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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, IfiilO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND C0.S
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L Loavc I'onnlulii 8:ir. 1 :n Oi'IOJ
K Arrlvo Honoullull HMO 2:I'J 0:81$
EPS?1 Icavo Honoullull. B:IU 10:51 3:51 ....
fEb- Arnvo Honolulu.. tiMl 11:5 4 tfin ....
b,j . Satmdays iukI Monthiys only.
JS.f''- Saiuulnt milv.
& - DEPARTURES.
W Oct 1 -
MiTr Mini- Iwaliuil tor 1.:ih:ilii:i ami lliinia-
fv Kun at 10 it in
., tttinr Mlkahahi for Rsuril at . p m
y,J" Htmr l.ehua for runt ami llnKalan alt
f ' - " VESSELS LEAVlNti TO-MORROW."
ffJ Rk Mailha luvW. Pendle on. for Phllll-
V pine Ulands
Tor ICiiunl per stiiir Pele Srpt ".0 W
1) Schmidt, J Wllloi'k, Otto Isenberg
iinil 12 (lock.
For Kauai pt'r t-lmr Walnleale Sept
210 I)r R. lone mid bililu, II II Gars
ting and 18 deck.
For Mm 1 pur lmr Llkellke Sept 110
-I V Kalim, V Keating, .1 Hi ewer, O
JUiuiii, U Carilnglnn, S Slocum, Tlios
J'edler jr, V Haldwlu, .T Taylor, I' O
-f ustict. A Gregory, Mr J.o eland and
wife, Pctaim, iiistcr Ilonawntura, Mis
Jtettcs and :i clilldri'ii, and 'M otliern.
The bark Mai tint DaIs was moored
out lti tins stream to-dav frnui Brewer's
wluuf, and will sill in ballast for Philll
pine Islands to-moirow.
The biigantluc W G Irwin will prob
ably sail lo-moi row for Kan Francisco
with full caigo of sugar.
The bark Velocity In ought yesterday
fiom Hongkong -'0"i hlne'e passengers.
She bad line weather the entiie pass
JOXES-OUGHTON Se 1. 110. ISflO, at
St. Andrew's Unthudr.il by the Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, Richard Jones,
M. !.. Kilauea. Kauai, to Caroline
fane Onghton, Iielaud.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Two stores on King btrectaielo
Notick of purchase of luiul is gucn
Tub Planters' Monthly for Septem
ber i received.
Thk Daily Bi'M.r.riN is by public
choice as well as by circulation the.
leading paper of the Kingdom.
Mk. S. R. Rose is distributing
handy note books advertising the
Mutual Life Insurance. Uompany.
A mail for San Francisco by the
tirigantine W. G. Irwin will close at
the Post Office at 11 o'clock to
morrow. Messrs. Pierce it Hewett have en
tered into a co-partnership for carry
ing on the business of accountants,
collectors and general business
Silt. David Dayton, at-signen in
bankruptcy of the estate of Richard
.Cayford, gives notice in another
column to all creditois who have
proved claims, etc.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell dry
goods, clothing, groceries, crockery,
glassware, maible-top tables and
eane seated chairs.
A nusiNESS meeting of the Strang
ers' Friend Society will be held at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Thursday
aflernoou, at 2 o'clock. All mem
bers and persons interested in the
Society are cordially invited to bo
i hi i
Mr. Hitchcock's paintings havo
been hung in the Pacific Hardware
Company's art rooms. A view was
given to member ol the press and.
others last night. Many of the works
uic already sold, but there is a fine
Mb. Jas. F. Morgan will hold an
art sale of paintings by D. llowiud
Hitchcock on next Friday morning
At 10 o'clock, flt the rooms of tho Ha
waiian Hardwaie Co. Tho paint
ings, which comjiriw) island scenes
ami tttudics, arc now on .exhibition
and will ho sold without reserve.
Tin: much talked-about watch
clubs are in (till blast, us will ho seen
by a new advertisement elsewhere.
