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THE OAJXi BTOWIW BUMMAJWi HOSTOtyUSiV, H. E, TOftAX QQTOBIffl 80, MM.
condition of nnlmnls imported from
Is commenting upon a ease licnnl
in Supremo Court Chambers, to-day,
Judge Preston remarked Hint the
affairs and management of corpora
tions in the kingdom are being
carried on very loosely and without
any iccognizod system, hence the
necessity for looking up the author
ities touching upon the management
of corporations in other countries.
A couNTiiuiT.ir Hawaiian dollar
received at the Posl-oHlce the
oilier day, and, when its character
was asceitained, given back to the
person that passed it, who did not
know it was spurious. The coin is
a very exact imitation of the genuine,
and liable to deceive anybody but
an expert. Probably more of its
kind are in ciiculalioii.
A i'amy of eight or ten persons,
all mounted on horseback, started
from the Hotel Saturday evening for
a shark hunt at Pearl River. They
returned last evening and leported
killing 17 maneatcrs measuring from
10 to 17 feet long. Another version
is that six were hooked and landed,
but the seventh carried away all the
hooks and linos. They were a
merry party who left here Saturday
night armed to the teeth with pocket
comforters, but a sorry one that ic
turned last night.
Is Supreme Court Chambers this
morning two Japanese laborers were
presented by the Marshal, under a
writ of habeas corpus. Justice Mc
Cully, after hearing the parties,
ordered that they be discharged
from custody, on the ground that
the warrants of commitment issued
by the District Judge of liana,
Maui, under which the petitioners
arc held, were excessive and illegal.
The first offense, for refusing duty
under labor contracts, with which
these Japanese stood charged, is
punishable by imprisonment only
and not by both imprisonment and
line. In this instance the District
Judge had imposed both imprison
ment and fine.
At King Bros.' art store is dis
played a variety of specimens of art
needlework, wrought by Mis. Dr.
McAllister. There arc manlcl and
table covers in different material,
including plush; banners, dress
fronts, whisk holders and other
fancv articles. There are several
floral and fruit designs, that are ex
quisite in the brilliant and harmo
nious arrangement of colors, and
fidelity to nature. Rosebuds, pansics,
Scotch thistles, horse-chestnuts,
grapes, and so on, are executed in
delightsome art and taste. The ex
hibition is worth seeing, and should
be promotive of fresh interest in
this artistic and useful pastime.
Mrs. McAllister gives lessons in the
art at her rooms on Hotel, corner of
Fort street, and has at present
vacancies for a few pupils.
Tuesday, Oct. 20th.
A Portuguese woman on crutches
hobbled about town this morning
begging for money.
Tun "Ivy Holmes," as the new
Hilo steamer is called, will, the
Advertiser says, only do coasting
service round the Island of Hawaii.
Mk. Bergcr lias received a lot of
new band music from London, which
his boys will shortly dispense through
the balmy air to willing and waiting
Mr.. L. J. Scott has given up the
management of the Central Park
skating rink, and Mr. Hingley suc
ceeds to the charge of the establish
ment. Mit. A. J. Cartwright, Si, has
made a donation of a baker's dozen
of books to the Honolulu Library,
which is only one of numberless
benefactions of the same kind by
So tardy were the troops in coming
to the parndo ground last night, that
several spectators left when it began
to sprinkle rain. One of them was
heard to remark vcxatiously that the
drill would 'bo all over before the
Tin: prima donna at the Chinese
theatre on King street last night was
evidently out of voice. Her cres
cendos wcro only about a detni-&eini-brcve
wide, aud her notes in C
major could not be heard above the
eighth of a mile.
The counterfeit coin taken at the
Post-ollleo the other day was an
American and not a Hawaiian dollar.
Jt is very accurately stamped, but
of exceedingly base metal, the
coin has been definitely traced to
Chinatown, and likely enough was
A royal salute was fired from tho
shore battery this afternoon, as a
birthday 'welcome to. Princess Kaiu
lani, returning to town witli her
mother, Princess Likcliko, by tho
steamer W. G. Hall, from their visit
to Hawaii, where the little princess's
tenth birthday was celebrated on the
Lose, after civilian bedtime last
night tho balmy zephyrs rustling
through the sylvan shades of a sub
urban locality were punctuated with
such martial orders as "Shoulder
artnsl" "Present arms!"' etc. It
would seem that the place is fast
running to playing soldiers except
ing the foreign clement.
