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SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1M1.
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ing" columns, at any price These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
The Diily Hulltin of list Satunhy issues! n
iloulilc pi;e ttiriplcincnt,
CiiMi nrc quite prevalent In Honolulu at
A Kirtion of Queen Mint lias liccn clnnol
liy tilt rornl Mitisrviiiir. It nccilitl it kully
Wc cxlcml lhintn In llic Jloye' Kcmlini;
Utiom Association for a Mmptc of tlulr "anni
litly in the Keek n licavy tea was running
nl KiHilau, nnkint; the landing of freight from
ctmlcn ilifficiill, ami in pl-icr- Impossible.
Owini' to t tic pressure on our columns tills
week tlie review of Into iin;.iilncs ami other
pulilicatioiis for Ihis Issue Is deferral till our
Mrs, J. IX Slroni; vvclcaiii, will ocn her
class for Drawing on Monday afternoon next,
at the Kinilergattiu school on Nuuanu Acnue,
at 3 o'clock.
A number of South Sea Islam) couples Ime
tiecn married at I.lhuc. ...The prison at Kniaa
his lieen complclctl, ami the carpenters are at
work on the court house.
Wclnvc received from It. W. I-anc Kvi.,
Mexican Consul, a copy of the annual message
of President Gonzalez to Congress. It Is In
pamphlet form and is a lengthy and interesting
Wc noticed a native xilicemin assist a Inly
out of a carriage a few da) s ago and tie her
horse to a hitching post. This Is something
unusuil, and lieing a step In advance, we score
one for the police.
News from Jaan says that they nrc expect
ing to arrive there shortly a mcmlicr of the
Hawaiian royal family. It would seem that
every Hawaiian who goes aliruiil is n scion of
Whin the telephone line to Waialua and
Waiantu are completeil, anil all the orders In
and around Honolulu attended In, there will
lie nearly three hundred connections with the
Auditor-general J. S. Walker is erecting a
Tine large mansion in place of his former resi
dence in Nuuinu valley, of three stories, and
liheially supplied with that peculiar feature of
island dwellings verandahs.
The rigular monthly meeting ofthe "Glean
ers" will lie hild this Saturday afternoon, Dc
cemlier 3, at lrtlf-ast two o'clock, in the
Ladies pitlors of the Kort Street church.
The Mcamcr R'afiotaui Is to lie em
ployed In tlie trade between Mahukona and
Kona on Hawaii. She will be able to carry
supplies for the various landings sent from
Honolulu sia Mahukona. She Is the smallest
Mcamcr engaged In the local carrying trade.
Mr. William G. Irwin, In company with
Samuel Parker who is s-xikcn of as an attache
of King Kalakaua has gone Kast, and has
been interviewed by reporters In Chicago and
other cities. His remarks are, of course, made
the subject of criticism in the columns of the
Captain George Jenks of the bark D. C.
Murray arrived by the Ztalaiulia last Monday.
The Murray is exiiected in n few days. The
Captain was laid up in the dry-dock in 'Frisco
when his vessel left, consequently took the
Ktcamei to meet her here.
The U. S. S. Alalia, which has been Ijlng
In our port for nearly three months, anchored
outside the reef last Saturday awaiting the
arrival of the mail steamer and on Tuesday
Mcamcd away. After passing beyond Diamond
Head she returned lo see if any of the desert
ers who had left the ship had been caught.
They 'lid not secure any, however, and sailed
away again in the afternoon. Our port Is thus
left agiin without a man-of-war of any nation,
but the U. S. S. Essex, fromsSoulh America,
may be expected In the course of a few weeks.
The, thanks of the people of Honolulu arc
due Mr. John Cummins of Waimanalo for In
forming the central office of the telephone
company of the arrival of the mail steamers
from California, from which place they can be
seen much sooner than at Diamond Head.
lie his n tower some forty or fifty feet high
erected on Ids plantation, and when the
steamer is expected a lookout is stationed there
constantly. Through his courtesy all neces
sary prcjurations for receiving the steamers
may now be guide considerably in advance of
On last Monday afternoon and evening the
fair in aid of St. Louis College was held at
the Music Hall nnd proved a success finan
cially, It was well attended during the day,
Aid at night it seemed as if there was scarcely
room for another' oil the main floor. The
tlancing-tloor was still in its place, and around
the edge of this was arrangeil the various
IxHiths, presided, over by a uvimbcf of ladies,
foreign and native, at which were sold all
kinds of fancy and useful articles of Hawaiian
and foreign make. The back jwut of the stage
was Used for the (cfiohmcut tables, which
were well patronized throughout the evening.
The land was stationed in the gallery and
11U) ed n number of selections. The music.
however, in such a confined spice, was too
IcmJ to be cnjojable. The affair paucd off
nteikAnlly. and thcwJM which followed it on
Tuesday was al a wicccts.
The anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian independency, Titliday, the a8th ull.,
was observed in the iivual unostentatious man
ner. The soldier paraded the utrcets and
mauhed to the palace and the residences of
the Ameiican, lUUUh and French representa
tives, where the national anthems of their re
spective countries were played. The govern
iiwiii, consular and a few other flags were lly
lug during the day, and at noon a salute of
twenty -one guns wt tuej. Most pf the busi
aswcivVkui rtjf'jljurtf (arop ftosu he )tiwla
liao, and K.iuuuVaiU Churches auemUcd at
the Utter, nd carried out an appropriate pru
Uraiuuie in honor ol the day. Several speak
ers, both native and 'foreign, addressed she
meeting. Chief Justice Judd was unable to
jak at that time, but announced his inten
tion of addressing the people on the subject, a
lie had Ueo ittittef to do, at any tiu tfecf
Petitions, are lacing circulated for the widen
Ing of portions of Alakea and Merchant streets.
Our thanks are due to V. C. Parke and J,
II, Paty, Users., for news favors from the Kat
The sum of $J5o was stolen from a Mr.
Schmidt nt Kaneohc list Wednesday. The
suspected patty Is under arrest awaiting trial.
The army was out on the 38th, tnit wc failed
to see any Improvement In their marching
and their actions when at "parade rest"
would make any old veteran "heave the gorge."
Mexico Hill todc alxnit the streets on dorse
liack list Sumlayand give himself away liadly.
