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QT 10,000 foot of the latest stylo
Picture and Cornico Mouldings just
received at Kino Bkos.,
8 The public aro invited to call
and inspect our Goods. Wo will bo
pleased to sec you at
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 835.
FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1888.
Stmr Kuala for Walanae and Waialua at
Stmr W G Hall for Laliaina, Maalaoa,
ICoua. Kati and tho Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
VESSELS LEAVING TQ-M0RR0W.
Bk J O Pfluger for San Francisco
Thosaillugof the German unik J
Pfluger has been postponed till to-mor
PODMORE On the 29th inst., at 25S
King stieet, to the wife of Mr. It.
W. Podinore, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun tramway is being laid on Ala
J. L. TomiERT has a card of thanks
in another column.
Tiierk will bo another excursion to
1'earl River to-monow.
Tun King went to Kailua
W. Or. Hall this moi ning.
J. F. Coi.BUUN & Co. have
stones aud bricks for sale.'
T. E. Evans lias been appointed
clerk of the Labaina markets, Maui.
"What lots of nice pies they used
to have on Thanksgiving Day fifty
This being St. Andiew'a Day, spe
cial sei vices wuie held at St. An
J. E. Bhown & Co. adveitiso spe
cial i.ates for tboir aerated waters, to
picnic rustics, etc.
Mn. Cli.is. L. Cuter has been ap
pointed a notary public for the First
Judicial Couit of the Kingdom.
On Wednesday next'Mr. J. F. Mor
gan will sell tlio household furi'iituio
at the H'sidenco of Mrs. W. II.
A notice appears elsewhere fioni
Norman Hulbcrt, respecting the
business lately carried on at Wailuku
by E. A. Biclenberg.
Next Sunday, December 2d, an
English sermon will be delivered at
tlio Roman Catholic Cathedral of
Honolulu at tlio 7 a. in. mass.
Mn. A. M. llowctt was much bet
ter thiB moi ning, being without any
pain, and as cheerful as could be ex
pected under the circumstances.
Great ' preparations are being
inado by tho ."Aliahui Hooulu and
Hoola Lahui Society" for the fair to
be held in tho Honolulu Rifles
Armory Saturday, December 22d.
The Thanksgiving concert at
Emma Square by tho Hawaiian band
last oVoning, was fairly Veil attend
ed. The audience encored several
H rn m
TnK invited guestB to Pearl River
aro reminded that tho steamer Ewa
will leave Biewor's wharf at 8 o'clock
sharp to-morrow morning. Bo in
timo everyone of you.
Dn.' TI.' B. Williams lato of tho
U. S. re von no steamer Rush, arrived
from San Francisco on tho W. G,
Irwin, and will resume tho duties of
Government physician at Hana,
There will bo a temperanco meet
ing for nre n in tho vacant storo in
Brower's Block at 7 ;30 o'clock Satur
day ovening. There will bo brief ad
dresses by now speakers. Open to
froo discussion. Everybody welcome,
Hack Inspector Macy has 'bo ar
ranged it, that at tho band concerts
at Emma Square, carriages aro ob
liged to enter tho Square by tho
lowor entrance and leave by tho
upper one. This arrangement is
bound to save confusion.
The members of Mystic Lodgo
No, 2K. of P., leavo for Wailuku
next Tuesday, whcio a now lodgo
will bo opened. It is expected thero
will botweon forty and fifty in tho
party. They return tho following
Bargains In Holiday Goods
JO Such as Rosewood and Pearl
Inlaid Writing Desks, Embossed
Lcathor and Plush Photograph Al
bums, Xiuas and New Year Cnids
for the million, Cabinet Photo
Frames, Booklets, Childrens' Books
and Presentation Books in largo
variety. A large lino of Books and
Game's for children. Note a few of
our specialties. Plush Cabinet Pho
tograph Albums, nssortcd colors, at
$2 worth $3.o0; Fancy Embossed
Autograph Albums, assorted, at 25c.
worth 00c. ; Plush and Leather Au
tograph Albums, extra line, at -10c.
worth 75c. ; Xmas Cards at 5, 10,
15, 20 and 25cts., and many other
bargains too numerous to mention at
the store of the'"
Hawaiian Nr.ws Co.,
25 Merchant street.
Chas. Dwight has soniu very choico
Manila cigais for sale at his store
adjoining Levey's auction rooms.
