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Eft' BY AUTHORITY.
Tho Court will go Into full mourning
for Her laic Boyal Highness 1'rlnccs
Llkellke from thU date uulll the dny
after the Funeral j and will wear half
mourning from tint llmu unil tho ex.
plratlonof two weeks from tho day of
CUIITIS T. IAUKKA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iohml Palace, Feb 3, 1887.
B IS iOl' & Co., BAN K Elici
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
I3iulc ot OnUl'orittu, S. IP.
And their agonls In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschlld & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Uank of Itrltlsh Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Ucucral Hanking Muslims-.
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Can he hud from
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It gaUjj UWthu
Pledge! to neither Bocl nor .Party.
Bnt estAbliabed for the benefit of all,
FRIDAY. MAR. 1. 1887.
THE HANDLING OF BRICKS.
Some things in this country arc
quite up with the times, and others
are a long way behind. Some of
our methods arc those of advanced
civilization, and others belong to the
ancient days. In Bonie things prob
ably greater countries might imitate
us for their good, and in others we
might follow them for our own
advantage. On the present occa
sion, one particular matter is men
tioned, in which, by imitating the ex
ample of almost every civilized coun
try under the sun, we should be in
the line of improvement. It is in
the matter of handling bricks.
Until of late we have known but
little" nracticallv of this class of
building material. Wood has been
our favorite article. Perhaps be
cause of its intimate relationship to
the upper regions of our great men.
Our buildings were generally con
structed of wood, and imported
wood, at that. Considciing tho
superabundance of it in tho govern
ment, this may have been entirely
unnecessary. But it was imported
all the same, and those engaged in
the trade have apparently found it a
profitable one. When an occasional
jhange from the orthodox material
was made by a builder, lie usually
resorted to coral, and some buildings
were constructed of coral. Of late
years, and particularly since our
great lire of nearly a year ago,
bricks have come into vogue. Wood
is not altogether dispensed with,
'either as building material or for the
composition of legislatures or cabinet
ministers ; but most of our prominent
business structures that have been
erected of late, are constructed of
brick. This is partly due to a "fire
limits" law, prohibiting the use of
inilammable matorial within a cer
tain prescribed area, and partly to
tho lcvel-headcdncs8 of those for
whom tho buildings have been erect
ed; because buck buildings have
gone up where wood was allowable
by Jaw. Well, biicks have becomo
quite familiar to the eyes of all who
walk aiound the streets, and to the
hands of many. This is our brick
age. If. the government had kept
up with private enterprise, it could
have been said of the public men of
tho realm, "they are bricks," which
in miners' parlance is about the
highest compliment one man can
(But, the point wo wish to come at
is this, that the men who havo the
handling of house-bucks in this
country do not know how to do it
or, if they know, their actions are
not according to their knowledge.
In other countries bricks aro hand
led carefully, passed along from one
man to another, and stacked in solid
heaps. Seldom is a brick broken or
damaged. Iloro they aro dashed
.out of a ship on the wharf, and
badly damaged as they aro landed.
Theii they aro thrown into drays
just as roughly, convej'ed to the site
where intended to bo used, pitched
out of tho drays higgledy-piggledy,
mid left scrittci cd all over the streets,
to the injmy of the bricks mid the
detriment of tralllc. The percentage
of brokeu, damaged, mid mined
bricks is something enormous. Now,
why not handle bricks as they should
be handled, save the shameful waste,
and avoid the inconvenience to the
public' It is just as easy to do
tilings the right as the wrong way,
and a great deal better.
RENTS ARE COMING DOWN.
Rents arc coining down, and we
are glad of it. Not glad that the
times aro so dull, that people cannot
now afford to pay the high rents
which they paid without n murmur,
when times were Hush and business
lively. But glad that landloids at
least, some of them have sulllcient
consideration to adapt their de
mands to the times. There is
scarcely a house or a piopeity of
any kind recently let in the subuibs
of the city, that has not been let at
a lower price than formerly. The
reductions ate coming every day
nearer and nearer to the heart of
the town; but, so far as we know,
have not yet affected the business
center. Tso doubt, it is merely a
question of time, and a slant time,
too, when reductions will have been
made all along the line. Business
is too dull, and too little of it being
done, to enable business people to
pay present rates much longer. Of
course, property owners will get as
high rents as possible, and will hold
on to prcsent'ratcs as long as possi
ble. This is perfectly natural. It
is also natural for tenants to vacate,
when they find that the rate is too
high for them to pay, and this is tho
alternative to exorbitant demands.
