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SST" Photograph and
Albums, Plush Goods,
hand by last steamer at
etc., just to
J5 Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
Pastels, Oleographs, Steel Enginv-
Ings, Etchings, Prints, Chiomos,
etc., in the sheet, to be had only at
HONOLULU 'CARRIAGE GO.
Hack Btand : Merchant ami Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1888.
' L I J1 JL-mi'L'Jl!, ..m.UU.LBUUJ
Am ligtno W G Irwin, 18 days from
Am bktne Discovery, 20 days from San
Stmr O R Bishop from Koolau
Stmr fc.wa fiom Ewa
Schr Ka Mol from Uawali
Sloop Kahihikntfiom Ewa
Stmr Iwalani for Lahalna and Hama
kua at 9 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kuala for Waianae and Walalua at
Stmr W Q Hall for Lahalna, Maalaca,
Kona. Kau and tho Volcano at 10
o'clock a iri
Bk J O Pfluger for San Fiancisco
From San Fiancisco per bgtuo VG
Irwin, Nov 28 Mrs E Gascoyne, Dr It
B Williams, and V McGratu.
The palling of the stmr Kuala has
been defemd until to-monow inoru
ng. 1 he bktne 8 G Wilder sailed for San
Fiancisco at 1 o'clock this afternoon
with n full caigo of Hawaiian produce.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Don't eat too much turkey.
Tiikre will bo quite a number
dinner parties this evening.
The steamer W. G.
Maui mid Hawaii at
Tiie Hawaiian band will she a
Thankgiving conceit at Emma
Square this evening.
The steamthip Kinau after being
thoroughly ovci hauled, will leave
next Tuesday at 2 p. in., for Hilo and
way poi Is.
The Kamehameha school baseball
nine beat a .team from the Royal
school, on the Mukiki giound, Wed
Mn. William Lisbman, was pleas
antly siirpribcd by a large number of
friends, Monday evening, it being his
. m .
In future all who are invited to
make tho trip to Pearl Harbo, aro
lequested to be on board tho steamer
Ewa at 8 o'clock u. in. sharp.
According to tho "Advertiser," the
Bulletin readers had a "refreshing
rest" yesterday. Tho former was
not so geneious with its patrons.
William Moore, tho hack driver,
who has a charge of vagrancy pond
ing against him, lctf the country
on tho barkentino S. G. Wilder to-,
Two young nativo women were in
the Polico Court dock this morning,
on a .charge of drunkenness. They
looked pretty well ashamed of them
selves. The Post Office despatched by tho
Consuelo on Monday 1257 letters and
358 packages of papers; by tho S. G.
Wilder this morning C42 lettors and
377 packages of papers.
Tenders for tho erection of a resi
dence for tho Superintendent at tho
leper settlement, Molokai, should bo
sent in to'tho ollico of tho Board of
Health, beforp noon to-morrow.
Mn, D. B. Smith, tho electrician,
loaves on tho S. G. AVilder for a trip
for tho benefit of his health. Ho will
also attend to some matters of busi
ness while away. Mr. W. O, Faulk
will act for him during his absence.
Hawaiian Independence Day was
observed in a very quiet manner
yesterday. Th'o Government, diplo
matic and consular flags were flying,
and a salute was fired at noon from
tho shore battery.
A coloiied bluo jacket from tho U.
H. Alert, Samson Gieonwood, was up
in tho Polico Court this morning
chorged with assault on polico oflicor
Kekona with a knife. His cabo will
bo hoard to-morrow,
Mn. Charles Brickwood.tliod at his
residence Moanalua, early Wednes
day morning, and was buried from
the Human Catholic Cathedral at l
o'clock in tho afternoon, Ho had
leon ill for a long time past,
SOT A cordial invitation is ox
tonded to the public to call and
inspect the largo invoico of Holiday
Goods just received by the under
signed and to note tho remarkably
low prices of the same.
Hawaiian Nr.ws Co.,
25 Merchant street.
An untarnished cottage is wanted.
