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MONDAY, JULY 13, 1885.
T , ARRIVALS.
Stmr 0 R Bishop from Kauai
P 31 S S City of Sydney fiom S V
Stmr Flnutcr from Kniiul
ScUr Lcnlii from Kukulau
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Schr KiUIol from Kalwllahllahi
Schr-Waloll from Mnllko
Schr 3Illlo 3Iorrls from MoloVal
Schr Walmalu from Mallko
Sohr Ehukal from Wninlua
T , DEPARTURES.
S S City of Sydney for Australia
Stmr Lchtta for Kaliulul
Stmr James 1 Dowsctt for Molokal
Stmr Mokolll for 3Iolokal
Bk Julia Ford for San Francisco
Bk Louis IX for Piute t Sound
Schr Kawnllanl for Koolau
Sclir Mauuokawai for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Schr'Halcakala for Pepcokco
Schr Katilkeaoull for Kohaln
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Uktno Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Stmr Kiiiau for Windward Ports
Stmr Iwalaul for Hnmakua
Stmr C It Bishop for Kauai
Schr Ehukal for Wainlua
Schr Waloll for
Schr Walmalu for Hilo
Schr Ka 31ol for Laupahoehoe
Schr Leahi for llnunlcl
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
3k Julia Ford. Burgcinun
Fr Bk Louis IX, Labour
S S Mariposa, Ilaywaul
Bk Mount Lebanon
Bgtne. W G Irwin, Turner
From S V per S S City of Sydney,
July, 12 Mrs A Lathrop and maid,
Miss A Pease, Miss 31 Chester, 3Irs H L
Anderson, 3Ir W E Spencer, 31r C
Xexdorff and 50 Chinese in the steerage,
From Humboldt Bay, Cal. per tern
Eva, July 11 II D Wcntworth & wife,
P A Anderson, A G Brown and P Peter
son. For the Colonies, per steamship City
of Sydney, July 12 C J E Cuvell, W
Buck and 5 Chinese steerage passengers .
From Niiliau aud Kauai per steamer
Planter. July 12 W II Rice, Col Z S
Spalding, J Sherman, J W Habn, E
Dowsett, A 3IcBrvde, Dr J K Smith,
Misses Ilartwcll (2), 3Ir Aliona, X Hol
bert and 40 deck.
The bk Julia Ford sailed this morn
ing for S F with 13,001 bags of sucar,
valued at 880,000.
The stmr Bishop sails to-morrow at 8
o'clock a m, and the Iwalani at -1 p m.
The Planter sails on Wednesday at 5
o'clock p m.
The stmr Planter brought 2,125 bags
sugar, 99 bags rice, 20 bags pia, 18
hides, 100 sheep and 1 horse.
The S S City of Sydney 'bailed from
S F, Julyo, and discharged pilot nt4:13
p m. Experienced light baffling .winds
and fine" weather during the voyage.
Received pilot at Honolulu, July 12, at
5 o'clock p m. Pa-sciigcrs for Hono
lulu (33, of which 50 are Chinese. Mdsc
and papers 8 pkgs, and9 bags mail.
AtPalama. July 11, by Rev. II. II.
Parker, Jlr. Le Claire, chief-officer of
steamer Iwalani, to 3Iiss Lucy Allen.
In San Rafael, Cal., July 2nd, Alice
Gullixsou, wife of 11. F. Lewis, of Ho
nolulu, aged 22 years, 7 months and 4
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OP THE
HAWAIIAN TREASURY FOR THE
THREE MONTHS ENDING
.TUNE 30, 188.").
