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HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
Btroot. Telcplioncs, 835.
FRIDAY, NOV. 23, 1888.
Stiur l'.wa from Uwa
Sclir Josephine fiom Ewn
bclrv Rainbow ftom Koolau
Stmr J A Cutninlns from Koolau
Sluir Kaiila f rom Wnlnlua anil Walanno
Bchr llatubow for Koolau
Sclir Joscphino for Ewa
Stmr 0 H Bishop for Walanne, Wnlalua
and Koolau at 0 a m
Stmr Ewa for Ewa
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Bishop 300 bags lice.
Stmr Ewa BOO bags xlcc.
Scbr Rainbow 100 bags rice.
Scbr Josephine 1G0 bags rice.
The steamers Jlokolii, Lehua, James
Makce, and Walalcalo aio duo .to-morrow
morning from their respective
HOOGS In Honolulu, November 23d,
to tho -wife of Mr. William H. Hoogs,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A oirl is wanted.
Mr. J. F. Morgan
cial salo of cloths
will hold a.spo
The Pantheon stables will run
busses to tho baseball grounds to
Mb. Chas. J. Fishel is expected
back on tho Alameda to-morrow with
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The Hawaiian Band serenaded tho
Silbon troupe at the Eagle House
Some valuable taro land is offered
for sale. Particulars can be obtained
of J. M. Monsnrrat.
The luau to be given to-morrow
evening to tho isiting baseballists
will bo a grand affair.
A most beautiful stock of holiday
goods is being displayed by-B. F.
Ehlcrs & Co. Call in ami examine it.
The Alameda may be looked for
at daylight to-morrow, with the base
ball teams and the newB of the
His Excellency Geo. W. Merrill,
U. S. Minister Resident will pret.cn t
Manager A, G. Spalding and tho two
ball teams to His Majesty.
Keep in miiW tho gala perform
ance at the Opera Houso Saturday
evening, by tho troupo expected on
the Alameda and tho Silbons.
Conundrum What is tho differ
ence between a Chinese cook being
started in business by a wholesale
merchant and W. H. Graenhalgh?
Tim Hawaiian News Company will
have something to say in these col
umns after the arrival of the steamer.
It will be concerning holiday goods.
The diamond breast pin missed
from tho dressing room of Miss Sil
bon, tho other night, has been found.
Notwithstanding many rumors to the
contrary, no person was suspected of
having appropriated the article.
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A Chinaman driving a hoiso at
tached to a brake nearly collided
with a hack last evening on King
street near the Kawaiahao Sominary.
It is strango that people will trust
their horses to such inexperienced
Mr. J. J. Williams will forward by
the Alameda several hundred copies
of tho FnradUe of tho Pacific to bo
distributed at tho Melbourne Exhibi
tion. By tho same steamer a num
ber of copies will be sent to Professor
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The "Planters Monthly" for No
vember is taken up with an account
of tho annual meeting of tho Plant
ers' Labor and Supply Company, and
also tho Boveral papers read at tho
meeting, including Col, Z. S. Spald
ing's papor on tho Manufacture of
The performance at tho Opeia
House to-morrow depends upon
whether tho steamer will romain long
enough in port. It will be definitely
known shortly after her arrival. If
there is to bo a performance tho box
plan will open at L. J. Lovoy's, to
morrow morning, from 0 to 12
Whether or not tho "Noble" por
tion of our Legislature is an unneces
sary adjunct, was discussed by tho
Debating Club last night. Tho pre
vailing opinion waB decidedly in
favor of the existence of tho conser
vative element in that body. Mr.
Ileineniann was elected treasurer, in
place of Mr. NorWin Logan, who
had resigned in consequence of
chango of residence to the island of
KmiK We do not belong to tho
Baseball Company that is expected
by the steamer, but are charter
members; of tho Celebrated Phila
delphia Lager, at the Criterion,
EVENTS THIS EVEMNC.
Drill of Co. D Honolulu Kiiles at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Hawaiian Council No. G89 Amcti
can Legion of Honor at 7 :30.'
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Im. O. II.
M. at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr J. K. MORGAN.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. m.,
when n lnn;o assortment of goods
will be offered.
His Excellency George W. Mer
rill, U. S. Minister Resident, calls
upon all Americans sojourning in
tho Islands to observe the 20th inst.
as a day of thanksgiving. On that
day special services will be hold in
Central Union Church and St. An
drew's Cathedral, duo notico of
whjch will be given.