Mil. Q. W. Burgess
has a notice in
It. B. M. S. Hyacinth will be duo
hero on Saturday. .
The store of the lalo M.
Jr. at Makawao, is for sale.
Hon. Sam Parker gave a, supper
party nt bis residenco last evening.
An advertisement elsewhere con
tains nn oiler to" invest in Hawaiian
Dn. Brodie has got tho whooping
cough, and is now at Waialua trying
to get rid of it.
The Government houses and the
principal merchants of the city clos
ed at noon to-day.
Notwithstanding tho fact that tho
"Advertiser" has the Conquest down
to arrive October 21st, the vessel is
not due until tho middle of Januaiy.
Mrs. Gascoyne, tho dressmaker,
has returned from the Coast and will
resumo business on Monday next at
her former residence, King street.
The Potter suspender is an article
that should be used by oveiy gentle
man. There is no rubber to rot and
its elasticity is perfect. If gentlemen
desire comfortable suspenders they
should call at M. Goldberg's and buy
The Biblical lecture, illustrated by
the magic lantern, dehoied by Rev.
II. H. Gowon before tho St. 1'otei 's
Guild, Tuesday evening, was much
enjoyed by those present. The l!ev.
gentleman is an exceedingly intei
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Drill (Jo. A Honolulu Killes
Debating Society at 7 :3U.
Y. M. C. A. sincinE class,
Thanksgiving concert by the Ha
waiian Band, at- Emma Square, nt
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT T.. J. LEVEY.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. in.
CHINESE IMMIGRATION TO AUS
TRALIA. The Western Australian Parlia
ment have decided to reduce the
tonnage limitation from one in 500
to one iii 50, and to exclude the
clause inflicting penalties on China
men travelling from one colony to
another without a permit.
THANKSGIVING DAY CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PART I.
Choral The Old Hundredth
Overture Herald Anccls...
. . .Luther
Chorus Dav of Judgment.. .Schneider
Jledley North and South Moses
Kim Lei, Puu Ohulu, Ua Hiki no me Au.
Selection -Barber of Seville... Rossini
Waltz Golden bhower AValdtoufol
Two Marches a. Hawaiian Airs; b.
American Airs Qerger
THE S. C. WILDER.
The sailing of tho barkentino S.
G. Wilder was delayed until I
o'clock this afternoon by some- of
her passengers. Mr. D. B. Smith,
Mrs. Webster and child, Mr.
T. Cummins and 2 daughters, Mrs.
Butchor, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wal
ler, child and nurse, nml MaBter
High were passengers by tho vessel.
The Wilder was in fine trim for fast
sailing, and left tho harbor in good
A CASE OF POISONING.
Early Wednesday morning, Mr.
A. M. Hewctt, the newsdealer, who
sleeps in rear of his store called out
to Mr. Arthur W. Richardson,
United States Consular Clerk, that
he had taken poison in mistake. He
stated when Mr. Richardson arrived,
that he had used corrosive sublimate
for a tooth wash instead of alcohol.
Medical aid was at onco summoned
and a stomach pump was used.
Shortly after 9 o'clock, Mr. Hewett
was removed to the Queen's Hospi
tal where he still is in a very critical
Tho Salt Trust in England has
made a big advance in prices, caus
ing a great outcry.
Emperor William is suffering with
nn eye trouble that threatens blindness,
Bxcnrsion to Poarl M
A Jolly Party and a Day of
In response to invitations from
Mr. IS. It. Hendry, of the Pacific
Hardware Company, ladles, gentle
men and children began to gather at
Brewer's wharf, shortly after 7
o'clock on Wednesday moining, for
an excursion to Pearl River on tho
little steamer Ewn.
After some delay through tardy
ones, the steamer started from the
wharf with a company on board
comprised of the following:
Mr. E. It. Hendry and Mrs. Hen
dry, Capt. Graham, (of the U. S.
