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MONDAY, OCT. 2G, 1880.
S S Zcalaudta from Australia
Stmr L'lnntcr fiom Kauai
Kglnc Morning Star fiom SS IM.ind
Ilk Ceylon fiom I'oil Towiim'IkI
Stmr I.ehiia fiom Wlmlwnul I'oits
Sclir Uei Ilia llnur from Humboldt, Cal
Bl: Latly Haiowood from Hongkong
S S Zeiihindhi for Sail n.uuUi'n
Stmr Kilntip.i 11 ou "for lliimakuii
Sclir Mnnuokiiwiil for ICouhiu
Stmr Kln.ui for Wlnduaid Toils.
Stmr Jas I Dowsctt for Molokal
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Sclir Rob Koy for Koolau
Sclir Mlllo MouhforEwn
Stmr rianli'i for Kaiml
Sclir Jloiiiltiln for Koolau
Stmr r.lkcllkc for Kiilutliil
Stmr .la? Mnkee forlCapan
Sclir Elmkal for Walalua
.Sclir I.Pabl for Ilanalcl
VESSELS IN PORT.
Wb Capo Hoi n Pigeon. Kelly
Ilk Jupiter, Jones
Bktne Emcka, J.ec
BMuu Amelia, New hall
SS Alninetl.i, Moie
Uktne V II Dlmoiul, llouillctl
l"Yoin tin? Colonies, per SS Zenlandla,
Oct 23 Meis lIeiidci?on. Saulsture,
Center, W.ison mid wife, Mia Ralmei
ami cbild. and 3D in tr.inlt.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Planter, Oct 23
His Ex P P Kanoa. Col Z S Spalding.
P Whltnev, W 15 Si'bmidt. Mis S Peary
and two ilaushUM , W II Rice. It A
Miicllc, jr, P J Smith, A MeBryde. S W
Wilcox and son, Mis G Mnnthei ami
child, G DPieetli, M us A Clement, Mls
.1 Peali.ui, E Lc.iudcimnti. 10 Chinese
and 57 deck.
Fiom ll.imaku.i and Kahulul, per
stmr Lehua Oct 230 II White and 0
Fiom Ham.ikua, per stmr Kllauca
Hon, Oct 21 Mr Austin and 12 deck.
For San Fianeisco, per SS Zealandia.
Oct 23 Col Geo Maefailanc and 17
Stmr f.ch.ia bl ought 500 hag? sugar.
She sail', mi Wednesday.
Stmr Planter Jirought 174 bales of
wool, 100 sheep, 10 hides. HO bags of
lice and 5 horses.
Sclir Domitila hi ought M) bags of
I ice and 07 of paddv.
The baik-, T It Foster and W O Whit
more weie loading at Poit Town-end
when the Ceylon left.
TheEineka sails for San Francisco
on 'Wednesday next, at 2 p in.
Stmr Kilauea llou sails this afternoon
for Hamakii.i and the Kinau for the
Volcano.. The latter steamer l etui us on
Stmr Likclike ails to-moirow after
noon for Kahului and liana.
The SS Zealandia. Capt Webber, left
Sydney on the 8th hist and Auckland on
the 13th. Arrived at Honolulu Oct 23
at 8 a in, and sailed again at 11 :20 the
same moining for San Fianeisco. She
had fine weather from Auckland to this
The thice-mastcd bchooner Hoitlm
Minor, Capl O F'Raen, ariived hole
Sunday, 24 days fiom Humboldt Biv,
Ca', with 1517,000 ft of redwood lumber
to''I,cwei-,& Cooke. The Capt lepoits
sighting an English baik and a bktne on
the4th day out, and later on an Ameil
can bk bound for S F. The Ueitha
Minor had pleasant weather.
The bk Ceylon, Capt Calhoun, ai rived
lieic yesteiday, 22 davs fiom Poit
Tow nsend with 137,000 "ft lumber and
2,000,000 shingles to Allen & Robinson.
She had heavy gales Oct 10th.
Stmr .las Makee sails to-niouow at 5
Veiyiough at Niih.iu on Tlmindav
and Fiiday last.
