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MONDAY, .U'NE 22, 18SA.
Slmr .lni Mnkro fnim Knit.il
Sclir F.liuknl fiom Wnlalui
Schr Nellie Meirlll from I.ahaltia
Sclir Wullele from Mallko
Schr Manunkawal from Koohut
1 lino 22
S S Alameda from San Francisco
Schr l.tikn fiom ICoholnlele
Brit Bk Buimah from Glasgow
, , DEPARTURES.
Torn A'csta for l'oi t Towneeiid
Stmr Llkellkc for Knhuliii
Stmr lwnhuii for Ilrmnkmi
Stmr W G Hull for Windward Volts
Stun-.Ins I Dowsctt for Molokai
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
Sclir Hob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Kliiau for Windward ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr .Tas Makec for Kapaa
Schr Wallelo for Mallko
Sclir Mana for llonomu
Schr Ehukul for Wninlua
Sclir Nettlo Merrill for Lahalua
Bktno Klikilat for Port Townscm!
VESSELS IN PORT.
British hlc Orlentc, Hughe
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutler
Bk Calbnrien, Hubbard
Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
Barkentlne Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Morae
Brit Bk Burniah,
From Kauai per Stmr .las Makec
June 21 Mr and Mrs W II Bice, Capt
lioss, Mr ami Mrs W F Allen, Dr Shel
don, Dr Thompson, Mr aud Mrs L Tit
comb and child, Mr Branihall and -10
From S F per S S Alameda, June 22
J T Watcrhotiso and wife, F W Da
mon, Dr A A Mourltz and wife. M S
Grlnbaum, Miss L Louion, Miss M
Walker, Miss A Walker. Palmer Woods,
,T Jtubenstcin, Miss L Jackson. F Mc
Quadn aud wife, Mrs W Wilder. G K
Wilder, II Wilder. Mrs J .7 Kessler, M
M Sohi.bl, F .7 Young aud wife, S C
Reynold" and wife. Mls M .7 Davis, G
Bolinson, Miss I Kuowlaud. Jos Tildeu,
Mrs S .7 Levey aud infant, A Hoffnung
and wife, Miss L Iloffnung, H Edwards,
Mrs C C Baker aud son, Mrs M A Mo
lincc and daughter, 0 T Hoyt, G Brown
and ICO steerage.
The bktne Ella, Capt Howe, arrived
Saturday morning, lit days from S F.
The Capt reports line "weather and
strong trade winds. She is consigned
to Brewer & Co. and is docked near
that company's wharf.
The Planter was hauled up on the
Marine Railway this morning.
The Ehukai brought 250 hags of su
gar, the Wailcle 1.2C0 bags of sugar,
the Mana 1,307 bags of sugar and the
Manuokuwai 250 bags of sugar and GOO
bags of rice.
Stmr Jas Makce brought 1,7C0 bags of
sugar and 31 hides. The purser reports
the weather being so rough at Kapaa
that no freight could be landed there.
The S S Alameda left S F June loth,
utSpm. Had light NNW and NE
winds to the 20th, thence SE and South
erly with squally weather. 17th. passed
a three-masted schr standhig to the
north. IStli, 1 a m, passed a square
rigged vessel, standing to the north.
Arrived at Honolulu June 22nd at 11
a m, 0 days, 23 hours.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Band concert at the Hotel
Tiiu Pauoa valley road is being
Jon Tilden returned by the Ala
meda looking as happy as a clam.
A Minvrixo of Harmony Lodge will
bo held at 7 :30 o'clock this evening.
Mr.sMts. Hnckfcld & Co. have
pattent filter presses and (liter cloth
Tiik Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
classes meet this evening at G :30 and
Tun two-story coral building
occupied by Chilian & Co., is adver
tised to let.
Judgment in the case of the Jack
son boy has been further deferred
until Wednesday morning.
Dit. John Brodie lias been ap
pointed Port Physician in place of
Dr. Henri McGrow, resigned.
The new American Consul, Mr.
J. II. Putnam, is in San Francisco,
nnd will he hero on the Mariposa
O.ni: of the smallpox patients at
tho quarantine grounds died yester
day, and three cases remain in tho
A dividend of $10 per share is
now payable the shareholders of the
Grove Ranch Plantation, at tho office
of Bishop & Co.
