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In nccoidanco with Section 1, of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 188G:
All pcrsotiB holding water privi
leges, or thoso paying water rates,
are hereby notified tliat the water
rates for tho tcim, ending December
31, 1888, will be duo and payablo at
the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the IbI of July, 1888.
All such rates lcmaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc duo,
will bo Biibject to an additional 10
Parties paying rales will please
prcsont thoir last loccipt.
Rates are payablo at tho ofllcc of
tho Water Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
The statuto allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C1IAS. JJ. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 15, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
J3u.nU ol Culilfex-iiin, H. la
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christclnirch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Sut established for the bci.efit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1888.
THE POI BILL.
A bill "to regulate the manufac
ture of poi in tho city of Honolulu"
is now before tbe House. Tho iirst
section of the bill makes the manu
facture of poi within certain pre
scribed limits unlawful, unless as
provided for in Section 2. This
section requires the construction,
within the limits designated, of "a
building specially designed for the
manufacture of poi, which may be
rented in sections to those wishing
to engage insaid manufacture."
Tlicie is no question that "the
manufacture of poi within the limits
of the city of Honolulu has been
found to constitute a nuisance on
account of the large amount of
waste and refuse matter resulting
therefrom," and therefore such
manufacture should be "regulated"
by law. But for the Government
to engage in the enterprise to the
extent of constructing a building
for poi manufacture, and compel
ling manufacturers to occupy and
pay rent for the same or go beyond
the limits, is questionable.
It is the duty of Government
to protect the people from all nui
sances, but not to take into its
own hands any manufacture or busi
ness which may, under certain cir
cumstances or in certain locations,
constitute a nuisance. A bakerj', a
restaurant, a butcher's shop, and
many other necessary establish
"on account of the
of waste tand refuse
matter resulting therefrom," be
come nuisances, if conducted in an
uncleanly manner. Is it therefore
the duty of tho Government to erect
bakeries, coffee-houses, or butcher's
shops? The next step would be for
tho Government to tako into its
own bands tho Manufacture and
furnishing to customers. Wo might
feel honored to have the Minister of
Interior deliver our beef, the Attorney-General,
'our bread, and
so on ; but have too much
respect for thoso gentlemen
and their high olllces to wish
this honor. Poi factories, wash-
houses, coffee-shops, etc, Bhould
ho left to private enterprise, the
Government restricting them within
proper bounds to prevent their bo
coming public nuisances.
THEY WANT THEIR MOHEY.
In our opinion, no reason has
been given in the Legislature or tho
prebs sufficient to delay tho bring
ing beforo tho House of tho Appro
priation Bill. This bill is always
tho most important measure which
tho Assembly has to deal with, and
takes tho grcalost length of time.
Thoso who object to its introduc
tion, for icasoii3 whicli tlioy liavo
intimnlcd, seem forgetful of the fact
that every bill must have three
leadings bofoic it can become law,
and that changes may bo mndo at
the final reading.
What is of greater concern to
many interested parlies, thoso hon
orable gentlemen seem quite indiffer
ent about keeping ninny poor people
waiting indefinitely for the payment
of their just dues. I. 0. U.s or
promises to pay, for work dono for
or services rendered to the Govern
ment, arc being hawked around the
town. Some persons arc fortunate
in securing purchasers by allowing
a liberal discount ; others fail even
on these tcrms. Then there are re
gular employees of the Government
who have had no pay for months.
Business people, loo, who furnish
supplies, and can ill afford to wait,
lire anxiously looking for their
The public creditors have waited
until thoir patience is becomi ex
hausted. They want their mono',
and as they cannot get it until it is
voted, thoy want the Appropriation
Bill passed, with as little delay as
possible. And yet the Government
declines to bring it forward, and the
people's representatives endorse the
delay. These gentlcmen,by this act,
bring upon themselves the opprobii
um of those whom they are snpposcd
A TYPHOON IN A TEAPOT.