He Is evidently a stranger to the saddle. He
sailed away In the tnvin on Thursday for San
The wooden Imlldlng on King street, op
lte the llcthel Church, which has just liccn
lorn down, Is to lie replaced by a two-story
brick building to lie erected by Mr. Walker, the
builder, to be used for stores.
The Bolton Daily ftralJ of the 6th ultimo,
contains an amusing "llook of Chronicles of
the Mighty and Agile Ilcnjsmin of Loci," In
which Is shown the various efforts of lien.
Puller to gain the Governorship of the Hay
Slate, In which, like all effusions of this kind,
there is much more truth thin octry.
Several new memticn arc to lie received Into
l'ort street church, Sunday morning, and the
ordinances of Infant Haptism and the .Lord's
Super will be administered. In the evening,
Mr, Cruzan will deliver the first 'of a series of
sermons on the fundamental truths of Christi
anity. Theme, ''What is Kick ofthe Seen?
Iliophsm, I-aw, The Unknowable or God?"
A fracas occurred last night lictwecn two
colored men in the locality known as Fowler's
jard, wherein a razor was used pretty freely by
one George Davis, who was locked up on a
charge of assault with a deadly weapon. The
trouble Is said to have originated through
gambling. A message from the station house
this morning reports the wounded man to lie
The following Is the programme for the
Hand concert at F.mma Square at 4.30 v. M,
Ovetlure Krau Meislerin I.upie
Selection Stradella...,, Hulow
Cradle Song, (new) , Lange
Wall Thine alone, (new) Massler
I'olka llie l.illle'lruniieler, (new) .. . Gungl
The Hand will give an extra concert on Mon
da) evening, December 4th, al F.mma Squire,
The A'. I". Daily Tribunt ofthe 10th ulti
mo fs devoted very largely to the description
of the brilliant gathering at the complimentary
dinner to Herbert Spencer at Delmonico's, in
that city, on the eve of his return to England,
presided over by the Hon. Wm. M. Evarts,
who made the address of welcome. Mr. Spen
cer was greeted In the heartiest manner and
responded in a speech in which he dwelt on
the tendency to overwork he found in America.
Speeches were also made by Prof. Sumner of
Yale College, Prof. Marsh, Carl Schurz, John
Fiskc and Henry Ward Hecchcr, which arc
given in full, ns also a letter from Dr. O. W.
Holmes. The list of guests embraced the
Vouman's, Applcton's, Dana's, Field's, Drs.
Wsnkoop, Hammond, Henry, Alexander,
Scudilcr," llarkcr, Sauliorn, llurd, Kcvs. Ly
man Abbott, Newton, Morgan, Savage, Sir
Richard Temple, and over one hundred others
from among the many admirers of the distin
The literary and musical entertainment given
by the Library and Reading Room Associ
ation at their hall last Tuesday evening, was
well attended and passed off very pleasantly.
The opening piece was a piano duct by the
Misses Castle and Dowsett. Messrs. M. M.
Scott, W. Jones and J. V. Ilrown took part in
the scene from "Two Gentlemen of Verona."
A vocal solo, which was to have been sung by
Mrs. Lawlor, was omitted, as that lady was un
avoidably absent. Rev. Mr. Wallace read
some humorous sketches which convulsed the
audience with laughter. The second part lie
gan with an instrumental duet by Miss Castle
and Mr. Yarndley. "Round Delia's Ilasket"
w as the title of an amusing little dialogue which
was presented to perfection by Mrs. E. P,
Adams, Miss I- Green and Mr. A. T. Atkln
son. A vocal solo by Miss Berenice Parke was
received with applause. The last number on
the programme, and not the least amusing, was
the reading of Mark Twain's sketch of "Jim
Wolf." Notwithstanding the short time for
preparation, the entertainment was a success,
and wc hoic, will be followed by more of the
Theie lias been much thunder and lightning
ami rain at Hilo for several days ; on 22nd Inst,
the lightning was unusually severe. At the
central office of the telephone comiany there
were seven transmitters found out of repair and
the main line was not in working order! Sev
eral posts were split by lightning. During the
night there was a report like percussion cajn
being discharged at the office. It seemed as
though all the lightning had concentrates) on
the office. It is the most severe storm that
has occurred in many years. It will take sev
eral days to repair damages to transmitters'
and the main line.... Rev. Titus Coan is
much better. On Tuesday, November 22nd,
he was taken In a chair to his church
at Hilo. He had not seen the inside of
it since he was taken ill. . . . Mauna Kea is
covered on its entire top with snow, and
presents a truly beautiful sight to those who
have the pleasure of seeing the grand old moun
tain..,, Uoth lakes at KiUuea are said to be
Honolulu, Nov, 20, 1882,
EniTOi Prcssi In last Monday's (ssue of
the 'Tiur the slippery President of the Hoard
of Health comes out with the following 1
" Hy order of the Hoard of Health, careful
and thorough research is being made in the di
trict of Honolulu to ascertain the exact num
ber of recognized lepers, their race, sex, age,
condition and othct particulars, set that precise
Information may be obtained, not only for the
guidance of the action of the board, lit for
the information of the public.'
A nice statement, not of, what, the board is
doing, but what it propose to do after the
lepers have had sufficient tiiuc to profit by the
information ami secrete themselves I Why" .HI
he not, first secure the lepers then count, classify
and make public the result ? It it of no special
importance whether there be 200 or 202 lepers
in the streets of Honolulu. All the people
desire, U, la be assured they arc not likely to
rub against them in the public thoroughfares.
If a leper U said to be employed In (he govern
ment wilding, look after the case at once, that
the truth or falsity of the report may be nude-
known,. I(;suiy lefam' uej iitciubert of the
Hawaiian Hand, ictivXe ieui. If there be
lepers on the police feace, look after then, ff
UiKfi are ttotucd wiaavia a sMue's throw of
suaay fine raisUsiccs In Hmtolutu, go for thoas,
ad not (MtblUs war nlag risal they aj jvVaV
to be looked a.' If'laVi JWaeaVuf
tbr Hoard of Health (ttu tieilasw OoJ not the
devil, certain it i be lean a leper,
A DKClSlOtf KF.l'lKU'KD.
AUOUST DRPim VS. KUAV -OCTOriER TrRVI
surxrviK couri, 1SS2.
