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SATURDAY, .1UNE 20, 1885.
Schr Knninl fioiu Kalull.ihllnlil
Stnir Kltinu fiom Wlndwuid 1'oUi
Stmr l.lkcllko from ICaliulul
Sltiir.Ins I Dowsell from MoloUl
nktiiG Kiln from San FrancUro
Srhr Hob Hoy from Knolnu
.Stmr C K Bishop for Knu:ii,in Wnlniiac
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Tern Vesta for VoitTowii'cnd
Stmr Likelikc for Knliulul
Stnir Iwnlnnl for llnmnkua
Stmr XV G Hull for Windward Poits
Stnir .Ins I Dowsett for Molbkni
Stmr Mokolll forMolokal
Sehr Hob Hoy for JCuol.iu
VESSELS IN PORT.
UiltUh bkOilcnte, Hughes.
Hktnc Kllkllnt. Cutler
Bk Cnlbailen. Ilubbaid
Ilk Hope, Pcnhallow
From Knliulul nnd bv ports, per stmr
Likelikc, .Tune 20 S .Scliu, Mr Lcrov,
Mrs II XV Kawainui, Miss Lukela, G E
.Boardman, J T Martin , ;t prisoner' and
From AVindward Poits, per Kinau,
June 2011 R It PiIulcss Lillunknlanl,
Gov ,7 O Domini, C L Wight, MNs E T
'Hitchcock, E L Harvey, U E Richard
son, E G Jlltcbcoek, .T FMakenzle, Miss
K Atkinson, .M Kokl, Miss M 13111, Lan
Choiiff, A S Ilartwoll, 11 Hariison, Hon
A Fom.iiider, Misses Annie and Sarah
Dohcrty and 724 deck passengers.
From San Francisco, per bktnc Ella,
June 20 J A McGulrc, II II Nichols, XV
A Mollo, T G Bold, wife and :i chlldien.
' SHIPPING NOTES.
Stmr Kinau brought 2254 bugs
sugar, 1IC sheep, 100 bides, 135 pkgs
sundries, l norse, i canoe.
Stmr Jas I Dowsett brought 10 head
of cattlo and 3 horses.
Schr Hob Roy brought 430 bags of
Schr Ivamol brought COO bags of
sugar from ICulw llahilahi. The captain
reports very rough weather.
Stmr Likelikc lirought 1201 bags of
On Juno IMh, at Huelo, East Maui,
Benjamin XV. Kawainui, aged 34 years.
At his lcsldence, Palama, Ilonolulu,
June 18th, Robert Copcland Austin,
aged 38 years. The funeral will take
place from his late lesidouce, Sunday.
June 21st, at 4 p. in. Fi lends and
acquaintances arc invited to attend.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A wiiiti: girl or" woman to mind
children is advertised for.
AxoTiimt battalion drill will be
held next Thursday evening.
Somi: interesting correspondence
will be found on the fourth page.
The full programme of the races
for the Fourth of July will be found
in another column.
A bundle of rags has been left
at this olllcc by Mrs. Brownell for
the branch hospital.
The Bethel Union Sunday School
is picnicking at Mr. S. M. Damon's
Waikiki residence to-day.
A notice to the members of Me
chanic Engine Co. No. 2 will be
found in another column.
The baseball match this afternoon
between the Honolulus and Occanics
commences at 3.30 o'clock.
Ouu accounts of the doings at
the two skating rinks last evening
are crowded out of this issue.
A lady's plush hand bag huf been
found on Emma street, and is at the
Police station awaiting an owner.
Tin; King's Own had a splendid
drill last evening. Eighteen new
members have recently been elected.
We have to thank J. M. Oat, Jr.,
& Co. for late news favors received
by the baikentine Ella this morning.
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TmiKi: prisoners arrived by the
Likelikc this iiioining, including tho
murderer Kauhanc who was in charge
of an olllccr.
Mr. Kistler, of Grinbaum & Co.,
leaves by tho Likelikc on Monday
afternoon to take tho position of
book-keeper of liana Plantation.
Tin; usual gospel temperance
meeting at the vestry of the Bethel
Union Church this evening at 7:30
Already fourteen passengers are
booked to leave by the Kinau on
Tuesday for the Volcano by the
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Tii ib noon, Lyons Si Levey sold a
piece of land on Fort street to Mrs.
