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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant nncl Fort
Btreot. Telephones, 335.
SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1888.
fi 8 Alameda from San Francisco
Bktno S N Gastlo from San Francisco
Gcr Brig Mutautit from II awl mil Island
Strar Walalcalo from Kauai
Stmr Lchua from Hawaii anil Slnu
Stmr .Tas Makcc from Kapaa
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Schr Llholiho from Kauai
Schr Kaalokal from Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno Conanclo for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Lchuti for Slant and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal.at 5 p in
Stmr Kaala for Walalua and Walanao
" at 0 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Konlau
From Walanao and Walalna, per stmr
Kaala, Nov L3 J Defrics, J Dean, and
From Walmanalo, per stmr. I A Cum
mins, Nov 2a Hon .1 A Cummins and
family, Princess Jaunlta.
From Kauai, per btmr 'Waialealc, Nov
24 II W Dlmond, Mr Cliapmau, 0
Walters and 5 others.
From San Francisco, per bktno ' S N
Castle, Nov 24 Mrs B Underwood and
' 3 children, J Taylor, J Burk ami J
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr J A Cmnmtus 1,000 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 1,400 bags rice.
Stmr Waialealo l,3u0 bags sugar,
bags paddy aud 30 bags rice.
The bktno S N Castle arrived this
morning, 18 days from San Frauclsco.
Capt uiiDUard reports lair weatner.
The Castle brought 851 hogs for Messrs
Burk & Winston.
.The brigantine Consuelo sails to-morrow.
The German brigantine Matantu,
Capt J J Najee, arrived this morning,
37 days from Howlatid, with 115 tons of
guano for Davits & Co.
Mrs. U. S. N. Emerson, widow of
Rev. John S. Emerson, at Walalua,
Oahu, Nov. J24th Inst., at 3 a. in., aged
82 ye.irs, 1 month and 23 days. A native
of Nelson, New Hampshire, U. S. A.
Iu God weltest.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Plenty of rain on Kauai.
"Music at tho rink to-night
Two horses have been found.
No Band concert at Emma Square
The Silbon Troupo played at the
Chinese Theatre lust evening.
A notici: respecting the sailing of
tho Lehua appears elsewhere.
.Tiiehk will bo no performance at
tho Opera House this evening unless
the steamer comes..
Citizens aro requested to decorate
their places of bubincsa in honor of
A nativk named Palau died on the
steamer Kaala yesterday between
Wninnuo and Honolulu.
Major W. II. Cornwell is in town.
.Tho littlo Major lias come from 3Iaui
to see tho baseball games.
Elder Matthew Noall lectures at
the Mormoli Church this evening, on
"Truo versus Modern Christianity."
The Calfornia Fruit Market gives
particulars of new goods in anothor
column. Thoy have fat turkeys for
The schools at Waimea and Lihue,
Kauai, havo closed for a short time
owing to tho prcvalcnco of whooping
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company havo put up notices re
questing porsons to keop oil' gang
planks while passengers aro being
Jim Crow, was yesterday fined $500
and sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for Unco months, for sell
ing liquor without u licenso. It was
-his second ofl'uuao.
Hon. J. A, Cummins gnvon dinner
pnrty at his residonco 4att evoning
to His Majesty tho King and, tho
mombcrB of tho committeo who havo
tho lunu to tho baseballists in charge
The Hon. Sam. Pnrkor and Mr.
Geo. W. Smith treated tho band
boys to breakfast and lunch at tho
Beaver Saloon to-day. Tho 'first
named also handed cigars round to
thoboys. Tho latter enjoyed them
At a second mooting of tho credi
tors of W. II. Grnenhalgh held yes
torday aftornoen, tho action decided
upoo at tho first meoling was an
nulled. Nothing will bo done until
December 21st, when Mr, Grucnhalgh
will probably lie heard from,
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho Oceanic Company's brigan
tine Consuelo sails for Sun Francisco
on Sutiday and will carry a mail
from tho Post Olllco which closes at
9 a. iu. As sho has twenty-six days
in which to reaoh the Coast beforo
tho next steamer It is a good oppor
tunity for letter writors.
AUCTION SALES ON MOHDAY.
BY I,. J. mvuv.
At 12 o'clock noon, that certain
property known as "the Pan lands,"
at Waikiki, full particulars of. which
Roast duck, apple sattco and ice
cream for dinner, nt "Harry's" to
Em You nrc misinform'd the
bnnka ate not bust'd nt the solicita
tion of our friends. Wo only draw
enough to pay for Philadelphia Beer.
O'Grady wo pay after alcction.
POLICE COURT. .