A BAD METHOD.
The law under which our taxes
arc assessed and collected is no
framed as to work a hardship to tho
tax-payer. The amount assessable
and collectable is not now complain
ed of as excessive. Our taxes are
comparatively light, and provided
they are expended for the public
good, thcro can be no reasonable
giound of complaint. But there arc
points in the method of levying and
collecting which are certainly objec
tionable in the highest degree, and
The assessor values your pro
perty, real and personal, and makes
au entry in his books accordingly.
You aio kept in perfect ignoiancc as
to the amount of the assessment.
Your own estimate of value may be
accepted, or it may bo doubled for
auything you know to the contrary.
When the assessments arc all made
and the books in order, they are left
open to inspection for a short time,
of which biief notice is given to the
public, and an opportunity allowed
for appeals from the assessor's valu
ation. This all looks very well, or that
portion of it respecting inspection
and appeal. But practically it is
very unsatisfactory. As a matter
of fact, tho opportunity of inspec
tion is more circumscribed than ap
pears; fpr a man may go sometimes
within the specified period and
during the prescribed hours, without
seeing the books, as the writer can
testify from experience. Then the
tax-payers ore nptified by poster or
otherwise, that their taxes aic pay
able at a certain placo within a cor.
tain period, and that after the ex
piration of a specified time something
additional will bo put on.
This is our mpthod of assessing
and collecting taxes. The tax
payers receive no bill, and no
notification of the amount of their
taxes, or of thoir being taxed at all.
If they arc strangers in the country
and not familiar witli the custom,
they may render themselves liablo
to ho pounced upon by an olllcer of
the law, and compelled to pay their
taxes, with the additional percent
age, and they know not what for.
A stranger may, for instance, havo a
bank deposit, which is taxed, justly
enough. But tho depositor, know
ing nothing of it, docs not go to the
tax oilice to make payment. He is
ultimately called upon by a police
man, and required to pay tho amount
originally assessed, with tho addi
tional percentage. This is not a
far-fetched, imaginary contingency.
It is a. stern fact, and several cases
of recent occurren,co might bo
The serious defect of tills arrange
ment, of which tax-payers reason
ably and juatly complain, is, that
they are not furnished with a bill or
statement of tho amount of their
taxes. It ought to bo the duty of
tho assessor or collector to furnish
euch statement. It is done in other
countries. Why should it not bo
done here? No business man ex
pects payment until his debtors get
their accounts. Why should the
Government expect more?
THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE.
The miangcments for the great
Jubilee Ocean Yacht Race for
1,000 havo been considerably ad
vanced. At a meeting of tho Jubi
lee Ocean Race Committee at the
Royal Thames Yacht Club it was ar
ranged that the com so for the race
should be lound the coast of the
United Kingdom, leaving tho main
land of Great Biitain and Ireland
on the port hand, starting from the
Blver Thames and finishing at l)o
er. This couise will give yachts
of every build a good chance of
showing their speed, and, it is be
lieved, will meet with gencial ap
proval. Intimation has been re
ceived from America, that some of
the fastest yachts there intend com
peting, provided the course is ap
proved, and the contest thus pro
mises to be of a far more interesting
character than anv yacht race of re
cent years. The date of thu race is
to be the earliest convenient day in
June. Home News.
ENGLAND'S POSITION IN THE WORLD.
England's position in the woild is
analysed veiy minutely in a work
which lias recently appeared from
the pen of an olllcer in the Prussian
ainiy. The author, after giving a
categorical division of the points on
which moi c or less decisive attacks
on England's power might be under
taken, shows that the defence of the
Colonies lies in her licet, heraimy,
and her fortified places. In a wider
sense, too, on railways and tclc
giaphs. On the other hand, a por
tion of the Colonics, as well as some
of our stations abroad, are exposed
to attacks from both llccts and
armies of Powers hostile to Eng
land. The author then enumerates
the whole of the gigantic Britisli
possessions, as well as the routes
and stations necessaiy for their safe
keeping, and comes to the conclu
sion that it is only by au extraor
dinary tension of her lesourccs that
England can repair the neglect of
which she has been guilty with re
ference to her fleet, army, fortifica
tions, and means of transpoit. Her
great Colonics may at present bo
considered safe from attacks b3'
land, but even theio a considerable
want of necessary precautionary
measures is to be found. The
Canadian Pacific Railway is desti
tute of fortified posts, and the im
portant station of Vancouver Island,
which rcpiesents tho starting point
to Austialia and China, is in a very
littlo belter condition. The author
makes some forcible rcmaiks on the
laige gaps which exist in England's
system of telegraphic communica
tion throughout the world, and
closes hjs clever work by a hope
that the day may bo far distant
when the attack on England's sup
remacy may be pushed homo, In
any case, there is urgent need for
Great Britain to aim herself more
effectually than she has done
lutheito. Home .Sews.
