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j"';'1 ;?""' ' " " liMlM.tNu.ri..,
HfiT BY AUTHORITY.
It lins pleased Ills Mojcsty the
King lo appoint
to be ft Commissioner of Crown Lands.
The Hoard now consists of His Ex,
W. L. Green, His Kx. Jonathan Aus
tin, and Hon. Curtis P. Iaukeu.
January 9, 18SS. 35 3t
BISHOP & Co., HANKERS
Honolulu, Haunllnn Islands
Draw Exchuijji) on tho
Bault ul CtililUi-iilti, fc. IT.
And thelrngcnts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
McBsrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstchurcli, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Bunking Business.
'V ii .u:
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat established lor the benefit ot all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 1888.
The Road Supervisor, Major Ilcb
bnrtl, prohibits people from excavat
ing or digging in the streets or
roads of this district, or depositing
rubbish thereon. The prohibition
is timely. Some people seem to
think that because public roadways
are the property of tho State, they
have a right to make any use of
them they please or that may suit
their convenience. Digging trenches
across public highways, removing
soil therefrom to make garden plots,
depositing branches of trees and
rubbish thereon, etc., are common
offences. None of these operations
improve the roads, but each and all
have a tendency to damage them
more or less. The Road Supervisor
is desirous of remedying the evil,
and in order thereto issues the notice
which appears in another column.
This is right and reasonable, and a
strict enforcement of the prohibi
tion will be in the interest of the
So far as we know, the principle
of sending Hawaiian youths abroad
for education, at Government ex
pense, has never been seriously ob
jected to; but the method of select
ing the candidates and the object of
their studies have both been severely
censured. The method of chosing
boys simply because of their family
connections, and without regard to
their attainments or capabilities, is
manifestly wrong ; and to put them
through n course of study in pre
paration for a profession or calling
for which there is no scope in their
native land, is extremely foolish.
These are errors of the past which
we hope never to tee repeated.
There is, however, one responsibility
connected with the past which
should not be evaded. Those young
men who have been abroad and
educated at Government expense,
should, ye think, be used by the
Governent to fill positions for which
they may bo qualified, and where
their services will be some kind of
compensation for the cost of their
MORE ABOUT THE "VETO."
The Bulletin did not attempt to
"make capital" out of the act of
the President of the Legislature in
publishing certain bills as laws
which the King had refused lo sign,
as imputed to us by the "Gazette"
to-day. Wo simply presented tho
facts and stated tho law as laid down
in the Constitution ; and as both
law and facts went against the pre
tensions of the President of the
Legislature, we suggested that a
judicial ruling should be had upon
the point as soon as possible. The
"Gazette" says that the publica
tion, in this "extraordinary" way,
of the Police Act, will furnish such
'an opportunity, hut we note that tho
Government, who arc entirely re
sponsible for the dead lock, are by
no means in a hurry to try the
Special pleading, such us our con
temporary adopts to get around the
points in our article, will deceive no
There is no flitch
vrTrjyifirTr """" HmZU "'""' r-"TiOTirirric- nM.iaia;ac'nfc.wmyi'ni.n;nTtnKr'niTaB?saTO
issue raised as the "validity of tho
personal, irresponsible, royal veto."
Such a thing is unknown to the Con
stitution, has not been claimed by
the King, and lias never been advo
cated in tho Uuu.uTiN or elsewhere,
so far as wo know. It may suit the
purpose of the Ministry and their
helpers to make a false presentation
of this kind, but the intelligent pub
lie know better. The sole question
to decide is whether Article -18 of
the Constitution, which specifics how
bills may become lnvs,makes the act
of returning a bill by the King to
the Legislature without his signature
and his reason therefor, a legislative
or an executive act. Wc contend
that it is a legislative act, and that
as such tho King exercises his deli
berative right as a component part of
the Legislature, subject however to
review by the House, and to having
his objections over-ruled by a two
thirds vote of all elective members.
