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SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1885.
8 3 Yamashlro Maru from Windward
Schr Emma from Olownlu
Bk Forest Queen from S F
fjtmr "W Q Hall from Windward Ports
Stmr Lehua from Kabulul
Stmr Jas I Dowsett from Molokal
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Strar Kllauoa Hou from AVltidward
fjchr Malolo from Haiku
tjrtir Jeniilo Walker for Tannings Is
Schr Wulmalu for llllo
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Schr ICulainanu for Hawaii
Schr Manuokawal for ICoolau
Tern Eva for Humboldt
Stmr I.ehiia for Knliultil
stmr Jan t Dowptl for Molokal
3tmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Planter for ICnual
Schr Emma for Olownlu
'chr Mille Morris for Ewa
jOhr ICc Au lion for S S Islands
VESSELS IN PORT.
RgHin W G Irwin, Turner
ilk Forto, Floicnass
HI; Foicst Queen,
From Molokal per stmr Jas I Dowsett
Ally IS Mrs Monsarrat and Mi3 J
From AViudward Ports, per tmr Ki
HucaHon. July 18 Chas Coe and Mr
Fiom Windward Poi Is, per gtnir AV G
Hall, July 18-W H Bailey, 0 Wall, J
f i aris. Jr, Rev J D Pails O A Brown,
J II Bruns. 0 II Carter, W K Bailey, P
Raymond, J D Murliii, AV II Cornwell,
MissE Joy, Miss J Hoick, II Koo. J K
Ivekaula and wife, Miss Ella Foster,
Rev Leonoie, W Ball, Wong Lin and CI
From Kauai, via AVaialua aud AVai
nnae, per stmr 0 R Bishop, Julv 17
T F Pickering, AV C Crooks and wife,
Mrs C R Steewaid and 3 childien, G
Pckelo, M Mahelona, X II Babeock, 2
Chinese and 22 deck.
From Kahiilui and bv-ports, per stmr
Lehu i, July 18 CMaudaolc.FMeLane.
AV Murch, E Hingley, Kawaiku, Miss A
Hoffman, Bio Thomas. Bro Fianci-.
Mrs J V Kalua, Judge Kalama, R AV
Meyer, J Beshaw, Father James, Miss
McCorrister, 3 prisoners and 111 deck.
From S F, per bk Forest Queen, Julv
18 Col Sam Xorris, A D Biettcville. '
ICAiim.ui, July 17th.
Schr Anna. Capt J E McCulloch, sail
ed this morning lor San Francisco with
a cargo of sugar, viz. : H O & S Co,
4,110 bags, 552,150 lbs, valued at 28,
381.70; Paia Plantation, 1,339 bags,
106,121 lbs, valued at $7,001.28. Total
bags of sugar, 5,403; total valuation,
The Courtney Ford, heretofore em
ployed in the Hawaiian sugar trade,
cleared yesterday, July 1st, for coast
wise service, having gone to Pugct
Sound for lumber.
The J B Leeds has cleared for Xa
varro River, to load lumber for Hono
lulu. She will carry as cargo 5,000
posts, 200,000 shingles, 10'i kegs nails,
275,000 feet lumber and 50 doors, valued
Stmr C R Bishop sails on Tuesday, at
8 a m, and the Jas Makec on tho same
day at 5 p in.
The Planter is to arrive early to-morrow
morning, and will sail again on
Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock on the
usual route and Niihau and Xiuoa.
Stmr C R Bishop arrived last evening
with 1,G03 bags of paddy, 1,070 bags of
sugar and 00 bags of rice. She sails on
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock.
Stmr W G Hall brought 2,710 bags of
sugar, 14 bags of coffee, 83 bags of awa,
42 hides, 11 bogs and 1 horse. She sails
on AVednesday at 4 o'clock p m.
The AVG Irwin aud J (J Ford will
sail for S F about Tuesday.
Stmr Kilauca Hou brought 3.382 bags
of sugar and 40 head of cattle; also
about 70 tons of old lion from AVainaku.
Tho Jas I Dowsett brought a sugar
roller from Molokai for lepaiis.