Balance from 3Iar. 31,1883.. .811,837 13
From lines, pun
Receipts 121,273 fir,
Department. . . 00,372 07
venue account. 39 09
From Loan Fund 4,700 00
Fund 3,209 8:.
stamps 4,295 fiO
taxes 18 00
From Brands.... 27 00
Lonn 80,000 00295,146 70
Civil List 10,031 00
tlements 1,310 00
ment 14,310 20
Foreign Olllco... 22,071 52
ment 110,172 35
ment 33,032 27
ment 53.558 32
Board of Educa
tion 18,f77 90
Board of Health. 2S.053 73
Special Loan.... 1,014 00
Account 147 81
al 539 10301,524 43
Balance In Tieasury 5,481 40
John 31. Kapena,
Minister of FlnancOv
Treasury Office, June 30, 1885.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. '"
CoimEsrosDifscE and Japanese
news on the fouith page.
Fn'TY-six Chincso arrived by the
S. S. City of Sydnoy yesterday.
Tue Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening.
Sachs has a new advertisement in
to-day's issue which it will pay to
A meeting of PaclQc Hose Co. ,
No. 1, will bo held this evening at
The resignation of second cov
pornl J. H. Fisher of the Honolulu
Rifles has been tendered.
W. H. Greig, Honolulu, was ono
of the graduates fiom Hcald's busi
ness College, San Francisco, at the
close of last term, Juno 30th.
The S. S. Kinau leaves to-morrow
for the Volcano by the new route.
Thirteen passengers are so far book
ed to leave by her on that trip.
The members of Engine Co. No.
2 had their regular monthly drill
Saturday afternoon at the corner of
Hotel and Alakca streets. It was
Mrs. Emerson, wife of Billio
Emerson the minstrel, was a through
passenger by the Australian steamer
yesterday, en route to join her hus
band in Sydney.
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The interior of the Chinese Thea
tre is undergoing a complete renova
tion, certainly not before time. It
will take about two weeks to com
plete the improvement.
The clipper tern Ke Au Hou will
sail for the South Sea Islands on or
about July l"th. For freight or
passage apply to PaciQc Navigation
Co., or Captain Lovell on board.
Rev. Robert McKenzie, of San
Francisco, who lectured here on
"Scotch characteristics," a few
months ago, has been made a D. D.
by Center College, Danville, Ken
tucky. . . .
Miss M. Chester, a niece of the
Right Rev. Bishop Whittaker, of
Nevada, was a passenger by the
City of Sydney yesterday, and will
remain on the islands for a few
Leon & Cushman, two well-known
minstrels, were through passengers
by the City of Sydney yesterday.
They open in Melbourne, August
,15th, with Leon and Cushman's
A shooting match took place at the
Park on Saturday afternoon between
F. J. Higgins and W. Uner, 140
l omuls each, distance 200 yards.
The former won after a close match,
1G0 to 157.
This afternoon at five o'clock Mr.
W. II. Cornwell's May D. and Kea
lia Ranch Rosita will contest a mile
dash for $250 a side. It promises to
be a clinking race. Rosita is slightly
There were eight contestants in
the turkej' hunt at the Yosemite
skating rink Saturday evening.
After half an hour's side-splitting
fun Kaupu was declared the winner
and awarded the turkey.
The P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived at 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon, a littlo over seven days- from
San Francisco. She left again at 10
o'clock for the Colonies. Her
through cargo was valued at $77,
979. The O. S. S. Mariposa leaves on
Wednesday at 12 o'clock noon for
San Francisco. The Post-office mail
closes at 10 a. m., a late Letter bag
at 11 a. m. Applications for money
orders by this steamer muni be made
before noon of to-morrow.
Two excellent sermons were
pieached at the Bethel Union Church
yesterday by the Rev. Oliver P.
Emerson. The subject in the morn
ing was "The Fatheihood of God,"
and in the evening, "'Condemned'
and 'Saved.' " The congregations
The captain of "Kc Au Hou"
will be pleased to receive donations
of old books, papijis, etc., for dis
tribution among the traders of the
various Islands. They can be left
at the office of tl ic Pacific Navigation
Company, or the captain will be
happy to call for them if addresses
of would-be co ntributois are left at
The annua'l examination of Mrs.
Wallace's A.cademic School for
Gills taken p'lacc upon Thursday and
Friday, the ICth and 17th. The
closing; exercises will begin at hall
past one o'clock Friday afternoon,
It is hoped that all friends of the
school who would feel pleasure in
being present will consider this no
tice, a sufficient invitation.