Ovisn two hundred men took part
in the battallion drill on King street
last evening. The companies weics
King's Guard, Prince's Own A and
C, King's Own A and B, Mamalahoa
Guards and Honolulu Rillcs. Only
nineteen members of the latter, in
cluding olllcers, turned out, but the
squad as It stood acquitted itself
creditably in its performances. The
battalion was put through various
evolutions and arms exercises, and
in the main gave a good account of
their drill instructors, although
there wcro a few ludicrous mistakes
and some faulty movements.
Three Chinamen are in duiancc
vile awaiting trial for forgery. The
documents are in tho hands of
Deputy Marshal Dayton and consist
of drafts made in favor of All
Fung, and bearing the forged signa
tures of F. A. Sehacfcr, F. N.
Schaofer, II. Hackfcld & Co., and
A. II. Grinbaum, for the respective
sums of S150, S12f, S250, and $l0.
Two of the suspects were arrested
yesterday up the Nuuanu valley,
being apparently en route to any
point where they might be out of
the way. This is an easier country
for rascals to get into than to get
street, from Merchant
King, is an advertisement of one
the filthiest towns in Christendom
"How's business?" said the re
porter. "Sec for yourself," replied
the merchant, pointing to a wilder
ness of dry goods, and no customer
within a mile of the shop.
When- the steamer W. G. Hall
arrived in the harbor yesterday after
noon, the ensign of Princess Kaiu
lani was hoisted on the main-mast.
The flag is red and white stripes with
a gold crown in the center.
This morning a minute of respect
to the memory of the late Col. John
Russell, a member of the Hawaiian
Bar, was entered on the records of
the Supreme Court, and, after tran
saction of regular business, the
Court adjourned out of honor to the
memory of the deceased.
Tin: White House, 118 Nuuanu
Avenue, which, under the manage
ment of Mrs. J. T. White, has been
long and favorably known, has just
been sold to Mr. Joseph Vierra.
Mr. and Mrs. Vierra wilt continue
the management of the House on
the plan and terms of their predeces
sors. Mr. and Mrs. White contem
plate a short season of travel, in
cluding a visit to their Eastern home
in New York, and expect to return
by. the middle of January.
Osi: hundred and fifty-three hogs
arrived by the W. II. Dimond this
this morning for Richard Gerke.
Notwithstanding the quick passage
and good weather, the importer of
the live pork by the Dimond this
trip seems to have been rather un
lucky, as 32 of the hogs died during
the passage. By tlic same vessel
Mr. L. C. Abies received a fine bay
horse. Two fly wheels, one bed
plate, two bed frames, two rollers
and shafts and two gear wheels for
Koloa plantation, Kauai, also came
by the W. II. Dimond.
Thursday, Oct. 22nd.
Mr.. C. B. Patterson has a set o'f
very fine center pieces in plaster of
Paris, which he is beautifying with
finishing touches under his skilfully
wielded painter's brush.
Bin. C. J. Fishcl is making im
provements in his fine new establish
ment. The stairway and partition
have been moved back, thus enlarg
ing the store by about one half.
It is reported that a Chinaman on
King street, near Liliha, possessed
a sick pig which disturbed the
neighborhood. Yesterday lie killed
that pig, and may be it is in the
A new- boiler is being put into the
People's Iceworks, so that there will
be a standby in case of accident.
It is in contemplation shortly to use
petroleum for fuel instead of coal,
which will do awaj' with tlie smoke
nuisance and, in all probability, also
Tin: old mission building in which
the now ubiquitous typo first wield
ed the printer's "stick" on these
islands, and which stood on the
premises occupied by the Kawaia
liao Female Seminary, lias been
taken down. A wing is to bo added
to tho building in which the semi
nary's operations are carried on, as
soon as the necessary funds are
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Honolulu,
aud John D, Sprockets & Bros.,
San Francisco, nnnounco themselves
as the agents for the new Australian
line. They intimate that connections
will be mado at Honolulu, passen
gers being given the privilege of
staying over here, and that the first
steamer of the new lino will leave
Honolulu for San Francisco on or
about Saturday, November 21st,
aud that for the Colonics on or about
Saturday, November 28th. Tho
fortnightly service is to bo main
tained to the Coast, and the Austra
lia and Zealandia will remain on tho
The Kawalahao now church tower
is rising apace. A Bulletin re
porter this morning, in passing that
way, thought to embrace the oppor
tune of having a lofty Interview
with the workmen on top. Going
up a scries of stairways, he reached
n landing about twenty feet below
tho men wieldlnir the trowel. The
' only visible means of making the
remainder of the ascent was by the
rope used in raising the building
material from the ground ; when he
came to the judicious conclusion
that an amateur exploit in mid-air
gymnastics would be a superfluous
piece of newspaper enterprise, es
pecially while Woodycar's Circus is
Friday, Oct. 23rd.
