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SATURDAY, .IL'NK (5, IwsT"
Stuir Llkellke from K'lilmliii
Stmr .las Makee from Kapaa
Sclir Hob Hoy from ICooliui
Sehr lintnhow from Knolau
Hk Tycoon from Newcastle
1 a.uu-un.'.in Li j
Sehr Wnlehu for Koloa
Sehr Wnilelo for Mullko
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Stmr l.lkollkc for ICnliulul
Slinr.fas 1 Dowsed, for Windward ports
Sehr Hob Hoy for Ivoolait
Slmr I.elnia for Windward poits
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa
Sehr Waloll for llonoinu
Sehr ltalnbow for Koolau
Sehr Cateilna for Uanalcl
Vessels in port.
Bktnc Discovery, Penhnan
Tigtne North Star. Morehouse
Bk Atitoinnc, Labia
Hktnc Mary Wlnklcmnn
Bk C 0 Whltmore, Calhoun
Bk Tycoon, Klokaby
From JCahulul per stmr Llkellke,
June 0 C W Ashford, Dr, Kuelui, lion
L McCully, Dr Sutliff, G 0 AVlllianis,
Miss L Croekcd, W O Parke, Mr Good
ness, J K Wilson, M K Silva, J S Webb,
C Baker, Chns Wall & 3 prisoners.
From Kapaa and Hnnaiuaulu per
stmr Jas Mukeu, June 0 Mr Weight. J
1J Frost. Dan Lovell, W Brown and HO
Stun- Llkellke brought 330 bags of
Throe racing horses arrived by the
stmr Jas Makee this morning from Ka
paa. via llanniuaulu. One belongs to
Col ZS Spalding, one to Dan Lovell and
the other was brought down by W
Brown. The Mnkee had to go to Haua
uiaulu to get the hoisos, because a
strong southerly wind was blowing at
Capt Godfrey says, the stmr W G
ITall will arrive here on Tuesday morn
ing Instead of Wednesday on account of
The machinery of the stmr W II Heed
is nil out. She will be mailo a three
masted schooner. Her 2 masts remain
as they arc, and another mast will be
put in between them. She will pro
bably run to the South Sea Islands in
lilace of the lost Kaluna.
The Brit Bk Tycoon, Capt Bickaby,
arrived yesterday afternoon. (!." days
from Newcastle NSW witli 50!) tons of
coal to Wilder & Co. She is anchored
In the .stream.
Sehr Bainbow brought 572 bags of
Stmr .Tas Makee brought 1,B3S bag of
sugar, 1G5 bags of paddy, 30 hides and
Mr Greig of Fanninga Is, says that ho
intends to remain here for some time &
that the sehr Jennie Walker will un
doubtedly remain in the stream until he
is ready to go home.
The Kinau is due to-morning at (i
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Puzzli: department on our fourth
will arrive to-morrow
Tin: Anqlican Church Chronicle
for June is out to-day.
Timci: prisoners arrived by the,
Likelike this morning.
Baskhau. match, this afternoon at
Makiki between the Benedicts and
His Majcst' the King will return
from Kauai to-morrow morning by
the Hleaincr Planter.
This evening a concert will be
given at the St. Louis College for the
benefit of poor Hawaiians.
TniuTV-Fivu ycavs ago on Monday
the lion. W. C. Parke was appointed
Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands.
Tm: usual gospel temperance
meeting nt the Bethel Union Church
vestry this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tin: Iloyal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Emma Square
Monday evening, commencing a
W Tub P. M. S. S. City of Sydney is
due from the Colonics any time after
noon of to-morrow. Letter writers
should take notice.
The steamer James Makee brought
three race horses this morning from
Kauai. Tlicy will take part in tho
races on Kauichameha Day.
The O. S. S. Mariposa is due on
Monday at noon from San Francisco
with dates to tho 1st inst. Impor
tant news may bo expected by her.