Tho first drawing was held lust Mon
day. Mr, Henry Kuiu drew tho Jirst
watch in (Mill) No. J and Mr. T. H.
!jldHWorthy was tho lucky member
4f Ohih No. 2. Thu thiid club is now
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Kurvlcouttt Hi. Awlrow'H Cutlio
Horvluun ut Cuutrul Union (Jliiiroli,
OiiIiii J.oilgo No, I, K, of !,. n(
Mytlu ,gigu No, '.', )C, of I',, ut
iyuiiuiiy iiiuyiiiiH mwud
liOij 01 7 10.
, JW UU' nui 'h fi'ijuiui'
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ih w imm i'u-
Wi:ilNI'.9I)AY, Oct. 1.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
KIU'OKTS Of COMMIT! UKS.
Minister Cummins reported the
following bills signed by Ills Maj- I
esty : J
An Act to regulate the licensing .
of LodHitiE Houses in the District
of Komi, Islaucl of Uahu ;
Aa Act lo create Caulonieis ir
Perinaiient Workmen on Public
An Act to rcpe.il Chap, oil, I. awn
of 1888, anil lo re-enact .Sees. 2, .'1,
and 1 of Chap. .00 l'ctiul Code, re
lating to deseition of married peo
ple; An Act to provide additional fa
cilities In the acquiring of home
steads. Hep. Nawahi presented a repot t
from the judiciary committee on the
bill relating to the Cabinet. They
find that the title is defective, and
that the bill would not fullilt-tlie
objects intended; therefore recom
mend its indelinitc postponement.
Signed by Jos. Nawahi and Win.
White. A dissenting report was ap
pended by Win. Ilalslcad, submit
ting n substitute bill. All laid on
the table to be considered in order.
Noble Muller presented the report
of the commerce committee on the
bill to extend the duties of the com
missioners of agriculture. They
II nd the intention of the bill good,
but that its method is impracticable,
therefore recommend its indefinite
postponement. The bill is to pre
vent the introduction and spread of
noxious plants. The report was
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Hep. Hookano presented a report
of the judiciary committee on the
bill vo provide for the translation
and publication of judicial decisions
into the Hawaiian language. They
consider the bill a just and benefi
cial measure. The report was
Noble Coruwell moved that the
bill lor the relief of His Majesty be
made a special order on Friday.
Noble Coruwell moved the order
of the daj'. Carried.
OIUtEIl OF TIIK DAY.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble Marsden in the
chair, for the consideration of the
constitutional convention bill.
Hep. Brown said it would be univer
sally conceded that the constitution
of a limited monarchy was tho funda
mental law, from which all laws and
powers were derived. The written
constitution of this country provid
ed for- a Legislature representing
the whole people, and through the
Cabinet representing the King. The
Legislature by delegating its power
to a constitutional convention would
surrender its power of making laws.
Each of the forty-eight members re
presenting the people had taken an
oath to support the constitution,
and the constitution provided means
for making all sorts of wholesome
laws. Admitting for the sake of
argument that tho constitution of
1887 was obtained wrongfully, was
that any reason why tho House
should step outside of its powers and
grant something that it had no law
ful power to grant? The present
constitution was identical with the
constitution of 18G4, with the ex
ception of three or four differences.
One of these was the veto power,
another the prevention of legislators
being ofllee holders. Another dif
ference was the election of Nobles
instead of their appointment by the
King. It was said that the rights
of the natives were taken away. He
could see uo difference in the con
duct, life, or enjoyment of the na
tives caused by the constitution.
The constitution provided for iIb
own amendment by legislative en
actment at two succeeding sessions,
and when an amendment was passed
once, the people had it in their
power to secure its final ndoption by
refusing to elect any candidate who
was not pledged to vote for such
amendment, there being an election
of thirty-two members to be held
two years hence. A bill was to
come up in a few days for the
amendment of the constitution. He
would bo prepared to vote for
abolishing the incouio qualification
of voters for Nobles, making tho
qualification a $1000 property one,
and requiring voters to bo natural
ized subjects. When the hill came
up they would have a chanco
to make such amendments us the
whole people demanded. Next ses
sion the amendments would require
a three-fourths vote, which the peo
ple could secure when they came to
elect the thirty-two members.