The Honolulu Social Club's danec
last evening at Mclnerny Hall was a
very successful affair, about twenty
fivo couples tripping tho light fan
tastic toe. Messrs. Geo. W. Ash
ley, piano, and Y. E. Hcrrick,
violin, furnished music, and danc
ing was kept up until nearly eleven
A CHANCE TO SEE.
Through the enterprise of
Thomas Lucas a good view
baseball games, at tho Mal.iki
grounds, will be obtainable to-morrow.
Mr. Lucas has taken the
chanco of unfavorable weather and
other contingencies, and is erecting
a grand stand at a suitable point for
observation. It will ho completed
before noon to-morrow. Admission
to this stand will cost the moderate
Bum of $1.00. Tickets are now
procurable at Benson, Smith &
Co.'s, the Hawjiiian News Agency,
and at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Wll . U I II 111. I B
A meeting of the "Hawaiian Poli
tical Association" was held last
evening at the Honolulu Rifles
Armory with a large "attendance.
The following officers were elected :
President J. E. Bush
C. H. Clark, Jas. Kaulia, W. II.
Cummir.gs, W. S. Lokai aml'G. P.
Secretary T. K. Nathaniel
Messrs. D. Lyons, Btibh, Kaulu-
kou and others addressed tp meet
ing. A platform was adopted one
of the planks being as follows :
"That all officers of the Hawaiian
Goverraent who are under the pres
ent Constitution appointed to ofllce
by His Majesty the King and Ilia
Majesty's Ministcis should be olect
ed by the people, and that the Con
stitution should be amended fo as
to have all Government officers
chosen by popular election.''
THE U. S. S. ADAMS AT SAMOA.
The following appears in the Syd
ney "Herald" of Oct. 27th, from
their special correspondent at Apia,
Samoa, under date of Oct, lGth :
The land between Mulinuu Point
and. the town of Apia is owned by
an American half-caste named Scan
Ian. About ten days ago some of
Tamascso's men broke into Scan
Ion's house, carried off some of his
goods, cut down his trees and
threatened to shoot him. This out
rage was reported by Scanlan to the
American Consul, who, in his turn,
reported it to Captain Leary, of the
U. S. S. Adams. Captain Leary
thereupon wrote to Capt. Fiitze, of
the German gunboat Adler, asking
if Tamaseso's men were under his
protection, as he observed that an
armed guard of some 50 German
marines were stationed on shore
under tho Tamasese flag. Captain
Fritzo replied, xefening Captain
Leary to tho German Consul. Capt.
Leary replied that this was not a
diplomatic nor political question,
but one of a military nature, and
again demanded a reply from Capt.
Fritze. In the meantime prepara
tions were made for landing a de
tachment of American marines on
Scanlan' s land. Tho manager of tho
German firm hero made repeated
offers to Scanlan for his land, offer
ing to buy or lease it at any price
however high. Failing in this they
offered to pay him a pension of 100
dollars a month if ho would only
haul down the American flag j but
to all those proposals Scanlan turn
ed a deaf j car. Finding that
the Germans could not induce
Scanlan to abandon his claim
or withdraw his complaint, and
knowing that Captain Leary was
determined to act, Tamasese and
Brandies voluntarily abandoned
Mulinu Point and the protection of
the German war vessel. They left
Mulinu Point with all their follow
ers about midnight on Friday, Some
of Tamaseso's people have returned
to their houses' in Savaii, but the
majority havo gone to Salufata, a
place on the coast about 10 miles to
the eastward of Apia. There they
are daily expecting an attack from
Malletoa's forces. A battle will
probably be fought this week, which
will probably end iii the extinction
of tho Tamasese party, Tho follow
ers of Malietoa are as six to one
compared with those of Tamasese,
and tho former includo tho whole of
the Tuamasga party, which is the
great fighting trlbo in tho Saraoan
AlltlAXGEMCXTS TOR THE KKCEl'TIOV
or Tin: bai.l-fjcateks and games.
Last evening a mooting of tho
committee on arrangements for the
visit of tho two American baseball
teams and tourists, was held at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, Mr. Gcoigo W.
Smith in the chair. Mr. Gardner
K. Wilder was appointed sccrctnr',
and in addition to the committee
there was present Mr. Harry II.
Simpson, assistant manager of tho
two teams ; Mr. Harry M. Whitney,
captain Honolulu Bnscball Club ;
and Mr. Henry Kaia, captain Ha
waii Baseball Club. Following nic
the arrangements agreed upon for
Saturday, tho day the steamer is
1. The Royal Hawaiian Band will
meet at the Beaver coffee saloon at C
o'clock a. in., los accompany tho
party of welcome outside the har
bor. 2. An invited party consisting
of large subscribers to the fund,
leading ball players and patrons of
the game, etc. will bo notillcd by
telephone if the S. S. Alameda is
signalled boforc C o'clock, when
they will embark on the Government
tug Elcu or some available steamer,
to meet the mail steamship this side
of Diamond Head. The Poit Phy
sician will go out for his inspection
on board the tug, so that the party
may go on Uoaiu tuc Alaracua,
whore Mr. Simpson will introduce
them to Mr. Spalding and the tour
ing players generally.
