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Office Water Works, )
Honolulu, H. I., July 27, 18 8. J
Holders ol water privileges or
those paying water uites are hereby
notified that the hours for usine
water for irrigating purposes arc
from G to 8 o'clock a. M., and from
4 to G o'clock p. m.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: L. A. TmmsTOtf,
Minister of Interior.
BISHOP & Co., BARKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Iohutdsi
Draw Exchange on the
13uul ol Oulil'oraia, . 1?.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sun, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and "Wellii ton,
The Bank of British ColuMbiu, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
a it id
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the ba.rfit of all.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1888.
THAT WOULD BE Sl'iUlDE.
The "Advertiser" "earnestly ex
horts everyone who has 11 e good of
the country at hcait to b ly preju
dice and personal pique, :mk1 every
merely personal grievance. -nd prove,
as it can easily be prove i, that the
cause of public honesty ; ml public
order is as strong here to-day as it
was a year ago." Very sound ad
vice. But tlicic was ihi need for
all that stereotyped ligmnrolc which
led up to it. Our contemporary
would do well not to be perpetually
insinuating that all persons viho do
not endorse in their entirety Gov
ernmental and Legislative pioceed
in"s, arc enemies to reform. This
class is a pretty large one ; and it is
just as strong in favor of "public
honesty and public order" as those
who continually .shout in praise ol
everything that has been done ; in
fact, if the real truth were known,
perhaps a little stronger. It is the
wish of these "malcontents," so
called, to elect to the Legislature a
man of large and liberal mind, capa
ble of independent thought and ac
tion, who will at all times v and in
face of all opposition, maintain the
principles of genuine reform. With
regard to the two gentlemen whose
names are before the public as can
didates for the vacacy Mr. Wilder
and Mr. Schmidt they are both ex
cellent men. lint we believe that,
in the present humor of a majority
of the electors, neither of them, nor
anybody else, can be elected as a
"hard and fast" supporter of the
Government. Let any candidate
announce himself as such, and he
forthwith commits suicide.
A bill is now before the House,
having passed its first reading on
the 7th instant, "to better prevent
illicit traffic in spirituous liquors."
Following is a portion of tho first
section of the bill:
"It shall be unlawful from and
after the passago of this Act, for
any person or persons conducting or
carrying on any business or trade
for the carrying on wh'ch a license
ijj required by the Government or
or any other person except licensed
dealers in spirituous liquors, to
h have or keep or permit on or about the
premises where such business or
any portion thereof is c: .Tied on, or
where any portion of the stock used
or kept for such businct s is stored,
any spirituous liquors whatsoever."
HM.! I- .4 !..,- , - ...
-57 jluis is Diuppnig ones ucer wun a
jsvengeance. If a man who carries
Pon a business under n licence, other
than a licence to sell intoxicants, is dis-
at noou, ih his private oillco, and
sends his boy to Cuiiha'& for a bottle
of beer to wash it down, ho (the
business man) violates this bill.
Again, If a man lives on any part of
tho premises where his business is
being carried on, ho cannot keep or
use thero in his private home any
spirituous UquorB whatever.
lBo the gentlemen of tho Special
Committee Introducing the bill ln
tend their measure to have thirf ef
fect? If so, there is a large amount
of what Mr: Latterly calls "ndlcu
losity" about it. Of course, the
Legislature will never dream of pas
sing the scetum quoted .in its pre
MR. SCHMIDT'S VIEWS ON
From the "I'. C.
Advertiser of Mnv
Mr. II. W. Schmidt, of the firm
of 11. Hnckfetd & Co., vho lecently
left Honolulu for the Coast, en route
for Europe, was interviewed at San
Francisco by a "Call" reporter.
The interview appeared in that paper
on April 18th, and is a just and
comprehensive statement of the
labor problem here, as affected by
Chinese immigration and competi
tion. Mr. Schmidt presents the
salient points of the industrial situa
tion on thec Islands with as much
candor and fairness as possible.
Chinese labor immigration was first
encouraged by the Government and
a large proportion of the population,
he said, but a comparatively short
experience changed this idea. Tho
Chinese kept pouring into the Isl
ands until it became necessary, as a
measure of self-defense, to prohibit
more than twcnty-Ovc persons other
than those having passports from
landing here by any vessel. This,
however, was not lived up to, Mr.
