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FRIDAY, SI AllCH 20, J 685.
"8UN,MD0M AND SEA. """
All tlmu from noon ot to-day, Mar. 20.
Bun Sets n '
Sun Rises 13
MoonHlsuS !' a"
High Tide (Small) t 3 00.
High Tide (largo) 1" :10.
WIND ASD WUATllKIl
Iiucord lrotu noon of ycatontuyl
A'fe'vfcl. ' Mion&oinotcp Jtaln.
I hi .i 9ii - Mb aii I nil ,18U I toisii
I umw I 30.01 I so.m II .sio o;o ca I o.io
Vltiil, S: Ayj-lfaWi 8ky, Mintfory j Bca moder
ate , ... ARJVAIS.
March 20V- . '
SUnr W G'lliill'frrJtn Wliidivaril Ports
Stmr Jas Makcofroni Ksipaa
Ship Impcrator from Liverpool
Tern "Wm'Rcnton froth Newcastle
ig ' ' ' f'V.
, DEPARTURES -
Sehr Catcrlna for-Hunalcl
Bark Hbpoior Port Townscnd
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- C R-Blhop for Wnhinao,-Walalun,
Klliuea and Hannlct
Stmr:Kllauoa Hon for Windward Ports
Schr Kamol for.Lnupahoehoe .
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&' VESSELS-IN PORT;
Bktne Eureka, Lee
Bkthe Discovery, Perrlmali
BkLady Lniripson, Marsldn
SlftaiivlJkfnprqrnliig "Star, Bray ,
TcrniXyltcntoii, Ksclien' ul
"From Sviudward Ports pcr'W G' Hall,'
March,20 G V7Mllpo 'and wife, ,TVW
Francis, wife and child, WShliig, Robt
Hawie,..T.D Marliti and pftdeck. ' )
SHIPPING NOTES. '"
Capt Davis took charge 'of the stirir
Lehua this morning. "
Thc'KlikltafWas lookctl"thiK imorn-,
ing. i r Af. .',. i . . '
Stmr Jas Makeoibrought 2,753 bags ofi
sugan' . i.. ,,t,;i'i .iI i
Stmr Lcliua,. brought, p,02:j bags of
sugar, sac will go ou.tnc iuariuc jpii
wny tb'-'in'orrdw' morning' to'bd'tlcnned.
Stmr WO'IIaltTrnrnght'SS bags of
sugar, 75 bags'of nw.i, 28 bags of coffee,'
124 'hides; ao head of cattle audio
calves.- Capt Bates reports good weather
The Hopc-AVajfc-moved'to the Likclikc
'wharf to. .wait Ipr a. breeze to plow Jrer
Avllt'onllfni" Smi'l'ranelBeo1.-' ' '
The tern 'WmBen ton', Capt Eschenl
arrived -this. p. jm., 44 days.fromiNewj
cafetle' with-724 tqns.ofcoal to order..
HVUifiAL'4 CEHERAU HEWS.
A jirANfiSE cook 'whb spcsjlfs Eng
lish advertises. f or ta, situation. '
iNTEKJisTiNo selections' will bfe
', found .torepiir ilrst ah'd.'f purlh. pages.
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The great clearance sale isj pro
" gr'essihg' at the Temple of ' Fashioij.
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LTake; all ypur" children to the
minstrels'. jrnfttippe, tp-morrow after-
"ri6oh-.V."ll , ,::'.'
..TiiEirollcr. coaster vill be irunuing
this eveningj'-'oothmencing at seven
o'clock., witii.tm t Uk
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Bilia- Ec3ergpntlas Moriarty tonight..;.'--'
Hero,, move on there,young
A stuanqe'iis 'social will be heid
. at "the Eort Street Church thispyen
ingat 7-.30 o'clock. '
HisM&jfestytlic' King will witness
.thejperfofmahce by Emerson!s Mm-
strelsithiscvening at Music Hall.