Tnu California Produce Co., will
be glad to liavo you call round nt
their storo on Monday, soon after the
arrival of the Mariposa, Do not for
get. Tin: addresses of the graduating
class of the North Pacific Missionary
Institute will be given this evening
nt the Kawniahao Church at 7:30
Mh. N. S. Sachs, proprietor of tho
Popular Millinery store, has loft at
this oillec a large bundle of hats for
tho children at the Branch Hospital,
Tnc box plan for thft Bouelonnlt
performances opened nl Wiseman's
tills morning at 9 o'clock, and nearly
SGOO worth of tickets wcro sold up
Monday will bo a gala day with
Lewis f: Co., ns the Mnilposa will
bring llicin n large quantity of fresh
fruits, llsh nml vegetables. Leave,
orders earl v.
Tm: meeting at-the V. M. C. A.
at 0:30 o'clock to-morrow evening
will be one of special interest to
young men. Gcn'l Secretary Fuller
will lead it.
Tin: Mother Superior at the
Branch Hospital desires to thank
Mrs. Paly and Mr. Sachs for their
donations of rags and hats for the
inmates of the institution.
Si'oimxu men should bear in mind
that the entries for the races on Ka
lnehamcha Day close on Monda at
2 p. in., at tho ofllcc of Secretary C.
O. Bcrgcr, Merchant street.
A iiaxdsomi: side bar buggy with
three bow leather lop, olid a three
quarter seat trotting wagon nearly
new are advertised for sale by Mr.
Agnew, on account of departure.
Mit. Justice McCully returned by
the Likelike this morning, from hold
ing a term of the second Circuit
Court at Wailuku. His. Ex. the
Attorney General returns to-morrow.
At the Y. M. C. A. Hall to-morrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, a
special religions service will be held.
The Rev. J. A. Cruzan will preach
a short sermon to Young men. Sub
ject, "Tho Uncrowned King".
Tin: Saturday Press in its to
day's issue, in speaking of the
examination of the Kawaiahao Girls'
School, makes the extraordinary
statement that, "Every year the
children s,com to grow whiter."
Tin: Hon. "W. C. Parke, as a
Commissioner of the Court, sold at
"Wailuku this week,' the following
lnnds belonging to the estate of
John Kaaua: 10;f acres pasture
land at Malcawao, 8500 ; a lot with
buildings at Paia, $1,000; 08 acres
of grazing land at Ilonaulu, $250;
22J acres of grazing laud at the
ainc place, 835.
Don't forget the prize candy
packages at Hawaiian Bazar this
evening. -10 2t
Full value, and in some cases
more, in the Hawaiian Bazar prize
candy packages. No foolishness
about this. -10 2t
Fnr.su and new goods by every
steamer from 1hc Coast. King
Bros.' frame and cornice makers.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on hand in
addition to their large and well
selected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rice Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
The Chief Justice was again occu
pied yesterday in hearing Alabama
claims. Mr. 'L. A. Thurston ap
peared for the administrator, Mr.
W. O. Smith, and the following
amounts arc payable at his office :
Name Original Claim Ital. Due.
Tom S70.GO .-,.-,,& t
Kaapa 70.!j8 nr..i2
Bolabola S0.21 01.10
Kcalalki 02.2S 18.0.1
Four other claims were postponed
for further testimony. In tho estate
of Nunu, an Alabama claimant, the
Court reversed the decision rendered
last Tuesday, awarding the property
to Kamanobaka, and decreed the es
tate to Mclo and Kaikaina, whose
claims arc preferred to Kamano
haka's, as being nieces of deceased,
Karaanohaka's relationship being too
remote to take into account.
Kualani for drunkenness was fined
85 and costs. Geo. II. Green, an
express driver, was tried on a charge
of heedless and furious driving.
From tho evidence it appears that
he was driving his horse at a fast
pace along Berctania street, last
Monday evening, when he ran it
against a telephone post, tho result
being the carriage was all smashed
to pieces. One witness stated the
defendant was drunk. His Honor,
after all tho evidence was in, re
manded lii in for judgment until
Monday. Mr. Avery prosecuted,
and Mr. Kinney appeared for the
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at ! :30.
The following is tho programme:
Overture Sllvana Weber
Galop Hunting FntiRt
Finale Bigoletto. Vcidl
HeuiliiUcences of ilelllnl Godfrey
Selection Murltaua Wallace
March Secret Love Eilcnberg
Hawaiian Evangelical Attoclatlon,
Ji-ni. Ilh, 188o.