Wi: havo to thank purser Sutton
of the Alameda and Hon H. M.
Whitnoy, Postmaster-General, for
late news favors.
One of our clerical divines stopped
short in his sermon last evening nnd
made tho remark, "I do not want
any talking in tlio choir."
The S. S. Alameda arrived this
morning at 11 o'clock from San
Francisco with a fair passenger list
tuul a good cargo of freight.
ui i.i ij'
Slit. Frank Hi Aiiotbnch leaves by
llic Likeliko this afternoon to assume
the position of kookkcopor for tlio
Reciprocity Sugar Co., Jlniil.
. . - .
His Kx. the United States Minis
ter Resident, and Mrs. Merrill were
present at the morning service at
.St. Andrew's Cathedral yesterday.
Mn. nnd Mrs. J. T. Waterhousc,
Mr. Frank Damon, Mrs. "William
"Wilder, and Dr. A. Monritz nnd
wife were amongst the arrivals by
Tiiukk was sonic trouble on Fri
day evening in Patioa yallc' among
Portuguese and natives, all about
some goats. The matter will come
up in the Police Court to-morrow.
Tin: thief who has been stealing
milk from Mr. Hertz's houso turns
out to bo a Poiluguc-c woman. She
goes about at night with a big poll,
and uo doubt does a large business
in a milk' way.
Thk Misses Maggie and Annie
Walker, daughters of Hon. J. S.
Walker, arrived by the Alameda this
morning from Oakland, where they
have been the past year attending
school at Sncll's Seminary.
Lewis & Co. received on ico by
the Alameda, fresh peaches, pears,
plums, apricots, apples, codfish,
Rock cod, sea bass, smelts, crabs,
shrimps, oysters in tin and shells,
and n full line of groceries.
Mn. A. Iloffnung and
Miss Iloffnung arrived by
meda this morniug. Mr.
Iloffnung is well-known hero in connection
with Portuguese immigration, and
Mrs. Hoffnung is a sister of Messrs.
L. J. and S. J. Levey.
Tin: Chinese prisoner who escaped
from the gang last week has not get
been caught. It is expected he is
on one of the other islands. As he
has a broken thumb on the right
hand and no queue, it is likely he
will not remain long at large.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
on the premises corner of Fort and
Merchant street, Lyons and Levey
will sell by order of the assignees of
the estate of J. L. Rosenberg, the
stock-in-trade, consisting of gents',
boys' and youth's cloth, felt and
straw hats, boots and shoes, hosiery,
shirts, underwear, etc.
In G. "SV. Macfarlane & Co.'s
store may be seen a beautiful water
lily of the Niy mphaea odorata species.
It was grown in a barrel filled with
water, and is the first of its kind
ever grown on the islands. Several
persons have tried to grow them
here, but it was left to Mrs. Henry
Macfarlane to meet with success.
That lady obtained the bulb from
The Picnic of the Bethel Union
Church Sunday school at the "WJaikiki
residence of Mr. S. M. Damon,
Saturday afternoon, was a very suc
cessful affair. The weather was
delightful and a large lanai had been
erected where refreshments were
served. The children amused them
selves with sea bathing, games, etc.,
and all returned home delighted with
the day's outing.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Niuianu street. 080. tf.
Just received a well selected stock
of fresh artists' materials, directfrom
Winsor& Newton, London, per bark
Orientc. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 51 3t
AVest, Dow & Co. received ex
Alamcdn a large assortment of fur
niture, including B. W., ash and
maple marble top sets, cheap sets,
and a large number of cheap bureaus
and wash-stands, to be sold sepa
rately. Velocipedes, willow bats,
large variety of baseball, American
and Hawaiian flags an'd a good as
sortment of fire-works for the 4th.
They also received ex-Ella a large
assortment of small cheap tables.
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 us. Thcso Bathing Goods are
going off rapidly. We have also
been shown a few of the famous
Irish Blackthorn Sticks, direct from
Dublin. All these nice goods are
now on view at tho storo of M. Mc
Inerny. f2 3t.
THE GAME OF POLO.