No change in sugar since last re
port is the latest.
Rice is weaker, whereby the
hordes" ought to bo stronger.
His Majesty has named Col. Cur
tis Inukea's residence Nanilauhiwa,
meaning the "heavenlylcaf."
Tin: Bui.leiin olllce was favored
to-day with a call from Mr. J. T.
Berk, traveling correspondent of the
Fort Gratiot, Mich., Hun.
Mrs. Andrew Jackson was given
$350 damages against J. II. Love
joy, by a Supreme Court jury to
day, for selling liquor to her hus
band after being warned to desist,
according to law.
A QUAXTiTr of rock has fallen on
the wharf of the American Sugar
Refinery, San Francisco, coming
down upon it like "a thousand of
brick" or a JP. C. A. editorial.
Steamer Jas. Makce arrived at 4
o'clock this morning. The purser
reports beautiful weather at Kapaa
and in the channel. The occasional
showers at the above place make the
sugar cane look very green.
Mn. Geo. Markham, accompanied
hy two sports, went to Puuloa, Pearl
River, on Wednesday last, to shoot
plover. The party returned with
80 birds, and report the game plenti
ful in that locality.
The dishing of carriage wheels
can be avoided by making the streets
smoother or tho wheels stronger. If
tho latter remedy be chosen, no
doubt the Ironworks can furnish
solid iron wheels with steel tires.
Mk. C. K. Miller, of Wiseman's
Business Agency, received the sad
news by yesterday's mail, that Ins
sister, Mrs. J. P. Nichols, died in
Oakland, California, very suddenly,
of dropsy of the heart, on thc.third
As aged native woman got adrift
hi a surf boat this morning and was
fast going toward sea. A native
sailor jumped off the schooner Ka
wailani, and after a short but vigor
ous swim he succeeded in catching
the boat and towing it to a safe
The boat that came for the Myr
tles yesterday was entirely covered
with canvas, and opium being sus
pected two officers kept watch at the
boat house last night. It is further
gleaned that the Marshal received a
letter yesterday stating that 500
tins of opium were on board the
Mn. Hugh Gunn was married last
evening to Miss Mary C. Wilder,
b' Rev. J. A. Cruzan, at Eskbank,
residence of Hon. S. G. Wilder,
uncle of the bride. The groom is
head salesman at Messrs. B. F.
Ehlcrs & Co.'s, the bride a daugh
ter of Mr. J. K. Wilder. Decora
tions were in lino taste, the music
good, refreshments elegant and pre
sents many and rich.
A sew six-oared boat, built by
Rogers, came from San Francisco
for tho Myrtle Boat Club yesterday.
It is a fine model, of eastern pine,
10 feet long, II inches deep and 3
feet 8 incites beam, aud has sliding
seats and latest improvements. Tho
new racer was tried last evening and
did not work entirely satisfactorily.
The vessel seems to be too frail and
it docs not sit well at the bow. His
Majest3r received a whale boat by
the same vessel yesterda3r, and ho
has ordered Messrs. Roland & John
son to make some alterations to it.
The boat may bo perfect as a whale
boat, but there is too much timber
for racing purposes. She will bo
cut down a few inches and the seats
Satiiiiday, Oct. 24th.
Tin: Rev. Dr. J. and Mrs. Taylor
have gono to tho Volcano.
The Daily Press is ho generous
with its Hastiness that it is in danger
of dissolution from anemia.
