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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1885.
Schr Mary Fo&lcr from Waimci
Schr Cntcrina from Wnlintinalo
Bktne Mount Lcbnuon for Hongkong
3 S Mariposa for S F
Stmr Planter for Kauai
schr Walclm for Kauai
Schr Cntcrina for Vv'alinaniilo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Egtmi W G Irwin, Turner
For San Francisco, per S S Mnilposa,
.Inly 15 Prof Martin Kcllog, Win D
Armps, Mis I.ottlo Alexander, II It
Hitchcock anil wife, II X Castle. W A
Bowen, 0 Hroglle, T K Moore, W D
Vlexamlcr, .Ir, MUsMMuek, Mix H X
Wlngato and two uliildrcn. P C Jones,
Ir, Miss Ida Jones, MM Murv Dowsctt,
Vlcx Dowsctt, K 0 Wahlta, 'U WBald
vln, F F Gross, C E Chapln, Lylo
Dickey, MUs A M Pavson, Mrs O 0
iw.iin, Mrs F Ceding and child. Mrs J
M Giilllth, Miss M lloyt. Mrs C D Kin
ney, J C Glade and J 1$ Atherton. T
.'oicst. MMMai, TGoll, GW Hymn
gin, J Ncory and wife, J E Itosenberg,
G C Stratcinevcr, JHalllday, Geo Camp,
a D Cole, Mrs J Marsden, W W Di
nond, Mrs McLaughlin, E II Staekpolc,
J Madez and 7 chlldtcn, J du Sllva, F
Costa, C Brown, G Bloomlnghcrg, Jno
Forsto, A Cabail. Mrs It Mead and 2
children, G Zligler, A II Mitchell. J T
Murray, A Morgan anil son, J T.udwln,
0 Boyicn and 2 Chinese.
The tern Eva will finish discharging
about Friday. Her ilc.t poit is not yet
The schr Jennie Walker will sail on
Saturday for Fanninsrs Island. Mr
Qreig and son will retin n home by her.
Mr J M Oat is making a main sail for
the Ke An Hon.
A house that has been standing in "a
vacant lot near the Iron Works for some
time will be put on the deck of the Ke
Au Hon. It was proposed to tho Capt
that ho cover the houso with a steel ar
mament, w 1th loop-holes but tho Capt
says his flic-arms aie not loaded.
The bktne Mount Lebanon is owned
by Mrs C II Nelson, tho Captain's wife,
and she is captain supcrcxccllent.
The sailiug of the bktne Mount Leba
non was postponed until to-day, on ac
count of tho rain yesterday. She took
132 Chinese passengeis.
Tho Haw brig AlIieKowe arrived at
Hongkong after u passage of -18 days.
The Likclike's boiler will be put in
to-morrow. Mr Soienon was given
tho contract to take the old one out and
to put the new one In.
Wilder S S Co gave the Pacitlc Navi
gation Co the old boi or of the Llkelike
and 575 to boot if thev would take it
away. The P N Co w ill break up the
boiler for old iron.
The smoke stack for the lime-kiln of
the Honolulu Stone Co will be put up
The S S Mariposa took 24,727 bags of
sugar, 3,820 bags of lice, 1,040 bunches
of nananas, 145 bdls of sugar cane, 280
bdls of green bides, 21 bbls of salmon,
2 boxes of salmon. C boxes of lease's, 10
pkgs of leaves and 1 bag'of gold arid sil
ver coins (82.403.00). Total domestic
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A Japanese cook is advertised for.
The Planters' Monthly for
at this office.
finder of a shawl
A jiei-.tixg of Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, this evening. Third degree.
Tub usual service at St. Andrews
Cathedral at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing. Tun regular
the Y. JI. C. A.
monthly meeting of
will be held to-inor-
"Mohammedanism in India" and
a "Military Execution" will be
found on tho foiuth page.
Anvoxi: wanting a nice saddle
mare is referred to Mr. Kidwcll's
ndverliscmcnt of such.
Mn. Oeding has left at this olllce
a bundle of clothing for the lepers
at the Branch hospital.