Noble Wldemann said ; I consent,
eii to become a candidate for legis
lative honors under the principles
laid down iu tho platform published
by Iho National Jfuform Party and
under lliosu principle, un no
others, was elected, Hoforo election
ilny uo other prliiulnles were men.
tinned, Tliu UoiiHlilulIoiiul Con
vention I dim was of Inter growth
limn tliu election for tlio l.ugUliiliiru
ami no worn limn one or two of Din
oluuUd niuinliuru proliulily liiiuw of
thM Iduii Iniforu nlunilon du. Tim
Ooiiitinitlniiitl Convention hN
iiuvnr piiImii'iI tliu litmil of lliu "U
lni" lint imuio from iiilluuillffuDiit
uuilii I why vmm, uuk my
UmljtHHl) lijjjk w fl!u UK UIJlljl
,JI tllQililiJ)ijy ituf li UiPiir
mm u AJiijpiy UuiJ iLiit I will
mx . t mrc
i n i
UftxL) oujU.tt'i'ijwi liuwuj.ui, 0, u. t.,
mryfAt m if 1V -
faithfully Mipport the Constitution
mid Laws of the Hawaiian Islands
and conscientiously anil impartially
discharge my duties ns a Hcpresenl
ative of Ihc "people." The law now
under cnnsideiMlioii (Hill l'-Ti) to
call a convention to Ir.une n new
constitution, clearly intends to and
docs abtogatc the present const llu
l ton. Whntecr my pergonal ptedi-
lections may be I cannot vole to
abrogate the constitution under the
oath taken to "support it."
Hep. Pat'liaole was one of the na
tive Hawaiian uieiultei who signed
the majoiity icport. Aa the request
for a cnnstlliilioual convention eiiini'
from Iliiwiiiians, it was natural lo
expect ft out the llnwniiam uiciiibeis
of the majoiity good reasons
for the sliOid they took. The
petitioners for a convention repre
sented that the Constitution do
pitved the King of some tf his
former powers. Whntexer wrongs
the natives were under, he felt It
his duty to consider, as a repre
sentative, the means of redressing
those wrongs. Should they adopt
the means provided in the Constitu
tion, or authorize a convention and
at one stroke wipe out tin Constitu
tion, landing the country nobody
could say where'!1 The committee
took thu ground that Ihe method
proposed in I hi- bill was unconhtitu
tional. lit was not going abroad
for legal authorities, but would test
the bill by our own Constitution.
Section 4 of the bill provides for the
election of 18 delegates. Wheie is
such an election provided for iu the
Constitution? A delegate to be
elected was not mentioned in the
Constitution at all. Sec. 1 therefore
was clearly contrary to the Consti
tution. The bill provided for the
Australian sectet, ballot system,
something unknown to our laws or
to but a few people in the country.
The speaker reviewed other sections
of the bill to show its inconsistency
with tho Constitution and laws of
the land. The silence of the Con
stitution ns to whether certain things
could be done was not, as had been
argued, to be taken as aulhoiizing
those things but the contiary. This
was the true judicial principle. The
p-issage of this bill would be :i very
bad precedent. It had been said
that the means adopted for getting
the Constitution of 1887 were un
lawful, and it was argued that this
fact would justily a departure from
constitutional methods now. lie
did not approve of the manner of
inaugurating the present Constitu
tion, but that was a matter of the
past and no reason why a revolu
tionary mode should be adopted
now. The committee had found
several foreign instances in which
this quection had been long settled,
where it was established that mea
sures similar to the one before the
House were unconstitutional. Ithode
Island was under a constitution of
many years' standing. There was
a property quatilication tor voteis,
and men having money without real
estate could not vote. It was desired
to have the constitution revised to
correct this and other objectionable
features. Parties formed on the
question, one of which, without
authority of the constitution, car
ried a constitutional convention bill.