'The li it bk Lady Hanrood, Capt T
II Williams, ai lived this moining, 38
days-from Hongkong, witli a grnci.il
cargo and 23 Chinese passengcis. Slie
ran foul of the steamer .fas I Dowsctt
wlille docking this morning. The stmr
had a few planks of her new cabin
ntoQ in, and the Lady llarwood's
head-gear w as carried aw ay in tho col
lision. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik Farini Concert Company sung
at the Hotel last night. r
Tin: laying of the water pipes for
the Branch Hospital began to-day.
, Ox Saturday the Puntihou College
nine defeated the Itoyal School nine
at baseball by,20 to 11.
Mi:bsit&. Henry Davis & Co. have
removed their business to the store
lately occupied by S. J. Levey & Co.
Tun annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Sugar Co., advertised for to-day,
has been postponed till Thursday at
"Am: you guying or telling the
truth?" said a lady to the salesman
in a Fort street storo Saturday
Somi: efforts weru made several
days ago to form a Printers' Union,
but the scheme fell through at tho
His Majesty the King has signi
fied his intention of being present
with his suite at the Boyal Austra
lian Cjrcus this evening.
Ik the suit of Jackson vs. Love
Joy, concluded on Friday evening,
tho jury found a verdict of $350
damages, one juror dissenting.
SBVExiniac Chinamen took pas
sage by the S. S. Zealandia Sunday.
Thirteen bf them are going to Pa
nama and the others to Hongkong.
Tnr.ur. was a good attendance at
the sale of Mrs. Oltpliant's furni
ture this morning. Everything was
disposed of, and good prices obtained.
Mn. E. W. Tucker has resigned
his position us chief engineer of
AVildor S. S. Co. to act as assistant
foreman of the Honolulu Iron
A mail of 2,042 letters, weighing
51 pounds, and 014 packages news
papers, weighing 117 pounds, was
despatched by tho Post Olllce per
Mit. C. B. Pattkhson has obtained
the conttact for painting the new
Kaumakapili Church spire. The
friends of tho church may be as
sured of a well-painted steeple.
SiT.VMr.i: Planter brought the last
of this year's wool from Niihau yes
terday. To-morrow she will take
the heavy machinery that came by
the W. II. Diniond for Koloa plan
tation. Two native jirisoncrs of bad re
pute, who were imprisoned some
time ago for an assault on a white
woman, made their escape from Li
hue prison on Tuesday night. Thoy
were followed to Koloa, but there
all traces of them were lost.
A i'i:cm.iAit noise was heard at
one of the windows of the cottage
occupied by the Farini troupe Sat
urday night, and when the pianist
of the company went to ascertain
the cause, he found the w indow wide
open. He suspected burglars.
Messus. E. P. Adams & Co. were
going to sell 0,'J 18 shares of Paukaa
stock at public auction to-day at
noon, but were stopped by an in
junction issued out of the Supreme
Court, at the instance of the plain
tiffs in S. L. Austin and others vs.
C. Brewer & Co. and others.
The missionary steam barkentinc
Morning Star, that arrived in port
last night, was not expected for
several months. A report of her
voyage is deferred to-day for want
of space. Her premature return
was caused by the illness of Mr.
Sturgis, one of the missionaries.
At the last meeting of the Hono
lulu Rowing and Yachting Associa
tion the following officers were
elected: Pcimaneut President, His
Majesty the King ; Vice-Presidents,
Fred "Wundcnbcrg and Charles B.
"Wilson ; Secretary, "Walter M. Gif
fard ; Treasurer, James G. Spencer.
The Association meets again "Wed
Tin: compositors on the Press
struck for higher rates on piece
work Saturday .evening, after a
week's notice. In consequence this
morning's issue of that paper was
got out with difficulty and a few
hours late. A new corps of typos
had to be temporarily engaged to
take the place of the strikers. The
latter were still holding off at noon
Mit. S. Damon is about to start a
cattle ranch near Coco Head. On
Friday he received 21 head of cattle
fromlvaalualu, Kau, by the schooner
Waioli, and Saturday morning the
vessel sailed again for another load.
The live stock was to be landed near
Coco Head, but the sea being too
rough Friday afternoon they were
landed here and taken overland.
