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BISHOP & Co., BACKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian lrlniitlo
Draw Exchange on the
JBanlc oi CiUUornln, ss. J
And their ngcnts lu
NEW YORK, UOSTON, IIONQ KONO.
Messrs. !?. M. lUthehild & Son, London
The Commatolnl Dank Oo., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
TUo Hank of Now '.twlnnd: Auckland,
Ghristehurch, titid Wellington,
The Bunk of tlritih Colnmbln, Vic
torliv, B. C, ur..: t'irt'.wl. Or.
Transact t Gsncrni P.snklu fiuslcis?.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
AO entiinm-. t- r"- 'mi.
Plained to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for tk benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY o, 1SS8.
TALK ABOUT HILO RAILROAD.
Mr. S. G. Wilder'b Hilo milroad
scheme, which for the present
seems doomed to remain in abey
ance, is sometimes the subject of
ill-considered unci s-hort-sighted re
marks. "It cannot pay, and never a ill,
How do you know? On what data
do you base your opinion ? Are j ou
familiar with the country thiough
which the line is projected to run?
Do you know how many plantations
are already in operation and how
many thousands of tons of sugar
they pioduce annually in that dis
trict? Do you know the annual
amount of supplicb they consume-'
Are you aware how much, if any,
now waste land in that distiict
would be cultivated if a railroad
passed tliiough it?
"Well," bays TomT "I have no
exact data lor my opinion, and J
don't know voiy much about the
district, and 1 c.ui't answer youi
other questions at present, but 1
sa3' the railroad will not pay all the
Then Tom's opinion is not en
titled to much weight. If his know
ledge of the district is so impei feet
he is not in a position to form an in
telligent opinion. We would rathei
accept the conclusion of the men
who have surveyed the line, esti
mated the construction, and calcu
lated the revenue.
.Says Dick, "Two million dollars
is a big sum of money, and some
body would get the bencllt of the
expenditure; but it would be no
benefit to us. Mr. Wider would
get all his matciial abroad, so the
money would all go out of the coun
try, and we should not profit one
bit by it."
Certainly the matciial would
all come from abroad, for the very
good rcas-on that wc have nothing of
that kind here, just as the Hum.utin
olllcc imports type and other print
ing material because this is the only
vaj' of getting them. Hut would
not the construction of that laihoad
give employment to many mechanics
and laborers? And Mould not a
laige portion of the expenditure be
in wages? And would not a con
siderable percentage of the wages
he circulated in general tiade? And
would not this be a benefit to us all,
directly or indiicctlj ? Mr. Dick,
j'our view is very narrow and er
loneous as well.
And now conies Harry, boiling
over with fervid wrath, and declaim
ing against the whole piojoot, "be
cause," says he, "it is going to in
juie Honolulu, and my interest is in
Honolulu. The railroad would build
up Hilo, but tear down Honolulu.
Evciything gained by them would
be so much loss to ub. Therefoie I
hope they will never get n railway."
Harry is a gentleman whom wo
feci bound to respect, but that does
not pieclude our expressing tho bo
lief that his vision is contracted to
the length of his smelling oigan,
which is a rather squat member of
his anatomy. Tho ciccd to which
wc incline is, that "what bene
fits a part bemllts the whole," and
the piojected ndlroad whkh would
develop mora fully so large and im
portant a district would be a great
gain to the country. We should he
borr to tako bo narrow ajid selfish
a view as our respected ft lend
"fcay, Jim, it hccins ter mo that
those L hiiicbo are always at woik !"
"Ah, tlii'3"'ro baibnrinns an' don't
know no belter. Let', go to tho sa
loon an' see if we can't sliike home
unfer a ill ink.
LU KY AND UNLUCKY MiN.
