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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., JANUARY 10, 1889.
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Will bu received at tho Interior
Ollico until WEDNESDAY, May 1.
for an Iron Muikot Building
for Honolulu, in accordance with
plans and specifications to be seen
at the oflico of the Superintendent of
Public Works.' All material tn be
delivered on the wharf at Honolulu,
complete ahd 'really for erection.
Custom House Entry and duticsficu.
AIL 'Tenders .-must bu endorsed
"Tender for Iron Market Building
The Minister of the Interior' tiocs
ritit'birhl himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LOKHIN A. THURSTON,
. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Jan. 10, 1880.
-.- 1WM " - -
'Mr.-Gen. K. Fairehild has been ap
pointed by the I'oaid of Education,
School Agent for the district of Ku
waihiiiT, Inland i)f Kauai, vice lion.
P. 1 Kanoa. ....-
..,lly.iinler.,i)f the Boaidof Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
j sEdueatiirii-Oilieo, Jan. 8; 18S!)." '
;tt d it w
Of 1889, at Paris, will Open on the
5th Day of May, 18853, and
Class on the 31st Bay
of Ost., 1889,
And it being desirable that this King
dom should be fully represented
thereat, HiV-Majesty's (ioverninent
respectfully invite the Public gen
erally. to contribute Siieein.uns of the
Arts, ProduulK, Manufactures and
natural Curiosities pertaining to
The following among others are
suggested us desirable for exhibi
tion ; - ....'-.. -
Paddy and Kice
of Kapa, Mats,
Hats and other
Hawn Jewelry of
Kukui Nuts, etc
-Fruits, .diicd and
Head and Seed
and man'f's of
Maps and Charts
IJ oo k h, Jtepoits
in b'd volumes
V o 1 c a n o Speci
mens Ancient Native
Weapons, I m
'Models of inv
and otlier iili
Medicinal and iuo
. &f-ul 'H n wiiii a n
Ilerbs, It outs
All notices of intention to Exhibit
and all applications for space should
be made to Jno. A. Ilassinger, De
partment of the Interior, on or be
fote January 251b, and all exhibits
must bu delivered to him for the
Government at "Aliidlani Hale, and
receipted for on or before February
0?1880.-" - -
i'-.,.Oo..'A. -Hi Spalding will be the
Special Commissioner of the Hawai
ian Government at Paris during the
Exposition and will have charge of
' MteW-rawaiiuii Exhibits.1
All exhibitors must cleiuly and ac-
cuiately describe their intended ex-
"''liiljitsiiiid alsU"thc'vnluc':of same for
purposes of insurance".
The cost of forwarding and return
?f alLExhibits will be defrayed by
the Hawaiian Government.
Exhibitors should state whether the
Exhibits aio for sale (mid if so at
iWjjat.JirJCRa), orftJoMH,. to bo re
turned. Where not so stated it will
jbojjuyjerstood tl:t tliey( jip to be
sold. Exhibits for sale, will bo sold
at tho close of tho Exhibition for the
benefit of "Exhibitois and loans will
be returned to the owners at Hono
lulu. JONA. AUSTIN,
. . Minister of Foreinn nfl'aiie.
"' . ' '. ' -
' rpiIE Co-partnership heretofore exist-
. JL ing butween J. K. Wilder at.d
Ilei.ry Ujvih of this City, i-M-ircd by
Vliml ution, Pecemlur ill, ISSS, and
ijcniwj w I'l-t nUJii.l date. ,Mr. Heniy
Davls I. as (iircliastd thu iiueru-i of Mr.
J..IC Wilder In tlie.biisineiu.-und ;is
Hiinua idl diii liabilities of the til ut of
Davis ii 'Aililer. He will puy all
atiiOiiiilMhiu u. the Unit mid collect all
" 'out-Ian ling acco nis duo said linn, mid
; . continue the tin incts from date, i.ndur
the mime and vt le of Henry Davis & Co.
'" ' J. K. W1I.DK11,
tffc. S ?JM1fl'ftJgW.r.rpiiW. .