Op coursQfyoujr aro.j going to the
'doughnut' party at'
Skating Ri'nU XoVriigu'L
A- heetikq of Polynesian JSncomp-mcnt-will.boheld
this evening at,7.30
o'clock. .Business P. P.- degree.
mMi Wi?, ty e'.i
steamer from tho coast. King Bros
frame and cornice' rhafc'6'rs. 971 'St'
Flohida Lemonade mado
the market? Try it and be convinced. "
Ip you, do not nttend'Emersoh's
Minstrels this evening, you will mitj,
a 'great; treat. Entire changd'Of -pro-gramme.1
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The 'Bdyal Hawaiian 'Bdy.will,
give its uiiial . concert stBmnia
Sq'uaro i'o-iriorrow afternoon' at 4,30
The Supreme Court will sit in
banco on Wednesday and Friday of
next week, tho 25th nnd 27th' of'
As the Supreme Court arp,to set
In Banco on Wedneaday next, ac-
'eofding'to'tho iLTorni'?i(7 6rjjfcJr,it is
w -,l-v " v..V ..... i;."---.
in hatching something of importance
The Xprycgiau sliip lmperator, Capt
, lloix, arriyed this inon'ilng 133'ilays
from Liverpool with' 1,400 tons' dfeoai:
Slierik1cn(iiifeW'iicdrt'6,lInckfcldJ& Co.- She
Morning Star will bo ready to lenvo
for the South SSoas, May 1st.
CiiAttn-.Y Coglll tho funny omlmnti
got off ix joke last ovcnlng on ono of
our doctors, which just ldt the mark
A spECiAt.iLcnloti service Will bb
held at St. AndrcVn Cathedral this
evening at 7.00 o'clock, with an
address by the IMshop.
Missus. Brewer' & Co. have re
ceived a quantity of iFrnnklin Sloyp
Coal by tho Morning Star. Call
early with your ordcrsi
.TiifeiPl M S. ., ZoalhMiji, vfill be
duo any time after noon of to-morrow
enrottte for the Colonies. Letter
writers should take notice.' '
Tut outside of Mr. Williams'
photographic studio is now orna
mented with that pictorial sign re
cently painted by Artist MaxKohm.
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The Rev. Geoffrey Simeon will
commence his mission addressee in
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Monday
evening, March 30th'.. They will
continue throughout that week.
,F .'Jt.oxKatof workrnen.j haT.er oow
menced digging the. foundations for
the new, Chinesc.Club House on King
street opposite the. Police Station.
Mr'E.-'B;1 ThomVisis the contractor.
' .J WbuiLiliaaiftlreadylc'Qmmeitbed' ,on
the new building for the Pacific
Commercial Advertiser Company.
It wiU'aftjqitljMri 'Russell' law olllce
Merchant street, and will be a two
'story building Mr. George Lincoln
has the contract.. , ,
miw$W&i&M Fet "sfe1!11111
came on board, the .James Makeo
duringherl.jtrip from Kaiiai. ' M'rj
Norton,' tlieuJohief engineer, say3(
struck the cook in the eye, nearly
knocking it put.
At 10 o'clock to-inorrow morning)
Lyons & Levey will hold their regu
lar e'asJilfeTnQj anfliBellJamongst other
things, dry goods, sugar, furnitur.e,
noon they will sell a line bay trotting
horse, an.d .alsp.'a sorrel saddle horse;
J The P. MV jS"J&c City of'
Yorfcwill'be due at "this port
Thursday the'26th;InBt. en route to
Yokohama. .Sb'emWill' bring'5' S8Q
Chinese passtngors fromiiHongkong
via t San" Fraficisco,-J arid will takfe
passengers and mails' from, t;hisCpor4
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At the.r,egatt,tp be.held on Saturg
tlaj of nest-week the great event of
the afternoon willundoubtedly be
theisix-oarcd gig racejfqr.a challcjnge
cup. The result may bej' "King's
crow, first,1 Witli Ihe'fao'nolulus and
Myrtles fighting.for ascond (pace
that is as farLasc6ndition is con
.ceneil. ' ' , , f !