Saturday, Nov. 2-ith.
Six Chinese charged with gaming
were rcmandod to the 20th.
M. Kanney, charged with drunk
enness was remanded to tho 2Gth to
enable him to sober up.
'.I" 1'. IL JI1J-
It was decided this morning to
hold tho luan intended for tho base
ball visitors at 0:30 o'clock this
evening, as it was thought the eat
ables would not keep. Arrange
ments having been made for their
preservation the lunu has been post
poned until after the arrival of the
A SAD ACCIDENT.
Yesterday afternoon, while. Mr.
A. A. Montauo was hunting pigs in
Manoa valley his gun exploded, tho
charge shattering his left arm. On
beinr taken to the" Queen's Hospital
it was found necessary to amputate
the arm a little below the elbow.
Drs. Kobt. McKibbin and "Wood
performed the operation, and the
patient is, at latest accounts, doing
AboutS o'clock this morning some
one entered the premises of Frank
Ludsviko on Queen street with the
intention of carrying. off three little
pigs. The thief or thieves found
the animals securely lied by the
legs, and in attempting to loosen
the cords made considerable noise,
awakening the inmates. Mrs. Luds
viko went out into the yuid when
the intruders made good their vh
cape, but not before bulling a rock
at her which, however, missed its
Up to the time of going to press
there is no sign of the R. M. S.
Alameda with the baseballists on
board, and the result of the Presi
It looks as if the steamer was de
tainedby the English mails. In that
case she will probably be along Sun
day evening or early Monday morn
ing. If she does not arrive until Mon
day the arrangements for the recep
tion of the baseball teams will be the
same as announced for to-day. At
this time of tho year the mail steam
ers arc frequently delayed iu leaviLg
San Francisco on account of the
The Hawaiian Band was at the
Beaver Saloon by daylight this
mopning and waited there until
10 :30 when it gave a concert in
front of Spreckel's bank, which at
tracted a large crorfd of listeners.
A FEMALE DUEL,
Parisians havo been very nearly
enjoying the sensation of a. genuine
and actual female duel. Two vouns
women really confronted each other
in the wood of Mcudcu, provided
with rapiers, and all ready to uso
their weapons to the best of their
ability and address. It happened
in this way (says tho correspond
ent of the "Daily Telegraph)." One
of tho aforesaid fair ones was on in
timate terms with a gay Parisian, to
whom, in a weak moment, sho intro
duced the friend who was afterward
to face her on the ground. The
friend took a fanoy to her protector,
he reciprocated the sentiment, and
it ended by tho gontlcman bidding
adieu to the old lovo and taking up
witli tho new. Bitter feelings rankl
ed in tho bosom of tho discarded
flame, and, chancing to meet her
false friend in tho street, sho treated
the girl to a sound bos; on the car.
An encounter was hastily arranged
between the women, in spite of tho
remonstrances' of tho gentleman, aud
in tho afternoon tho rivals repaired
to tho wood nt Mcudon to fight their
quarrel out. Ihey had, however,
reckoned without their host. The
gentleman, determined to avert
bloodshed at all costs, adopted the
heroic measure of reporting the
whole affair to the police. So just
as tho two girls wcro stationed,
rapier in hand, on a convenient bit
of greensward all ready for tho fray,
the gendarmes pounced upon them,
disarmed them, and marched them
off to the polico magistrate, who
read lliem a severe lecture. Their
yoapoii8 were confiscated, and the
duel, nipped in the bud, fell through
altogether. Homo News,
A Glasgow minister of a promi
nent church has been detected us
ing tho sermons of eminent pulpit
orators in tho United States.
II is reported that tho King of
Uganda, Africa, has 1,500 wives.
In order that ho may keop his ha
rems filled witli novelties, ho has
now flvo queens executed every
ARRANGEMENTS FOll THK RECEPTION
OP THE BALL-PLATERS AND OAMKS.
Should tho Alameda bo hero on
Monday to allow thereof, tho fol
lowing programme will bo carried
1. Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
meet at the Beaver coffee saloon at G
o'clock a. in., to accompany the
party of welcomo outside the har
bor. 2. An invited party consisting
of large subscribers to the fund,
leading ball players and patrons of
tho game, etc. will be notified 03'
telephone if the S. S. Alameda is
signalled before G o'clock-whcn
they will embark on the Government
tug Eleti or somo available steamer,
l meet the mail steamship this side
of Diamond Head. The Port Phy
sician will go out for his inspection
on board tho tug, so that tho party
may go on board tho Alameda,
whero Mr. Simpson will introduce
them to Mr. Spalding and tho tour
ing players generally.
