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THURSDAY, APRIL 2:5, 1885
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOU SAN KIlAXClSOO.
Ahimcdn kuH HmioUilu, May 1
Mariposa Leaves, llenolulu, May 15
PACiriC MAILS. S. CO.
KOU AUCKLAND AND SVDNI'.V!
Slinr City or Sydney Apill 18
l-ou san ritANcisco.
Stmr Zoalnndlii Stay 10
April '2-1- 123
Stmr Kilnuca lion from Wind ports
Stmr C K Bishop from Kauai
Solir Emma from Walauae
Schr AValehu fiom Kolnu
Bgtnc China Spreckcls from S F .
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Selir Mille Morris for Lanal
Schr Liholiho for lloiiohina
Schr Ilalcaknla for Pcpcckco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOnROW.
Stmr .Tai Makeo for Kauai
Stmr Iwalani for ITainakna
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam Bktno Morning Star, Biay
Ship Impcrator. Hoix
Brig Allic llowc, Holland
S S Alameda, Morc
From Windward ports per stmr Ki
lauea Hou April 22 Capt Itos.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W U
Hall April 22 .T D .lohnson & bride,
Mrs Kawaiku, 1' C Jouci and wife, E It
Blven. .1 M Ashwcll, C B Mnkce. Akana
Lele, O Bolte and bride, M II Renter &
2 children, JO C Damon, II C Sheldon,
Miss A Ij Armstrong. & Miss L Moore.
From Klkiuca and Ilanalci via YVaia
lua and "Waianac per stmr C It Bishop
April 22 Mrs Kahlbaum, C Couradt. J
Conradt. F Conradt & 20 deck.
Stmr C It Bishop arrived at 7:30
o'clock lastcveningfrom Kilauea, Ilana
lei via YVaialun, and AVaianae with 2,407
"bags of sugar.
Stmr Kilauea llqu arrived yctcrday
evening with :!,831 bags of sugar, 50
slieep and 07!) goat skhn.
Stmr .las Makee ails to-morrow
morning at S o'clock for "Wnianne. Wai
alua, Kapaa. Kilauea & Hnualci. She
is expected back by "Wednesday next.
Sehr lamina brought 1:175 bags of
The ship Impcrator is in the stream.
Schr "Waichu brought S00 bags of lice.
Capt Kibling leports light airs and
calms in the channel, was 4 days coming
from Koloa to Honolulu.
Stmr Iwalani sails to-morrow at 4 I'M
DIM0NDS LATEST CIRCULAR.
Our last circular was dated April 1st,
per stmr Mariposa.
Suoak The Eastern markets remain
exceedingly dull with prices favoring
buyers, who display but little desire to
purchase on tho spot. The statistical
position, however, Is favorable, the !)
months to April showing 17,000 tons
more meltings of foieign sugar.
Regarding situation, we quote from
"Willet & Famlcn's Circular as follows:
As regards prices we arc now in the
same position relative to the Cuba and
H.AV. I. crops that the U.K. was in,
iclative to the Beet crop, when prices
of Beet fell to !)s. 10'd. As the falni
cants were relieved by selling their
early productions and became more in
dependent of buyers, prices giadually
ro'-c to 12s. (Id. The necessities of Cuban
planters now compel their selling at the
lowest prices ever known; but this
should be soon followod by more inde
pendence on their part, when prices
.should also follow the couro of the
Beet market again, as has been the cae
for a long time past, since Beets have
controlled the sugar world.
Pnicns New York, April Stii, Cuba
Centrifugals fl(i percent test nominal at
London, Apr. 0th, Beets SS peicent
12s. 3d., Manila Bais Apr. 0th, 4.05,
Apr. 13th, 4.01.
LOCAL & CENERAL
St. George's day.
Lrcrrats for "E. A." at this ofllcc.
tins evening at Music
selections on our
Mystic Lodge, K. of P., meets
this evening at 7.30 o'clock.
- ' - ' -
Obtain your scats at Wiseman's
for Rosedalc this evening.
Knr.r in mind Lyons & Levey's
evening sale for to-morrow.
Tin: S. S. Alameda will sail
San Francisco, Fiiday, May 1st.
Tnu Y. M. C. A. geometry and
Algebra classes meet this evening.