Mr. Damon expects to have about
100 head of cattle on the ranch by
Mr. Br.itur.n, bandmaster, has
presented us with a copy of Hawaii
Ponoi arranged for the pianoforte
by the eminent composer, Ferdi
nand Beyer. It is No. G5 of a series
of national hymns of all nations,
published in Mayence, London,
Paris, Brussels and Leipzig. Mr.
Bcrgcr played it on a piano in a
down-town store, for the delectation
of our reporter, and it sounded de
lightful. The authpr is highly
pleased with tho arrangement of
Ills composition.' Messrs. J. M.
Oat & Co. have the music for sale.
The title page is decorated with
crossed Hawaiian flags, prettily
' Tin: Advertiser announces that
Portuguese immigration is to bo re
sumed ou a considerable scale, in
response to a demand from the plan
tations. Messrs. Hoffnung, of Lon
don, have chartered tho British iron
ship Stirlingshire to carry the immi
grants from Madeira. It is stated
as probable that the same vessel will
bring several families of Scotch
crofters. Long ago the Bulletin,
in discussing the laud troubles of the
British Islands, suggested that some
of tho crofters could be given homes
in tills kingdom, with mutual benefit
to themselves and to this country.
Tin: Farini company's second ap
pearance, Satin day evening, was
characterized by some improvement
over the first night. Particularly
was this the case with regard to the
selections of tho llrst part, which
were lighter and brighter. There
was a marked diminution in the
audience. Unfortunately Signor
Farini's indisposition from a cold
was greater than ever, and lie could
scarcely speak, much less sing, his
part in tiie selection from "Faust."
It is to bo hoped, however, that the
company will be able, boforo leav
ing, to overcomo the bad impression
produced by the first performance.
A committkk of one from each
boat club is appointed to solicit sub
scriptions to defray expenses of the
annual regatta on His Majesty's
birthday, Nov. ICth. Mr. A. M.
HowetUs the appointee of the Myr
tle Boat Club for this purpose, and
wishes to inform the friends of that
club that he has .opened a list for
subscriptions at Messrs. J. M. Oat
& Co.'s store, where they can write
down the amounts they arc willing
to give. It is to be hoped (this is
our intimation) that the various
clubs will be liberally sustained in
their work of providing the main
amusement for one of our most
. m - -
As immense concourse attended
the performance of the Royal Aus
tralian Circus on Saturday night,
crowding the tent until there was
not even standing room left, and
scores were turned away. The per
formers were not unicsponsivc to
the stimulus of such a tremendous
battery of eyes. All seemed to exert
themselves to their best, Prince
Bungcroo giving some extra flou
rishes with his remarkable feet, and
the tumblers and the fair trapezist
putting more velocity and daring
into their respective gj'rations. Mr:
Love announced from the ring at
intermission that an entirely new
programme would be presented to
night, not a single act of former
appearances being repeated, pledg
ing a hundred dollars to any person
detecting a single repetition. The
King and suite will lend their au
gust presence to the audience this
The steamer Iwalani returned
Saturday morning from Hamakua
after an absence of 10 days. The
captain reports the weather at Ha
makua the roughest he has ever
seen. The billows ran mountain
high, striking the shore with tremen
dous force, and making it utterly
impossible to effect a landing. The
steamer stood off Hamakua from
Monday morning until Thursday
afternoon, being unable to make a
landing, but on the fourth day all
the freight was put ashore. The
Paauhau wire cable was carried
away and the freight car and two
tons of sugar were lost. Several
planks of Kukuihaclc landing have
been raised by the swell. The
weather in the channel is good, ex
cept near Molokai. While the
steamer was taking in sugar at Ho
nokaa the freight car loaded with
sugar got away from the workmen
and, after a short run, threw 15
bags of sugar over the bluff into the
Mns. R. Lovk has a Cottage
let on Fort Street, above Kukui.
Messrs. Henry Davis & Co. beg
to announce to their many friends
and patrons that they have opened
their ni:w store at No. 52 Fort
Street (lately occupied b' S. J.
Levey & Co.) where they will be
pleased to attend to the wants of
their customers and guarantee satis
faction. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city. Island orders
packed and shipped with special
care. 1G0 It
On Saturday we had just time to
mention tho bare fact that the opium
fishery, conducted for some time
past and ridiculed in certain quar
ters, had at length been successful
in a pretty good haul. On Friday
night, as on tho previous one, two
boats were cruisiiiK in the bay in
search of the contraband aiticlc.
