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MONDAY, JUNE 15, 188.
S Xcnlnudln from San Francisco
otnir l'lnnlcr from Ksinnl
J-.chr EhuUal from Walalua
BchrEmmn fioin Olounlu
Scbr Knulitoaouli from Kohnla
H S Zenlnndln for Sydney
Bk (J O Whltnwro for Port Townwid
S S Mnrlpo'a for San FrnncUco
Stmr Kllnticn Ilou for Windward Poit.s
Stmr LIKellko for ivabiilut
Slnir.I I Don sett for Molokal
Sclir Nettle Men 111 for Lnlialnn
Hclir Mauuokawal for Koolnu
Sohr Knwalhml for ICoolau
Sclir Itob Hoy for Kooluit
Sclir AVnllelc for Mallko
Bohr Wnlehti for AValinca, Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING" TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluan for Windward Ports
Stmr Jns Makee for Knpua
Sclir Caterlna for llaunlcl
Sclir Ehttkai for Wnt.uua
Sclir Emma for Olowaiu
YESSELS IN PORT.
Bktnc Mary Wlnklcnian
British bk Orlente. Hughes
Bgtne Cliius Sprcekels, Drew
Bktnc Kllkltat, Cutler
Bk Calbarleu, Hubbard
For San Francisco, per S S Mariposa,
June lo Miss A Blake, Miss M Choate,
Prof JAP Jen Us, M s L E Ulgelow,
II J Agncw, Mrs A Rogers, U J Nichols
midwife, lion KM Daggett and wife,
Peter Tennant, Ml-s Lizzie Cnckctt. M
Pasar, wife and child, A dc Souz.i, wife
and 5 children, T K McDon.liI, M
Nichols, wife and 3 children, M Pnpero,
wife and 2 clilldicn, M Madderros, wife
and child, 0 Boadiick, J McGurke R A
Olsen, J Mejer. J Evatt, L Washb'urne,
J Campbell. G Pet r.son, W Hannibal,
J Lyeett, Mrs G C Westover, C J Fishul,
J Burke, Clias Hall, P Ilnnscn, M A
Brewer, M Ccbial, wife and children, H
Hernianscn. Geo Ilnrgrnves, J Buckley,
Mises !-arah and Mary llaxman, Miss
J Vim Norden, Mrs C Simpson and
child, Hugh Center, J Dickln", Miss K
Dillon, Mrs Cheschrough, Miss F Hced
A J Webster and 11 Chinese.
Sclir Kauikenouli brought 2220 bags
of sugar from Kohaln.
Tlio S S Zealiindia arrived hero at 2
o'clock Sunday morning from San Fran
cisco, and sailed again at 7 o'clock for
3fmr Plnnlnr livnnfrlif. OJP1 1,nn-a nf
sugar, 13 hides. 100 sheep and 11 liead
of cat'le. She will be laid up this week
for a general oveihauling.
The schoonpr Citerin.i is having lior
The .sailing of the steamer Jas Makee
is postponed until to.morrow at 5 p m.
She will take the Planter's route this
trip. She V, ill call at Kapaa, Nawili
wlll, Koloa, Elcele, AVaimca and Ke
kaha. By the Caibarien last evening, Bill
Williams received a boat 21 feet -1 inches
over-all, 7 feet 1 inch beam, and 2 feet
10 inches deptli of hold. She will be
.sloop rigged and will have a keel. She
is named Pokil (youngest of the family;
and will bo uod as a pleasure boat only.
She has a comfortable seating capacity
for about 10 persons. Old Bill is now
like the elephant that swallowed a paper
of pins, feaifully -tuek up. "Yes,"
said Bill, as he stood admiring the
yacht, " every man to his own liking,
and this is my hobby."' The yacht will
he let out to pleasure parties who will
pay in advance and leave a cah security
of not more than $5,000. She is now at
Ryan's boat building hop to receive
the finishing touches.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Latest foreign news on the fourth
Tnu Zealandia had .no purser on
A bTCADV reliable man is advertised
for to look after a garden, etc.
Tin: Posl-oHlce despatched by the
S. S. Mariposa -1003 letters, and 962
The Y. M. C. A. book-kecpinir
clnsscs meet this evening at C.J50
and 7.30 o'clock.
Dion Boucieault anil his dramatic
company were through passengers
by the Zealandia.