A ryEiiY-, light calenuar was pre-sented-before
Justico Bickerton .this
morning. Bil'a'Kaohi, for drunken-1
ness,. forfeited ,bail.,of S6.. .Kaaiia
'wasfchargod with assaulting Pnpilahi
with'a1 h'de,-biit the1 chse'-was discon-1
, tinuciT. Le.yi', 'for deserting contrafct
service of the Inler-lslarid Steam
Na,vigatlbn Co'.1; waV fined "$5 and 3'
('costs, arid ordered to, iret'urn to "Ills'
'A slight mistake has been ' made
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in tho - .programme issued, ior .'the
coming regatta -The timoj given for
Jioldiu tho regatta is giyen a3 'Wcu
Tii(i&pMarchY28UiJ .-whereas 'it
sudukPbc,'-as everyone-is awaro,'
Saturday,: Muroli 28th. . From all.
indications this anniversary regatta
of tho Honolulu Boat Club is going
Yip bq aigreat bucccbb, 1 pfT
A i'autt consisting of Messr9.
Harry 'Whitney, W. nnd.II.iPimpnd,
and Guy AYodchouso, went to Kailua,
Wednesday evening for the purpose
of Jiaviusc a davs' shootincr. Thov
returned Thursday evenipg with !77
ducks, There were four varioties
-amongSthem, Widgeon, Teal, Sprig-
r-tau'ana JNor'west. This, is.,ut tue
time pf;Jthe-year when , these birds
migratd. Capt. Penballow of the
barkJIdpe says it takes abdut threo'
daysor these birds to ilyfromltheso
' Islnnds to the Coast.
Tud social of the Society of
iQliristianv Endeavor, which toofe
pace'lastvevenlng at the residence
of Mr. J'AvHoppcr, King.. street1,
was a very pleasant affair. The
attendance of members was quite i
Jarge. purlngtheyeulng tlie fol-
lowlnjf programmo was gono tlirougli,
giving great pleasure to those pre
Bent: Piano duct, Misses lloppor
and May Atliorton ( Address, BeV.
Bobt. McKenzlo ; Vocal S6lo, Miss
Alloc Benton; Recitation, Miss
Emma Ronton ; Beading, Miss May
Atherton. BcfrcahmenU were serv
ed, followed by social Intercourse
until llc parting hour.
This evening and to-morrow even
ing Emerson's minstrels will give
their farewell performances in this
cltyt as they leave on Sunday by tho
S., S. ' Zealandia for the Colonics.
By Bgcoial request Billy Emcrsdri
appears to-night in his great
character "Moriarty," in which he
made. such a hit last eybningi Char
ley Cpgill and his'brother say bey
intend to bo extra funny this e v
ing. We can assure everyone of .
fine performance this evening. To
morrownlght Emerson will appear
with : white face. In the afternoon
a grand matinee will be held at 2
o'clocki Admission adults 60, cents,
children 25 cents, and no scats will
be reserved. Tickets ban now'b"e
obtained at Wiseman's olllce, Mer
chant street. All season tickets, will
be taken up to-night, and will not
be accepted foradmission to-morrow.
One dollar will secure admission and
reserved seat to-morrow" night.
Tho Marquis of L'drnc, is "nomin
ated for Bristol in tho coming Par
liamentary election.. His Lordship
desires to' re-enter active political
life. Ho is a stanch supporter of
Gladstone. ' J
The report that Gladstone is a
believer in spiritualism is denied on.
tho authority of a, letter, wntten,(by
tMr. ' Gladstone's direction,-by his
i One clog-at the bench show lately'
held in London wasjvalucd at 650,-'
000, and a toy terrier at the same.
exhibition at 810,000. yi'hcre
i,yza (togs oivexnioiiiou.
AAn ordewhas beeri'issiied
directors of ; theatres in Germanyj
from the CourtVforbidding them to
produce any plays', in which ances-
tors or collateral relations of the
Prusian royal family arerepresehted
without special permission. '
,tThe following description of traits
of character in the late General
Stewart was published before hisj
death': After 'some 'important' ser-j
yice in India', a.'fcw years ago, Gen
Sir Herbert Stewart returned to
England to be examined for promo
tion. The- GoVernment officers said
t'Capt. Stewart, yovTare reported to
have been so useful to Her Majesty's
service in India that the unusual
compliment has, been awarded you of
passing you without examination.'?
