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I'orei&n onicc Notice.
Official notice having been given
that iluiing the leiniioiniy absence of
II. F. Gi.adk, Esq.,
Imperial Geininn Consul, II. W.
Schmidt, Esq., will discharge the
functions of that ofhue as Acting
Consul, nil poison- .no hereby le
iiuiretl to give full faith anil cicdit
to all tho ollicial nets of the said
. 3I.W. Schmidt, Esq.
.ION A. AUSTIN,
Minister of Foicign Afl'air.
Aliiolani Hale, Jan. 10, 1888.
Oitice or thu Boaum ok IIuai.tii,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1S88. J
Sealed tenders will be iceeived at
tho Oflico ol the Eonid of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 2.1,
1888, for the delivery at the Lopci
Settlement, on the Island 'of Molo
kai, of one hundred and fifty conls
of Firo Wood, within tlnec months
from the date of signing ngteonicnt
for the same.
N. 13. EMEUSON-;
l'icsidcnt of the Board of Health.
Ornci: Aui)Itok-Gi:ni:iiai., )
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888.
All accounts audited iu this
Office must be picsented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
letnined by the Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
41 lw Auditoi-General.
.HI . L-. '
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bnulc ol Ctiliiox-iiia, M. 5$.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, .Vic
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither ficet ror Party,
But established tor tbo benefit ol all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1888.
SUPPLIES BY TENDER.
Perhaps the most objectionable
feature of the popular system of
furnishing supplies, performing
work, etc. for the Government, by
public tender, is the liability to get
a "cheap" article; that is, an article
corresponding with its cost, "cheap"
in quality as well as in pi ice. Peo
ple aic apt, in their enthusiasm for
patronage, to hid a price at which
they cannot afford to supply a good
article or do a good job, and the
probabilities are that they will get
"Squaro" by evading the "specifi
cations." But still the system on
the whole is the one which is the
most satisfactory to competitors,
and, if honestly operated, the fairest
to all concerned.
IS SEWER GAS HARMLESS AFTER ALL?
It has been a matter of knowledge
for some years, certainly since
Lcthcby'a report on the subject, in
1858, that tho air of sewers ("sew
er gas") is not of itself usually con
tained in sowers in sufficient amount
to injure the health of any person
who inhales it. Scavengers and
men who work in sewers are gener
ally healthy and long-lived, plum
bers seldom die of zymotic disease,
unless pneumonia can be classed as
such, and sewer lats giow gray in
their subterranean quarters. Sani
tary olllcials can recall many in
stances in their cxpeiicnco where
constant exposure to the uir escap
ing from untrapped sinks and basius
lias been followed by no bad conse
quences. In a recent paper on "Tho Air of
Sewers," by Professor Thomas Car
nally and J. S. Haldane, M. 11.
("Proceedings of tho Royal So
ciety,") it was shown that sewer air
is comparatively free from noxious
gases, and contains proportionately
fewer micro-organisms than tho
outer air of the same locality. Tho
authors' experiments weio made in
largo sewers (largo enough for a
man to enter) thiough which the air
was constantly circulating by means
of ventilated manholes and open
girds at the street corners. Under
the circumstances is it not surpris-
ing that tlioy should have satisfied
themselves that most of the micro
organisms found weio not developed
in the sewer itself, hut drawn in
from the outer air.
It has been noticed that illness
traced to defective drainago is more
frequent in houses where there arc
holes in the pipes, open joints, or
unused fixtures, than where tlicro is
simply an absence of traps under
llxtui'es in constant use. Holes in
vertical or branch pipes, and open
joints, will often he found covered
about the cds;o with slime deposited
from fluids that lime spurted slight
ly through the holes during their
passage. The outer border of this
deposit is often dry and crumbling,
and from that point to the edge of
the opening will be found all de
crees of moisture. May not such
deposits around holes and lining dry
unused pipes be the ical breeding
places of the micro-organisms be
lieved to be productive of so much
sickness in houses, every outward
current of air passim? into the loom
bcijig loaded with them? The dan
gerous qualities of hewer air may be
due to gaseous ptomaines, as sug
gested by these gentlemen, though
their experiments to determine this
were unsatisfactory, for icaons
stated by them. Now York Medi
ADVICE TO ATLANTIC PASSEHRERS.