Tun photographs of the picnic on
Wednesday, taken by Mr. J. D.
Strong, were very successful. The
pictures'will be on view at Mr. J.
Williams' photographic galleiy to
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Riilcs
Services nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1 lm. O. R.
M. at 7:30.
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho German ship J. C. Pfluger
sails for San Francisco Saturday. A
mail will be despatched by her
which closes at tho Post Office at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon. Hav
ing twenty-two days in which to
reach the Coast before the next
steamer, it is a good oppoitunity to
forward letters and papers. AJl
letters marked J. C. Pfluger will be
The following appointments have
recently been made by the Minister
of the Interior: S. F. Chillingworth,
of Makawao, Maui, Commissioner
of Boundaries for the Second Judi
cial Circuit; F. S. Lyman of Hilo,
Commissioner for Third Judicial
Circuit, and Jacob Hardy for
Fourth Judicial Circuit.
To-moirow evening the Portu
guese Philharmonic Society's mas
queiadc ball will be held at the Por
tuguese Benevolent Society's hull,
Alapai street. It commences at
7:30 o'clock, and the Poituguese
baiml will play several selections in
the grounds at that time. Foi
dancing the Hawaiian string band
will play? -Theball promises-to be
a successful affair. It is expected
there will be some very pretty cos
tumes. A NEW "ARTIST ESTABLISHED.
Mr. Howard D. Hitchcock, Jr., is
now established in a studio over
Messrs. Spreckels &' Co.'s bank,
vtheio he will be pleased to attend
to the wishes of patrons of his line
of art. Mr. Hitchcock is a young
artist of skill and promise, as his
productions now on exhibition in his
studio testify. His special line of
study is landscape painting, of
which he has several promising ex
amples at piescnt on tho easel.
Theso aro mostly of miniature size,
suitable as Christinas or New Years
cards. It should bo understood
that Mr. Hitchcock's pictures are
from nature, and visitors will find at
his studio, placed on canvas, en
chanting island views familiar to
THE SMALLEST MAN
In town may possibly be Mr. N. S.
Sachs, proprietor of tho Popular
Millinery House, but that lias noth
ing whatever to do with the tempt
ing display of holiday goods opened
out at his storo this morning. A'
lady who exclaimed in the store
after looking at the articles, "Oh,
what beautiful goods!" was quite
right in her statement. She might
have gone farther and said, "I
never saw more beautiful in Hono
lulu." That would also have been
coriect. Space will' not admit of a
description of all tho articles. Tho
only thing to be done is for our
readers to call at the store and in
spect them. Tho articles will bear
the closest inspection and tho prices
are within reach of all. The earlier
you call tho better.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
UEFOKE rilESTON, J.
FlUDAY, Nov. 30th.
ICeawchiku (w.) vs. Nannie R.
Brower. Petition for dower. Re
turn daj'. Answer having been
filed. Thursday, Dec. C, 1888, is
appointed for hearing.
M, Thompson for plaintiff; no
appearance of or for defendant.
UElOllE DOI-E, J. INTERMEDIARY
Tho King vs. Chun U, Carrying
concealed weapons, Defendant's
appeal from District Court of Koo
laupoko. 'Continued from yester
day. Further continued until next
No appearance of or for prosecu
tion ; J. II, Barcnaba for defendant,
i f you waWXsTtuation
JL advertise in the Daily Bolujtin.
lit the rW, it. h. aownK At 3Ti Atf
Following is the sermon preached
by Rev. Herbert II. GowenatSt.
Andrew's Cathedral from the text:
Psalm G7, verse C Then shall tho
earth yield her increase and God,
even our God, shall bless us.