Petroleum has been discovered in
Linlithgow shiic, Scotland, in work
able quantities, in its natural state
the fii st "find" of the soit in
Tho subject of the fall in value
of the Russian rouble and the fall
ing off in Russian (radii js attract
ing serious attention in the St.
Carriages at nil limns, day anil night.
Raddle Horn's, lluggiis, Wagonettes and
Village Gaiis ;yin stylish and gentle
horses to lei.
A few Hni-i'.i, guaranteed. Second
hiind UaoU, Open and Top Buggies
Caits and Hurnix,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or apply to
HULKS &. IIAYIiKY.
Haw. MJidplflU Co.
Reduction of Rates!
COMMENCING OX THE FIItST OF
April mxi, thu icntal,of all matin,
incnts In uo In the District of Ivonn, Is
lund of Onliu, tvlll bu iciliucd lo fi00
Peranum desiring lo make onntiucts
for one year at tills rate will ho fur
nlbhed wilh foimsou application at tho
olltco of ihu Ccniimny.
A dltc-ntini of 10 pur cent v HI ho 1.
lowed In jk'uh'Cilhu'ii pa) big a year's
licit in ,idyimic.
1'n.liliiU Jluw, 111 'J'el. Co.
Honolulu, Fuhiuary 81, 1887 lH lm
TIliS iimlnisljsiicd having been np
poiuuij Artlgiueof Ihu
ltHtnte of A. JtitnioH,
of Walluku, a Imukiupt, untlco is Iipim
by given lit it all persons Indobted to
thu h t III (Mluti', pay tho muiio to tho
AV. O. l'AHKK,
Honolulu, March 8, 1887. 73 Ot
jyj '-' m TitTtammmimijmi
Valuable Real Property!
Ily ordir of thu Bucutors or thu Will
of ito. 1). BALDWIN, deceased, wo
will bell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, tit our Salesroom,
Queen Street, the following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 Ono lot on tho West sldu of Puna
hou street, between the residence of
Hon. C. II. Jitdd nntl Hon. V. D. Alex.
antler. Having a frontage of about 09
foot on Mild meet and a depth of about
An opportunity iowirflj oH'eicd Is
hcieallnriltd toptouiiiea iuot disliuhlo
'J Tlial plucu uf proicriy in bahiib.ii,
Muul, known as ihu "Baldwin Homo
teail," situate near Ihu Court House mid
1 Hilling; rout lining about 1 note, .1
roods and 6 poles.
;). The Ahuptina of Knuauli, ncir
Liihulu I, IncluJlrg sevcinl lo's tin rein,
Hold to mid D. Bnliluin at various times.
This Is a line land and furnishes nnolher
of thu chancis J early glowing inter of
iniiehasing ixicmlnn tract.
4. Thu well-known and desirable
property railed Mount llctreat, luck of
l.ah'iinaluii'i, (outlining nearly 200
acres of pistuto land, Itgcihci with tint
hott lot and forist land. Unu of fie
ralttbrlous and delightful pliics-" hi tho
Isiiinils where at tittle ct or littlgtic
fiitnillcscaii olilnin a liCilthful ami '
freshing summer elintnle.
fi. ID in km of lino laud in Katnaolo,
Kulii, Maul, covirod by liojal Patent
G 11) acre of nlual)le land at ICatnn.
ole, Kula, Maul, near to lot 5, coviruil by
Royal Patent til.
7. 'Hint tine tiact i f land containing
:r notes callid Kuktiinen, In K ulu,
Maul, covered by Koy.il I'aleut 2782.
8. An ornm;o Grove in Ka'ipn, Maui,
containing y2 nciu, eoveiid by 1.. C A.
0;i5 B. ,
All of tho alovc mentioned piopirty
will be sold to tho hlgliLsl blddir for
Cash. X.S BALDWIN,
Bai Further particulars can lie hud
of Whm.tam It. CAsrr.K, Allot ni-y in
Honolulu, of W, W. HALL,
H. P. BALDWIN,
D. D. BALDWlX,
Lxcculois of the Will of 1). Baldwin.