The principle on which defendant relied in
this case, lie it said with the greatest dcfctcnce
to the learned jnstlces who decided agiinst
him, seems to 1 a sound one. It wis that
the personal' relation between mister and
servant, which is one of the essentials of a
labor contract, It an Inviolable relation, and
cannot be lawfully set aside by cither party.
The master can no more sulmltute a new man
in his place than the servant can In his.
Should cither lie guilty of a breach of contract
in this respect he would be liable to all the
"A contract Is a mutual promise Uon law
ful consideration, which binds the patties to a
performance. Mutuality is essential. A labor
contract differs from an ordinary contract in
that it is strictly personal, Neither party can
assign his Interest In it to another. It termi
nates on the death of cither. Much stress was
laid on this personal relation between the par
ties in the important case of Waihce Planta
tion vt, Kalapui 3 IL R., p. 7St. The case
In fact hinges iqion that otnt. The Court
there says, in effect, thit one cannot be n mas
ter but by the consent of the servant, duly ex
presses! in a contract lictwecn them. Under
the common law covenants for personal service
could not in general lie siecifically enforced.
Under our Master and Servant Act labor con
tracts can lie penally cnlorccd on both sides.
They generally provide that the mister may
also direct the servant, through his agent or
overseer. In the contract lictwecn the liartics
In this case the ftrsoniitl is just as much a
Kirt of it as the labor, the wages and the lodg
ings. Plaintiff is to be master; defendant, the
servant. Plaintiff, by himself, his agent, or
overseer, is to 'illrccl anil "lawfully com
mand." Defendant is to oliey. These two
only have or can hive part or lot in the con
tract. Their mutual obligation requires mu
tual performance, and cither of them in neg
lecting or refusing due performance breaks the
contract at his peril. Defendant alleged in the
lower courts that plaintiff had ordered him to
work for the Koloi Sugar Compiny, ,and he
had so done for almut nine months, taking his
orders, receiving his wage, etc., from them.
During all this time plaintiff had ceased to act
as his master, did not direct, pay or lodge
him, or look after him in any way whatever.
(Plaintiff admitted all this.) While thus .situ
ated defendant did not waive any rights he
may have hail, not lieing sufficiently informed
as to w hat they were. Hut he used all possi
ble diligence in ascertaining and asserting
them, and refused to work for the Koloa
Sugar Conipany'as soon .15 he learned that
plaintiffs copartnership interest therein was
only a'nomlnal one. Defendant claimed tint
plaintiff, by dismissing him to the Koloa Sugir
Compiny in the manner above, and entirely
neglecting and abandoning him for n long
time, had violated his personal obligations as
master, and committed a breach of contract.
It would seem difficult to avoid this conclu
sion. The supreme court held May 30, 18S2,
in the case of Drcicr vs. Kuaa el al. that the
Koloa Sugar Company were "not the agents,
overseers or representatives of the oncinal
master" (this plaintiff). They must have
liecn, therefore, strangers to defendant's con
tract, and what they did in the premises in
directing, paying and lodging hiin was not
"caused to lie done" by plaintifl; was not
done by his order, or on his account, and in
no way brought him into relation to defend
ant. How the Court reconciles its order, in the
present case, thit the time during which de
fendant worked at Koloa Plantation shall lie
counted on his contract (with plaintiff) with Its
former decision that his work there was tiot
for plaintiff quajrc? Pactum.
THE ORGAN'S SICKLY GROWL.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 8S2.
Editor Press: The Gaulle's article on
leprosy, according to the comment In the
government organ of the 23d inst,, "was a
nice statement for the pretentious organ of the
planters to send abroad by the steamer depart
ing yesterday. How many visitors and how
much capital will such statements attract to
It is curious how the government organ
strives to be sarcastic In the above quotation.
Could anything lie more absurd? Thcstupidist
jack or the veriest fool will have wit enough
to see that the present alarming condition of
leprosy is wholly tluc lo the incompetency of
the Hoard of Health, who, for many months,
has c trilled with the dread malady under the
supremely stupid idea (advanced by a new
comer) that the disease, which transforms the
head into an object in appearance resembling
a baked apple, was not leprosy; was not con
tagious j that it might )icld to treatment, or
at least could be he-Id in check for a while,
thus permitting the doomed mortal to mix with
hi friends and the public till his condition
became so disgusting that he(voluntarily
goes into exile.
For 1,800 )cars science has wrestled with
the horrible malady without, as )ct, efTectlii a
tingle well-authcntlcatcd cure 1 thcrefnic I
may be urdonetl for expressing a desire that
al least lepers be not allowed to drive public
carriages and that they lie removed from the
streets of Honolulu. If we expect "visitors
to our shores," let us lie able to honestly wel
come them with the assurance that the lepers
are confined on another island.
Strangers do not dread the small-ox any
more than ourselves, )ct we feel that wc could
shake hands with a tmall-pox patient in
preference to being within ten feet of a lcH-r,
In former times the President of the Hoard
of Health caused the prompt arrest of all
persons suspected of being alllicted with leprosy
and comfortable quarters were provided by the
government for the poor unfortunates. Hut
bow; Is t now lPoes that hoary-head'o! tcy
copliant, the President of the lloari) of Health,
take any special measures toward relieving
Honolulu of (le dread scourge? No Docs,
he dart airvsl 4 leper I thjnk nut, fr Hono
lulu would nt present ch a miscr-i'ik li')w.
ing in this imxrtant bunch of the health do-
The fact is, "the nice statement" published
by the Gauttt was gospel truth, leaving no
possible chance of lieing misunderstood or
misconstrued 1 hence the government organ,
seeing no way of escape from the righteous
condemnation hurled at its head, could only
express its disapproval , ji A weak attempt at
saicasui, coupled with a desire that visitors ami
capital come lo our shore-, by false representa
lions; at least such is the natural inference lo
be drawn from the quotation. CJ.
LATEST EORSIGN NEWS.