Tun Pacific Hardware Company
will hold its quarterly meeting Wed
nesday, July 22nd, nt 10 o'clock.
i i. i
The foreign jury is called for 10
o'clock to-morrow morning, when
criminal cases will bo proceeded
Tiiu Honolulu Billes had u good
drill last evening. Tho parade and
dance will take place at the end of
Tun usual prayer meeting at the
vestry of Fort Street Church this
evening. Subject, "Things worth
knowing, a Bible reading".
At tho prayer meeting at tho
vestry of tho Bethel Union Church
this evening tho subject will be,
"The Shepherd and his Hock".
Fnosi the Press Publishing Co. we
have received a full account of tho
Fourth of July exercises in pamphlet
form and an artistic cover.
Somb sneak thieves hifve been
entering a garden in Nuuanu Valley
and carrying off some valuable plants
and doing other wilful destruction.
A CATtmoB lap robo Una been
found on Merchant street and now
nwnitg an owner at the opcriling
room of the Hawaiian Bell Telephone
The Post Office despatched by the
Mariposa this noon, 4,086 letters,
weighing 111 pounds, and 1,316
packages of papers, weighing 223
lbs. 2 o?..
When is work going to be resumed
on the new St. Andrew's Cathedral?
There appears to bo plenty of stono
on tho ground to rc-conimence ope
rations. What a delightful time tho prison
ers have outside, smoking pipes and
cigars, chewing tobacco, eating
mangoes and enjoying other privi
leges which do not belong to them 1
Tin: annual examination of Mrs.
Wallace's Academic School com
mences at 9 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. Friends of the school aud
others are invited without further
Mil., Mrs. and Miss Hoffnung did
not leave by tho Mariposa to-day.
They have taken passage by the
Alameda August 1st. Next Monday
they will bo of tho party going to tho
island of Nihoa.
Wn are informed that the steam
ship Mt. Lebanon, Capt. Maxwell,
is due here shortly from Hongkong,
with a cargo -of Chinese, en route to
San Francisco. She ought to arrive
before the end of July.
Now that the weather is line it
would be a good opportunity to re
pair the gutter and sidewalk on
Fort street near the hydrant, men
tioned by us yesterday as being in
an impassable condition.
The W. C. T. TJ. will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday after
noon at half-past two, in the par
lors of the Y. M. C. A. A cordial
invitation is extended to all ladies
interested in tho temperance cause.
Mr. Broglie, of the late Arm of
Broglic & Spear, jewellers, left by
the Mariposa to-day for the States.
He was heavily weighed down with
wreaths and leis, the gift of the band
boys, who never forgot their friends.
Ax unusually large mail was for
warded by the Kinau yesterday, so
much so that the steamer was de
tained ten minutes beyond her regu
lar time. The Post-office officials,
after they had got through putting
the mail up, looked like a lot of
The largest shippers of sugar by
the Mariposa were: T. II. Davies &
Co., 8,C52 bags; Castle & Cooke,
6,277 bags ; C. Brewer &Co., 2,892
bags; "W. G. Irwin & Co., 2,715
bags ; II. A. Widemann, 1,418 bags ;
F. A. Schaefcr & Co., 1.381 bags;
Grinbaum & Co. , 1 ,027 bags.
Tin: city circulation of tho Bulle
tin is growing apace, and now ex
ceeds the most sanguine expectations
of a year ago. This is a fact that
business men should ponder, if they
desire to have their wares brought to
the attention of the purchasing pub
lic in the most effective way.
Anotukk good game of polo was
played at the Yosemite skating rink
last evening between the Dudes and
the Alerts. There was quite a large
attendance of spectators. The Dudes
won the first, third and fourth goals
and the game, the Alerts only being
able to obtain one goal, tho second.
Tin: stock of the Hawaiian Bazar
is now offered for sale. The net
value of the stock was taken June
1st, and all sales since have been
carefully kept. Any information
will be furnished by Mr. W. F.
Reynolds at the store. Proposnls
should bo in befoic July 25th. The
opportunity offered is a good one.
