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TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1885.
. , , , ARRIVALS.
Scbr Walehu from Kauai,
, , , DEPARTURES.
Stmr C It Bishop fi;om Kauai
Bktne Mount Lebanon lor Hongkong
Stmr Kiunu for Windward Ports
Stmr Iiyalnnl for Hamakua
Schr Ehukal for Waialua
Schr Waioll for
Sour Walmalu for Illlo
Schr Ka Mol for Laupahoeboc
Schl- Lcahl for Hanalel
Schr Italnbow for Koolait
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Mariposa for S F
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Schr Waicliu for Kauai
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Mariposa, Ha) w aid
Bgtue W Q Irwin, Turner
For Kalmlnl untl liana, per stmr Lc
bua, July 13 Tbos F Evan", Master
VI la Thrum, MNses Hattic antl Maria
Foibes, II B Wentworth ami wife, U
Grooves anil 00 Chtncc on deck.
For PortTownsond, per bk Loul IX,
July 1 1 r BacMinus and w Ife, and O
Heudiich and wife.
Tho following pns-engers aie already
banked, to leao liv tho OSS Mailposa
tJ-niorrov Piof Martin Kcllog, Win D
Armcs, Mis' Lottie Alexander, A lloff
nunfc and wife, Miss Iloffnnng, II It
Hitchcock and wife, II N Castle, W A
Bjweu, C Broglie, T K Moore, XV D
Alexander, Jr, Miss M Muck, Mrs B X
WIngate and two children. P C June,
Jr, Miss Ida Jones, Miss Marv Dowsctt,
Hex Dowsett, K O Wahlta,'0 W Bald
win, V F Gross, C E Chimin, Lyle
Olckcy, Miss A M Payson, Mis O C
Swain, Mrs F Oeding and child, Mrs J
M Grlllitb, Miss M lfovt, Mis 0 D Klu
ney, J C Glade and J B Atbcrton.
The French bk Louis IX sailed this
afternoon for Puget Sound.
The schr J C Ford is anchored in the
The now boiler for the Likcllkc was
moved down to the vessel's side this
Scbr Wniehu bi ought 1100 bag of
paddy and 110 bags of rice.
The steamer Waimanalo was lowered
from the Marine Halhvay this morning
after being up there for eight days. She
was classed as an Ai vessel for 7 yeais,
and the 7 years having expiied she went
on the dry-dock to be examined for the
insurance companies. She was found
to be sound in all parts and her classi
fication as an Al vessel was extended
for 4 years.
The bktne Mount Lebanon is to pail
this evening for Hongkong with about
75 Chinese passengers.
It was reported that tho stmr Planter
would go to S F shortly to have a new
boiler put In, but Captain Godfrey says
the Company have not' yet decided to
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The Y. M. ' C. 'A. singing class
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Tiiciir. will be music at the Cen
tral Park Skating Rink this evening.
WonEiNG on the Revised Testa
ment, and other selections, on' the
Mr. E. P. Adams, the auctioneer,
is expected to return by the Ala
meda due July 22nd.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
have its annual vacation of
month through August
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, holds n
meeting to-morrow evening at 7 :30
o'clock. Third degree.
The next game of baseball in the
series, will be played on Saturday
between the Ilonolulus and Oecanics.
The regular weekly drill of the
Honolulu Rifles will be held at the
Armory this evening at the usual
A heavy shower of rain came
down this afternoon about half-past
one o'clock, cooling the air bomc
what. Tins evening at the Yosemite sknt
ing rink there will be a match game
of polo between the Dudes and
""At 10 o'clock to-morrow Mr. J.
Morgan for Mr. Adams, will sell the
entire household furniture at No. 13
A rouitTii dividend of 8120 per
share will be paid the stockholders
of the Kolna Sugar Co. at the office
of H. Hnckfeld & Co.
At Emma Square concert last
night the music was excellent, the
atmosphere agreeable and the gather
ing moderately large and apprecia
tive. The French bail; Louis IX. was
gaily decorated to-day with bunting
from stem to stem, in honor of the
French national holiday, tho fall of
The legular meeting of Geo. "W.