Schmidt said, although it would
have had a salutatory effect. "Inter
ested parties, "he continued, "read
ily contrived to evade it bv various
means. Many of the large planters
and others who had need of numer
ous employes were bitterly opposed
to anjr restrictive measuies, and did
their best to defeat them, thougi the
masses of the people were earnestly
in favor of such. The planters pro
tested, and with much truth, that
foreign labor was a necessity, as thu
natives were not equal to the per
formance of tho work to be douc.
This argument has more recently
been icndcicd untenable by the im
portation of huge numbers of Por
tuguese, who net only have piovcn
eminently satisfactory .11 laborers,
but readily assimilate vitli the na
tive population, and become good
and woilhy titv.ins."
Mr. Schmidt then adverted to the
intense anti-Chinese ficling created
by the persistence of Chinamen
coming to the country despite re
stiictive regulations. This led to
their total exclusion, after April 1st,
except as to Chinese having return
passports. The strength of public
opinion was such, he lcmarked, that
this regulation must be carried out
strictly, even if the Government
weienotso inclined. lie had no
doubt, however, that the regulation
of April 1st would be enforced.
That Mr. Schmidt properly estimated
the position of the Government up
on this point is evident from what
transpired in the Legislature as re
potted by the "Advertiser" of the
Gth instant. The assurance was then
given by His Excellency Mr. Gibson
that the regulations against Chinese
immigration would be enforced, and
there is no reason for doubting the
statement. That tho Legislature did
not doubt it was evident from its
allowing the motion for a written re
ply to the question asked by Mr.
Kalua to drop after tho Ministerial
explanation, although Mr. Dole in
sisted upon having it "black and
white." Furthermore Mr. Gibson
set the matter at rest by a subse
quent explanation iu the Assembly.
The following extract from tho
interview iu question presents a
faithful picture of the actual condi
tion of affairs on these Islands :
"While it is felt that a continua
tion of the Chinese influx would in
evitably, in the end, change Hawaii
to a Mongolian colony, it is, never
theless, generally acknowledged that
no measure tending to expel those
already there could be justified, as
a large majority of them, at least
in coming acted onby upon the Gov
ernment's express invitation. It is
therefore generally conceded that
they have a right to remain, and
this, notwithstanding the fact that
tho natives as a rule regard them
with intense dislike and even hatred.
Nor is this without reason, since,
according to Mr. Schmidt's state
ments, the Chinese have been a
grievous injury to the native Ha
waiiana in 11111113' ways. Not only
have they taken their places as
laborers, but they have constantly,
by one and another meniu, been
gajniug possession of their landed
properly, until now vast tracts of
tho richest Kinds, particularly such
as are fitted for tice cultuio, arc in
the liu'tiiU of C'hineso syndicates or
individual oivjieib, whilo the entiro
group of It-lands ia dolled with Chi
nese honifistuuds. Tho native is by
nature improvident and eii'-y-going,
and the Mongolian immigrants early
learned the advnntago ot becoming
money-lenders where there was such
a profitable fleeld for thu pursujt of
the profession. Land and slock soon
psssed into the linmU of the China
men, and worso than this, in some
instances where a moro than usual
spirit of degredation provails, tho
family relations of tho natives are
Hoferring to our f-oeial conditions
especially, Mr. Schmidt said that it
was a mistake to supposo that Chi
nese and native Hawaiian assimi
lated. There were exceptional cases
where CliinnniPii married native
women and settled down perman
ently, but "the majority remain sin
gle, and whether working as laborers
r piojirietors, all entertain thcinmo
object, namely, to accumulate a for
tune or competence as soon as possi
ble, ami return with it to China. As
common lnboreis, which Is the status
of most of tho Chinese on the Sand
wich Islands," Mr. Schmidt ion
tinned, "they leceivo $1 pur day,
and board thcnuehos upon a few
cunts' worth of lico a day. It is
the difference in the co3t of living,
far more than in the inte of wages,
which renders it impossible for white
laborers to compete with Chinese iu
Hawaii. Except for the Portuguese
the' would now have the laboring
field entirely to themselves, as the
white men who are thpre are almost
all employed as overseers or skilled
mechanics. The Portuguese labor
ers, Mr. Schmidt states, are doing
much for the Islands, ns they take
kindly to the work to bo done and
the people, and those districts in
which they have been employed bear
eloquent witness, in the high state
of productiveness to which they have
been bioughl, to the success or this
latest labor experiment."