Mu. J. II. Putnam hns been offi
cially recognized b3 the . Hawaiian
Government, as Consul-Gcneral of
tho United States. '
A uoyai. salute from the shore
battery at half-past six o'clock this
morning welcomed Princess Liliuo
kalani homo by the steamer Kinau.
A Portuguese fishing off the
rocks at Paauhau, on Sunday last,
was washed overboard and drowned.
His bod3 was recovered on the fol
Rev. A, Clark, Government school
teacher at Waialua, is ill and has
been granted leave, of absence by
tho Board of Education. Mr. A.
Smith, of Iolani College, has "been
sent to take temporary charge of the
A large force was out last night
fishing for opium in tho bay. The
boat commanded by Dcput3r Mar
shal Dayton hooked up a package
containing one hundred tins of
the prohibited drug. It was got
near the lighthouse.
The hogs that came by the W. II.
Dimond the other day and were
quarantined with hog-cholera, hare
been taken charge of by the Board
of Health. No deaths among them
havo occurred toda3', and the dis
ease is disappearing.
YnsTEiinAY the guns wcro moved
to tho now completed new shore
batteiy between the Immigration
Depot and the Branch Hospital, Ka
kaako. The batte' wall extends a
hundred and fifty feet into the sea,
has a frontage of a hundred feet,
and is four feet two inches deep. In
the center of the battery there stands
a tall flagstaff.
A luau was given last evening by
Mr. David Manaku, at his residence,
King Street, in honor of the third
anniversary of his son. There wero
about twent3' invited, among whom
were His JUajcsty anil i;olonci lau
kca. The dining room was beauti
fully and tastefully decorated with
ferns, llowers, etc., while the table
was supplied with cveiy dclicac3'
and luxury both foreign and native
imaginable, to which all did jus
tice. Tho evening was pleasantry
passed by songs and social chat.
The party broke up about 11 o'clock,
wishing mai-j liapp3' returns of the
Moxday, Oct. 2Gth.
Os Saturda3' the Punahou College
nine defeated tho Royal School nine
at baseball by 20 to 11.
Messks. Henry Davis & Co. have
removed their business to the store
lately occupied b3 S. J. Lcvc3 & Co.
Some efforts were made several
da3's ago to form a Printers' Union,
but the scheme fell through at the
Theke was a good attendance at
the sale of Mrs. Oliphanl's furni
ture this morning. Evcr3'thing was
disposed of, and good prices ob
tained. Mr. E. W. Tucker has resigned
his position as chief engineer of
Wilder S. S. Co. to act as assistant
foreman of the Honolulu Iron
A mail of 2,042 letters, weighing
51 pounds, and 614 packages news
papers, weighing 117 pounds, was
despatched by the Post Office per
Mk. C. B. Patterson has obtained
the contract for painting the new
Kaumakapili Church spire. The
friends of the church may be as
sured of a well-painted steeple.
Messks. E. P. Adams & Co. were
going to sell G,i)48 shares of Paukaa
stock at public auction to-day at
noon, but were stopped 1)3 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.
At the last meeting of the Hono
lulu Rowing and Yachting Associa
tion the following officers were
elected: Permanent President, His
Majest3r the King ; Vice-Presidents,
Fred Wundcnbcrg and Charles B.
Wilson ; Secretary, Walter M. Gif
fard ; Treasurer, James G. Spencer.
The Association meets again Wed
Mk. S. Damon is about to start a
cattle ranch near Coco Head. On
Friday he received 21 head of cattle
from Kaalualu, 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
lauded here and taken overland.
Mr. Damon expects to have about
400 head of cattle on the ranch bj'
Mk. Beiiqek, bandmaster, has
presented us with a copy of Hawaii
Ponoi arranged for the pianoforte
by the eminent composer, Ferdi
nand Dover. It is No. (!5 of a series
of national hymns of all nations,
published in Mayenee, London,
Paris, Brussels and Leipzig. Mr.
Bergcr played it on a piano in a
down-town store, for tho delectation
of our reporter, and it sounded de
lightful. Tho author is highly
pleased with tho arrangement of
his composition. Messrs. J. M.
Oat & Co. havo tho music for sale.