The first game of polo on skates
ever played in this city camo off Fri
day evening at the Yoscmitc Skating
Rink. Previous to the game the
floor was occupied by numerous ska
ters, tluTstrailis of the band adding
much to tho enjoyment of tho even
ing. The original gamo of polo is
played on horseback, each rider
carrying a stick with a crook at one
end. A small ball is used in the
game. The number of players on a
side iB seven, and "the object is to
get the ball through goals a certain
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dWlaiice Apart Tlio players Inst
evening wcro on skat03. Two teams
contested, Iho Yoscmltcs nnd tlio
Alerts. Tlio goals wcro placed at
cither end of tlio rink, and the open
ing through which tlio ball had to
be sent was about six feet. Four
judges wore selected, two at cither
goal. Tlio ball, an India rubber
one about two and a Half Inches In
diameter, was placed in the centre
of the hall. Mr. Wall, the manager
of the rink, ofllciatcd as umpire.
At the tap of the bell the game coni
mcnccd,and on nearly every occasion
the Yoscmiles were first to get nt the
ball. The first goal was obtained
by the latter in less than one minute.
The second took longer and created
much amusement, the ball flying in
all directions with the players of
both teams in hot pursuit. After a
little over four minutes' play, the
Yoscmiles found the way to the
goal. The Alerts now braced up and
after a minute's furious play obtain
ed the third goal. They also placed
the fourth goal to their credit after
about a minute and a half's play,
thus equalizing matters. As it took
three goals to win a game, excite
ment ran high, and both sides did
their utmost to obtain the winning
goal. After playing about six
minutes thc.Yoscmitcs sent the ball
between the posts and were declared
the winners by a score of ! to 2.
The game was very enjoyable from
beginning to end, and it is to lie
hoped that other teams will be form
ed and a scries of games played.
0GEANICS 1 1 H0N0LULUS 6.
The baseball match between the
above two clubs was played on
Saturday afternoon, and attracted,
as might have been expected, a very
large audience, who, took great in
terest in the proceedings. The
Oceanics looked very neat in their
red and white uniform. The Hono
lulus might improve their appear
ance by adopting a common uniform,
particularly in caps. The Ilono
lulus started off well, making four
runs in the first inning, while the
Oceanics were whitewashed. In the
second innings both sides were put
out in quick succession without
scoring. During the third inning
of the Ilonolultis, Thurston made a
splendid catch at the third base,
and George Markham was hauled
over th'c coals by the captain for
being a little lazy in running bases.
The Oceanics made their first run
in their third innings, and three
more in the fourth. In the latter
innings Thurston got to first and
stole second by the skin of his teeth.
His attitude as ho grasped the base
bag, though of brief duration, was
legally amusing. From this inning
the Oceanics gradually increased
their score, while the Ilonolulus
were not able to do much with
Wall's pitching. Scott and Wodc
housc did good work behind the bat,
and, altogether, the game was
thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. F. Bishop
made a very impartial umpire. The
following is the standing of the four
clubs in the scries of games up to
Oceanics 2 0
Ilonolulus 2 1
Married 1 2
Pacifies 0 2
FUNERAL OF R. C. AUSTIN.
Yesterday afternoon the last
honors were paid to the remains of
the late Mr. K. C. Austin, nt the
family residence at Palama. About
four o'clock, shortly after the heavy
rain had ceased, the services in the
house began. They were conducted
by the Kev. E. C. Oggel in English
and the Rev. II. II. Parker in Ha
waiian. After the services wcro
concluded the friends and acquaint
ances passed round the coffin, which
was covered with beautiful floral de
signs in pure white flowers, to take
a last view of the deceased. Amongst
the large number of friends present,
to testify their respect and affection
for the deceased, were His Majesty.
His Ex. J. M. ICapena, several of
the Customs officials, nnd the chief
officers and many of the.mcmbcrs of.
the Fire Department. The proces
sion formed to the grave, headed by
the Fire Department in uniform,
eight members in the rear bearing
the coflln. On arriving at the grave,
tho coffin was lowered into it along
with that of William, late- brother
of the deceased, which had lain in a
small building at tho spot for two
years. The last touching words of
the rituol for the dead were repeated
over the grave, and the sad assem
A very good audienco assembled
at Kawaiahao Church, Saturday
evening, at tlio Montague-Turner
conceit. His Majesty the King, II.
It. II. Princess Liliuokalaui and His
Ex. Gov. Dominis wcro present.