, ' HBIn retiring from the II tin ot Davis &
WihUrj I wnuld rcepicifi.lly nt-k lor toy
successor Mr. Henry Duvi-i, the coiitinu
aiic'u of aiT tliu'uood will and lihul at
routige which wo tojtctlur enj ytd, feel.
iirjwffftullt.pjrt h will not hi wtintiiii; In
elkn and dtslre to jiluu c and i-atlsfy
all I artles who a Hi rd him tin ir nntrou-
agc' J. K. Wilder.
'V 1 1 33
ait a fj!lifin
Pledged to neither Sect nor J'aity,
liul established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JAN. 1U, 1.8!).
We have received many com-"
plaints-about' the over.-erowdjng iOf
the street cars, but the arrival of
several new cars this week will to n
certain extent mitigate the evil ;
even then tho service will probably
be totally inadequate to meet the
wants' of tho public.
The convenience anil economy
effected by the completion of even
this small portion of the tramway
wliicli has been hushed and jttsf in
running order, is as surprising as
it is gratifying. The way in which
Ihc public make use of this trans
portation shows conclusively how
great was J.lie necessity of tins un
The public should, however, be
patient and have a regard to the
ilillleul.tiqs.yhieh every nciy enter
prise, especially one of this charac
So far only the King street sec
tion, from the bridge to l'mmliou
street, has been opened to travel,
but we understand that the line to
Wnikiki will be opened in a week or
SQ.-.J..,.. - ,.:. i .i,.
It is to be hoped that instead of
a half hourly service the actual re
quirements of the public will induce
-the .company to make it, at. least a
ten minute service. Again, the
numerous residents along Beretania,
School. and .Fort streets, should not
be denied this boon of cheap and
comfortable transportation and that
portion of the work should be push
ed with the utmost energy and
To any one who sees how the
public avail tlieniselves of the small
portion of the tramway which is
now in running order, the urgent
heed of those improvements becomes
The success financially of this
undertaking appears to be assured.
AVe are glad that it is, but cannot
help expressing our surprise and re
gret that this enterprise had not
been taken in hand by our local
capitalists years ago. We are glad
that it promises to bo a financial
success because it may prove to be
an incentive to our wealth' fellow
citizens to carry out public improve
ments which promise to be equally
profitable and for which so many
other opportunities exist.
Success to the Tramway Com
pany, but let us have more cars and
more lines as speedily as convenient.
OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
Editor Buuxtin: In the midst
of. this festive season, when every
otlier man you meet wishes you a
"Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year," and the others would if you
did not anticipate them, it is in or
der that your correspondent should
extend (2000 miles) to you the same
good wishes. AVbether this is done
or not you hare the advantage of us
in that you are enjoying your bless
ed climate which in its worst phases
i. c. when the depressing Komi pre
vails arc better off than me in San
Francisco are as regards the weath
er. It is now warm enough here to
cause a Hawaiian kiwiuuinalo com
pare the sunshine and warmth to
that of the fondly remem
bered "Paradise of the I'acillc," or
to reconcile him to his absence from
that favored region.
And still they talk about the
"Glorious climate of California"
lieic in San Francisco, and try to
persuade themselves that H103' know
what it is to enjoy a semi-tropic
summer. Here, where furs are
worn over frills! Gum boots over
gaiters! and water-proofs on top of
water falls !
Still the holiday season is a happy
one, business being brisk, tho streets
and stores lllled with shoppers, the
theatres thronged, and the park
crowded with pedestiinns, horse
men and women, caniages, carry
alls, buggies, beats, blonds, and
Of these the latter two have been
highly excited over the prize light
between McAuliff and Jackson.
This "couit" camo off at tho rooms
of the California Athletic Club last
Friday evening, and, much to the
satisfaction ot the colored contin
gent of San Francisco resulted in
the California pet being "knocked
out." The Australian seems not
to have suffered in the least, and
the question now agitating athletic
circle is, "If a man can stand up
for 21 rounds, and while knocking
Ids opponent billy, come away as
ficsh us ever, how much pounding
can ho stand?" Tho answer is,
"All that our best sloggcrs can give
him and more!"
In tho midst of all the gnycty go
ing 011 there is a strong under cur-
rent of charity making itself mani
fest, and some societies of noble
women have done and arc doing
much for Hie comfort and pleasure
of tin poor.
