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B BY AUTHORITY.
HomoBtoad Lots, North Kona,
Notlco is hereby gtvon:
1. That 4 Lots have been sot apart at
Puaa, District of North Kona, 11 myall, for
tho purposo of conveying to such persoas
as may wish to accuilro homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of those Lots can be examined
at tho Land Olllco, Intcilor Department,
llonolulu, or at the olllcc of J. Kaolema
kule at Knllua, North Konn, Hawaii.
3. J. Knelomnkulowlll point out tho Lots
to any person desiring to seo thoni, for
which scrvlco he will be entitled to a fee of
$1 from tho porson applying.
4. Porsons who may desire Lots shall ap
ply in writing to the Minister of tho In
terior upon a blank form, copies of which
may bo obtained free of said J. Kacloma
kulc. 5. No applications will bo considered
from persons who already own land.
0. Every applicant must bo of full age.
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed ten years
in which to pay for tho land, during which
tlmo it will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within one year build a
dwelling house on the Lot and begin to
occupy the samo and contlnuo to occupy
it for tho remainder of tho term of ten
0. Ho must within threo years cncloso
the Lot with a substantial fence.
10. He must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon tho unpaid purcliaso price at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. Tho
purchasor may pay tho whole or any part
of the purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11. Tho preliminary agreoment Is non
assignable, andwthe land cannot bo sold
until all conditions are fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of tho
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1S93.
8AIE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Laupahoo-
hoe, Hilo, Hawaii.
On THURSDAY, March 2, lb93, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Halo, will be sold at Public Auction
the Lease of all that Tract of Government
Land in the District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between tho boundary of Maulua Nui, and
tho eastern edge of Laupahochoo Gulch,
and extending from the sea to the line of
forest as surveyed about V miles mauka
Reserving to tho Government tho right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to the Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying the Laupa
hoehoo Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or less.
For further information apply to the
Land Office, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $1,200 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1893.
Owing to tho Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payors are hereby notified that the
time of payment is heroby extended to
January 31, 1893.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will be subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Ki.nii,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
the Interior Office.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 5t9-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nd 4 to 6 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Ministor of tho interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 189 J.
From and after this dato and until
farther notice, all processes of all courts
should bo entitled as follows: "In the
name of tho Provisional Government of
tho Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Alllolunl Hale, Honolulu, January 2,'i,
Tho Commaiider-in-Chlcf or the Officer
of tho Day, may, In his discretion, admit
into the Government Building between tho
hours of 0 a. m. uud 4 r. M., such persons
as doslro admission for business purposes
in cases whero ho Is sutlsllud with thoir
business intentions. U3Mv 5-1 1
MR. CECIL BROWN has thin duy beon
elected a Member of tho Advisory Council
vloe Mr. W. G, Ashley, rcslgnod,
January 25, 1893, Wl-lw 6-lt
BOHOOL HOUSE FOB HANAMA
Tondors will bo received at tho olllco of
tho Hoard of Kducatlon until MONDAY,
tho 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction, Including material,
painting, freight, etc., of a School Houso
28x13x12 foot, 'and a Teacher's Cottage
30x12x12 feet with veranda, at tho abovo
Cartage of tho lumber, etc., from tho
Hanamaulu lauding to (he school site will
bo free to the contractor.
Wans and specifications for tho work
may bo scon at tho olllco of tho Hoard of
Kducatlon, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
Tho Hoard does not bind Itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
Hy order of tho Hoard of Kducatlon.
W. .TAS. SMITH,
Education Olllco, Jan. 31, 181)3.
tUl) 3t-0 2t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1, 1893.
Tho sudtlon stroke that has made
tho United States Legation a house
of mourning evokes tho profound
sympathy of all elassos and nation
alities in tho community for tho
boroavod Ministor, Mr. Stovous, his
wife and surviving daughtor. Tho
late Miss Stovens, who has mot with
so untitnoly a death, was greatly
esteemed by all who know hor. Sho
was a most amiable and accomplish
ed mombor of society.
A FEEBLE BOYCOTT.
