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FRIDAY, Jl'JCE fi, 188.-..
iSliin- l.ehtmfioui liidum-il
Stuii'tlnn I Dow -I'll iron
Schr Unterlna fiimi llnnnlcl
Slim-Mnknlll for Mnlnknt
15k Aulotnne for 1 1 utiil toltlt Hay
Sliur 0 It UMiop for Kauai la Wnlaiinc
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Waleliu for Kuloa
Schr Wallcle for Mnllko
Sehr Catci Ina for Ilanaloi
VESSELS IN PORT.
HMne Discovery, l'crrlinan
Bgtnc North Star. Morehouse
Hk Automne, Lnlne
Bktnc Mary Wtiiklcinnn
Ilk C O Whlttnorc, Callioun
Tlic HtmrTns I Dowctt arrived tills
morning from Molokal. She brought
no freight. She sails on Mondav p in
for Molokal, Lahaina & Lnnnl.
The Mary Wlliklcinnii and Jennie
Walker arc in thu stream.
Schr Walchu brought 120 bags of su
gar, the Wallele l.OSl) bags of sugar and
the Watoll 8SS baga of sugar.
The 0 0 Whll more will sail for Poit
Townsend fiimi! time next week. She
will return willi lumber.
The bgtno North Star, Capt More
house, 11 days from NowenMle via Ta
hiti, is (locked near the foot, of Fort
street, discharging. She brought fiOO
tons of coal which was bought bv Irwin
& Co. The North Star was here about
l)i years ago. She vylll sail for S F
probably with sugar.
Stmr Lchua brought 2,900 bags of
sugar. She sails on Mondav.
The schr Catcrlna anived this morn
ing with 700 bags of sugar from Hana
lei. Slic was liluo days coining. The
Capt reports no wind.'
A bark was telephoned this morning
not many miles off. Her name is not
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS..
A coukt martial will be held
the Armory this evening.
A xicu four-roomed cottage at a
low rent is advertised to let.
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
"A Fisii-K.vnxG Vi:(!i:tahu:" and
other selections on fourth page.
Tin: Y. M. C. A. Arithmetic class
meets this evening at the usual time.
A iiousi: containing five or six
rooms and bathroom is advertised
To-night is ladies' night at the
Central Park skating rink, and the
band will be in attendance.
To-mokkow afternoon the Married
Men's and Pacific's nines play a
match game of baseball at Makiki.
A nuNDLi: of linen rags has been
left at this ofllce bj' Mrs. J. II. Paty
for the Branch Hospital, Kakaako.
Thk Royal Hawaiian Band will
give its usual concert at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 4 :30
Ox Tuesday next at 10 o'clock,
Lyons & Levey will sell the entire
household furniture at the residence
of Mr. Nichols, No. 8 Emma street.
Tin: assignees of the estate of A.
W. Richardson & Co. give notice
that legal proceedings will be taken
against all accounts not paid before
Tin: schooner Fanny Gilmoro, re
cently purchased by Allen & Robin
son, will be placed under the Hawai
ian flag and
her name changed to
Tin: box plan for the series of per
formances by Dion Boucicault and
Company will open at J. E. Wise
man's olllce to-morrow morning at
Examination of Students of N. V.
M. I. will take place to-morrow
morning in Kawaiahno Church, from
9 to 12 o'clock. Addresses of
graduating class will be given at
Kawaiahao Church, 7.30 v. m.
Tins evening Manager Wall of the
Yosemilo skating rinlc offers two
beautiful gold medals for the best
fancy skating by gentlemen. There
arc already four entries and those
who attend will bee some pretty skating-
In the matter of tho bankruptcy
of Kwong Fook Wo Company, claims
must be proved before tho Chief
Justice nt his chambers, on Tuesday
next, June JJth, at 10 a. m. An
assignee or assignees will be elected
at tho same time.
Ox Saturday, Juno 20th, at 12
o'clock noon, Mr. E. V. Adams will
sell n quantity of goods and mer
chandise at tho premises, No. 90
Nuuanu street, being tho same dis
trained from Ilomnu for non-payment
of rent by F. Aki.
To-mouuow evening occurs the
concert at St. Louis College. Mrs.
