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Yosemite Skating Hal!,
QUEEN ST., NEAR RJCHARB.
MR. WALL takes this opportunity of informing his patrons and the
public in general, that the above popular place of amusement is AGAIN
OPEN. The building having been enlarged to twice its original size, which
makes the skating surface the largest unobstructed lloor on the Islands. All
necessary improvements have been made for spectators as well a1, r-katers.
AT THIS POPLAR RESORT,
EVERY AFTERNOON & EVENING
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Nights,
To t3a.e IP-a.'bllc in. greneraul. i
Tuesday and Friday Nights, to ladies and their escorts.
Saturday Afternoons for Ladies and Children only.
Refreshments Sold Within the Building !
Admission free in afternoons, with skates for 25 cents.
Admission 25 cents in evenings, with Skates free.
Open every afternoon from 2 to 5, and from 7 to 9 :30 every evening.
THE BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE
on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings, and Wednesday Afternoons
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
Honolulu, May 15th, 1885.