Tho Ko Au Hon sails on Monday
Schr Malolo brought l,99,"i bags of
sugar from Haiku.
tatmr Jas I Dowsett hi ought 115
sheep, 10 head of eattle, 50 bales of
wool, 4 hogs, 350 watermelons and 100
bags of taro. Shu sails on Monday at
5 p m.
Stmr Mokolii brought 215 bags of
sugar and 11 bbls of molasses.
Stmr Lehua brought 287 bags of
The bk Forest Queen arrived this
morning, 10 days from S F with a gen
cargo valued at 611,000. Shu also
brought two horses for Messrs Allen
The Japanese S S Yainat-hlro Maru
arrived last evening from Windward.
She sails on Monday .or Tuesday next
Mr John II Babeock, shipping e'lerk
of the Pacific Navigation Co, leaves to
day by the schr Jennie Walker for u
trip to Fannlngs Is and return.
The Band will play the following
programme at liimna Square at 4 :30
o'clock this afternoon. It will be
observed, no less than three now
pieces aic promised:
March Roll of tho Di inn . . . . Ackermau
Overtuie Mozart .'. . . .Suppo
Selection Adciia Donizetti
Overtuto A Rose Festival, (new)
Mazurka A Love Duet. (new).. .Faust
Polka The Camel Corps, (new) .Martin
Cam, and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromos, eto.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 71 St
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is tho placo for it,
13 Nutianu street. 980. tf.
LOCAL & QEHERAL NEWS,
An advertiser wants a situation as
TltitEK prisoners arrived by the
Lclnm this morning from Maui.
The Honolulu Rifles have a special
drill this evening at their Armory.
br.LKCTioxs of an interesting na
ture will be found on the fourth page.
At the Yoscmite skating rink this
evening there will be a milo race for
Hawalians for a prize.
Tun usual gospel temperance
meeting at the vestry of tho Bethel
Union church tlu3 evening.
The foundations for the new
Chinese Club house on King street
liavo been put in and work is pro
gressing. Tue closing cxeiciscs nt lolanl
College will take place at 2 o'clock
Monday afternoon, followed by
Ik you want to see a good game of
baseball go out to Mnkiki this after
noon. The Honolulus and Oceauics
play at 4 o'clock.
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AVkst, Dow & Co. have just got
out a list of their sheet music in
stock. Get one, thcro may be some
thing you require.
The proprietors of the Hawaiian
Hotel stables notify the public that
George Patterson does not drive any
of their carriages.
Oun migratory friend Col. Sam
Norris came down on the Forest
Queen this morning from Snn Fran
cisco. He looks younger every trip.
This afternoon at three o'clock,
Mr. AV. II. Cornwell's Hancock and
Col. Z. S. Spalding's Faiamma, will
contest a one mile dash at Kapiolani
Master. Bcrgcr, a son of our bnnd
master, won tho prize last evening at
the losemite rink for tiie largest
neck tic. It measured just three
feet six inches in length.
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co. re
ceived thi3 morning by the Forest
Queen a large consignment of the
celebrated Anlicnser St. Louis lager
beer in quarts and pints.
Hoi Chong Co. keep at their meat
market, 45 Maunakea street, the
very best quality of beef and at
cheap prices. It comes from Mr.
James Campbell's ranch.
Mr. Unit announces that ho will
deliver hi famous Elite ice creams,
free of charge, in any part of the
city. They will be packed in neat
buckets, warranted to preserve them
six to eight hours.
Steamer Kilauca Hou bi ings news
of the death of Mr. B. H. Grant,
bookkeeper of Onoraea plantation.
He died on Monday last at 1 p. m.,
of consumption. He had been con
fined to his bed for several days pre
vious to his death.
The Japanese immigrants at the
Quarantine grounds will be taken
over to the Immigration Depot this
afternoon. The three patients in
the hospital, of course, will remain
where they are until their quaran
tine is up.
The following is the revised sche
dule of games arranged by the base
ball league to the end of the season :
July 25 Honolulus vs. Married.
August 1 Married vs. Occanics.
August 8 Honolulus vs. Oceanics.
August 15 Married vs. Honolulus.
August 22 Honolulus vs. Oceanics.
August 29 Oceanics vs. Married.
Sept. 5 Married vs. Honolulus.
Sept. 12 Oceanics vs. Married.