Hi ing no chairs as a rule; they
aic a bother. It is so easy to use
other people's or hire one from the
stewaid, and give him sixpence in
repayment when you go ashore.
This will make him smile.
Expiess discontent both with your
statc-ioom and seat at table, be
cause "it was so diffcient on other
lines that you had heard of." Then
go to the purser's office, whcie you
will find many .other malcontents,
and abk if you cannot be changed
although the ship be full. The
purser will look warm, hut say
Insist on having luggage of every
description 'sent to your state-room,
as large trunks are finally sent to
the hold for want ol storage-room
elsewhere ; ask for them the second
day out irrespective of weather.
This will please the first officer.
Detain a few friends in j'our state
room until tho gangway is with
drawn to the wharf, and the ship's
cables are slipped from her moor
ings. This will delight the captain.
Impicss your fellow passengcis at
once with a sense of condescension
in coming amongst them, when you
might, had you wished, have had
the Aurania reserved for your own
use. ilus wilt laise you in tlie esti
mation of all.
Whenever possible smokers will
light up and enjoy themselves to the
windward of ladies. Ladies, when
not feeling quite well, love the per
fume of tobacco. Besides, this will
show great delicacy of perception,
refinement of feeling, and regard for
the comfort of otheis on the part of
the smoker. A pipe is prcfeiablc
to a cigar; it generally smells
stronger, and the ashes can be more
Stones in cheirics or other fruit
should not be placed upon the table
cloth, but slid quietly and unosten
tatiously into the pocket of your
neighbor, or noiselessly tossed under
Occupants of lower-deck state
looms will insist on having their
port-holes open all the time. The
likelihood of water finding an en
trance is all nonsense.
BLIND BOYS aTbALL.
In an article in the Ameiican
Teacher, Professor C. M. AVood
ward wrote: "When 1 was in Louis
ville, Ky., a while ago, I visited the
institution for the blind, While
walking across the gi omul I saw
some boys under tho trees playing
with a ball and hat. I asked :
"What boys arc those?" "They are
blind boys," said the Superintend
ent. "But what are they doing'''
said I, thinking there must he sonic
mistaks. When he told mo that the
blind boys regularly played ball I
could hardly believe 'him, and hog
ged that I might he allowed to see
them play. lie said the boys would
play after dinner for my special
benefit. Five or six of the best
players were to play, and 1 believe
that all but two of them weio stone
blind. Tho two could only sec
large objects like the trunk of a
tree, a man, or a gravel walk. I do
not think they could see a hall on
tho giound or in the air.
"They took turns at the bat, and
each was anxious to make his bases.
Their way of pitching and catching
was this: The pitcher stood about
six paces from the battery, while
the catcher sat squarely on the
ground, immediately behind the hat.
When all are ready the pitcher
counts: Ouo, two, tluec, and gently
toss the ball. The batter would, at
just the proper moment, swing his
bat, and tho catcher would spread
out his hands and feet to stop the
ball. IIo seemed to hear tho ball
as it passed thejjbatter (and it gen
eral' did), and struck the ground,
and it was surprising to bee him
catch it in his arms on the Hi st
bound, and yet pei fectly blind! If
he failed to stop the bail he would
pursuo it on his hands and leet as
spry as a dog and almost as keen on
its track. Either ho could hear the
ball roll along tho glass, or he could
judge from the nature of the Btir
faco and tho known speed of tho
ball just how far it would roll. His
hands would sweep tho giound with
gicat rapidity, and when ho had tho
ball he would jump to his feet and
rush for tho home babe.
"With the exception of the home
base, all tho bases were trMnks of
laigc shade trees. I was astonished
to sco how fast the boys could tun.
They just flow over tho ground,
making a gicat stamping on tho
smooth earth until they arc within
five or six feet of a base, and then
they would feel up to it. Not once
did thoyjrtin against a tree, though
it made me shudder to see how near
they came to doing eo. I suppose
they knew when they wore near a
tree by healing the echo of their
steps. Occasionally the batter would
make a good hit ; then all hands
but the ruuncr went in search of the
ball. As soon as he made his
run he would join in tho hunt.