Bv yesterday's mail Mr. J. E.
Wiseman received a letter from the
manager of Freyer's circus and
Queseurriculuw, who is thinking of
bringing the troupo down hero for a
short season. It consist of acrobats,
gymnasts, clowns, 9 ponies, 8 dogs
and 2 goats. The animals aro nil
highly trained. If arrangements are
made the troupe will leave San
Francisco, August 15tb. Tho press
of the latter city speaks well of
See those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 68 8t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr' is the place for it,
13 Nuuami street. 980. tf.
Duiuno. the continuance of tho
Clearanco Sale at the Hawaiian
Bazar, late Ten Cent Storo, from
this date, n reduction of ten percent
will bo allowed from nil purchases of
:i dollar and over. 07 lw
OFF FOR ENGLAND.
The Rev. Alexander and Mrs.
Mackintosh will leave by the S. S.
Zenlnndia on August 2nd for n four
months' trip to England. For some
time past the former has not been
enjoying the best of health, and his
doctor has ordered a complete change
of air. The latter, as everyone will
agree witli us, richly deserves a rest,
but she will be missed for tho time
by many a poor and sick person to
whose wants she has attended with
such faithfulness, besides attending
to other duties. The' will earnestly
wish her, as we do them both, a
very pleasant voyage and a safe re
turn to Hawaii net.
There was a fair attendance at
Kapiolani Park Saturday afternoon,
to witness the trotting race between
Mr. E. B. Thomas' Mack and Mr.
J. Shane's Dick, one mile heat, best
three in Ave, for $100 a side. The
Judges were Messrs. W. H. Corn
well, C. Lucas and J. Dodd ; Time
keepers, Messrs. C. B. Miles and S.
Parker; Stakeholder, S. M. Whit
man. Dick won the race in three
straight heats in the slow times of
3:11, 3:10?, 3:10f. In the second
heat Mack came in first, but on ac
count of crossing his opponent was
not awarded the heat.
By the S. S. City of Sydney the
news was received of the death of the
wife of Mr. Harry F. Lewis, of the
firm of Lewis & Co., grocers, Hotel
street. The deceased lady left the
islands a short time ago for the be
nefit of her health, and for a time
there were signs of improvement.
But when the Mariposa arrived last
Wednesday word was received that
she was dangerously ill and could
not recover. She died on the 2nd
of July, the da3' after the Mariposa
left, at San Rafael, California. Mrs.
Thco. F. Lansing, of this city, is a
sister of the deceased. She and the
bereaved husband have the sympa
thy of the entire community.
A very large crowd of people at
tended at the foot of Alakea street
Saturday evening to witness the test
of the Harden Hand Grenade. It
was a success in every sensa of the
word. A large fire was kindled,
about eight hundred feet of lumber
well-dried being used. It was al
lowed to burn up and did so in the
fiercest manner, causing several ex
pressions of "impossible to put such
a blaze out" from the spectators.
When the wood had caught pretty
well, and the fire was at its height,
Chief Engineer Nott, Messrs. Geo.
Lucas and J. McGuire, fire marshal,
gave the word and by the use of
seven grenades this immense firo
was easily put out. Mr. Gross, the
general manager of the grenade in
the States, used the grenade, and
afterwards gave an exhibition with
a binning chimney. The wonderful
grenades showed to great advantage
Saturday evening and ate without
H0N0LULUS 16 MARRIED MEN 5.
The baseball game on Saturday
between the above clubs was played
at Makiki and attracted a large num
ber of spectators, who took the
greatest interest in the game. The
HonoluhiB havo adopted a uniform
cap of bluo and white, which is an
improvement, though on Saturday
George Markham astonished every
body by coming out in n costume of
pea green pants, rose vest and blue
cap, and was mistaken for the Ha
waiian dandy. It appears the ladies,
taking the cue from a suggestion to
the boys in the Bulletin, made them
a present of cap3. In the lirst innings
the Ilonolulus batted Parker freely
and scored eight runs. This gavo
them a commanding lead. After
the first innings the game was more
interesting, still neither nine played
up to tho maik. The Married Men
got eight bases on called balls, while
the Ilonolulus did not obtain any.