' E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
CO 1!1 Auctioneer".
Saturday Evening, March 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
will, while en route
to San Francisco, New York, London
and Paris, give a short season in Hono.
lulu. Tills Company consists of twelve
pei form n, males and females. Their
le.its aic ii)arvplons, now and niiineioii,
iinbiaciiig thu famous
AOT OF OGAWA,
(wnlklng with bare feet on thoiazor llku
edgo ot Yaconln hwi rd1-), walking in
lire will) baru feet, ttu., utc.
Thu celeb,ifcd trick, Itcvolvng "a
Hugo Tub, with one performer jnaide
and one on the outside, thu
Greatly improvLil, Balancing F ins, Um.
biellas, e'e, aiu aUo among the fiats.
Box Plan now open at the Elltu leo
Doors open nt 7:f0 p. m.
W. II. AMHtlCir,
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
For San Francisco,
The well nnd favombly known Pacific
Mail S. S Co.'s Steamer
"City of New York,"
Will Fall for Sin FrnucLco on or
MARCH f?tHj JS87,
For freight up 1 pnstiip apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
711 w Agents P. M. S. S. Co.
The Finest Brand of
in tho Mai Uot at the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
F. llllilUUt, l'roprlctor.
Arriyett at Marchan
WHUHKAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
made in Ihu condition of Hint
ccilitlti Mortgage made by Coiichic &
Aliiuig lo llinun JJtolhiTS, dnttd De
cember IS, 1885, ttud recorded In Liber
till, pi lies 441 to 440, mid i oticu of In
tuition lo fonclosu the Mine litis been
duly glen. Now, therefoie, lu nocoid.
nnee with ihc power of fitlo in mid
Morlgige contained nnd by older of
said Moitgigec, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, at my fuhsrooms In Honolulu,
Saturday, March fi, 1887,
nt 12 o'clock, noon.
The propel ty coveied by fcald Moit
1st The Lease of that certain piece
of Laud Hltuiilu at ICahnliut, Koohtti,
0 ihu, wheteon Is situated the Itlec Mill
belonging to Moitgngois and d sallied
hi a Limku f i oni All Yiin & Co. to Con
cheo As Aliitug, dated M-ptembcrl). 1880,
for lAyciii), and tceoided In Beg. of
1 feeds In Book (SB, on pages 3(10-377, and
ulrMi all Buildings, Maehlueiy, nnd
iippititcnauct's lieteou situate and also
24 Hind of Woiklng 0un, 2 Ox Calls,
1 Paddy Waiehoue, utoilng capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling Hout-e, 1 mutll
Wniehoii'-o at Kahaliiu beach, 3 Hoiscs.
Tho Mill Is one of the eiy best on tho
Islands, and cleans t0 b.igs A No. 1
Bleu In twelve hours, and Is um by
Wateipower, Is In first class older; it
was elected about (5 yeaisngoatiicost of
812,000. The Ground lent for the Mlll
elte and AVatei power Is $200pcrnumtm.
2nd One undivided onu fouitli in
tcicst in tho WuilioloHico Plantation
known as Wing Cliong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds inoio or
less and having .'!" ucictt of Bice land
mntooi lesri and being interest and
lenses and leasehold inleiost, des
cribed in Schedule C in paid moit
gagc, alto two Houses, one Bice
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, !l
Plows and utensils lcqiiisitc for plan
tation. Bentnl about !?l,02fl per
annum, uvemgeei op ;) tons of paddy,
owes about JfU,fi00.
Hid To Lcnpi of al of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings and
iiiipicmcn(.s thereon Mtuuto on
Niiiiaiiti stiect in said Honolulu op
posite the late (iticen Emma's resi
dence and lately occupied by tho
Moitgngois as stoic and ofijcu and
desciibed in a lenso from Ch.ules It.
Bishop and B. P. BMiop to Concheo
& Aliiuig dated November 25, 1878,
for five yens and fiom .Tanitniy 1,
1SS3, iitd extended for fi ycais fiom
thinum y 1, 1888 at a lentul of !i-200
per annum, nnd locouled in said
Bcgistiy in Book f8, page 32. This
piopeity iw lented now at $45 per
mouth. For fmthcr piuticulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON,
0 20 Attoi ney for Moi tagces.