Tun O. S. S. Mariposa left at noon
sharp with a largo number of passen
gers and a full cargo of freight. The
Royal Hawaiian Bund was in attend
ance and played tho "Watch on tho
Rhino" in honor of the German
Consul, Mr. J. C. Glade, who goes
to the Coast ; the Japanese Anthem
for the Japanese Consul, who was on
the wharf, and concluded with Ha
Tin: public examinations of tho
St. Louis College classes will com
mence with the primary department,
next Monday, tho 20th int., at ii
a. M. and continue for several days.
Tho commencement exercises will
take place on Friday, the 21th inst.,
at 4 l'. m., being preceded by gym
nastics and military drill of the
boarders at 3. The parents and
friends of the pupils arc kindly in
vited. EXCITEMENT IN THE POLICE COURT.
There was considerable excitement
in tho Police Couit this morning at
the conclusion of a case. A tough
looking customer named Dick CahHl,
who is minus his right arm, was tried
this morning on a chmgc of malicious
injury to a sail bont belonging to
Chas. Purely, a member of the
Myrtle Boat Club. Cahill and
another follow named Ooy took tho
boat the other day and went out for
n sail. It was capsized outsido of
the channel, and in getting it back
to the boat house was damaged to
tho amount of $50. Thoso who went
to tho assistanco of Cahlll and Goy
were assailed in the most filthy lan
guage by tho former, while the latter
said nothing, and It is since learned
he stowed away on the City of
Sydney. Mr. J. M. Monsarrat
assisted Deputy Marshal Dayton in
prosecuting the case. Cahill was
found guilty and His Honor fined
him 8G0 and costs 84.80. The
sentenco had no sooner been given,
than Cahill, liko a flash of lightning,
struck out with his loft hand and
plauted a stinging blow on Mr. Mon
sai rat's nose, causing it to bleed
profusely. He was going to strike
again, but Mr. Dayton quickly got
hold of him and ho was immediately
taken down stairs and locked up in
a cell. Tho blow came with such
force and without any warning, that
it is a wonder Mr. Monsarrat was
not seriously hurt. Cahlll will pro
bably be brought up to-monow for
contempt of court, and it is to be
hoped ho will be very severely
punished for such a dastardly attack.
It is not the first time ho has done
such a thing. Once at Wnilulcu ho
was sentenced to imprisonment for an
offense, and after receiving his sen
tence struck one of the witnesses.
Justice Aholo fined him $10 for it.
He is a hard case and the sooner the
country is rid of him the better.
The following gentlemen have re
cently been appointed officers of the
Queen's Hospital: Vice-President,
Hon. C. It. Bishop, for two years.
Trustees for tho term of four years :
His Ex. Gov. J. O. Dominis, lions.
A. S. Clcghorn, and J. S. Walker,
Col. C. P. laukea and Mr. W. G.
Irwin. Trustees elected by ballot
for four years : lions. C. R. Bishop,
S. G. Wilder, and Godfrey Rhodes,
Mr. A. J. Cartwright and Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh. The board of
trustees elected the following officers
at a special meeting : Treasurer, Mr.
J. II. Paty ; Secretary, Mr. F. A.
Schaefcr; Auditor, Mr. Mark P.
Robinson. Executive Committee:
Hons. A. S. Clcghorn and C. R.
'Bishop, Messrs. A. J. Cartwright,
J. II. Paty and F. A. Schaefer.
This morning in the Police Court
n native woman, Mrs. Luika, was
charged with assault and battery on
Mrs. Ah Yan, who was dressed in
the latest style of Chinese costume.
It appears from the evidence that
Luika sent her little boy to the stoic
kept by Mrs. Ah Yan, to buy some
clothes, but instead of getting them
as told the Chinawoman sold him a
pistol. Of course when he gothome
his mother remonstrated with him,
and later on took the pistol back and
told Mrs. Yan she aught not to have
sold a pistol to a small boy, and
demanded her money be returned.
Then the fun began, but who struck
the Gist blow has not been found,
both claiming it. However, they had
a regular scratching and hair-pulling
fight, or, as the judge thought, a
"finger-nail fight." Mrs. Ah Yan
felt so aggrieved that she made the
above charge. His Honor censured
the Chinawoman for selling a pistol
to a small boy and told her not to
do so again. Luika was discharged.