Sept. 19 Honolulus vs. Occanics.
A TELEPHONE CASE.
The case of the Hawaiian Bell
Telephone Co. vs. Mutual Telephone
Co., damages, was concluded yester
day afternoon. It was given to the
jury a few minutes before two
o'clock and after being absent about
three quarters of an hour returned
with a verdict for plaintiffs,damages
8350. The suit was brought by tho
Hawaiian Bell Co, against the de
fendants for interfering with their
wires during tho past year. Mr. F.
M. Hatch appeared for the plaintiffs,
and Mr. A. S. Ilartwcll for tho
Tho Japanese steamer Yamashlro
Maru anived fiom windward yester
day afternoon about five o'clock,
having on board Their Majesties the
King and Queen, Their Excellencies
the Minister of Foreign Affairs nnd
Attorney-General, II. I. J. M.'s
Special Commissioner and others.
The royal party stayed at Kailua
while the Ministers and the Com
missioner visited many pluces on
the islands of Maui and Hawaii.
The latter inspected the plantations
where Japanese are at work, and
with one or two exceptions he is
well satisfied with what he has lieaid
A BRILLIANT pAnTY.
The party given by Mr. W. G.
Irwin at his Wniklki residence last
evening was in honor or Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Sprcckels and the Misses
Doro and Ivors, who arc at present
staying in our city. The house aud
grounds wero brilliantly illuminated,
the latter with Japanese and Chinese
lanterns. A large number of invited
guests, principally young people,
were in attendance. Mr. Berger
and his string orchestra furnished
music for dancing. An elegant
supper was served at midnight, after
which daucing was resumed.
Tho tug-of-war at the Central Park
Skating Rink last evening was a big
affair and afforded much amuse
ment. Sides were chosen by D.
Bent and Fred AValdrum. The
former had with him, B. Rubcnstcin,
F. Mullcr, II. Bush and B. Britn
dagc, while AValdrum's side con
sisted of M. Hartmann, AV. F. Love,
T. Bowler and J. Dower. The con
testants were all on skates and the
match was won by Bent's team, who
pulled their opponents over the mark
three consecutive times. This even
ing there will be a one milo amateur
race, 'go-as-you-please, for boys un
der 15. Prize $5.
MRS. WALLACE'S SCHOOL.
Quito n largo number of parents
nnd friends of the pupils of the
above school were present nt tho
closing exercises yesterday after
noon. Tho programme as published
by us yesterday was fully carried
out and highly satisfactory. It con
cluded with the prcscutiug of testi
monials, the following being the
successful pupils: Misses rietoria
AVcbcr, Belle Fuller, Lizzie Dowsett,
Nettie Lowrcy and Madge AVallace.
Misses Maude Benson, Edith Mist
and Victoria AVeber having finished
their studies, were each presented
with a pretty scarf pin by Mrs. AVal
lace as a memento. Mrs. AVullace
leaves on tho Alameda, August 1st,
for a trip to the Coast, returning by
the same steamer.
The following named officers of
Polynesian Encampment, No. 1, I.
O. O. F., were installed last even
ing by Brother R. AV. Lainc, D. D.
Grand Sire, Acting R. AV. Grand
Patriarch : L. C. Abies, C.P. ; Jas.
Simmons, H.P. ; R. II. Graham, J.
AV. ; II. Carstcns, Guide ; Thos.
Teunat, O.G. ; J. Carden, I.G.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 1,1. O. O.
F., held a meeting Tuesday evening,
at which the following oflicers were
installed by District Deputy Grand
Sire R. AV. Laine, assisted by several
past grands: E. Hughes, N. G. ;
M. M. Kennedy, V. G. ; AV. M.
Graham, R. S. ; J7 A. McKcnzie,
Treas. ; S. Savidge, It. S. N. G. ;
J. Lecker, L. S. N. G. ; L. L. La
pierre, R. S. V. G. ; J. G. Jones, L.
S. V. G. ; G. Wright, R. S. S. ; T.
AVright, L. S. S. ; C. Bruce, 1. G.
After the meeting the members ad
journed to the Elite ice cream par
lors and partook of some of the ex
cellent cream furnished at that es
tablishment, the balance of the
evening being spent in social inter
course. QUEEN EMMA'S WILL.