Stewart said that it didn't seem fair
to hiibfdihM'iofHcers.and insisted
on the usual examination with the
others.;He passed but first. He
exchanged and got' transferred to a
hussar: regiment) "and from- that Sir
Garnet',' Wolscley took him, picking
him out' as i o of his:best fighters.
"Ge3;.Stovfartj'islhot only.'thordugh in
rputinej business, as' a gpod' many
8'oTdicrs are. not, but ho is remarkably
shrewd' and;' jenterprising. Some
ycars.agpj in,peacelui times, lie lore
saw an, extensfon" of the fashionable
.quarters' of London.- So he organiz
ed a syndicate, bought up all tlc
small and uncomfortable houses
around Hani Place, London, extend
ed "nnd renovated, some, and tore
down others and, substituted a, lot of
handsome residences, and he madola
considerable sum of money in tho
venture. " j
rpHE WORLD-RENOWNED leading
',dLi ohunctcller, just'OTrly'ed- from
tho principal cities In Europe and North
America, takes this way to inform the'
public that she is to consult in regard jto
liavinc revealed the past, present and
future, In her homo, No. 127 King St.
IrilX ACCOUNT of departure from
(V the Kingdom, all! persons, owing'
me are requested, to make immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 88 Mer
ch'au't Street, who has a fuH power of
attorney to transact all bjisiness for me
in1 ray .absence. Ho is authorized To rc
ceiptfor.all monoys duo, mo, .and to en-
jforco payment of unpaid claims. .
, SAMUEL NOTT.
Honolulu,, March 13,1885., ' 1)69 2m
ALL porsons having claims against
the EMate of if. II. Wilkinson,
which have becu contracted previous to
the 0th day of February, 1885, are re
quested to hand tho same to the As
signees on or before the 31st Inst.
Assignee Est. W. H. Wilkinson.
Honolulu, March 12th, 1885. 907 td
IS HEREBY given that wo tho under
Bigued have this day bought the
entiro business from OHAN.YUKEE
alias ACI1U of his merchandise store in
Smith Lsne, Honolulu, and we carry on
the business at the same old stand. All
debtB due by the said firm prior to the
date of transaction must be settled by
the said CHAN YU KEE alias ACHU.
CHAN JIH YAN,
Honolulu. II. I., 14th March, 1885. ,
' 970 lin '
WV, ItAVB a few tons ot tho Frank,
lln Stovo Coal on board llio
SIornhiRStar, to belauded Immediately,
All In want of this article plcasu leave
orders early with
071 lw C. UltEWBU & CO.
MBS. A. F. MORRIS takes pleasure
in announcing that she has leased
Tho Doautllul Scasldo Residence
Of Mr. Allen Herbert, at WA1K1KI.
Honolulu's famous Minimcr resort, and
1b prepared to accomraodnte parties de
sirous of enjoying the balmy nir, unsur
passed sca-bathlng, and tropical rest and
quiet1 of -thi oliiirmlnc place. iEvery
fadlllty.is! oirotcd for tile porfocl tlijoyi
ment of this ideal watering place. By
special arrangement Dod'd's Line of
'Busses will take passengers to the en
trance of tho place, when two or more
For terms, etc., apply to Mr. Congdon,
Telephone No. 302, Queen St., Honolulu,
or to the undersigned, at the residence.
MR!. A. V. HUItltlH.
Walktkl Telephone, No. .257. Lessee.
United Carriage Co.
PLEASE take notico that tho UN1T
ED, CARRIAGE CO. (Telephone
290), having been rc-orgaulzcd, Wish
respectfully toinform Tourists ami tho
public generally, that' in order to com
pete with) another Arm who prohibits
other hacks but their own from soliciting
patronage at tho Hotel, Hhey have
found It necessary to unite more strong
lyj and have selected from about 250
hacks now running in Honolulu, a num
ber of 'first-class teams, which In addi
tion to" the teams-Svo already have make
the UNITED OARBIAGE CO. the
strongest, In.. Honolulu. Most" of tho
drivers in' this' company ("whcTTiy hard
Svork"and perseverance h'avo-become
owners of the teams they drive, have
agreed 'to conform--to certain rulo3
deemed neoossary by, the managers, for
the protection of Tourists and the piib
lie acamst ovcrcliarcine. Inclvllltv. S:c.