DeLong Post No. 45 will bo held
this evening at 7:30 o'clock at tho
Post room, when impoitant business
will be brought up.
"Worn; on the new polico station
and C. J, Fishel's new store is pro
gressing. Both buildings when com
pleted will be an improvement to
their respective localities.
The regular meeting of the Bethel
Union S. S. teachers will bo held nt
this residence of Mr. S. M. Damon,
tills evening nt 7 :30 o'clock. A full
attendance is requested.
All letters and papers to bo sent by
the Mariposa to-morrow should be
propoily stamped and dropped in tho
ofllco as carl' as posslblo to-morrow.
The mail cloaca at 10 o'clock.
We hear that the Japanese steamer
Yamashiro Mam will leave for Yoko
hama soon after her return from
Hawaii and Maui probably early
next week. She will cany malls for
Japan, North China and Hongkong.
In the Supreme Court yesterday
nt Chambers, before the Chief
Justice, in the estate of John .
Barnard, it wns ordered that the
accounts of Chas. R. Bishop, execu
tor, lie approved and ho discharged.
Mr. Henry N. Castle leaves by the
Mariposa to-morrow for Berlin, Ger
man, where lie will remain sometime
pursuing certain studies. Mr. Castle,
who is a graduate of Obcrlin College,
Oiiio, has a bright future before him.
Somi: repairs arc needed to the
gutter or road near the hydrant op
posite Hnckfeld & Co.'s on Fort
street. Every time it rains the side
walk at that point is impassable. It
is a matter that needs immediate at
tention. By the last steamer N. S. Sachs
proprietor of the popular millinery
house, received'a line stock of ladies'
Joiseys, oriental net lace, embroi
dery, laces and a very complete
slock of millinery goods. Call and
Tun Stranger's Friend Society
will hold its annual meeting at the
residence of Mr. Edward Damon,
on Beretania street, on Thursday,
July 10th, at l p. m., at which
all the members are specially re
quested to be present.
AVildku & Co.'s store looked to
day something like Dickens' Curio
sity Shop. It was full of goods of
all dcseiiptions, which are being ship
ped to-day to tho Volcano House.
By all appearances it is going to be
made very comfoi table for guests at
Last evening Mr. F. A. Schaefcr,
Italian Consul, gave a dinner at his
residence, Nuuaiui Valley, in honor
of Signor Lanciarez, Italian Chef
d' Affaires in Japan. A number of
invited guests were present to meet
the distinguished gentleman, who is
at present stnying in the city.
To-day is tho ninety-sixth anniver
sary of the fall of the Bastile, cele
brated in France as a great national
holiday. The Royal Hawaiian Band
played at the residence of Monsieur
Henri Feer. the French Commis
sioner, this morning, in honor of the
event, and all consular flags are fly
ing. A meeting of Engine Co. No. 1
was held last evening, with a very
good attendance. The following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: Foreman, Robert More; First
Assistant Foreman, W. W. Wright;
Delegate, Chas. B. Wilson; Treas
urer, W. P. Crooks ; Secretary, R.
Giaham; Captain of the Hose, W.
The excuision to the uninhabited
island of Nihoa will start next Mon
day at 4 o'clock. The steamer
Planter will leave od her regular
route and be at Nihoa Thursday
morning, staying theie all day, and
return to Honolulu Sunday morning.
Their Royal Highnesses Princesses
Liliuoknlani and Likclilcc will be of
Suoak has gone up,but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
'Hotel Street. 71 nt
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or .any kind of children
shoos, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Niuianu street. 1)80. tf.
Dur.iNG tho continuance of tho
Clearance Sale at the Hawaiian
Bazar, late Ten Cent Store, from
this date, a reduction of ten percent
will be allowed from all purchases of
a dollar and over. 67 lw
ROSITA BEATS MAY D.