Tattle Real Estate
Under instructions from the HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall ecll
at Public Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my snlcsiooin, coinir of Fort nnd
Ouein Hreois, Honolulu, that virv do.
MbMi! tinet of land, (.limited at Kuliu,
Llllha Stipit, known as Lcc You.
man's Pi opt lty, comprising '
Kalo & KhIp. Land
of Btiperlor quality, wcll-watered.
Lot Xo. 1 Containing au area of
11 nnd fi.100 ncreV. at an uptct price
IiOt K. JI Adjoining the alovo on
the mauka side, and containing nn
ana of 1 acre. U set iniea $70 00,
.TKiniS CASH. Deeds nt ihu
ijkpi'ti-e of piucluifCKs. Furlhei putU
uhirrt may ba lcurmd ly iiiplie:ition ui
Ihu ollc(i of the Jioird of Education,
where piai)3 and suryiys of the laud
m'ny be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Fob. 2 U87 -IDtd
On Aocount of being Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock Suits!
Hort una Htm;
ETC. ETC. ETC.
BST" Wo will make a reduction on the
Now is your chanoo to buy Black
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
rnil R FIBM OF Sl'AB & PFKIFJJB.
1 Iiavinj; boon dlsiolvcd byordor'of
tho'Buprcnio Com nnd tho iuicrslgnc(i
appointed Hceoiwi; notice Is heroby
given that thu lino stock of Waif his
ond Jewelry will bo on fnlo nt thu Moio
of Spear & Pfelfer lor a shott time, at
All pnrtks indebted to thlti firm aro
iipjilkd to mnko settluuieut nt om o.
W. r. ALLEN,
Receiver for Spear & INcifer.
llonolulu, Fob. 10, 1887. ' CO lm
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel, 372.
P. O. Box 107.
J. L BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Heal Estate Agents, Cus
tom House nnd Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease', (.'onlrart", nnd nil l.lmh of Con.
cynneltif:. Tradesmen's Boohs wilt.
ten up, Bents and Areounts co.
leu till, Returns prompt.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
House to Rent and Furnlturo for Sale.
Lons-o $20 er month. House cciili.in.
B room i mid bath; also hot and cold
wain; gmd loeality, llvo uilnului'
walk from PoslOlllie.
For Sale, Home and Lot. Aboi,t pf
neie, within llvemliiuUi walk ( f Pit
Oltlcc. House (onlnlnH 0 rioins, late
ly put In good lepalr. Slablid and
To Rent. Thric Uouc on Llllha Street.
Tor Sale. 1 Open Sltb-B tr llnuyy, oluap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Squaiu Piano, 7 Oo
tavc-i, In good rider.
1 Uptight Piano, 7J Oc'aics, in good
Rooms to Ron!. Four very hniid oincly
fuuiMiid looms in largo homoj well
fdtiinica on Xsuimnu Avenue. Bent
si.'i a mnntii ench,
To Lcl. Tho bonne and gtiiuiuh situatrd
in Nitu.inu Avenue, teciiitly occupied
by A. .1. Cartw'i ighl, J r , Ktq.
To Lcl. A 5.ioomed Cottage, wilh Car.
linge House and Out house-, Niiuanu
Avenue, no ir Uorcmiiiani rccrolr,
iiiiuvu 1 .to Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with hbout 2 acres of land 2JLf
mllci from t'wn. Kent $10 per month
To Lcl. ACtoomed C( ttiu;e,w lib kitchen
attached; upper end of Xuiiiiiiu
Aumiic, oppugn "Valley Iloinu," In
excellent otdei. Kent $lt,
For Salo or Loaso -With linmcdintc pos.
set. Ion, that valuable citutu known as
Ihc NUUANU VALLKV BaNCH,
slitialfd in the Nutuinu Valliy. 24
miles trom tho city, and undoubtedly
tho mon eligible situ for n milk or
milk iit.d butlct daily lu this Kingdom.
To Lot. Two Cottage?, situated hi the
Chinese Chut eh premises,
Wanled. A icspcctiblc Bnglhli or Ger
man Gill to us-isl in a small fondly.
Wanted I!j u competent Bngineei, hold,
ins llrsl-clats ceillllcatcs, and hlghlj
lccomincudi-d, situation at sea or on
Wanted lo Ront. A Cottage, containing
lour or live room". Must bo in good
loea'ily, nnd within tin or fifteen
mliiuies' walk of Post Ofllce.