They always stnrted off in the right
direction, and did not hunt in each
other's tracks. Once the Supeiin
tendent helped them find a ball that
went some fifty yards, but generally
thev found it themselves."
Two girls wei o Hitting on a veranda
at Klhcron with a matron the other
nioining. They attracted much at
tention by their magnificent cos
tumes. The woman had on a hand
painted satin wrapper, and an art
istic gentleman sniinteied up for a
nearer view of the wonderful vine of
westciia that climbed her lobust
person from ground to throat. Sho
was reading the morning news
paper and commenting thereon.
This was what he heard.
"The florist 'begs to announce
that his gladiolus exhibition will be
gin next Holiday. ' I'll bet a dollar
that my husband won't miss that,
llc'll see Sullivan every time he
givesohc of his matches."
Stic read again: "Although too
old and heavy for the chaiaeter,
Booth will make Hamlet his "piece
do resistance" the coining season."
"Yes, I seen him in that piece
last year," said one of the girls.
"Which piece?" asked the other.
"The piece of resistance," good
naturedly explains the matron; "I
"Well, its tho same piece. Ham
let is the best of Schiller's plays."
"Schiller? Why, it ain't spelled
that way here," protested the
"I don't mean Schiller, but
Goethe," corrected the girl.
And her friend said: "Of course,
Goethe. I saw Booth play it my
self, often and often. It was writ
ten on purpose for him, but lie's
getting tired of it, and is letting
other folks play it, just as IeKee
Rankin lets that other fellows play
"'The Dauitcs,' and Nell Burgess
lets that fellow play 'Widow Be
The car-rings in their intellectual
heads would have paid a year's
lental of a theater, and the hand-
painted satin morning ' dress had
cost as mucli as poor Shakespeare
ever made out of his plays. Al
ARE CHILDREN LIKE DOGS ?
I am afraid people overrate the
depth of childish affection for home.
Very young children are a good deal
like dogs the last master is the
hest. 1 asked a hoy of G years,
who was visiting his aunt this slim
mer, where lie liked best to live
at his own home or his aunt's. "At
Aunt 's,'" lie replied without
"Why," said I.
"Because the diggin' ain't so
haul, ' he answered.
This ,is perhaps not so unnatural
as it sounds. A child's life at that
age is entirely given overto digging,
and it makes a great difference to
him Whether the earth is haul or
soft. At thi3 chijd's home the
ground was beaten and packed
down ; at his aunt's it was soft and
sandy, so at the end of a day lie
could sec the substantial results of
his Jahois. Children of a larger
giow Hi are veiy much like the
yoiingstoib in this lespcut, though
they don't admit it so Jrankly. We
all like to do the things that are
easiest to dig in the softest soil,
and are, or ought to he, duly grate
ful when our lines are 6ast intahudy
places. "Lounger in the Critic.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Loyey.
REGULAR CASH SALE!-
On Thursday. .Bmiimiy JOtli,
At 10 o'clock a. m at my talesiooms,
ciunur ol Foit ai il iioen htr., I
will sell at Public Auction a
General Aesoitmont of Merchandise !
Dry Goods, Clothing, filstiwnic and
Crockery, Potatoes, Cor anil Culons,
Korosono Oil and Bluu Mottled Soap,
Groceries, etc., etc., etc.
Also, a Largo Asoitinent of House,
hold Furniluiu cousUtlng of ISedstead,
JMuttrastes, MoHpilto Ntls, humps, Cot
tage l'iano, Kilclien Sloe, etc., iti:., 10.
mued to my fcali'MOoma for ('oncni.
cute ot sale. Also, an Astorliiiuut of
BooKs, the prrjiuily of a gentleman leav
ing the Kingdom.
LEWIS J. L12VBY,
42 It Auctioneer.
A Chance to Procure a Good Paying
OWING to niv initialed departure I
wlh to bell my Cigai btoioaud
llllllaid Room. 'J Ids is oneut thu best
equipped Billiard Rooms in the town.