Bowler and tho College choir will
render vocal selections. Messrs.
Krafl, Marques, Alldiiclsnnd Merger,
nnd llio St. Louis College brass band,
will furnlMi iiistiunit'iitnl music.
Tiir. new steamer .Tunics 1. Dow-
sclt returned this morning from her
trial liip. Site lunched at (hi1 leper
wllleiuout and oilier places. Fred
Wiindenberg, one uf her owners, who
made the trip, is delighted willi the
sea-going qualities of the steamer.
Dr.iTiv Marshal Dayton has come
Into possession of two rings, one u
very heavy gold one with a blood
stone, the other of lighter make with
eight pearls. There is no doubt
they have been stolen, and Mr. Day
Ion would like to know to whom they
Tin: adjourned annual meeting of
the Hawaiian iMission Children's
Society will be held nt the Y. M. C.
A. Hall Monday evening. The re
tiring President's address will be
delivered and Miss Annis Montague
and Mr. Chas. Turner will be pre
sent and render vocal selections.
Tin: day before yesterday a horse
attached to a light break, and own
ed by Mr. Ehrlieh, manager of the
Temple of Fashion, ran away and
smashed the vehicle all to pieces.
It appears the man having charge
of it took off the bridle while the
animal was in the shafts, which
scared it, causing it to bolt.
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Tun steamer Lchua brings the
news of the dcatli of John S. Hick
aid, brother of W. II. Hickard,
Manager of the Ilonokaa Sugar Co.,
which took place at live o'clock last
Tuesday afternoon, from fever. The
deceased was about twenty-one
years of age and had been sick for
about two weeks. He was educated
at Iolani College.
Yestchhay afternoon the Royal
Hawaiian Band went out to the
branch hospital, Kakaako, in one of
Dodd's busses, and discoursed ex
cellent music much to the delight of
the poor unfortunate lepers. The
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, acting Gov
ernor, His Ex. the Premier, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred II. Ilayscldcn, Mr. Jaeger
and several others were present.
In the photographic studio of Mr.
James Williams, Fort street, may
be seen a splendid life-size bust of
our well-known citizen, Mr. Alex. J.
Cartwriglit. It is executed in water
colors from a cabinet photograph,
and is one of the finest pieces of
work we ever saw from the brush of
Mr. Chas. Furneaux. The many of
our old residents who have viewed it
are delighted with its faithfulness.
Dox't forget the prize candy
packages at Hawaiian Bazar to-morrow
evening. -10 2t
Full value, and in
more, in the Hawaiian
candy packages. No
Fnusii and new goods by every
steamer from I he Coast. King
Rros.' frame and cornice makers.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Niiuanu street. D80. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected slock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The board of representatives of
thu Honolulu Fire Department held
their regular meeting last evening.
The Fire Marshal's and Secretary's
reports were read and accepted. It
was voted to put up a monument in
the Nuuanu Valley Cemetery to in
dicate the firemen's burial lot. Mr.
McGuiro was re-elected Fire Mar
shal and Mr. Henry Smith, Secre
tary, both by acclamation. Both
gentlemen's services for the past
year have been highly appreciated
by the board. Mr. John iSott was
installed as Chief Engineer for the
ensuing year, and Julius Ascli as
Second Assistant Engineer, their
certificates of election being handed
over to them by the Committee on
Election. Congratulations and
speeches followed. Tho nowly
elccted First Assistant Engineer, M.
D. Monsarrat, being absent from
the island, his instalment was post
poned. A committee of three
Messrs. J. II. Boyd, A. II. Rascmann
and J. Aseli was appointed to Hud
out who originated the idea of the
Celestial clllgy. At tho meeting
last evening this clllgy, which has
caused so much amusement, was
dissected, to find out any clue to the
perpetrators if possible. All the
clothing was new and the marks of
tho maker were found on it, which
may lead to something. If it is
found to have been done by mem
bers of tho department, they will be
expelled upon their guilt being esta
blished by trial.
When Mrs. Homespun read that
Mary Anderson had abandoned "The
Hunchback," she remarked : "ou
can't really blame her. It would
have been too bad for a pooty gal
like her to marry a hunchback,"
Hawdl.m Evnnncllcal Association.