Two, yery important rules governing tho J
drivers oi tiici unj.ix.u ui-ttiiLa.u.ci
CO., are Rule, No 1, that expels any
driver from' thet66mpany: who wilfully
choices mora; than ithe lccitim&to rates
of fare; Rule No. pompcis aiiyofour'
drivers to respond ,tb a Telephone call'
whether it be ii,Teu;Ceut,pr a Ten Dol.j
lar fare. Thus it. .can bo seen that the;
t,0,)jecf)ofitho company is t9.hupply the'
public with" good teams dliVeii'by'gobn.t
rcuauie men, who win uo tnoir. icsuoj
give satisfaction, and hope by so doiug'
.torliioril. a, share, of public. patronage.
SAll:cbmplaint3jeft ji('our offleoj InjUie
SlltipC Ul U UUIUUIICCICU IU 111U IUUUUUU13
of the UNITED- CARRIAGE.CO., will
receive, prompt attention. , ( '
UMITU CAItHIAGK )'.
Oflice and .Carriage Stund next door E
O.Hall's, corner of King and Foit Sts.
By order of Henry iB. Macfarlaue, Esq.
I will offer atl'ublic Auction,
Saturday, March 28th,
At 12 noon,, at my Sales Room,
'T7nlH4 Tro-vltmBly disposed
ot'at 0Erlvato Sale, j
THOSE SPLENDID LOTS on the
corner of Beretania and Piikol Sts.,
Subdivided as follows into House Lots,
i. (and at the following upset prices,
from which there can he no deviation.
Lot 1100 feet by, 1G0 feet, Beretania
street Upset price $1G00
Lot 2100 feet by 100 feet. Kinau
street Upset price $1200
Lot 3100 feet by 1C0 feet, Beretaniaj
street Upset price $1400
Lot 4100 feet by 150 feet, Kinau
.street Upset price, $1100
Lot'16 100 feet by, 160. feet,; Beretania
"! 'street... .-..'. Upset pricc'.$1400
Lot 0100 feet, -bv 150... feet. Kinau
street , Upset price $1100
L.OIIV 1W JCCC DVi iJUlKICCI,, Willi llic
buildings thcrcon.Upset price $2400
Lot 8100 feet by 1(50 feet, Beretania
street , Upset price $1250
Lot 9100 feet ,by 150 feet, Young-
street Upset iricc $900
Lot 10 100"fect by 150 feet, Beretania
street. . . -... -. , ., .Upset price $1250
Lot 11 J00 feet .by 150 feet, Young
street. . ...f . .....'. . -Upset prico;$00O
Thouppcrilots wcrcjpurchnscd byiMr.
Macfarlano for a residence, and for tho
nurDOso of improvement., it .has had
grcatcareuiid cultivation, so that at
present it, is well covered by a large
variety of trees, a's Well as a'choice. col
lection of plants and flowers, all in
Among the fruit and shado trees will
be., found the .Traveler's Tree, the Royal
Palmi'tmv Wlnb PalmVthetLdmon Tree,
the Fan Palm, the Cocoanut, tho Japan
ese' Orange', tho Pone i ami Rcgia, the
Mandarin Orange, tho Fig Tree, tho
Alligator Pear; the Algeroba and others.
In Roses. and Flowerp, .there pro a great
variety, which, must, ho sc'cp to bq ep
Vater pipes, are luld on jn each, of
Lots No's. 1 td 7, inclusive,- and 50 feel'
of hose will reach any part of them.
These, lots nrp situated just In the ccntro
of ICalaokahua Plains, on' the principal
street leading from Honolulu, and aro
within twonty minutes' walk from town,
us well jis .being upon the omnibus
route to Puuahdu. ' ,
I shall '.'offer them on very favorable
terms for purchasers',, namely,
One-Fourth "Cash, und balaucu in
, equal payments of one, two, three
nnfl fnnr vpnra wttli Intpri'dt fit. 7
I per cent., secured by mortgage,
'This division of payments, and low
rate of interest, allows ono for a com
paratively small sum annually paid for
four years, to becomo tho owner of a
beautiful homestead lot.