Mr. P. Opfergelt will net for II.
J. Agncw during the lntter's absence
from the Kingdom.
The Hon Kollin M. Daggett, ex
United States Minister, and Mrs.
Daggett left by the Mniiposa.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening instead of Emma Square.
Notices to school agents and
government school teachers will be
found in our By Authority Column.
. . . . .
At the last meeting of Geo. W.
De Long Post, No. 45, G. A. R.,
Dr. E. C. Webb was elected a mem
ber. Mns. Addic L. Ballou, an artist
and poet, well-known in California,
was a through passenger by the
A stowawav was found on the
Z.'alondin soon after she hud put to
sea from San Francisco. He was
left at this port.
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalaui
will probably leave for Maul to-morrow,
His Ex. Gov. Doininls being
quito sick there,
TnK shooting mutch between
Messrs. I' tiger and lllggln's cmne off
vcslerdny, llio former" winning by a
score of J) 18 to 008.
Kr.ct' in mind the sale of house
hold furnituro at the residence of
W. O. Kmltli, and (ho house and lot,
which t:ikws place Wednesday at 10
o'clock, by Lyons & Levey.
Ths P. 3L S. S. Zealandia arrived
about 2 o'clock Sunday morning,
7 days 12 hours from San Francisco.
She left again for the Colonics at
7 o'clock the same morning.
Tub United States Consular flag
was Hying at half mast to-day out of
respect to the (memory of cx-Sccrc-laiy
Ficylinghuyacn. Consul Mc
Kinley received oillcinl notice by the
Axtonu, a Spaniard living at the
entrance to Kalilii Valley, has been
ordered to lie brought to the leper
receiving station by Dr. AVcbb, ho
being a leper. He will be finally
sent to Kakaako.
To-Monnow at noon in front of
Aliiolnni Hale, Marshal Soper will
sell to the highest bidder, all the
right, title and interest in the pro
perties of the Gee Sung Wai Com
The following have been appointed
tax assessors for ihislslnnd: Ho
nolulu. F. H. Hayselden ; Ewa and
Wniiinae, Junius Kaao; Wnialuo, S.
K. Mnlioe; Koolauloa, John M.
Kaapu ; Koolaupoko, Asa Kaulia.
The largest shippers of sugar by
the Mariposa were T. II. Dnvies &
Co., 8,399 bags; W. G. Irwin &
Co., 8,395 bags; C. Brewer & Co.,
8,0GG bags; Sehacfer & Co., 3,290
bags; Grinbaum & Co., 2,383 bags.
A large picnic party went up
Nuuanu Valley yesterday morning,
returning in the afternoon. On the
way up one of the party, a young
girl, full from her horse on the corner
of School and Nuuanu streets, but
did not get hurt.
This morning a Portuguese who
works for Messrs. Ilackfcld, Piluger
and Muller, who reside on Richard
street in the Pfluger house, was
arrested for the theft of numerous
articles from his employers. IIi3
case will be attended to to-morrow.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow,
Lyons & Levey will sell in front of
their salesroom, the race horse
"Hancock," the trotter Joe Dake,
a thoroughbred colt "Mento," two
elegant pair of fillies, 1 pair greys
sired by "Waterford" and 1 pair
blacks sired by "Venture."
A lahge dog walked into St.
Andrew's Church during service
last evening and made a grand
parade of the aisles. His antics
caused a general twitter amongst
the congicgation, even some who
think it wrong to laugh in church
could not resist on this occasion.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral yester
day morning the Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh preached an excellent
sermon on behalf of the Societj' for
the Propagation of the Gospel in for
eign paits. At the close of the
beinion a collection was taken up for
the society. In the evening the
Bishop's sermon was on the same
Call and see the Burr Pai lor Fold
ing Beds on exhibition at King Bros.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlor is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
The California Produce & Provi
sion Co. offer for sale a choice lot
nf table and pie fruit, being a con
signment which must be closed out.
Table Fruit, S2.00 per doz.; Pic
Fruit, $1.50 per doz. lw
The 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.