A French expedition b preparing to occupy
a part of Madagascar,.,. Trie Governor of
Soudan ha telegraphed the Khedive, denying
that Khartoum is in imminent danger. The
battle between the black troops and the False
iTophct was most desperate. The former lost
1,000 killed, while the False Piophct suffered
sljH aajM Mwtf.t TIs wentaf lay tW k
able' lo hold KUartoutu. Traders report that
Obctd ami Mara, which were beseiged by the
False rrouhct, have been relieved ... .The
native nopuUtiou in the Delta of the Nile is in
ureal distress on account of the (allure of the
tie crop. Unlcs aid is given theut by the
govetMieat, U,lt feared many death) irotn
iatrateoa will swoe,...Sultiann Daowl wa
before the prosecuting coi
tjth. He confessed giving the order t& fire
Alexandrii after having received a peremptory
command from Arabi Pasha, and as the con
flagration did not at first appear to be general,
Arabi sent orders through Mahmoud to fire
more pliccs. Suleiman also states that Arabi
P.ishi, on the 12th of July, ordered them to
take soldiers to Admileh I'allcc and murder
the Khedive. While on the roid to execute
the order he met the President ofthe Clumber
of Notables, who prevailed on him to return
and remonstrate with Arabi Pashi. Nouti
Hey, the officer who had clnrge of the troops
at Itainteh I'alicc, corrolmratcs Suleiman's
Tup. LtVf. Stock Of The wopiii. The
United States hat 38,000,000, cattle, India
30,000,000 and Russia 29,000,000. Of horses
Russia hit 20,000,000, the United States
19,000,000, and Austria 3,500,000. Australia
ixjsscsses 80,000,000 sheep; the Argentine
Republic 6S,ooo,ooo, and Russli 6j,cjoo,ooo.
Tht United States comes fourth In the list
here with 36,000,000, but she leads the woild
11! swine having 48,000,000. It is not generally
khown that the goat is an important live stock
integer In some countries. Imlii is credited
with 20,000,000, and Mexico with 6, ooo.ua).
Thus the United States standi first In the list
of nations on the two most Impartanl articles
of llcsh food, cattle and hogs, second in horses
and fourth in shee-n; The next decade will
piobably find us first also in horses and perhaps,
third in the number of sheep.
Tup. GnANiTE Monument to the Dead
at Hid Hole. The monument ordered b)
the (interment to lw placed on the battlefield
at Hlg Hole, M.T., where General (iihlion
fought the Nez Pcrccs, under Chief Joseph,
August 7, 1877, is In three sections. 'I he Inse
ts about 8x8 feet In size and two feet thick.
AImivc this rises a solid block seven and one-half
feet squire and four feet high. This It sur
mounted byn shaft seven feet vpiirc at the
base and laering. to alnnit twelve inches
siiuarc and then nointed. this shift lieinir five
and onc-hilf feet in height. Uimmi one side ofthe
mlitillc section 01 the monument is carved the
wordst "I'Htti-il by the United Slates." On
the reverse side is Incrilicd the following! "To
the officers and soldiers of the Army, and citi
zens of Montana, who fell at llig Hole, August 7,
1877, in a battle with the Ncz Perces Indians."
Ujion the third side Is engraved the follow ings
"On this field sev entccn otficers and I S8 enlisted
men of the Seventh United States Infantry,
underwits Colonel, Hrcvct Major-Gcncral John
Gibbon, with eight other soldiers and thir) -eight
citizens, surprised and fought all day a superior
force of N'cz Perces Indians, more than one-third
of the command being killed and wounded."
upon the reverse side arc the names of those
known lo have fallen upon the field. Ex
"The Reviser's English" Is the republication
of n series ol caustic critlcims originally pub
lished in Public Opinion by G. Washington
Moon, who sonic 15 )ears ngo exercised Ills
critical acumen upon "The Dean's English."
His motto on the title-page is, "Had grammcr
is injustice to truth," imoled from Dr. Joseph
Angus, one of the revisers. Interwoven with
counter criticisms from certain university pro
fessors and learned theologians who step
ped out to defend the revisers from his charges
as thc controversy proceeded, these p.iicrs
make interesting reading and at the same time
afford good grammatical studies. To take at
random some instances of Mr Moon's sharp
sayings: "In I timothy i: 20, we read in the
revisers f.ngiisn 01 whom is lljnietmis ana
Alexander, very singular centlemen, nuite dif
ferent from l'h)L'ulus 111 Heniiogencs, spoken
of in II Timothy ii 15 where we read, 'Of
whom ait Phvgelus ( Hcrmogcncs.' In
Hebrew ix:4, the revisers translate. 'Wherein
riza golden pot holding the manna, aw. Aaron's
roil that budded, i;,tlie tables of the cove
nant,' etc. These things mu in it! Hut in
v erse 2 of the same chapter, Wherein was the
candlestick, anJ the table, n;lhe shcw-brcad.f
W ill the revisers kindly explain what there is
peculiar about the constructionof a pot, a rod
and tables that they unitedly should be singular,
while n candlestick, a table and the shevv'-brcad
are plural? Is the explanation to be found in
the concluding words of the passage, where,
rcipccling the Kit, the rod and the tables it
says, 'Of which thing we cannot now speak
The interest which has liccn taken recently
in Arctic matters induced, this year, certain in
fluential people in Denmark to organize and
emiip an expedition, under the command of
Lieutenant Hovgaard, who accompanied Pro
fessor NordcnskjoUI in his remarkable voyage
in the Vei;a, to attempt to reach a high north
ern latitude by way of the eastern coast of
l'ranz Josef Land and seas north of Siberia.
In connection with the international pole me
teorological scheme the Dutch also sent a
steamer to convey a party lo Dickson's llarboi,
at the mouth ofthe Yenesei River, in Siberia.