F. Love, $2,025. Another piece
situated at Waikiki was withdrawn.
TriK O. S. S. Alameda is duo on
Monday morning from San Francisco
with dates to the 15th inst. Sho
may bo looked for bright and early.
II. It. II. Piincess Liliuokalani
and His Ex. Governor J. O. Dominis
arrived from Maui this mornini; by
tho Kinau. The health of the latter
Jtrt. August Alireni lias been ap
pointed manager of the Walanno
Sugar Plantation, in place- of ,T.
llioharclson, deceased. Sir. AhrciH
wns forinctly n head lunn.
Applications for monoy orders on
the United States and Hongkong per
Alnmcdu, July 1st, should lie made
at the Post-oillco before two o'clock
p. in., Saturday, June '27th.
On Monday at 12 o'clock noon, at
No. 90 Nuunnti street, Mr. James
Morg.in, for Mr. Adams, will sell a
quantity of goods and merchandise
taken upon a distress for rent.
Tun California Produce Uo. re
quest the pleasure of your presence
at their store on Hotel street soon
uftcr the Alameda arrives on Mon
day. The early ones catch the good
Christmas comes but once a year,
but. Lewis & Co.'s consignments of
good things come twice a month.
Monday morning the Alameda will
bo in with another lot for them, so
leave your orders carl'.
At a meeting of the Rceipiocity
Sugar Co. held yesterday, Mr. J
Lionarrcs was elected manager in
place of Mr. W. II. Cumraings re
signed. Mr. J. II. Paly having ie
signed his position as one of the
directors, Mr. Cu minings was elected
to Ihc vacancy.
Tnc tug Elcu went to Wainnac yes
terday to render assistance to the
schooner American Girl which was
ashore at that place. It appears,
however, that after some of her
cargo of lumber had been taken out,
the vessel floated again without hav
ing any damage done beyond losing
a portion of her false keel.
Mr. James Morgan, who wields
the auctioneer's hammer during Mr.
E. P. Adams' absence, was very
much surprised and annoyed to find
a paragraph in this morning's Ad
vertiser stating he had left for the
Coast by the Glaus Spreckels yester
day. He has not gone, nor does he
intend doing so, and can be found at
the old stand ready any time for
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu'strcet. 980. tf.
Just received u wcil selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrora
Winsor.ec Newton, London, per bark
Oiienle. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 51 3t
Tun California Produce & Provi
sion Co. offer for sale a choice lot
of 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. 47 lw
We have seen this morning the
finest assortment of Gents.' Fine
Straw Hats ever landed here, care
fully selected. Also Men's and Boys'
Bathing Athletes, Bathing Drawers
and Bathing Dresses. Just in time,
as the Bathing Season is now full
upon ns. These Bathing Goods arc
going off rapidly. We havo also
been shown a few of the famous
Irish Blackthorn Sticks, direct fro.n
Dublin. All these nice goods are
now on view at the store of M. Mc
Incrny. 52 3t.
MURDER ON MAUI.
Last Saturday evening a number
of natives were in a house in the
woods about nine miles from liana
plantation, having a regular jambo
ree. They were drinking okolehao
and a kind of beer made from sour
potatoes. By somo accident or
other the vossel containing the liquor
was tipped over. Some of the men
were going to try and save the
liquor, when, one, Kauhanc by
name, objected and threw a lot of
dirt and rubbish into it. The result
was a dilllculty, during which Kau
hano stabbed one of tho natives,
Waiwai, in tho stomach. Another
one, Palalai, was cut in the thigh,
and Kai received a nasty cut on tho
ami, both from Kauhanc's knife.
Sheriff Gardner heard of the affair
at midnight and at once proceeded
to tho spot with all haste. Kauhano
was arrested early in the morning,
and locked up. Ihc man Waiwai,
who was stabbed in tho stomach,
died at noon on Sunday. The other
two arc getting on ns well as could
bo expected. Kauhanc tho murderer
was brought up before district Judge
Kaai at liana, and after hearing
testimony, committed to tho next
torm of tho Second Circuit Court,
which will bo held at Wailuku In
December. Tho prisoner was brought
down on the Likelikc this morning
in irons, and taken to the Oahu
prison, whore he will remain in
Jailor Tripp's care until tho trial.