Amonst the through passengers
by the Zealandia were Messrs. James
Tracy and George W. Badger, who
are on their way to Auckland to
secure, If possible, the arrest of
Maxwell, the supposed murderer of
Arthur Prellcr, whose body was
found in n trunk at a St. Louis
Hotel. Tracy is tho agent of the
United States, acting under the
direct orders of President Cleveland,
and Badger is the agent of tho State
of Missouri. They had u large
quantity of olllcial documents with
them, the chief ono of which is
signed by the President asking the
repicscntativc3 of Queen Victoria
and the Australian Colonies, to as
sist the two men in securing a sup
posed murderer. Maxwell is at
present locked up in Auckland, and
if these two agents secuic his ex
tradition, lie will be brought by tho
return trip of tho Zealandia.
This morning shortly after nine
o'clock a woman in an excited slate
drove up to the Police Station, and
told the olllcer in chaigo that her
husband had shot himself In a house
at the corner of Alakea and Mer
chant streets. Ofllccr Fclhbchr jump
ed in the carriage with her and at
once drove to the spot, followed di
rectly after by Marshal Soper and
oQlcor Mehrtens. It was found
that Mr. William Ebllng, a sugar
boiler at the Kukaiau Plantation,
had shot himself in the left side.
When found he v,as lying on the
front verandah of the house. Dr.
Henri McGrcw was sent for and in
the meantime the man's wife went
for Dr. Gray, who arrived first. Tho
wounded man was placed in a
blanket and carried to a bedroom in
the rear of the house. On being
undressed a bullet wound was found
on the left side between the second
and third rib. The doctors were
unable to find the ball, but think it
is probably lodged in the wall of the
chest. The pistol, which was found
on tho floor of the front room, has
five chambers, is nickel-plated, of 12
calibre, and one chamber was dis
charged. Olllcer Mehrtens picked
it up, and it is now in possession of
Marshal Soper. Ebllng was quite
conscious while the doctors were
attending him and recognized- those
around him. The cause of this
rash act is the old, old story, family
trouble. The trouble commenced
when'they lived on Kauai, and the
woman stated she would not live
with Killing again. While on Ha
waii at his work she remained here.
He came down last week, and the
two have been quarrelling ever since.
About ten o'clock Saturday night
the woman went out to the residence
of His Honor Justice Bickerton,
and commenced relating her troubles,
but the Jnstce told her that, as she
had no warrant, he could not help
her at all. This morning early the
two were at the Station House seek
ing advice, but soon after went
away. A few minutes after nine
o'clock the man shot himself as
stated above. When Dr. Gray
reached him he asked him to leave
him alone and let him die in peace.
The affair caused a good deal of
excitement in the vicinity. As we
go to press tho doctors are again
examining their patient.
WM. HORAN'S TRIAL.
In the Police Court this morning
the trial of William Iloran fofasaiilt
and battery on Henry J. Agncw was
commenced. Deputy Marshal Dn'
ton conducted the prosecution, and
Mr. II. E. Avery appeared for the
defendant. A number of sporting
men were amongst the large audience
Dr. Tucker was first called. Ho
stated lie was called to see Mr.
Agncw between nine and ten o'clock
Thursday evening. Found'thc third
bone of the thumb fractured, also
two cuts in the pit of the stomach,
ono three or four inches to the side,
the other one in front being a small
cut, as if made by a sharp pointed
instrument, for instance a pen-knife
blade. Did not feel justified in
probing the wound. It bled a great
deal. The side wound was evidently
made by a sharp instrument. Should
consider the instrument used was
dangerous to life.
Henry Wilson, chief engineer of
the Mariposa, saw the commence
ment of tho row and was the one
who parted them. Saw Iloran strike
Agncw in the stomach several limes.
Did not see any knife.
II. J. Agnew, on being called,
gave full particulars of the row with
Iloran. His stomach felt sore, but
did not examine it. On the way
home he said lie felt dizzy. Sent
for the doctor, and had his thumb,
which was put out, fixed. Some
time after found the cuts in my
body. Could not have received
them from anyone hut the defendant.
Other witnesses were called for the
prosecution, but their evidence did
not bring out any new developments.
1 wo or three witnesses were called
for the defense, their evidence giv
ing particulars of the row, but they
all stated they did not sec any
knife during the trouble. The case
was adjourned until to-morrow so
as to give time to find other wit
nesses for the defense. The de
fendant, whose face is still dis
figured, was admitted to bail on a
bond of S200 signed by W. II.
THE HORSE SHOW.
