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Office Doaiui or Ilruint, 1
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1888. J
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health held this day the following
resolutions were adopted!
Whereas the Citv of San Fran
cisco has been officially declared by
the proper authorities to lie infected
with an epidemic; of smallpox, and
the latest reports from said city are
to the effect that the smallpox is
Nowkthereforo in pursuance with
regulation 15 of the Quarantine
Regulations adopted by the Board
of Health, October 17th, 1883, be
it resolved :
1st. That until further notice, all
vessels arriving from San Francisco,
less than 18 days out, not having the
smallpox on board, together with
their passengers and ctews, shall
be placed in quarantine, in the outer
loadstead, or in the stictun in the
harbor, as may be ordcicd by the
Port Physician, for a term of 18
days from the date of leaving San
2nd. No passengers for ports
other than Honolulu shall be allowed
3rd. All passengers for Honolulu
shall remain in quarantine for a term
of 18 days from the date of leaving
The place of quarantine shall be
at the quarantine station, or such
other place as may be designated by
the Board of Health.
The vessel may, upon the written
consent of the Port Physician be
allowed to come to an enclosed
wharf for discharge of cargo.
No person shall be admitted to
the wharf except upon the written
permit of the Board of Health.
Special attention is called to Sec
tions 15 aud 10 of the Quarantine
Regulations, adopted October 17,
1883. Here under appended:
15. On the arrival of a vessel
at any port of this kingdom, coming
from a port known to be infected
with, cholera, yellow fever, smallpox,
scarlet fever, or any other contag
ious or infectious disease, although
no case of such disease may have
broken out on board during the
voyage, no person shall be allowed
to land fioin her unless a period of
eighteen daj's shall have elapsed
from the time of her leaving said
1G. On the arrival of a vessel at
any poit of this kingdom which has,
or has bad on board during the y-
age, any person sick of cholera,
yellow fever, smallpox, scarlet fever,
or any other contagious or infec
tions disease, the sick persons (if
passcngeis for that port), shall
be sent to the nearest quarantine
hospital for such a period as may
be deemed necessaiy, and the
vessel, with all on board, shall
undergo quarantine, if necessary,
for a period of eighteen days,
as the Board of Health may direct,
after hearing the report of the Port
Physician on the said vessel.
But with regard to all sick peisons
other than passengers for that port,
the Board of Health will not con
sider itself bound to receive them or
to take care of them in quarantine
unless the interests of humanity
may require exception to be made.
N. B. EMERSON,
President Board of Health.
Oitice or Tin: Boaiid or Health,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888. J
Sealed londerH will bo lcceived at
tho Office ol tho Bend of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 23,
1888, for tho delivery at tho Leper
Settlement, on tho Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and fifty cords
of Tiro Wood, within tluco mouths
from tho date of signing agreement
for tho same,
It is required that tho wood be of
algcroba, nionkoy-pod, eucalyptus or
any of tho haul natio woods; that
it bo out in (-1) four feet lengths and
bo split if necessaiy, so as to bo easily
handled ; that it bo piled at Kalau
papa; and that it bo measured by tho
Agent of tho Boaid of Health.
N. B. EMERSON,
President of tho Board of Health.
FOJt SALE CHEAP.
BARNES' Velocipedo Foot.Poer
Turning LATHE, V,i inch dlamo.
ter, together with chucks tools and tool
euirluge. Apply to Armstrong Smith,
TVuinlua, Onhu. 9 lw
CORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J for old, for stoutand for lean, for
lull and for short, ut Sachs' store.
Education Omor., )
Honolulu-, Han. 20, 18SS.J
Hon. Pahii P. Kasoa
lias been appointed by the Board of
Education, School Agent for tho Dis
trict of Kawaihau, on tho Island of
Kauai, vice tho Row J. W. Smith,
W. .IAS. SMITH,
11 3t Sccietuiy.
Orricn AuDiTon-Or.Kr.itAL, )
Honolulu, .lau. 1(1, 1888.J
All accounts audited in this
Office must be presented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
retained by the Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
11 lw Audilor-Geneinl.