From instructions received from
His Ex. the President of the Board
of Health, Dr. George Trousseau
visited the Japanese immigrants at
tho quarantine grounds. lu his re
port ho states he found in the hospi
tal four patients, two suffering from
small-pox in the ordinary form, and
two Gufferiug from the same disease
in the confluent form. One of the
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latter U In a precarious condition,
It is the list case segregated only
yesterday, the ISlli, and this may
prove fatal. The others, under ordi
nary care, should recover.
After visiting the hospital, ho.
visited a few immigrants, four in
number, segregated the previous
evening on account, of indications of
fever. So far they show no sign of
small-pox. On examining those who
were sick during the voyage two
children and ten adults he could
not detect any sign of either vario
loid, measles, or other eruptive
disease, and he is positive that none
of them had cither measles or vario
loid during the voyage, lie con
siders tho stringent measures en
forced were imperious, and will no
doubt save the community from nny
contagion. The doctor thinks more
cases will develop, but ho docs not
anticipate any serious outbreak. Ho
makes several suggestions which will
no doubt be acted upon promptly by
the Hoard of Health.
THE MACERATION PROCESS.
Honolulu, June 18th, 1885.
Alex. Younci, Esq.,
Manager Honolulu Iron Works.
Dear Sir: Having lately visited
the Waiakca Mill near llilo, and
witnessed the double grinding or
maceration process, I gladly add my
favorable opinion to the high praise
you have received from practical
Your two-roller mill at that place
works belter than any I have seen
elsewhere, and the percentage of
gain in juice from cane 1 saw ground
was not less than 10 percent with
the use of hot water ; and 13 percent
without the water. This, too, after
a first grinding that I must acknow
ledge was better than my own aver
age. I found the juico from the second
mill to be better by density and
polariscone (when no water is used)
than that from tho first mill. Tho
use of water of course weakens tho
juice and deteriorates the trash, but
I saw no evidence of other bad
effects. I should advise its use
whenever the additional gain is
found to be more than the loss of
fuel and extra work of evaporating.
Of the gain from dry double-grinding
there can be no doubt, under
any and all circumstances.
Your automatic feeder is a great
improvement, and is in my opinion
The power required to run the
second or two-roller mill was much
less than I should have supposed.
Many plantations have engines of
sufficient power to run the two mills
as is done at Waiakea.
I should prefer a separate engine
whenever the expenses would not be
much more, in order that the speed
of the two-roller mill might be
varied to suit the work
I shall "double grind" as soon
as I can make proper arrangements
for the change, and I think every
plantation in the country will follow
suit in less than two years.
I am, yours very truly,
(Signed) Z. S. S. Spalding.
AN ARTISTIC SIGN.
Mr. Stratcineyer, sign writer, has
produced an ambitious work of art.
It is a picture, seven feet by four,
of the great volcano, Kilauea, which
is to do duty as an advertising sign
for Messrs. King Bros., picture
dealers and framcrs. Yesterday
afternoon and evening the picture
was on exhibition in the latter firm's
store, and many went to' seq$ and,
seeing, admired it. Although not a
copy of Tavemier's master-piece,
something has been borrowed of that
great work, which, however, does
not detract from the skill displayed
by the painter in producing, as he
has done, a creditable work of art
for purely advertising purposes.
The eruptive cone in the midst of
the molten lake, with its pillar of
lire topped with a flaming cloud
capital is deftly and delicately exe
cuted. Evidence is given through
out tho picture that tho artist mixed
brains with his colors. There ap
pears to bo too much smooth angu
larity in the red-hot juts of tho
broken cliffs, but that may be true
to the subject. Messrs. Kings' ad
vertisement will be painted on tho
broad frame, and then the picture
will bo hung in tho Yoscraitc Skating
Kink. It will remain in tho store
over this evening, and on Monday
will be put in place in the rink.
This morning ono of the hackmen
of the United Carriage Co. drove
his carriago up to a houso on Punch
bowl street to receive a passenger
and a trunk for conveyance to the
wharf. The animal ho drove was a
colt, and before entering the houso
to gut the trunk the driver tied it
very securely to a strong post. Tho
trunk was got In, nnd the rope wns
taken off tho brute's neck, and just
as tho driver was going to put the
trunk under the seat the animal bolt
ed as quick as lightning, the driver
not having the slightest show to get
at the reins or anything else. It
dashed along upr Punchbowl street
and was finally stopped in a gulch
by tho carriago being turned over.