Parties desiring lots must make early
application,1 "asTe sball sell at private
sale to those whq Ilrst apply.
Plans of tho property' can be'seen at
' Deeds at purchuscr's expensb.
. , f E. P. ADAMS, ,
But Good Honest Taliie for Every Dollar !
MY BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMENT,
' 'Since the arrival 'of the "Altuncda,"
WILL BE FOUND VERY COMPLETE
In all my usual fine variety of fine Boots, Shoos and Slippers.
jCMCeix'e JBoots, Shoes ana Graiters
, : . In Gjr'eat "Variety.
THE LADIES' DEPARTMENT
Is as usual very complete.
As to, the good qualities of my Goods the Xiadies. of our
Islands) who have, patronized this Establishment for 18
years) will bear willing- testimony to them as well as
their perfect fitting.
Boots' and Shocsjalways found in this Establishment. I
havcviio; inducements to offer but the guarantee of Al
Goods, which will be sold
As Low as Consistent with Prudence.
Honolulu, Mai;ch 6th, 1885.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 and. OO Hotel troot,
, JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quail, Cala Fresh Salmon, Cala
Flounders, Cuuli Hours, Celery, Eastern Oysters, in tin and shell;
aud Red Cabbage. y
ALSO Boxes Tabic Raisins, Boxes Cala Dried Figs, Cases Durct Salad Oil, pints
and 4 pints; Cases Lucca Salad Oil,. Kegs" Salt Water Cucumbers, Kegs of
.Mixed Pickles, Kits Sulmou Bellies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupea
Hams, Dj-ied. peaches, Dried FruitB of nil kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Butter, all
kinds Cauncd Meats, Fresh Cala 'J'nblo Apples, Cases Eagle, Cond. Milk,
P&M Yenst Powder, Sucks Dairy Salt, Boxes .Aldcu Dried Apples, Legs
, Soused Pigs' Feot,(Kits Mackerel, .Cases. Soused Mackerel, Casks Star Hams,
,. 1 ,' Dlifcco Uacopi Fresh'.GerraQiit Island Potatoes', all kinds' Canned Vegetables,
. -ail xvuiviD viwiiivu r uilPi 4' iupu uiuuLiu iiuuii vuiiuu uvujj iiiij,. vui J-llv;i:a
i' 'jArQ.low. Cioddtdnlivernif lo.nll nnrli nf thn rMvi
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
Pacific Hardware Company
STJC0ESS0ES TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND BAKL NOTT
. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
The coinbined stock of. tho two firms gives us' a very full and complete line ot
goods, at lowest market rates. All orders tent to the undenigned, or to Mr.
Samuel Notl for specialties in the class of goods formerly sold by him, will at
present receive his personal attention nnd supervision;
t 1" PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
light wagon in perfect
OI.DEH. Apply to
073 lw IjEWlS Ai CO,, Hotel St.
M- . . - , I 1f
(Extract from Now Zealand Herald,
Syi.n.'.v, March 2. ,
A shipment of preserved meats, from
tho Now Zealand Frozen Meat and Stor
age Company, Auckland, has been re
ceived per Tarawera. The meat has ar
rived hi excellent condition, and has
given great satisfaction hvrc". This
shipment, which was ordered by the
Imperial authorities, consisted of 85,080
. , , II. HACKFELD &, CO.,
'.Bole' Agents, for these meats, for tho
Hawaiian Islands. ' 'i :072 1w,
IN PRICES I
P. O. Box 297.
1) P. GRAY. M. D.,
. . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oftlce, first door west ot LUirary Build
ing. Hours, from 0 to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, U to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor, Kinau and Pcnsacola
streets, 918 ly
Cornor King and Fort Streets,
Is prcparcd'to make all kinds and styles
From a locket size up. Island Views
and Royalty Pictures constantly
907 2w Proprietor,
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