The Nov. A. (J. Forbes was re
elected General Secretary, and Mr.
W. "W. Ilnll, Treasurer.' The olec-
, tioii3, in both cases, were by ballot,
and unanimous, me election ot the
first class of members of the Hawai
ian Board was then proceeded with.
There were re-elected llev. E. Bond,
llev. J. A. Cruzan, Mr. P. C. Jones,
lion. A. F. Judd and llev. S. Pan
lull! ; and elected to fill vacancies,
J. Kcluaa, B. Kaaua, A. F. Cooke,
and llev, J. M. Alexander: all to
serve three years.
Three more reports of the stale of
the churches were read, the number
of these reports being now forty-five.
llev. Paulo tcad the report of the
Maul Presbytery, and the llev.
Mnnasseh the report of the same
Presbytery on the slate of tho 17
churches within its bounds, on Maui,
Molokai and Lanni. Five churches
have no pastors. There is in tho
leper settlement, a church, called
Siloam, of 131 members, with a
native pastor. This church is re
ported to havo been annoyed by the
Roman Catholic priest, during the
past year, using every artifice to
draw away tho people into his fold,
even threatening them with expulsion
from the settlement. The churches
in Maui arc reported to be enjoying
their usual prosperity, and are mak
ing cheering progress. Some of tho
churches in tho bounds arc, however,
advancing but slowly.
J. G. Kalana reported from the
committee on religious meetings, re
commending the observance of the
sacrament of the Lord's Supper in
the Kawaiahao Church on Sabbath
next at 3 o'clock r. m. Adopted.
The report of the Committee on
Associations' reports was read by Dr.
Hyde. The committee referred
specially to the duty of supporting
pastors, and warned those connected
with tho Young People's Christian
Associations against giving up the
training of their children to Sunday
schools and to other people.
J. B. Kanaikc reported from the
committee on statistics, saying that
while soma of the returns were
models of correctness, others were
just the reverse; and urging upon
the officers responsible for these
documents the duty of making their
statistics full and reliable.
Reports of committees appointed
at a previous session, on resolutions
referring to deceased members, were
read and adopted.
The Hawaiian Board met in the
evening in the Kaumakapili Church,
anil organized for the coming j'car.
Hon. A. F. Judd was elected Pre
sident; Mr. II. Waterliousc, Vice
President; Dr. C. M. Hyde, Re
cording Secretary; Mr. P. C. Jones,
Auditor. The usual Standing Com
mittees were appointed, on Foreign
Missions, Home Missions, Publica
tions, and Education. Itwasicsolved
to publish COO copies in each lan
guage, Hawaiian and Englisdi, of the
report of the current meeting of the
II. E. A.
KAWAIAHAO CIItLS' SCHOOL.
The examination of the Kawaiahao
Girls' School took place at nine
o'clock. The II. E. Association was
there in force, besides a largo num
ber of spectators, among whom were
Their Itoyal Highnesses the Prin
cesses Liliuokalani, Likelike, the
Hon. A. F. Judd, Mrs. Judd, and Mr.
and Mrs. Turner. Eighty-six pupils
were in attendance. The singing
was of a high order, Mary Kui Tsin
(Chinese), playing accompaniments
in good style. The exercises con
sisted chiefly of scripture recitations
and lessons, English composition,
arithmetic, and out door gymnas
tics. Every part of the examination
was gone through in the most crcdU
tabic manner. The marching and
manoeuvres out doors of the girls
would do honor to a body of regular
troops. Principal Mrs. Alexander
and her co-workers, arc conducting
the establishment in a highly efficient
The association was engaged near
ly all of this session in discussion of
overtures on mission and the powers
of trustees of churches in respect to
church property. Tho result of the
discussion ou missions appeared.
owing to a misplacement of "copy,"
in our report of the business of
Thu Annual Kxamination of the
students of tho N, P. M. I. was held
in presence of the Association. A
number of spectators of both sexes
attended, but the audience was very
much smaller than the occasion
merited. Tho full class was on hand ,
viz. : J. lliunauku, K. M. Ilamir.n,
It, 1). Ilonunkaii, J. P. Inainu, S,
Knuloa, Kaalounhi Kalawe, I.auakila
K. Kalawe, C, Kaleoiki Pa, .7. Ka
lino, W. Kamau, I). S. II. Kaua, G.