The following nro the awards made
by the judges at tho horse show of
the Hoy a I Hawaiian Agricultural
Society, held at Kapiolani Park on
Saturday last. Messrs. S. H. Dole,
Godfrey Brown, and W. K. Bucha
nan were the judges:
Stallions for carriage tise-
turc, O. B. Miles,
Marcs Clementina, E. II. Miles.
Mares with native foals 1st
prize, Nutwood and colt, B. F. Dil
lingham; 2nd, Sallio Black and
foal, J, A. Cummins.
Carriage animals Maro Lucy,
Thoroughbred racing stallion
Shenandoah, Jatnca Campbell.
Stallions, 4 yenr3 old and over
Boswcll Woodbiirn, Ills Majesty the
Stnlllons under 4 and over 3
Patclicn Vernon, Jr., B. F. Dilling
ham. Stnllions under !i and over 2
Norman Clay, C. II. Judd ; Eclipse,
II. M. tho King.
Stallions under 2lst, Jim Dodd,
Charles Lucas ; 2nd, Essex, Cecil
Mares and foals Rose Evans and
foal, J. A. Cummins; honorable
mention of Hon. A. F. Judd's
Yearling fillies Startle, B. F.
Fillies over 1 and under 1 Fourth
of July, Ilou. A. F. Judd; honora
ble mention of B. F. Dillingham's
Fillies over 2 and tinder 4 1st,
Corn, Princess Liliuoknlani; 2nd,
Fanny, Col. C. II. Judd.
Carriage horses over 4 years
Saddle animals, horse or marc
Telephone, J. A. Cummins.
Carriage animals, horse or marc
Honest John, Allen Herbert, hono
Pair Shetland ponies (imported)
THE HAND CRENADE.
Mr. Z. K. Myers announced an
exhibition of the working of the
Harden hand grenade for Saturday
evening, on the vacant lot adjoining
Dodd's stables. An immense pile
of wood was placed in the centre of
the lot and at a given time set on
fire. It blazed furiously, but there
was such a heavy wind blowing at
the time that it was impossible to
extinguish such a fire with the few
gicnades Mr. Myers had with him.
Several times the lire was nearly ex
tinguished, but Mr. Myers having
no one to help, him the heavy wind
would start it again. Had he had a
few more grenades with him there is
no doubt he would have extinguished
it. The power of the grenade was
evident, and although not success
ful, the exhibit convinced many of
its great extinguishing power. Mr.
Myers goes to windward this aftor
noon, and on his return promises to
convince us that the grenade will
extinguish a fire as large as tho
one attempted Saturday evening, if
properly handled. He takes the
whole blame on his niisjudgmcnt in
'attempting to extinguish such a
large tire with so heavy a wind
OGEANICS 15-MARRIED-MEN 8.
The nintch game of baseb'a'l be
tween the above clubs came off On
Saturday afternoon, but only seven
innings were plnycd on account of
the rain. The Oceanic? made 12
base hits, Married Men 5. Errors :
Occanics 12, Married Men !). Earned
runs: Occanics -1. Mr. Moepali of
the Occanics made a three base iiit.
Mr. II. M. Whitney, Jr., umpired
tho game. The next game of the
series will be on Saturday, between
the Honolulus and Occanics, and
will no doubt be a very exciting one.
At Kapiolani Park on Saturday
afternoon two trotting races took
place. The attendance was not
large. " The first was between Mr.
Cecil Brown's Lucy, Hon. Sam.
Parker's Consuelo and Mr. W. II.
Cornwell's Jim. Lucy won in two
straight heats. Time, 3.03; and
3.03A. The next race was between
Huzzy, driven by Hon. Sam. Parker,
and Mr. W. II. Cornwell's Dick.
Huzzy also won in two straight heats.
Time, 3.04J and 3.02.
THE SPRECKELS TRIAL.
Tho trial of Adolph Sprockets for
shooting M. II. DeYoung was still
on when the steamer left San Fran
cisco. When the Court adjourned
on Friday, June 5th, to the follow
ing Monday, Col. Spreckels, father
of the defendant, who had occu
pied the stand nil day, was still
being examined. He was question
ed minutely upon the matter of the
charges so freely brought against
him in the Chronicle, for a long
time prior to the shooting, reflecting
upon his business and social rela
tions in and concerning these Is
lands. In every case lie gave an
unequivocal denial to the aspcrsicniB
upon his character.