It was decided that the- vessct wan to land the
explorers, with their house and stores, nnd
then to return home. A trading steamer also
arranged to keep company, if tiossiblc, with
the Dutch so far as the mouth of the Yenesei,
intending to return before the close of the navi
gable season. The ship in which the Danish
expedition sailed was the Vijmphna, that in
which the Dutch embarked the I aran, and the
trailing ship was the Louise: Hy the most
recent letters from I Iammcrfest, wc regret to
learn that misfortune has attended all these
three expeditions. Captain Uurmeister of the
l.onisc has had to abandon hU project, being
drlv en back by the ice, and has already returned
to Europe, He brings the unsatisfactory
now s that lioth the Ditmfhna and the Varan
were beset in the ice. It appears that the
imfihua left Tromsoe on the 2d of August
and the Varna on the 25th of July, lloth these
snqis, wnn 111c lauisc in comiiany, aucmpicu
to force a passage through the Matnchkin,
Nov a Zembla, and failing in this, they steamed
round the south of the island and entered the
Kara Sea. The Loust now reports that they were
all beset in the ice of the Kara Sea some eighty
miles iroin tnc continent, ami lor two clays me
Louise, which was not so closely surrounded as
her companions, attempted to render all assis
tance possible; but her Captain, fearing that he
would be caught in the same plight as the others,
felt compelled to make good hisescape on
September 22d last. That the xition of the
IhjuifhnatavX the Varan Is one of considerable
danger, if they have not by this time got dear
ofthe Ice. cannot be doubted. For in that
case they will lie compelled to pas the winter
in tnc moving pack, ami will lie name 10 all
the dangers attending that situation. IjnJon
Ladies and Gentlemen vidllng San Francisco will
find very i ftiraMe KurtilsheJ Kogms En Suil uut Sin
gle at No. ij; MuMgomcry Si, Curner llukh. Mrs.
T HoncY, formerly of Honolulu.
To the, Ladles.
Elegant fancy work for the holidays. Orders taken
ami lessons given, In cjvenille, silks, and crevr,.! enibrub
Jcry. work to tx seen every Jay from 10 a. sr, to 9 r,
v. , at rjl Fort streti, (next door io tr. llrodie'.) '
A iJiaeton (run two weeks); a docile carriage horse 1
a lot of new Uock walnut furniture, anJ all lay liousc
boUcAecls.' ln.ulreofl;tO.'ll.COLtlV, l'll,ss of.
Our tloek of FroUuidery a)d fancy I)resses, Woiked
lilies' EtuLruideKd bocks, and all of our iroods will
U sold at exceedingly tow rke in oider 10 nuke
Iir-vf sr lloul street.
A.Sucicsful House I A Successful House I A strik
ing Instance of success Ul a Kclaii Dry Goods' way U
aaTofdcd by Ihe ltadini- MUiiicry House of Ctujles J.
tUhcl, comer Fort and Hotel streets. The Frotclor
Mr. I uJttl tus acquired the an of huUinj custom, toy
lary Goods (louse can, by fucly adreriLinf, drawnia
toiaers, onc or iwtce; but to bold then, asdenjo) iheii
caiMcnre, calls for the exercbtt of tact and Uocraliiy.
Ooods sum be marked down and sold for what Ihey
are: sever nurciaeteui any ailUdc- That UlW Lvlscy
or curies J, r unci, ana iui policy iuu suae ne arm
one of the greatest U Us line, on ike leading ikorougk-
fare of Honolulu, live I ailing 1 liiliiawy Store ef
CuilcaJ. ttschcl, is la Uoaatuui enVat Stacy's is to
New Yssrk. Caaslss J. tassel stakes specially 4 kid
luicry, M The store Is one of ike aiakss of lU ciiy.
THE COUINNADE! I HAVE THE I'LtAS
ure of aonounelng that 1 Isara oocssed a new
Restaurant, at 1 M aaksvakew tswt, near ike riso
alarict, and aai prcuarsst so rurnisa a riasr-cuess
tUeakfast, Duuier. Supper, or Lunth, 10 all wbo sasce
ase suil a call, a I uueud toe aWlof fare of the t'oton
susle so usctssie alt lAsu tsse asarket aatorda. I aaa say
osa ctueT couL, and can euaraiee laai loose wko
gi taeacall ot,te woatsd auk laefoodaad see-
AUas oa Isatsd-ttaJeVKp" tttt U.m.tfAM
IL MASON, late eluei ssaakuUs "OU Cower, soo
aw kona corrKB.
)afsal i a
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
HoNoeetu, July 3, tMi.
All person having Water lMtlleir.es Ire notified that
their VVatrr Katks nre payaMe semi annually, In ad
vance, at Ihe office of the Superintendent of Water
Works, for of Nuuanuu street, upon ihe 1st day of
January anil July of each year. C II. VI t-SON,
MS If Superintendent Waler Weeks.
"JOriCE. A iwn. nmiA. metiing of the llmnl of
IN TniMfMof ihe Queen! Hopit! iH be held on
UKI-MI. SOW. .Wfrnlw 6. iB8. at Ii a. m . it th
nnmoi u imiTiuer o. s-ommercev
Per order. Y A. SUIAHFER, Secretary,
A OKNUINK LIST Awaiting employment t
rx tAiiTornu man ; can milk .rtre, and it a ffooi
fardener. leaimter, l-.iptewment etc. White I,a
nrertj Carpenter, hitlre ; Chine Cook! Chmet
Hovi. cenerallv ifful. lm to Sit net month. So. i
Cook wotiKI Hie to hiit want So advance. Apply to
it; CAVBNAOH'.S AOKNlV.
KUVIII IM rvjl OlllllM lllIHSTJ, I Sill BID, .H
et-nat In missil Stsaiai In atstl fllata'trarast In eaasr rt--fc
oui.ruv t-rm sAt.r TmLv. i)nt-t. cti.
t ..! . ...!. .1.11. I ! . .
theclly. n;) 'LAVKNAtJII'S AtU.KC
'NOINK rOR SAI.K. ONE Nr.W jo-HOI'SF.
d Power Knsine, In jrfect order. For sate by
C IIKI'.WKK ti CO.
JLANTATION OVERSEER WANTED.
a,m.Iw iMn.ii,i,t. irt r tttri-'vvi-'u jk rn trnn..
lulu, or Id I), foster, I'ahali, Kan, Hawaii. 114 if
A KKKSill INVOICE Of
e tnttlla tUvis. direct from tlie nunufneturers. con
si-lins; of PAPI.TERIKS, NO! K, l.hl'lrK, CAP
lllt.l, I.IOAI. and ILtr PAPI.'RS and ENVI.I
urr.a, Irom ,o. 5 In Na to a, a and xxx fie
sale by I UPS, (i. THRUM. 111
Per Steamer Cily of New Voile,
SECOND LOT Or NEW GOODS
Bailey & Co.'s
OREAT'IEN CENT STORK, 109 Knar Stfft.
MR. ALBERT O. ELLIS
Wit... HAVE CHARGE OF MY IIUSINESS
During my alisence from Ihe Islands.
E. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, Novemlier iS, i93r.
Almanac and Annual for 1883
It now In cotme of publication.
Societies and Denartments desirous of con-ect renre
Mntalton udl i lease advice the publisher of nny changes
siiKe last issue.
Intending advertiers will confer a favor byhandinj?
in their ailverti-sement as early at convenient, ami
lartiet desiring special quantities of the coming edition
will please Irate eatly ordirs.
single copies 50c, or matieu aoroaa tjoc
Til OS. O. THRUM, IhiUithcr.
EW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Tliread lo 6 inches.
Also, HEMP CORDAGE of American nnd Russian
RUSSIA DOLT ROPE,
MANILA BOLT ROPE,
SEIZING, MARI.IN, IIOUSMN,
All of which will liesotd asa low as offered !y other
Ionics, in iuamuies ucireu.
18 P.OLI.KS & CO.
or A CONSTANT SUPiLY Of SVFRRIOR
OF AI.I. SIZES,
Has ju-.t Iteen received ex O. S. S. Co. Suez,
AND IS NOW urFEKBO
FOR SALE IN QUANIITIES '10 SUIT
WILLIAM O. IRWIN & OO.
THE ASSIGNEES OF
n.trttt cmnrxixaHuna, umikrups,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION
In Honolulu, at the front entrance of Aluolam Hale, on
WalnemSny, December 337t 1HHV,
At la o'clock noon, th foltawint; real and pergonal
projicrty of wxij bankrupt est.it e
First A parcel of land In Kauau, Kuli, Maul, con
tnininf 115 acres, more or lets grant 1)63.
Second A parcel of land in Kula, Maul, containing
8 acre, more or lets; grant 1468.
'Ihlrd A jiarcel of land in Kula, Maul, containing
18 acre, more or lew; grant 1443,
Fourth A (tarccl of land tnMaVawao, Maul, contain
Ing 17 acres, more or leu; Krn ,oa
Kifth A pared of land In MaLawao, Maul, contain
iiC 33 acres "t0""' " 'MI P1 ( grant 137, being the
homestead, with neat two-uory rti.dcnc, convenient
outbuildings and a large grove of cucal)ptu trees
valuable for timber and fire wood.
.Siith An undivild half of a parcel 0 97a acres,
more or lew, kUuata in 1'auncla, llanwkualoa, Maul;
Seventh One undivided tUteenth of a iarcet of land
in Haita, Maul, belonging to tha Alna Hulof rau
ahl, containing ijt acres, more or lew; grant 3549,
Eighth Four building lota In KuUokahua, Honolulu,
known-on the government map as lota Bo and 8 1, and
no and tfi, witnln royal latent 361.
Ninth An endowment Iniurance policy on the life of
uavta urownuigDurg tor ss.ono, uy ine aiutuai in
turancc Company of New Wk, payable In New Vork
dty on the tgthday of June, 1886, or. In cum of death,
n kUty day after notice and proof of audi death I an
nual premium, payable In June of each year, jjj So.
Plan of Maul land mav be teen at the office of C
lltrwk.it k Co., Queen street, Honolulu, and furtlter
I. O. CARTER.
A and for aulgnees etate of Day Id Crowningburg
a Steamer Madras, now fund ing,
Oaim of t.koM Am MslU Ciftn,
i$o In the U,
la wlul Is uuially sold In ltd market.
Cax of MANIU CIGARS, 504 In a irSa-. U ol
hkh wc guarantrp to be the genuine Manila,
114-tw For tale by DOLLES k CX)
II, J. NOLTE, rR01R!ETOR,
llegi to announce 19 hit friend and the tiuUtc In gen
eral that he hwi opemd the aWve balousti wlutri
Frun 1 A. si., till la r. hi
Ciiara, PiM aad
Cbgeeaby'aijersoual sekctsosv fruw fum-cLase isuau
factories. KaAcvn uUioeU ami wsU be
aJJeJ fiuea lime la tin.
One at Bmatekl, ft Halle's csklrstej
It (oiaxati with lb estaUutvavenl, bar loeeis of
le-ur tie tsse casi reelirinne '
fait m Seas FraakWo. Use SaTV'vaV Faasa caa
ehtVVi leal SatfMk "a Mfa la taial itsca.
SJksTWSaSjw SI ajsssssjsssj lw a ps V4.1 sSJtisssseiss
A COMFORTADLE HOME I
Trie timlcrsljtneil has recently fined up
Inelfcrvntstvle.tSelamernomyColtnire f.wmerW l.
onRinaMo ihe Imon estate, on Nuuanu street.
r)-oml the Commerclsl Hotel premises,
fur the rnirse of njiiiliitllng
A anpeirlor LoiIkIiir Itonae.
The name of this pleavint retreat It the "WHITE
IIOUhE." It canrol bl Hirtwssed In Ihe kinedom for
comfort and cleanliness.
TIIK OROUNDS ART SPACIOUS
and ornamentnl with shade trees.
Persons of reectalility may alwiys be sure of a eti'er
ful home there. A sitllne room Is set atiari f. ihe rot,.
J.'nience if Riiests. A I hV MORK ROOMS ARK
MRS. J T. WIIITn, Proletor.
tV Many of our readers will rememlr Mrs. WMle
aio.netor of the Ulginu house on fort street, ad
loinin Ihe I'anlheon Stalles, which wns such a com
fottaMe home under her msna;e'nent. lie im
MIE EVILS 01 PAINTING
THEIR REM EDY.
Il has lieen said with much truth, loo, lint house,
inlntlnit mialil, with study and aciiiilemenl of laile,
resume its rank as a liberal ait."-WrVrt' Manual.
I!el!ein(t the alwe lo be Irue, A. II. KHRU hssnovr
reoriraniretl his sptcm of wotking Ihe Imslncet in
Honolulu. In Ihe firt tjir.. ! l.n ur...l ,1.. ...: .
of lhal celrbratol artist, Mr, Max Konif, formerly it
.S.n li.hrtu., .. I.n. .....I. t .1.- It r '
. ,,..,-v, nllu-,c nulK III II1C line Ol
1'lnln ami hreornltrr 1'nprr-lliiutlliiii,
Frescoing, etc.. is up lo the present time unsurpassed,
anJ, on these Khmlt, has neier ien etpislled. Ft,r
Ilouie-PaintinitJoU, fitsKls mechanics only will be
In future, tront can dend upon my fulfilling
every order on the most scientific basis known lo Ihe
SION.PAINIINO ANI) I.KrrKKINO
ntpartment will 1 ermanently presided over h Mr.