Deputy-Marshal Dayton and Ollleer
Marcos, in charge of one of the
cruisers, had a watch set on shore
for suspicious movements on the
water. Late at night, a boat was
seen stealing up the harbor, and the
ollleors were notified of the fact by
telephone. The boat came ashore
near the prison, and two Chinamen
stopped on tho strand. They were
immediately confronted by tho
officers and asked whose boat that
was. Replying that they did not
know, they were promptly arrested
for larceny of tho boat. In the
craft there was dredging apparatus,
also a bag apparently meant to re
ceive whatever the grapnels might
hook up. Messrs. Dayton and
Marcos, with two boatmen, after
disposing of the prisoners, embarked
in a boat and proceeded out along
the course by which the Chinamen
had come, until they reached the
spnr buoy. They met Marshal
Soper and Ollleer Mchrtcns in an
other boat, just abandoning the
seaich for tho night. Tho latter
laughingly wished the relief guards
better luck than they had themselves
had. So tho two parties separated
in the bright moonlight, and -the
Deputy Marshal's boat began dredg
ing operations, very soon taking up
from a sandbank, in about six
fathoms of water, a parcel contain
ing about a hundred tins of the pro
hibited drug. Some of the cans
were leaky, and the package had
been anchored with iron sinkers.
Thus one of the tricks for which
Bret Hartc says the " heathen
Chinee "is peculiar, proved to bo
"vain" when met by tho vigilance
of thu gallant commander ami com
modore of the Honolulu police.
SUPREME COURT OCTOBER TERM.
Friday, Oct. 23rd.
Jackson vs. Lovejoy.
(Evidence for the plaintiff, con
tinued from Saturday's issue.)
Mr. Squires sworn: Jackson
drinks heavily sometimes. When
he lias been drinking to excess it
makes him insane. I have been
summoned there oil several occa
sions to protect raj' sister. The last
time was about four months ago.
I was called by Bruns. It was in
the evening about '.) or 10 o'clock.
I found her with a black eye. I
had Jackson locked up. Mrs. Jack
son had two fits. 1 have spent S 130
to S150 for my sister's maintenance,
besides S21G doctor's bills. Jack
son was sometimes not at work. lie
had been drinking heavily the latter
part of last year. I gave Dayton
00, one time, to land Jackson in
San Francisco. His wife objected
to his going, on account of his
health. I have advised her to sue
for a divorce. She has talked about
a divorce, but the publicity was
what she objected to. He was not
a very good mechanic when be first
came here ; he is now. His age is
Dr. Broimi: sworn: I have been
called to attend Mrs. Jackson
during the past year. She has not
been in good health. She is not in
good health now. She was confined
to her bed four months during the
past year. She has been an invalid
during the past year. It is scarcely
probable that ever she can be a well
woman. My instructions to her
were that she should not do airy
work. She was forbidden to do
any lifting. I have had occasion to
treat Mr. Jackson. He had various
ailments, principally derangement
of the stomach and functional dis
ease of the heart. His stomach ail
ments were due wholly or partly to
excess of drink. He has been under
treatment frequently within the past
8 months. I told him repeatedly that
he should not -drink at all any
amount was an injury. I saw marks
of violence on Mrs. Jackson's person
once. It was during this year,
about March last. The effect of the
blow was that she was laid up again
for several days. Mr. Jackson has,
on several occasions, been incapaci
tated for work, from the effects of
Cross-examined by Mr. Hatch:
Mrs. Jackson's illness has been of
several years standing. I had her
own statement that she had been ill
before coming to me. Mr. Jack
son's trouble of the heart is of re
cent development. His appearance
is that of a tolerably rebust man.
During tho present year, 1 have
known of his staying from work to
take care of Mrs. Jackson. I think
it was in May.
(Continued from Saturday's is
sue.) James Dood sworn : I know Mr.
Jackson. Have known him seven
years, by name only during the past
year. I have known him go into
saloons other than the Anchor Sa
loon. He came to my saloon and
got liquor. I have seen him on
several occasions come and drink.
Did not know him until a few weeks
ago by name.