One of the unluikicst men wo
have ever known was even noleonsei
oiibof his ill-luck, and dccland that,
somehow or another, the off-chance
always hit bun. It was partly true;
but the intimate friends who knew
and loved him understood well that
there was in him this awkwardness,
this redundancy of angles piesentcd
to fate, in a very high degree, that,
being at once a good man, a thought
ful man, and a highly cultivated
one, lie nlwas in eiitical moments
contrived to do precisely the wrong
thing. This capability of being in
capable is by no means unusual,
and the Uist Hotlisemld wa3 piob
ably right from his point of view
when he said that he would never
employ an unlucky man. On the
other hand, the lucky man is usually
the man w ho Ills his fortunes, w ho,
whether apparently able or stupid,
can do just what his especial citoum
stances require him to do. Very
stupid men are often ready men,
armed with a readiness as of dogs
when they twist from under a cart
wheel unhurt. The "fool who
makes a fortune" is usually a man
Willi ju-t the foiesight, or the judg
ment, or the intuitive perception of
the way things arc going a faculty
like long sight or keen healing and
independent of intellectual power
icquisite to make large profits
quickly. In fact the fortunate man
is usually the man who, in conse
quence of some hidden quality in
his natute deserves foitune. Never
tlielesstherc is a lesiduum of true
peisonal good or ill-luck of men to
whom things happen so unusual, and
so liule explicable by their acts or
anything that either is or can lie in
theuiseives, that the world, despair
ing of interpietation, considers
them either the favorites or the vic
tims of fortune. Spectator.
EHB0WMU1T OF GENIUS.
When the great multitude of men
who have no highly unique and spe
cial vocation lne is mainly a snug
gle for matciial place and power, or
lor the comfortable necessaries of
existence. Even this is haul enough,
but when our few of liner mold arc
compelled to add this stiugglc to
the one necessary to their chosen
pursuit, it is no wonder so many
"mulo, iiiglonous Miltons" fall by
the way. Ought there not, then,
to bo some method applied w hereby
the same care can be bestowed upon
a grand man that we would bestow
upon a rate tieasure of some other
soil? We cannot secure the gi eat
man's airival, hut when he has come
we can show that we know him and
appieciate him, as the bees know
and appieciate the one who is, of all
otheis, most valuable to the hive.
When Dexter was it not? was
found drawing a clay-cart, and the
signs of speed in him were unmis
takable, what a woild of excitement
thciewas! jSo harness was too fine,
no stable too good for him. lie had
valets to attend his most delicate
wants, watchers by day and by
night. I do not say there was the
slightest inappiopiiateness in Ibis.
I merely ask if the man of wonder
ful possibilities is not ol as niucu
account, and deserving of as much
care, as the wonderful horse.
The great man, or man of genius,
will foi ego yachts and palaces ami
the muniments of wealth, though he
could enjoy them. What he needs
at once and mainly is that sure pro
ision which shall give him subsis
tence and leave, him free from
woi Idly toil and wony as a prere
quisite to piosccuting bis woik. If
some millionaire could &ee this, who
is willing to fin titer the interests of
society by some moderate donation
only, he could set some one strug
gling genius fiee, and not only do
immense good theieby, but he could
set also a brilliant example lowaid
will-doing to others of his class.
BYEncito Co. No. 2, will ho held
IU4 UO p. jr.. TO DAY. Members
tin icciuested to he prompt n timo.
IVruidci, C. J. McCAHTHY,-
."5 It l-o ran a n.
DUMP Cirt mid Har.
lies?, in "jood order.
To bo bold chcn)i. Apply to
lion, . 0. Smith or Lunulllo Home.
Just received Kx "Aliunedn" a small
nust(j tnent of the
In 1 S. a 11m. Meulei! TIhh.
G tiitiuticJ ihe finest in the Klngdi m.
I QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
LEWIS J. LEVY,
Noli- Aucut I'm' tin, lEnwulluu
M iNlautlH. (lu-
TOB PRINTING ol nil klmU exo
U cutid al tho Uajly IJuu.etik OJUco
M u W&M
The Annual Ghing.Out of
BOOK 33EJ2HK. !