Miss Annis Montague sang beauti
fully throughout the evening and
was encored for her rendering of
the two native songs, " Aloha Oo"
and "Ka Oiwi Nani," the latter a
new one. Mr. Chas. Turner fully
deserved an encore for tho fino
manner in which ho sang Handel's
air, "Sound an Alarm." Mr.
Michiels played the trumpet obli
gate with great taste. Mra. J. K.
WiBeman was dowu for two num-
hers, both of which wcro rendered
with much skill. This lady is a
great acquisition to our musical
circles. Thero is no need for pay
ing anything about tlio band, for It
always plays well. The audience
was one of the coldest wo have seen
in Honolulu for some time, scarcely
auj' enthusiasm at all.
A PLEASANT AFFAIR.
The announcement of
CTcam festival drew out
attendance at the Central Park skat
ing rink last Friday evening. The in
terior presented n gay appearance, a
row of colored lanterns was hung the
whole length of the building nnd at
one cud were two long tables tastily
arranged, and on which stood beau
tiful bouquets of flowers. During
the early part of the evening the
floor was dotted with graceful skaters
of both sexes, prominent among
which was a lady, Mrs. Richards,
whose fine skating was the subject
of much admiration. A detachment
of the Royal Hawaiian Band was
present and discoursed good music.
At a given timo cvciyonc in the
building was invited to partako of a
generous supply of Mcllcr & Halbe's
famous ico cream, served at the
tables previously mentioned. All
wetc loud in praise of the proprietor's
generosity and the wish was fre
quently expressed that it would not
be the last occasion of its kind. A
great improvement is noticeable at
this rink by the 'removal of the
wooden pillars, giving an unob
structed surface to skate on.
LATEST SUGAR NEWS.
From Williams, Dimond & Co.'s
circular wc learn that the San Fran
cisco market continues in about the
same position as noted a month ago,
except that at that time the prices of
the American Refiuery were j cent
below the California Refinery, and
they arc now a c. higher, the reduc
tion having lasted only a few days.
There is no change in the situation
of the Eastern and Forcgn markets.
There has been a reaction in beets
since last report, but it is only con
sidered temporary. European crops
are backward and the deficiency is
estimated from 500,000 to 000,000
tons. Cuba crop is finished and is
about the same as last year. There
are few sellers. No change in Manila
basis, which is 5. CO.
NOT THE SAME QUEEN.
In a London, Eng., Police Court
recently, a young boy was charged
with obtaining money by false pre
tences. It appears a acntlcinan
heard a report that the (Jucen was
dead, and walking down to Charing
Cross Station where the boy was
selling newspapers, iicard him call
ing out, "Death of the Queen."
The gentleman bought a paper at a
slightly adranccd price, onby to find
tliat it was Queen Emma of Hawaii
who was dead, and not Queen Victo
ria. A policeman said numerous
persons had complained about the
boy, but would not give him in cus
tody. The magistrate remanded the
case for a week, remarking that he
should have to consider whether
what the boy had said amounted to
a false pretence.
Miss Anuis Montague and Mr.
Chas. Turner will give their farewell
concert at Music Hall, Saturday
evening. On this occasion they will
gave the garden and church scenes,
and the last act of Gounod's master
piece, Faust. Mr. Merger will have
charge of the chorus and orchestra.
The above two talented artists will
leave us, July 1st, for England,
where they intend to reside perma
nently, itemembcr this will be tho
last chance to hear our Hawaiian
nightingale. The box plan will open
at Wiseman's Wednesday morning
at 0 o'clock.
BURCLARY ON KAUAI.
On last Wednesday night, Mr. A.
S. Wilco.x'a olllcc, at Ilanamaiiln,
was entered, a small safe or box
was opened, and S800 stolen. It
was remarkable that the box had not
been used by Mr. Wilcox until the
very night of tlio burglary, when he
placed the money just received
in it temporarily, because his large
safe was filled up. No arrest has
been made yet, but it is probable
that the guilty parties will be caught.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CONCERT.
The Band will play at tho Hotel
this evening at 7:110, in honor of
His Ex. George W. Merrill, United
States Minister resident. Tlio fol
lowing is tho programme:
March Coronation Meyerheer
Overture America Chinas
Waltz Scented Flowers. . . . Wiildteufel
Selection Marco VUcontl Putrclla
Medley Pleasant Memories Beyer
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Flnalu Marltana Wallace
Waltz Spanish Wiildteufel
Star Spangled Banner, Hawaii Ponol.