Messrs. Henry Watorhouse, John
T. Watorhouso, Jr., and John Einme
luth ordered thoir papers stopped
this morning, while tho business card
of J. T. Watorhouso was ordored out
of tho Bulletin at tho samo time. It
is not usual to mention such business
incidents, but in this case they bo
como a matter of nows as showing an
attempt at boycotting. To show tho
geutlomon who have adopted this
two-edged weapon from "onld Oiro
land" that they aro not "tho people,"
the fact is worthy of mention that,
insido of ono hour after those three
papers woro stopped, two now sub
scribers telephoned thoir orders into
tho office for tho paper, followed
shortly afterward by a third. So
that the circulation of tho Bulletin
at this writing is whoro it stood tho
samo timo yesterday. It still re
mains the largest circulation of any
paper in the English languago pub
lished in Honolulu, and has been on
tho rise uninterruptodljT over since,
a low months ago, the lists woro
pruned of all who woro not good
payers. And the Bulletin will still
continue to advocate the interests of
"all," in accordance with its motto,
irrespective of sect or party.
This paper contains a full account
of the ceremony of placing tho Ha
waiian Islands under tho protection
of tho United States Government.
This action of tho United States
.Minister Plenipotentiary, taken at
tho request of the Provisional Gov
ernment, must cause a fooling of re
lief among all classes in both tho
capital and tho country. It clarifies
tho political atmosphere so that
everybody will breatho more freolj'.
With tho causes that have actuated
tho Provisional Government in ask
ing for a Protectorate wo do not
propose to deal minutely, for tho
reason that, owing to tho delibera
tions of that body having boon
shrouded in mj'sto', reports apper
taining thereto can neither bo con
firmed nor contradicted.
Tho protectorate guarantees peace
and security, undor tho roign of
which tho industry and commerce
of tho country can rosumo its oven
flow. It will save tho tax-payers a
largo espouse for keeping watch and
ward against any outbreak. Although
wo havo not seen tho necessity of all
tho dotails of precaution, still it was
tho manifest duty of tho Govern
ment to adopt tho provorbial ounce
of prevontion to avoid tho necessity
of the pound of cure. With the
security and quiet of tho community
assured, thoro is avoided the neces
sity of any haste in negotiations at
Washington, for tho settlement of
tho quostion of a permanent form of
government. Tiioro is in short no
reason that occurs to us why tho
protectorate is not to bo ostoomod
as proforablo to tho condition it has
Ho is only a coward who strikes a
man when he is down. But what
will bo thought of tho editor of tho
Friend, a professed Christian, who
not only vilifies tho dead King, but
strikes the Queen, a woman, down
and unprotected, and that samo
woman an old and honored member
of the church of his own denomina
tion, also a tried and proved frioud
of the church in money matters,
Such Christianity is hellish, and born
of tho devil. The lust number of
the Friend should bo introduced
into our Sunday bchools, in order to
teach innocent children tho honutios
of Christian charity us practiced in
some places hero. Ajax.
Tennyson's Foom on tho
Who Doflod Polo.
I oncloso a copy of Tennyson's
linos on "Kapiolani," printed in tho
volumo of poems published aftor tho
poofs death. So far as I am awaro
this poom has not yet boon givon to
tho llonolulu public in any of tho
local nowspapors. I thoroforo sond
it to you, trusting it way provo inter
esting to somo of j'our roadors.
January 81, 181)3. W.
When from tho terror of Nature a pooplo
have fashlou'd and worship a Spirit of
West bo the Voice of the Teacher who calls
"Set yourselves frcol',
Noble the Saxon who hurl'd at his Idol a
valorous weapon In olden England I
Great and greater, and greatest of wo
men, island hcroino Kapiolani
Clomb the mountain, and Hung the berries,
and dared the Goddess, and freed tho
A people believing that Pecle the Goddoss
would wallow m llcry riot and revel
Danco In a fountain of flamo with hor
dovils, or shake with her thunders and
shatter her island,
Rolling her anger
Thro' blasted valley and llaring forest in
blood-red cataracts down to tho seal
Long ns the lava-light
Glares from the lava-laku
Dazing tho starlight,
Long ns the silvery vapour in daylight
Over the mountain
Floats, will the glory of Kapiolani be
mingled with either on Hawa-1-ce,
What said hor Priesthood?
"Woe to this island if ever a woman should
handle or gather tho berrios of Pcelcl
Accur.-ed were she I
And woe to this island if ever a woman
should climb to the dwelling of Peelo
Accursed were she 1"
One from the Sunrise
Dawn'd on His pooplo, and slowly beforo
Gods and Goddesses,
None but the terriblo Peelo remaining as
Kapiolani ascended her mountain,
Rallied her priesthood,
Dipt to the Crater,
Call'd on the Power adored by tho Chris
tian, and crying "1 dare her, lot Peeljj
Into tho tiaiuo-billow dash'd tho berries,
and drove the demon from Hawa-i-co.
Monarchs Retired from Business.