S. Alert), Mrs. Graham and Miss
Graham; Mr. Jona. Austin, (Min
ister Forcigu Affairs), and Miss
Austin; Mr. C. W. Ash ford, (Attorney-General)
; Mr. John H. So
por, (Marshal of tho Kingdom),
Masters John nrid William Soper ;
Lieut. Moore, (Alert), and Mrs.
Moore; Chief Engineer B. U. Gow-
ing, Lieut. Green, Dr. Green, Pay-
master Heap, Past Asst. Engineer
Crawford, and Ensign Gilmer, (All
of the Alert) ; Mr. Putnam, (U. S.
Consul-General), and Miss Putnam ;
Mr. F. P. Hastings and Mrs. Hast
ings, Mr. C. A. Brown and Mrs.
Brown, Mr. W. Foster, Mr. .7. S.
Winter and Miss F. Winter, Mr. W.
FrcSr, Professor M. M. Scott,
Mrs. Scott, Master Leslie,
Misses Gertrude and Marion Scott;
Miss-Dillingham, Mr. R. W. Laine,
(Mexican Consul), Mrs. Laine and
Master E. W. Laine; Mr. Ed.
Jones and Mrs. Jones, Mr. E. O.
White, Mrs. White and Master Clif
ford White; Mrs. Capt. Fuller, Miss
Fuller, and Master Geo. Fuller;
Miss Kealo Humphreys, Mr. J. W.
Robertson and Mrs. Robertson, Mr.
Poidcne, Mr. Horaberg, Mr.. A. L.
Smith, Mr. Tannatt, Mr. J. C.
Lane, Miss Peterson, Mr. George
Ross and Mrs. Ross, Mr. T. llo
bron, jr., Miss Ilassinger, Mr. J.
D. Strong, Mr. C. Bolte and Mrs. '
Bolte, Mr. E. L. Marshall.Miss Tan
ner, Miss Mossman, Mr. F. Lyman,
Miss Rose Makee,Miss Babcock, Mr.
J. Egan.Mr. G. H. Twcedio.Mr. E.
F. Bishop, Mr. J. E. Brown and
The run down occupied a little
over ono hour. The clear weather,
plcsant breeze, and smooth water,
all combined to make the short sea
tiip a pleasant one.
The bur at the entrance of Pearl
River was crossed before 10 a. m.
Knteiing the harbor, we pass Mr.
Dow sett's ranch, oV more correctly,
dwellings and storehouses attached
to that property, on our left, and
tinning a point of low laud, jutting
out on our left we find out selves
perfectly landblocked, and, needless
to add, in water as smooth as the
Our little steamer followed the tor
tuous windings of one of the numer
ous reaches of water that, together,
form what is called Pearl River,
neaiing first one bank, and then
The land on either hand appeared
to be a perfect level for many
miles, tho almost unbroken plain
reaching to the foot of the moun
tains. As point from point was passed,
each succeeding reach disclosed new
and charming landscapes, the
view ever changing as tho little
steamer ploughed her noiselestbway
over the still water, the only sound
being the hoarse grumbling of the
exhaust pipe, that, passing up
through the hurricane deck emitted
a cloud of steam with each stroke of
At many points were noticed
homesteads nestling in the midst of
groves of cocoa nut, banana, and
other trees, and scarcely distin
guishable amongst the luxuriant
Arriving at the head of the first
bend, the steamer retraced her
course and entered another reach.
Here a ' diversion of another kind
occurred. Tie sloop yacht Hea
lani, that had followed in our wake
from Honolulu, sailed gracefully
close under the steamer's stern,
whilst some musical genius on tho
yacht saluted us with dulcet (V)
BUillllB 11UIU it .DIJCUIUD til tlMIUJfUK,
which was promptly responded to
by the steamer's whistle.
On boaid the yacht were observ
ed Messrs. L. A. Thurston, L. Wil
cox, W. O. Smith, C. P. Iaukca, C.
B. Wilson, F. Wundenburg, and C.
The 'IJealani' tacked soveraUimcs,
sailing lound tho steamer, tho latter
meanwhile going her best gait, and
the exhaust plpo showing no signs
of giving up. although ono would
suppose each breath was a kind of
last Html effort.