The Hawaiian Bazaar, late Ten Cent
Store, is being generally sold out,
and must bo entirely closed out be
fore July 15. Great reductions in
GUT WITH SCISSORS.
OH .Saturday evening n little
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driver of the soda water cart and an
employee by the name of Jordan.
The latter in tlio course of tho quarrel
look up a pair of scissors and in
flicted rather nasty gasho on the
nose and face of the driver, disfigur
ing him somewhat. 'Die origin of
the dispute was a trifling matter In
connection with business.
. , ... .
There can bo but little question
that Grunt had the poor icmnant of
the Confederate army absolutely in
his power; thcic can be no question
that Grant himself was convinced
that such was the case. Even sup
posing that he knew everything that
was passing in Leu's mind, and that
he believed insistence tin uncondi
tional surrender would result in mad
resistance on the part of the Con
federates, even then the offer of
liouorrblu terms was an act of the
greatest magnanimity. G rant recog
nized Lcc as an honorable foe, and
the light being over, like a true sol
dier, ho held out his right hand to
him. If the whole North had been
actuated by the spii it that actuated
Grant at that-moment, reconciliation
would have come twenty years
sooner. Yes, Grant was magnani
mous, Gen. Early lo the contrary,
notwithstanding. While the old
soldier lies gasping in his last strug
gle with tho foe who overcomes all,
the South forgets mairy things. She
remembers only Grant the generous,
Grant the victor and Appomattox.
Charleston, S. C, Courier.
On a certain occasion W. K.
Travcra was in a stage going up
Fifth avenue, and his son, W. It.,
Jr., who was then a very small boy,
was sitting on his knee, the stage
being very crowded. A lady got in
and there was no scat for her. Mr.
Travers, with his usual gallantry,
said to his son : " B-Uilly, g-gct up
and give the 1-lady j'our scat."
A prominent member of a church
not a thousand miles from this city
was talking with his pastor the other
day about an excellent, but some
what aggressive, lady of the parish.
After descanting at length on her
virtues he concluded by saying:
" In fact, she may be called the salt
of the earth." "Yes," responded
the clergyman, quickly, "and the
pepper, loo." Ar. Y. Tribune.
A story is told of an old lady
refused to be comforted by
pastor's assurance that when lie left
she would have a better pastor as a
successor. "Na, ua," she said,
" I have scon fouitccn changes in
the ministers since I attended the
kirk, and every one has been waur
Cnusus Bcckworthy Sr. (to Ruskin
dc Vcre, art critic) Now that's
what I call a line picture ; shows re
markable talent. My daughter
painted that, sir, and 1 wouldn't
take S200 for it. Why, the paint
alone cost 8150 Harvard Jauti
poon. HOUSE TO LET
NI) Furniture for Sale,
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Olllcc with Mr. Fishhouwc. 003 3m
AU. , Nicely funiiblied rooms with
j3"v!or without hoard in a privatu
Bgyi.teininilv. Convcnlcntlv located.
Apply to " AVEUY & 1'A'bMEH,
51 lw Heal Estate Agents, Oil Foit St.
TjlOUR pleasant rooms suitable for
JC nfhccrf, sucoi.d floor of the Brewer
Block, on Fort Slreel, over tho store of
N. S. Snch?. Apnlv to
AVERY & PALMER,
Real Estate Agenls, No. !G Fort Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice -1 room cotta;c. within
ea--y reach of Honolulu, situ.
!ate at Kapnlaimi. Terms $20
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A J. Cartwtlght,
at his olllcc. 10 if
AI.E drills due Samuel Noit. which
are not paid on or before July 1ft
next, will bi3 enforced by mit. J!1I1h aiu
payabln with b A. Thiii-ston, !I8 Mer
chant St, h. A THURSTON,
CI lw Attorney forS. Nolt.
TMJE STORE lately occupied by
X. bamiiel ott, in Campbell' Block,
on Fort Street. Apply lo
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. IJii.unoii.v5I.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 085 tf
A FINE lot of Rico Straw suitable
beddlue; for horses iR offered for
sale in rj'.ianl itic-s to suit buyers, at a
reasonable price. Enquire of
WONG LEONG CO.,
1007 :iiu No. 1(1 Nuunnu St., Honolulu.