BLUltOP & Uo BAN'UJEilU'
Honolulu, Ilav.niian Jaliintiu
Draw Exchange ou the
Bank ol Otvliluritiu, . Xi'.
And their ngonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
tessM N. M. Holhschild & Son, London
Tlio Commercial Dank Co., of Sydnej,
t'hu Commercial Baulc Co . of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland.
Clirlstehurcli, utnl Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 15. C, and Portland, Or
Transact a General Hanking Bushiest
rv JL1 33
Pledged to neither Scot nor Party.
Eat established tor the benefit ol till,
SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1888.
WHERE IS THE GARBAGE CART?
While the Board of Health is busy
perfecting the sanitation of tho city,
one point needs careful attention,
tho collecting regularly of the garb
age, now often left for days together
to spoil and taint the air. Where is
the cart, and the bell man to warn
careful or careless housekeepers,
that they must be ready when the
city dump-cart goes its rounds?
The resolve of the Board of Health
to quarantine vessels from San Fran
cisco, where smallpox is declared by
its pwn health authoiitics to be epi
demic, is legarded with appioval by
some and with disapproval by others.
Poisons simply looking at the matter
in its bearing upon trade and com
merce will naturally be dissatisfied.
But the health of the people is above
all other considerations, and it is
tho dutj- of the Boaul to subordinate
every interest to the preservation of
the nation from the smallpox malady.
It is better that trade and commerce
should suffer awhile than allow the
importation of so frightful and des
tructive a disease. Past experience
has taught us something of its dread
fulness. Surely we have not so far
forgotten its lavages of six or seven
years ugo, as to need a repetition of
the lesson in order to induce us to
use our utmost endeavors to prevent
its rc-introduction. We should all
be willing, indeed, anxious-, to adopt
the most stiingent measures to pie
vent a recurrence of the past in this
regaid. Nobody wishes to see small
pox here again. Therefore nobody
should object to every possible pic
caution being used to keep it away.
It is to be hoped that the Board of
Health will be equal to the emer
gency, and fearlessly perform its
WHY HOT SETTLE THE VETO
How about the so-called veto
question? Wo were hopeful of seeing
it definitely settled cither one way
or the other ere this ; but it still re
mains where it was. "We mulct -stand
the Governor of Maui, Mr. 1.
II. Baker, has declined to give up
tho books of his ollico and vacate
his position, in obedience to an or
d'er issued under the abolition of
governors Act, one of the measures
of the Legislature which was re
turned to the House unsigned by
tho Xing, and wus declared law
without cither the royal signatnro or
reconsideration of the Legislature.
Why is not Mr. linker compelled to
comply willt the order and vacate
his ofllce? Either the oilico of gov
ernor is abolished or it still remains.
Either the Lcgi&lntivo enactment
aiming at abolition is law, or it is
not law. If it complies with tho re
quirements of the Constitution, it is
law: if it does not conform to the
Constitution, it is not law. The
point must bo decided by the Su
premo Court. Heie in tho case of
..the Governor of Maui is an oppor-
tunlly of bringing the matter pio
perly beforo tho Court, and having
tho question settled. "Why is it not
done? It is very unsatisfactory to
have placed on our statute books
enactments concerning which thr-ro
arc grave doubts of their validity.
It is far better to decide the toti
trovcifcd point and end tho uncertainty.
(Jiy the Marivosa, to-tlay.)
Cork, Jan. 5. The ship Alfied
E. Snow, which sailed fiom San
Francisco August 31st for Liverpool,
has been wrecked at the entrance to
Wtiterford flaibor, licland. It was
nt fltst reported that the lost vessel
was the Eureka, from San Fran
cisco. New York, Jan. 0 Karl Blind
writes from Loudon to the "Post"
that Dr. Schlicinann has discovered
the remains of one of the oldest
temples of Aphrodite, which is men
tioned by llomer, Herodotus and
Pausanius on the Island of Cciigo,
London, Jan. 7 Returns issued
by the Boaid of Trade show that the
impoits for the past month increas
ed 3,102,1100 pounds, as compaicd
with the coriesponding month tho
past year, and that the expoits for
the same month incieased 3,200,000
San Reino, Jan. 7 Tho Crown
Piincc was cheeiful and took a com
paratively long walk to-day, from
which tie suffered no ill effects.