Psalm G7 was the harvest thanks
giving psalm of tho Jowlsh Church.
The feast of Ingathering or Taber
nacles v, as called by the Rabbis "the
Feast." JFor seven consecutive days
the caravans of pilgrims arrived at
Jerusalem from every pait, and all
the gardens outside the city w ei o
thrown open to accommodate the ic
joicing multitudes. There they
raised the 'succoth' or booths of
palm branch, ohvc and myrtle. In
the sticets glad processions took
place, each person bearing the 'lu
lab1 or palm branch. Each day the
priest went down to 4?iloam and
drew water in a golden ewer, and
while the temple tiumpcts sounded
and the people waved their lulabs,
poured it out beside the altar. Well,
said the Rabbis, that the man who
had not seen his Joy did not know
what joy was. And it was during
theso festivities that tho psalm was
sung au anthem with solo, semi
chorus and chorus to an accom
paniment of stringed instruments.
Whatever may bo tho shortcom
ings of Judaism no one can say that
the vital connection between its re
ligious and secular life was a noble
realization of which alas, few exam
ples remain in the modern world.
In the ancient Church, as we may
learn from our Prayer Book, it was
the custom for the whole people to
unite on tho three Rogation days in so
lemn supplication for God's blessing
on the seed sown, and for the pros
perity of the nation in its vcntuics
by land and sea. Then theie were
processions round the paiish known
as 'beating tbo bounds,' signifying
that the town was walled about and
defended by the protecting power of
God. On Aug. 1st we have a relic
of Harvest Thanksgiving in Lammas
Day or 'Loaf-mas,' the feast of the
In many ways theso old religious
customs have been dissociated from
the nalion.il life. On many hands
it is held that the maich of progres
sive civilization can go on iriespec
tive of national belief in God or na
tional recognition of Hi in as the
source of. iiealness. There is an
idea, that inherent in modern nations
is something which is to save them
fiom the common fate of the nations
of antiquity, which grew strong,
and in their strength grew proud,
and in their pride decayed and died.
True thanksgiving dispels this idea,
for just as love involves service, so
Thanksgiving involves dependence.
Without, dependence and the sense
of lesponsibility which dependence
brings, civilization is an unmeaning
term. The memory of this is the
only thing which can ensuie to the
Anglo-Saxon race its exemption
lioni the fate of Egyptian, Greek or
Aztec. Power is delegated power.
The nation whn.li says as Pilate, "I
have power," will soon learn by the
stern teaching of history, "Thou
couldst have no power at all except
it were given thee from above,"
while to the nation which like Solo
mon asks of the Most High wisdom
and grace, will be added gloiy and
victory and length of days.
And, to-day, as we thank God for
a nation's prosperity, let us remem
ber in what that prospeiity consists.
Do wo thank. Him merely for ma
teiial blessings, the wealth of the
soil, the forest and the mine? Is it
in these that the greatness of the
American' Republic consists? Liebig
said of England: "The power of
England lies in her coal-mines."
That was only a chemist's view.
What is material wealth alone? In
Milan Cathedral lies tho embalmed
body of S. Carlo -Borromeo. In his
hand rests a golden crozicr, on Ins
breast a cross of emeralds. Can the
corpse be considered as having
them? In the wreck of a Calif omian
ship a passenger fastened 200 lbs.
of gold around his waist, and went
down like a stone. Had he the
gold, or had the gold him?
A dead body cannot possess pro
perty. Neither can a dead nation.
To a nation as an individual "the
life is more than meat, and tho body
than raiment." And we praise God
for the nation's life not for the para
sitical organisms which prey upon
its vitals, 'but the life which makes
the nation "heir of all the ages in
tho fotomost files of time," which
moves it on witli purpose sure nnd
strong towards the final goal.
When the war drum throbs no longer,
and the battle Hags are furl'd
In the Parliament of man, the Federa
tion of the world,'
Well, said Plato years ago,
"Tell them they have divine gold
and silver in their souls forever ;
that they need no money stamped of
mon, for through that which the law
of the multitude has coined, endless
csimes have been done and suffered,
but in their's is neither pollution nor
And again Geo. Herbert
Lift up yo'ur head
Take stars for money ,Btais not to
By any in t, yet to bo purchased.