TllB " QUIET GIRLS
Have arrived and can be seen
For San Francisco
With Immecliato Despatch.
The At hen Bulsh Bark
rFMIK attention of shippeis of Sugar,
L Uiee m d oilier Island I'roducc is
dirccteil io llils liist class Vessel.
PSrAopli',iitions for space should be
Hindu immulialely to
G. W. MACFARLAZf E & CO.,
APAIK nf G..1.I !: c- Hliis'Cf . Finder
will bu luumded on letuiniug
same to Uum.i.ii.n Olllcc. 32 :;t
NOTICE to OKEDITOBS.
rMIIj umhirsitjmd io notice thai
-1 tin) hum hi m .p n e 1 s-iittm.s
of Brown i. Co., merchants, of Uono.
All i crtons Iming ai y ihinis against
the said 111 m win ther iti.iiri.-d by moil
gagu or oiluruie, are roiifiud lo pie
bent the sumo to tin; A'-'-lgiiCis, within
three months fiom Aprdajnl insinnt.
All I inarms Imli.tili il In Mn.ctu llrj.uin
& Co me r iiiustKd to m.iku imnittiiate
p.-imonl to lliowu & Co. or the
A. .J. UAIU'H illUUT,
W. P. ALLEN.
Assignees of Uioin Si Co.
Honolulu, Apu), i!l, 18 8. 531m
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
InrjiiM cireulii mn m any pupir
piinnd fn iliib Killed m. SO ciiuspir
IAVANh hmmb !
Imported Direct from Havana.
C. 0, BERGER.
PITT & SCOTT'S
Ucticrnl sl!;iiij.inir As'ii'y nuil I'or-
Goods, Parcels, Qaflgagc, Etc., Etc.,
Pnrwaidcd to und fi'iin nil pnits of
I ho v-o Id.
C. 0. D. nmonnts of involccb eollcctcd
iu imy country.
ca-Turlll'M of JIatL-M on AiiUiutloiiir3
General AgnnlB for Hawaii in Islands,
J. E. BROWN ancf CO.,
Ofl 2S Meichuut Street. if
ii 'iJ &a c
Tim STOCK OP
w tors. airs, aiif snipi
.,Mww, iiiu, uu UJ,UUIJ
IJelonjiinf; to tho iindcrtilgnid, will be
Very Low Prices
During tho month of May, 168-, and all
jmitltu uMiing to fiupjilv them.
tclvi'p, will do well to rail and
L'.vimini' the (jiiods hi'fnre
'X'lie GOODS miiHt bo sold
And ciiiliriioii the I5iht ArOMnicui of
Good Family Aili'-les, that can bu
lonnil in thin uily.
Al BHOWH & GO.'s Store,
No. 14 Meiclitint Street.
AL!X. J. C.XHT WRIGHT,
V,'. V. Al.LKN,
Afslgnrii of III own & Co,
Honolulu, April 2tf, 1688. 28 lm
rial uSftViiife-"" r
i ii-t mui If
1st m fH ! tn B
Auction Sales by Lewis i, Lovoy.
This Thoroiichbrcd Slnlllon will ho
offeicd at Auction,
On MONDAY, May 7th, 1888,
AT IS 0CLOCK SOOX
CSTPiriicnhtis of his Pcdlgico and
OlUclnl HieeriU will ho gtvcu nt S.tle.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
35 11 Atic Imioer.
Tlio Volcano is Active, mid tho 15ct
Kotito is via
earner " KINA!
To Kc.uilion; thenro Pourteen M!'e by
llor-n' nnd Wimon to the Vnleano Ho'ie.
'I'oii.ifcti by our Lin- Ipum' Hoioln'u.
On Monday, May 7, at 4 p, in,,
Per S'trn- '"KIITAU," and lmve
Two Days & Two lights
At the Voleino. IJetnininp, will
urmc in lloiioliiln."