I havu four Tabled of the veiy latest
designs, anil one l'ool Tahlo -with pa.
43 lm O. J. MCCARTHY,
Yoscmitc Skating Hinli!
Miss Fanny Gilmore,
Prof. R. J. Aginton,
Champion Skaters of the
Will appear at tho above Rink, on hu
nrrhal of tlio Mariposa, now due.
Don't fall (o see these two wonderf d
perfouncis on wheels especially
Miss Fanny Gilmore, who has
never nut her equal.
-- Bond ill allendunco.
JOGT Admission 50 ocnls.
12 l'rnpi ielor.
GOLD WATOir ni'iiuifif-lurcd by
tlie Ainnrlcin vtiiirh Company of
Mill mi, .in.9
Nil '121,017. Use owner
run iiau the same liy implying to
James Kauhane, at tlic'Palico 'Station
AQUAHTEWA dividend ol Three
Dollars ptr shale with he paid lo
the blwkholileis of M Uriel's Slcumolilp
Coinpunj, at thtlr olllce, on T11UHS.
WAY, the lllih Instant.
S. It. HOSi:, Secretary.
Honolulu, .Inn. IS, 1S83. -12 It
DIVIDEND of Three Dollars nor
fcliiuv will be paid to the share
holders of the lnlci. Island Steam .Navi.
gallon Company, at their olUrc, on
WEDNESDAY, the 18th initnnt.
J. ENA, Secietary.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, I8s8. 41 2t
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpHE Stockholders of C. Brewer t
JL Company, (L'd), will tike notice
that the annual intcliiifr of the Com.
panv will be held at the office rm Queen
street, on WEDNESDAY, Fcbiunry 1st,
next, at 10 o'clock, A. m.
J. O. CAUTEK, Scrotaiy,
C. Brewer &, Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 1G, 1883. 40 2w
I71BOM tho stoic of Ihe Laupahochoe
J b'uir Co., Dufts No. 4tt&.JI3
lor ?50 00 each, tliavrn by J. 31. Eydgate,
Malinger uf the Enupjlioihoo Sugar
Co., in faor of Buin'l Taylor, on Theo.
IT. Davics & Co. Persons aie hereby
warned apninM, negotiating the came.
40 0t T1IKO. H. DAVIES & CO.
THE Co partnership heictofoio exist
ing under the Hi in mine of Rhodes
& Gieciie, Cat punters and Builder, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
3Ir. flicene retiring liom the lb m.
All claims against the late firm are
assumed by Wm. T. I'hoads, and all
monies due the firm will be pi hi to
"WM. T. KIIOADK,
IT. JAY G KOINE.
Itefcriing to ihe above 3Ii. Win. T.
Tllioails will continue tho business at
hh old stand, bS Queen street, and de
snes to say lo the liicnils and patrons
of the lale firm, that It. Jay G icon a re
main, in my employ as foreman, anil
will attend to any bu-duess ennusted lo
him as before.
W3I. T. KHOAD".
Honolulu. 11. I- Dee, ill, ls87. -10 ill
Dissolution of Mnersliip.
rpiIE interest cf 3Ir. Clarence JIno
X failane In tho film of WEST,
DOW & CO. has this day bien ptu
chnecd by Ml. Gideon West, who a
sanies all liabilities of sdil Hi in All
debit, duo said II im are due anil payable
to 3Lr. G. West.
WEST, DOW ii CO.
Honolulu, Jan. U, lS8d.
WEST haviiig bDconin solo
mv ot tlio business (aiueil on
under thu firm name of WoM, Dow &
Ce., wilt,. in future, carry on said busi
ness iiuder the firm name anil style of
G. WKsT is CO.
Honolulu, Jan. in,18b8. HI) lm
MR. John Mngnou is aulhoricd to
collect for our account, ami higu
reculpls. J. B BROWNE CI .
Ian, in. 1SS8. l tjr,
rIPIIB Kaplohuil Park Astociallon will
JL not bit responsibhi for any dibts
contriiiiird iu its minio wJtlioitt, thu wiil
ton order ol its Ticauu r.