The animal was not hurt at all, but
tho carriage was considerably dam
aged, so was the trunk.
News was received by the Likellko
this morning, of tho death of Ben
jamin Kawainui, the only brother
of tho editor of Co JIawuii J'oc
Aina, which took place quite sud
denly at Huclo, llamakunloa, East
Maul, at 5.45 p. m5, Monday, Juno
15th. The deceased attended churnh
only the previous evening, nnd his
death was quite unexpected. He at
one time resided in Honolulu and
was a prominent member of the
Kaumaknpili Church, principally in
musical matteis. The deceased was
only thirty-four years of age.
Under the patronage of Their
Majesties the King and Queen, a
concert will bo given at Kawalahao
Church this evening. Miss Annis
Montague will sing, amongst other
selections, "Aloha Oc," and a now
song, "Ka Oiwi Nani." Mr. Clias.
Turner will sing. Miss Castlo and
the Royal Hawaiian Band will per
form instrumental music. There is
every indication, of a very large
audience being present, the excel
lent programme warranting it.
All Wing wns charged with assault
and battery on Ah Lin. From the
evidence it appears the latter asked
the defendant for some money he
owed htm, when the latter struck
him on the face and knocked him
down. He was found guilty and
fined $12 with $3.10 costs. Appeal
noted to the Supremo Court.
Editor Bulletin : The Satur
day Press of this morning contains
an article headed, "The Attempted
Suicide," in which great injustice is
done to me, and I request the pub
lic, through your columns, to sus
pend judgment in the matter till
opportunity is afforded to show that
there were no untrue statements in
the letters wiitlen by me. I court
an investigation thereof.
James T. White.
Honolulu, June 20th, 1885.
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
Bj the arrival of the baikentine
Ella, dates to the 7th June are re
ceived. The Kovosli newspaper, St.
Petersburg, announces that it has
been privately informed from Cau
casus that tho Ameer of Afghanis
tan, Abdurrahman, has been mur
dered by his suite. It is taid that
the murder took place in Persia,
where the Ameer was at the time
travelling, and that Ayoub Khan,
the Ameer deposed by England,
would be his successor. The rumor
is not credited at the British Foreign
The Pull Mall Gr.zettc, June Gth,
is glad to be able to state upon the
highest authority that the long
standing question of difference be
tween England and Russia concern
ing the northwest Afghan frontier
has been finally and satisfactorily
settled. The boundary is to be pre
cisely delimitated. The King of
Denmark has consented to arbitrate
upon the interpretation of the cove
nant of March 10th.
Sir Poter Lumsden has arrived in
London. He has been asked by the
British War Olllcc to stale whether
the newspaper interviews published
are accurate reports of what he said.
The authorities in the War Olllcc
sympathize with Lumsden, but the
Cabinet is exasperated over his
stinging criticisms of the Govern
ment's management of the Afghan
dispute, and they demand that he
repudiate them or be punished by
some signal maik of displeasure.
His friends say ho meant every word
and will repudiate nothing. Sir
Peter received a great ovation on
A London despntch of the fith
says: No progress has been made
during the week in allaying the dis
sensions in tho British Cabinet, and
the Government remains on the vcigc
of disruption. Chamberlain, ambitions
to become an English Piemier, and
Qilko, innately radii, still stubbornly
refuse to assent to Gladstone's
policy of renewing the Irish Crimes
Ex-Governor Hale's failure in
Boston has involved a large number
of people and banks.
General Grant wns free from pain,
June Gth, having slept seven hours
the previous night. The horse the
General rode the day Leo surren
dered is owned in Vernon, Oneida
Co., N. Y., and marched In the pro
cession on Decoration Day.
Two Indians wero killed in a brush
with militia in Arizona, The In
dians arc making for Mexico, doing
all the killing and robbing possible
on the way.
The revolution in Peru lias been
Shocks of earthquake continue in
Cashmere, tho caith opening and
Mistress Tbeie it goes again.