The real prospeiity of a nation is
not what it has, but what it is. Na
tions have been great, which have
yet starved among their iton hills.
Leonidas and his 300 Spartans were
greater than tho pampered millions
of Xerxes, The greatness of a na
tion is in tho way it fulfils its re
sponsibility to tho Arbiter of all
destinies and the Eternal Power in
the vpii of nil civlllBlng Influence.
And the feollnpf of responsibility
will mingle with our song of thanks
giving and harmonious note of
To mmtal hcalts Is guarded by a
All loc fears loss, and most (hat
Its own perfection."
In the very centres of our civil-
ization in London and in New
York under the very shadow of our
churches there are deeds cotntnitlcd
and evils suffered whicli aro a
shame to our humanity. These na
tional sores arc only healed by na
tional sacrifice. Wo thank God for
tho example of our forefathers in
making sacrifice for the mantle they
have let fall upon us to cmdlatc
their spirit. Hero wo have greater
wealth than in mlnoor prairie. "The
greatest gift a hero leaves his race
is to have been a hero." Wo praiso
God then with our hearts aud voices
for the legacies of the past, as well
as for the treasures of the present.
But we need to make our thanks
giving practical, to "show forth our
praise not only with our lips but in
our ll03." -.3
1. Lot our thanksgiving then
open our cj'es, lest we allow evil
growths around us, which by and
bye will imperil our life. Let us not
wait for effects but root up causes.
Lot our law be archie and critic as
well as restrictive.
2. Let it strengthen 'our hands.
What we shall receive in the future
depends upon how we use what we
have. "To him that hath shall be
given" if he use it. This is the
lesson of the seed corn planted in
faith, to bring forth a hundredfold.
This is the lesson of our Lord's
miiaclc where He used the 5 loaves
to feed a multitude.
3. And it should open our
hearts. See how it does this in the
Psalm The harvest of corn intro
duces the thought of a wider har
vest. The narrow Jew opens his
heart to welcome the ingathering of
the Gentiles. On this day alone 70
bullocks were offered for the 70
Gentile nations. "Tho Dations shall
praiso Thee, O God, yea, all the
nations shall praise Thee."
And is not this the case generally
with national thanksgivings as with
national sorrows? Did not the heart
of the woi Id go forth to Victoria as
she celebrated the jubilee of her
gloi ions reign? Did not the woild
gather in sympathy at the tomb of
those hero-monaichs of" that sister
nation of The great Teutonic stock?
Thus ever may the heart of the
world expand, till nations like indi
viduals rejoice with those that re
joice and weep with those that weep
till every barrier is broken down
and all unite in the great building
of the city of God.
"How came you here? said another
For j on aienot of us.
Let him build, said the master
It will never be built but thus."
Patriotism must never die, but wo
ti ust the time will come when na
tions will find co-operation better in
the long mn than competition love
better than rivalry, and Christlike
humanity better than zeal for a
party. There are battles enough to
light against vice and crime. To
win these is the mission of all Chris
tian nations, and with this high'
purpose before them they need
never fear to drop wearily the lamp
of noble influence, but "God shad
bless them, and all the ends of the
world shall fear Him."
Aie there thunders moaning in
Aietheio speoties moviag in the
Tiust the Loid of Light to lead His
Till the thunders pass, tlio spectres
And the Light ia victor, and tho
Dawns into tho Jubilee of, the Ages.
11 -1 n i. a i i j i p in
A SECOND-HAND Cabinet Organ is
wanted. Apply at this oAlcc.
'"piIE uwlersignol being about to leavo
X the Kingdom, requests the imme
diate settlement of all accounts due
N. F. Burgess, or steps will be taken
lo collect tlio same.
109 2w O. W, BURGESS.