The "Healani" shewed wonder
ful sailing qualities and the praise
bestowed upon her stimulated the
sporting spirit of Captain Graham
of the U. S. S. "Alert," who order
ed the boats crew of his fine gig that
was toning alongside the' stcumor,
to "get up tho sticks" and try con
clusions with tho saucy looking
"Healanl, Capt. Graham left the
steamer and sailed his own boat.
The two small sailing craft were
pretty evenly matched, the local
yacht, however, gaining on her
smaller opponent in stronger winds.
At 1 1 :U0, after about an hour
steaming in the still water, wo np-
pioach Ford's Island, which,
llrst glance, appeared to form part
of tho main land. .. As a matter of
fact, it-is impossible for n stranger
determine ulicro the main land
ends and tho Islands begin.
From the moment of entering
these half-river half-lake like waters,
for the first time at anyrate, ono bo
comes in a measure entranced ; a
sort of fcsthelio calqi wraps our
vision of things in general, a feel
ing inspired doubtless fiom tho en
tire newness of the scene, partly by
reason of tho natural beauties of
Poarl River and surroundings, and
uluo, perhaps .from tho fact that
this chronicler had just refreshed
his exhausted framo with n little
good plain soda water with some
thing else in it,
Leaving Ford's island behind ua,
tho prospect again changes, and the
broader expanse of Ewa opens to
tho view, disclosing what might al
most bo called a village, the
church, with its red roof, forming a
piomincnt feature, many cottages
scattered around the low lands of
the bay, shewed peeping from be
neath the luxurious shade of green
trees. A broad expanso of green,
composed chie.Uvz of,jipo and banana
plantations, and covering almost the
whole of the flat land that encircled
the bay of Ewa, interspersed with
occasional groves of monkey-pod,
algcroba, and mango trees, together
with the mountains of Waianae,
looming up in the distance, formed a
coiq d' ceil of surpassing loveliness.
Several sailing craft, engaged in
transporting rice etc., fitting rapidly
about under the influence of the
fresh trado wind, qdded also a'
picturcsqucness to the scene. It is
now noon, and, splto of nature's
loveliness, hitherto so enchputing,
certain indescribable cravings eman
ating from the inner man, testified
that, if .lunch time bad not arrived,
steps in that direction, in the very
near future, should be taken or
some one stood in danger of getting
hurt. Plain soda is all very well in
it3 way, frequently inspiring much
descriptive eloquence; but the time
had arrived when all hands looked
for good things of a more solid
The entire party landed at 2:30
p. m. Some in a large' flat bottomed
scow, kindly provided for the occa
sion, and the rest got ashore in the
gig of the TJ. S. S. Alert that, hav
ing distanced the steamer, got in
ahead of us.
Lunch, hbeially supplied, was
spread out under the grateful shade
of algcroba trees, adjoining the lesi
denee of Mr. C. A. Brovvn, who had
kindly placed at the disposal of the
party the use of this charming re
treat. A deadly silence ensued, no
human voice disturbed the calmness
thaticigncd around, the clatter of
deadly weapons in the shape of
knives and pointed forks gave evi
dence of the serious business then I
being enacted in tho solitude of that
Lunch being over, and so liber
ally pai taken of by young and old,
enthusiasm subsided, and scarco
energy enough remained amongst
the crowd to group themselves for
the photograph taken on the spot
by Mr. J. D. Strong.
Whilst many of the company who
had partaken very liberally of the
good things piovided wcro compos
ing themselves for aquictsiesta,they
weic cheated out of their tropical
luxury by loud cricsof'all aboard."
No time was to be lost, embark
ation was begun at once, and
in a brief space of time
all that remained beneath those Al
gcroba trees to mark the do
ings recently enacted there, were
sundry fragments of what had form
ed part of lobster salads, etc.