Mary, ilo yon seo that door? Maid
Yessuni. Mistress Well, you have
left it open. Were you brought up
in a sawmill? Maitl Nome; I has
tillers lived with fainiliea as can
afford iloor-springs. Philadelphia
lien- Pastor Kiehtor will hold a
scivico in German at the V. M. ('.
A. Hnll at II a. m.
The How George Wallaco will
preach at St. Andrcw'i Cathedral
morning and evening.
At the Y. M. C. A,
bible class at ".1.15
praise service at G.30
, young men's
a. mm gospel
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
High Mass with sermons in Hawaiian
and Portuguese at 10 a. m. Cate
chising 2 p. m. Vespers 4.30 p. m.
At the Bethel Union Church, Rev.
E. C. Opgel, pastor,' the morning
subject will he, " Shall wo Know
Each Other There?" In the even
ing tho sixth sermon on the Lord's
Prayer, " Forgive us our Debts, as
wo Forgive our Debtors." All
" Peculiar People " will be Mr.
Cruzan's Sunday morning theme at
Fort Street Church, and "Temper:
A Helpful Talk with Young People,
and Somo Older Ones who arc Trou
bled with lack of Self-control," will
be the subject of tho evening ser
mon. All arc invited.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emilia
Squat c this afternoon at 1 :30. The
following is tho piogruininc:
Choi us Xor.th
O vim ture llellsarlo
Selection Marco VUeontl
A (ioo'd Kiss..
nOUSE TO IiET
ND Furniture for Sale.
l Bcrotania Street.
at No. 51
Nicely furnished rooms -with
or without board in a private
ifamily. Conveniently located.
Apply to AVEKY & PALMER.
CI lw Real Estate Agent", (ill Fort St.
170UR pleasant rooms suitable for
? ofliccx, second lloor of ihc Brewer
Block, on Port Street, over the store of
N. S. Sachs. Apply to
AVERY & PALMER,
Real Estate Agcnt, No. CO Fort Street.
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
are not paid on or before July 1st
nc.M, will be enforced by suit. Bills are
p.i)hlt! with L. A. Thurston, 88 Mcr.
elmiu St. L. A. THURSTON,
fil lw Attorney for S. Nott.
rpiIE STORE lately occupied by
JL bamuul Nott, in pampbcll'-i Block,
on Fori Stieet. Apply to
I-. A. THUJtSTON,
or 1!. F Dn.i.ixniiAM.
Honolulu, April 1. 18S5. 085 tf
For Kent or Sale.
I, The premises on Nuuanti Steel,
opposite the .Mausoleum, own.
Jed and lately occupied by
Saniuol Xott. Apply to
ii. A. TIIU11STOX,
:S Merchant St.
Honolulu, .rune 4th, 1835. tlSit tf
rpiIAT very desirable and convenient
J. Faivuly Residence on Dcretanln
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pralt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pisturc. Also, the
premises on upied at present a- n Law
Office by John Russell, E-.ii , centrally
located near the coiner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For piuticulitrs, ap
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWAIiD, Muicliant St.
Four tii of .ttily Celebration.
i LI. Americans and those interested
-. in Ameiica's welfare are request
ed to he pieseut at the Hawaiian Hotel
on .Monday evening, .June U-'ml, for Ihe
purpose lit making arrangements for
celebrating the coming Fourth of .Inly.
613t PER ORDFiR.
Central Park Mi M
Friday, .luno Hlih, an Ice Cream festi
val under the mit pices of .Meller and
Tuesday, Juno 211, Fancy Skating by
Iidlcs for .nilies' Dressing Caee valued
at 2S. The audicneo to award the
prize by ballot; any one having taken
previous prize for fancy skating haired
nut of Ibis i act).
Fiiday,.Tune 20. Masquerade on Skates
every one to fi'.inifh their own costumo
mane oi uievpeiisivo material, rri.c,
Pair of Skates to lady for most unique
coituniu. Dance to follow If majoilty
Tuculay, Juno CO, Fancy Skating by
Gentlemen. Prize, $10; same condl.
tions as 2!lrd.
1011) Uin D. P. SMITH. Proprietor.
The nudcrsdgncd having
taken charge ot Baggage
ICvpress" No. ill. for the
puqm-u ol earning on the Express and
Dray businefs, 'hopes by pijing strict
attention to business to leeeivo a share
of public patronage.