MRS. GASCOYNE begs to Inform
her numerous friends anil. cub
tomeis that linYlng relumed from her
vacntlon, will resume business on MON
DAY NEXT, December 3rd, at her
former resilience, King street. 109 lw
GASCOYNE is prepared to
receive orders for Dyeing all
Goods at the Thompson's
Dye Works of Ban Fran.
Cisco. Samples of the Dye In all the
various colora and shade can bo seen
on application to MrB. Gacoyno's Dre$s.
making Koome. Ordeis promptly at.
tended to. 101) lm
rpiIL undersigned having been duly
JL oppolnii.il administrator of tho
Estate of Manuel Vicente, Jr,, late of
Makawao, deceoEed, notice is hereby
(,'ivL'ii to all persons to present their
claims against tlio estate nf eald Manuel
Vicente, Jr., duly authenticated, whether
secured by morlgago or otherwise, to
tho umlerbigncd at the olllce of II. Hack,
fcld & Co., Honolulu, within six months
from the date hereof, or they will be
forever barred; mid all persons indebted
to eald ctato are hereby requested to
make immediate payment.
J, F, HAOKFELD,
Administrator of the Estate of Manuel
Vicente, Jr., deceaBed,
Honolulu, Not. 21, 1888, 103 4toaw
JfetkiivntttrtUi ht4 ere ctmrptd 10 ctnii
ttr line for thtflrtl Intcrtien, ml 6 ccnttptr line
ererj ddttionel imniion.
TAN'S BOAT iuTCDINa
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
THE undersigned will bo In hlofllcc,
Brewer's Block, Ilotcl street, next
door to Candy Store, every day from 12
noon to 2 r. u, to receive orders, and
explain the use of abovo valuable Invea.
tioa for telephones. P. PECK.
OOHSDXATK OV SWRDKN & NOIIWAY, )
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 18fa8. f
EXTRACT from Norwegian Law, re
luting to Norwegian State-citizen,
ship dated April 21, 1888:
Any Norwegian sUtc-clllzeii liming
loft Norway, and having the rights of a
Norwegian bom suite citlrm in virtue
of 02 of the Constitution, may retain
his rights ns a Norwociaa st'itc-citlcu
by making a declaration of hit inieu.
lion to remain ns such, bofoio i ho local
Norwegian Consul previous to April 21,
188 J, or within one yeat alter his depar
ture from Norway.
This dcclaiatlou shall be valid for the
space of ten years, within tho cxpira.
tlon of which term it may bo renowed
for a t-Imtlar pcribd.
In all cases In which euch right is re
tained, if applies likewise to the wife
and to his or her chlldicn under age,
who reside with their parents, or are
educated and provided for by tbem.
Any Norwegian not complying with
the above verbally or in writing, will
lose his slate citizenship.
II. W. SCHMIDT,
104 lw Consul.
HAVE A FINE LOT OF
2 -WEEKS M0RE--2
SOLD LESS THEN COST !
To make room for the
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fisbel.
People's Own Price
As tho Storo is
tar COME ONE I
For the BARGAINS at
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streets.
LEWIS & CO.
G:j & G5 POUT STKEET.
Wew Goods ! 5B5Io-
Tbo ladies are invitud to inspect our
NEW STOK of 1KY GOODS & FAN V If WOODS
Iteconcd by last steamer and personally selected by Mr. SB. Ebrliob. Tbo
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices nre Bed Bock. A largo assortment of
JDi'ess GS-oodLs in all PfeTV Shades I
Embroideries, Laces & Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot Jc Ladies' Oloth, olc.
Large Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & ChGYlots.
3No-v IVovcltlcM in L.tulieH' Berlin Slm-wls I
Ladies' Cassemcic Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets & Underware at low prices
Fancy Surrah Silk and. Fancy Velvets !
We call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Fnll Tvino, of lindlcH' Jb'rcncH Kill Itntton SIiocb,
A Fnll liinc of Gent'H SIioch,
Children's French Kid Shoes nt Bed Rock Price.
In all Widths, Colors fc Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing 1
Gent's Bathing Suits nt $1.50 a Suit.
