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.St. Paul, ft oin San FrnneUco, Feb. !.
Mailpo3a, from Colonic for San Fuin
elsco, Full. 11!.
Zcnlaudln, f i oni San FraueNco for Syd
ney. Feb. 2.
Aiwhalla, from S iliny for San Frnii
vUvo, Fob. ll.
Sehr Mnlolo from Laiipahoelmo
Hclir Kiilain.uiii from Koliolalclo
Bgtue V (1 Irwin for S.ui Fimh'Uco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr Ifulamaiiii for Kuhnlalelo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk Virginia, I'ctllgrow
Bk Lady I.ainpson.
' Ilk Lovsprlng, Thomson
Ilk EUlnore, Jcnks
Bk 0 It BlMiop, Walter
Bktno Jit Lclianon, Nelson
Bktno Discovery, Pen ltnan
Brig Allla Itowg, Phillips
Tho schooner Mnlolo brought
hairs of suir.ir from I.aumthochoL'.
'I'lio Elstnoie rccclvcil l,!HI bags of
jpgnr from the Mnlolo till- morning,
""f'lii' schooner ICnlamanii hiought
'.(l7ri bugs of itgar.
'I'lio n ( Irwin was towed to sea this
morning. She took '.,r. J i lings of
sugar, 781) bags of lice, 1L' bags of
cotfee, 100 bunches of banana1-, 14
empty beer kegs ami 10 .empty gasoline
tanks. Vnluu domestic produce, $"",
813.1)11. Steamer Iwalani fioin Ilamakua and
steamer C It BMiop from ICauai aie
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Haiint.ssks in galore, bj Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co. , 1 1 to-morrow.
Tin: bath-house near, the Marine
Railway is assuming form and shape
liness. KxitiUTS of Pythias, please notice
call of Mystic Lodge this evening,
in another column.
Tin: hearing of the J. W. Mc
Carthy extradition case lias been
postponed, by consent of parties,
until Monday next.
The trial of Mr7 T. U. "Walker,
on the charge of burglarizing the
Post Ofllce, comes up to-morrow at
10 o'clock, in the Supreme Court.
Ax item in yesterday's issue, re
ferring to Messrs. Lyons & Cohen's
sale, at -10 Nuiiunu sticet, was by
mistake inserted one day ahead of
time. The sale take place Friday.
Tiiintn will be a sheet and pillow
case party at the Yoscmitu rink to
morrow evening. On Saturday
night McWaync and Mullen will
skate a two-mile wheelbarrow race.
Music both nights.
Tin: steam-roller is apparently on
the sick list. It is standing in a
morbidly-appearing fashion near the
boat lauding, while draymen are
venting strong language on the
rugged road on tho Ewa side of
Brewer & Co.'s store.
Tin: Win. G. Irwin got off
promptly at 10 o'clock this morning,
and at noon passed around Diamond
Head, with a fair S.W. breeze and
all sail set. She has a fair chance
of making tho passage over in ten or
twelve days. She took considerable
of a mail oyer 2,100 letters and
Tin: new store of
Waterhousc on Queen
soon be in readiness,
sidewalk will be put in
Mr. J. T.
when the old house has
had a shed
built and has been repainted, so
that both buildings will look alike,
thoy will no doubt be an ornament
OriUM was discussed before a
goodly congregation- in Fort-Street
Church last evening Dr. Emerson
dealing with the physical, Mr.
Athcrton the commercial, and Mrs.
Payson tho moral effects of the
drug. In the ten minutes allotted
to each branch of tho subject, a
largo amount of information was
Tins morning's Press says that
two strangers wero bathing in Ka
pona Pool yesterday afternoon. Mr.
C. B. Wilson, Superintendent of tho
Water Works, denies tho statement,
saying that a luna and a force of
prisoners wero at work thcro yester
day afternoon calking tho joints of
pipes, and they saw no ono bathing
in the pool, but persons were bath
ing in the stream below.