A. B. OLKUHOllN.
02 2w PimldPnt.
TMJIHNG my ab-,enco fiom this King.
XJ dom my son 1). II. Din Is will net
for mo under full powei
Honolulu, Jiin.ia, 1P8
''pilB Co-iiuilnershiji existing between
X ii. V. Uialiam and 10 G. Bchumau,
of Iioholiilu, under tho finu niimu of
the "Pacific Tiansfer Oo." doing biihi
nets iiillonolulu, was difsolvcd by inn
tual coiibont on thu ath day of June,
lfc'87. All assets ami liabilities ol s.iiil
firm were asbtimeil bv K. G. Schumaii,
m,i IS.'F. GRAHAM,
'HIJ annual meeting if the f-tnek
Co. Limited, will lehuld in tlio 2-ith,
of January, ai the rlllco of Hon, W. 11,
Casile, Honolulu, at 1 1 o'clock a. in.
Very imroitant hublnoj.
W, F. ALLBN,
30 3w Secretary II. R. Co.
rrrsvM nKr.iii-awrir.- " w.-WMwrv
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGEH0Y.
No. 00 PORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Lifo Insurpnco
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exoliango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept ami properly adjusted.
Colloctinos w 111 receive spiolal attention ami return1? promptly undo.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Utcords tearched and correct Abiltacts of Tltlo
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
someli eiigrr s cil.
Copying and Translating in nil languages in general uto U this Kingdom.
Real E.tato bouislii and 1 1. Tn.cs nahl aud 1'iopcrty safely Insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, anil rents collected
Fire and Lifo Insurance effected In flrstclnss Insurance Companies.
Custom-IIouso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorablo rales.
Advertisements nud Subscriptions Eollolledfor l'libllslicn.
Any Articlo.purchnsec! or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will iccclvo particular attention.
53- All Business entrusted to our caro will rocclvo prompt and faillilul attention at
llahig had an cMensivo buelwss c.pcilenc for out (went) .five yeam hi
Xew York City and etscwheic, wo feel competent to ntltnd to all lmslne.-.s of nn
intilealo and complicated nature, or lcqulrlng Incl and discretion, ami reipeetftilly
solicit a tihl. .
Hill Telephone No 274. XXivxvmiiui ISuNinoHM -AroMy-
Jm 7 88 1y
JUST TO HAND,
3E:c 8.S9. .A.iissfci'&lia
Fort Street Stores-
EO. SQEPSGHLAB6HB ft Go
Have U mined their
Office and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to theii Nov. Store
Opposite JIcs'sis Castle itCooKeS
and Bethel stieet,
N( arly opposite the Post Ollice.
Ed. Hoffschiaeger & Co.
All ptr-ons arc hereby foi bid
den ficm emanating, digging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this distiicl, without
the wiittcn order of the Iliad
II. F. I1EBBARD,
33 lm IConii, Oihu.
Just Received per Zcalandia,
In small crates.
Jx ', e.ilandia, lrom New Zealand,
The FIRST ARRIVAL OF
From tho Ctlebratrd
Taranaki Butter Paoking Company,
In 1 lb pealed tins.
SST'fhls article is guaranteed Stipur.
lor lo any Butter offered for fcidoin this
liKWJS .1. fiKVKY,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
A T tho annual meeting of the United
I Clilnwu SociUy held on the Uth
inst., tho following olllctrs weio duly
U. Alto President
Goo Kin VioePiefcident
I am Fai Ticiibiirer
Tong Phong ...'.. Secmtaiy
Ng Olmu ,...Ats't Tn.(ihiiur
Tain Wall HIu......Ass't becietaiy
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
X advertiEo in the Daily Uuujctin,
HH U 10) d?
f HE Ei&LE HOUSE
5 minutes walk from tho P. O.
140 and 142 Kuuauu Street.
Delightfully Situated, and Plenty of Fresh
Air aflthe Year Round.
SS Twenty firt-class rooms in main
building, with first-class dining ioum.
Lidio' Parlor & Gentlemen's Varloi.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
The table will be supplied with the
best meats in the mnket, togelhei with
tct'onablc hiMirics when obtnintvble.