"W. Kolopapela, Maimole Napcahl,
Tho students wcro examined by
Dr. Hyde on Hawaiian Grammar,
Gospel History, Pastoral Theology
and Homlletloj, mid Exepeils (Bool:
of Ecclcsla9le3') j and by He. II. II.
Pnikcr on Hholoiic, each subject oc
cupying half-ati'hour. The students
answered their questions with a roa
dlncsi that indicated a high state of
proficiency in their work. A hymn
was suiifj at the close of each class
exercise, the students themselves
constituting the choir.
Singing is an essential pait of
every student's curriculum at the
Institute, and tho performances on
this occasion were fully up to the
high standard of their other attain
ments. THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
Thu Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital held their regular meeting yes
terday afternoon, lion. C. K. Bishop
presiding. The treasurer's report
was read, showing a balance in hand
of $250. The following is the
physician's report :
Hoxou'MJ, May 31, 1885.
To the Trustees of the Queen's
Gentlemen I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
quarter ending May 31st. The total
number of patients at present in
the hospital is 55; viz.: 31 Ha
waiians (17 males and 14 females),
3 Chinese and 21 of other nationali
ties 22 paying.
Number of admissions during the
quarter, 101; viz: "32 Hawaiians
(17 nudes and 15 females), 9 Chi
nese and CO of other nationalities.
Discharged, 9 1 ; viz. : 29 Ha
waiians (17 males and 12 females),
5 Chinese and 110 of other nation
alities. Deaths, 11; viz: l Hawaiians (1
male and 3 females), 5 Chinese and
5 oilier nationalities.
The causes of death were as fol
lows: Accident 1, aneurism 1, beri
beri !, congestion of lungs 1, con
sumption 2, disease of brain 1,
dropsy 1, gangrene 1, marasmus 1.
The highest number of indoor
patients was G9, lowest 53, daily
average 58. Number of prescrip
tions 2,725 ; calls at the dispensary
518. The number of patients treat
ed at the hospital was as follows :
March, 107; April, 91; May, 90.
The following gentlemen wcro ap
pointed on the visiting committee
for the next three months ; Messrs.
"W. C. Parke, M. P. Robinson and
J. T. Waterliousc, Jr. The follow
ing preamble and resolutions were
read by the Secretary and unani
mously adopted :
" Wiikiwas, It lias pleased God
to take from us by death the Queen
Dowager Emma, one of the found
ers, ana the principal patron oi tnc
Queen's Hospital, an institution
which lias been of great value to
this community, and which will he a
lasting blessing to the natives and
foreigners in this country in time to
come, and in which the beloved
Queen took the deepest interest from
its inception to the end of her life,
and for the support of which she
gave a large part of her estate, there
fore, be it
" Jte.iolved, That in tho death of
the Queen Dowager Emma the nation
has lost a great and good friend,
distinguished for her many virtues,
and especially for kindness to the
poor and the sick, and whose memory
.should bo honored and cherished by
all who value nobility and purity of
character and of life, as a rich legacy
to her countrymen nnd friendes.
" Thai all who may hereafter avail
themselves of the advantages of the
hospital will, like those who have
received them in the past, have rea
son to remember witli gratitude the
Jiind-heartcd and benevolent Queen
"That the foregoing preamble
and resolutions be placed on record ;
that a copy of the same be handed
to the nearest relative of tho de
ceased ; and that they be published
in the newspapers of Honolulu."
Usual services at tlte Itoninn Ca
tholic Cathedral to-morrow.
The Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciation will hold a Communion ser
vice at the Kawaiahao Church, at
3 V. 31.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral there
will be a celebration of Holy Com
munion nt 11 a. si., and the Bishop
preaches in the evening at 7.J10
At the Kaumakapili Church to
morrow eveninjr, nt 7.II0 o'clock,
the Hcv. Henry II. Parker will
preach the annual sermon on for
eign missions. """
"Progressive Heligion" will bo
tho subject of Hev. E. C. Oggcl's
sermon at Bethel Union Church to
morrow at 11 a.m. Union servico
in tho evening at Fort Street Church.