Thoro havo beon a good many ab
dications or depositions bT sover
eigns since 1860. Francis II. of Na
ples was deposed October 21, 18G0,
but has never abdicated; his cousin,
Isabella II. of Spain, was deposed in
18(58, and abdicated Juno 25, 1870,
in favor of hor sou, Alfonzo XII.
Meantime Otho I., King of Greece,
was deposed Octobor 23, 18G2; in
18(56 Alexander Cousa, Prince of
Koumania, abdicated; on September
1, 1871, Napoleon III., Emperor of
tho French, was retired from busi
ness by Act of tho National Assem
bly; on February 11, 1873, Amadeo,
who had beon chosen King of Spain
by tho Cortes in 1870, gave up his
throne and retired to Italy. Abdul
Aziz, Sultan of Turkoy, was deposed
"between two days," May 29, 187G;
and his successor, Murad V., was do
posed August 31, 1870. Yakub
Khan, Emir of Afghanistan, abdi
cated in Octobor, 1879; and Ismail
Pasha, Khedive of Egypt, was do
posed Juno 26, 1889; Alexander,
Prince of Bulgaria, abdicated on
September 7, 1886; President Grevj'
of France, abdicated December 1,
1887. On November 15, 1879, Pedro
II., Emperor of Brazil, was deposed,
and tho next day ho abdicated. On
March 0, 1889, King Milan of Sorvia
abdicated his throno; and on Janu
ary 17, 1893, Liliuokalani, Queen of
Hawaii, was deposed, being tho
latest monarch rologatod to private
Businoss and Industrial.
Tho number of persons carried by
tho railroads of tho United States
tho last year was, in round numbers,
Canada takes, in proportion to
hor inhabitants, almost three times
as much of British goods as tho
Sixty-five thousand incandoscont
lamps aro manufactured ovory day
at an average selling prico of about
75 cents apiece.
Probably tho hoaviost rudder on
record is that mado for tho torpedo
boat Vulcan. It was forged in sin
gle pieces and weighs twenty-two
An aero grows COO mulborr' trees;
each tree has twonty pounds of
loaves; from twonty pounds of
loaves ono pouud of cocoons is pro
duced. Tho application of tho factory
laws reducing tho hours of labor in
factories, mines, etc., has caused a
reduction of wagos throughout
Chicken raising is a profitable and
important Kansas industry. Five
tons of poultry were shipped on ono
train from Newton for Denver
Christinas week, and another town
in Nohania county sonds two car
loads of poultr3' ovory month to San
It is statod that machinery is pro
ducing 90 porcout of the manufac
turing labor of America; tho remain
ing 10 porcont is performed by men
and women and children. In spin
ning cotton, ono machine to-day can
do as much as one hundred opera
tives could do two generations ago,
"For tho pabt two or threo yours I
havo been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Ihiouville, Dallas Co., Iowa, "I havo
tried a number of different remedies;
tho best one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhu'a Homo
dy. Ono or two doses of it always
cures me." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
If it rainod porridgo tho thriftless
would havo no spoon. SyQrgron.
Millionaires ain't so bad till thoy
git to buyin' ofllsos. Judge Waxem .
In tho hand of an inexperienced
porson a pon is more dangorous than
Tho 'good a man says about him
self must go for what it is worth.
N. 0, Picayune.
No man has over found a safer
guido-ropo than his mothor's apron
string. Galveston Usews.
'Whon you havo donoa good thing
wo bog you not to spoil it by tolling
ovorybody about it.
A mugwump is au animal that can
oat out of both stacks of hay at tho
samo timo. Atlanta Constitution,
Mr. Hownow Miss Passeo, what
is' your opinion of tho coming man?
Miss Passoo That ,ho is vory, vary
slow. mint's Odd.
"Do you ltoon a diary?" was asked
of little Tommy. "No, ma'am," was
'tho roply; "only koop ono cow."
It is not gen tool to call a man a
liar, but you may say that ho is much
givon to an artificial rocolloction of
misleading statistics. Texas Siftings.
Little Nollio had boon quiot for a
good while. "What's tho mattor?"
asked her mother, "l's unhappy."
"Unhappy?" "Yos'm." "Why?" "I
tan't fink of any quostion to ask."
His Mother Willio, you will woar
tho lifo out of mo I Why can't you
bo a good littlo boy like Harry
Glasspy? Willio I 'xpoct he's boon
brung up a good doal bottor'n I've
been. Chicago Tribune.