In political circles there is that
speriudiof jianso Oiatviollows every
presidential election, especially
when as in tho late contest the
old order of things is overthrown
and "the other" party come into
Speculation is me ns regards wnat
changes will be made" in Miri jictooh
cMii.oi.tliQSCL.wJio administer our Uov
erument abroad. Already the report
has gone forth in this connection
that the Diplomatic and Consular
olllces of the United States will be
lllled with new men. In the case of
our Minister Resident at Honolulu
the present Consul-Ceneral of the
Hawaiian Kingdom for the Califor
nia C'ouit is spoken of as his proba
ble successor. This conclusion is
not to be wondered atwlicnwo-jjmjwj
inc leaning position occupies uy uia
brother Hon. William McKinley M.
C, from Ohio. As is well known
this gentleman has distinguished
himself all through. Ins public career
and is now a candidate for the
Speakership of the House. Whether
he attains to this proud position or
not his past services, present posi
tion, and prospective inllucncc, all
entitle him to be considered one of
the f ewv whose, p.(;rs.oiial wishe3; ican-J
not lie ignored. As lor I lie Consul
General himself he is I am assured
only anxious to do his dutyjwlicrever
he may be placed. We know that
his administration pf. the affairs of
the U. S. Consulate in 'ifohdlulu''
were always highly satisfactory, and
those of us who have had occasion
to transact business with him or
enjoy his hospitality in his present
position can vouch for his admirable
management' of affairs here. A per
sonal interview with him warrants
me in saying that thero has been no
effort made by him to secure the po
sition to which as I have said
common report assigns him after the
next 4th of March, though there
can be but little doubt that it will
be tendered him, and as little doubt
but that the appointment would be
in every way satisfactory to the
Government and people to whom ho
may be acci edited.
The Ilawaiians now here have
beoni'anil arc having a good time.
Foster, the Wilcoxcs, Cartwright,
Jaeger, Widcmami, Spencer, Clc
vior, et ul, are all running around
the country, dodging the rain, fog
and chilly weatlier of this'city, by
visiting Kl Monte, Coronado, I'a
niona and other "health" resorts.
The consequence is they arc looking
Several have invested in choice
lands in S. California and while it
seems a pity that they with others
who have made money in the islands
do not see fit to iuvcat in the coun
try of their adoption, yet in view of
the very limited facilities aiforded
them for the outlay of capital out
side of sugar and lice it is not to
be wondered at.
An experimental invoice of to
bacco and coffee from the islands
has been ieceived here lately; and
in looking over the shipment one
cannot but regret that the chances
of its being favorably received have
been nullified by the slovenly man
ner in which the pioducts have been
shipped. The tobacco cannot possi
bly be marketed until it is repacked,
while the coffee conies still in its
outside husk that not only adds the
weight of a lot of woi thless stuff to
the transportation chaiges, but de
leriates from the quality of the
bery itself. Let me say now, that
if "Kona" coffee is to be rc-intro-duced
into this maikctfit must come
clean and bright to ensure any
paying price. If "Hawaiian" to
bacco is sent at all, (and it is very
doubtful whether it can be, under
the most favorable circumstances so
as to afford the duly of 35 cents per
lb.), it must bo cured and packed
willi the greatest care. Aloha.
San Francisco, Dec. 31, 1888.
The eclipse yesterday was a great
success. Many parlies scientific,
amaturish, social, and convivial
were made up to visit various points
in the btatc whero "totality" was to
prevail, and all without exception
were favored with a cloudless view
of tho splendid spcelncle. "Smoked
glass" was at a minium in Ilia
streets and almost cveiy other man
you met after '2 o'clock p. m. had
a little dub of smut on the cud of
his nose knocked off tho blackened
surface he had been peeping
tli tough. Later in the day there
were not a few to bo Been who had
"the sun in their eyes" making
their tongues thick mid their pro
giess unsteady. This morning every
thing is going on as usual the only
difference being that wo now write
1888 and then scratch out the last
ligttru and make it a 0.
Col. Clans Spreckels left hero for
the Kast last week, taking with him
as his Private Sect etary Mr. Chas.
H. Hucklaiiri formcily connected
with the Daily IIuu.dtin, Honolulu.
San Francisco, Jan. 2, 1889.