A GOVERNOR'S HOSPITALITY.
On Kamehaincha Day His Excel
lency the Governor of Kauai gave a
limn at his residence at Niumalu in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen
of Honolulu. The numerous invita
tions were accepted witli remarkable
unanimity. But tho arrival of the
guests was somewhat delayed by a.
picnic earlier in tho day, got up by
Mrs. W. II. Bice and participated in
by the host and hostess, as well as
many of tho guests of the evening
Tho unequivocal kindly greeting with
which all were welcomed, as well as
tho feast which followed, fully sus
tained tliu Governor's reputation for
hospitality. Tho festivities broke up
at a reasonable hour, and tho uuests
departed with pleasant ineinoiies of
. a delightful evening and a lively ap-
' preoption of tbt genial ouRlltlej of
Governor and Mrs. P. P. Knnoa.
On Saturday evening next a rare
treat will be given at the Kawalahao
Church. Miss Annis Montague and
Mr. Charles Turnor will give a grand
concert, assisted by II. II. II. Prin
cess Liliuokalaui and under tho
patronage of Their Majesties the
King and Queen. Miss Montague
will sing on this occasion a native
song composed by II. R. II. Prin
cess Llliuokalnni with a chorus of
Hawaiian voices. Wc predict a
grand turnout of our Hawaiian
friends at this concert. For further
particulars sco tho Bulletin- to
morrow. POLICE COURT.
J. Davis was fined S5 for drunk
enness, and Hugh Morgan on tho
same charge was remanded until the
15th. Maiola was sent over the reef
for foity hours, for disorderly con
duct. Win. Iloran was charged with
assault and battery on II. J. Agncw,
with a weapon imminently dangerous
to life, to wit a knife, lie pleaded
not guilty and was remanded until
Monday. For assault and battery
on Kealolm, Kalua was sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor for five
Kong Yee, on a charge of mali
cious injury, was remanded at re
quest of counsel until the 16th. John
Nelson, Wacuc, Kahai, Kalulu,
Hugh Morgan, Pall, forfeited bail of
SC cacli for drunkenness. Roma
forfeited 825 for the same offense.
Henry Bradley, remanded from the
10th for importing opium, was
further remanded until the 23rd.
Mr. hartwell appeared for him. W.
Iloran was brought up on remand
for assault and battery on II. J.
Agncw. After hearing a portion of
the evidence, a fuilher remand was
ordered till Tuesday.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Hand will play at
Hotel this evening at 7:30.
following is the programme:
Overture Tilus, Mo.art
Dallard Evenbm Beethoven
F.intnsla Str.idelhi Flotow
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Selection Hells of Cornuville.
Oavotte The Stai
Walt. Taun i (new)
Polka Skating Rink
. . r.vanw
The above celebrated
stallion GEN. HAN
COCK will Mand for
the .ptison, at Cimtain
'-Clunej'j, coiner Queen
and Punchbowl Streets. Charge, SJ-IO.
For pedigree ami further pnliculars,
apply to CAl'T. CLUNfcY.
Gmtriil MHii Rink
Thi Skating Rink coiner to the front
with the largest nnd finest array of at
tractions piocurahlr. No catcli-pcnny
affairs allowed bore. Its motto Is first,
class or not at all. Airangcments arc
now made to have music every evening
avn Wednesday. Oa this afternoon
imiMo for Indies! tlioir escorts and chil
dren. Tuesday and Friday evenings for
Indies and their escoits. Admission
clinrucd each and every night.
Friday evening, Juno 19th, an Ico
Cicani 'festival under the auspices of
Mcller ifc Halhe, their celebrated Ico
"Cream nnd Cake bring used. A cordial
invitation is eMcnded.
Tuesday. Juno lilt, Fancy Skating for
Ladle. Prize, toilet Mil v.ilucd at $20,
tin' audience to award the Prize to the
Jadv by ballot.
Fi idny, June 'JO, a Grand Bui Masque
rr.M isq'uerado on Skates, each parly to
fi'rnii'li their own costume made of
:nlieo or other inexpensive material.
A prlu for the nioM unique costume.
Refreshment' furnished fnu for skaterf.