. Mimtoits and mirror plates, with
or without frames, at King Ilros,'
Art Store. 10011 8t
Camfoiinia cherries 50 cents per
pound nt the California Produce
Company. 1003 21
Br. sure and do not forget tho
sociable on board the Morning Star
this evening. It will bo u very nice
Tin: annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club will be held next
Monday, April 27lh, at 12 o'clock
noon, at Mr. Cecil Brown's office,
Merchant street. The election of
officers will take place.
Tb Central JPftrk okMlno rink will
bo open as usual this evening and
tho roller coaster will also he run
The Boynl Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight concert at Emma
Square to-morrow evening at 7 :30
o'clock. Hurrah I
The San Francisco Dramatic Com
pany will give n grand matinee per
formance Saturday afternoon for
ladies and children.
Br order of the Deputy Marshal
Lyons & Levey will sell to morrow
at noon in front of salesroom, one
horse, carriage and harness.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 1)80. tf.
Now is the time to have your
magazines, old books and newspapers
bound lu good style at A. II. Rasc-
mnnn's Hook-bindery, Gazette Block.
The sale of tobacco and cigars
distrained from George Wood's pre
mises for non-payment of rent, took
place this noon at Mr. Adams' auc
tion rooms nutl realized about 130.
Wi:st, Dow & Co. have received
ex Ahuneiln, wall pockets, guitars,
croquet sets, velocipedes, Root's
curriculum, melc Hawaii and song
folio. 1002 2t ,
Am. persons having any claims
against Ah Hue, of Kipahulu, are
notified to present them to Ilyman
Bros., Queen street, within ninety
Nolti: has the Patti cigar, made
specially for himself in San Fran
cisco. None can smoke it without
singing its praises. He has also the
Masher cigarette, just tho thing for
Next Saturday afternoon Excel
sior Lodge, I. O. O. F., will have a
picnic at Mr. Allan Herbert's beauti
ful residence at "Waikilci, which will
be only for members, their wives and
Mi:ssits. Lyons & Levey will hold
their regular cash sale to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock, when hay
will offer amongst other things, dry
goods, sugar, sets buggy, harness,
household furniture and a roan car
All Britishers are requested to
bear in mind that the annual meeting
of the British Benevolent Society
will be held this evening at tho Brit
ish Club at 7.30 o'clock. Arrange
ments will be made for u proper
celebration of Her Majesty Queen
Tnu ship Impcrator will sail on
Monday morning for San Francisco.
There is room for four cabin passen
gers, and as she is a fine and com
fortable vessel, this is a good chance
to enjoy u trip. Applications for
berths should be made to Capt. Hoix
Tin: young woman Akahi, who
died in the hospital, Tuesday after
noon, was buried from her home
yesterday, her remains being in
terred in the Kawaiahao cemetery.
This afternoon Coroner Dayton is
holding an inquest at the Police
Court before a native jury, and it
looks as if it would be rather late be
fore a verdict is brought in.
Tub Bulletin staff has to thank
Mr. Henry Davis, manoger of the
California Produce Co., for a hand
some donation of fruit and vege
tables, amongst which arc cherries,
apples, rhubarb, and asparagus.
By every steamer the Company are
in receipt of fresh California fruit
Tins noon a gentleman got into
an express wagon at the Government
building and was driven to Nolle's
coffee saloon. The occupant gavo
the driver a dollar, and seventy-five
cents was returned as change, thus
making it a twenty-live cent fare.
It is only ten cents by law. The
driver's number is known.
The California Produce Co., Hotel
street, have received ex Alameda,
on ice, new California fruits, con
sisting of cherries and apples j also
green peas, rhubarb, alparagus, and
fresh butter in tins, hermetically
sealed, a new article. Also received,
fresh garden and flower seeds.
Messjiis. J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.
have received another lot of Melc
Hawaii by tho Alumcila. Those
persons who required numbers to
complete their sets should call nt
once, as they sell like hot cakes.
Lovers of baseball will find anything
in their line. Tho stationery depart
ment hns also been replenished.
Knoat the Hcv. A. L. Breever, wo
have received tho roll of honor at
St. Matthews Hall, San Mateo, Cal.
Tho three young princes and Hon.