3. After serenading the incoming
tourists, the band will be landed on
the wharf iu advance of the Ala
meda's docking, there to play dur
ing the landing of the passengers,
4. From the dock the visitors will
be convoyed to the Hotel in carriages
distinguished by being draped with
the American Hag.
5. After breakfasting 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 bo
taken by the players at the Hotel.
7. The whole party will assemble
at tho Makiki recreation grounds at
12:30, when tho teams will have
practice of fifteen minutes each.
8. At 1 o'clock sharp the game will
be called between tho Chicago and
All-America teams, and at the close
of the match game a of prob
ably livo innings will bo played by
the winning team in the above and
a picked local team.
'J. A grand lunu tendered tho
tourists and-resident invited guests,
by His Majesty, lions. John A.
Cummins, Saml. Parker, John lijna,
and Mr. George C. Bcckley, will be
held upon Her Majesty's premises,
Luakaha, corner of Queen and
Punchbowl streets, at such hour in
the evening as will prove most con
venient. 10. Wind and weather being fa
vorable, there will bo a balloon as
cension fioin Makiki grounds bj' a
skilled aeronaut, who will ascend
(rue thousand feet and from that aw
ful height leap to the earth with the
aid of a parachute.
Score cards will lie for sale on the
baseball grounds', the same kind of
cauls as are used on the Chicago
grounds,at 10 cents each. Mr. J. W.
Winter will be the ollicial scorer for
local purposes. There are four ex
pert ball scorers among the press
men with the expedition.
The grand stand belonging to the
ball grounds is reserved lor 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 arc requested to close
at 12 o'clock noon, and also to dis
Parties in carriages arc requested
to head their horses towards tho
TROUBLE IN CHINA,
Tho Japan ''Gazette" of October
Ctli, says: "There is an undefined
rumor running about Yokohama
that there is some trouble between
the Americans and Chinese. The
locale is variously stated. One phase
is that there was a row between
Chinese rpid American salors in
Korea. Another statement is that
there had been an attack on Ameri
can residents iu Canton, and still a
third that the American Minister at
Peking had been insulted or assault
ed. These rumors connected with
the sudden movements of the United
States war vessels, namely the
Omaha and Marion, havo set people
thinking and talking."
A peculiar play occurred in a re
cent baseball gamo iu Portland.
Both nines wcro tied, and it was iu
tho last half of the ninth inning. A
player mado a base hit and readied
first safely. The pitcher threw the
ball to first to catch tho runner nap
ping, but did not succeed. The first
baseman deftly put the ball in his
pocket, and the pitcher made a bluff
to deliver the ball. Tho base-runner
danced off first, nud tho first
baseman tried to get the ball out of
his pocket to touch tho runner, but
it would not come. Tho base-runner
seeing the predicament the first
baseman was in, started around the
bases with the first bnsoman in close
pursuit, the latter all the time try
ing to extract the ball from his
pocket. He didn't, and the runner
scored the winning run ninid great
applause. Kockland (Me.) Cour
ier. A Pittsburg chiropodist has 1,000
patients who pay him .810 a year
each to keep their feet in repair.
The tall electric light masts in
Union and Madison. Squares, New
York city, havo been ordered down,
Hudson, N. Y., has a Stingy
Club, whoso members pledge thorn
selves neither to treat nor to accept a
The German military budget con
tains an item pf 35,000 marks for
the breeding, training and mainten
ance of carrier pigeons.
Y. J!. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at 0 :30 l'. M. Come and bring a friend.
Services at 11 a.
Kawaiaiiao Chukch. Rev. II. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 A. m.
Seventh Day Adventist Mission
Hai.e Service at 7:30 p. 111.
Mormon Church. Services In Ha
waiian nt 10 a. m. Services Iu English
will be held at 2:00 p.m. All arc in
vited. Qufen Emma Halt,. Gospel and
song service for Hawallans who speak
EtiglUh nt at:i p. m. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Skuvick : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; lllblc Class
7:30 p. m., In tho.Jnpancso Y. M. C. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner t
Berouinlii aud Nuuauu streets.
Ckntkal Union Church. Rev. E.
G.Beekwlth, D. D., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:45 a. m.
Sciviccs at 11 A. m., aud 7:30 P. m
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
G and 7A. m., low mass with Holy Com
munion. Services In Engtigli at 7 a.
m.; and at 10 a. m., high mass, with
.sermon cither iu Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
throe principal different nationalities of
the church; 2 p. m., rosary and cato
tlsm; 4:30 r. M., instruction and bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Chinese Church. Fort street, near
corner Ucrctaula. Mr. Kong Shui Kee
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
9:110 a.m. Chincsoand English Sun
day School, 2:30 P. m. Preaching 11
A. m. mid 7:30 p.m. Bible class lu
Chinese Y. 31. C. A. Hall, 0:30 P. m.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
congregation will have service atC:30
aud 0:30 a. m.