Ji'NK Ith, 188fi.
Mr. W. W. Hall, Treasurer, read
his statement of receipts and ex
penditures of the year. The manu
script of this repeat, tnough read in
Hawaiian, was written in English:
Oahu: -Foit Street Church per
J. A. Cruzan, 7H.20; Ivalihl and
Moanalua per S. I'aalubi, 15.00;
nftcr sermon by S. K. Paaluhl,
.'35.00; after sermon by Kalli, 10.55 ;
Bethel Church per E. C. Oggcl,
28.00; Ewa, 10.50; Kauhi, 1.50;
estate of John II per A. F. Judd,
45.19 ; Gilbert Islanders in Honolulu
per II. Bingham, 8.C0; Waialua
Church, S. N. Emerson, 25.00 ; Mrs.
Haalelea, 2.00 ; Hailama, 2.00 ; Wai
kanc Church, E. P. Aiku, 25.00;
Waimanalo, S. WViwaiole, 10.00;
Kawaiahao, II. H. Parker, ilOO.OO;
Kancohe, per Kamaunu, 20.00:
SI, 270.5 1
Gilbert Islands 123.70
Caroline Islands 72.75
California, per L. Kualawa,
Balance from last year 1,733.80
Oahu: Mrs. M. S. Rice, G00.0O;
estate of John li, per A. F. Judd,
100.00; Waialua Church, per S. N.
Emerson, 25.00 ; Hauula, per Ka
apu, 30.00; Waikanc, per E. P.
Aikuc, 20.00: 8775.00
American Board towards
salaries of J. Bicknell and
II. II. Parker 800.00
Balance from last year
Avails from Book Depot
Mrs. M. S. Rice '
Balance from last year
Oahu: S. N. Castle, 125.00;
Sale of Waialua School premises,
2,031.25; Kaumakapili Church, A.
L. Smith, 72.50 ; Bethel Church, E.
C. Oggcl, 40.20; Mrs. M. S. Rice,
250.00 ; from Kohnla Seminary not
Balance from last year
American Bible Society,
books sold and invoiced 1,300.90
Gilbert Islands, avails of
books, 501.50; Balance
from lastycar, 5G1. 17 : 1,005.73
Marshall Islands, avails of
books per E. M. Pease,
119.40; Balance from
last year, 20.75 : 1 70. 1 5
Caroline Islands, avails of
books, F. E. Rand,
19.25; From Mortlock,
R. Wr. Logan, 2G.25: 45.50
From American Board toward
salary of F. W. Damon, $1,000.00 ;
Home Mission balance account,
N. P. M. Institute from Homo
Mission to balance account, $580, GO.
Total Receipts, including
Balances from la9t .
Microncsian Mission $S, 9 10.55
Homo Mission 2,409.85
Chinese Work 1,545.00
N. P. M. Institute 580.00
American Bible Sociely
Draft to bal. acct. 1,300.90
General Fund 4,748.88
Gilbert Island Publications 099.32
Caroline Island Publications 80.22
Marshall Island Publica
CJiiEili on hand
The balances to tho
the several accounts are
Publications, 424.28; Home Mis
sions, 48.70; Gilbert Inland Publi
cations, 3CC.41 ; General Fund,
479.74; Foreign Missions, 578.92:
Less, Debt of Caroline Island
Publications, 84.72 ; Marshall Island
do, 150.72: total, $191.44 ; leaving
the net balance cash on hand, as
The accounts wcio audited nnd
found correct by Mr. P. C. Jones.
Un being repotted from the Examin
ing Committee, Dr. Hyde, Messrs.)
Desha nnd Kapahl, lliey were ap
proved by thu association, and the
Ticasurer warmly commended for
his faithfulness and for the invaria
bly polite manner in which ho had
discharged the man", and sometimes
perplexing duties of his position.
After prayer and singing, ad
journed to 1 p.m.
Rev. C. M. llydc, 1). D., read
the 8th annual report of the North
Pacific Missionary Institute. Thcro
have been fourteen students in at
tendance, seven of Ihcin entering
this year. Studies pursued have
been similar to those of former
years, and in addition the study of
the rudiments of Hawaiian Grammar
and the elements of Rhetoric.