(uiKcrtSTRATMKVFIt (further comment Itnnecessnrv).
P.S. Send for designs of, frescos for ceilings and
cornices something new; and if you warn any Glass
put in, call at the
"TKIKH" i'AIXT STOltK,
No. 78 Kino SrsirT Honouli)
RS. W. II, WILKINSON
JV. lO.'l fait Strrrt,
I las determined tooflVr her entire stock of
1RIMMKI) ANIJ UNTRIMMFll
HATS AND BONNeIs,
Lssdlca' 'White and Linen Suit, Etc.,
LAROF. DISCOUNTS FROM MAKKF.I) PRICUS
For Cash, in order to make room for her
-V K V A X It K I. K a A X T X T, a K
"1'his nnnnri iinttt, t nt. . ..e n n-..i . .1.
gor.ls nre all in good order, and Mrs. Wilkinson would
earnestly ask her patrons to msr-ECTTIir noes: at her
greatly rcduceil prices. 117 tf
QIIR1STMAS GOODS FOR PRESENTS
New anil Splendid Assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
Thanlcs to the Ladies for their Liud nnirnn.i .tnf
our commencing bu.ine.s In thit tity. We would now
uck 10 uraw jour aiiciiiion to rtcent imjortation,
J t , i;CONSSTIN0 or k ?lJ
EMllROIDERED SLII'PErS, all sue "and Mjles;
INIVII) IIOXF.SANl) TAIII.F.S.
Our HORSE HAIR SKIS are the latest novelty.
Ribbons, Ibices, Socks,
Mlllinorjr Ooodi, Hats, Etc.
DIAS A OONZAI.VES.
No. 57 Hotel Street (Grey's Block), Honolulu.
TPHK PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Desire lo call the particular attention of everybody lo
TONTINE INVESTMENT POLICIES,
Which contain the " Indisputable Clause ;"
N,u Restrictions on 'I ravel or Residence." t
Free from Danger of I orfciture.
Also Til K Dii-osit KnIhiwhbnt Pulicv, and ihe Mu.
lual Investment Policy.
This Is one of ihe most reliable companlea cstant t
hat no superior, aisl few equals. Settles all claims
prow4ly I acts IsoncUly aisl laiily Ly all.
For futlher bdorinallon, write to, or call on
R. W. LA INE,
11; If General Ajjenl foe the Hawaiian Islands.,
"UDY OF THE LAKE,"
The new season book to match ' Luclle,1 of last year.
VruHu't I'rh Card fur tkt HratoH of mux
PHOTO. AL11UMS, all sites.
I-OCKET AND OFFICE DIAKI.ES for iHr..
A Fmrtasar SsnF Im, Tsj.
And Seasonable Goods, at
X.e.VT.I V LAVS' HKAUQVAMTKH,
11; ins No. tat FoaT Stater
A white Cofk wants a stiuailorv ALa a rirttUss
Tcaiuuef, cuschnsan or eipress dnvcr-can drive 9 14 6
hoeSM cnt asulea.
fhinese Ceukfl wiUiAjc 14 d Luusawork, awaisiatt cisv
A Nurse GUI wains a situation) arvt-tlu local refer'
"" Apply lo CAVENAUGIPS AGENCY,
lit No. W illint street.
RAISINS AND CUURA NTS-SULTANA KAL
siiss aol ataaai Curauls a isssaid sesskf
tea, m and fresh. Fc tats by aisawtw H Csv tit
iQLOGNA SAUSAOIC'IN TIN CASES, JUST
a svvm. leewti aau sn jrsei.i osuer. v uk saas) vy
rTIIOS. O. THRUM,
tiir aacitrr, Re lath akmyals,
OP SRLPCTIONS IN
crackled glass vasls,
111 rmi day Cards,
Wlnttsor & Newton's
FINE LEATHER ft PLUSH HAGS, blest sltles,
PURSES, CARD CAS1.S, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, (1IASS PAPER WF10IITS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of litest tlvtes 10 l- followed with
reglvr suiphrs each month
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine assortment of latest novelties in
MAIS, I HUES,
Tlie nlove goods are opened nt the FORT STREET
STORE, (llrewer's lll.ick) and are laced nl the
lowest figures f r the eticutiragenieiit of Huvers.
lloth the FORT AND MERCHANT
S 1 REM' S TORI'S will I cuidui ted
on as litirral n basis lo the public
As isiMe, conunemiirate with
in all cases.
Corresiondeiice resn.clfully soliciletl and Orders
faithfully attended to. T.O. T. lakes pleasure
in announcing the sek-ition of Ihu Lsrgest
and finest stock or MISCEI.I.AN.
OILS and PRESENTATION
Art ahd Fancy Goods,
For the Fall Trade, due notice of which w.ll 1 Ri.en
uii receipt 01 1 am cm invoice. H1 having isrrn
rj Hntcd Agent for the
American Tract Society's
A foil stocV of their ilcsiraMe HOOKS, HII.LF.S and
1 . I AM te I M will be kept on tuind. and a liUral
allowance mide to Sunday Schools and Teachers'
from Ltt Iticc, 4i'3m
BREWER S: Co.
lloNOLt'LU, 11. I.
Offer for sale Ihe careo of the Martha Davis, the fof
lowing list 01 aiercnatiuise:
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin-
gle,Bales of Excelsior, Nests '
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
t A Clioicc selection of y l
Jfasket Tojm, tltffmnt styles,
(Jut Wittier Cnifttttt,
Itrttiincll Top Jtltiales,
Also, r laik StlwalJ May,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, ao, 22, 34 ounces
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above goodu ara in an excel
lent condition, and will be sold low to
M. WENNER & Co.,
9a Four SrsssT, HoNontu, . I,,
1U re-oprnd at Um old stuut with itr
and cacfully seUttctj ritxtvof
Cold Chftiitt ad Guards,
SWcvc BuHootp SUtd Ac.