Hawaiian Evensong at 3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer with sermon at C
o'clock p. in.
Second Congregation Rev. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Services on Sunday:
Morning prayer and sermon at 11 :15 a.
m. Evening prayer aud sermon at 7 :30
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the mouth at 11:15 a. in.
Divine Service on Wednesdays nt7:30
Chinese Congregation, Rev. IT. H.
Gowen iu charge. Moruiug prayer,
with sermon, at 11 :15 a. m. Sunday
school, at 10 a. sr. Evening prayer,
with sermon, at 7:30 p. m.
WHY HE DID
NOT GO TO THE HOSPI
TAL. HE COULD LEAP TIII'.OUGII THE Allt.
object in writing is two-fold :
to exprcss'my gratitude for a
great behclit, and to tell a short story
winch cannot fail to Interest the
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but I have remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself he is all the
more likely to be of use to his fellow-creatures.
To bogin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you are awaro is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain iu 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 aro all apt to
do when we least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and 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 1 had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should havo thought less
strangely of it ; but as, on tho con
trary, I was hearty and robust, I
feared somo new and terrible tiling
had trot hold of me, which miclit
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for tho pain ail over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
"I am sorry to havo to tell you that
you are getting worse 1" Tins so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thomas,
you must yo to the Hospital; it
may be your only chance for life!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who docs, when he
thinks ho can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, witli a largo family depending
on mo for support, and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
lie laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a lmud for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point I had a thought Hash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to tho hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began tukmg tho Syrup, Mark the
wonderful result 1 I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when I was seized with a fit of
coughing, and throw up the phlegm
and mucus off my cho3t by the
mouthful. The Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing witli
tho Syrup, tho racking pain, which
I believe came from tint bitter and
poison humors in my blood and
joints, Bonn left mo entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, imd I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got strong aud well.
I felt I could leap throwjh the
air VfHh deliyttf
In a week 1 was ablo to go to my
work ugain. It doesn't seem possl
blo, yet it is truo, and tho neigh
bours know it. There aro plenty
of . witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I gay I preach tho
good news of tho groat powor of
Seigol's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease Jar and wide, nobody will
wonder at mo.
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for snlo by all chemists and medi
cino vendors ; and by tho Proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 35, Far-ringdon-road,
London' E. C, Etijr.
JfHoet undtr thii htd ar chergtd 10 emit
fr Uv for thtfirtt imtrlitn, and I ccn ptr lint
even additional inttrlifn.
JL Scnson I
HAVE A FINE LOT OF
Everything MUST and
SOLD LESS THEN COST!
To make room for the
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fisliel.
People's Own Price
Ar the Btoro is overstocked with
B8T COME ONE !
For the HAltGAINH at
CE-IAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner of Fprt & Hotel Streets.
Pioneer Shin Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma M.
The undersigned tees to inform the
public of these Islands that he is making
BlilrtH l" MeaMiironieut !
Directions forself.inc&surrment will"
be given on application.
White Shirts, Overstilrts & Night Gowns
A fit guarantee by makiug a f ample
Bhlrt to every order.
Island order solicited Bell Telephone- 410
60 ly A. . MELIiI.
LEWS & CO.
tt TCplpl P
C.I & 05 TOUT STREET.
New Goods ! "So o8 New Goods I
Tho ladies arc invited to inipcat our
NEW STOCBC of IHtY GOODS & FANCY GOODS
Eecoived by luwt steamer aud personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tl o
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Bock. A large assortment of
Dress Goods in all JTov Shades !
Embroideries, Laces k Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot ifc Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Largo Assort. In Dross Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Cliambray & Cheviot '.
3Siv jVoveltlcw iu Latllcs', Berlin. Skivwln I
Ladies' Casscmcro Scarf Shawls iu all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets fc Underwaro at low priws
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
Wo call particular attention to our Shoo Departaiont.
A Full T.ine of Ladles' French Kid Button (Shoes,
A Full Line of Gent's Nlinen.
Children's French Kid Shoes at Bed Rock Price .
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Cent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a Suit.
I 63 & G5 Fort Btreet.
-3 THE BMr
EOF Sc GOMJP.AJN'Tir.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Soofls SuitaWe for Hie Hay Seastn
Satin Tabic Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Sural is,
Liico CurtaliiH, Htamped Tlillew, llioe Soicb, 3Gtc.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, I tc.