The convention promulgated a new
constitution, under which olllcers of
the State were appointed. These
were resisted in the attempt to oc
cupy the offices by the olllcers hold
ing them under the old constitution.
There was a clash, riots occurred,
arrests were made for trespass. Tho
matter went up to the Supreme
Court of the United States, where
nine judges decided that the now
constitution was illegal, because the
manner in which it was obtained
was not authorized in the original
constitution. Similar results were
liable to follow a similar measure
here, l might cause disturbance,
perhaps ending in the loss of na
tional independence. The House
had been admonished to heed the
voice of the people, which was said
to be the voice of God. But sup
posing that the convention was held
and that a new constitution was
made, how would it be if our Su
preme Court declared the whole
thing illegal? The bill ought to be
Hep. It. W. Wilcox moved for re
cess, which was taken at 1 1 :o().
A WORK OF ART.
There is now a work of art on
exhibition at Messrs. King Brothers'
Art Gallery of special merit. It is
a has rc)icf of a Hawaiian girl. No
amount of description can convey
an adequate idea of the merits of the
work ; hut those interested iu art
may call and see for themselves.
Mr. Allen Hutchinson Is the uitist,
and this his latest production is un
doubtedly the mubtcrpieco of his
efforts in Honolulu.
THE CHARLESTON RECEPTIONS.
rfw series of semi-monthly lecep
tions Inaugurated by tho olllcers of
the U. S, Flagship Clmili'Bton early
in August and interrupted by tlm
Hiidi)en departure of that vessel for
Pljgct Sound, will he rusiimcd to
inorrow tlio tfnd instiint, from 'Ji-iu
to h iMt p. in,
Tliu nrlglntil InvUntlonH will lm
considered ns applying in thin mid
nther ruDi'pllons diirinu lliu xluy of
tliu Klugolilp In thu pml,
MwlrMi Huplmnliiir ID-Tlin olio.
Ifirit inmiil yiujiiqiliiy wimii? nun
dinim hihI Hi) iliilli fur lliu wliulu of
miuiih 1 in1 iiiifij jjuiiiiw of uttuw
mm u ujiiuuifUHW? wkUi uiUiiyjjju
J .1 """' .T . .'"T"
!IU iJDil lliu timbor ul Imiii
.wjVi'Jt - Vf
SAILORS' HOME FAIR,
On Thursday, November Citli( it
fair will I c held in thu Aimoiy on
Bretania street, the proceeds to bo
applied to lilting up Hie new Sailors'
IJonio. We feel qiitti -me that tin
i whole community is interested in
fiis woik, and we trust f lint every
I one of our generous ladies will re
! gatd this as a personal appeal to bur
to do what she can lo help. All
contributions should be ent in as
caily ns possible), that the committee
I mn he able to mark ami classify
i :ii tides. The following coininittee
ol ladies will always be ready to re
Mrs. Msry Mi'Kibbin Dow sett,
Mis. ,, II, Wodehouse, Mrs. A. tie
Sotiza Canavarro, Mrs. C. M. Hyde,
Mrs. .1. II. Super, .Mrs. II.' W.
Schmidt, airs. S. C. Allen, Mrs. ,1.
S. McOrcw, Mrs. W. W. Hall.
Madrid, September 17 A telegram
from Valencia says that the cholera
epidemic is reappearing ill numer
ous towns of the province where it
was practically extinct last week.
The same reports conic from Toledo.
An increase is alo reported in the
province of Casiellon. At Alcova
yesterday there were twenty-thtee
cases and ten deaths. There wore
lifty-tluee new cases of cholera and
eleven deaths reported at Madrid
The Most Popular Scheme
History of the Jewelry Trade!
.lu-t ihluk of It! Two full elulis or
ganized In lest than tluee da), anil the
thiiil club nearly completed.