Tho title page is decorated witli
crossed Hawaiian flags, prettily
The Advertiser announces that
Portugueso immigration is to be re
sumed on a considerable scale, in
response to a demand from tho plan
tations. Messrs. lloffnung, of Lon
don, havo chartered tho British iron
ship Stirlingshire to cany the immi
grants from Madeira. It is htatcd
as probable that tho same vessel will
bring several families of Scotch
crofters. Long ago the Bulletin,
in discussing tho land troubles of the
British Islands, suggested that some
of the crofters could be given homes
in this kingdom, witli mutual benefit
to themselves and to this country.
The steamer Iwalani returned
Saturday morning from Hamakua
after an absence of 10 days. The
captain reports tho weather at Ha
makua the roughest lie has uvcr
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 Thursda3
afternoon, being unablo to make a
landing, but on the fourth da3' all
the freight was put ashore. The
Paauhau wire cable was carried
awa3 and the freight car and two
tons of sugar were lost. Several
planks of Kukuihaolo landing have
been raised by the swell. The
weather in tho channel is good ex
cept near Molokai. While the
steamer was taking in sugar at Ho
nokaa the freight car loaded with
sugar got aw ay from the workmen
and, after a short, run, threw 15
bags of sugar over the bluff into the
Tuesday, Oct. 27th.
The Kailua pond, Koolau, is said
to be alive with ducks.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh and wife
have visited the former's ancestral
home in " bonnic Scotland."
Tin: fat boy was happ3' last
night. lie obtained admittance to
the circus and occupied two seats
for fifty cents.
The Band concerts draw well, in
spite of other attractions. There
arc still people in Honolulu who
appreciate good music, even if the3r
do not have to pa3' for it.
Members of Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club say that the senior crew
is not working harmoniously. Irreg
ular attendance at practice and lack
of interest are the elements of dis
cord. OmcTit Tell with a squad of
police made a descent on a AVaikiki
crib for opium, which thc3 found,
and pipes ; but the dogs on guard
had given warning, so that the users
of the articles got out of the wa3.
Tin: Waimea River, Kauai, was
blocked again last week and the
people find it vevy hard to keep the
outlet clear. The people of Wai
mea are circulating a petition to the
Minister of Interior to rebuild the
bridge. Persons fording the stream
on horseback get wet up to the neck.
Wldnesday, Oct. 28th.
Mu. Thomas Krousc now runs the
Ei.eves sailors, a working majority
of whom are Portuguese b3 the
chairman's casting vote, have ab
squatulated from the whaling bark
Cape Horn Pigeon.
Mn. J. D. Arnold, formerly well
known on these Islands, has a con
tract from the Queensland Govern
ment to sink a 2,500 feet well, with
ten months to perform the work.
Hon. S. G. Wilder leaves by the
Alameda on Saturda3r for San Fran
cisco, lie will visit Washington
and Philadelphia on business con
cerning railroad material. He ex
pects to be back by Januar3' 1st,
Mn. James Campbell's herds of
splendid cattle are to be increased
13; the addition of 200 head recently
purchased, through Mr. S. Damon.
The animals are to be landed on
Nanakuli Beach, on the famous
Mit. Alex. Arthur ("Sandy"), the
horse-trainer in Dowsett's 3rnrd,
Queen Street, has succeeded within
the past few daj's in reducing an
litter- intractable horse belonging
to Mr. C. K. Miller to a state of
perfect docility in harness.
Six schooners and one steamer,
nil witli full sail set, wero depicted
against the rich chromatic horizon,
west and south, nil at ono time, last
evening. Witli the variously tinted
waters in the foreground, and soft
colored masses of vapor screoning
tho headlands, the whole sceno
formed a marine prospect of rare
Last evening the senior six-oared
crew of tho Myrtle Club rowed from
the vicinity of the lighthouse round
the spar buoy and returned, in the
old boat, doing the course in close
upon seventi'i'ii minutes. They left
tho juniors far in the rear with tho
m'w boat. The club will havo a.
now four-oared boat fioin San Fran
cisco by the ensuing trip of tho
Tin: Honolulu Rifles' attendance
at drill last evening was small. The
captain, in an address to tho coin
paii3', said it was ver3' discouraging
to him to drill but a handful of
men, when the company could turn
out in good force. Ho asked the
bo3' to attend drill regularly to re
cruit tho compaii3', and if necessary
ho would drill them every night.