Quite a "typhoon in a teapot""
has, during the week just ending,
disturbed the quiet of our peace
able little town. Our friend, the
new Advertiser, whom ouc gentle
man or lady, it does not matter
which, calls "the j'outhful and
caustic editor," caused the storm.
lie published a very harmless ai ti
de, somewhat to the effect that the
attendance at public entertainments
in Honolulu rather indicates that
what is considered high class en
tertainment is in disfavor with the
majority, while the lower class is
popular; from which it is natural
to infer that the intellectual portion
of the community is in the minoiity.
This is how we read the article,
and such is the impression it left on
our memory. At the present writ
ing it is not convenient to turn back
to last Monday, and sec if the im
pression is strictly accurate.
Well, this mild and moderate ex
pression of opinion excited the com
munity, especially those who were
not present at a ceitain lectiue, and
arc said thereby to have placed
themselves without the limits of
"pure intelligence and genuine cul
ture." The "youthful editor" thus
eaily in his editorial career made a
stroke that brought him into pro
minence. Many people wondered
what the Bulletin would say, and
when it said nothing concluded that
it was afraid to tackle so bold a bel
ligerent. Really, the Bulletin
saw no occasion for alarm. In-fact,
rather enjoyed the Advertiser's
article, believing that it came won
derfully close to the tuith; at least
in the intimation that a lecture, or
any description of entertainment of
a purely intellectual nature, is not
adapted to the taste of the majoiity
of Honolulu people. We have long
recognized this fact. A few people
may be found whose tastes arc of
a high order, but thoy arc in the
minority, here as well as every
where else. Wc, editorially, can
not claim membership with the mi
nority. We are with the majority
this time, sure.
Most people who work hard,
whether with brains or muscle, dur
ing the day for a living, do not
care to devote tho evening to pure
ly intellectual pursuits. Thoy
want, because they need, relaxation.
When they go out to spend an even
ing, it is to bo amused, and if they
cannot be amused thoy do not care
to go. So called high class enter
tainments may instruct and edify,
if the hearers are in a framo of
mind to bo instructed and edified.
But thoy do not amuse. Therefore
thoy are not popular, and ordinary
mortals prefer absenting themselves.
They are eager to sec a comedy, or
a farce or anything which amuses
and excites a laugh, and they feel
all the belter for the diversion.
This is tho whole thing in a nut
shell. To enter into a discussion
upon the principles of good taste
and refined feeling would be only a
waste of time.
A SMALL Gold Rrcast Flu,
word "Aloha." Finder
EMTIO tO iJUL
FROM LIMA TO CHICLA.
a mm: ovi:n Tin: ohoya uaii.hoad.
This wonderful work, ono of tho
grandest monuments of American
pluck, perseverance- and engineer
ing skill, was begun in 1870, tho
contractor being tho famous Henry
Mciggs, and the Chief Engineer,
B. F. Cilloy.
It was intended to go acioss tho
Andes, from Lima to Oroya, in tho
valley of Xanxa, with a branch to
(Jciro tie l'asco, where there nro
fine silver mines. At prcsont, how
ever, (1S87), It only reaches Chicla,
to which point it was finished in
1877. At that time two things oc
curred to prevent further work.
Meiggs died, and tho money of the
rcnivian Government gave' out. It
is sometimes said that Meiggs'
death ended it, but, from conversa
tion with those who know the his
tory of the road, this I think an ei
ror, and it is almost certain that the
road would have been completed
had the money held out.
While no ono would detract from
tho fame of Mciggs, it must be re
membered that he was not'thc en
gineer of the road, except in a finan
cial sense. In fact ho was the Dc
Lcsseps of the Oroya road, as wc
may say Dc Lcsseps was the Meigcs
of the Panama Canal. Tho ical
hero of this work is Mr. Cillcy, tho
Chief Engineer. To his indomita
ble courage, which triumphed over
the most disheartening dilllcultics
is due the Oroya Raihoad.