The country should feel grateful
to Mr. Schmidt for putting the exact
facts regarding the Kingdom before
the American pcoplo as he has done.
No doubt, during his sojourn in
Sweden, Norway and Germany he
will have frequet opportunities of
speaking about these Istauds, in
which he resided continuously for
twenty years, and will probabby in
fluence some of the better class of
adventitious people to come here and
cast in their fortunes with Hawai
ians. In this way he will be pro
moting the best interest of the King
dom. VKOS VWOS DHOS?
Editou 13uLi.ivm: Isn't it now
in order for the redoubtable captain
of the Honolulu Rifles, who has been
brandishing his resignation in the
faces of his men for the past week,
under threats to resign if "his can
didate" was not sustained, to carry
out his promise? Or will he be
gentleman enough to respect tho
wishes of his company? 15y the way,
is ho the same paily who conspired
to induce the olliccrs of the Killcs
lo mutiny, before the Revolution?
and endeavored to pull them out
of the movement, and break it up?
Iu oilier countries wlteie they have
militaiy establishments, conspiracy
and mutiny would be subject for
drum-bead coiut-maitial ; and it
becomes a pertinent question whe
ther one guilty of such conduct is
entitled to wear the uniform.
THE POLITICAL CONTEST.
Editor Bl'i.i.ltix : To read this
morning's "Advertiser," one who
was not posted would think the
pending contest for Xoble was to be
fought out on straight Government
and opposition hues. There arc
none so blind as lliosc who lefuse to
see. If the flunkey of the "Adver
tiser" would only inspect the list of
"Ward delegates, and compare the
list of those elected with the list of
candidates, and then note the uni
versality with which everyone
against whom there existed a suspi
cion of being tainted with the of
fensive "Family compact" influence
was "snowed under" in seven
eijdiths of the Wards, he would not
be so stupid even if inclined to be
sodishoncst as to represent this as
a fight for the Government on the one
hand, and against it on the other.
The truth is that nine-tenths of the
elected delegates, though in hearty
accord with tho principles enunciat
ed by the Reform platform of 1887,
arc tooth and nail opposed to the
"Family cqtnpnct" clique who at
present dominate public affairs,
either directly or through what has
lately been christened "backstairs"
influence, in the name of the Reform
party. Tlie interest in the contest
ii chiefly of a personal natuie
both candidates having very strong
personal adherents: a result of the
fact that neither of them belongs to
the pharisaical and bigoted element
which comprises the corner stone and
cap stone of the "family compact"
faction. The fact of an overwhelm
ing majority for the nominees of to
night's convention will have no
political significance whatever so
far as party lines are concerned.
7XTI1A Tint) C'cnm I'le every Satur.
JJ day at the "Hint." H 4t
T?XCELLENT Cream Pies to-day at
i he "Kl lie."
IT h been dhcourcil by the doctors
that rooked Taro Flour N excellent
loo ! to- voH add delicate infunte, pie.
..ire.l as follows! One tnule-pooufnl of
i'uolieil Turo Flour mixed vit'i 1 quart
ol hoillug mill;. When cold feed tho
child with a iiuivo bottle. It will give
a child now hfu In u few weuks. 10 at
'lPAnO MUSH Feed tho sick and
i. di llc.ite peri ins on cooked Taro
Flout JIubh, made turn and piepiued
like corn meal lu boiling water, and
nerved with milk mil sne.ar. This nmkei
uu elegant mush. 10 'it
r TARO BISCUITS-Mte Taro Flour
jL very lliiok in bulling water, then
roll in wheat Hour and form into bus.
eii t, uso lilllo butter at hotlom of nan,
miliar a ll'llo but'er over the top of Taro
Ui-cult, thU makes a cheap mid excel,
lert Tnro Takes. 10 at
Tr fDD LE CAKE-T.iko half ryo
Hour lull Tuio Flour, one or two
eggs, nine tint, one loaspdontui oi ltoyai
hul. lug Powder to n cupful of each, bake
or try on griddle. 10 IK
HPARO MUSH tLo 2 tablcspoonB.