Bcilin, Jan. 7 It is announced
that Enipetor William's rest was
broken several times last night. He
is compelled to be uioic caicful than
usual, and to abstain from any exer
cise or duties which are likely to
Paris, Jan. 7 It is reported heie
that the condition of the Emperor
of Germany is quite serious. It is
said that he is confined to his bed
and has had several fainting spells.
London, Jan. 7 The committee
appointed by Queen Victoria to con
sider the best means of employing
the surplus of the Women's Jubilee
offering, has advised the Queen to
found an institution in London for
the maintenance and education of
nurses to attend tho poor people in
their homes. There will be branches
in London and Edinburgh.
London, Jan. 0 The remains of
Napoleon III and his son, the Prince
Imperial, were lcmovcd to-daj' from
Chislchurst to Farnsborough, wheio
the' will bo deposited in the mauso
leum elected by ex-Empress Eu
genie. After lcligious services at
Chislchurst, the bodies weie con
veyed in a solemn state to tiio rail
St. Petersburg, Jan. 9 Well-informed
persons consider that al
though the political situation is de
cidedly improved, the improvement
is only coudit'unal, and that if the
European Cabinets confine thom
selvcs to platonic statements and
fail to take coi responding action,
tho situation will shortly become as
critical as it was two weeks ago.
Vienna, Jan. 10 The "Algc
mcine Zeitung" says it has received
information from a reliable source
in St. Petersburg that a plot against
tho C.ar has been discovcied, and
that numerous persons, including
several army officers, have been ar
rested on tho charge of being impli
cated in it. '
Berlin, January 10. Dr.
Schweinftuth, the African explorer,
writes from Cairo, under date of
December 30th, that the news that
Stanley has reached Emin Boy ar
rived at Caiio December 22d.
More definite advices arc expected
Auction- Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On Wednesday, Jan. 25th,
I will oiler at my silepioom al 10 o'clock
1. J!., h nice
Assortment of Merchandise
Saddlery, Bridlos and Twines.
A Largit ALborimn t of 0"i",Ki:'tY,
uu AbbuiUiuiit of Uulimuy
Glassware, Galvanized Pails and Buckols,
Iron Bedsteads, Majolica Ware, Candles,
Bluo Mottled Soap, Curry Powdor,
Cinnamon, etc., etc., etc.
AND A PULL LINE OF
Liquors, Wines & Beer, Etc, Eto.
tSiT Terms Liberal, will bo made
known at tho time of Sale.
LEWIS J. JEVEY,
45 iU Auctioneer.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles!
Hokoi.tji.u, .Inn. 21, lfS8.
BATTALION OHDEU, No. 22.1
The several Companies of tho
Uiitaiion will m'cinblo nt the
A-,,,,,, u rn MnNTrW.V. tlm '.!lril
Jiiistimt, at 7.80 i; m. tlurj), for
V. V. ABIIFORD,
l J.IL'U.-l Ol. UUlllUUIlUllg.
o. v, Mcleod,
CajH aud Adjutant. 4.Q gt
iBnrn!&iswtC.u."lWj.i'Jjmaaxnsj:-JUiiJ j.tmJi.;njAiii.-'rti 'MXsain&TazivFz-xii!!ifirxuttrr
"Berlin, Jan. 10. The 'Nulionnl
Zeitung" says: It is expected that
tho Powers will soon take steps for
tho removal of Prince Fcidinand
from the Bulgarian throne.