As finished to Chicla, tho road is
8Gf miles (189C kilometers), long
from Callao, and rises to a height
at Chicla or 12,220 feet (3,72o me
tres), above tho sea level. In this
distance there arc over GO tunnels
of different lengths, and at least five
good-sized bridges, one of these
that of Verrugas, being nearly GOO
feet long, and with its center pier
252 feet (7G.8 metres) high.
Some of these facts we heard be
fore our trip; othcis we learned
during our journey, and still others
have tianspircd since.
Owing to the kindness of the
Messrs. Eyre, the managers of
Grace Biothers & Co., the steam
coupe, La Favorila, was placed at
the disposal of a part' of olllccrs of
the U. S. S. Vandalia", for July 14th.
This coupe is a small locomotive
with a comfortable little cab, which
will hold eight readily, built on to
When wc began making up the
party, those who were going were
the recipients of a great deal of
good advice from some who had
already made the trip. Warm cloth
ing and winter overcoats were as
serted to bo a sine qua non, and
warnings about the danger of vio
lent exerciso at the great altitudes,
wcie freely given. Descriptions of
the Sirocc, and hopes that none
would suffer from it were also heard.
Finally the 11th came and while
all the French people in Lima were
getting ready to celebrate tho be
ginning of French liberty by the
taking of the Bastilo, we Americans
were taking an early bicakfast, and
preparing for a climb heavenwards.
Nor did wc fail to take along a
good supply of sandwiches to keep
up strength, nor of that roviver of
drooping spirits which comes from
the Blue Grass Region. At Callao
wc saw old Capt. Plummer,.lhe sta
tion master, a vankee who has been
here many years. He gave us a lot
of cards with the names of the sta
tions, and heights above sea level,
and wished us a pleasant journey.
At Lima, wc found waiting "La
Favorita," with Mr. Schenck the
train dispatcher for Engineer. Hero
also wo met Mr. Hubbell, the Gen
eral Supetintendent of the road,
who was Cilley'3 right hand man in
the construction period.
Finally, at 7:40 a. m., we were
safely started, and all piepaied to
be duly impressed with the wonders
of the road, and the grand sights of
a climb up the side of the Andes.
At first, on leaving Lima, we sim
ply saw well cultivated fields, for
we were not yet at tho foothills, but
at tSaula Clara, the first station,
about 1300 ft. high, wc began to
feel that we were climbing.
All this lime too, tho sky was
covered with the clouds which seem
to hang over Callao and Lima con
tinuously, but wc were looking for
relief from these, and when we ar
lived at Chosica, 83 miles (53 km.),
from Callao, 2800 feet (850 metres)
high, we found that wo wore above
the low clouds, and had over us a
beautiful, blue, sunny sky, with
only a few cumulus clouds scattered
here and theie.
To bo continued.
be told at publio
auction at tho Government
I'ound, nt Wahuano, District of Ewa,
ouTUUKSDAY.Juno 28th, ntnoou: 1
bullock with led stiipe, wiio at tho
nose, tho tip of tho horns cut, alro a cut
on tho neck, white Bpot on the stomach
and tail, branded bomowhat like a. for
Dowsttt; foro and hind left legs ato
branded with the same, and below is
binnded with a peculiar brand.
Pound Master of Waimano, Dittrlct
of Kwa. 73 lw
Lectures by Mrs. F. Williams
AT Harmonv Hall, on "Bal.ac,"
."George Eliot," "Tolstoi," "Mar.
cus AiiroliiiB," "Repulilio of Venice"
and "Schopenhauer-." Juno 20th. July
Cth, 10th, 17th and 24th, at 7; IB o'clock,
Tickets at tho bookstores or tho door.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise It iu tho Daily Bullbtim,
rpVO nirn to work at a dairy. Apply
X to DAVIS & WILDER,
70 8t Foit street.
Notice of Removal
fTUlE office of tho Intoi.hhnd Steam
JL Navigation Company lias been re.
moved to the premises lormcrly occu.
pled by Pioico & Co., on Queen street.