J, lul of the Taro Flour to each per.
mm nl mix thlu, v paitd like corn
muil In Lolling water, ceive warm or
cold w 1th milk and suyar. Taro Much
can Maud a day or two if deiiicd, 10 3t
Auction Sales by Jamos F, Morgan.
By otder of J. 11 Putnam, K9( , U. S.
CoDSiil.Gcnciul, I will flfll at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, August 17, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
An assortment of
CLOCKS, ETC., ETC.
Belonging to the Estate of the late
Win. Turner, deceased.
JAS. F. MORGAN,.
THE LARGBGRBDIT SALE
Al the Store of
Messrs. H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Has been postponed lo
MONDAY, August 20th
I, ilUbUUl XJUI.U, 1UUU,
At 10 o'clock a. m., w lieu a Large
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Notice of Copertnership.
''J'UIE undersigned have this day
X formed a copartnership lo conduct
a retail store oa Kinau street, Honolulu,
under the style of Andrade it Co.
Honolulu, August 9, 1888. 17 8t
THE Delegates to tho Nominating
Convention of the Reform Party
will meet SATURDAY EVENING,
August 11th, at 7:!!0 o'clock, at the Leg
islative ILdl, Aliioluni Hale, to choose
a Nominee for Nohle for an election lo
be held August 22nd iust.
K G. SOHUMAN,
Secretary, Central Ex Committee.
Honolulu, August 10, 1S88. 10 2t
Pliolographic View Albums.
tho thing for collectors
A complete assortment just leceived
direct from New York.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
cxamino this line befout puichasing
elsewhere Sizes from 3)j by 4Jf to
10M by 13. For Sale only by the
Hawaiian News Co.
1st Annual Picnic
Park Beach Hotel, Aug. 16, '88,
Flist 11118804 leave corner Hotel & Fort
street at 2 p. it., direct to tho Picnic
Ground, and every half hour
BUUHI) TKir IMItE, 00 CKXXH.
On arriral Opening Chorus by the
Arion: "The Day of Our Lord," after
which will be social games for young
Dancing in tho afternoon and evening
with iatermediate singing of the Club.
JBT" Complimentary Tickets can be
had on application to J. Bartrtm, J.
Ilubash, Ch. Gertz and H. J. Nolte,
which have to be presented at the gate.
Hart & Co. have secured the privilege
to supply Lunches, Ice Cream, Lemonade
and other refreshments on the occasion
of the Arion Picnic and Ball at Park
Beach Hotel. 17 4t
And For Salo at Unusually Low Rates.
WM. J. LEMP'S
In Pints and Quaits.
W. G. Peacock & Co.
17J Merchant St, Honolulu. llw
CLEAN RAGS aud second hand
clothing will bo gratefully recciv
ed for tho uso of tho inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kukiialco,
or ut thu Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokni,
if left with J. T. AVaterhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Storo t&f tf
Auction Sales by Lowis J. Levey.
Auction Sale !
am instructed by Mr. W. II. Urnon.
hulgh, to sell at Public Auction,
at his storo on Fait street,
On Saturday Evening, Aug, 11,
AT 7:110 O'CLOCK,
A large and well selected stock of Fancy
Goods, consisting of
Mil UUU JJUUIUU1 UUUUUj
Album?, Opera & Field Glasses,
Telescopes, Stereoscopes, Music
Boxes, Toys, Picture & Portrait
Frames, Accordcons, Concortinns
MUSICAL GOODS !