The veto, as it is called, is not an
irresponsible personal act of the
King, lie simply sends a bill back
to tho House for reconsideration,
and by so doing he becomes respon
sible lo that body. If his reasons
are considered sound and good the
bill fails: if the contrary, the bill is
passed despite his objection and be
comes law. Where then is there
anything in tins process having a
semblance to the "prerogative of a
pergonal, irresponsible, royal veto?"
Nothing of the kind is cither meant
Tho Bui.mttin contends that tho
veto, so called, is a legislative and
notan administrative act, and Article
18 clearly shows that it is so, by the
exclusion of Ministers from partici
pating in the final vote upon the
question that the bill pass notwith
standing the King's objections
thereto. If Ministers were to count
el sign a message from the King giv
ing his reasons for refusing lo ap
prove a bill, and if the Legislature
were to pass it notwithstanding, the
Government would bo defeated, and,
under the theory of responsible
Government, should resign. But
the Constitution guards against such
a contingency. It says in effect
that the functions of Ministers shall
cease when they present bills passed
by the Legislature to the King for
signature. It thenceforth becomes
a question between the three co
ordinate branches of the Legisla
ture, to wit, the King, Nobles and
Representatives. If the King in his
discretion returns a Bill to the Legis
lature, Ministers have no responsi
bility in the matter. The issue lies
between the King and the other two
branches of the Legislature sitting
together as one House, and is to be
decided as prescribed by the Consli
tion. This is our position, and until the
contrary has been determined by
competent judicial authority we
shall hold to its soundness. Further
more, we contend that tho Govern
ment led the House into a maze of
error on tins question, which must
entail more or less confusion in the
administrative work of the King
dom. The history of the session
demonstrates that this claim to coun
tersign all acts of the King was an
afterthought, because laws were
published "by authority" without
being countersigned by any Min
ister; and if the aflcr contention ol
Ministers be correct there is not a
valid law on the statute book since
180-1, because none of them were
countersigned by a Minister up to
the latter part of the extra session,
and the requirement of the Consti
tution, old or new, on this point is
Article -1 1 of the new Constitu
tion states that the Cabinet "shall
be His Majesty's special advisers in
the Executive affairs of tho King
dom. No act of the King
shall have any effect unless it be
countersigned by a member of the
Cabinet, who by that signature
makes himself responsible." This
refers clearly and exclusively to
executive nets. Article -12 of the
Constitution ot 18(11 states that the
King's Cabinet "shall bo His Ma
jesty's special advisers in the Exe
cutive affairs of the Kingdom.
No act of the King shall have
any effect unless it be counter
signed by a Minister, who by that
signaturo makes himself responsi
ble." Here also in tho old Consti
tution tho signature of a Minister is
confined to the King's executive
acts, and it was so interpreted by
tho many able lawyers who have
held ofllce under the Crown since
1804. The pew and old Constitu
tions agreo upon this point, and
differ only on tho mode of removing
Article -M of the old Constitution
?: '. ;ntfntrifntMai3Jte ---"'4Afr"
and Article -15 of the now arc iden
tical in so tar as both vest the Leg
islative power of the Kingdom in
the King and the Legislature, tho
latter consisting of Nobles and Rep
resentatives sitting together as one
House. Article 49 of the old Con
stitution provides that tho King
shall sign all approved bills or leso
lutions previous to the final rising
of the Legislature; "but if he shall
object to the passing of such bill
or resolution, ho will return it to
the Legislative Assembly, who shall
enter the fact of such return on its
journal, and such bill or resolution
shall not be brought forward there
after during the same session."
Article -18 of the new Constitution
qualifies this power of absolute veto
by providing for a reconsideration
of bills objected to by thu King, and
their final passage by a two-thirds
majority. But in both Constitutions
the context proves that, whether
absolute or conditional, the exercise
of the veto by the King is a legisla
tive act and docs not require a
Minister's signature to make it
valid. To argue otherwise is absurd.
There is no dilllculty whatever
regauling the veto if the natural
and proper interpretation bo put
upon Article -18 of the Constitution
of 1887, but no end of dillloully
must result from putting a strained
and unnatural construction upon it.
HAVE THEY A RIGHT?