G3 & 65 Fort Street;
-2ES THE -SB-
NEW OOIS"a WaTNEW
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Hoods SiaMe for tbo Holay Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Luce Oui-livliiH. Htnrapod T111ch, fcSlioo 33a kb, into.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Wo call particular attention
HMiii Mil for
Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
If you want
Call on us before going elsewhere.
53s STAMPING DONE -8
CSTMrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work
A NEAT Cottage of Four
. Rooms, Bath-room in
the House, and OuHiouses,
near the Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffschlaegcr & Co.'s. 97 tf
ANEW Cottago of 3 Largo
Rooms and Kitchen, pa-
pared and piiutcu, and situ
ateil miuika of Punchbowl stieetover
looking the head of Emma street. This
building is placed on IcasehoM land
the leaso having several years to run.
Will be sold cheap for cah. Apply to
101 2w J. E. BROWN A CO.
HOUSE to LET.
TIIE House and Premises
lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Esq., situate on Union
Btrcet and Adams Lane. Tho House
contains paflor, 3 bedrooms, 2 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There is also a Cottage in tho
grounds with i rooms, stable, carriage,
house nnd servant's room. The place is
in perfect ordr. Possession given at
ouco. Apply to
J. M. MONSARKAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
Just rpceived a Binall consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
From the well-known firms of Dubos
Frercs, and l.anusse & Pancol,
Jlimt Jtrlon, w
Also, from the cellars of Romans & Co.,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In (Quarts & Magnums)
Chniunertlii, 1804 ;
Clinmbcrtlu, 1H74 ;
Chateau D'Viniem, 1H5H;
Dry Ciicncofi, H Yearn Old;
Chntouu aiurcuux, 1S77;
Graudo Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811,
BSSrTho above comprises tho Choicest
Brauds of Wines and Llquois ever im.
ported to this markot.
VOU MAI.13 11V
MAGFARLANE & Go.
-ojES5 New Goods I
GOOS"5 MP-NEW GOODS
to our line selection
Bants. Mflm & Clin!
Hats & Caps,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
something very fine in
in Point Laces on exhibition horo-a
17 - 88
HAS removed his residence to tho
" Dudoit House," King street,
where he may be found ai night from
0:30 p.m. to 0:30 a. u. Mutual Tele
phone No. 174. 103 lw
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
child. New re
versible child's saddJo.
- with bridle. All com-
plcte. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
For Sale Valuable Taro
LAND off Lllilm street, dl.
rectly in tro rear of J.
11. Black and Clark premises,
consisting of building lot and
three large taro patchei. area
about I !., acres. There i a. leaie upeu
this land which has three years more to
run, nt an annual rental of $100, pay .
ble semi-annually in advance on the lit
day of July and January. Lessees pay
taxes and water rates. This property
was formerly owned by Keonl Kapu.
Vineyard street when oxtcndo'l will,
after crossing Llllha street, run along
the makal side of this property giving
it a frontago on tho street. This pro
perty is now reached by a lane running
from the Ewa aide of Llllha street.
Title perfect. For further particulars
enquire of J. M. MONSARKAT.
IN answor to sovcral enquiries con
cerning Whale Boat Frames, we"
have now in course of construction,
!i Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 32iect
long. Theso frames aro bent lir one
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
requiting little tact to set them up and
build. Tho full frame for such bouts,
Including canto, 45 sections lu numlier.
is sold at 928 ; with large stems on keel,
and ready to plank f 40. They aro not
Intended to bu clinker built, nor as the
frnll Imported whale boats proper, but
aro Intended for rough use aud durably
llty. yot light withal, for fishing and
trading purposes. Wo have exported
theso Trauies aud intend doing so, aud
innko this offer to amateurs aud others
deslroaB of trying their baud, with
plenty of leisure aud small cash to make
a biisluess. Will bend frames to any
given model from & to 25 torn, Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Boaui,
Steins, Knees aud Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 825.
DOWEU & SON.
70 ti Roat Builders. ,
JSifilw-i ft 3 Jpfeffe