Yestcrdaynftcrnoon there was a
fair sprinkling, of sporting men and
others out nt Kapiolani Park to wit
ness tho one mile dash for 8250 a
side between Rosita and May D.
The race wns announced to take
place at five o'clock, but it was some
twenty minutes after tlmt hour ere
the two horses were despatched on
their journey. The Judges selected
wcro: Messrs. James Gay, 'H. G.
Tread way and James Doild ; Time
keepers, Messrs. Chas. B. Wilson,
and Chas. Lucas j Starter, Capt. A.
B. Haylcy. Both horses, when they
wero brought on the course, looked
in splendid condition, though, if
anything, Mpy D. looked a littlo
overtrained. They each carried 100
pounds. The track was not in good
order by any means, still for all that
the winner managed to beat the
fastest time made previously on it,
by Garfleid, 1 :47, by a quarter of
a second. The following is tho re
sult: Match 8250 a side, one mile dash.
Col. Z. S. Spalding's b.f. Rosita,,
by Flood, dam Rivulet . . . Howson Tf.
Mr. W. H. Cornwcll's b.f. May D,
by Shannon, dam Cuba Nobie2.
At the first attempt they got away
to a good start, May D. having the
polo. Before they had gone a
hundred yards Rosita took the lead
and nt the three-quarter po9t was a
length ahead. Their positions re
mained unchanged until reaching the
half mile post, where Rosita increas
ed her lead, being a good two
lengths ahead at the quarter mile
post. Coming up tho home stretch
May D. tried to make up her lost
giound, but it was of no avail, Rosita
passing the post three lengths to the
good. Time 1:17.
HE GAVE $25.
On Saturday afternoon Mr. H.
Watcrhouse met on the street a
Chinaman, Alionn, who resides at
Kan. After a short business con
versation, Aliona pointing in the
direction of thoKaumnkapili church,
said, "You have got a very nice
church there. I will give you 25
towards completing it." Of course
the handsome donation was at once
accepted, and now Mr. Watcrhouse
is hoping to meet a few more such
men as Alionn. It is expected that
very shortly work will be begun on
the second tower of tho church, and
after that tho interior will be fitted.
A GOOD SCHOOL.
From the Rev. Geo. S. Mend,
head master of Trinity School, Mis
sion street, San Francisco, we Jiave
received a very nent pamphlet giving
full paiticulars of the school, the
pupils attending and the list of prizo
winners for the academical year
just closed. In the first form arc
tho names of George U. Hind and
Palmer Woods, and in the fourth,
Robert Hind, all from these islands.
Of the prize .winners George U.
Hind stands at the head of his form
in studies. The Right Rev. the
Bishop of California speaks highly
of the school. It was founded in
THE RICHT MAN.
Readers of the Bulletin will re
member some time ago in its columns
a full account of the robbery and
carrying oft from the store of Mr.
Ramsay, grocer, Hotel street, of a
small safe, which was found after
wards at the foot of Punchbowl
broken open. A man named Tom
Moloney was arrested at the time on
suspicion, but when bi ought up
proved an alibi. One of the sailors
on board the Mount Lebanon, which
has just arrived from Hongkong, has
given-the information at the Station
House, that another sailor on board
the same vessel, who is now in China,
wns a pal of Maloney and has given
the whole thing away. Maloney was
the guilty party, and he was also
implicated in many other bad affairs.
He is now on board a whaler in the
Tuesday, July 14lh.
Keakaokalani (w.), an old offen
der, for drunkenness, was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
ten days. Kauahi, charged witli
disturbing quiet of the night, was
fined S5 and SI costs. The three
natives charged witli practising medi
cine without a license last Fiiday,
were brought up this morning and
further remanded until the 10th at
request of their counsel. (
Satuiway, July 11th.
Befoie Mr. Justice McCully.
The following divorce cases were
heard. C. Ahoi vs. Pelekakila (w.).
Divorce granted to plaintiff and
custody of children. Jose A. Dins
on. Franciscn F. Dias. No appear
ance for defendant. Divoico grunted
Moxiay, July 13th.