John Cummins' son arc attending
the school, In deportment they all
stand nt 100. In grammar Knwa
nunakoa shows 91.08, while in pre
paratory Cummins' record is 90.1,
and Kalaulahaole's 82.1,
Tttnnn U otio honest hackmnn m
tho city and ho Is a unlive. This
morning a business man rodo from
Merchant to Hotel street, tho faro (
boing ten cents. Not having tho
right change ho gavo tho driver
twenty-five cents. About an hour
afterwards the driver returned and
handed fifteen cents change to his
As Dr. Brodie, V. S., was driving
along this afternoon ho was stopped
by n native expressman who asked
tho doctor to examine his horse, as
ho was afraid of glanders. The
doctor did so, and found the horso
was all right. Owing to the strict
measures of the Inspectors, the dis
ease has been almost stamped out
of the city.'
One young Englishman breathes
more freely to-day than he has done
for several days past. He labors
under the idea that an order will
come by mail from the War Ofllcc
for him, ordering him to England
for active service as a soldier. As
there is no more mail for fifteen
days, he must possess his soul in
patience so much longer.
LAST NICHT'S RACES.
About four hundred and fifty per
sons assembled at the Central Park
skating rink last evening to witness
the contest for a three and five mile
contest, for which medals as prizes
were offered. The judges were, W.
Monsarrat, A. Robertson, and Geo.
Smithies; Scorer, Chris Miller; C.
J. McCarthy, Teller. For the five
mile contest there were five started :
D. Davis, A. Lucas, D. Bent, A.
Kremcr, and W. White. The latter
took the lead at the start, but his
skate coming off destroyed his
chance. The other contestants
dropped out one by one with the
exception of Davis, who when he
had completed about three miles was
told he could slop, and the prize, a
gold medal, was awarded. Six
started in tho three mile race : W.
Lucas, E. Hart, W. Hill, B. Whit
ney, G. Pooloa, and J. Spencer.
The race between Lucas and Hart
was very close, until the latter
fouled one of the boundary posts,
which threw him out, and Lucas
was awarded the silver modal.
Afterwards, another race for a 85
gold piece took place between Hart
and Lucas, which was won by the
former, the latter fouling.
Mr. Alex. J. Cartwright, on be
half of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room Association, grate
fully acknowledges the following do
nations of books:" From II. M.
Queen Dowager Emma, "Hawaii
the past, present and future of its
Island Kingdom," by Manly Hop
kins, London, 18GC. From Hon.
W. O. Smith, three volumes of the
Planters Monthly; "The Trans
mission of Life and the Physical
Life of Woman," two volumes; Dr.
Geo. II. Naphey's Philadelphia,
1880; "Famous Americans of Re
cent Times," James Parton, 1 vol.,
Boston, 1881 ; Two volumes and
many odd numbers of Legislative
reports and other valuable docu
ments. NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR.
Messrs. Mellcr & Ilalbe make an
interesting announcement to lovers
of ice cream in to-day's issue.
Their pastry and confectionery shop
on King street is about as elegantly
appointed and richly stocked as any
place of the kind that can be found
anywhere. The ice cream parlor to
be opened on Saturday next will be
in keeping with the rest of the estab
lishment, and must become a fash
ionable resort. People can have ice
cream to order at their homes, from
this firm, and the article is guaran
teed to be the best product of
Woodlawn Dairy cream.
Wednesday, April 22nd.
At Chambers, in equity, before
Justice McCully. Moewai (w.) et
al. vs. Kulua Kamakee. This case
continued from the 18th, is con
cluded. Bill ordered dismissed. S.
Stone vs. B. II. ' Kahananui. In
equity. Hearing beforo Henry
Smith, master, was concluded.
Thuiisdav, April 23rd.
Wa Lcong ct al. vs. J. II. Soper,
Mnrsbnl. A. S. Hartwell for plain
tiffs, the Attorney-General for de
fendant. The case is being heard
before a foreign jury and is still on
trial as wo go to press.
llofore Police Justice Bickcrton.
Con Stuns 1'orsten, for drunkenness,
was fined 85 anil $1 costs. Ah
Hoy, Ah Chec and Ah Iloon were
charged with leaving the kingdom
without a passport. When the Ala
meda arrived yestculay morning,
Turscr Sutton gavo the three men in
charge to the police here. They got
on hoard the last up trip and when
a few hours out were found without
passports, so were kept on board
and brought back. Ilia Honor fined
them '$2f each. Keola, an insane
person, as committed to the Insane
Asylum. Dr. Webb stated he had
examined the man and found he was
Insane and unsafe to be nt liberty.