Ho wanted the Rifles to compete for
tho flag in tho competitive drill to
take place shortly, declaring that
they could win the trophy if they
would try. Mr. W. F. Williams
was appointed quarter-master of the
TnunsDAr, Oot. 29th.
The new six-oared boat of tho
Myrtle Club has been named tho
"Alice M.," after a lady who has
just become an honorary member.
The superintendent of tho Water
Works says that, since tho publica
tion of scarcity of water at Makiki,
rain in Hint vicinity has been
The steamer W. G. Hall brings
news of fine weather in the channel
and about Hawaii and Maui. Mrs.
Jas. I. Dowsett, Jr., returned to"
Honolulu 1)3' this steamer.
Creditors of C. Williams, bank
rupt, get twelve and seven-eighth
cents in the dollar. An application
for his discharge will be heard in
the Supreme Court on Tuesday,
What the doctor s.i3's. To lire
vent nervous headache resulting
from sitting up all night writing to
friends abroad. Dose, the Daily
Bulletin fortnightly sumniaty, one
cop3' to each correspondent.
A numuek of Portuguese came by
the steamer W. G. Hall this after
noon. Tlie3 had worked out their
contracts on the plantations, and
some had gone to tho other islands
in search of work without success.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. sold
a largo and varied lot of good3 at
their regular cash sale to-day. A
consignment of harness brought
moderate prices, and the bidding in
general was no slacker than the
The Sisters of St. Andrew's
Prior3", witli their pupils numbering
over a hundred, were shown over
the Palace and grounds yesterday
afternoon, by the kind permission
of His Majesty Mr. Isaac Kaiama,
Adjutant of the Household, acting
Mu. Morgan introduced a poll
parrot to his audience in Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co.'s salesroom this
morning, with the testimony that it
was highly educated and free from
all the vices of civilization. The
auctioneer, however, could not
vouch for the accomplished and ex
emplar3' bird's politics, which was
a fatal mistake in view of the ap
proaching elections, and no satis
factor3r bid was given.
At the adjourned meeting of the
Honolulu Boating Association last
evening it was voted to have but ono
turning point in the races of the
lGth. Tho motion was carried by
six voles to five, and as dissatisfac
tion was evident the motion may be
reconsidered at the next meeting.
There was considerable discussion
about rules and the racing courses.
The meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock
until next Monday night.
Ai'I'eakances indicate that tho
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club will
fail to bring a six-oared crew to tho
front on November lGth. Ono of
the members sa3'8 there arc six men
now in practice, who, if they joined
hands, would give a good account
of tho Club even if they did not win.
Some impatience for the appearing
of the programme is being mani
fested in boating circles. Only
three weeks remain till tho regatta,
which is little enough time for the
particulars to be known.
The first regular meeting of the
Bethel Social Union, under tho
amended constitution, was held last
evening, Mr. Henderson, President,
in the chair. At a previous meet
ing held on tho 20th inst., it was
resolved to amend the clause of tho
constitution relating to membership,
by constituting all members of the
congregation members of the Social
Union. The revised constitution
and by-laws will bo printed and dis-'
tributcd among the members. It
was resolved to hold the next social
at 7.30 o'clock v. m., Tuesday,
November 17th, in the Sunday
Ihs Excellency George W. Mer
rill, U. S. Minister Resident, has
investigated the case of Minnie
Dcluncy, detained in the Station
House, and satisfied himself that
the Deputy Marshal was only per
forming liis duty. Tho girl will bo
sent to her homo in Nevada 1)3' Sat
urday's steamer. Tho accusation
against her is peU.3 larci'113', but it
is supposed she purposely made
herself liable to the charge in order
to escape from the cinplo3'ineiit of
the man Ludzowickc, who was fined
S200 the other day for soiling liquor
without a license. This base fellow,
who has a sort of variet3' shop on
Queen street, engaged the girl, she
says, for house service, but dis
covered that her employer was ac
tuated b3' vile motives.
A scientist claims tlmt the Red
Sea is tho hottest spot on the globe.
Ho probably never attended a wo
man's rights convention. Newman
"A lie grows us it travels." A
fisherman's He Is an exception. It
is the fish that grows and the ho is
cut, basted ami sewed to suit the
size of tho fish. Boston Courier
Her graces she no more displays
Among the waves at play:
Now In an envelope) she lays
Iter bathing suit away.