Enrron Bui.i.rrix: 1 would like
to ventilate a subject that is be
coming more and more a nuisance,
and that is why. Have any private
individual or any corporation aright
to mutilate or otherwise destroy
public roads? A short time ago I
had occasion to call attention to an
uncalled for and vicious destruction
of the roadway on Beretania street,
between the properties of Messrs.
McCully and the "Wbodlawn Dairy
Co., and now I wish to speak of a
nuisance on Bingham street between
tho properties of the Woodlawn
Dairy Co. and a lot belonging to
Mr. T. May. . Sometime ago a
wooden culvert was put across
Bingham street by someone. Now
the tratlic and storm water have
washed the roadbed down, and this
culvert or Hume stands near a foot
high, and is a dangerous obstruc
tion to any body not interested in
the carriage repair business.
This is not enough, but lately
there have been some horses belong
ing to the before mentioned corpora
tion turned into Mr. May's lot, and
water has been turned into a small
tank near the fence for the use of
the horses. This water has been
left running night and day and over
flows down into the road, till it is
now in a miserable state. Perhaps
jt has not rained enough lately to
keep the Road soft, so this is done
to help the thing out. 1 should like
to know whether the afore-mentioned
corporation have a mortgage on the
roads or not. If it has, it would be
a good plan to fence in what belongs
to it, if not 1 and a good many other
taxpayers would beg our indefatig
able road supervisor to look into the
matter. Gi:o. A. Roih:ktsox.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888.
Polish pilgrims to Rome have
been forbidden by the Russian Gov
ernment to present gifts or ad
dresses to the Pope.
Moscow students have become so
unruly that lectures at the Univer
sity have been suspended and Cos
sacks constantly patrol the streets
to preserve order.
J"K. John .Mag on is authorized to
1VJL culled foi our ii!'c-"iint, and sign
ucelyih J. E IJUOWN&CO.
Jan. 10, 18S3. 1635
All pri'ions are hereby forbid,
den Iran excavating, dlggl 'g
or depositing rubbish in tho
btrcels of this district, ui'hout.
the written order of limit) id
II. F. IIEBBATtn,
')') liu Komi, Oahu.
3F 35. 33 11
Per 8. S, Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOITK, proprietor
Gko. W. DkLono Post, No. -II )
Hra'Aimi'T oi Cai.ifounia, G. A. R.,
Honolulu, Jan. 10,186'.)
THERE will bo a Regular Meeting of
1 this Post in its Hiill, This Tuesday
Evening, at 7:S0 o'clock. A full attend
mice is requested.
Installation of Ofllecrs.
J. F. NoiiLK, Adjutant, U5 It
When Mars the God of War on high
Of battles first did think
lie girt his sword upon his thigh
And mixed a drop of drink.
King Dalil was a mighty man
Of course he drank no water
lie nlwnvs bail a cocktail first
And took his dinner after.
Jack and Gill went up the hill
They say to get home water
They know enough to drink "such stuff"
And' that wasn't what they were after.
Old Mother Hubbaid went to the cup
board But not to m'lo hone
She went to try If the jug was dry
For -he caiiicjrom the to-vu of Athtone,
(She wn a half sister to the Widow
Maloue, and excepting her "dawg" lived
Huucleaiilt Is a "line" man
And wrote the Colleen Bawn
lint thay all did show their wUdoni
When limy drank the Crtiiskecn f.a-vm
Antiquity of the Whiskey demonstrated.
When Nonli sailed off in his nrk
With his lsters his aunts and his
lie loaded her down lo Plimsolls mark
"With Cniiskccn by the donus.
This I do decline
Happy Is the laddy,
Who a mg can share
Of this lanious "toddy."'
i!'J lw Konv O'Tooi.i:.
The Water will be Slmt Off from
tho City on THURSDAY, January 12th
1888, during the hours from 6 a. m.
to 4 p. in.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt Water Works.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
'23 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Murchaut Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Order promptly attended to.
70 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppcs 33
FOR SAT FltANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Jan. 17,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For San Francisco
Tho well known and favorito Steam-di p
City of lw York
Will sail for San Francisco
On or about January 20th,
Taking froight and passengers.