Mr. Davidson umpired the game
carefully. Eckel and Moore, late
of the Pacifies, played with the
Ilonolulus, the former pitching, the
latter playing at third base. Tho
following is the score by innings:
Honolulu, 8, 1, 0, 2, 2. 0, 0, 1, 2.
Married Men, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 3.
BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE.
The foreign jury wn3 in attendance
at the Supreme Court this morning,
arid they were being empanelled for
the first case. Among the number
called was Mr. E. R. Miles, ono of
tho proprietors of the Hawaiian Hotel
stables. Ho had no sooner got into
the box than ho stood up and asked
His Honor Justice McCully to ex
cuse him, as he had very important
business to attend to during the day.
"What is your business, Mr. Miles?"
asked the Justice? "If you please,
your Honor, I want to go out to the
Park to attend a horserace." His
Honor replied that the Court did
not take any notice of horscracing.
So friend Miles sat down and n few
minutes later he looked ono of the
most interested of the jury in a
MR. P. G. JONES CANED.
For the past two or three days
Mr. 1. C. Jones has been unable to
get around as lively as usual, on ac
count of an injury to his foot caused
while playing baseball with the Nuu
ami Valley Juvenile Baseball Club.
On reaching his ofllce this morning
ho was agreeably surprised to find
on his desk a very handsomo cocoa
nut walkiug stick, with an ivory
handle and gold band, on which was
the following inscription: "Pre
sented to Mr. P. C. Jones by his
bookkeeping class." Accompany
ing the stick was the following let
ter: Honolulu. July 11th.
Mn. P. C. Jones,
Dear Sir: We the uudersigncd mem
bers of your bookkeeping class held in
the rooms of the Y. M. C. A., feeling
that wc cannot express what our grate
ful hearts would say, beg of you to ac
cept the accompanying walking stick
as a memento of our gratitude.
James Nott, Edward Wright, Alex.
Robertson, J. N. Kauka. David Shcp
pard, T. S. Douglas, Ed. Dunscombe,
D. J. Scott, AehlAkau, J. Weir Robert
sou, W. W. Weight, T. S. Douglas, J.
White, and all the rest would like to
sign were they present,
Per Thos. Tannatt.
Mr. Jones, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, will leave by the
Mariposa on Wednesday for the
Coast. Mr. Jones returns by the
Monday, July 13th.
Kukahi, Kakimilo, Ileia, Pa, Kua
lani and Jas. Love had to pay SG
each for drunkenness. Aalomo,
charged with distilling spirituous
liquors on the island of Oahu, con
trary to chapter 14, Section 5, laws
of 1882, was remanded until the
20th. Kinney and Peterson ap
peared for him. Lewis Brock was
charged with being a gross cheat by
obtaining $10 under false pretences
from II. Barber. lie was found
guilty in second degree, and fined
$50 and $3.20 costs. Jas. Cahill
was remanded until the 15th inet.
for malicious injury. John Poai
was fined $4 and $1 costs for as
sault and battery on Kauhai.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 4 :30. The
following is the programme:
March Governor Dominis Michiels
Overture Tancredl Rossini
Chorus Lombardians Verdi
Selection Marco Viscouti Pctrclla
Mil Aoao. Mahina Malamaluma.
Selection Macotto Audran
Waltz Remembrance Waldteufel
Polka Trumpeter Hainui
Murch Secret Love Eiehberg
FOREIGNER'S RICHTS IN MEXICO.