Rome, Jan. 10. The Pope to-day
received tho British pilgrims, who
wore presented by tho Duke of Nor
folk. The Pope replying to the ad
dress presented to linn by tho pil
grims, said ho felt grateful for tho
interest Queen Victoria took in her
Catholic subjects, and prayed for
her piospciity, with that of her
nation, whom lie loved and admired.
He hoped for the restoration of
peace between the different parts of
the Kingdom, and that the irritating
questions which now divide it would
be settled and reason and equity
take their place.
Berlin, Jan. 11. Advices from
San Remo state that the Crown
Prince's throat continues to improve.
His voice is good and his health ex
cellent. He both drove and walked
London, Jan. 11. Acting tinner
the advice of physicians, jVIr.Parnoll
has decided not to address his con-,
stituents until after the meeting of
Parliament. His health is still pre
carious. London, Jan. 11. " The "Times' "
Bei lin coi respondent says the Powers
have agreed to summon Prince Fer
dinand through Turkey to lesignthc
Ottawa, Out., Jan. Tho decision
of the Internal Revenue Commis
sioners at Washington, to the effect
that American banks arc liable to a
tax of 10 per cent on amount of
Canadian notes used or paid out, at
tracts attention. Amei ican silver is
liable to 20 percent duty here. The
law may hereafter be strictly en
forced. Washington, Jan. 5. The Presi
dent's messages, concerning tho
right of waj' for railroad purposes
through various Indian reset vations,
and also l elating to liespasses, weie
presented, and refeired to the Com
mittee on Indian Affairs.
Washington, Jan. 7. "It is quite
evident," said Mr. Morrow, yester
day, duiiug a conversation on Sa
moa, "that the lights of our citi.ens
have been invaded somewhat on the
Samoan Islands, and a most seiious
state of aifairs may result.
John W. McCaithy. convicted of
embezzling S5.j0 Slate money while
acting as Clerk of the Supreme
fCouit, came before Judge Sullivan
Saturday for sentence.
AT THE r'
,2 Jj i
Til EKE WILL BE
Boston Baked Beane.
Mixed Greens on the side !
EgyMnripo-a Timing Airhcd.
THE pbovc rewnid will be given by
tho United C.uriago Compiny to
any person or ;ieiom ho will ivo
such information as will lead to the
arrest and conviction of tbe peii-on or
persons who maliciously iirf-istciifcd and
carried nwav tliu Jlieeeliing Strips of
J. UcICciiguu's hoiEe, Haik NV. 42, on
the nipht of Fnduy, .Tnnuaiy 20. 18S8,
while hitched at h post on King Miuet
UNITED OAKHIaGB CO.
Honolulu. Jim 21 1888. -15 iit
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars pei
share will be payable to the stock
holders of K O. Hull Si Son. Id, at
the ofllce of thcC6mpan ou MONDAY,
L. C. AJU.F.S,
4" 3t feci it try.
Hawaiian Livery Stables,
Uoibts taken to board by the day, week
or month fed well, and Uolirii alter
by Careful and experienced titalilfmen.
Carriages and nil kind'' of Vehicles
kept clean and c.ued for, as well ns
Harness. 3IOSES TALAU,
45 lm Jlan ger.
J. W. YARNDLEY,
Tenrher of MuhIc, Vinlin nnd
. Cultivation of the Voice.
YOUNG Lady Pianists! Impiovo
your reading of Miibio and ability
ns sin accompanist by devoting :tt lenat
ONE 110UIi,wevkly( day Or evening,
to the practice of duets
PIANO AND VBOLBN !
JSrTEHMS SAME FOH LESSONS.
Telephone (Bell) !1G3.
O. BOX 258.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
tho stockholders of the Koiiuln
Sugar Company, held on the 20th inst.,
ihe tollowing olUcers were elected for
the enbiiing jcar,
S. C. Allfii President.
lion. J. Moti Smith. Vlce-Piesident.
Hon. ri. N. Castle, Trcusuicr.