Bronze, Bisque, Parian & CI ina
Ornaments, Satin & Fancy Glui'.
waie. Cuttory and other Useful
Articles. Also a largo consignment
of Books, consisting of'
ESTThe 'above selection are all nev
and imported specially for this market
by late arrivals.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
13 Ct Auctioneer.
Mpt'i Notice of Sale !
order of V. C. Parke, Assignee of
in Etat of A. K. l'ak'kidiihl,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, I will sell on
On Siilu relay, Aug. 18, 88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
All the right title and Interest of the
said A. K. Palckaluhi and Iuiluna hU
wife, neing a Hie Interest lor their own
lives in ana to that piece of land situate
on the Kwa side of the Waikahalulu
Bridge, Honolulu, containing 1 CO 100
acre, moic or less, together with the
buildings thereon, to wit:
t Dwelling Mouse !
Fronting School strict, and has sixteen
moms, including K-tchen and Bath
toom, and a Stable and Carriage House
In the rear of said Dwelling House, and
tho Lot is about 225 feet by VI7.1 feet
deep. And also all the Goods and
Chattels of the said A. K. Palckaluhi
now on said premises and mentioned in
the schedule hereinafter written.
The purchaser or purchasers of the
Houses can remove them at his option
without any hindrance from the owuers
in fee simple of the said laud.
Tcnns arc Cash and dceris at expense
of the purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars enquire of W.
C. Parke, or lo Hie undersigned.
tscueilule uercinuclorc rotcrred to:
Front lloom 8 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 103
Voinndah Pins, G pair3 Blinds, 10x14; 2
Cans Paint Oil with Oil, 1 Carpenter's
Bench, 5 Carpenter's Horses, 5 empty
Oil Cans, 2 Point Cans, 3 Brushes, 9
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 Pennings
Nnils, 2 kegs 8 Penning Nails, 1 keg 3
Pennings jfnils, 1 box of old Locks and
Serewc, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
empty Nail Kegs, (I Doors, 1 lot Lumber,
1 10II Zinc for looting, 1 bundle Roof
ing (Tin), 2 Lnuhala Mais.
Room in rear of above Room 2 pairs
Blinds, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, j do. Crib Boards, 1 lot Car.
riage House 'Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
Box, 2 Baking Pans, 1 empty Tea Can,
0 Tumbleri', 2 Tumblers with handles, 7
Whibkey Glasses, i doz Butter Dn.li, 3
Saucer;, u small Plates, 0 small Colored
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, 3 Pitchers, HI
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, 4 small
Plane i, 2 haus, 4 Kou Calabashes, 7
common Calabasho, 8 empty Boxes, 2
Saddles. 1 Saddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
1 Briddlu, 2 Stool Chairs, 1 Ladder.
Kitchen l Stove, Jlxed down to the
boute;2 Tables, 3 Pots, 3 largo Ovtn
Pan3, 0 Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Fryihg
Pans, 2 empty Trunks with Old News
papers. Waiklkl Room 12 Window Weight', 1
Clock, 4. empty Boxes, 1 Iron Bedstead
with Matti'dBi and Curtain, 1 Chair and
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable 1 Brake, for breaking horsps
In; 1 Covered Brake with Harness, 2
Carriage Lumps and 1 Carriage Horse.
Waiklkl Sldo-1 Stable with 5 rrorus, 1
old Huiness und 1 lot Harness and 2 old
Carriage Lampi, 10 empty Barrels, 0
empty Cans, 1 Washboard, 2 coll Hope,
1 old Lantein, 2 coils Wire, 1 old Step
Undermain Building 10 empty Kegs, 11
empty Boxes, 2 empty Barrels and 1 lot
tar Portion of this Land is lcawJ to
Eomo 8 Portuguese for 5 years, and thero
ate 2 moro years to run of each; rental,
930 per annum each, making 3 CO in all
IiEWIS J. LEVEY,
14 td Auctioneer.
AT a meeting of tho Central Exccu
tlvo Committee of the Reform
Party, tho following resolution waj
"That Iho Secretary of tho Central
Committee he instructed to request the
Olliccrs of the several Ward Clubs to
call a meeting In Ihoir respective "WardB
on Thursday evening, August Oth, of
.Electors for Noblep, for tho purpose of
electing Delegates to a Nominating
Convention to be held SATURDAY
BVKNING, August llth, to nominate a
candidate for Noblo."