Ivnululaau was sent lo prison for
five days for assault and battery oil
his wife. W. O. Holland, charged
with assault and battery on Luika,
was remanded until tho 21th.
This evening, Lester Wallack's
beautiful play, " Rosedale, or the
Rifle Ball," will be presented at the
Music Hall by the San Francisco
Dramatic Compaivy. The following
is the cast: Elliott Gray, Mr. E.
T. Stetson ; Myles McKcnna, Mr. J.
P. Rutlcdgo ; Bunbury Kobb, Mr.
Willie Simms ; Matthew Leigh, Mr.
J. R. Morrison ; Col. May, Mr. P.
Malcolm; Doxey, Mr. Geo. Talbot;
Lady Florence May, Miss Minnio
Young; Rosa Leigh, Miss Hnunie
Ingham ; Tabitha Stork, Miss Emma
Heath. There are five acts to the
play, and wo should advise everyone
not to omit witnessing this fine play.
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
The San Francisco Jfttsic and
Drama of April 4th says: "A
company of clever actors left for
Honolulu on the steamer Mariposa
on Wednesday. Tho company in
cludes Willie Simms, E. T. Stetson,
J. P. Rutlcdgo, Hannie Ingham,
Minnie Young, Emma Heath, Fran
cis Malcolm and several others.
They will play all, or nearly all, the
old comedies with several tragedies.
This is an admirable company and
is well worthy of success. They
will remain on the Islands for a
season of six or eight weeks, under
the management of J. P. Rutledge."
" Minnio Young is sure to return
from the Hawaiian Islands with the
regal diamonds in her possession."
"Willie Simms is about to desert
Jane O'Brien for some Hawaiian
The rage for military dramas con
tinues in England. Tho latest, "My
Comrade, or Risen From the Ranks,"
by Charles llorsman, was recently
in rehearsal at the New Theatre Royal,
The Philadelphia Times lias resur
rected an old handbill, which con
tains tins notice: "The public is
forbidden to laugh, because the play
is a tragedy."
There are 28,000 people in Lon
don who get a living out of the stage
by appearing in public on it. The
number of unseen workers who live
by the theatre brings the census
up to 40,000.
An experienced theatrical trainer,
an Englishman, says that American
girls learn the elements of the pro
fession much more rapidly than do
their English sisters, and manifest,
what is rare abroad, a desire to
master every branch of the art, in
cluding even stage management.
Samuel W. Parker, who died in
Brooklyn, March 28th, was one of
the oldest among American actors.
He was eighty-two years of age, and
for fifty years had been playing
steadily, his last appearance being
some six years ago, when he played
' nlrl tnnn " nnrf Willi fnmvn'R
v. v. ...... r...w ....... w.. ,,-J .,
Brooklyn Theatre Company. Ho
came of a histrionic family, and was
well-known all over the continent.
Kate Girard, the well-known act
ress, meet in JNew ion- March liist.
John Ryder, the veteran actor, died
in London, Eng., March 29.
The funny men of the minstrel
boards in the States are beginning
to burlesque the skating rink craze.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-morrow evening at 7:30.
The following is tho programme :
March Kieuzi Wagner
Overture Titus Mo.art
Ballad Morning Beethoven
Selection Klen.l Wagner
Selection Martha Kioto w
Gavotte The Stars Eaton
Waltz Lei Aloha Berger
Polka Skating Kink Berger
Ma ko oe poll, Hawaii Ponol,
We would advise all intending
purchasers of Solid Silver "Ware to
call and examine the elegant display
of Gorham Sterling Silver Ware,
now on exhibition at btoro of M.
Mclnerny. This elegant line of
Solid Silver is hard to beat in any
country, and wo are surprised to
find such a variety of rich costly
articles in any sloro here. 1002 -It
THE NEW APPOINTMENTS.