At 3:30 wo were again pufllng
away towards Honolulu, crossing the
bar at about 4 p. m. By this time
the wind had increased considera
bly, and a 'short sea had arisen,
causing our little steamer to knock
about, unpleasantly. Ono by one
several of tho excursionists suc
cumbed to that much dreaded mon
strosity mal de mer. Theso suffer
ings were, however, confined to the
lower deck. On the hurricane deck
above the scene was a very differ
ent one. A jovial gioup of ladias
and gentlemen bad assembled at the
fore part of the vessel, and made
that part of tho ship merry by sing
ing songs with jolly choruses.
The voices, howeyer, did not at
all times harmonise perfectly, as
ono individual, prostrate on tho
deck close to-tho bows'of the steamer,
would Insist in joining in the clio
ruses in stentoiian (onGs at the end
of each verse, without 'appajently,
paying the smallest regard to time
or tune, Perhaps the gentleman
had not a good ear for music, and
thought he was doirf his part with
much credit to himself.
Tho steamer leached Brewcr'B
wharf at about G o'clock, all the
party much pleased with their trip
and loud in their praises of their
kind host, Mr, E. R. Hendry; who,
by careful management, had dono
so much to make the trip all that
could be desired, mal de mer ex
cepted, THE MUTUAL
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Caih Assets. December 31, 1807
ThoRo who deslro safe and prolltable
Life Insnruucu arc invited to apply to
. B. BOSH,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 88.1y
j- . i, ,,1, & y&$ S '".iii -a l3MBlM&ffl2&aSUU
' iiiiiih i Tiii'i i inTM i m iiir i fflmiil Tiffliriilil
JftHct under ihil Star! or chargti JO eeitli
per lint for Ihiflnt nnrtton, and S cmttptr lint
ttery additional ituertitn.
WHERE? At the Pioneer Stcnm
Candy Factory & Bnkery Finest
flavored Thtmkfiglvlng Mince Pics of
over & quarter of century reputation in
Honolulu, to bo had from Wednesday
noon until Thursday ovrnlng, nt 25
cents each to suit tho time. 60 cents
pics nmdo to order. Hotel, between
Fort and Nuuanu, opposite New Bethel
street. 108 at
THE President of tho United Stales
anil tho SlinUter of Interior of
Uawali Ncl have declared tho SSlh and
2Uth NoTcuibtr, as dnjs of Thanks,
giving. It la an old establish custom
to cat good Mince Pies on those days,
and as tho Ellto Ico Cream Parlors arc
well known to mako tho best pies in
the city you'll kindly lcavo your orders
at tho Elite." 107 2t
HAVE A FINE LOT OF
Fat Turkeys !
2 -WEEKS M0RE--2
Everything MUST and
SOLD LESS THEN COST !
To make room for the
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fishol.
People's Own Price
As the Btoro is overstocked with
- COME ONE I
For tho BARGAINS at
: The Leading
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streets.
Corrugated Iron !
Bent Crown Brand.
6, 7. 8, and 0 Fdot Lengths
Just lauded Ex. tihlp "Cockonnouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, C00 llhla, White Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates,
LEWIS & CO,
uh.h'wawh'M'm in .mm
temple or fashion;'
G3 & 05 FOKT STREET.
New Goods I Sio 053 New Goods t
Tho ladies aro invited to inspect our
SEW STOCK of DRY OOttS & FANCY GOODS
Received by hut Uuamcr and personally selected by Mr. S. Ebrlioh. T 10
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices nrc Bed Rock. A large assortment of
Dres G-oocltsJ in all ISTeve Shades !
Embroideries, LaccB & Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot h Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cbeviots.
IN"W jNovelticH In Ladlen' JUorlin ln.-vls I
Ladies' Cabsciucro Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Cdrsets it Underwaro nt low prices
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
Wo call particular attention to our Shoo Department. .
A Full TJnc of LndicH' French Kill Button (Shoe,
A Fall Line f Gent's MIiocp,
Children' French Kid Shoes at Bed Bock Friees.
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing I
Gent's Bathing Suits at $L50 a Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort Street.