SfF Monday, September 'JOth. the
following inemburs drew watches:
Ct.tii 1 -Member No. 0, Henry Kala.
Oi.un 2 Member No. 112. T. II, Golds
worthy. tra This H the easiest war to get a
good Gold Wateh with a tine Wahhani
movement on payments of
SI. OO Per Week.
fSf Itc member we save you at least
jlO on each watch you buy in our clubs.
Ladies' Watches on the Same Plan.
Day- If you want a 8100, $150 or S200
Watch, you cm buy it in the clubs.
.loin now and ae money.
STOKES TO LET.
Stoics on King sti eel
cently occupied by
Mr. Chiis. llustaeeat leasou-
ableicnlal. Premises have been thor
oughly lenovated. Possession at once.
Applv to .1, KOTilWELL,
072 lilt JnteiiorOlllce.
A MEETING of tho Athletic Asso
ciation wil ie held at Mclneiiiy
Hall, THURSDAY EVENING, Octo
ber 2, 1890, to receive, the lepoitofthe
committee on by-laws, and for the elec
tion of olllcers J. II. PISHElt,
071 .t Chairman pin tern.
BY a Man, who understands English
anil Portuguese, a situation us
gardener, stableman, driver un anything
else. Apply to
C07 lltoaw No. fill Kinau slieet.
PASTURE for IIOKSES.
THE imderslgnod is prepared to take
lioi'bes on pasture at Palolo,
AtlCabakollanl, Walklki, or Washlug
ton Place, Iterctaida St. (I.ri8 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
THE San Francisco Fruit Depot ha
removed from Fort .street to No.
87 King street near Fort.
liofl lm Pioprlelor.
THE YPY' LATEST !
wIhIi to call tlm attention of
housekeepers to a Fundi Invoice
of Figured Chinese Matting, just re
ceived via Sun Francisco, of the very
choicest quality ami of thu most taste
ful and unique designs iu colors. This
is thu very latest iu this line and the
II m of thu kind ever brought to Hono
lulu. We respectfully ask thu attention
of ladles to this late-t novelty.
fio8 in TI I B I'M ION FU D CO.
tiiikii'Ciiioi r Tin:
Humorous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE 00,,
m u I" J)w'liul ( Ilmiuliilu,
OCTOJ&Wrt J, imv.
mt if,..y , ,
O- R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
Leaving tlioH.nt,lulu Uoiutal IMS 1'
Trains will be made up of Ovichcs
ami Canopy-lop Oars all one pi lee.
tSrK.vcursloti ltate-. for these Traiiii
50 Cenls to Pearl Cily and Roturn.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Ro
All op.ioitutilt, foi
anil a luealh ol 'pine
eeuls per mile.
a delightful lide.
air, for onlv two
Will taiiil for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Oukk Si'KN'Ur.it Is a dark bav, 1 tears
old; biamls ir,j bands liurh'.'l.hiu' and
1 M X I G JR, IU 12 :
By Duko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Xoifolk
and dam Jt.dleilna...by imp. italrowiiiu
.lid dam lleniiie P.tirow
by Imp. Shauuock
1th dam Ida by Imp. K:ilxha7.ar
fith dam Madam ISoilev ((iainma's
Dam) . I by nlr Klclunl
tlth dam Xauey Nlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam Itet. ISosley '.
by Wilkes' V onder
8th dam by Chanticleer
lh dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodius
11th dam by imp. Silvereye
l!2tb dam by imp. Jolly Roger
Kith dam by imn. 'Partner
1-ltli dam by imp. Monkey
Kith dam imp. mate from the Html of
Ilairison, of Ihamtou
CS1" Het of care taken with animals.
In case of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. KICKAKD,
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
Graduate McGUl College, Mont
Residence: Hotel street, opposite
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. Jgjf- rX,;lejlioue ISo. li'- -ia
N. 11. First-class acommoilatlous for
patients at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Ola I in
MILCH COWS !