3. After serenading the incoming
tourists, the band will be landed on
the wharf in advance of the Ala
meda's docking, there to play dur
ing the landing of the passengers.
i. Fiom the dock the visitors will
be conveyed to the Hotel in carriages
distinguished by being draped with
the American Hag.
5. After bicakfasting at the Hotel
the party will at 10 o'clock be pre
sented to His Majesty the King.
G. At noon a light lunch will be
taken by the players at the Hotel.
7. The whole patty will assemble
at tho Makiki recreation grounds at
12 :30, when the teams will have
practice of fifteen minutes each.
8. At 1 o'clock sharp the game will
be called between the Chicago and
AU-Amciica teams, and at the close
of the match game a of prob
ably ihe innings will bo played by
the winning team in tho above and
a picked local team.
9. A grand luau tendered the
tourists and lesident invited guests,
by lite Majesty, lions. John A.
Cummins, Saml. Parker, John Ena,
and Mr. Geoige C. Heckle v, will be
held upon Her Majest3''s premises,
Luakaha, comer of Queen and
Punchbowl stieets, at such hour in
the evening as will prove most cou
enient. 10. Wind and weather being fa
vorable, there will be a balloon as
cension fiom Makiki giounds by a
skilled aeronaut, who will ascend
one thousand feet and from that aw
ful height leap to the earth with the
aid of a parachute.
Score caulj will be for sale on tho
baseball giounds, the same kind of
cards as are used on the Chica;o
grounds,at 10 cents each. Mr. J. W.
Winter will be the olllcial scorer for
local purposes. There aro four ex
pert ball scorers among the press
men with the expedition.
The grand stand belonging to the
ball grounds is reserved for ladies.
Mr. Lucas has put up a stand for
which a charge will be made for ad
mission. Admission to the grounds will be
Merchants are requested to close
at 12 o'clock noon, and also to dis
Paities in carriages are requested
to head their Nhorses towards the
'Magniphone" is the name of a
little funnel-shaped instrument,
made of tin. It ia intended for at
tachment to a telephone transmitter.
Its use, as tho namo indicates, is to
magnify the sound. With ono of
these little instruments attached to
a telephone fiom which a message
is being sent enables the person at
the other end to hear the faintest
whisper in fact to hear distinctly
ordinary conversation held in any
part of the room where the magni
phone is doing duty. 'Jhls is a new
and extremely useful invention.
Mr. Phillip Peck is agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands, and is now can
vassing fpr orders. Ho has heio at
present a few samples only, which
have been tried by several promi
nent citizens, with the result of an
order being given iu each instance.
Mr. Peck brought a magniphone to
the Bullktin Olllce for trial this
morning, and tile I)ui.i.i:tin testifies
that tho trial was completely satis
factory. The ease of transmitting
a message by its aid is wonderfully
increased. No 0110 who once uses
the instiumcnt will ever consent to
be without it. Its price is $1.25.
SUPREME COURT IH CHAMBERS.
BKFOItE U'OIH.I.Y, J,
TiumsDAY, Nov. 22d.
In probate. Instate II. Fernan
des. C. L. Carter for petitioner.
Ordered that the account filed by
administiators of tho estate of tho
late H. G. Wilder, former guardian,
be approved and that the bond he
JOB PRINTING ot allldmli exc.
cuted ut the Daily Bulletin Ofllce.
FniDAr, Nov. 23d.
Wm. Mullcr was lined $5 nnd SI
costs for drunkenness.
Sung Chock, charged with having
opium in possession was fined $50
and sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for 20 days.
Manuel do Patva, charged with
assault and battery on his wlfo was
reprimanded and discharged.
Chock Hiug, charged with having
opium in possession was remanded
to the 26th.
COURTING IN AUSTRALIA.
"Our blacks," said Mis. J. It.
Held, a native of Now South Wales,
"are different in type from the
African. Their hair stands up, wiry
and bushy, like that of tho Circas
sian women in your dime museums.
In the bush they wear no clothes,
but when they come in town the
authorities compel them to bo clad.