IjuIms would do wllt4Catti'tolcaUniIiM wir stock vt
Itracekts, llrouchct, ijiLct. t.nws c.,
whkn wt vtptcUUjr tchxled ub a
yMW Ui SUlt tMI DUit,
KUKUI AND SHBLL JEWELRY
Mad to order,
Tb ft Aun Uancb cwir Uu!tu w rifsrd as an
upurUMi one ad sdl jots utnisttwt la u will
L csecutn) iu a uanncr vcuwd la nm,
Ofevcrv dascriceLQa dooa to ienlcf. PaislL-iae aiitft
ttort Is MSj to orders aod oli week frsau ike ulnar
da. WkiU tkasaust; use insUsc lor atM
fasces, e rctuni lo htw that utr Lmw ea
peeknc la tkaea Islaask ssritl eaaa ua
UUsuutahsr enare 4 leuvnavs).
la lie future.
" (Meat atolea atssal tVastavM frmMtM.". s
Il our taonu, aod we shall leaves ascsvk eeserartiik bs
" uurlsnau Isiiiomi,' ' -'
1. . '. ' ' " " w ' . i
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
pEGULAR CASH SALE,
TttHvuititir, DrrrtntH)' lh, tfiH'i,
AT IO A. II , AT SI tS.uolt,
DRV GOODS, " '
A CONSIONMrNT or
FRKSIt OROCLRILS, SUQAR, IIKEAI), Ett.
"5 E. P. ADAMS, Atidlonrer.
pORBCLOSllRU qF MORTOAOK.
tly .virtue of a wer nf sale rontalned In n certain
Mortgaee vd, made ny M,Nt LI MAKAI ll.of
lleefci kmltn, 1st ml of (Hhu, in rav,- or JOHN
.McKLAflUU also of said HreU,date.l the tftK day
or Mat-, A I i;e ami rt-oriletl in I ile-r ss, iwees
lot and 103, in the office nf the Reeistraf of iVnvey.
ances, and on acixmnl of a breach of covenant in said
, ." -,............. ,,,, iimik.U Will UC
rorecWil on the l ,Uy of Noemlr (iililm.iX iMj,
anJ lhal ii.n fnree losnre the eslsle Iherefn mentljie.1
isoiKe is nereiiy given lltnl ihe salil morteaRe will bo
iiiiimuaici) ninertiseil as lor sale at ouMic auc
, JOHN McKKAOlJK,
Mortgajee, hy his attorney, I M IXivtdsuis,
ulu, Nov, 1, 1882
Pursuant lo the atwve, I am InilnmeJ 10 sell at pub.
lie auction, at my salesroom, on
SttttirttrtT, Doccmiieir 9. 1882,
.. . . . . .... v
vi iiociock nvm, the pmn-rty comprised In Ihe fore,
going notice, p.nsi.llngi.r ihe folio. inij I.Js or imcels
or Kh.Al, KSrAI r, vix t
All inat lot or parcel oT Untl In Heels, cnntsininit
tlnhil. loacres.(1einli,llr, tl I K. ...f. w -t .
Containing 1 4i.tr.icres, ilescrilwd In R I' No. ',,;
jml a lot cxMitalmna; 1 ss-tou acres, decrild in Rj P
lermscnsh. Deeds al esie-nse of niirthsser;
E P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
QALE OF LEASE LANDS
.. .AT !' ' '
IIF.LON01NO TO LSIATK OK CIIAS. IONO,
Satttnlnjr. .. DacmTier , 1882
i t St 1 j
At la o clock, noon, nt salesroom
Ilie lindersicneil Is mtrii.t.! i,v il, A.l...l..t.i..,M
of the above esnte and Rtianlian of Ihe children of Hie
uie i.niuc King, vsitii the concunenoe or the Idw,
to offer for sale
.1 lAl.fiip recwi (, rrir reiliv,
Krom the Ijth of llrcemUr, i!3, of ail the l.inds in
MoiKSa V.llleV. Willi Ihe Inill.linM lkm..i IIAHnln ...
ic estate, comprising
.rUnui 1.1 .tcrr nf Kntn unit KiiIii ImhiI.
Of the Knlo Iltult thern are rrnin ,a in u.m wall
'iipl'hed itli water, and coniequenty very suitable for
,,vo.,.i.,uk. n lanje nn 01 inem is now Mauled
with 1IANANAS, KILIUiul KAI.O,
icu, kij-huic qii-ineri) in advance.
1'nr further lorliriilArs an.1 it-r,,jt..n r.t l..uu .,.
buildings, apply lo I". A SuiAKritii, or to
' I- I'.JUMMS, AUclloneer.
T AND AT KALII1I.
MORTOAOH K'.S SAI.K.
llr order of Kahaleponli, as&icrtee of inotrenira la R.
. llirbertfd, liv T It N.niul, nn.l l-l.n M. d- .
ilvted December 14, 1878, nnd reconleil ln'l.ilier' j;
olios jor, 193 and 3W, and on account of condition
"'i ' oner lor sale nl my salesroom tn Hono
lulu, oil tl
Saturday, Deoorubeir 9, 1882.
At t O'clock Noon, all that certafn piece or "
PARCEL OF L,NI) SIIUA1CD IN KALIIII,
Osliti, and described fully In Hoval Talent No. i.eo,
rsltlemi No. 1,691, to NaoiaIa, defeased, father of
"k 1 """I1'3' CsnUaining an area of 1 nj-lnuth acres,
I 1 PRO VC.M ENTS TI I KR EON,
Consisting of TWO WOODEN HOUSES. There
are me rvALO 1'ATCIIKS on the iroiert.
Deeds at Ihe eaenie of purcliaser. 'lerms, cisls.
l ',-iu i
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
QTEAMER INTEREST FOR SALHj.
P.Y OKIiEt; Oi;'. .S.PALIIINijlji
, rl ' tr 1 ,
r Wi'r.i.' si: 1. 1. a r .iirtfriox
l et ' ' ' ) Vtts1
SsstursUjr- "V. ...Deoemlier IB, 1882
AT 1 D'CIOCS: hOOM, AT SAirsklxIM,
i i j&fvA
AN i-Jtii INIl'.KEST IN TIIK'1 '"
STEAMER JAMES MAKES.
it i ' r J ' jf i
, : . ' -ii.'s
, It i ' i n i n ' 46k..
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