Capt. John Rico, of the tug Elcu,
picked up a redwood log about 15
feet long by thrco feet thick off tho
harbor yesterday. Tho timber is
supposed to be from tho Sound and
it may bo of interest to mariners to
noto tho drift, as it might bo a
feasible scheme to lloat all timber
from Port, Townsond to this jiort in
stead of employing vessel Tho
expense would bo lossonod consider
ably. Mr.ssns. 1. w! 17.' Wnhlncaun, S.
II. KnlnmaUcc, J. II. K. Kaiwl, J.
II. Hnrcnaba (1), J. II. Ilarcnnba
(2), and Knooh Johnson wcro ex
amined, Jan. lClli, for admission to
tho bar in tho Inferior courts. The
Clerk of the Court was directed to
announce results to tho candidates
in those terms: "All the candidates
having had recourse to books, ex
cept Mr. Achi, tho Court declines
to admit them. Further examina
tion is required of Mr. AV. C. Achi."
Tin: mail agent of tho Mararoa
reported at tho l'ost Ofllco here
having passed the Alameda, when
two and n half days out from San
Francisco, the latter ship being only
three dnys and eight hours fiom
Honolulu. At this rate the Alameda
must have arrived at San Francisco
in about six days' passage from this
port. It will bo remembered that
she left Honolulu about 10 o'clock
Saturday evening, Jan. 1(5. Hot
mail probably arrived at San Fran
cisco in lime to be despatchted over
laud by the morning train on the
THE PRESS LIBEL CASE.
The Supieme Court opened yes
terday, after recess, at 1 o'clock,
Mr. Justice Picston presiding. The
libel suit was at once proceeded
with. Mr. Paul Neumann, Attorney
General, took the witness stand, and
gave substantially the same evidence
as in tiie Police Court, and pub
lished in this paper on the 22nd
inst. Following arc the particulars
elicited on the cioss-cxamination,
most of which, it will be seen, are
merely supplementary to those pub
lished last week :
Wallace gave me his note. I do
not know what became of it. I
think it was returned to him. My
impression is that Wallace got the
note back, I had no use for it.
From tho time Wallace came to mo '
until the 25th of April, I was re
presenting Cuitis Wallace. What I
said in Court the other day about
advising the Queen is correct. I
did not say at the Police Court that
if he would get Mr. Oakley's order,
1 would advise tho Queen to pay it.
I did say I might be able to get the
money for him. I do not believe
that 1 said I would advise the Queen
to accept the order. I cannot re
member whether it was Mrs. Swan
or myself that paid Waliaco the
money. I did not chnrge Wallace
anything for my service. Ho paid
me S!!0. I cannot tell wlu.t time
Mr. Walker ilrst spoke to me about
the affair. After I told Mr. Walker
that the 300 ought to be deducted,
he returned with the bill, with the
S300 credited. I kept no copy of
the account. The law expenses
certainly did not make all the de
ductions struck off tho bill. My
impression is that tho amount dis
allowed ranged somewhere between
$170 and 230. I am sure that the
amount did not exceed 8230. What
the items, besides the law expenses
were, I cannot state. I think the
rest of the amount was for extras.
Q. "What made you think the
extras were wrong?" A. , "I do
not see what that has to do with the
case, but if His Honor dirotts, I
will answer it." His Honor ruled
that tho question was a proper ono
to answer. The witness proceeded :
I thought the bill was of a kind
called a "plummer's bill," and that
the Queen had been overcharged
I think the bill, as I allowed it, must
have been about $1,800 or 81,000.
(A paper was presented witness,
which ho identified as one of the
bills presented to him, on which the
300 credit, paid to Curtis, did not
appear.) There was another ac
count subsequent to this one, I
cannot remember the first timo Mr.
Walker camo to my ofllco about
this matter. He did not allow what
I proposed to strike out. Ho said
he would have to sec Oakley. My
impression is that Walker came to
see me at least two times, probably
three or four times. I never saw
Mr. Oakley on his business after I
had told him I did not want to have
anything more to do with it. Mr.
Oakley came to me twice at least.
He came before Mr. Walker camo.
I struck out from the bill 812 (I
remember tho item now) for law ex
penses. The Queen had ordered
mo to look over tho bill, and let her
know how much was fair to pay on
it. Sho did not instruct me to pay
it. Only to let her know, and it
would be paid.