Tucfdoy, June SO. Fancy Skating by
Gentlemen, Cash Prlzo of $10 be award.
ed by the audience- by vote, frco to all
not Imwng taken any pievlous prizes
for fancy .skating.
1010 3m I). P. SMITH, Proprietor.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
foDPOsito tlio Church! is prepared to
execute all orders for
Plumbing, Gas and Stoani
And general work in liU line. All
order promptly attended to, and clmige.s
strlcily inoileratCj 40 am
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co,, wishes to
inform the Indies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that ho will tako a few
pupils on the Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will pleaso apply at the store.
For Kent or Sale.
The picmiscs on Nuuanu Steet,
lopposito tlio .Mausoleum, own-
ieu aim lately occupied by
Samuel Nolt. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
;)8 Mcrchuut St.
Honolulu, Juno 4th, 1635. 063 tf
HOUSE TO LET
NT) Furniture for Side, at No. 01
Ho ctnnln Street. 12 tf
MII.CI1AS. HOYT'S Shoeing Bhop
l now re-onuncd. Interfering
hor'cs u specially.
A BLACK Cone. Ivory handle, gfld
tip. with monogram E N. The
finder will be rewarded for delivering it
at the Attorney-General's office. 42 tf
JpOKMANanu wile, with nccommo.
' datlon to cook for themselves, or
OU MAN and
hoard with tho family.
Apply at 187
IIOCKflS TO LET,
"VflOELY furnished rooms at No. 03
JA Hotel Street. Sinclo or ensuitc.
Convenient location. Enquire of
A VERY it PALMER, CO Fort St.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nico ! room cottage, within
easy reach of H'uolulu, situ.
ate at Kanalania. Terms ?2f)
per month. Apply to
MRS. MAHIA KINO.
on the grounds, or to A. .T. Cartwright,
athisolllcc. -10 if
THE STORE lately occupied by
Samuel Nolt, in Campbell s lilock,
on Tort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or 11. P. Dim.inoham.
Honolulu, April 1, 1835. 035 tf
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Timer, we wish
to inform the public that we nrc able to
Tunc nnd Repair Pianos at short notice.
All ordeis lctt with us will he promptly
attended to, nnd all work warranted.
10Wly WEST, DOW & CO.
"'HAT very dc-drnhlc and convenient
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oci uplcd at present n- a Law
Olllco by John Rupsell, Ksq., centrally
located near the corner of Fort and
Merchant Street". For paiticulars, ap.
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
The undersigned having
taken charge ot Baggage
Express No. 34, for the
purpose of carrying on the Express and
Dray business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to" receive a share
of public patronage.
JSy Moving pinnos and furniture a
specialty. ANTOKE A. KEUMI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl nnd Be
Orders may be left with C. Hammer,
or West, Dow it Co., Telephone 170.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN' STREET. Les.
sons given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph !,nd
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Floweis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Felt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crstal, Fca.
thcr and Fi.shseale. All KUidvui" Enf."
broidery nnd Designing lauglil with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Oomb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion wort. For terms, etc, ap.
ply to A. M. JJUUh.,
af) 3m Temple of Fashion.
Just Received !
Ex City of Sydney,
In Good Order,
For Sale by
Henry May & Co.
to Aiiuivn rr.u
KOH SAIX 11V
H. Hackfeld & Co.
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
rs'o. 83 ilutol Htroot.
These now Parlors, containing sixteen
PmvATH Rooms, have been elegantly
decorated nnd furnished, nnd will be
kepi as a Oral-class resort. The
Celebrated Elite loo Cream
Will bo niiiile from puro cream with
puio delicious llavorings. Vanilla, Le
mon, uruugu, iino Apple, Birnwijerry,
Peach, Almond, CollceGlnee, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo variety. Bcrved with Cane
mndc on tlio Premises. Ice Cream
Drinks made to order In any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti I.e.
monad c. Robert's choicest candies re.
ceived fresh by every sieamcr. Fnmb
lies, Parties, Dulls and Wcddiugft tup.
plied nt short notice. Ladles cm have
their homo-made Creams frozen and
Cakes baked to ordci at reasonable
prices. A Inrgo assortment of Shells,
Coral, Volcanic Specimens, Tapas nnd
general Iblnnd Curios always on hand
at reasonable prices.
II. J. HART,
Proprietor of the Elite Ico Cream Par.
lors. Ring up Telephone No. Ib3.