The foreign missionary work came
up for discussion. Several spoke
warmly on this topic, among others
Lelco, the blind missionary from
Apaian. It was voted (I) to urge
the Hawaiian Boaid to make imme
diate preparations to send out six
new missionaries to the Gilbert
Islands; (2) to urge the church to
contribute one-quarter additional to
the amount given this year ; (3) to
urge pastors and associations to seek
out suitable young men, and fill up
the Training School.
THE H. E. A. CONCERT.
There was a full house at the
concert last evening in the Katima
kapili Church under the auspices of
the II. E. A. The pillars about the
platform were gaily decked with
banana leaves and wreaths of olean
ders. Screens from the corners of
the platform, extending to the sides
of the building, formed retiring
rooms for the singers and players on
instruments. The singers consisted
of parties from the different Sunday
schools of Waianac, AYaikahalulu,
Ewa, Maui, Kancohe, Rain Kua
hine (Manoa Valley). The duties
of stage manager were ably per
formed by David Waiwaiolc.
Following is the programme, in
which the classes are designated by
the names of the several places they
Lu ia mill Walkalmlulii
Konial ana ko Ala Waianac
Lu null kc Aloha, (quartette.) Ewa
Wai o Hillawi!
Merrily We Go..
Home ma o
lie Inoa no Llliu
Hoi Mai Oo
Lawe'a nuii, (duet)
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Kahoa.
Tuberose, (solo) Kancohe
Aole O'u Mukuahluu i keia wa.Waianae
Lu ia Mai Waialua
ICo mal nclkc Ala Manoa
ICuu Lei Lchua Maul
Row, Lads, Row, (quartet lu)
Misses Amara. A.S.Mahaulu,.S. ICaualu.
Kuliiaumnc, (solo) hilla Walanlka
ICuu Mea Nui, (solo) Walanae
llalla no ka Alio! Wniauau
Wai o ka Niu Haohao Walanae
Pua Kakoili, (olo) S. ICauwalu
Pouo Makou Maul
Mapu kc Ala Waianac
The Hono a Piilani and the Wai
anac classes were the strongest both
in numbers and in power of execu
tion. Their appearances were greet
ed with loud expressions of appro
bation, CTcry time. The former was
a phalanx of nine young men, the
latter consisted of eight female and
eight male voices. Nearly every one
of their pieces was enthusiastically
encored. The Waialua class re
ceived an encore after "Eliukai."
The Manoa Valley party were en
cored at the close of "Hoi Mai Oc,"
upon which the leader, Julia Wala
nika, returned and gave "Manu
Nani" in brilliant style, which was
also encored. The Waialua class,
with "Luia Mai" and chorus, "E
Alu Like Kakou," drew a continued
hhowcr of silver coins, of 5, 10, 25
and 50 cent pieces, on to the stage.
At the close of tho song, the gather
ing up realized $20.85. The same
piece, in tho early part of the even
ing, had brought a lighter shower of
Sl.85. The English pieces sung
suffered no depreciation from being
rendered by Hawaiian voices. The
crowning effort of the evening was
by the Waianac party, who rendered
"Mapu ho Ala" in splendid style,
and then led off the orchestra and
audience, in closing the programme
with the Hawaii Ponoi.
W. B. M. TEA PARTY.
The annual tea party given by tho
Woman's Board of Missions to the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association
was held in tho vestry of Fort Street
Church yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock. There was a largo attend
ance of pastors, delegates and their
wives, with members of the Woman's
Board and other friends interested
in the religious welfare of the Ha
waiian people. Small tables had
been placed around tho room, nt
which the invited guests were seated
in groups. After a generous supply
of sandwiches, cake and coffee had
been enjoyed to the full, brief ad
dresses were given by Rev. G. Lcleo,
5'ipi n i M.-jy,aai
Rev. L. Smith, D. D., Rev. S. L.
Desha, Rev. E. O. Oggcl, Rev. S.
Kaiapa, and Miss Mary E. Green.