Apportionment to bo one delegate for
each Ward organization, and one dele,
gutii for uvciy twenty.llve electors for
Where there is no secretary or chair
man tho Word Delegato is requested to
In pursuance with Iho above resolu
tion, I hereby request Iho olliccrs of the
several Clubs to call meetings as above
E. G. SUHUMAN,
13 Ct Secretary.
HAWAIIAN Fruit & Taro Co. Gen.
tlenieu: I have made a chemical
examination of thesamplo of Taro Flour
which you have submitted to mo and
find that same is entiioly free from nny
injurious substance whatever. Yours
very truly, Geo. W. Smith, Analyst.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1888. 71 lm
Jean, linsook, Linen, Caiiaiel ai Flannelette.
lOflrSomething New and Suitable for this Climate.jB3
On Account o
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In PIubIi & Leather ; Bisque, Glass it Parian Ware, Opera A
Marine Glasses, Telescopes, &
IMCxxsie Boxes,Toys, JBooLcs, A.lt muss,
-And other tilings too numerous to mention. All tho above Goods will
be ofieied at the Lowest Ft ices ever quoted in the Kingdom
Evening Auction Sale ! Evening Auction Sale!
Thursday & Saturday Even'g
, Commencing at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
flUSTlie above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent anivuls and
ECS OP3EN EJVIENIIVQ-S -gga
IOCS Ioi-t Street, Honolulu.
FORT STREET, MOJVOL.TJJL.XT.
E3T BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi ices than ever bufoie. New invoice of
SHLF-HAEDWAEB, PLOWS k GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
NorveltieH ami Fancy Goods, Iu Hijivgro "Variety.
Preparatory School for Boys,
Tho Knmebauieba Piepartoiy School
for Boys will bo ready for the admis
sion of pupils the hibt Tuesday in Octo
Only a limited number, between the
ages of 7 and 12, will be received this
year, and those desiring to enter tho
school must make application previous
to October 1, 188S.
A list of articles to be furnished by
parents -will bo sent on application to
Each pupil must bring a medical cer
tificate. This school is designed to fit boys for
tho Kamehamclm School, and will pro
vide elementary instruction in inngunge,
numbers and music.
The charges for tuition will bo $60
per annum, payable in 330 installments
at the beginning of each tarin.
Further information may be obtained
by applying to tho Principal,
10 lm MISS C. A. REAMER.
MUSIC furnished for halls, paitles
and serenades by Pointer's Siring
Band. Orders left nt 0. E. Wllliams
or ring up Mutual Tclephone'OSil. 74 tf
YOUNG Qui, of Honolulu, Oohu,
having this day made an assign
ment to J. F. Ilackfeld, ad persons hav
ing any claims against tho said Young
Qui are herein notified to present the
siimu to tho undersigned at tho office of
II. Hackfeld ii Co within two months
from this date, and all persons indebted
lo said Young Qui aro requested to
make immediate payment to tbn under
signed. J. F. HACKFELD,
.Assigncu of Young Qui.
Honolulu, August 8, 1B88. 10 Ut
White Bros' Cement (full weight),
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING
X advertise it in the Daily Bullktih
28 - 88 lm
& FAICI GOODS
Fres - h and of tho Latest Design, having
were holeeted expressly for the trade.
Th second yi a i of the Knmebanieha
Si'hool frr fiois will beain the first
Tucsdti) iu Sj) t mbcr, 1858'.
Manual training classes will bo pro.
vided in Carpentry, Printing, Wood
turning. Blacksmithing, Plumbing, Sow.
ing and Stonecutting.
Tho corps of Teachers consists of
Bev. Win. B. Oleson, Principal ;
Mr. H. S. Townsend, Assistant Prin
cipal; Mr. W. S. Terry, Superintendent of
Mr. Levi Lyman, Miss L. L. Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillebrand, Assistant
This school aims lo give "a good cdu
cation iu the common English branches,
and also instruction in morals and in
such useful knowledge as may tend to
make good and indurations men."
Tho charges are $40 per year, with an
additional charge of $3 per year for in.
Further information may bo obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM. B. OLESON.
CoMgaM Iron !
Best Crown Brand,
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet Lengths
Just landed Ex. Ship "Coekermouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Salt,
Also, COO Bbls. Whito Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
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