Hon. J. B, Atliertou, Secictury,
O. M.Cooko, Auditor,
J. U. A'llliaiTUXN,
Honolulu, Juu, 21, 1888
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
OVSTOSIEH5 who have on li&nd any
ol our llnltlui or fuses, would
gieutly oblige I y tending woid to tho
Dcput, 28 Merchant street, and they will
ut oueu bo calltd for.
Our Hi tiles uio all irystul value, and
the wends "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOHKh" blown thereon.
Bell ToUphono 172.
Mutual Telephone UGO.
45 tf J. 13, BROWN & CO.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS A&ENCY.
Ho. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Expori Accountants and Collcotors, Roal Estate, Firo & Lifo Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts nccuintcly kept nnd properly adjusted.
Collections will receive special attention ami returns promptly made.
Convoyancing a Specialty, lttrords searched ami rorrcct Abstracts of Tltla
Leunl Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languages in general utc la this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. T.ixcs raid and Piopctty safely insured.
Houscu, CottagCB, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, nnd rents collected
Firo and Lifo Insuranes effected In fltst class Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorabto rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Atticlo purchased or eold on most favorable terms.
'Inter-Island Ordora will rccclvo particular attention.
1ST All Business entrusted to our oaro will roccivo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an etcnsivo bushnss experience for oxer twcnty.flvo years in
Now York City and elsewhere, wo feci competent to attend to all business of an
inlridite and complicated nature, or lccmlrlng tuct und dUcutlo k aud respectfully
solicit a tt til.
Hill Telephone No. 274. XIivwniin.ii E5inIiii- Afteney.
jan 788 ly
JUST TO 'HAND,
HSx: t2?.S. .A.-H.fetr&li
Fort Street Stores.
All perrons arc hereby forbid,
den frem excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this distiict, without
the written older of the lioad
II. F. II EB BARD,
31 lm IConu, Oahu.
Just Received per Zealandia,
IS" 33 "W CK.OP
In small crates.
H. MAY & CO.
A RITCHIE ROVVAT,
xi- Veterinary Surgeon.
Ollicc and Residence: 1G0 King stieet
Mutual Telephone 30:1. Orders left at
Hotel Stables will bo rcctlved and
prcmplly attended in. 43 am
FOR SAL.E CHEAP.
AN Expie Wngon, Boston make;
Tole and Shnfih, uuirly new; abo,
one mi ol Double Hurneso.
DHAFT. The owner can have the
Apply at the Iiur,.
4 1) ill
Dissolution -of Partnership.
rfiHE interest of Mr. Clareneo Mac
X furlano in the film of WEST,
DOW & CO. has this duy bren pur
chasul by Mi. Gideon "West, who a?,
sumes all liabilities of Slid lirm, All
debts due said lirm are duo and p.ryablc
to Mr. G. We3t.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1883.
MI!. G. WEST having becomo solo
owner of tho butlntss cairlcd nn
uudor tho flnu name of AVest, Dow &.
Co,, wilt, in future, carry on said bust
noil under the lirm namo and btyle of
G. WEST As CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1888. 8U lm
Notice of Annual Meeting, ,
rpiIB Stoclcholileis of O. Brewer &
1 Company, (L'd), will take notice
that Uie minimi incc'lng ot the Com
juiiiy ill bo held ut the otllce on Queen
bti cot, ou WEDNESDAY, Februaiy 1st,
next, ut 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. OAHTEK, Seoroiory,
C. Bnwcr & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1888 40 2w
AT tlio annual meeting of tho UnileTi
Chine.-o Society held ou the 0th
inst., tlio following officers were duly
O. Alto President
Goo Kim VicoPiei-ident
1 am Fai Treasurer
Ton j Phong i" oeretmy
Ng O ui'i Ats't Tnuaiutr
Tniu Wnh Hin Ass't fcecrelary
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
iJ rooms, No, 4 O-mleu Lane, tliu
bccond door fiom Union ulreet, Apply
on tho promises. 10tf
5 minutes walk Irom tho P. 0.
136, 138, 140 and 142 Huuanu Street.
Dolinlitlully Situated, and Plenty of Fresh
Air all tlio Year Round.