For particulars apply to
II. IIACKFEr.il) & Co.,
U 101 Agtiits Iicillo Mail S. S. Co.
ANEVT CO! TAG E of -1 looms,
convenient to town, s iliahle for a
man and his wl
fe. Kent lift to exiTe-ed
$'.7 per month,
AddreiS"S. F. .1." this
T)Y a .Japanese and wife a situation
jj Man u
wife a good houfcekecper.
Apply at this
ON mil after this date I will not bo
responsible for any debts con
tracted in my name by my wife, Mary
F. McGurn, without my consent.
Honolulu, Jan !), 1888. 34 3t
T7HOMnud after this dale. Mr. Llclit-
X body has no authority to collect
(JONSALiVKS & CO.
"IMIB Kapiohini Park Assoolatlon will
J. not bu Responsible for any debts
contracted lu its n.iine without the wilt
ten order ol U Tmitiner.
A. B. OLKGlIOItN.
82 2w President.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
X advertibo it in tho Daily Bulletin
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HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ho. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Gr OHO 111.1 .AfrotitM
Export Accountants and Colloolijrs, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan nnd Exohanno Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept nnd piopetly ndjuiicd.
Collections will receive special attention nnd roturuiLpioinplly irtadc.
Conveyancing a Specialty, ltccords tcnrclicd and rorrcci Absttucts of Tltlo
LduhI Documents nnd Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating In all languages tn gencinl me in this Kingdom. ,
Real Estate bought nnd sold. Taxes paid and l'mperty safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land lowed and renicd.'nnd rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance ollcctoil lu first class Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted will accuracy and dispatch, "'
Loans negotiated at favorabto rates. , .,,
Advertisements and Subscriptions sollolcd for Publishers. . - -
Any Articlo purchased or Mild on most favorablu terms.
InterIsland Ordor3 will receive particular attention. '
C33 All Duslnoss otitruslotl to our oaro will roccivo prompt and faithful nllonllo'n at
liming had tin extensive business experience- for oer tvcnty.llvo yems lu
Xow York City nnd elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to all business of mi
Intricate nnd complicated nature, or requiring (not and discretion, and loipectfully
solicit a ti ill.
Hell Teleplionu No. 274. Xlit-wiiiiun LSiinuiohn Voiiev-
jan,7 88 ly
"PHE Remington Typewriter is the
X Standard wilting imxiilmi of the
world. It prlnlH 70 c'larnuteis, or wllh
ceiinln eiiiiiblnallon about &0 elmruotorp,
with the operation of only 111) key. The
machine is so simple that any one can
write -iih it, and Itsinaulpulillnn U to
eisily understood, thnt Imt Hale prnc
lice U leituired to enable the operator to
acquire lueillty in iU me. The average
speed of the pun Is from 10 to SO
words per minute, ami I he average speed
of ihe type wrilrris fiom 40 lo 0 woids
per minute. Time spent in w.riting
with the pen is at least two thlids
Oiders for Ihe. alove imtiumcnt may
lie left with the umleVbigned at the of
lice of W. G. Invin to Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention The undirugn
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull Instructions as to tho use of the
For luither particulars apply to
So'c Agent for the llnw uiiaii Isl mils.
Bfl. HOFPSGHLABaHR ft GO
Have Kcmuved their
Ofllce and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their Now Store
On King Street
Opposite Jlessis Cistlc & Cooke's
and Bethel sticet,
Noaily opposite tho l'ost Oillee.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
Ex W. S. Howne
AN INVOICE OF FRESH
For sale at Lowest Hates,
in lots to suit, at
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co's.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
For imilioulars apply at
ONE FINK HAY MA.HE, fi years old,
tound and kind in evciy purlieu,
lar, and thoroughly broken to harness
nipl saddle ; a lovely animal. For a
birgain call on O. MOllOFF, at J.E.
llrown it Co's ofllce. Merchant ttreet.
rrpHE annual meeting of the Honolulu
1 Yacht & Hunt Club for election of
olllco and transaction of other business
of iinportanco'wlll be held at their Ileal
House on M'ucseiuy, iuium. at i.uu p. in.