Cross-examined by Mr. Kinney:
I have never seen him drunk in my
saloon. If I had known him to be a
man in the habit of excessive drink
ing, I would not have given liiin any
Messrs. T. Lucas and J. M. Sass
were called to give evidence con
cerning Mr. Jackson's grade and
wages as a carpenter, and the occa
sions of his laying off days, such as
want of material, no work on hand,
and unfitness to attend to it.
Mr. O'Suli.ivan sworn: I am
one of tho bar tenders of the Anchor
Saloon. I think I have known Mr.
Jackson about seven years. During
the early part of tho year, ho would
bo in two or three times a week,
about live or six o'clock. lie used
to complain of a pain in the stomach.
I remember of Mrs. Jackson coming
to me home time ago. I heard some
person rapping outside. "Went out
and saw Mrs. ,Iaek&on there. 1 did
not recognize tho lady. She asked
mo if Mr. Jackson had been there
and got drunk last night. I answered
ho had not. Sho said my husband
is a slcklv man, and drink injures
his health, and if you see him under
the influence of liquor, I wish you
not to serve him. Sho did not tell
mo not to give him any liquor at all.
I told her I never haw her husband
drunk, but if you wish me not to
give him any liquor, I will show you
how wo arc tabooed, and 1 went in
and brought out a paper tho Mar
shal served on us. Sho baid she did
not want her husband's name
brought before tho public, and
did not want not to give him any
I MWUIV; UUl II U nOULM 1U1 "
when under tho influence of liquor
not to give him any. I promised to
comply. I did not sec Mr. Jackson
for some time after that. My next
conversation with Mrs. Jackson must
have been about three months after
that. I told Krousc next day about
Mrs. Jackson coming. The last time
she came in, she was very excited,
it was after ten o'clock. She said,
"My husband has been drinking
and" is drunk, and if you don't fix
this thing up before Monday morn
ing, I will bring you into court." It
was in the hall, and as there were many
persons about, 1 asked her to go in
to a room, and have a glass of wine,
which she declined. Mr. Jackon
was not there then. Some days
after I saw Mr. Jackson on the
street, and beckoned him in. lie
came, and 1 said to him, "Your wife
was in here last night, and talked to
mc pretty rough and 1 want you
never to come in here again, for I
shall give you nothing." J Ins was
in presence of Mr. Crooks. Jack
son used to come in several times to
talk about work, and as I was a
carpenter, he wanted me to get him
a job. During my time in the
saloon, ho would never stop over a
quarter of an hour, except when lie
was out of work, and then ho would
sit talking with me a good while. I
never saw him under the influence
of liquor. I remember of his being
in twice on Saturday nights. I did
not know of his treating otiiers
there. He never seemed to have
much money. He would sometimes
spend six bits in a week, and I have
often given him dunks out of com
passion. He always complained of
a stomachache. T swear positively,
we never had ten dollars of his
money altogether. 1 never sold him
a bottle of whiskey. He never
asked me to sell him a bottle.
Nothing new Mas elicited in the
Conclusion of the report in next
Tho Band will play at Emma
Square this evening at 7:30. The
following is the programme:
Mai eh Spiing
Ovei tin c Titus
Selection Gi. mil Mogul Audiaii
(iavotle Conti Vas'-cur
AValt. Alexandi.i Gung'l
Maourka In Mnj Falnbacli
j.. IVow Invoice ol"
Mil Mma Cigars !
Ever Imported mid for Sale in quantities
l. 'V. CSxibuiini Ss Co.
I'hvfiician and Surgeon,
Eepiosy, Svpliills and Skin Diseaso a
Specialty. Olllce, maiikn of the rcsi
duice of Hon. .l.inieb Kcau, King Street,
Kap llama, Honolulu.
K I). P.utlcs on the oilier Islands can
consult by letter. 153 ly
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Kine lion liunpii'
X O V K M: 53 13 It 5 It,
Foi low i.itrn of Freight, apply to
IBB 17t THKO. II. DAVIES & CO.
Ice Cream Parlors !
..T. Wi! Ilolol H1r'el.