Sunday Morning, May 13tli,
TicKelf, tliieh includes all charge:
CS?" Tor Information or Tickets,
ider's Sleap 0o!5
Ontee: Cume- of Fort & Q teen Stiects
Honolulu, May S, l.s!:8. !!2 -It
7 ,1 ESSIiS. Julius, Hntiiiir and Hcinrieli
Ul Kuijes are admitted as naiti
into our lirm.
P. A. SCIIAKFER & CO.
Honolulu, la3 1, 1S ;t' lw
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'R Jockey Club.
HAY, JJi 11, 1888.
Races io Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUNNING RACi: 4 Milo Dash.
Pice for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACU I Jlile Dah.
For Hawaiian bled hoisps owned
by members of the .Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of tho
one winning it, twice.
3rd KINO'S PLATE.
TliOTTINC and PACING RACK
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
haiiiess Mile Heats, Jiest I! in ii.
4tli KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACK 14 Mile D:tb.
Pico for all. if but one -tarlh to
5lli KAPIOLANI PA11K PLATE.
'WOTTING and PACING RACK
'Mile Heat!', best il In S. i'lce for
all. All horses having a icenid of
2:1)0 or better to go io wagon.
RUNNING RACK? Mile D.teh,
Open to all il-ycar old llawaliaii
bred hoise only.
7II1-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACK 1 Milo DaAu
Flee lor all Winner io heat the le
eoid of "Angle A," 1:154. To be
inn for annually.
8ili-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
RUNNING RACK-4 Milo Heals',
bcM 2 lu it. Hawaiian hied hor.-es.
Cup to become the propeity of tho
winner two consecutive years.
Olli JOCKEY CLUB POST HATCH.
SWKIil'STAKKS TROTTING mid
PACING RACK-Milu Heals, best
'X in il. Fiee for nil limt-cs that
have not a rccoid of 3 minutes or
better to bo dtiven in Fi.iler load
o.i 1 1 h by members of thu Club.
lOlli LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACK ? Milo Dash.
Fieo for all.
1 1th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-Iinnds or
under, und il-ycar old or over.
BSb" Rules icgai ding entiles and
Minting aie buspended in races against
qHE ONLY READABLE PA--f.
PER in tho Kingdom "Tho
Daily JJulIctlu." CO cents per month.
-M'-. . r . .
volcano is Active !
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
OH UBEMT TERMS.
Uy order of Misrs. Theo. H. Unvlcs
.t Co.. (on nrcmmt of vncallng premises
for iplmlldlnt'). I will e'l at Public
Auction, nt nty Stlorooni, comer of
Port nrd Quein blrtcts,
On MONDAY and TUESDAY,
aXtn.v rtli unci tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
A Fine Assortment of .
New and Desirable Goods !
12s Recent Arihtl I'onsUUng In
j ait us follow 8!
Dry loads ! Groceries !
Oioeltisiy ?c G181hh-viii'o I
Itlintkdtx, I.ivtrpool Suit, Ma - ware,
"While antl Brown Cottons!
Print, Tnllor' (ood,
Drills ! Silk Handkercliiefs !
"Woolen nrd Cotton "hnvl,
Perfumery, Neckties, Laces, Ribbons,
Y.ic, Ktc, Kte., l)u.
TlJiy .A'X, iSA.11::.
L.EW1B J. IiiSVISY,
81 Ol Auctioneer.
J 5 E" -
On THURSDAY, May iOili, '88
at io o-cr.ocit a. ni..
At t'ie rcsidenre of Wm. Waj;encr, ion
iicrount of dcp-iiuiro;, corner of Port
& Kuktii sliecl, 1 will tell at Public
Auction, the whole of his
Household Furniture and Effects,
Consisting in part us follows: One
Upright "Fischer" Piano and Stool,
(A splendid instrument.)