(The counsel for the prosecution
claimed that the defense do now
produce tho account referred to in
their examination, which was done.)
Mr. Walker brought me two ac
counts on ono of which was credited
tho S300 paid upon tho other. My
first objection was by not seeing the
8300 paid on Oakloy's order credited.
Tho account on which tho item of
880 was entered on tho Dr. instead
of on tho Cr. side, was returned.
Referring to tho bill now in evi
dence, witness said ho had objected
to the non-appearance of $300 which
had been paid. The 880 was for
material furnished Mr. Oakley in
stead of his furnishing it himself.
(Another bill was presented to wit
ness by Mr. Dolo, with tho question :
Has this bill tho 80 struck out?"
A. "Arc you ahoit-sightcd? Read
the bill for yourself." Another bill
in Mr. Oakloy's handwriting was
produced, and identified by witness.)
Q. "Where is the item you objected
to for extras?" A. "What I mean
by 'striking out' is that I objected
to the items." Q. "How did you
know what ought to be shuck out?"
A. "Iinadoinquitics. One mechanic
rcmaiked, that tho Queen had been
hogged on that bill." Q. "Arc you
sure that was a mechanic?" A.
"I cannot remember, I have never
had any experience in building."
When I went to sco Mr. Johnstone
on Sunday, I do not believe I asked
him to make a correction. I only
asked him for the namo of the
writer. Next day, Mr. Johnstono
told mo if 1 made a counter state
ment, he might insert it. When
Mills camo to me, I drafted his or
der against myself.
The order as taken from Her
Majesty's receipt book was then put
in evidence and was admitted by the
defense, when the prosecution rested
Mr. S. B. Dole for tho defendant,
then moved for a discharge of his
client on tho ground that the indict
ment charges upon defendant au
attack upon Mr. Paul Neumann as
an attorney at law, while the publi
cation complained of attacked Mr.
Neumann solely in his ofllcial capa
city as Attorney-General of tho
Kingdom. That nothing had been
advanced to show any relation be
tween Mr. Neumann and Oakley as
attorney and client. That if he had
no relation witii Oakley as an at
torney and as tho indictment did not
allege that he had been injured in
his professional character, then the
whole case falls to tho ground.
Mr. Hatch, for the prosecution,
argued that the specific charge of
libel was made against Mr. Neumann
acting in the capacity of Attorney
General for the Government, or
private attorney for the Queen, and
that it was not material to the issue
in which of the two it was.
The judgment of the court was
thcli delivered, as follows:
I have considered this indictment
very carefully, and have watched
the evidence with a view to ascertain
the application of it to the facts
charged. From the opening of tho
plaintiff's counsel until the present,
1 have been pressed with the idea
that the libel is not alleged to be
against the prosecutor in the prac
tice of his profession. Counsel for
tho prosecution admitted that the
matter would not bo libelous as
against a private individual. I feel
no doubt tliat the indictment is in
sufficient; it does not allege that the
publication is of and concerning the
prosecutor in his profession, or is in
tended to injure him in his profes
sion. The whole publication is set
out and is alleged to bo false, but
there is nothing in the indictment
pointing out tho defamatory part,
or any innuendo as to the meanings
understood by the prosecutor, and
it is admitted that some portion
(Mr. Neumann's letter) is true. As
1 understand the law, it is necessary
to allege that the publication relates
to the prosecutor in his profession,
and although I should hold that tho
publication is libelous if tho proper
averments were made, I feel that I
must order a verdict for the defend
ant on tho ground that tho Crown
has failed to prove the charge.
The jury, without leaving the
box, returned a verdict of xor
(iimry, upon which the defendant
Tiiuusiur, Jan. 27th.
Before Mr. Justice Preston, and a
foreign jury. M. P. Robinson vs.
L. G. Sresofich ct al, assumpsit.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff, PauJ
Neumann nnd W. A Whiting for
defendants, R. T. Bickerton for
garnishees. The verdict had not
been reached at the time of going
an AiJimnss nv thi: knights of laiior
OF SAN FIl.VNOI.SCO.