Uelleioiih llavortd li.e Cieani made
fiom pure Haliy Uieam, Fruit lcea,
Sherbet. Ice fVi'.ini Drinks and mmy
other lelieshnicntscaii bo Joundalw.i)s
at litis really IiVit-oiiit- remit, unoice
Copfeoliouery and Cakes in great
Families, Parties, Balls nnd "Weddings
For tho convenience or the public we
pack ordeis for Ice Cream in Patent
Ucfrlgerator Oaus; which hold from 1 to
10 Quarts, warranted to keep its delight,
fill flavor and pirfeet form for many
31 lit mil Telephone : : HUH
Hell Trlciiliiiiir : : : ItiH
Bffir Thu Elite loo (ire mi Parlors are
open ilillv until 11 1 38 ly
A PORTUGUESE, knowing
1. ilillerent treatment of crnno vines,
11 burning, cultivating and cuiing tho
dlRoiders of (lie plant, oilers his services
to any rmo wno may want nun. no "
to tell some dilliirent kinds of vine.
Apply to M. A. OONSAI.VES & Co ,
151, W&S, lm Queen Street.
II1EG to Inform my friends and cus
tomcra that I hno removed my
place of business from No, 88 Hotel
Lincoln's Shop King Street,
where I will be on hand to attend
to all oulcrs foi
House and Ship Painting1,
at prices to suit tho ttme3.
C. 13. PATTERSON,
ICO lin Llncoln'9 Shop, King Street.
TIIK Adjourned Annual Meeting of
tho Slockholdeisof the Ilonolcaa
Sugar Co. w ill be held on THURSDAY,
the 211th Inst., at 10:E0 n.m , at tho office
of F. A. Sehacfcr it Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1S35. lo9 4t
ENGINE CO. No. 'I,
Atlcnt ion !
rpiIE Member of thu iibou Company
JL will hold a drill thl,s evening ai
7:!)0 o'clock. All members ain request
ed to be in attendance.
100 It FRANK HUSTACK Foreman.
WANTED immediately, a number of
carpenters for work in town, for
which the best wagos will be paid.
Also, several handy men to job on
rough work. Apply at once to
.?. E. "WISEMAN,
100 lw General Business A:;cnt.
THE CIRCUS !
THE CCRCUS !
CROWDED ! CROWDED !
Hundreds Unable to GainAdmittanco I
Trade mark, standing loom only at
7:351 Murder will out and General
Talent never fails to drawl
Come and See Our Change of
Programme, not One
Act Repeated !
Trices, 60 ceuts, 75 cents and $1.25.
ZS Tickets for Circle and Stalls at the
Elite Ice Cream Parlow every day.
1C) RODT. 1,0 VE, Agent.
JDj'ort and PrcHHcd,
TEM1LE OF FASHION.
Columbia River Salmon
IVItOJE BED TTTSIT Z
FOK SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
N. P. BTJEGESS,
81 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter and Hulldcr. Baggajcr and
Draying and steamer Freight carefully
Cairiage painting done by aflist-clnsB
workman at 78 King htrcet.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges accotding to
the amount and quality of work.
Office Telephone, 202. Residence, 1C2.
The undersigned having
taken charge ot llaggnge
rExprcss No. 34, for the
Burposo of carrying on tho Express nnd
ray business, hopes by paying strict
attention to business to receive a share
of public pationage.
E2T" Moving pianos and furniture a
specialty. B. BUBGEUSON.
Residence, corner Punchbowl and Be
rctania Streets. Mutual Telephone 320.
AVcst, Dow & Co., Tclephonu 1711.
Yosemite Stating lit
Will be open every afternoon and even,
ing as follows:
day and Hatnrduy KvenlnjjH.
To the public in general,
' KIIUDA.Y EVENINGH.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, peiitlomcu and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
tho Tuesday Mutincc.
COMING ! COMING ! COMING 1
November 8th, 1865,
l?roi: jV. X. rEMER,
Being the Champion Holler Skater of
England, France and Canada, ho offers
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
professional who will cipial him In
Trick and Fancy Boiler Bkiitlng.
Prof. Dcmerh' exhibitions consists of
over 200 moicmentsof the most dillb
cult, original, novel and astounding
feats over attempted, euch us bin won.
dcrful spin fiom nno to two minutes
making, from two to three hundred re.
volutions, and other tricks too miner,
ous to mention.
Z3T Remember Wonders never cease;
Ills wonderful acts must bo teen to be
'I'lIDK. V.. WATT, Mf.nnnni.
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