37" .Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. ANTON E A. ICKU.MI.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
Outers may be left with O. Hammer,
or West, Dow & Co., Telephone. 17U.
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HAVING obtnlncd this services of a M
lint e las? Piano Timer, wo wish M
to Intuini lliu public that we arc able to
Tunc and Rciialr Pianos at thort notice.
All orders left with us will ho promptly
attended to, and all work warrantid.
1033 ly WIST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
"VXTITII West, Dow & Co., wislici to
? T inform the ladies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will take a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to learn will please apply at the store.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN 5THKET. Lcs.
sons given In Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayou Painting in Oil nnd Water
Colors. Kluweia in Wax, Wool, Plmh,
Felt, Silk, Leather, Hair, CrjMnl, Fea.
ther and FIxlisralo. All kinds of Em.
bniidoiy and Designing taught with
Skeleton Bead, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, etc, up.
ply to A. M. BURICE,
!l !lni Temple of Fashion.
i The Fine American Bark
Due at this port on the
lOth ,Tuly IVoxt,
Will lme immediate desp'ttch for Hong
Fur freight or pasage apply to
43 (iw C. BREWER & Co., Queen St.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), is prepared to
execute all orders for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, and chnrges
strictly moderate. 40 Um
Has just received an
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
New Zealand Potatoes
Gala. Potatoes (new crop), Onions,
Smoked Ucef, No. 1 Mackerel and
White Fish (at ietail),Col Fish,
Vienna Sausages !
Iird. Lunch Tongue, Cheese, Buck,
wheat Flour, Syrup, New Orleans
Molasses, Maplo'Syrup, Cube Sugar,
O-raiiltd- Siig-jxi !
Powdered Sugar, Kerosene Oil, Mot.
tied Soap. Also, Bowen's Choice
Garden SeeilH. Oat, Bran, Wheal,
Corn, &e, &c. CHAS. HUSTACE.
' 44 2w
'o. SB Jlotel trecl.
These new Parlors, containing sixteen
PnivATi: Booms, have been elegantly
decorated and furnished, and will be
kept as a first-class resort. The
Celebrated Elite Ice Cream
Will be made from pure cream with
pine delicious flavorings. Vanilla, I.e.
inon, Orange, Pino Apple, Strawbeiry,
Peach, Almond, Cofl'ee Oluce, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In large variety. Serud with Cane
made on ihc Premises. Ice Cream
Drinks made to order in any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti I.e.
immuilc Robert's choicest (aruTicsic
celveil friadi by every steamer. Fund
lie, Pa i tie-, Balls and Weddings sup.
piled at -hoit notice. Ladles car. hae
their home-made Creams frozen mid
Cakes baked to oidei at reasonable
prices. A large utMiitmcnt of Shells,
Corals, Volcanic Specimens, Tapas and
general Ihlmul Curios nlway.s on hand
at reasonable prices.
II. J. HART,
Propiletor of the Elite Ice Cream Par-
lors, Ring up Telephone No. It2.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
TTAVING just completed
two 27 feet
.jljl sun uoaib
on the iuoili'1 of the
Kl nan's boat, so highly approved by
Capt. King and otheib, I am now pre.
piu cd to 1)11 other orders. These boats
imve their timbers In ono piece running
iicro.s iho keel from gunwale to gun.
wale, bent by htcam; thwart knees also
bent 2 and 2 inches square. They arc
consequently lighter mid more flexible,
and, tho timbers being closer together,
stronger and lesj llablo to bo severely
bulged that those built after tho usual
process with the timbers in pieces and
far apart. These boats will be sold 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, and
to supply duplicnto parts of tho same at
a few hours' notice. There aro several
of these boats now open to inspection
which will bo sold finished or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
Stems, Knees and Timbers, all shapcH
and sizes. Also Several hundred feet
of finished O.il; Stitch. In-time Clialing
LBattcus, bold pci foot in quantities to
suit; and the only trucK in town ut to
carry a Boat without cracking and
straining her can bo bought or hired at
the Enterprise Mill Apply at tho En
tcrpiUe Mill, Queen St.
.7. A. DOWER.
Mutual Telephone No. 325, 88 lm