District Assembly, No. 53, Knights
of Labor, has issued an address on
the "Chinese Question" which after
reviewing the horriblo condition of
the heathen of South Asia, "mere
groveling worms intent only on
gratifying animal want," says: "Ami
yet, just such wretches as these,
under a species of chattel mortgage
which binds thoin body and soul,
arc imported to California in vast
droves, at fifteen dollars per head,
and let looso upon this community
to work our ruin. They swarm like
rats along every avenue, nnd crawl
through every loophole, in search of
employment. Step by step thoy are
taking possession of all our indus
tries. Thoy have driven the poor
widow from tho washtub, which was
her solo means of obtaining bread
for her helpless offspring. They
havo driven the tearful sowing-girl
from tho tailor's shop and tho cloth
ing shop. They havo taken tho
lapstono from the shoemaker, and
havo stricken tho spado and tho
shovel from tho hands of tho miner.
They havo turned out tho servant
girl and tho agricultural laborer to
wander hither and thither a3 house-
less ami homole ) tramps upon our
streets and highways. They have
cut off our boys and girls from nil
hope of employment, and have left
to the rising generation of California
no resource for tho future but
raney nnd crime.
"There is but one source of
relief. The foreign relations of the
republic are wholly under the control
of the Federal Government, and
Congress, as the legislative branch
of the Government, is vested with
full power to establish safeguards
against the Chinese plague. A voice
or voto from Mninc or Texas is as
potent on tho Hour of Congress in
the proper settlement of this vital
question as is a voice or voto from
California. We, therefore, most
earnestly cntruat you to address
yourselves at once to your local re
presentatives in Congress, and to
plead with them In our behalf. We
entreat you to convene immediately
in your various local assemblies, and
to prepare and forward petitions to
Congress praying for the utter and
entire prohibition of all further
Chinese immigration to the United
States." S. F. Gall.
A writer in Macmillun's Maia
2'esays: Tho fall of Plevna, tho
subsequent passage of the Balkans,
the complete and irretrievable col
lapse of the Turkish defense, and
the appearance of Skobelcff's divi
sion, reduced and f over-stricken as
it was, beforo Constantinople, wcro
but details in the hastening of the
crisis which brought into play the
combinations resulting in the con
gress of Berlin. In these combina
tions wo now know the predomina
ting force was exercised by the
Austro-German and English pleni
potentiaries. Constantinople lay with
in reach of the hand of Russia, but
that hand was powerless. English
men have been pleased to believe
that tho British fleet at Constantino
ple and Gallipoli was what deterred
tho Russians from entering tho capi
tal of the Sultan ; but tho belief was
a fond and Haltering delusion. I ho
invisible cord which withheld the
hand of Russia was drawn in Berlin
through Vienna. The ccitainty of
tho entry of an Austrian army into
Moldavia and Bessarabia was the
real obstaclo to the Russian advance,
winch the British fleet alone was
impotent to prevent. The Russian
army was ever compelled to look
behind it, always seeing the shadow
of tho concealed hand it had cause
to dread. Tho writer vividly calls
to mind an incident which occurred
at Constantinople while the Russian
troops were bivouacked in sight of
its minarets. He paid a visit one
evening, in tiie company of a friend,
to Skobelcff, who was confined to
his bed by an attack of fever. De
spite his malady, the general was
deep in the study of some military
work, but on tho names of his visi
tors being announced he sprang up
in his couch to receive them, and
almost tho first question lie put to
tho writer was : "What is Austria
The reckoning of percentages,
like the minus sign in algebra, is a
constant stumbling block to tho
novice. Kvcn experienced news
paper writers often become muddled
when thev attempt to sneak of it.
The ascending scale is easy enough.
Five added to 20 is a gain of 25
percent ; given any sum of figures,
the doubling of it is an addition of
100 percent. But the moment tho
change is a decreasing circulation
the iiiQxperienced mathematician
betrays himself, nnd oven the expert
is apt to stumble or go astray. An
advance from 20 to 25 is an increase
of 25 percent; but tho revcrso of
this, that-is a decline from 25 to 20,
is a decrease of only 20 percent.