J5SJ" Twenty fir?t.cbiss rooms in main
building, with firet-clftsi dining roem.
Li eb' Parlor & Gentlemen's Pallor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
The table -will be supplied with the
bnbt meats in the maiket, together with
tcvonablohuShics when obtainable.
First class Cooks and help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 0 a. m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, 5:1'0 to 7 p. in.
MES. BI. B11TCBBER,
80 1-w Manageress.
Taliiti Lomonado Depot,
28 Merchant Street
High Class Aerated Waters
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot, .
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozon, delivered.
Tahihi Lomonado Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect tor the
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 57
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just lcceived ox Mariposa, by
J. E. BROW N & Co.
28 Mot chant Street.
JOB PRINTING ol all kindi exe.
cuted ut the Daily Bulletin Oflleo
W. KART.K flflflSK
JL JLLJJ JUXiUXJAJ JULULMJJ-J
For the Island of Oahu.
Office, : : Gov't Rulldluu, Honolulu.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. CCO.
P. O. Box 4UU.
)WN & GO.,
Fire 1'ioof Stono Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
Genernl Agency forllmv'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Biivton with the Azores
Through ticketf gianted liom Honolulu
Mcu'haudlsc stored and sold on com
mission. Consignments solicited.
Propel tics leased, rented and soldi
Lonal documents drawn.
Books audited nnd udju'-ltd
Authorized collector, Mr. A. Moroft
THE Eemington Tynowriter is the
Staudaid writing macliitui r the
world. It prints 70 oimrnetets, or with
ccrtuin combination nbout80 i h rue erg,
with the operation of only 30 kej i. Tho
machine is so simple that any 'one inn
writo with it, ami itsmaiiipuluion 1- t-o
easily understood, that but little pi ,c
tice U rupiiied to enable tin- uncruioi to
acquire facility in its use. Tin- average
speed of the pen is from 1C to 20
words per minute, and the average speed
of the typu writer is fiom 40 to kO winds
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pen is ut least two thirds
Orders for the nbovc instrument may
be left with tho undersigned at the of
ilee of W. G. Irwin & Co , and -will io
ceivc prompt attention The uudtrsign.
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
full instructions as to tbc use of tho
For fur her particulars apply to
Y. M. GIFFARD,
So'eAgentfortho Hawaiian Islands.
SS3S 3E& I W IS! s253I
Skating! Skatingl Skating!
Commencing .Innunry 0th,
Every Friday Bmii !
For Ladies nnd their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening -villi be kept
perfectly bclect for ladies & gentlemen.
THOMAS E. WALL,
1G01 Proprietor. lyr
Ex Zealandia, lrom New Zealand,
The Fl EST ARRIVAL OF
From the Celebrated
Taranaki Butter Paoking .Company,
In 1 lb sealed tin?.
Tills artiolt) W guaranteed Buper.
ior to any Buttci offered for sulcin this
LEWIS J. JLEVEY,
Solo Asent for the Hawntinn Islands.
ALL accounts due Mrs. A. M. Mellls
of tix months aud over, will bo
placed in a Cnllcctois hands without
further notice if not paid by Ihe 15th,
inst. MIIH. A. M. MELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emm street.
THE minimi meeting of tliex ntock
holdeig of the Hawaiian Itmio
Co. Limited, will he held ou the titi,
of Junuary, at the i.fflce of Hon. W. R.
uxstie, Honolulu, it 11 o clock a. m.
Very important business.
W. F. ALLEN,
.39 2w Secretary II. R. Co.
, FOK SALE.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whalo Boat, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 23 feet Surf Boats:
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 5 Diekcd Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with must and sails all
completoj 1 2i feet Sailing Scow, With
mast und sails ull complete. Anplv to.
E. It. HYAN.
Boat Builder nud General Jobber. M tf
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long leaso. For naiticulurs apply at
this ofllcp. 33 lm
I?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forniu Poit, Madeiia and Malaga,
for bulu in kegs ai.d cases by
QONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
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