After recess yesterday afternoon
Mr. A. J. Cartwright testified that
he had been tiie late queen's busi
ness agent for the past twelve yeai s.
The will and devisees in trust were
entirely her own. He had never
dictated any part of the will.
Miss Lucy Peabody said that the
late queen was of sound mind. She
was not quite so strong after her
second attack in body, but her mind
was clear enough. No further evi
dence was offered for tho probate of
Mr. Thurston, for tho contestant,
Albert Kunuiakca, then called several
witnesses, all natives, who, in sub
stance, stated that the queen had a
very sleepy manner witii her after
she returned from Hawaii in 1881.
She could not remember how she
came from there.
After the counsel for both sides
had argued the case, the Chief Jus
tice ordered that the will be admitted
to probate and lettors testamentary
issue. Mr. Thurston noted an
At the Roman Catholic Cathedral
high mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at
4.30 i m.
Rev. Geo. Wallace preaches at
St. Andrew's C.ithedral at 11 a. m.,
the Bishop nt 7.30 v. m.
Young men's Bible class at the
Y. M. C. A. at 9.45 r. m. Tho
usual gospel praiso service at 0.30
i'. m., led by General Secretary S.
Rev. John Hemphill will occupy
tho Bethel Union Church pulpit to
morrow morning and Rev, S. E.
Bishop In the evening.
"By Little and Little" will bo
Mr. Cruzan's theme Sunday morning
at Foit Street Church, aud ''The
Men in tho Fire," tho subject of
tho evening sermon. All arc invited.
The Rev. J. Hemphill, of Phila
delphia, will preach at Kaumaknpili
Church Sunday evening. Tho Rev.
II. II. Parker will iuterpret.
This noon, Mr. James Morgan
sold at Mr. Adams' auction rooms
the following lands and leases :
1 L C Award 1C27, Royal Pa
tent 7399, 3 Apanas situated in Ka
newai, Manoa, Oahu, aggregate area
of 48C-100 square chains. Keonea
(w.) and Pano to S. K. Kaai by
deed of April, 1880, recoidcd in
liber CI, pages 54 and 55.
Sold to H. R. H. Princess Kaiu
lani for $45.
2 An undivided one-half interest
in a piece of land situate in Moea
noa, Kona, Hawaii, granted to Kn
pae 2 by Royal Patent 952.
Sold to B. Ignacio nnd Jose, SG5.
3 A lease from Bernico P. Bis
hop and Chns. R. Bishop to Simon
K. Kaai of the following parcels of
land situate in Moanalua, Oahu :
1 Houso lot with dwelling house
mauka of the road.
2 Fivo kalo patches known ns
3 Two kalo patches known as
4 One kalo patch known as Kc-
5 Kula land with cocoanut trees
known as Lapakca.
G One kalo patch with adjoining
kula land known as Umi.
Sold to S. M. Damon for $50.
There was only one case on the
calendar this morning, that of Na
oho, charged with violating express
rule No. 0 by leaving his carriage
without anyone in chnrge. He was
fined $5 and SI costs.
SHE SAT DOWN ON HIM.
There is a pushing young painter,
who loves to wear long hair, and
who is not apparently an enthusiastic
supporter of Pear's soap ; and this
young painter has a very profound
belief in himself and his own
charms, and his own genius, and
above all in his power of captivating
the hearts of the fair. The other
evening our young painter found
himself at a friend's house, next to
a very attractive young lady, whom
he promptly endeavored to impress
as much as possible. After telling
her all about himself and his pictures
and his talent, he finally informed
her that he should never marry.
"AVhy not?" inquired his fair com
panion. "If I did marry," the
young painter replied, "I should
make so many women unhappy."
"I should have thought you would
only make one woman unhappy,"
was the young lady's prompt com
ment, which reduced that long-haired
egotist to silence. He does not like
that girl now, and avoids her when
they meet. Whitehall Jievicio.
It is related of a famous cook that
he prepared fish so exquisitely that
they returned him admiring and
grateful looks from the frying pan.