There are many persons, otherwise
intelligent, who cannot see why the
reduction of from 100 to 50 is not a
decrease of 100 percent if an ad
vance from 50 to 100 is an increase
of 100 percent. The other day nn
article of merchandise which had
been purchased at 10 cents a pound
was resold at 30 cents a pound, a
profit of 200 percent; whereupon
a writer, in chronicling the sale, said
that at the beginning of the recent
depression, several invoices of the
samo class of goods which had cost
over 30 cents per pound had been
Anally sold at 10 cents per pound,
a loss of over 200 percent. Of
course there can not bo a decrease
or loss of mora than 100 percent,
because this wipes out the whole of
tho investment. An advance of
from 10 to 30 is a gain of 200 per
cent; but a decline from 30 to 10 is
a loss of only GGij percent. ir. Y.
Journal oj Commerce.
MORE WORK THAN IT DOES WELL
Mr. Cyrus W. Field is convinced
that tho time has come for Govern
ment ownership of tho telegraph.
Wo arc convinced that tho time will
never come for tho Government to
go into tho business of telegraphing,
railroading, or any other line, to tho
exclusion of individual enterprise.
Government docs most of its work
very badly now, and is, as a rulo,
faithless over tho fow thinga com
mitted to it.AUa California.
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vng- masamiimKt&fi'i svawwa ii ,vivi.w
BUI Ike i , r II
SAN FKANCISUO, January i:i, 1S0.
Messrs. W. B. Wilsliiro & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
200 California Street,
In i only to your inquiry
pioof i;iicst in tliosaio In the otiico of the Ulcrk ot tiie supreme uourt now bo
Mell known as THE MCCARTHY SAFE I will gay that I took charge of the
ofllcn on WediiCNday, the Uth Inst. For sonic days previous unsuccessful attempts
Juul been made by various experts to pink the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
efforts were made, with the mine result, by Mr. Knslgu and other noted experts,
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOOK COULD NOT
BE PICKED, and that the safe must bo opened by force.
On Friday 1 employed the expert of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Saturday morning work was begun, and this morning (Wednesday) FOUR"
DAY'S AFTER, the expert succeeded in drilling through the door and opening tho
I consider it was an oUiaoidlnaiily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, and can assure It bus inspired me
with the highest conlftlciicc in the s-ccuilty of your Hurglar.Proof Safc9, and that
YOUR LOOKS ARE I'lOK-l'UOOF AUAINST THE UEST EXPERTS.
After working for ome hours on the lock, one expert said be had found that
V was one letter' and another that O was one. On cx'amination, neither of these
letters appealed in the romhiii.uloii Yours truly,
J. I). SPENCER, Clerk of Supieme Caurt.
JST The above was a No, 8 MacNEALE & URUAN Fire and Uurglar Safe.
C. O. BERCER,
JJW lni General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. BOX 315.
Real I'M ale Agent,
Wildei'H Steamship Agent,
Urc.it Hiirlingtou ll'iilroad
Fnusii Mince Pies daily from and
after date at Mellcr & Ilalbo's Con
FitESH Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& Halbc's Confectionery.
Just received by the Alameda,
200 Bags New Zealand Oats. For
sale, in quantities to suit, by tho
Union Feed Company. 232 lw
Tub drivers ofthe UNITFD CAR
RIAGE CO. make no extra charge
for their carriages when called by
telephone. When you want a com
fortable carriage, ring up 2'JO.
A vr.nv comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in tho business cards on
the outside pages of the Bulletin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 231 tf.
Fhom the timo of its organization
up to January 1, 1885, tho Mutual
Life Insurance Company lias paid to
policy holders the sum of $21G,091,
200, which is $103,G21,G72 larger
than the amount pnid by any other
company, and is 21.5 per cent, of
the whole amount paid to policy
holders by the twenty-two compa
nies. Up to January 1, 1885, this
Company has invested for policy
holders tho sum of S 103,870, 179,
which is $13,81-1,253 larger than the
amount invested by any other com
pany, and is 23.3 percent of tho
total amount invested for policy
holders by the above-mentioned
companies. Hon. S. G. Wilder is
ngent of tho above company for the
THE Wood and Coal Business hereto
foie carried on by S. F. Graham &
Co. has this day been bold to S. M.