A HUNCH of Keys. A reward will
be alven to any pirson returning
tame to ililt ofllcc, 141 ilt
TOB PRINTING ol all kindi oxc
' Plllfd Ht lllfl lUti.v Bitii.ktin Ofllcc.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise iu tho Daily Hulleiik.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The steamship Australia arrived
in port last evening shortly bcfoio
12 o'clock, and docked at tho
Oceanic Company's wharf. She left
San Francisco, January 'Jd, at 3 p.
in. From that dale to thu 8tht ex
perienced very heavy weather, the
wind 'making two complete cricles of
the compass, and blowing a gale
with violent squalls, rough seas and
heavy swoM, sulfering more or less
damage, including loss of starboard
quarter boat, which was swept from
the- davits. The last thirty-six
hours northwest winds and moder
ate sea. The Australia brought 21
cabin and 31 steerage passengers,
50,000 in treasure, 1128 tons of
'".II " '
ELECTION AND BANQUET.
Last evening the line oillccrs of
the first battalion, Hawaiian Volun-
lccr8) iitt a niccti,,g at the Armory
for the purpose of electing tho field
and staff for the ensuing year. The
result of the election was as fol
1 w Major Commanding, II. F. Ilcb
bard. Adjutant, II. C. Movers.
Quartermaster, W. V. Hall.
Ordnance olllcer, C. T. Wilder.
Surgeon, John lkodie, M. 1)
Immediately after the meeting the
-pasV' and- present- "Olllcers of the
battalion were entertained at a ban
quet by Lieut-Colonel V. V. Ash
ford, Commanding the Hawaiian
Volunteers. The spiead, an elegant
one, was byJUIr. Jas. Stcincr of the
Elite parlors. Several toasts were
proposed, including "His Majesty
the King" which was well received,
"His Majesty's Ministers" ii'spcmd
cd to by His Excellency Ulonioy
Gencra'l Ashford, "The Honolulu
Uitles" by Major Hubbard. "Our
Colonel" brought Col. Ashford to
his feet, and he responded in a very
neat speech, being enthusiastically
applauded at the clo'-e. Several
otlier toasts were proposed and res
Col. Ashford in proposing the
health of Capt. Hugh Gunn. intro
duced him as adjutant of the Ha
waiian Volunteers, vice Capt. J. II.
Fisher, elected to the command of
Company B. Tho affair was brought
to a close by singing "Auhl Lang
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
BY urdei of II. II. Muefarlune, Kfij.,
I ill bell ut 1'utilic Auction,, ul
my S.ile-.i(!oin, Qweii blrtet,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16th,
AT lit O'CLOCK SOOS,
The Lease of that
Hues or Parcel of L
Occu ied by H. 1!. Jim tin lane, ns a
portion of the piciniscx coinpribiiip Ida
residence al Wnikiki, belli under a lento
fiom Okiui and his heii-i, dated July IS,
1878, rccoiil'd in Liber ."ill, on ptipes 11-1
and US. Tlie I.eii-i- lie- n tcllii of B
years to inn from .Inly IP, lw, willi a
privilege of renewal liu a mrliri teim
of 10 W'Ui; nnmml irnl.il $;t)0 ami
taxes; 'Kent piid to January IB, lSSi).
JBQrDt'cds at (xpeiifce if purchver.
JAS. if. MOllGtAN,
EOll SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the nbove
Tuesday, Jan. 15,
For Freight or I'tiH-nev, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO. Agents.
Per S. S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. JUn.Tli, Froprlulor.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
i 2d columns, purely local matter
Muilid to foreign countries, $5 per
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Lovoy.
Assignee Sale of
Elegant lionsch'd Furniture
w .. .
I inn Itihtrueteil by tlio As-limecs of tliu
Estate of W. S. l.uee, 10 tell
ul Pillilli; Auction al
On FRIDAY, January 11, 1889,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M
The whole of W. B. Luco's
Household Furniture & Effects
Comprising in pirt as follows:
IMaplewood Upright Pianoforte
By IttidaM & Carte, Loudon;
3 B. W. Marhlc-top Bedroom Sets,
1 Ash Marhlc-top ltedroom Sot.
. 3 Single B. W. Ilfldstends;
I Child's U. W. Folding Crib,
Hair, Spring & Woven Wire Matlrasses
B. W. Extension Dlniii' Tublo
1 Bleont B. W. SliflHonril,
f.oniiyt' fc Ued Lounge,
Corner limit Case,
Wmked Clr.iirs .t Glps Tables,
Inlaid Centre Table
Willow I'arlor Purnilurc,
l.argu & Small liug, Mut?,
EKMiis, Oil Paitiis,
l!y Tuwrnicr A Strong;
Fi-Jtlitir Pillows, Mosquito Nets,
Brackets Lull)?, Bronze.-.