One Black Walnut Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Plush Ncirly New.
1 Black Walnut Bedroom Sit, li. W.
One yVi-ili liedi'oom JSet, I
Hair MiHiafS, Spiing Muttrasscs,
Cornices & Lace Cuitiius,
Oil iaintiisg uuil 1'ictuvcs !
I Light Clmulelier, I. imp-i, Clock,
1 Km go Minoi, Feitlier Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Mailing,
Large Center Rugs & Small Rugs !
V,. V Sideboard, Center Table,
Gl'OfiliCl'X &i GrlilNN-W'llVO I
1 Stove &, Ivitchen Ulcn-ils, Meat Safe,
tlofriernliir, Itutli Tub, Etc., Kte.
JLEWIS J. LEVEY,
3) fit Auctioneer.
SPECIAL SALE OF
I am i
m i'ls'rurled by Mesis. II. Ilnckfeld
& Lo., to oUVr at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 16th,
AT IO O'CIiOCIt A. 31..
At my ilcsiooins, cornei of Foit aud
IJuefii streets a choice lot of
New and Elegaut Household Furniture
Bonk Gisss ! Site !
Wardrobes, Biiicnus, Tables and
Ktugercti, in Mahogany ami
Vienna Bent Wood Furniture!
Garden Seats, Rugs & Carpets,
Traveling Trunks & Hugs,
PICTURES AND OTHER
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
LOS I A rarecl cont lining a pair of
New Boots about a week aco.
Inquire this odlce. S3 lw
U Kins! st. . M
74 King st.
Rattan & Heed Furniture,
Pianos . Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CrrSAESFJQ TO RENT.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
J. adYoitieu in tlio Daily Buixktw,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Administrator's Salo of
REAL ESTATE 1
BY vlrtuo of nn otdcr of Snlo grnnled
by the Hon. Kdwnid Preston, Jus
tlcoor tho Stipicimi Court in Probate,
ou the 12ih dny of April, A J IS8S,
the uuilerslgned will sell at Public
Auction, at ihe Salesroom of Jns. P.
Morgan, Auctioneer, on Qucou otrcet,
in Ilouoltilii, Island of Oaliii,
On TiK'silny, Mny 8i, 188B.
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
For Cash on tho execution or title deeds,
the fallowing liind, viz:
All that certain piece of parcel of
land situate nt Puulcna, Mauoa Valley,
In sold Island of Oaliu, and bounded
nud described ns follows:
Apaua A ICiilu and Tmo Land. Com.
meiiclng al the Kast comer nt thu Chi.
none ro-ul, nnl niniiinj;:
Noith 07 00' Weil, ;il links; r onn
07 U0' West, 211 llnltHi South i!2 tSO'
We-l, ,SJ lluks; North 03 UO' WesC, fi'J
linUsi 8imih 17 00' Wi.i, .M links;
North C0 00' Wesl, LVJ ' IuS.i-, S null
84 15' WoM, .20 linUs; oil It i) 00'
Weir, .mi linKs; South CO - :0' KaM,
ii.r.O links along Apana I); Noith 0 00'
Knst, 1 links ul nig Annua 1!; Smith
71 00' Kitil, Uifl links iiiong Apana 13;
South 02 00' Esut, a.OO links along
p.in HiNfiiliiilOD' Kast, ii fit) links
io ini'hii I oint, aivl coul'iiniiig an una
I 'J Oil 'utto, nud Le.ng pi't i'f Royal
Put in No. -POL C, -mrd No. IH20
to Pitiluhl, and R i ul 1 nlent No. 251)9,
I . C. Aiiid Si). 1010 to Upepe.
The nbi.ve iiroperty is n part of the
K-lale of S. Niipnhul.npu, lute of Uono
jJeJ" Heeds m the e.pcnsc of tho pur
ohttser. Fuiilier partirulnis may be obtained
nf the undersigned ;it his olllcc, No. 27
MciYhanl t-tiei't, Honolulu.