CARTER, who will continue the bus!.
nct.s at the old stand, No. 187 King St.
Mr. S. M. Carter is authorized to receive
money and receipt bills on aci-ouiit of
S. F. Graham & Co.
S. F. GRAHAM & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. !M, 1880. llm
S. M. CARTER,
Wood and Coal Ulcrchuut,
Nn. 82 King Street. Telephone
Number, In both Compnnles, 1b7.
Wood and Coal Orders are hereby
solicited, and will be delivered at any
locality within the city limits.
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Spill,
always on haml,aml sold in
2!U quantlllc,-, to suit. tf
''pilE largo and commodious Building
J- situated on Nuuanu Street, a few
doors above Hotel Street, and recently
occupied as a Drug Store by Messrs.
Holllster & Co. From Its location in a
central position on one of our most busy
thoroughfares, It is admirably adopted
to buMiiess purposes. For full parti
culars, applv to
83 ini No. 3 Kanhumauu St.
San Francisco, Cal.
coiicciiiliii: tbu onciilin: of the Burulur.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Ilnuso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Firo and Life Insurance Agent.
Annual Meeting Notice.
rpiIE Annual Meeting of tho East
X Maul Stock Co. will be held at the
ofllco of C. Brewer is Co. on MONDAY,
Febnmry 1, 188(5, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td P. C. JONES. Secretary.
Queen St., next Bulletin (Mice.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses boarded by the
- day, week, or month,
Clipped. EST Telephone 181.
rpHE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
JL heretofore ccupled by the Ger
man Club, consisting of Club House,
Bowling Alley nnd extensive groands
well 'aid out. Entrance from Punch
bowl and Emma Streets. Anply to
II. A. WIDEMANN,
207 tf or J. F. HACKFELD.
S A. 1
So. 4 AtluitiH lidne.
Hals dyed ami pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native straws sewed In nil tho latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of embroi-
Election of Officers.
rpiIE following ofllcers for the ensuing
X year were elected this 25th day I
January at the Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Haiku Sugar Com.
II. I. Baldwin President
S. M. Damon Vice-Frcsldeit
S. N. Castlk Treasurer
J. B. Atiiuuton Secretary
E. W. l'mmtsoN Auditor
J. B. ATIIEltTON, Sce'y.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, 1880. 34 lw
Election of Officers.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company
held on tho 21st January, the following
ollicers were elected to servo for the cur
Hon. CitAS.lt. Bishop President
Mn. Sam'l C. Allun Vice-President
Mn. P. C. Jones Treasurer.
Mu. Josiu'ii O. Cahteu Secretary
Mn. Tom May Auditor
Directors Hon. C. K. Bishop, Mr. 8.
O. Allen and Mr. P. O. Jones.
Sec'y Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1880. 32 lm
EOIt SALE CHEAP.
-f HANDSOME Browuell 2-scated
X. Canopy-top Carriage, leather upliol.
stored, with pole shafts, curtaius, lamps,
etc., complete. This carrloge is nearly
now, and, having had Iho best of care,
Is consequently In perfect order 1
stylish blde-bar plano-box Top Buggy,
also In perfect order; 1 Brewster end.
spring Open Buggy, 1 flno Set single,
strap haud-niade Harness with solid
rubber mountings suitable for a largo
Carriage; 2 light Sets single-strap bar
ness, rubber mounted; 1 English Saddle,
bridle and martingale: 1 largo sound
family or road Horse, kind in every par.
tlcular and safe for a lady to drive; 1
by Filly, 2 years old, sired by Cator; 1
lino young Cow (5 years old), part
Devon and part Jersey, to calve in
March; 2 heifers, 1 and 2 years old, from
above cow, by 10th Duko of Manchester.
Tho abovo property is all In tho host of
order and will bo sold cheap. Apply to
S3 tf 63 King Street,
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