We call particular attention to our fine telectiou in
Cnstom-mafle Cloli for Guilts, Yoiis & Cilm!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats &. Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fino in
Lais' k Misses' Boots, Slioss & iprs k Gents' Haiti rs
Call on us beforo going elsawhcro.
cSTMrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work
A NEAT Cottage o Font
' i Idioms, Bath-room In
the House, and Out-bouses,
Jlonuons Church, now occu-
Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, ut Hoffscliliicgcr & Co.'s. 07 tl
ANEW Cottage of 3 Large
Iiooms nud Kitchen, pa.
pared ami palmed, and eltu-
ulcd miiultu of Punchbowl sticctover.
looking the lictul of Emma street. This
building is placed on leasehold land
tho lc-aso having bcvcmI years to run.
Will be sold choip for cab. Apply to
101 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
TO LET on LEASE
A FURNISHED Mansion
delightfully situated at
the corner of King aud ICeeau.
moku Plrcets, aud containing 4 Rooms,
Kitchen, Until. house, Stublo, Carriage
house, Clc. There is also a lino gardcu
and large backyard. The buildings ari
new and in excellent order. Applv to
102 lw J. E. KROWN & CO.
HOUSE to LET.
fTMIE House and Premiers
I X lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Ken., situate- on Union
struct and Adams Lauo. Tho Ilouse
contains parlor, !t bedroom;, 2 dressing,
rooms, hall wuy, dining foom. pantry and
kitchen. Tluic is also a Cottage In the
grounds witli 3 rooms, stable, carriage,
liouso aud sorvant's room. The place is
in perfect order. Possession given at
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant Btreet.
Tax Collector's Notice.
FOR tho accomodation of Tax-payers
in this district who cannot con
veniently call ut the Collector's Ofllee
during business hours, tho olllco will
bo open for tho receipt of Taxes (In ad
dition to tho usual hours during tko
day.) from 7 to 9 o'clock In th yve
nlug, from tho 19th Inst., to Deo. 1st
1888, both dates included.
Any Tax-payer In this district who
will leave his name and address at the
Colleger's Olllco, Intimating that ho
dcblres to pay his taxes, will recelvo his
tax receipt by messenger, as eorly
thereafter us possible, to whom ho can
give tho iiui'iiiut, thereby avoiding tho
annoyance of delay ut the Tux Ofllee lu
waiting for the logulur turu.
b CJAS. T. GULtOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu.
GOOS - aKB - NEW GOODS
in Point Laces on exhibition hero
17 - 88
ETIETJENS will attend to my usl.
ness during my absence fron the
Kingdom. A. JAEQK t.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 18SI. 10 , lw
TY the Trustc of
Estate of Jno.
JL Board man, deceased, 12
Shar s of
Block in Hawaiian. Agricultural i 'om.
pany. 9 shores in Wilder's 8. 8. Co and
1 Uulldinc Lot at knuului. on wh
rental of 400 per annum is receive i
Q. E. BOARDMAN
101 lw Trust
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE fir a
child. No re
versible child's w Idle
- with bridle. All 'om.
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stn ales.
tho Kine'a' 8 tide.
on Kinir stree Fa.
lama. C cood work! ules
and Harness all com leto.
well broko; also G head of god A uerl.
can Horses; also 1 fresh young Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 tin year
old Norman 'Stallion, with a good iedl.
grec, a sure foal gcttor, and an) lady
can drive him, fears nothing. Ai one
wishing to purchase pleaso cal and
examine stock. I havo owned tho Uck
sqmctimo and have raised some of it
on my own ranch in Bn Matoo Cc mty,
Cal. HENRY WORMINGTi N.
TN answer to several euqulries eon-
jl cernuig wuaio jjoac jn-amci vre
havo now in course ot constru tlom
3 Whalo Boat Frames 74 feet by 3 1 feet
long. These frames aro bent It one
piece of oak, and held to shape thus
renulrlug littlo tact to set them u and
build. The full frame foreucli ota,
Including cants, 4G sections lu nu ilier,
is sold ut ft'28; with largo atoms ot keel,
mid ready to plank f 40. Thoy a i not
intended to bo clinker built, uor i the
frail imported whale boats prope , but
are Intcuded for rough use und di abi
lity, yet light withal, for llshlnp aud
trading purposes. Wo havo exj jrted
these inline and liitend doing s , and
iniike this offer to amateurs aud Ihera
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to make
a business. Will bond frames t any
given model from 0 to 25 tons., A 10 on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure .oats.
Stems, Knees aud Timbers, a utusl
Telephone No 325.
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