.1. M. MONSAKRAT,
Adiniutia'or of the Estate of S. Na
piihukapu. I, ICnluuiRiiiimoe (), liaving a life
Ktntc in the above' iksuribed premises
hciehy join with the Administrator in
the s ile thereof and agree to cm cute a
deed lo the pinclne-cr thereof to rotivoy
my estate therein to period and com
plete thu title iu fee simple.
KAUANAAUMOIC, licrX mark.
Wiltno;: Kdiniind II. Hart.
Honolulu, Aoiil Bl, 18SS. 33 4t
iale of Leases !
By order of the Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4tli, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho
LEASES ef tho following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
For a Term of IS Years.
I The Ahupuaa of "Waialia, dr
cribed in K. P. No. 1930.
2 Land at Kahului, ICona, described
in 11. P. No. C277 A.
3 Ahupuaa of Kulmlui, Kona, apana
3, It. P. 1000.
4 Ahupuaa of ICalania, Kona, apana
2, It. P. 1C0U, L C A. 801G B.
5 Ahupuaa ot Pahoeboo, Koua,K. P.
G Ahupuaa of Kaloko, apana 11, L
C. A. 7715, containing -1303 acres.
7 Ahupuaa of Linihauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of It. P. 3118, containing 3910
8 Ahupuaa of Ilonuaula, apana 4
and 5, of It. P. 31dS, containing 20 48 100
0 Ahupuaa of Moeanoa, apaua 27, of
L C. A. 01)71.
1 0 Also, the Lease for 5 years of tho
Kula portions of Mokaue.i, at Kitlihi,
Oahu, nmkiil of the rice plantation, and
e.Myiiding lo within 100 feet of lish
ponds of His Majesty.
11 Also, the Le.ise for 10 years of
tho unkascd portion of Iwilei, includ-'
ing Sea Pishery, containing about 04
aeres, moie or less.
And at the same lime will bo sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Dcr-crihod in It. P. 3155, L. C. A. 0705 B
contain'ii, g'.i Hoods and MItoa.
Terms Payable semi-annually in
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
ESTPor further particulars apply to
the Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
35 cod Auctioneer
Has just received ex.Austrulia a very
handsome assortment of all tho
Iu the Ulillincry JLine, such as
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, o Most Excellent Assortment of
3P 3L. u m: oe S
0l J JHrect from lSnropc. lm
NOriCKis hereby given that I will
not pay any dobts contracted iu
my name without my written order.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 23 tf
Latest Mfp Novelties
-if . -' , B'fee.' Jsa.iAfe.'if,fe3S ' X. s.-iOiiA..fl,-. -UwiJvl - .
White Bros.' Port Cemmt
Coal Tar, Stocloli Tar,
P. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
P. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
roil ham: iiv
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Another Prcsh Lot of
-ir m H
Jiut arii ved and
FOR SALE CHEAP
Algeroba Firewood & Charcoal I
JIado fiom Algeroba Wood.
At JOM-E. GOLBURN'S,
JJcll Tele. 63. -aJST Mutual Tele. 837.
FOK SAK FKAKCISCO,
Tlio now and flue Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at ilonolidu from Sydney
and Auckland on nr about
June 3, 1888.
And will lcavo for tho above port with
mulls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having STJ.
PEIJIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WiL G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Rflay 10, 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
Por freight or passage, bavinir SU-
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Asronta.
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FJRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho abovo
Tuesday, Rflay 8th,
For Freight or Passage, npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
New York Line.-
An Al vessel. will bo despatched by
this Line for Honolulu, to leavo
New York in all May.
Por further Information apply to
W. II. CR0SSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE.
ABOUT ecven acres of good pasture,
rice or garden land, at Ifapalama,
about a milo and n half from town, with
a two-story dwelling house, kitchen
stable and other out houses.
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