The King vs. All Tang, house
breaking. The jury brought in a
verdict of not euiltv. See Hop &
Co. vs. S. F. Chiilingworth. The de
fendant searched the plaintiff's pre
mises and they claim that the war
rant was not properly mndo out. A
jury was drawn and by agreement
of tho parlies, the jury rendered an
oral verdict for plaintiffs for 850,
said verdict to he act aside if the
Couit shall be of opinion that de
fendant has alcgnl justification. A.
S. Ilaitwell for plaintiffs, W. A.
Whiting for defendant. The King
vs. Ah Loi, housebreaking. Tho
jury brought in a veulict of guilty
and tho 'defendant was sentenced to
six months' imprisonment' at hard
labor. Mr. Ilaitwell appeared for
tho prosecution. The King vs. John
Dunn, burglary. Verdict of not
guilty. Mr. Antono Rosa, Deputy
Attorney-General, for the Crown.
The Joneses and the Browns, 'tis tuic, a
goodly ahowlDg make;
But you'll agreo our family from them
cna "take the cake;"
Yet should you chance to doubt the fact
and reckon it a myth,
Just look in tho directory aud find the
name of Smith.
Stephen Heller, the well-known
pianist, lias become totally blind.
A banjo orchestra is shoitly to bo
introduced to the New York public.
A new conservatory of music will
bo built in Leipzig at a cost of
A skating rink band on i oiler
skates, is another daring iden. Glis
The Sultan of Turkey is about to
establish a conservatoire of music
Tho death of Sir Julius Benedict
has created a void in London musi
cal circles not easily filled up.
A church has been conveyed to
trustees in New Jersey, on condi
tion that no instrumental music is
ever played there.
A San Francisco musical critic
says of a noted vocalist: "When
she sings her heart comes into her
eyes and an expression of Greek
pain flits over her face." She prob
ably sympathizes with her audience.
Although Sir Julius Benedict, re
cently decensed, was at the head of
the fashionable musicians of Lon
don for nearly half a century, his
widow is now advertising for pupils.
What has become of all the money?
The remains of Beethoven and
Schubert arc presently to be trans
ferred to the new Vienna Central
Cemetery, and placed in a. spot re
served for the graves of persons of
distinction. An empty tomb there
will lie crowned with a fine monu
ment to the memory of Mozart. .
A MS. called the Skene MS.
(from the original owner, Johii
Skene, of Hallyards, who died in
lfilf) has been sent to the loan col
lection of music at the Inventions
Exhibition at London. It is the old
est collection of Scotch tunes ex
tant, and belongs to the Faculty of
Advocates of Scotland. It contains
the ancient and pathetic melody of
"The Flowers of the Forest," be
lieved to be nearly coeval with
"Floddcn," "AroYc Waukin Yet,
O," "Waly, Waly," "Barbara Al
len," "Ca the Cows," "Gala
water," "I Had a Horse," and
others as old if not still as popular.
There has never been, as far as
we know, a more remarkable in
stance of a tangible and yet a fugi
givc wealth than of the fortune that
evaded the grasp of the relative of a
friend of the writer. He was, many
years ago, at school at Harrow, and
returning along the road by the
bathing place to Harrovians "duek
er" politely went to the -assistance
of a stout farmer on horseback in
difficulties with a gate lock. ,Hc
opened the gate and held it back for
the lidcr to pass. "Thank you, my
boy," said the farmer, one of the
wealthy Middlesex graziers who own
large tracts of the Harrow and
Pinner rich meadow lands. "What
may your name be?" "My name's
Green," returned the boy, with an
ill-timed burst of the imagination.
"And what is your father?" "Oh,
my father's a cheesemonger," said
the smart scholar, chuckling inter
nally at his ready wit, "and he lives
in London in the Theobald's road,
rather a small shop, with two steps
down out of the street." "I'm very
much obliged to you," replied the
farmer, by no means, as it after
ward appeared, a man of straw.