Vosirublo Building: Lots
I70R SALE two bullJlnir
I' lnfa ndoti )ft fnn ltf Kf
!2K3 feet, and ono lot 70 foot by
100 feet, beautifully situated at the
corner of Lmialllo and Kaplolanl streets.
These eligible sites command extensive
1uwb of laud and ocean. Thoy aro
fenced, cleared and planted with trees,
and have water laid on. Terms to suit
puichacis. Apply to
70 8t II. M. DOW.
J USX RECEIVED
ilferpress Olofh !
AS USED IN GERMANY.
-FOR. SALE BY-
Saturday Evening, June 23rd,
Farewell Reception of
Washington Irving Bishop.
By special request,
jCJELE secket of
New & Startling Experiments !
Without contact with the subjects
of the tests.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Bo plan will he open on "Wednesday
morning, at 0 o'clock, nt J. E. Brown &
Co.'s, Merchant street. 71 td
MVKIO furnished for ball?, parties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Band. Orders lert at O. E. Williams',
or ling ug Mutual Telephone 330. 74 tf
rpHE undersigned as Assignee of
X Chun Hoy, "of Honolulu, a bank
rupt, has the following articles belong,
ing to tho following pcrsous loft with.
Chun Hoy for icpairs, namely:
1 Clock belongs to Leo Choy.
" A While Man.
" A Chinaman.
" A Colored Man.
" 'A Chinaman.
" Ah Chuck.
" A Natlvo Policeman.
" Chun Foong.
" Chang Wal Chock.
" A Chinaman.
" A Chinaman.
11 Man Chiu.
" A Chinaman.
1 Music Box holongs to Young Leo.
And ho hereby notifies tho ownois of
tho nbovo named articles that If tho
snmo nro not claimed on or beforo tho
10th day of July next, thoy will ho sold
at auction for tho benefit of whom it
W. O. PAKKE,
Assigneo of tho KBtato of Chun Hoy,
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1888, 74 3t
Real Estate For Sale.
4 LOTS on tho makai sido
i of Berctanla street, near
Kceaumoku street, in this
city, Artesian water right
bcuutlful location, terms easy. Iuquiro
at GULIOK'S AGENCY.
17 OR SALE at tho Bcformatoiy
JJ School, by tho halo or ton,
W. G. NEEDHAM.
JL "Tho Dally Bulletin." 00 centB
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
ASSIGNEES' SALE OF
lty order of W. I Allen and A. J. Cart.
w right, Aiwignccsof tlio Estato
of 1 Drown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 25tli, '88,'
AT lit O'CLOCK MOOX,
At tho storo of Brown & Co,Mcrchnnt
2 Koa Desks, 2 Iron Safes,
1 2- Wheel Delivery Wagon.
1 Drny, Hnnd Cart, c,
1 Bottling Machine, 1 Corking Machine.
70 cases ol Fine Champagne,
Cases Port fine, &i, &.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, June 27, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the lesidcnco of M. Leslie, Ucrctania
blrcet, on account of departure,
I will sell at l'uullc
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Larp Centre & Sofa Ris,
Vienna Chairs & Rockers,
"Wicker Rockers, 1 Pendant Light,
Poles & Curtains,
1 Bj W. Marble-top Bed'm Set
Spring & Hair Math-asses,
Mosquito Net & Pillows,
Bed Linen & Blankets, &c,
2 Cots & Sattrass,
1 Cane Settee,
1 Wicker Bottom Child's Crib,
One Oil Range and Utensils,
Crockery & Glassware,
1 Filter, &c,
1 Ice Chest, 1 Meat Safe, &c, &c.
Sale of Leases
By order of tho Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will Eell at Publio Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, June p,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
The Leases of tho following
Pieces or Parcels, of Lands,
Term, of 15 Years:
1 House Lot on King street opposite
Kawaiahao Church, L. O. A. 2U0, R.