It is a good thing to have n com
mand of language, bnt a much better
thing to have command of one's
It is now given out that too much
coffee dries up the liver. Shoep
penstedt congratulates himself that
lie is out of danger. Slioeppenstedt
A London paper laj's it down edi
torially that "the man who would
not kiss a woman when she tells him
with her eyes that her lips are yearn
ing is an' idiot." This, we think,
depends upon the woman.
A sewing machine woman can cam
as much as the average schoolmis
tress, fresh from the Normal School
with a first-class certificate, and any
laundry-woman can earn moic.
"AVho rang the bell so early this
morning, Maria?" "It was the
milkman, ma'm. He brings fresh
milk every morning." "Well, I
don't wish to bo disturbed by this
noise. Tell him to bring enough
Monday for the whole week.'
One of them was just coming out
of the post-olllcc, the other was go
iner in. They stopped, shook hands,
smiled, and the first one observed ;
"Quite as well lufair, una oi
Smith's." "Indeed! AVIiat was
it?" "A boil." And then they
separated without Blinking hands.
An American missionary who
thought he had struck a spot in
Africa where the white man had
never been heard of, was a bit taken
back to be met by a crowd of blacks
'Hickory, dlckoiy, dock!
The mouse ran up the clock!"
A man who wns up beforo a New
York justice for stealing a hum fiom
the front door of a grocery store
raised up his baud and called on all
the saints to witness his innocence
"Go on with tho trial," said the jus
tice; "do you expect this court to
send ull tho way to Utah or Chicago
for the witnesses in this caso?"
Tho force of habit: Mabel "I
do not think it looks very well for
you and all tho other young gentle
men to get up and leave the room
just as soon as I begin to play."
Henry "Oh! that's all right. No
offense to you, Mabel, but you see
thoy always go out when the music
begins. Force of habit, you know.
They think thoy are at the theater.'
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Or nml CO Hotel Btroot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plums, Pears, Nectarines and Prunes. Aho,
Fresh Cain Salmon, do Shrimps, do Codfish, do Clams in Shell, and Rock Cod.
Also, a few rice lied Cibbago', Swls Cliocsc, Cream Cheese. Edam Chece and
very mild Cala Family Cheese, Family Cala Corned Beef, Fresh Cala Roll Butter,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Bsracuta for 6ale
cheap. A fine lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for salo very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, just to hand per 0. 3. 8.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
Breach ai rival of O. 9. 8. Co.'s steamers, we rcoelved.Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fleh, Oysters and Game on ice.
Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone Ho. 210, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
E. G. SCHUMAIM,
Carriage and Wag-on Maker.
In IlrMt-cliiHM niuiiucr nud pi-icon to milt tlio timcH.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. AV. Lincoln, Contiacioi fc Builder.
A WOMAN to do general housework
In a family. A comfortable homo
and suitable wages promised.
To Let or Lease.
fAlIOSE cry desirable picmiscs situ
X atcd at Kapalama, opposite the
" What Cheer
House, possession given
at once. For terms niinlv to
05 2vv JOHN F. COLBUHN
)Y a young man, a situation su
coachman. Apply at this olllce.
THE two story coral building occu
pied by Chilian & Co. as a Bice
Mill, possession given immediately. Ap.
CHULAN & CO.
HAVING obtained the services of a
flibt-elass Piano Tuner, we w ish
to inform the public that we are able to
Tune and Bepitir Pianos at -hort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to, and all work warrant) d.
103' ly WEST, DOW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
YftflTH OB AVITIIOUT BOABD.
TT DeMghtful tea bathing. Dodd's
'biibsct run to the place when two or
moic passengers offei. Apply to
ry Telephone S03. fi3 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
moaA uico'l loom cottanc within
.Peasv leach of II nolulii, thu.
fegfeateat Kap.daina. Terms S'.O
per month. Apply to
AUtS. MABIA KING,
on the grounds, or to A .1 Carlwiigiit,
at his olllce. -10 tf
Honolulu, July 7th, 1881.
The undersigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom for a time, oilers for silo
a live j ears' lease of the American
House with all lurnlturc and appertain,
mcnls thereunto belonging. Apply for
terms on.tlie premises N'. 70 Maunakea
Slicct. (03 tf) Z. Y. SQUIKES.