"You're a capital young chap; I
shan't forget you." "Don't 1" wns
the scholar's final thrust, "Remem
ber Green, and a cheesemonger in
Thcobald's.road." And up the hill
he went, almost as much pleased
with himself as if he had been asked
to play against Eton at Lord's.
What Iiis feelings may have been
when, ten years later, a young gen
tleman of the name of Green was
advertised for, whose father kept a
cheesemonger's shop in the Theo
b.ild's road, and who, in return for
olitely opening a gate at Ilnirow in
the year 183-, was left a laigo
leaacv bv the wcalthv farmer, re
cently deceased what his feelings
were then none of his relatives cared
to inquire too closely ; but it was
observed by all that from that hour
the unhappy young man never lost
an opportunity of insisting on the
incalculable blessing of the most
rigid adherence to truth, of tho dis
asters iuvariably incident to even a
momentary deviation from which
virtue lie himself was a most maikcd
and melancholy example. For
neither wns his name Green or any
thing approaching it, nor had his
father, a quiet country gcntlcmau,
ever, oven in the remotest fashion,
been interested in cheese; indeed,
as his son has been heard pathe
tically to rcniaik, in the sinallost
aniouuts it invariably disagreed with
him. Cornhill Maiazine.
A tender young poet was mashed on a
A tender young poet whoso bead was
quite red ;
But tho girl wasn't there, she gave him
For the reason his poems wero not like
A cucumber Is bad for food,
II brteds Internal (strife ;
Who eats It never comes to good.
It cuts up like a wife.
George Francis Train.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or ami on Hotel Bireot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricot?, Plums, Fears, Nectarines and Prunes. Alio,
Fresh Cala Siiluon, do Shrimps, do Codfish, do Clams In Shell, and Hock Cod.
Also, a few rdco lied Cubbngoe, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese. Edam Ohecoand
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Corned Bocf, 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, jut received and for sale very
cheap In quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'. steamer Mariposa.
Bv each ai rival of O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, we received Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fish. Oysters and Game on ice.
Goods delivered free of charge to all pnrts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Tclephono No. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Box 21)7. (702
In firwt-class umiiiici uutl pricew to Hitit tlio tiiiicK.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
A WOMAN to do geuernl housework
lu a familv. A comfortable home
and suitable wages promised.
To Lei or Lease.
TUOSE cry desirable premises situ
ated at Kapnltimn, opposite the
" What Cheer House," possession given
at once. or terms apply to
Uj 'JW JOJliN .
JOHN F. COLBURN.
man, a situation as
Apply at till office.
THE two story coral building occu
pied by Cliulan & Co. a n Rice
Mill, possesion given immediately. Ap
ply to CHULAN &. CO.
HAVING obtained the services of a
llnt-class Piano Tuner, w e w ish
to inform tliu public that we urc ablu to
Tune and Repair Pianos at Uiort notice.
All onleis lelt with us will be promptly
attended to, and all ork warranted.
Wil ly AVLST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
WITH OH WITHOUT BOAI5D.
Delightful sea bathing. Dudd'u
'busses run to the pl.icc when two or
more passengers offer. Apply to
CgT Telephone 303. f.8 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nicc-1 room cotlace within
qoasy reach of 11 nolulu, situ-
late nt linpniaina. Terms jv
per month. Apply to
MRS. MARIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A. .1. Cauwiight,
at hla olUce. -10 'f
Honolulu, July 7th, 1831.
The undersigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom for a time, oilers for sale
ii five years' lease of the American
House with all furnitine and appertain,
moms thereunto belonging. Apply for
icrms on the premise- No. 70 Miiunulsea
Street. (01 tf) Z. Y. SQUIRES.
nPIIAT very desirable and convenient
1 FanNy Residence ou Beretania
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, E-q., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. AUo, the
nrcmlseJ oc imled atnrfsent n-aLtW
Oillce by John Bus-ell, Esq , centrally
located near the coinei ol Foit and
.Merchant Streets. For paitlculais, ap
ply either by li'ttcr or oihirwisc to
DR. bTAN'GENWALD, Merchant St.