A decision was recently rendered
in the Supreme Court of Mexico
that is important in its bearings on
foreigners. A year ago the munici
pal authorities of New Laredo con
fiscated real estate in that city own
ed by Mr. Walsh, an American citi
zen, alleging that, as a foreigner, ho
could not own property in that
country. Mr. Walsh procured an
injunction, and the District Judge
of New Laredo ruled that the .seizure
was illegal. The case was appealed
to the Federal Court, which sus
tained the decision of tho District
Couit and ordered that restitution
of tho property be made. It held
tlidt Mexico cannot confiscate the
property of foreigners without a
violation of the Constitution, and
that no town can do that which the
country at large is forbidden to do.
An illustrated journal called the
Kaiahin Shimbun hns been twico
suspended in Japan, the past month,
for publishing stories calculated to
injure the reputation of a Foreign
7, K. Mtuiih,
Agent "Harden Hand Grenade."
Dear Sir: Having witnessed the
severo test of thu Harden Hand Grenade
Fire Extinguisher given on Sntuulny
evening, July 11th, we hereby take
pleasure in testifying to 1U efficiency as
a Fire Extinguisher, believing it is ol
moro practical value in case of an
emergency than any thing of which wo
know, and wo recommend iheir general
adoption, believing same would greatly
lessen tho number of disastroub fires,
Very respectfully yours,
.Ino. Nott, Chief Engineer II. F. D.;
GKonon Lucas, Ex.Chlef Engineer;
J. V. McGuike, Fire Marshal.
Honolulu. July 13th, 185. 70
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Or fuul On Hotel fStrcot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches Apricots, Plum?, Pears, Nectarines and Prunos. Alto,
Fresh Gala Salmon, do Shrimps, do CortfMi, do Clams In Shell, and Rock Cod.
Also, a fow rico Red Cabbages, Swiss Cheee, Cream Cheese. Edam Ohecso and
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Corned Beef, Fresh Cala Roll Buttor,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Vino Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Baracuta for sale
cheap. A fine lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, Just received and for sale very
cheap In quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full lino of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per O. S. B.
Co.'b steamer Mariposa.
By each arrival of O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, wo received Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oystets and Game on Ice.
Goods delivered freo of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone Nn. 940. Both Companies. P. O. Box 207. (702
E. C. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and Wagon 3MC&kei
In HrHt-clriKS manner- aud prlccH to unit tlio times.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. I.iiii oln, Contractor &, Builder. 6m
A WOMAN to do general housework
JrV. in a familv. A comfortable
and suitable wages promised.
To Let or Lease.
riTIIOSE very desirable premises sllu
X ated at' Kapahimn, opposlle the
" What Cheer House," possession given
at once. For tcims apply to
C5 w JOHN F. COLBURN.
BY o young German, a situation as
coachman. Apply at this ofllce.
THE twoslory coral building occu
pied by Cnulan & Co. as a Rice
Mill, possesion given immediately. Ap
ply to CHULAN & CO.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that we are able to
Tunc and Repuir Pianos at hort notice.
All ordeis left with in will be promptly
attended to, and all o k warrant) d.
103J ly WEST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGER TO LET,
TX7ITH OR WITHOUT BOAHD.
V Delightful hca bathing. Dodd's
'busses run to the jl.icc when two or
more passengers olle-. Apply to
J3r-Telephono302. f.8 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room coltasie within
icay reach of II nolulu, situ.
,ate at Kapalama. Terms 0
per monili. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A J Cariwiight,
at his olllce. 40 if
Honolulu, July 7th, 183".
The undesigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom ior a time, offers for sale
five j ears' lease of the American
Hoiko with all lurniture and appertain,
ments thereunto bcloneing. Apply for
terms on the prcmi-e- N . 70 Maunakca
Stiuet. (6) If) Z. Y. SQUIRES.
THAT very desirable and convenient
F.in.ily Residence nn Beretania
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, E-q,, complete with out-liouses,
stables, gardens aud pasture. Aho, the
premises oc upied atpnsent L,w
Olllco by John Ruec11, Esu, , centrally
located near tho comer of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For paiticulats, up.
ply either hy letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
JN consequence of the pirsmt proprie
tm's inli'iiilrd iluimtluic from the
Kingdom, tho liiisiui'S of il a
A Him- Hhukv Stent annus t.