The Washington correspondent of
the Boston Journal classifies I 'resi
dent Cleveland's appointees as fol
lows: "The appointments so far as
the records of the men can be as
certained, aro creditable. They em
brace in the main three classes:
First, graduutcs of West Point who
early joined the Confederacy, served
in the Ucbel army with distinction
and have held honorable, positions
since tho war; second, gentlemen
who were very active iu the Demo
cratic Presidential Convention for
tlie successful nominee; and, thiid,
gentlemen who are brothers-in-law
of distinguished .men, who, either
as pemocrats or Mugwumps, ron-
tiered valuable service to tho T)emo
crncy in the Inst campaign." This"
Is followed by n history of tho ante
cedents and connections of the men
who arc to occupy prominent posi
t'sns under tho new administration,
which affords considerable grounds
for the statement.
Tlie s. i Dramatic Coif,
Production of Lester Wallack's Buautl
WItli u Xo-.voi-rul Cnwt.
U0013 open sit
at S o'clock.
'X'lCJvJi'i'H. SI. 7Bo. fc OOu,
Reserved Seats at Wiseman's, Box
Plan now open.
On Saturday Afternoon,
'or 1.ik.Uos uml ClilUIron.
Doom open at 1.30, performance com.
mcuccs at i! sharp. Prices 60 cent1)
and -T) ecnts.
A SITUATION hy a young person to
do general house work unit s-e'vini:
Address K. A. this office. 1003 31
IU3U13AS All Hue of Kipahulu.
lias left fur China, and given
charge of his hustness to Wong Koolc
and Kin Ue, and whereas said All Hue
is indebted to several persons and made
no provision to pny hh ci editors, said
Wong Fook and Kin Uc have made an
assienment to Ilyinan Bros, and G. Alo,
of the property belonging to said All
Hue for tho lioncllt of all creditors.
All persons having any claim against
Ah line are requested to present them
duly specified to the underpinned at the
office of Hymnn Bro. within ninety
days. UY.MAJN 1JKUS.,
Honolulu, April 31, lSSi. 1002 lm
SlIMtE"!IE COUKT or the Ha
waiian I-ilaniio. In tho matter of
the Bankruptcy of J. II. BRUMS, .Tu.
Before Mr. .Justice McCully.
J. II. BKUNS, .In., doing business In
Honolulu, Ilnnd of Oahu, having this
day been adjudicated bankrupt on his
own petition. Itisliereuyoiilcreiltliatall
creditors of said bankiupt come in and
prorc their claim', before me, at my
Chambers, in Honolulu, on
WedncMlny, April Si, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
that upon said said day, the creditors
do proceed to hold an ELECTION
of an assignee or assignees of said lank,
rupt estate, and that notice hereof be
published in the Daily J'. C. Advotiscr
ami Daily Biillktin newspapers, from
Ihe JJnd to tiie 29lli of April, nnd in tho
Hawaiian Gazette nt April 2i)ll).
Dated Honolulu, April 21, lS8.r,.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: HiJMUY Smith,
Deputy Clerk. 1003 td
AN opportunity to go to work, hy a
young man who is willing to
make hitnclf generally useful. Is a
competent Book-keeper, salesman or
clerk. No objections lo the country,
can give city references. Enquire or
address J. E. WISEMAN,
1000 lw General Business Ag?nt.
L'ives notice Unit hu will not be
responsible for any debts contracted in
Ills name wiiuoui ins wriiicn oruur.
Honolulu, ApiB in, 1865. iWO lm
''PHE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Port Stiect. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
Or B. P. DlM.INUIUM.
Honolulu, April 1, ISS.1". 085 tf
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, having heard
X their brother, Y. ALAU, intends
marrying in this country, desire to in
form nil concerned that ho is engaged
to a woman in China. AH WA,
Honolulu, March 10tht 188.1. i)73 2in
Builtling Lots for Sale.
QKVERAL building lots for salo or
O rent at Knpalnnm, near tliu Niuhe.
lowai bridge, 011 the Ewa sido of tho
lane leading lo 'Austin's estate. Easy
terms. Apply to AV. C.ACIII,
Law ofllcc of V. R. Cnstle. 837 tf
HTMIE HOUSE and premises sltunted
.i. iu Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, neiiingiiig to aim
iccciitly occupied by .Samuel Nott. Por
particulars, apply to
L. A. THUHbTON,
S3 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 111, IS'fi. WA tf
For Sale or Excliaiirc.
rpiIE HOUSE and premises No. '210
X King St., owned and occupied by
II. N. Mct'licfiuoy, Esip This desirable
icsldcncu will be iold or exchanged for
Improved or pnlmprovcd property. Por
particular' apply to
tt!)2 aw AVERY S. PALMER.