J N consequence ot the pie'intprnpiie
. toiV Inii'm'.cd dcpiitmr from the
Kingdom, Urn busbies' ol tl e
Awtor SJoiimi' t;tkiiim!v:m.
Poing a lirM hi-i- liRile Tlu Iioiim- h
hi wfilknonii .c tliu oi.l Anuric.in
Hestniiiiini in ill" eitj. that a deluded
account i nut nu' tir.i .
To i'. Miitnb!" piiielitiM.'i ilie ti'inihof
p.ivmunl will bo math: easy, if rupiircd.
For further particular:) apply to
AVERY ii I ALMER,
Real Estate Agents, or ou ilio premins,
70 Hotel Sticel. CO lw
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Les.
konigitou In Murine, Lnndscnpe.
Mock Kensington, Photograph Mid
Cravon PaliilliiL' in Oil and Watei
C.ilor-!. Klnweia In Wav, Wool, Plush,
Fell, Silk. Leather, Hair, Crystal, r'ea
ther anil Flshsealo. All kinds of Em.
broidery untl Designing taught with
Skeleton U.-al, Lace, Comb, GIihj, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms etc, ap.
ply to A. M. BUKKE,
) 3ui Temple of Fashion.
UBTAOE & ROBBHT.SON have
this day removed their otlico lo
corner or JiiiMininnnu aim ijueen street?
lu thu ofllco lately occupied by Hon.
Chus. T. Oullck. In connection with
our Drayago HusiniHS, M r. J. W. Robert
sou, thu newly appointed Kerosene Ware
house Keeper, will bo found, and all
orders for oil to bo curled to and from
the Warehouse will bo promptly attend,
cd to by us.
I1USTACE &. KOBERTSOX.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone, No. ay.
Mutual Telephone, No. 10. 04 2w
The iuitnlIe liii'c Insurance
Society of the United
i:htaki.ishi:i i.v ihso.
1SSUF.S Policies ou tho most approved
plan', viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Funil, Tontines, Scini-Tontines;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Survivor,
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Lifo Risks, Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring clscwhcie, 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,
AI.KX. J. CAKTWItlfiHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Mnnd".
Yosemite Mag M
Will be open every nfternr.on and even
ing as follows:
nioniiuy. 'Wednesday, THurmlaj
To the public in geuernl.
TncHdny mill Friday KventncH, and
YTcdiiPbdny and Haturilay
For Indies and their escort..
July M Polo between
July 1!)-Ncek-Tie Party;
?r prize for
July 21 Polo" between YoM-mite?
Alerts for pri?e.
July 21 II mi Hunt ; prize.
.Inly 23 Turkey Hunt, for natiu'S.
July 23 Two mile Pace for piize.
July :tl Grand fancy dress musquer.
adc. Four prizes w ill be
given one for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor the
best sustained character, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy skaters must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing ecry Eriday evening from
I) to 10.
aiiiHlo ly tlio XtaiicI,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Mu
tlnee. T. E WALL, Manager.
Genlral Park Skating Rink
Open Every Evening and Wcdnti
day and Saturday Afarnoons.
Music "by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 17 Tug- cf- War on
Skites.'n on bide, raptains to be ap
l.ointcd to choose teams.
Saturday, July 18 Amateur Race; one
milu dash; g i-iii-you-plcase for boys
under 15. Prize $H.
Friday, July 2t Owing to the grand
success of thu htht Musquciadc, ami by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Rink, there will be given a
drawl Faucy Dress Parade and Masque,
rado on Skates, with S haudsomo prizes,
viz.; $10 will bo given to llio couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes; 5 for the
best biittilncd character. Lady or Gen.
tlcman, Boy or Girl; $5 for tho most
comical character; $Wor tho most orl.
ginal, barring aderlisi'iucuts; Pilzo,
pnir Club Skates, any make, lo the Lady
wearing tho most artisile costume.
Au other than cooil dinortintnt lo
bar any one fiom a prie, the judges to
In. It Ladles aud 2 Gentlemen,
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