Tho women object strenuously to
clothing. If you give a woman a
gown she will seldom put but one
arm in a sleeve, letting the garment
hang from her shoulders and dis
playing ono side of her bosom. The
blacks find an abundance of food,
and there is thus no incentive for
them to accept civilization and learn
to work. The country swarms with
kangaroos, walvarbies (an animal
similar to the kangaroo), rabbits
and birds. Then the blacks makes
a large part of their diet of snakes
and worms. Worms they eat raw,
just as they dig them from the earth.
They eat snakes of all kinds.
"The blacks are not prolific, a
couple seldom having three child
ren. Tho women, of course, aro
brutally abused by the males, and
kept in tho most degraded state of
servitude. When a black wants a
wifo ho falls upon some young
woman, chokes her so she cannot
cry out, and runs with her into the
bush. There ho must stay with her
for three or four months. He can
not return to his.own tribe until tho
expiration of this period. When ho
does take her back, if she utters no
complaint of hunger against him
that is, if she docs not show that he
has utterly failed to supply her with
sufficient worms, kangaroo meat and
snakes ho can keep her. But for
a year Tie must stay out of tho way
of her tiibe, for if they catch him
they will kill him and take tho young
woman back. The sign of the mar
ried state adopted by the woman is
the pulling out of one front tooth.
When the male becomes a Benedict
ho indicates the joyful fact by cut
ting off the little finger of his richt
hand at the first joint' They live in"
low, skin-covered huts, and, I think
are in every respect oeneatu the
North American Indian in intelli
gence." Chicago Herald.
I.I .!- I 1 iB.liff.nn-
WHY HE DID
NOT GO TO THE HOSPI
TAL; IIU COULD LEAP TIIItOOGII TIIE AIR.
Y object in w riting is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a
great benefit, and to tell a short story
which cannot fail to interest the
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but I have rcmaiked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself he is all the
more likely to be of use to hia fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more "or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you are aware is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in' certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as we are all apt to
do when wo least expect it. Weeks
passed by, Tind my trouble proved
to be very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gan to have violent racking pains in
my limbs and back, I became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should havo thought less
strangely of it ; but as, on the con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of me, which might
mako my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that waa the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
"I nm sorry to havo to tell you that
you are getting worse r Iuib so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thomas,
you 7mt8t yo to the Hospital', it
may be your only chance for life!"
But 1 didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who does, when ho
thinks ho can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a largo family depending
on mo for support, and I might al
most as well bo in my grave as to
bo laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point I had a thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
aliine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Kcjgel'fl dilative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wcllknown remedy. On this I
gave up tho doctor's medicine and
began tuking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result I I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four houra
when I was sciied with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
uhd mucus off my chest by the
mouthful. The Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
tho Syrup, tho racking pain, which
- mff'.A jrtfeJ .'iifc,- rAJiiMui''u8&
I bcllevo camo from the bitter and
poison humors In my blood and
joints, eonn left inc entirely, and I
felt like going to sleop, and I did
Bleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural nppctito, and
as I ato I soon got strong and well.
I felt I could lea) through tho
air with delight!
In a week 1 was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't 6cem possi
ble, yet it is true, nnd the neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say I preach tho
good news of the great power of
Scigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at me.
1 ' ' "
irtitmdtrlhU lm4 chare 10 cntt
rer Uwftr tUJlrrt imtrtiin, tmd $ cenM pr ttt
tterg miiititntl imtrtir.
MINCE PIES on Saturday at the
".Elite.'' Leave your orders now.
R TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucao' Mill.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Christinas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
HAVE A FINE LOT OF
SOLD LESS THEN COST!
To mako room for tho
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel.
People's Own Price
An the Bloro is overstocked with
5T COME ONE J
For the BARGAINS at
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner ot Fort U Hotel Streets.
G3 & 65 FOltT STREET.
New Goods I "ato
The ladies are invited to inspect our
NEW STOCK of DBY GOODS & FANCV WOODS
Received by lust steamer nnd personally selected by ILr. S. Khrlich. Th J
stock comprises many novelties iu every department.
Trice arc Bed Bock. A large assortment of
Dress Goods in all ;N"o"w Sliad.es I
Embroideries, Laces it Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot & Ladies' Cloth, .etc.
Large Assort. In Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cheviot .
Now jNo-veltieH ill LntlicB' .Berlin Skavt'ls I
Ladies' Cassemerc Scarf Shawls in. all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets &. Underwaro at low prioti
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
Wo call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A Fall Line of LntltcH' French Kid Button Shoes,
A Fall Line of Gent's Mime.
Children's French Kid Shoes at Bed Bock Price i.
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a Suit.
C3 & G5 Fort Street.