NY AND ALL PERSONS owning
Lots In Nuuanu Valley Cemetery
nro respectfully requested to call at tho
Uillci! 01 tuo unuciiiigneu, uoiwecn 1110
houiu of i) and l'J a. M., from Friday,
17th Apt!!, to Fihhry, 1st May, 18S5, at
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Trensurer Oahu Cemetery Asj'n.
Honolulu, 17th April, 1885. il7 td
NICELY" Furnished Rooms, vcll Vetli
Mlalcd, al NO. 110 King Stfcot,
opposite tlio residence of C. T. Gullck.
A LITTLE girl from 9 to 12 years old,
to wash dishes and play with 11
child 4 years old ; to tho right oue a
good homo and wages acrorulng to the
umount of work she is able to do. Ap.
ply Immediately at this office. S93 lw
ON ACCOUNT of departure from
the Kingdom, all persons owing
1110 are requested lo make immediate
payment to L. A. THURSTON, 38 Mcr.
chant Street, who lias n full power of
attorney to transact nil business for mo
in my nbsencc. Ho is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys due mo, nnd to en.
force payment of nnpaid claims.
Honolulu, March 13, 1SS5. 8C9 2m
A FINE dwelling lot of oer
four acres area on Nuuauu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Rclme.
fer's, Esq., with ancient wnler
tlgiits in addition to Govern.
ment water privilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply lo
JOHN II. PATY,
or to J. E. Wiseman, General Business
Agent. 978 lm
British Benevolent Society.
THE annual meeting of tho Britisli
Benevolent Society will be held
at tin- rooms of the Britisli Club, on
THURSDAY", April 23d, (Saint George's
Day), nt 7."0 r. t. Arrangements -will
also he made for the ccleluallon of Her
Mnjcity Queen Victoria's Birthday. By
order. JAMES A. KENNEDY,
003 Id Secretary.
A GOOD CHANCE !
"jI R. T. R. LUCAS will build on his
XtJL Berolania Street Lots 3 or 4, very
which he can sell nt
Parties desiring a beautiful home in the
suburbs of Honolulu will never get a
better opportunity of purchasing one.
Plans can be seen at Honolulu Planing
Mills. 098 lw
New York & Honolulu Packet
MESSRS. W. H.CROSSMAN
& BRO., 77 Broad street,
N. Y., will despatch a first
class vessel iu this line, from
Now York to Honolulu Direct,
on or nbout JUNE 1G. Pnrlic wishing
to avail themselves of Uub flue opportu
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, April 3, 188.1). 030 lm
HOT 3BTJISTS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to tlie great demand for Hot
Cross Buns ntKaster, and by request of
many of my customers, hereafter 1 shall
HOT IiUXS UI'AIY
for my customers
Every Saturday Afternoon.
Guaranteed ns good as the Easier
Hot CrobS Buns. Leave your orders
Confectioner and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. 003 lm
Has just received per Mariposa some
more of those nice
Ruta Baga Turnips !
Cala Onions, Potatoes, y, bbls and
Kegs Family Beef, bbf Pig Pork,
Kiln and Tins Salmon Bellies, Cala
Rose Butler iu 15 lb Tins.
Sugar Cured Smoked Beef !
Frcsli and nice, by the pound or
piece. Ham-, Bacon, Lard, Flour,
Biati, Wheat, Corn, Ground Barley,
Germca, Small Hominy, Cheese,
ECanuck Maple Syrup !
Dried Peaches, Apples, Plums, Figs,
Senneh Tongues, Schcpp's Dcssirut.
cd Cocoanut, &c.
ALSO, per Auntralin,
(003 i-w) King St
Central Park Mi Riiik
Open everr Afternoon from 1! to 0
and each Evening from ly. to 9",
Admission 25 Cts.
Skates Frco in Afternoons.
Tuesday and Friday Nights,
The ELITE CLUB Meet., nnd only
Ladies Admitted Free,
OX KU.VI'EH 3 C'EXTK.
Roller Coaster Runs
Monday, Thursday & Saturday Nicl.ti