HPIIAT very desirable and convenient
JL Faiyily Residence on Bcietanla
Street, until lately occupied by F. b.
Pratt, Esq., complete with ouUinuses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oc upled at present u- a L'lW
Orlico by John Russell, Esq , centrally
located near tho corner of Foit and
Merchant Streets. For paiticulars, ap
ply cltliL-r by letter or otherwise to
OR. STANGENAVALD, Merchant St.
Mil. II. BARI'.ER. late manager of
the Astor House, begs to announce
to his friends and the public; in general
that ho has purchased the Saratoga
lIotiKC, ii lid will reopen on Sunday,
.May SHth. First class board by the
week, month oi transient. Special ac.
cominodation for Indies and families.
Reading Pallors open for guests of the
hoiie. The coolest dining room-. In the
city. Nollics. SOL'm
Kennedy & Co., Bankrupts
WF. REYNOLDS is now piepaied
to oiler thu btnek of this estate
as it stands In Hie store, Ko. 109 Fort
Street. The net value of said stock was
earefullv ascertained nn tlio 1st day of
June. It was taken at such prices as
were guided by a kuowloJga of San
Francisco business. The bales since
that dale ato carefully recoided and a
due allowance will be made from tho
gross vol no of the stock. This is i good
opportunity for anyone desiring u good
business. Any intoruiation can bo ob.
taincd bv aiinlviiie ut ihu store. Pro.
rihnuiil tie mane ueioru ino vi)Ui
r ; 1 .' -' m m .i -
TTUSTAOE & ROBBUTSON
this day icinoved their olllce to
coiner of Kaahumaiiu and Queen streets
in the ollire lately occupied by Hon.
Chas, T. Guliok. In rnnncction with
our Hrayago BusincM, Mr, J. V. Robert
son, the newly appointed Kerosenu AYare
IioujO Keeper, will liu lound, and all
orders for oil to bu curled to and from
the Warehouse will be promptly attend,
ed to by ns.
IIUSTAOE & ROBERTSOX.
Hawaiian Hell Telephone. No. Si.
Mutual Telephone, No. 10. 0J 2w
The Equitable Lifc Insurance
Society of the United
KHTAniilHHi:i IX 185C.
ISSUES Policies on the most arproved
plans, viz: Ordlnaiy Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
Savings Fund, Tontines, Seini.Tontlnes;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Sun Ivor
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life Hisks, Partneikhip Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before Insuring elspwlieie, 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. CAKTWKKJUT,
General Agmt for Hawaiian Islands.
Yosemite SMini 11,
AYill be open every afternoon and even
ings as follows:
Monday, Wediiewlny, Thursday nnd
To the public in geneial.
Tuesday nml Friday KvciiingH. and
Wcdncftdny and Hnturdcy
For Indie- and their c-corti.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME :
July 18 One milo rare, for Hawalians,
fur a prize.
July 21 Polo between Yoscmite? and
Alerts for prize.
July 14 II im Hunt ; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
July 2R Two mile Race for prize.
July 31 Grand fancy dress masquer
ade. Four prizes will be
given one for the handsom
est costume, one for the most
original one, one for tho
best sustained character, and
one for the most comic nl.
Fancy skatcra must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing eery Friday cvcniiiLj from
0 to U.
JYliiHlo Tjy llio J3unl,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Satuiday
T. E. AA'ALL, Manager.
Central Park SHaling Rink
Open Every Evening- and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Saturday, July 1? Amateur Race; one
mile dash; go-as-you-pleaso for boys
under IB. Pno ?i.
Friday, July 21 Owing to the grand
success of tho last Mnequciade, and by
request of numcrouH patrons of this
popular Rink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque,
rade on Skates, with fi handsome prizes,
vk.; 10 will bo given to tho couple,
Ladyiuul Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best sustained character, Lady or Gen.
lleinan, Boy or Girl; ?fi for the mobt
comical character; $ft for tho most orl
giual. barring advertisements; Piizo,
pair Club Skates, any make, to thu Lady
wearing tho most artistic coetumc,
Any oilier than good deportment to
bar any one from a pric, thu judges to
be 3 Ladies and 2 Gentlemen.
Ci:.TItAI. l'AKU. MKATIN'U UIXK