P. 4'BO B, apana 2, containing 0 square
chains, 3'J square fathoms, and 33 square
feet. Upset price, $200 per annum.
2 Lot 35 at KapaUulu, Waikikl,
apana b2. L. C. A. 85&0 B. 31t acres.
:$ Lot at Manoa. R. P. 130. 0 30-100
4 Lot nt Manoa. L. O. A. 1950. R.
P. 2593. 73 100 acres.
5 Land at Moanaltia, apana 2 and 3.
R. P. 420. L C. A. 1751. 83-100 acrc3.
G Lund at Kailua, Oahu, apana 2.
Grant 2000. 5 75-100 aercs.
7 Laud at Kauhaku, Kona, Hawaii.
II. P. 2020. 373 acres.
8 Keopu 2, N. Kona, Hawaii. Part
of K. P. 3148 apana 1.
i) Aliupuaa of Kauhiula, Ililo, Ha
waii, award 15. R. P. 5711. Contain
ing 75 acics.
lO Tho Kish Pond of Pahounui,
Mokauca. Pan of L. O. A. 0160. 10
11 Fish Pond of Annnoholki, Mo
kauea. Part of L. C. A. C450. 18 2.10
ia Pibh Pond of Annnohonui, Mo
kauca L. O. A. 01C0.
1J Seaflahery of Mokauca. Paitof
L.O. A. 0ID0. 200aores,
14 Also the leat.0 for 10 years of lot
at Pnnahou. Section 2ofupaua2. R.
P. 5001. L.O. A 8241. 80 24-100 acres.
15 Lot 18 at Kapiolani Park for tho
unexpired term of leiuo from tho Ka
piolani Park Association.
Parties purchasing the leases of the
Fish Ponds, will bo required to furnish
a bond of $500, for tho faithful perform
ance of contract.
payable Semi-annually in
tho Trustees or to
particulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
rilO purchase a young
JL Milch Cow. Apply
to " R. L.," Buli.eiin
olllce. 73 -It
TO purchase or lease about
two acres land situated
in tho Wniklki District.
J, E. BROWN & CO,,
28 Merchant street.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovey.
By order of G W. Jlocfnrlnno & Co. tho
iho Credit Sale at my Salesrooms
Will be Continued
Jnil 25, 1888
AT 10 O'CIiOOIC A
When will bo offered
line XuriiitixrQ !
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
A Few Choice
Ladles' & Gents'
S .A. JO 3D 3L. 13 SS !
And a Now Lot of
BRANDIES, WINES & BEERS,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
REVENUE SALE !
TQY virtue of
a decrco issuing out of
Sunrrmo Court of tho Tla-
wtiilati Mauds y. 407 flats, conllscatul
under the Bcvenue Liiwa of this King
dom, I v. Ill sell at I'ublio Auction, at
On TUESDAY, June 26, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
For tho benefit of tho Hawaiian
407 Assorted Hats.
CSTTho Hnts will bo on
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 2t Auctioneer.
Executors' Sale of a Valuable Lease in
Honolulu At Auction.
BY order of O. Bolto nnd L. A Thurs
ton, Executors of the Estate of
Geo. Englehardt, deceased, 1 will sell at
Public Auction, at my Salesrooms,
On Wednesday, Juno 27tli,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOO,
Tho lease of tho property described as
A co tain pieco of land and buildings
tbciLun, situated on tl o makni side of
Queen street, commencing on Queen
from tho southeast corner of Queen and
Richard stioets, and lately occupied by
tho deceased Geo. Englehardt. The
lciso has two years to run frnm June 1,
I8SS, and the Tent is-$21 per month or
$252 per annum. Theio is a sulilcabc
of a portion .of the property for tho
same length of time granted to W. K.
Sharr.it at a monthly reulal of 10, nnd
there is on this portion of tho propeity
a comfortable cottujjc and stabling for
seven horses, with a large piece of land
suitable for pasture.