Sunday morning at the Fort Street
Church, Mr. Cruzan will preach a
brief sermon to children and adults
on the theme, "Why was It?" The
ordinances of baptism and the Lord's
Supper will be administered and can
didates received to church member
ship. In the evening there will bo
a union service, and llev. E. C.
Oggel will preach tho annual foreign
Y0SEMIT6' SKATING RINK,
There was a very large attendance
at the above popular icsoit last
evening to witness prize Minting for
a gold nnd a silver mcdnl. Geo.
llutldy, Anting, A. Cromer and C.
F. Gardner were the contestants.
Mcsdntnrs Scott and Nichols, and
Messrs. Scott. Talbot and Unger
officiated as judges. Some line
skating was witnessed, one of the
competitors, Aming, making no less
than thirty-two different steps. He
received tho first prize, a handsome
gold medal, nnd Geo. llutldy tho
second, a silver medal. This even
ing there will bo a one milo rnco for
a prize open only to Hawaiians.
TO STAND THIS SEASON."
The Celebrated Norman Stallion.
"TT1LL ttnnd for a shoit Season at
TT Capt. Clancy's place, cor. Queen
and Punchbowl Slicct. lie is a hand,
some dapple gray, 1(1 hands high, weight
1,-100 pounds', and is a No. 1 animal of
his kind, Terms, 33 for the Season.
!)7 lm C. 11. MILKS.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
HAVING just completed two 27 feet
Suif Boats on tho model of the
Kiiuui's boat, so highly approved by
Capt. King and othcis, "lam now pre
pared to 1111 other otdeis. Those boats
hare their timbers in one piece running
across the heel fiom gunwale to gun.
wale, bent by hte.nn; thwart knees ali
bent 2 and iC inches square. They are
consequently "lighter and more flexible,
and, the timbers being closer together,
stronger and lesi liable to be severely
bulged that those built after the usual
process with the timbers in pieces and
farapail. These boats will be fold at
a price to compete with others of either
local or foreign build. Our building
facilities enable us to build to any
model or size, decked or otherwise, anil
to supply duplicate parts of tho same at
afowhoui!)' notice. There are several
of these boats now open to inspection
which will be sold liulsdicd or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, O.ik
Stems, Kuccs anil Timbers, all shapes
and sizes. Also Seveinl hundred feet
of finished Oak Stitch-in-time dialing
llalteiis, sold per foot in quantities to
suit ; and the only truck in town lit to
carry a Boat without cracking and
draining her can be bought or hired at
the Enterprise Mill Apply at the En
terprise Mill, Queen St.
J. A. 1)0M;H.
Mutual Telephone No. :5. :tS lm
SUPKEIUK COURT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the B.uikruplcv of KWONG FOOK WO
COMP'V. Before Chief Justice Judd.
Kwong Funk Wo Co., doing business
In Hauulci. Island of Kauai, huvinir
this day been adjudicated bankrupt
on the petition of Kwong Yce Sing Co.,
it is hereby ordered that all creditors of
said bankrupt come in and prove their
claims before me, at my Chambers, in
Tuesday, .Juno !, 1885,
At 10 o'clock n. in.
And it is fuitlicr ordcit'd that upon
said day the creditors do proceed to hold
thu ELKCTION of an assignee or ns-signec-
of said bankrupt estate, and that
notice hereof be published one time in
the Hawaiian Gazelle and three times in
thu Daily Bui.ixtin newspapers.
Dated Honolulu, May S!, 1835.
A. V. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supieme Court.
Atte-;t: Hr.Niiv Smiiii, "
Deputy Clerk. AO lit
Corner Berctania & Punchbowl Streets.
Largest in the City.
Cool and well ventilated, only
CLUB SKATES !
to its patrons.
Open only in the evenings till improve,
Polite Attention Guaranteed.
1010 :im D. P. SMITH, 1'iopiietor.
ICE CREAM PASLOSS,
Xo. -SB Jlortl Bfl'oul.
These nou Pailois, containing siMecn
PmvATi: Rooms, have been elegantly
decorated and furnUhed, and will bo
kept ns a tliv-t-clats resort. Tho
Cclobratcd Elito Ice Cream
Will bu made from puie cream with
puiu delicious flavorings. Vanilla, I.e.
inon, Orange, Pino Apple, Strawberry,
Peach, Almond, Coll'eeOlnee, Chocolutc.