As thu twilight deepened into dusk,
thu party broke up, after an hour
and moic of social Chiistinn enjoi-
This morning Deputy Marshal
Dayton received a telephonic mes
sage from Waimannlo to the effect
that the dead bodies of a Chinaman
and hirf .on, a half Chineso and
native boy, had been found in llio
river about n mile below the planta
tion. The man, whose name is Ah
Kui, lived alone with his two boys,
l'ika, aged ten years, and lunuc,
who is about live years old. He
obtained his living by raising ducks.
Ah Kill was married to a native wo
man by the name of Waiauwia, but
they have not lived together for
several years. She is residing in
town and has gone to the bad. Last
evening the younger of the two boys
went up to the Waimanalo planta
tion", and from what could be learn
ed it was evident there was some
trouble with his father and brother.
It was a very dilltcult matter to get
a word out of him. However, this
morning some men went down to the
house and in the river close by,
which is very deep, they saw the
two bodies floating on the surface.
The boy had no clothing on, while the
father was dressed, and from this it
is supposed that the boy while
bathing was in danger of being
drowned, and the father jumped
into the water to save him, the
result being that both were drowned.
The leading Chinaman over there is
perfectly satisfied that the deaths
were caused by accidental drowning,
so there is no need of an inquest.
Hon. A-a Kaulia, the District Judge
there, was soon at the spot to render
any assistance. The grandmotlior
of the drowned boy was at the Station-House
this morning, and feels
the little fellow's death very much.
FniDAY, June 5th.
Before the Chief Justice. Alilo
vs. Lee Kan, equity hearing. The
Court examined the accounts of W.
R. Austin as receiver and confirmed
the same, and accepted Mr.
Austin's resignation, lie having left
the kingdom. Mr. V. V. Ashford
was appointed receiver.
John Nott vs. Chas Smith and
others. In equity. The Court
heard arguments of counsel on
several petitions that were filed, and
appointed Tuesday next as the day
for hearing argument on demurrer
filed by defendants. Kinney and
Peterson for plaintiff, V. V. Ash
ford for Smith and Burgess, and F.
M. Hatch for T. II. Davios &Co.
Chow Tai was charged with dis
orderly conduct by using rude
language to a lady on King street.
He was found guilty and sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
ten (lays. Kcalaiki was charged
with drunkenness. Being an old
offender he was sent over the reef
for seven days.
An Austin dude has been owing
Col. Ycrgcr S20 for a long time, so
the other day he dropped the forget
ful man a note, requesting htm to
settle. Next day Col. Ycrger re
ceived a nolo from the careless
debtor. "There's no money in it,"
said Col. Ycrgcr as soon as he looked
at the address. "How do you
know?" asked a friend. "Because
it is addressed to General Ycrgcr in
stead of being addressed to Col.
Ycrgcr ; that means that he takes it
out in politeness." On the letter
being opened no money was found in
rrUIE machinery of thu steamer W
X Reed, in whole or in parts.
ply to tno omen oi i no
7 lw PAOl PIC NAVIGATION CO.
OXI5 llnu Saddle Ilorpc, (S years old.
Cream color, black points. Ap
ply to W. II. BAILEY.
MM 1.13 IQJLiIOVE
Xo. Mfi llolttl Htn-ol.
Thcfiu new Parlor, containing sixteen
PmvATi: Rooms, have been elegantly
decorated mid limiirhrd, and will bu
kept as a flrsl.olns.s rcori. Thu
Celebrated Elito Ico Cream
Will bu made from pine cream with
pine delicious llavorings. Vanilla, Lc.
mon, Orange, Pino Apple, Strawberry,
Peach, Almond, Collee Glnce, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo varlctv. Served with Cane
made on llio Premises. Icu Cream
Drinks made to order in any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Alu and Tahiti Le
monade, Robert's choicest candies re
coived fresh by every steamer, Faml
ll(!3, Pai lies, Halls nnd Widdiugs sup.
plied at shoit notice. Ladles can havu
their liome-miule Cicams fro.eu nnd
Cakes baked to ordei at reasonable
prices. A largo assortment of Shells,
Coral?, Volcanic Specimens, Tnpns and
general Island Cut los always on hand
at reasonable prices.