35"Terms Cash, and deeds at expense
of pui chaser. For further particulars
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho final
entries for the Hawaiian Deiby,
milo dash for 2-ycar olds, natlvo
bied, to bo uiu undci tho auspices of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of June, 18S0, will bo closed on tho SOth
of Juno, 1888.
Also, that nominations for tho follow
ing l aces must bo handed to thoSecic
tary, accompanied with entianco fee,
on or bcfoio tho :10th of June, 1888.
"Hawaiian Deiby," 1890 foals of
1888 Sweepstakes of 50 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may dhcet.
milo daBh for 2-year olds, native bred,
810 to bo paid on nomination, and 15
on or bcfoio tho SOth of Juno, 1880, for
feit uuless tilled by payment of tho ic
mainlng 825 on or befoio Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Club Cup," for
1880 Sweepstakes of $25 added. 1 milo
dash for 8-year olds, natlvo bred, $10
to bo paid on nomination, foifeit'uulcss
tilled by payment of lcmalulug 81C on
or bcfoio Juno 1, 1680,
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1800 Sweepstakes of ?50 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may direct. 1
milo dash for 3-year olds, native bred,
foals of 1887, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, and $15 on or beforo tho SOth of
Jiiue, 1881), foifolt unless filled by pay
incut of the leinaiulng $25 on or bcfoio
Juno 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1801 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may direct. 1
milo dahh for 3-year olds, native bied,
foals of 1888, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 10 on or bcfoio Juno 80, 1880, nnd
$25 on or before June SO, 1800, foifeit
unless filled by payment of tho lemalu
ing 850 on or before Juuo 1, IbOl.
E5?"Entiies mndo after above dates
must pay double.
O. O. BERGER,
Sccietary, Hawaiian Jockoy Club.
NEW JSOODS !
Tho undersigned calls tho attention of
tho public to
New Lines of G-oods
Just received ox late nrrlvals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Hnsn ltnll OooiIh, XovcIm,
Bound Story Books
A complcto lino of
Plain and Fancy- Stationery 1
Together with everything to bo found In
a well-appointed stationery store.
INSPECTION IS INVITED-o
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho well-known and favorite Al Bark
iiiu dA -nM:
Cousin, : : JIastku.
Will leave for the above port
On or about the 19th instant.
ESTFor freight or passage having
Sui'Kiuon Cauin nnd Stkkiucih AccomJ
modationb, apply at the olllce of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
IN LARGE VARIETY !
-FOR SALE BY-
C5JPrices lists furnished
Just rccclvtd a lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
' or THE
Tho above arc of tbii year's manufacture
and from tho leading factories
rf the East.
C. W. MACFARLANE.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' nnd Childrens'
And a full line of
Sateens, All , Colors,-
icon ham: at
67 No. 10 Store. 2w
(Successors to Sanders' Express &
M. N. SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'trs.
Olllce, 84 Klnc Htreet.
By tho consolidation of tho above
mentioned business increased facilities
nro obtilncd to satisfy tho wants of the
pub Io in the conducting of a
General Drayago & Express Business.
Wagom of tho Company aro present
nt arrival of inch Foreign and Islands
steamer. Full ch irgo taken of all bug.
gagfs and paicils of trailers, and tho
Bomo checked through, when necesEary,
to nil points. Special attention given to
the removal of pianos and furntturoto
and from nil points in tho oily and ,
suburbs. Reasonable rates for general
drayingaud all business promptly at.
Telcphono No. 0G -aeT Give Us a Call.
N. B. The collecting of Rubbish,
formeily carried on by Mr. N. F. Bur.
gess, w ill bo carried on as usual and
orders may bo left as above. GO 2m
O WHALE BOATSi
O Whalo Boat. 80 feet
loner. !1 fnet
ueep; a leoi wiuoj aaz leet burl lioats:
1 18 feet Surf Boatj 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
completoj 1 2i feet Bulling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
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