Tuesday, July 14th.
The King vs. Kong Yee, mali
cious injury by cutting cattle. The
jury brought in a verdict of mali
cious mischief in the third degree.
Sentence has been deferred.
Wr.DNrMiAY, July 15th.
In Banco. J. M. Horner vs.
Clans Spreckels, appeal on a demur
rer. Arguments heard anil submit
ted. Messrs. A. S. Ilartwell and
Jono. Austin for plaintiff, Messrs.
Paul Neumann and F. M. Hatch for
Wkdxbsuay, July 15th.
Luika (w.) charged with assault
and battery on Ah Yan (w.), was
discharged. Dick Cahill, for mali
cious injury to a sailing boat, was
fined SCO and costs SI. 80. Kco,
Kaholiko and Kcola (w.) were
brought up on remand charged with
practising medicine without a license.
Mr. Kinney appeared for Keola, a
native lawyer for Kco, while Kaho
liko conducted his own case. Case
Suoaii has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Ait Store,
Hotel Street. 71 3t
Ik you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
DuiiiNii the continuance of tho
Clearance Sale at tho Hawaiian
Bazar, late Ten Cent Stoic, from
this date, a reduction of ten net-cent
will he allowed from all pureh.isea of
a dollar and over. 07 lw
WASHINGTON A3 A BOY,
Here are two lottors that wero
written by two boys who became
great and good men. Now, while
wo are about to commemorate the
anniversary of our nation's birth, it
is pleasant to look back to the days
when thoso two great patriots woro
only boys like the rest of us. Tho
first letter is from Richard Henry
Lee, who spoke so boldly and acted
so bravely for our country in the
time of her groat peril and need:
"Pa brought me two pretty books
full of pictures he got them in Alex
andria they have pictures of dogs
and cats and tigers and elefnnts and
ever so many pretty things cousin
bids mc send you one of them it has
a picture of an olefant and a little
indian boy on his back like uncle
jo's sam pa says if I learn my tasks
good ho will let uncle jo to bring mo
to sec you will you ask your ma to
let you come to sec mc.
"RicitAim Hekkv Lee."
To tho letter Washington send the
following reply :
"Dear Dick, I thank you very
much for tho pretty picture-book
you gave me. Sam asked me to
show him tho pictures and I showed
him all the pictures in it; and I
read to him how the tame elephant
took care of the master's little boy,
aud put him on his back aud would
not let anybody touch his master's
little son. I can read three or four
pages sometimes without missing a
word. Ma says I may go to see
you and stay all day with you next
week if it be not rainy. She says I
may ride my pony Hero if Uncle
Ben will go with me and lead Hero.
I have a little piece of poetry about
the picture-book you gave me, but I
musn't tell you who wrote the
" G. W.'s compliments to It. II. L.
Aud likes his book full well,
Henceforth vv ill counthim his friend,
And hopes many happy days he
"Your good friend,
"I am going to get a whip-top
soon and you may sec it and whip
THE DELUSION OF CR0WINC FAT.
If vou continue your present
dietary and habits and live five or
seven years more the burden of fat
will be doubled, and that insinuating
tailor will be still congratulating
you. Meantime you arc "running
the race of life" a figure of speech
less appropriate to you at the pre
sent moment than it formerly was
handicapped by a weight which
makes active movement dillicult, up
stairs ascents troublesome, respira
tion thick and panting. Not one
man in fifty lives to a good old age
in this condition. The typical man
of eighty or ninety years, still re
taining a respectable amount of
energy of body and mind, is lean
and spare, and lives on slender ra
tions. Neither your heart nor your
lungs can act easily and healthily,
being oppressed by the gradually
gathering fat around. And this be
cause you continue to cat and drink
as you did, or even more luxuriously
than you did, when youth and ac
tivity disposed of that moiety of
food which was consumed over and
above what the body required for
sustenance. Such is the import of
that balance of unexpended aliment
which your tailor and your foolish
friends admire, and the gradual dis
appearance of which, should you
recover your senses and diminish it,
they will still deplore, half frighteu
ing you back to your old habits
again by saying: "You aro growing
thin ; what can be tho matter with
you?" Insane and mischievous de
lusion. Nineteenth Century.