Vory Exclusive First City Child
"Whoro did your folks go las'
summer?" Second City Child "To
Frog Hollow." "I never hoard of
that place." "I s'poso not. It's vory
exclusive." "Is it?" "Awfully. There
wasn't anybody thoro but us." Good
A littlo girl who mastered hor
catechism confessed herself disap
pointed, "Because," sho said, "though
I oboy tho fifth commandment, and
honor my papa and mamma, yet mj'
days aro not a bit longer in tho
land, for I am put to bod at 7
o'clock." Exchange. ,
A Groat Man's Son "Paw," said
I littlo Tommy Figg, on being scold
ed, "i nearu iur. watts say that
great men's sons never did any good.
I ain't a groat man's son, am I?" Up
to a late hour Mr. Figg's mind had
not framed a sufficiently diplomatic
answer. iV. lr. Rtccrder.
Teacher: "John, suppose I woro
to shoot at a troo with live birds on
it, and kill throe, how many would
be loft?" John: "Three, sir." Teach
er: "No, two would b"o loft, you ig
noramus." John : "No, thoro wouldn't,
though threo shot would bo loft,
and tho other two would bo fliod
Reason for Solf-Praiso Ethel
Oh, Aunt Mary, Professor Staccato
thinks I am tho nicest girl in the
class. Aunt Mary Ethel, dear,
thero is a text in tho Bible that says,
"Let another man praiso thoo, and
not thy own lips." Ethel (upon re
flection) I havo lot him this long
whilo, and ho hasn't dono it.
In a littlo Irish school among tho
mountains an old schoolmaster kept
his boys grinding steadily at thoir
tasks, but gave them permission to
nibble at tho contents of their lunch
baskets sometimes as they worked.
Ono day while tho master was in
structing a class ho noticed that one
of tho pupils was paying more atten
tion to a piece of applo-pio than to
tho master. "Arrah thoro," said the
master; "Jack Bates, bo listonin' to
the lesson, will ye?" "I'm listonin',
sir," said the boy. "Listonin', is it?"
exclaimed tho mastor, "then it's
listonin' wid ono ear ye aro, and
atin' poi wid tho other." N. Z.
"In buying a cough modicino for
children," says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"novor bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Thoro is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamborlain's because I
havo found it to be safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." 50
cont bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
"How did you got along at school
to-diij', Tom?" asked the old man at
supper. "Papa, our physiology says
that conversation at meals should bo
of a pleasant character. Lot's talk
of tho minstrels." Terre Haute Ex
press. The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for 60 cents per month.
CA. YARIOK IB NO LONGER AU-
thorized to solicit orders or collect
money for our house from and aftor thin
MA0FARLANK &. CO., (L'nl
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1803.
DUKING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Kingdom Mr. C. M. White will act
in all matters of Macfurlauo it Co., (L'd),
with full power,
E. O. MAOFARLANIC,
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 180,1. (I'llMlt
ESTATE OF WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hon having mado an assignment
to mo for tho benefit of his creditors, all
persons having claiiiiH against said Estate
aro requested to send them to me, at my
olllco in Honolulu, duly vcrllied, within
ouu week from dato.
L. 11. KEItlt.
Honolulu, Jan. Ill, 1803.
A 12 GAUGE L. 0,
Khotgnii In A 1 order with
i 1,'uses and t;itiinlng lin
nkiinents. all ccimiilote!
aluo, !i00 KUlro'n Hand-loaded Hindis,
j'ur iMiruuiiiumt iihiiiiu in
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Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, CO
cents per month,
Hawaiian Hafflware Go., L-fl
Saturday, Jan. 28, 1893.
When it is considered that
the present government moved
in without giving the depart
ing tenants a chance to clean
house, matters have progress
ed smoothly and without any
serious inconvenience to any
one except, perhaps, the man
who' thought he must be on
the street after the limit of
time just because martial law
made his presence at home
after 9:30 p. m. compulsory.
It has not been the wish of the
government itself that any re
putable citizen be harassed in
any manner, whether he be in
sympathy with the powers that
be or not. Some people, how
ever, garbed in a little gauzy
authority, feeling that the pro
per conduct of the affairs of
stfete rested entirely upon their
shoulders have, by their
autocratic actions, made them
selves obnoxious and brought
the government, into possible
disfavor by men whose busi
ness brought them together.
If the wheels of the govern
ment are to run without a
hitch every part of the machin
ery must lubricated with our
Colorado engine oil. If the
journals in sugar mills are kept
cool by occasional applications
of this medicine why not every
thing else. We only intro
duced this brand a year ago
but it has grown into favor so
rapidly that it has almost dis
placed every make of oil in
this market. Engineers all
over the islands recognize its
superior worth and they
prefer it to any other. The
price recommends it to the
plantation manager because
economy is one of the import
ant items considered among
sugar men at this time.