Doins a llrs! rlam Undo. Thu hmisu is
mi well knuiMi n tin; only Amiiieun
llcMiiiinnt in ihn city, that a ilctailid
acrnuiil l not neresrnry,
.To a suitiibli' purchaser tiio terms of
piivment will U inailu easy, if uquiri'd.
J-or Dinner p.iitiruiniK uppiv 10
AVERY & CALMER,
Real Evtate Agents, or on the premies,
70 Hotel Street. liG lw
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les-
fconsghen in Murine, Landscape,
.Mock Ki'iisiugtou, Photograph and
Ciayon l'.iinling in Oil and Water
Culors. Flnweis in U'nx, Wool, Plush,
Kelt, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, Fea.
titer and FWicnlo. All kinds of Em.
broidery mid Designing taught with
Skeleton Bja 1, Luce, Comb, Glass, Shell
anil Bullion worlc. For terms, etc, ap
ply to A M. BURKE,
;t9 Sin Temple ot Fashion.
HUSTAOE it ROBERTSON have
this day removed their office to
corner of Kabhumauu and Queen streets
in t lie olllre lamly occupied hy Hon.
Cha1'. T. Gulicli. in connection with
our Drayugo Business, Mr J. W. Robert
son, tho newly appointed Kerosene Ware
house Keeper, will lm found, and all
oiders for oil to bo carted to and from
lliu Warehouse will bu promptly attend,
ed to by us.
IIUSTACE & ROBERTSON.
Hawaiian Hell Telephone, No. 83.
Mutual Telephone, No. 10. C4 2v
The Kquitnble Jiife Insurance
Society of the United
EWTAIUblWUED I? 1850.
ISSUES Policies on the most improved
plans viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Saving Fund, Tontines, Semi.Tonlines;
A. B. C. Tontine"; Life and Sun Ivor
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life Risk", Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, .call and
get an estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonable
wish of the insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
ALEX. J. CARTIVHIGHT,
General Agmt for Hawaiian Inlands.
Will ha op:n ciery afternoon and even,
ingri as follows:
Monday, AVoIne&dnj-, ThuvHtlny and
To the pubiic in general.
Tuesday and Frldny EvcnlnsH, and
IVcdnrxday and Haturdny
For ladic and their escorts. "
July H Polo between
July 13 Neck-Tie Party;
f 5 prize for
July 21 Polo" between Yosemltes and
Alert for prize.
July 24 Hun Hunt ; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
July 2H Two mile Race for prize.
July HI Grand fancy dress masquer
ade. Four prizes wilt be
given oao for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor tho
best sustained character, and
one for tho most ci mical.
Fancy skater must lookout for the
month of August.
Danclrg cCery Friday evening from
il to Id.
M.uslo ly tho Band,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; nlro at lhe Wednesday Ma.
tinee. T. E WALL, .Manager.
Geiitral Part Skating Blnk
Open Evsry Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday A fee moons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
lags and on Wednesday
Friday, July 17 Tug-cf-War on
Skitcs.'C on Bide, captains to be ap
pointed to choose teams.
Saturday, July 18 Amateur Race; ono
mile ilnsh; g i-as-you-plo-ise for boys
under Ifi. Prize $."5,
Friday, July 21 Owing to thu grand
success of the last Masiptci ade, anil by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Rink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque,
rado on Skates, with 5 handsome prlzc9,
vli.; $10 will bo given to tho couple,
Lady ami Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes: 85 for the
best Buslnlned character. Lady or Oeu.
tlcman, Biy or Girl; ?5 for the most
comical character; $Wor iho moft orl.
glnal, barring ailvertUcmenls; Piizc,
pair Club Skates, any make, to thu Lady
wearing the most artistic costume.
An) other than good diportnient to
bar any ono from a prUe, the Judges to
be S3 Ltulles and 2 Gentlemen.
cr.NTltAL IMIttt HUATIXK 1UXK.
YosemitB ww Rmk.
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