Fiist-class Cooks and help employed.
Bicakf.ist,7 to 9 n m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, 15:10 to 7 p. m.
30 lw Mauageicss,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Stieet
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
'28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Stieet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Old cm promptly attended to.
' 75 cents per doon, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonado Depot,
23 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 31!
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aro authorit-ed lo collect for tho
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887.
IW ZEALMD OATS !
. FOlt SALE,
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just iccc-ivcd ox Iniipoea, by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
28 Moi chant Stieet.
TOB PRINTING ot all kind., exc
O cutcd at tho Daily Bulletin Oflico
''or the Island of Oalui.
Oflleo, : : Gov't Huildh.g, Hon ilulu.
Hell Tel. 172.
O. llox 409.
Fire Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Sheet.
General Commission Merchants
Genci.il Agency for Ilaw'n Islandd
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at BiHon with the Azores
Through lleketpgianad fiom Honolulu
3loichandif-o htorol and poM on rom.
Vropwtle Icnseit, rented and Fold.
Leal iluniiiiiciils drawn.
Books audiled and adjusted
Afi'ounls colli cted.
Auihorlzcd tollcctor, 3Ir. A. Mmofi
r"PHE Bcmington Typewriter is the
JL Stanilaril wilting iiiuctiiiiu of the
world. It prinls 70 etiaracleis, or with
certain combination, about 80 (lmrnc ers,
wilh tho operation of only 3!) Uo . Tho
machine is so simple that any on inn
write wiih it, -mil its manipuliiiou l -o
easilr unrrstooJ, that but li tie pno
tire li rupiiieil to enable the opciauu lo
iicquire facility in its U'-e. Tin aMMiigc
fpeed of" the pen is from 15 to i'O
w ords per minute, and tho average speed
of the type writirUfiom 40 to to winds
per minute. Time spent In writing
with tho pun is at least two Uilids
Orders for the above 'nsttument may
be left with ihe undersigned at tho of
tlec of W. G. Iiwin & Co , and will ie
eeivc prompt attention. Tlic undirsign
cd is also iiropared to give purchasers
full Instructions as to the use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIPPARD,
SoicAgentfortlie Hawaiian Islands.
For San Francisco
The well known and favoiite Stcamsh p
City of New Yorfc
Will sail for San Francisco
On or about January 20th,
Taking freight and passengers.
For paniculais apply to
II. HAOKFELD & Co,
3-1 lot Agents Pacific Mail S. S.
S3 HES. INK S
Skating! Skating! Skatinffl
Commencing January 0;h,
Every Friday inwg !
For Ladicslind their Ktcorls.
Every Friday Kveniug will Ic kept
perfectly select for Indies ifc gentlemen.
Saul iu jVtteiitlsiiice.
THOMAS 12. WALL,
1C01 ' Proprietor. lyr
rrUIE BEST TO BE HAD. for a
X limited i umber of hocus, within
lfi minutes walk liom Post Onlcp.
Eniiuiro of J. M. DOWSET.
A LL accounts duo Mrs.
A. M. Mollis
JTv of t-ix mouths and
over, will bo
placed in a Colleetois hands without
ftutlier notice if not paid by Ihe lfitli,
last. MRS, A.M. MKLLIS,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
BARNES' Velocipede Foot'. Power
Tinning LATHE. iy, inch diunir.
ter, toptthcr with chucks fools and tool
earriuge. Apply lo Armstrong Smith,
Watnhia, Oalui. 89 lw
AFURNISIlTiD cottage of 5 rooms,
also !1 large rooms sultabla for
house-kceplnt!. Apply to MRS. HEB
HARD, U'4 Rerelania Ftrcet. 28 Sw
O WHALE BOATS;
Iohl'. 3 foot
O 'iVlialo Boat, 30 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feel Surf Boats:
1 18 feet Burf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, wilh mast and sails all
coniplcloj 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to,
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Bulldor and General Jobber, fil if
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less 100 per month.
For paitioulars apply at
fjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X foinia Poit, Madeira and Malaga
or salo In Kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.
01 Queen street
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