OEG-JN 3e COMPJJVT.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OP
Fancy Ms Suitable for the Holiday Seasi n
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, "Velvets, Surahs,
3.no o Curtains, Stamped TIcUes, Slaoo Bass, ELp.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, 1 tc.
We call particular attention to our fine elction in
Monde ClotMi lor Mi, YoA k ChiM!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Mies' k Usees' Boots, Seoes k Sliprs k dents' Gait rs
Call on us before going elsewhere.
E. C. Howe's beautiful work
NEAT Cottage of Four
Kooms, Bath-room hi
tho House, and Out-houses,
near the Mormons Chinch, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogel. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffscltliieger & Uo.'b. 97 U
ANEW Cottage of 3 Large
Rooms and KitclK-u, pa.
pared and painted, and sllu.
alcd mauka of Punchbowl street over,
looking the head of Emma street. This
building is placed ou leasehold land
the lease having several years to run.
Will bo sold cheap for cash. Apply to
101 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
TO LET on LEASE
A FURNISHED Mansion
delightfully situated at
the corner of King nnd Keeau.
moku streets, and containing 4 Rooms,
Kitchen, Bath-house, Stable, Carriage
house, etc. There is also a (Ino garden
and large backyard. The buildings are
new and in excellent order. Apply to
102 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
nOUSE to LET.
TIIE House and Premises
lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, E;q., situate on Union
street and AdnniB Lano. The IIoubb
contains parlor, R bedroom?, a dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There is also a Cottage in the
grounds with 3 room?, stable, carriage,
house and servant's room. The place is
In perfect order. Pcsscssion given at
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
Tax Collector's Notice.
FOR tha accomodation of Tax-payers
In this district who cannot con
veniently call at tho Collector's Ofllce
during business hours, tho oilice will
bo open for the receipt of Taxes (In ad
dition to tho usual hours during tho
day,) from 7 to U o'clock hi tho eve
ning, from tho 19th lust., to Dec. 1st
1888, both datos Included.
Any Tax-payer lu this district who
will leave his name and address at the
Collectci'B Olllce, intimating that ho
desires to pay his taxes, will receive his
tax receipt by messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom he can
gl u the nmmint, thereby avoiding the
annoyance of delay at the Tax Oflfco In
waiting for the regular turn.
OJA8. T, QULICK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu.
o&s New Goods
GOODS - a WMSW GOOIMS
in Point Laces on exhibition here '
ETIETJENS will attend to my nisi-
ness during my absence fror the
A. JAKGE t.
Honolulu, nor. W, lttw.
BY the Trustee of the Estate of Ino.
Board man, deceased, 12 Shai -a of
Utock la Hawaiian Agricultural 'om.
pany, 0 shares in Wilder's S. 8. Co and
1 Building Lot at Ksbului, on wli ch a
rental of $400 par annum is receive I.
G. E. BOARDMAN
101 Iw Trust e.
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE 1 r a
child. Ne re
versible child's bj ddle
with bridle. All jom.
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Sti oles.
A T tfio KlngV B
xa. on King stree
lama, 0 good work tulea
and Harness all con leto.
well broke; also 0 head of good h neri.
can Horses; also 1 fresh young.1 .-rsey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 llv year
old Norman Btallion with a good pedi.
gree, a euro foal getter, and an lady
can drive him, fears nothing. A; yone
wishing to purchase please cal and
examine stock. I havo owned the tock
sometime and have raised some of It
on my own ranch in Ban Mateo C anty,
Cal. HENRY WORMINGT- )N.
answer to several enquiries con
cerning Whalo Jloat Frame . v
havo now In course of constm tlou,
a Whalo Boat Frames 74 feet by ! J feet
long. These frames are bent b one
picco ot oak, and held to Bhapt thus
rcciulrhiR little tact to set them 1 1 and
build. The full frame for such mats,
iucludlng canto, 45 sections In nu nher,
Is sold at 028; with large stems oi keel,
and ready to plank $40. They n a not
intended to bo clinker built, nor .ia the
frail Imported whale boats propi ,, but
are Intended for rough use and d irabl
lity, yet light withal, for flshliu anil
trading purposes. Wo have ex -orted
these frames and intend doing e , and
mako this offer to amateurs and ithers
desirous of trying their baud, with
plenty of leisure aud small cash U mako
a business. Will beud frames 1 1 any
glveu model from 5 to 25 tons. A so on
hand for ualo Surf aud Pleasuie loaU.
Stems, Knees and Timbers. 1 utual
Telephone No 325.
DOWEU & SO .,
'7K Boat Bullion,