28 Muielinnt Stieet,
ItellTtleiliQiii :UH. I.0.1Iox4t5.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
UookH written up, Accounts and
Employment und Shipping Agency.
Labor Commit Blanks and Bcvenue
Stump nlw'iys on hmd. Copying and
iinnt-latiuK in all languages used in tliN
Kingdom. Onhri from tho other If
lauds will receivu piompt attention.
Valuablo n-operlles for Sale 2 Acres of
Land, sphiididly situated in Mokiki
lor homcbtu ids.
1 Acre In Makiki, on Beretania street,
lino building tltc.
& Acres w ith 4-room Cottage, on Lililia
i-tuet, A raio chance.
For Loaso. 40 Acrcj of Land, 2 miles
trom Moi,mau's corner 15 acres of
whiih Is Huitablo fot either Bice or
Taro, and has Ik on under cultivation
for tho Inn 5 years. All buildings
nccissary for u ilrst-class little ranch
now on tin' prcmUo .
Wanted, A Situation 3y a competent
practical Bnglncer. who has had many
years' eApuiYci.ee, and can give the
be-.t of icferencts. Bmployment on a
Wanted Hostler. A competent, handy
ninn about lo se can Hud employ
ment t.irtlioni.xt six wcikj. Japanese
For Salo 2 acicj or Choice Tuio Land,
filuato near the Insane Asylum.
Wanted An hostler and handy man in
taking, euro of flower garden and
Fuji paiticulars given upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
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This lino young trotting ired stallion
wliltluiul tin coining miisiiu atPfJild's
Stables, Kaplolani I'aik, to u llmitod
mini her ot nures-.
TcrniH, yllO.OO SriiNon.
AFl'OS CHIEF, bay stulllon, ly
Siitciilallun; ho by Bysdjk's Humble,
tonlau, out of Martha Washington, by
Bun's Washington; hoi dam by Abdil.
ln). 1st dum by Lady Pool, by Skagg's
IMller; her dam by Gleneoc. 'flio
above stallion was railed' by Sir Chilis
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Great Excitement in Wales
aliout a Marvellous Cure.
Living Six Years Without
Going to Bed.
Mit. Editor: -While spending a few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aborystwith, Cardiganshire, Wales, I
heanl l elated what seemed to me either
a fabulous story or a imuyclous puro.
Tho story was thuj- a poor sufferer wjm
hod not been able to llii down ju bid for
six long years, given 'up to dlo by all tho
Doctors, had been spiedlly cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was tcluted
with tho more implicit conlideuce frorii
the circumstance, as whs bald. tha( tho
Vicar of Lluniybtyd wis famjliar with
tlic facts, and could vouch for tho truth
of the repoit. ' m
Having a llltle curiosity to krnaw how
such stories gtow in liavolllng, f took
the llbcily while at tho village ot Llan
ryttyd to call upon the Vicar, tho Bov.
T. Evans, and to cnqulie about this
wnudciftil mno. Uhoughii total strau
ger to him, both ho ami his wife most
griiQlmnly niteitiimil mo In u half
hour'bcimvcrsatlon. principally touching
the cae of .Mr. Pugli, In which they
seinied to laku a dcup nnd Hympnthetlo
interest, having been fnmiliur wh his
sutlerlngs. and now tejolced in what
seemed to Ihcui a hkhI lemaikiiblocuie.
Hu btiongly ouched Mr, Win. Pugh'a
characlei a-, a lespictablo fanner and
worlli) of cicdit, I left tho vcnerablo
Vicar w ith a llvollei sense of tho happy
relation of a p.ibtor and people, feeling
that ho was one who truly nynipalhisca
w ith all who mo ullllctid in mind, body,
or estate. '
Oa my icluiii to Aberjntwltli,I was
impresbid wilh a dislrutobeo Mr. Pugli,
whoso icnutation stood so high. Ills
fnim Is called Paneoiii.Miiwr, signifying
"abovo the dlugle," biiunted near the
summit of n smooth nminl hut. opr.
looking it beautilul v.illcy in wiilch'Js
situated thu lovely lvj niiiuiled "Churcii
of Llamhltilnol, I lound Mi. Pugli'
apiuuoutjy about JOyearsold.of inulliim
height, Mther slight, w ith n pleasant and
intelligent face. I told him I uid hear j
ot his gieat alll lotion und of his lemarlK
able and nhnost miiaculoua icllif, und
that I had como toleitru fiom his own
lips, what there wus ot truth lu the re.