SLAVES IN PETTICOATS;
In Germany women do most of
the menial out-of-door work. Swit
zerland is the only country in con
tinental Europe where peasant women
are not obliged to do all thi htiid
work. A woman was seen tocently
in Naples carrying a collin on hot
head, chatting jjaily with a man
who walked empty-handed at her
side. Not uufrequently a woman
and a cow are seen together pulling
a coal cart through the streets of a
North German city, a man touching
them up, gently, to be sure, with a
whip as lie walks beside them. In
Denmark it is not unusual to see a
woman high up in a cherry" tree,
picking the fruit, while a man lic3 at
tho foot waiting to place the ladder
when she shall be ready to come
down with her burden. "In Upper
Austria," writes n correspondent,
"I saw a slight and very pretty
vouns cirl carrying the mortar up to
the second story of a building, while
a man waited there to put it in place
when she arrived." A correspon
dent reports having seen a woman in
Holland drawing a canal boat, bent
nearly double with the leathern har
ness, as she trudged along tho
towpath, a man sitting at his ease in
tho boat smoking. Chiccuo Tines.
A New Yorker advcitises : "Grave
stones for sale cheap, to close up an
estate." Now is the Ulna to die.
Oil City Derrick.
When a girl is young she wants
numerous dolls, but when alio grows
older her wants increaso and she
desires several dollars. Boston Budget.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
67 nml H Ilotol tStroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE: . .. .
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plums, Pears, Nectarines and Prunes. Alto,
Fresh Cala Salmon, do Shrimps, do Codfish, do Clams In Shell, and Rock Cod.
Also, a few rice lied Cabbages, Swiss Clicesc, Cream Ohccsc. Edam Cheesoand
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Corned Bocf, Fresh Cala Roll Buttor,
Kegs Family Huttci.
ALSO, Vine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and liaracuta for salo
cheap. A fine lot of choice Now Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
Byeaeh airlvulof O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, we rocelvod.Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oysters and Game on Ice.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, ond satisfaction
Telephone No. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. Q. SCHUMAN,
Carriage and. Wagon Maker,
In HrNt-cliiHS manner nncl priecN to Nuifc tlio timet.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. 0m
A WOMAN to do general housework
In a family. A comfortable home
and suitable wage? promised.
To Lot or JLen.se.
rpHOSK very desirable piemises sltu
X atcd at Kapalama, opposite the
" What Cheer House," possession given
ai once. ior terms apniy to
05 2w JOHN F. i
JOHN F. COLBUHN.
man, a situation as
coachman. Apply at this ofllcc.
THE two story coral building occu
pied by Cliulan & Co. as 'a Rice
Mill, possession given inuncdiatelv. Ap
ply to CUULAN &'CO.
HAVING obtained the services of a
iirst.class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform tho public that we are able to
Tune and Itepair Pianos at Fhort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
I03J ly WEST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
TXT1T1I OH WITHOUT BOARD.
VY Delightful sea bathing. Dodd's
'busses run to tiie place when two or
more passengers offer. Apply lo
EgP Telephone 302. SS lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice -1 room cottage, within
ieay reach of II Miolulu, situ,
iate al Kapjlama. Terms 20
per month. Apply to
1 US. MARIA KING,
on tho grounds, or to A. !. Cailwiight,
at his olllce. -10 if
Honolulu, July 7lh, 1885.
The undersigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom lor a time, oilers for sale
a live j cars' lease of the American
Houe with all lurnituro and appertain
menls thereunto belonging. Apply for
terms on the premises No. 70 Maunakea
Street. (Co tf) '.. Y. SQUIRES.
TMIAT vcrv dcsirablo
JL Farallv Resilience
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oci upiud at present a- a Law
OUlcc by John Russell, Esq., centrally
located near the coiner of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For patticulars, ap.
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANUENYVALD, Merchant Sit.