UST received from Sail
Milch Cows, two of which
have just calved: will irlve
trom IT, to :
0 quarts of milk dally. Ap
T11E UNIOX PfjED CO.
A DRAUGHT Horse
for baggage, wa
gon. Island nioek pre-
rpVO Unfurnished Rooms
X with bathroom, on Klnir
street. Apply at in otlU'e,
for a few
House in town or sulitiibs.
not less than eight rooms. Apply at
once at this oillee. lisii 2w
VnOKLY Furnished Rooms
1 at Waiklkl; Iioiho cars
every half hour,
A SHITE of Tlnou Nicely
Fiiiiiibhed Rooiuis, two
bedroom and piulor, on
Punchbowl stieet near Pnluvu Walk
suitable for two hugbt geiilhimeu.
(ill I If II. F. lll'.itllAltl).
iul4 A HOUSE on YniiiigMicni
JmWmk xtl nuur Tboinu niiimio,
Hm Willi llo inoms iiinl baih;
iiInii liiiihlu ni'i'iiiiiiiiodiiiloiib for ihe
lttii i'. Apply hi
'PHI! ruiuluim u
I I Willi IMilillKU
y wwi nm w
uu m jy jUJUMU
NOW IS THE TIME !
i ne m
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honds, and upon easy terms. The additional
lure of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forma offered by
onginai ami progressive uoiupauy:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIKE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the Areio Vuri Sim, April 4th, 1890.)
The Lurgosl Business Ever Trausiictotl ly u Iilt' Anmir-
The new business of tliu Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firrr
Mn.i.!0 Doi.i..vks. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions ofaasur
miccor the. yetr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
leDrluforuiation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-9U
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chas. J. Fishol. Cor.
Pa- "ADONIS" & "J3LENGFELL"
From Eurone and Lain Arrivals from Ion ffiihii Stales.
U. 11. Mumm
Louis Uoederur ;
Hennessy It Star
De Laage Fils 4 Star
Gonsalcz & Co. f Crown
.lolin Exsliaw Extra Mo. 1
Iturke " Iiisli
Isley Wend Scotch
Rourhon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 1882, in bulk
I'.ibst Milwaukee .
Lump's St. Louis
Krederickhbtng San Jose )
IJASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUIMNESS'S DPULIM STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of llest Quality;
O a-lifor nia Wines and
In Casks and Cii'-ch. El
The Best" Tonic
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
POST OFFICE BOX :()L rfB o tW ROTH TEi.-RwrnNM.-R .in
flT Wo beg to inform the public that we
Balu at Reduced Prices.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will bo bold at very low ratcn
i to make room for now stocks now on
tho way fiom Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETO., ETC.
10 Yards for
Just leecived latent
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Lmliiut' .t Uhlldioii's IloHlery, Our great spoulalty "IILAOK DIAMOND
DYE," giiainiiteed fiiNt colon,
DHEBBHD KID W.0VEK. 'Albu, just iccelvud lutusl uluples In TIiIIm iliuI
llinmiu Huiirfs, Table Govern, IKc. Alwuyn uu hand a lurgu tooli of mlfi'u.
LJoiiin lPupiiiMliinijr; Cioodw,
A full lliiu u( Miuiiit, Hlilrlf. l'i)iii, ('iilln, Inlet tdvliw In Niuilivvivii. A
luigp vii (in l y ul Hoy' mnl I'liildivii' Hnl,
VJl JLUX"0 ' H I '
& !SJ:I IILIOH & 00,,
.' vr,-dyWIHrty-t' ry
liable Life Assurance
WUnery : House
Fort & Hotel Sts.
CHAMPAG TV JS
, Etc., Etc.,
f Cures Despcpfihi. Strengtliens
) the System, Restores Sound Rt-
"J frt'hliing Sit
irchhing bleep, rneeloss to Nun-
& FORO? STREETS.
place our entire stock for
$1 in Latest
patterns in Scrim, Madras, Luce Curtains