There are few places in the
world where such care is given
the lawns as in Honolulu.
This fact makes garden hose
a necessity. We keep many
different brands, some cheap
some expensive, and it is not
hard for you to guess which
we sell the most of. But
ordinarily the cheapest is not
always the best. If you use
a hose reel you will, if you
have been in the habit of buy
ing cheap grades of hose, add
at least a year to its life. The
rubber wears out through
being pulled across the gravel
walks. The use of the reel
avoids that beside making
watering the lawn and the
plants a pleasure. The reels
are cheaper than hose and
will last almost forever.
For the past three months a
gentleman who failed to get a
French rat trap from us out
of the first and second invoice
received from the States
managed to get one the other
day out of the third lot, He
has told us almost every day
for three months that he could
not sleep owing to the noise
made by the rats running
overhead. When we sold him
the trap we thought we were
through with him so far as rats
and traps were concerned; we
were mistaken. viter ne
used the trap two days he
caught all tho rats in the
neighborhood and now he
wants us to buy it back. As
we have some new ones re
maining in stock we must
decline to handle second hand
rat traps. The French are
dandies on frogs and scandals
but they beat the worltl on
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Biireckcla' Mode,
Don't ncelect your colds
when vou can jret a year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
Front (tcnlor Burgeon to
tho Central London Throat & Kar
Hospital, London, Enu. t "Inhaled
Menthol checks In amnnnor hardly
less than marvelous ncutn colds In
tho head. I prescribe Cushman'o
Menthol Inhalor to tho extent of
hundreds per nnnnm."
. it. nii nii, xtuiiiii
lus. N. Y.! "Tho Menthol Inhaler
Is tho greatest remedy for clearing
tho hendnf a cold thnt lover saw."
Norton A. Miimii, , rcru,
Oh In: "Havo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but never
found anything that gave mo relief
MffiiJHlt works Uko a charm." .
Illiffiil Il's neat clcan' Pleasant to
tWffjluse. convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. A trial would
Beware ot counterfeits.
II. D. CC9HMAN, , . ,
Tlirce Rivers, Mlclilirnn.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Fort Street, - KCoiaol-ulia, T3l. I.
PACIFIC MEMAES .CO., Ltd.
OuiM.iM.ina' Bloolt, Fort Street.
i 11 1 ! .i Hi 1. f - 1 iii
M. D. Wronglit 8
BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Always up to tho times in Quality, Styles and Prices,
A full Assortment to Suit tho Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, Mn,lB0rtiSlWork
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOKS, SHOVELS, FOURS, MATTOCKS, ETC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
SCHKW PLATES, TAPS and DIES, TWIST DRILLS,
PAINTS and OILS, BRUSHES, GLASS,
ASUESTOS HAIR FELT and FELT MIXTURE.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
SEWING AVIr 's MACHINES
LUIHUCAT1XU OILS in Quality and Efficiency surpassed
g&- It U not po-ihlo to list everything wo have. If thoro is
anything you want, come and ask for it, you will he politely
treated. Jo trouhlo to show goods.
ib. :b ehlers & GO.
99 SPOILT STIEIEIT.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Jloxcs, Dolls, Etc., Elc.f all sold regardless of cost.
KsP3 Toadies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
Q3P" Beaded Silk, Black Gapes, at your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
1ST Dressmaking Uudor the Iilanagoment of MISS K. CLARK. JE2
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Loading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Uiiuitnt Circulation on t J to Islands
and is tho lleM Medium for
Mil. Tun. K. Ntiiamki. will iirelvoull
ndvortixoimmts and traiiMict all hiiiduus
IWOh'ii'i:: " llrimlg lllnek," corner
Nuuaiiu and Queen street (iiimtalrs),
A FlUKT.rLASS -FAMILY HATH INC!
llokort lit VniMI;l, Tnuiicarti pan,
tho gate, Kpcuhil arriingoimiiiU can ho
made for Family Pluuiuu uud Hvoiilug
Iluthlng Parties. iW-tl
teel Ranges !
Can he found, ns usual, at Ids residence),
Ahikeit street, next to liritlsh Club, or hy
iiios.Migo at 0. E. Williams' btoru. Fort
&- All work guaranteed and visited a
i-econd time. Proiimt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Muniu, tho celebrated violinist. (iOJ-liu
Fop Local .TSTowk