Sherbets and Ices,
In large vailetv. Served with Cane
mndn on the l'icnilses. Ice Cream
Drinks made to order in auv stylo.
Soda Water, Ginger Alo and Tahiti Lo
monailc. Robert's choicest candies re
ceived fresh by every steamer. Fnml
lies, Parties, Ralls and Weddings sup.
plied at short notice. Ladles cm have
their lioinu-iiindu Creams froen and
Cakes baked to order at reasonable
prices. A large ussoi Uncut of Shells,
Corals, Volcanic SpoelmonB, Tupas nnd
general Island Cuilo.s .alwayn ou hand
at reasonable prices.
II. J. II ART,
Proprietor of the Elite Ice Cream Par.
lors. Ring up Telephone No. lfcJ.
17011 MAN nml wile, with nrcomnio
a. ii.uinn to cook
board lth tho
Apply at 187
j,I It. CIIA9. I'OVT'H Shoeing Shop
LM. Is now reopened. Interfering
horses a specialty.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STHKET. Lcs.
sons given in Mnrlnc, Landscape,
Mock Kensington. Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. FIowcib In Wax, Wool, Plush,
Kelt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Kea.
thcr and Flshscalo. All kinds of Em.
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Head, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
nnd Bullion work. For terms, etc, ap
ply to A. M. 11UH1CE,
89 3m Temple of Fashion.
STORE lately occunled bv
Samuel Noll. In Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. Dn.UNOiiAM.
Honolulu, Apill 1, 1885. !)83 If
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tunc and Repair Pianos at short notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
10;12 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
THE undersigned, Assignees of the
Estate of ,1. L. Kosenbcrir. an- pro.
pared to lccelvcblds up to SATURDAY,
June 0th, at VI m. fur the purchase of
the entire itoek as now in the store,
corner Fort and Mcichant Streets. Any
one w Whiug to cMiininc the stock can do
so upon application to Thco. R Lansing
at the store of M. Phillips & Co.
W. C. PAHICE. ) Ao .,,,
THEO. F. LANSING. J Assignee!.
X pointed Assignees in the Estate of
J. L. Rosenberg, bankrupt, all persons
arc hereby notified to pay to the under
signed any amounts due to tho said
bankrupt and to make immediate pay
ment of the same.
W. C. IUKKE, ) . , .
THEO. F. LANSING. f'W,!;nt,!S
Honolulu, Juno 1st, 1835. ;17 lit
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
"rpHE lllth Duke of Manchester,"
JL a large red sboil horn Bull, pro
perty of the Woodlawn Dairy & Stool:
Co., anyone finding tills Bull and return
ing Bamo to said Company will be suita
yo Iw Woodlawn Daihv & Stock Co.
A I US. J.
Y. BOWEN, late of New
has opened an Art Needle
Work and Drei-s.inakiiig establishment
over Frank Gertz's boot and shoe stoic,
No. 103 Fort Street. Kensington. Ami
scne, Chenille and Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stamping nnd designing done in the
best manner at reasonable rates. 29 2w
j ur. i mi. isH.i.
"VTOTICE is heieby given
J-T parties wishing to haw;
at Kapiolaui Pail;, ou June 11th, 1885,
must apply without delay to the
20 Foot Sections, ft 1 5.00.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Per order Kapiolanl Park Association.
ME. 11. ISAIU1EK, late manager of
the Astor House, begs to announce
to his friends and thu public in general
that he has purchased tho Saratoga
House, and will reopen on Sunday,
May 2 lib. First-class board by the
week, month or transient, Special nc
comniodatiou for ladies and families.
Heading Parlors open for guests of tho
house. The coolcit dining rooms In Iho
city. No Hies. 20 Sin
YosemitB Skating. Siik.
Matinee with Music ovory Wednesday After
noon. .Time r, Grand Hou.llon Parly.
June 0, Grand Hon.Hon Parly.
June 12, Grand Tuikey Hunt. Prize, a
Turkey. 'M til
"XVTE the undersigned lire prepared
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