XI II. IJ. HAR'lUJ. hue lnimigi-r of
JLtI tin1 A-lor Iloiife, Iiu;:b tti mmounru
lo hli fiii!id ami tint piiblW in gcm-rnl
tluit lm lm puii'lri id t!ii :-tir.itngi
IIoiiM', Mid will ii'O.icn o'i Si mln,,
May J lib. I'll .n board by thu
wrel., iniiiilh ir liansienl. Spudul tic
couimo.liitlon lcr bnlles aud families.
Rending Piulors open for guests of the
house. Tlio coolest dining rooms in the
city. Xollies. 20 2m
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN' STREET. Les
sons given In Marine, Landscape,
.Mock Kensington, Photograph (.nil
Orayou Painting in Oil and Water
CiiIom. Flnweis in Wax, Wool, lMiuh,
Kelt, Silk. T.euthor, Hair, Crystal. Fen.
ther and Flidisenlu. All kinds of Em.
broideiy and Dolgnlng taught with
Skeleton If a i, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work, ror terms, etc, ap
ply io A. M. BUBItB,
y!) :im Temple of Fashion.
HUSTAOE & HOHBUTdON have
this day iciiioved their olllcu to
corner of Kanhumiinu aud Queen btrcets
in tho olllro lately occuplul ty Jlon.
Chas. T. Gulii'k. In connection with
our Drayago Uusintsf, Mr. J. V. Robert
son, thu nuvvly appointed Ivcio'-cno Warc
hoiiiii Keeper, will bo found, and all
orders for oil to bo c.irted to and from
tho Warehouse will he promptly attend,
ed to uv us.
' HUSTAOE S. IIOUEUTSOX.
Hnwailtin Dull Telephone, No. 'ii.
Mutual Telephone, No. 10. 04 2w
The Kiuitnlle liil'e Insurance
Society oi' the United
i:ntaiui1siii:i i.v ihsu.
ISSUES Policies ou tliemo9t approved
plans, viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments: Tontine
Savings l-'unil, Tontines, Semi.Tontinesj
A. B. C. Tontines; Elfc and Survivor,
ship Annuities; Children's Endowment?,
Joint Life Risks, Paitnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calcul'ited that every reasonable
wish of the insured is emb'odied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and pamphlets,
AI.MX. .1. OAKTWKMJHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Idnnds.
Will be open every afternoon and even
ings as follows:
3Tnmlny, IVctliicHtlny, Tliurmlny and
To the public in general.
Tui'HiIuj; ami Friday KvciiIuch, and
IVrilncmliiy and Haturdny
For ladies and their escorts.
$5 prize for
July 10-Neck-Tie Party ;
July 21 Polo between Yosemite and
Alurls for prize.
July 24 Il-im Hunt ; prize.
July 2!5 TurUoy Hunt, for natives.
July 28 Two mile Race for prize.
July 81 Grand fancy dress masquer
ade. Four prizes will bo
given one for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor tho
bast sustained character, and
one for the most comical.
Fancy sfcutor.-. must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing every Friday evening fiom
!) to lit.
:M.uh1! Iy tlio rtaiKl,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Ma.
tinee. T. E WALL, Manager.
Central Pari Skating: Bill
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Aftirnoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 17 Tug -of - War on
Skates. 0 on side, captains to be ap
pointed to choose teams.
Saturday, July 18 A inatcur Race ; ono
mile dnsh; go-as.you.pleaso for boys
under 15. Prize 5,
Friday, July 81 Owing to tho grand
success of thu last MaBquciadc, and by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Rink, there wlM be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque,
radu on Skates, with G handsome prizes,
viz.; ?10 will bo given to thu couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
tho handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best bustaincd character. Lady or Gen.
tK'inan, IJjy or Girl; $5 for the most
comical character; "i for tlio niot orl.
ginal. barring advertisements; 1'ilzo,
p vlr Club Skates, any-uuikc, to tho Lady
wearing tho most artistic costume.
Anv other than uood deportment to
bar any ono from a prize, tho judges to
bu a Luilles and 2 Gentlemen.
CKXTIIAI. l'AUK HUATIXU UIXK
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