13. J. SPALDING,
33"3t , Sec. II. Y. & U. O.
Steam Works, Bunny South
Tele, Hell 172,Mutnnl 215.
Depot. Merchant Street.
Tele, Hell 112, Mutual 300.
Tahiti LmiiilG Ms.
Tho undersigned hiving purchased
thu business of the Tahiti Leniouadu
Walks, the depot lins been removed to
No. 23 Merchant Street.
All ordeis for Atiratcd Waters maim,
f.iciured at tliu above establishment will
receive prompt attention.
J. K. bltOWN L Co.
P. O. Uox 4GD. 1820
NOTICE U hcroby given that Ccitili.
cato No. U-i, for li shares ot the
stock ot the People's Ice A', ltefrigciat.
ing Co, standing in the mimo ot thu
undersigned, has been lost or mislaid.
Thu Company having taken notion in
the matter mid Certificate becoiuoi lrom
thedateof thUuotico utill and void.
Honolulu, Jan. -1, 18ST 31 !H
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i-i rooms, No. 4 Uauleu Lane, thu
bccond door from Union strcol.
ou tho premises.
"ltrtfcfcr - fa,5, ... A.
piIK CO-l'AltTNKK.SIUI I1ERE
JL toforc csWtlug between the 1111
derailed under the linn of UA11T &
STKIXHK luix been this day dissolved
by mutual consent. II.,). Hart will as
sume all liabilities and collect nil out
standing accounts of said llrm. 1IAHT
& STIMXKK thank the public for their
geucioiK suppoit lu the pat and solicit
lcspectfullv the same for the now llrm
otllAUTiCOMI'AXy, of which the
linder.-igned are members.
II. J. HAltT,
Honolulu, IT. I., Jan. 5, lflSS. :tl :it
CO-PA RTNKHSIl IP IIK15K-
tofore exi-tlnir between the under
signed under the llnu of LUDW1GSKX
& OKOX" has been this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The imdciigiied will
assume all liabilities and collect all out
standing accounts of said llrm. LUD
WIGSKX & CltOX thank the public for
their generous support in thu past and
respectfully solicit the Mime for the new
linn of HA1JT & COAIPAXY, of which
the undersigned are members.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. o, 1SS8. 31 3t
NOTICE IS IIEK13UY GIVEN THAT
Henry J. Hart, Jus. Steiner, Chas.
laulwigseirand Alb. Oron, all residing
in Honolulu, have enteicd into Co
partnership under the llrm name of
HAKT & COMPANY, for tho pianu
facture and sale of Ice Cream, Candies,
Cakes and other business incidental
IIEXHY .T. HART,
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. 0, 188S. 31 3t
ALL accounts due Mrk A. M. Mollis
ot fix months nud over, will be
placed in a Collectors hands without
further notice if not aid by the 35th
inst. MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emma street.
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing Jnnmiry Cth,
Every Friday Eveiiii !
For Lailuh and their Es-corts.
Every Friday Evening 111 le keit
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
J3itnel in A.llciidniicti.
THOMAS ID. 'WAJUJJ,
1C01 Proprietor. lv
Hell Tel. P12.
Mutual Tel. 360.
P. O. Box 409.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Firo Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n lslnmls
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston wllh tho Azores
Through tickets gi tinted from Honolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments tollcitcd.
Properties lensuil, rented and sold.
Levitt documents drawn.
Books audited and adjusted.
Accounts collected .
Authorized collector, Mr. A. Moroll.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL' Joinia Pun, Mndeliu and Malaga
or sale lu Kegs and cases by
GONSALVEri & CO.
(11 Queen street
COTTAGE TO RENT.