For Kent or Sale.
iJSILA'""1 premises on Nuuaiiu Steot,
-.fW0Pl",8ilJ thu Maiibolciiin, own.
EfilSSSEed and lately occupied by
Samuel Nott. Apply to
h. A. THUKSTOX,
.18 .Merchant St.
Honolulu, Juno 1th, 1835. 083 tf
v..., ..( .!.. i,.i, ii, In inrorm the liitb o that woaroablo to
riiuanu street store between lnoTi,l.nn,iiiJ.i.ti hn.i,n..
T.1 AVI NO obtained tlio services of a
Iltrlast Piano Tuner, wc wUh
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.-. " "'riiiii"raiiiiiwi
All orders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & UO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock, i
WITH West, how vfc Co., wishes to
inform the ladie3 nnd gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will take a few
pupils on the Guitar. Anyone wishing
lo iuarn will please npplrnt the store.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
"VTO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
IA sons given in Marine, Landtcapc,
Mock Kensington, Photograph and
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors, riowcis in Wax, Wool, FIuMi,
Kelt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fea.
thcr and Klshsralo. All kinds of Em.
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Head, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
iiiiu million work. For tennp. etc. an.
A. M. BURKE.
Temple of Fashion.
The Fino American Dark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due at tit tb port on the
lOlh .July TSoxt,-
Will have immediate despatch forltuug
For freight or parage apply to
18 Gw C. IHtEWElt & 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 charges
strictly moderate. 40 8m
Has just received an
ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
New Zealand Potatoes
Cala. Potatoes (new crop), Onion?,
Smoked Beef, No. 1 Mackerel and
White Kish (at retail), Cod Fish,
Vienna Sausages !
Lard. Lunch Tongue, Cheese, Iiuck
wheal Flour, Syrup, New Orleans
Mohissc; , Maple Syrup, Cuhe Sugar,
Powdered Sugar, Kerosene Oil, Mot
tied Soup. Also, Bowcn's Choice
Garden Seeds, Oats, Bran, Wheat,
Corn, &c, &c. CHAS. HUSTACE.
ICE GBBAI PARLORS,
o. S5 Hotel Street.
These new Parlors, containing sixteen
PnivATi: Rooms, 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, Le
mon, Orange, Pino Apple, Strawberry,
Peach, Almond, Coffee Glace, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Ices,
In largo variety. Served with CaKe
made on tho Premises, lcc Cream
Drinks made to order in any style.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Tahiti I.e.
inouadc. Robert's choicest candles re.
ceived fresh by every steamer. Faini.
lies, Parties, Balls and Weddings sup.
plied at bliort notice. Ladies cau have
their home-made Crcayis frozen ami
Cakes baked to ordci at reasonable
prices. A largo assortment of Shells,
CornN, Volcanic Specimens, Tapas and
gcneial Island Curios always on hand
at reasonable prices.
II. ,T. IIAUT,
Proptictor of the Elite Ico Cream Par
ots. Ring up Telephone No. Iki.
j. aTdowe r
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder,
HAVING jiiht completed two 27 feet
Surf BoatH on the model of the
Kinan'rt bout, fo highly approved by
Capt. King and otliois, I am now pre
pared to till other orders. These hoalH
have their timbers. in one piecu iiiiinlng
across tho keel from gunwale to gun.
wule, bent by bteam; thwart knees also
bent 'i and liJJ inches square. They are
consequently lighter and moro flexible,
and, tho timbers being closer together,
stronger and les3 liable to ho severely
bulged that those built after tho usual
process willi tlio Umbers in pieces and
far apart. Thcso boats will bo 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
lo supply dupllcato purls of tho same at
a few hours notice. There aro several
of theso boats now open to inspection
which will bo sold flnUhcd or otherwise.
ALSO On hand and for sale, Oak
Stems, Knees and Timbers, all shapes
and sizes. Also Several hundred foot
of finished Oak Slitch-in-timo dialing
Battens, sold per foot in quantities to
btiltj and tlio only truck in town fit to
carry a Boat without cracking and
straining her can bo bought, or hired at
the Enterprise Mill Apply at the En.
terprlso Mill, Queen St.
.L A. DOWER,
Mutual Telephone No, 825. 38 lm