JI. J. HART,
Proprietor of the Klito Icu Cream Par
lorB. Hlng up Telephone No. 162.
IUH MAN anil wlli.wlth accommo
dation to cook fur lhcmelvc. or
hoard with llio family. Annlv nt 187
XI K. CHAS. IIOYT'S .Shoc'lng Shop
L'.l wilt bo oiicn on Momlnv moraine.
Hi' has fuut down n iaoi
ftring houes a specially.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
VfO. 7 CHAPLAIN STHT-ET. Lcs.
JL ions given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington. Photograph nnd
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Flowers In Wax, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, 1 lair, Crjslal, Fen
thcr mid Flsliscalc. All kinds of Km.
broidery and Designing taught with
SkeU'lon Head, Lace, Comb, OI.19S, Shell
and llullion work. For term?, etc. an.
ply to A. M. I1UHKE,
;t!l Rin Temple of Fashion.
rpilK STORK lately ocruninl by
i Samuel Nott, In Campbell's Mock,
on Fort Street. Annlv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or 11. F. DiLMKiuiAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1S85. 0S5 tf
HAVING obtained the services of a
fli-!t.class Piano Tuner, we wish
to Inform the public that, we are able to
Tune anil Itepiir Pianos at s-hort notice.
All ordi'is loll with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
lOIi'J ly WV.ST, DOW it CO.
rrillE umlciidgiicd, Aligners of the
JL Estate of J. L Itusmbcri;, are pro
pared to reculvt bids up to SATURDAY,
.lune 0th, at 12 in. for the purchase of
the entbe ttock us now in the store,
comer Fort and Muirhanl Streets. Any
one wishing to examine t lie stock can do
'to upon application to Thro. F. Lansing
at the More of M. Phillip & Co.
W. C. PAH ICE. ) .,,,
TIIKO. F. LANSING Awignccj.
rMIE uiuleisigncd, having been ap.
X pointed Assignees in the Estate of
J. L. Rosenberg, bankrupt, all persons
are hereby notified to pay to the under,
signed any amounts due to the said
bankrupt and to make immediate pay.
ment ot the frame.
TIIEO. F. HANSING.'""0"
Honolulu, June 1st, 18S5. !17 fit
Lost, Strayed oi Stolen.
"rpHE 10th Duke of Manchester,"
X a large red short horn 13 til 1, pro
perty of thu Woodlawn Dairy & Slock
Co., anyone finding thta Hull a'nd lutiiru
hit; same to said Uompauy will be Miitti.
30 tw Wooiuwn Daihv k. Siocic Co.
P. 150WEN, Into of New
has opened an Art Needle
Work nnd Dres-miiking establishment
over Frank Hertz's boot and bhoe store,
No. 10.1 Foil Street. Kciulnj.'lnii, Ana
sene, Chenille and Klbhon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stamping and designing dona in the
best manner at reasonable rates. 2!) L'w
TVTOTICE is hereby given thai
Xr parties wishing to have
XJol IrcNliiiicut Sliuulw
at ICapinlnui Fails, on June 11th, ISS-I,
must apply without delay to the
Foot HectioiiN, $15.00.
J. E. WISKMAN,
Per order Kaplolani l'aik Atfoclation.
"ATll. H. IJABBEK. late manager of
ilX thu Astor House, begs to announce
to his friends and the public in general
that he has pin chased thu Saratoga
Hoiihu, mid will reopen on Sunday,
May 21th. First-class board by the
.week, month or transient. Special no
commodation for ladies and families.
Rending Parlors open for guests of the
house. The coolest dining rooms in ihe
city. No Hies. 20 2m
Tiuiiti Mm lit.
Malinoo with Music ovcry Wednesday After
noon. Juno !i, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold nnd (diver medals
Juno r, Grand JJon.Hoii Tarty. 25 Id
"V7"E thu undersigned aro prepared
T T to furnish household tervants,
collect bills, ami do Anglo-Chinese in.
terprt'liiig ami n generul agency busi
ness, Cliargt'3 moderate.
SOYONQ & AHPHAUT,
DO Cm 43 Nuuium St
ticsBtomes." w -T
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