COHNElt of Klnau nud Pensucola
streets. Enquire of W. O. AT
WATFJ, Gov't Building, 80 lw
Migm-m nTumr-re nrnvmnsttwagw regirnnpniTjynrnwm
Mew Freight Boats
Wo take pleasure lu recommending
our boats, as their construction is 'lie
result of yciufl of study and labor in
building, nud handling boats around
our various Island landings. We claim
these boats to be superior for islun I use
to others, (cither built horoorhnpoitcd)
In icvcril essential points, and wc. arc
supper lcllu this opinion by those who
have ust'iHlicin, n well as by others who
ate, quallllcd to itidgo. They are built for
use and durability, and not with the
vluw of having: the bcnellt of futitiu re
pairs. We use no eros grained nnd
useless Monkey Pod knees, timbers, or
floors, nor straight wood stems Our
frames mo all Oik bent across without
n joint on the keel, and of u size, larger
than usual lu other boats, they ue also
ulosser together, and double rlvlted to
the keel, with additional floors between.
We have applied both strain and blows
to these steam bent timbers and tlud
that they arc, equivalent to tho so called
solid floors of twice the size, and are
consequently less liable lo bo severely
bilged, and' lire easier repaired when it
occurs. The gun wales aiu of Oak, and
with the outside planking me invariably
in one plank from slum to stem. Tho
hoisting strap docs not go tlnoiigh the
keel, culling It away at. ii vital point,
but toggled under a screw-bolt fastened
dead wood, and hinged above so as to
accommodate thu span of hoist. Thu
timbers are not cut away for water runs,
our limbers tiro lu the keel. We have
nWo a solid wide iron plate on the keel
and stems of the bout which have secur
ed for these boats their well deseived
reputation for superior build. The
model also compares favorably with
our best imported boat, carrying
their width on the thwart, ami
not on the "iinwnle as crank boats do.
tikiug all the chafe nnd pounding
ngainst vessels and wharf, when dis
charging. Our bent. Oak knees also
carry out the requirement of the oldest
and nio'-texperleacedassociatiou known
who for 70 years have spaieil neither
time nor money to pioeur the best surf
and lifo boats, wherever found. During
the. test of 1SS1, flexibility in boats, was
found to be most essential. The rela Ion
theso knees bear to the jointless section
timbers and to the boat herself when se
verely struck, lo prevent a damaging-
concussion or any (lam.ige. can be read
ily seen. This quality cannot be found
In boats stilly held in one place, mid
loose in another. Several naval Cap
tains and Ofllecrs who have Inspected
this system pronounce it a great im
provement over the old, as a preventive
from being stove in or bilged alongside
when being lowered at sea, as many
bavo been known to do the short lloors
and timber ends lifting from the keel.
An other improvement, is that we sell
these boats for 80 less than was form
erly paid for this size boat here, and
it pays the builder and buyer better.
Wo have on hand two 24 feet freight
boats, price $230 to 2."0.
On slocks two 18 feet freight boats,
$130 to $li)0
A correct model of the 20 feetKiiian
boat, $230 to $250.
Two 15 feet plcasuic, pine copper
fastened clinker, weight SO lbs., oars,
etc., $53 to $00.
Tluee various sized skiffs all ;inds,
$15 to $30
Also our model yacht center board
sloop "Reform" all complete for pleas
ure or llshing, with hooks, lines, water
kegs, oars and rowlocks, anchor and
chains, extra sails, an oil stove, and a
little Hat boat, that am be carried on
deck. This is a speedy little craft, and
works second to none in our wateis.
hhe was built for pleasure with safety,
to sail on her bottom, without packing
around tons of ballast. Can be rigged
and sail made in 15 minutes, and iimig
ged in live. Price $275.
We are also prepared to give plans
and estimates of all kinds of scows,
rowlnjj, surf or sail boats, steam laun
ches, or schooners, in solid, bent frame,
eir diagonal building. Our experience
in the latter mode dates from 1831, when
the celebrated yachts "Fox" and others
were built in that'way, this vessel was
severely tried in the Arctic for J years
under 'Sir J. McCIintock, when in
search of Sir John Franklin. This mode
of bnlldhi" is highly recommended
where inside finish and capacity is an
object. Wc invite inspection of our
boats at the Enterprise Planing Mill,
where samples may be found.
J. A. DOWER.
Mutual Telephone, Xo. 325. 24
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Just receivcel ox Mariposa, by
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
28 Moicliant Street.
HOUSE and LOT. teims reasonable
Inquire or T. W. Hnwllns, Haw a.
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