-B THE -3BI-
JEGkAJN &z OOMJP.AJVY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Goods Suitable for ii Hay Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Lnoo Curtains, tStamiodLlXM.llos, Hhoo .Sasrs, 33 to.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Hrrasene, Tinsel, Pon-PoHS, Etc.
Wo inll rmrtiniilnr tiftnntimi In niir inr fOr.tinn 111
Mom-Mile Mie M
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats fc Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Heckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
T nrlinn' 0. TUTinnnn' Tlnnn flfinnn
Call on us before
KTMrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work
A NEAT Cottage of Four
. Rooms, Bath-room In
tho House, and Out-houses,
near the Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Sir. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffschlaeger & (Jo.'s. 97 tt
ANISw Cottago of 3 Laigo
Itoonis unit Kitchen, -pa.
pared and piloted, and fcliu
aled mauka of PunchbowLjStj eel over,
looking tho head of Km ran (trcet. This
btiflding Is placed on leasehold land
tholeaio having several yiars to run.
Will bo sold cheap for caidi. Apply to
J. E. BROW)
fti K UO.
HOUSE to LET,
TEIE House and Premises
lutely occupied by W. S.
Luce, Esq., situate on Union
street and Adams Lane. Tho IIouso
contains parlor, ft bedrooms, 3 dressing
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kltcluu. Thtro Is also a Cnttupe In tho
grounds with 1! room?, stnble, carriage
house and servaut's room. Tho place is
in perfect order. I'cscsBlon given at
onco. Apply to
J. 3L MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
Just received a small consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
From the well-known Arms of Dubos
Freres, and I.ununso & Fancol,
Also, from tho cellars of Romans & Co.,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarts & Magnums)
viiairau j'iueni, man;
Grande Fino Champagne Brandy, 1811.
Cgy-Tlie above comprlBes the Choicest
Brauds of Wines and Liquors ever Ira
ported to this market.
VOK MAtfR BY
MACFARLANE & Co.
wwinwwwrtuC!iMtn iBiiii-ih.1. hiiULiU'.mUh AtW'l
GOODS - a -NBW GOODS
Gents, Yttito k Gllrei ! !
0. fllirmnTin 0. flnntn'
in Point Laces on exhibition hero"SWt
17 - 88
ETIETJENS will attend to my bust-
ncss during my abtence from tho
Kingdom. A. JAEGER.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1888. 102 Iw
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
child. New- re
versible child's sa"ddlo
w 1th bridle. AU corn-
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
For Sale Valuable Taro
Y AND off Lillba street, dl.
JU rectly in the rear of J.
U. Black and Clark premises,
consisting of building lot and
three large taro patches, area
about 1 U t
this land w
acres. There ii a leaie upon
hich has threo years more to
run, at an annual rental of $100, pay,
bio semi-annually in advance on the 1st
day of July and January. Lessees pay
taxes and water rates. This property
was formerly owned by Keonl Kapu.
Vineyard street when oxtendol will,
after crossing Llllha street, run plans
the makal side of this properly giving
it a frontage on tho street. This pro.
pcrty is now reached by a lane running
from the Ewa side of Llllbi. street,
Tltlo perfect. For further partlnuUia
enquire of J. M. MONBARRAT.
IN answer to several enquiries con
cerning Whalo Boat Frames, we
have now In course of construction,
:i Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 33 fee
long. Theso frames aro bent In one
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
lenulrlng lit tlo tact to set them up and,
build. rho full framo for such boats,
Including canta, 45 sections In number,
Is sold at $28 ; with largo stems on keel,
and ready to plank f 40. They are not
Intended to bo clinker built, nor as the
frail Imported whalo boats nroner. but
1 nrA 1titptnlf.fl fnt rmifrli iiqa ,irl ,l,iiatit
').)'' llRUtvrlthan f fishing amt
these frames and lntcud doing so, and
make tills offer to amateurs aud others
desirous of trying their hand, with,
plenty of leisure aud small cash to make
a business. Will bend frames to aoy
given model from 6 to 25 tft. Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Boats.
Stems, Knees and Timbers, Uutuif
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SON.
70 tf; ot Builders,