Class, Ciockety & Plated Ware,
Meat Safe it Itefrigenitor,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
ICtc, Ktc., Etc., Etc.
liS'-Thc Fiiuiiluie will lie ready for
iiiiicliiin mi Tliiusdtiy, .laminry 10 li.
The Atiuiioiiei-r desires to Inform tins
ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu that
the above is till llml-ilus Fiirnituie, and
to those who aie refurnishing this will
be a good oppoi utility nb everything
will he sold without reserve.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1!)8 Ot Auctioneer.
T11K -iinu-rKINAU will l.nvc Ho
X nolulli fort it! Volcano, TUESDAY
Jiinuii) nt!i, at 2 o'clock ). in.
Tickets for the Bound Trip
WlLHKlt S. S. CO.
A DIAMOND and Sapphire Locket
Jr mi Niw Yew's iJnv, on Kinir and
liuretxnia sinx-l, or the Mauoa Koad. A
rewind nf $10 will bs p lid to the tinder
on lemming the mine m
K18 lw J. 11. MONSARKAT.
OITAItTEMA ilivlitanri nfThren
Jr. Diilliirt per s-lnre will lie paid to
the stocUiold' re of Wilder's Steamship
Co., t-atiirduv, 12th Inst.
S. U. HOSE,
Honolulu, Jan. !), 1885. 14a at
ALL parlies indebted to W. S. Luce
on the tJOlh day of September last,
iito ic(iucsted to bettfe up their accounts
at once. W. S. LUOE.
By liU nltorney.in.facl, Frank Brown.
W. McGUIKK lieiclij notifies the
lion with J. McQueen canyon the Bag.
gago Express mid Drujing llip-luess now'
conducted by J. Green & Co., commenc
ing on January 1, 18SD. All kinds of
hngp-iigo express and diaying work
piomplly attended to. 1!2 tf
IIFTY dollars icward, will be paid to
? nnyi'iio giving informutiou leading
to the conviction of any peison altering
the switelio" or placing obstructions on
HAWAIIAN TRAMWAYS CO.
13EHS0N8 disposed to en.
gnge in catching and
caging Myimli BlrdB and Bpar.
rows in huge nmubcrp, will
llnd it profltablo to tbuuiBelvcs by apply,
ing for a puichuEcr at this ottlce.
ASIX-BOOM Cottafic on
Kmiun strcel, opposlle
Kmmn Hiiuuic. Ap)ly to
J. M. VIVAS,
43 Meiehuut ttrc-ct.
Euriiitiiro For Sale and
Cottage To Let.
I7UHNITURK for sale, cheap
I' frr nncli In ti trtltfi in nn
lSMlleiclunia ttreet, near Punch
bowl btrect The same Colin go to let at
t? 15 per month. Apply to '
Hival Hotel, corner of Nuuanu and
Merchant streets. HI lit
IHE OLDEST DAILY in tho
X Kingdom "Tho Dally Bulletin."
rpHE "ONLY" LIVE "PAPER in
JL Honolulu "Tho Daily liulletih.
CO cents per month.
Visit Qui' Store and Got Your Holiday Present
FOR 30 DAY
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer purchasing the amount of $2.fi0 worth
will received a handsome
Coino and examine our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in piiec then elsewhere. It is oiir unalterahlo determination to
have no recourse to misleading or niisionrcBcntalion. Our nilviKihcment
truly roiirct-uulR tho Goods we otl'cr for biiIo.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Tlntrimmed Straw Hats.
J5Look at our Hotel stiect window and ice the tine display of Silver
ware Biiiliiblo for the Holidays.
The near approach of tho Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that we make the most radical and sweeping changes in our juices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
pations can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
"Which have never been equaled.
Hosiery I Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
This is the llcnvie.-t Cut in Prices over attempted.
:G?"Vc will make reductions in nil our departments.
Tin Lentil V Trj
ETilliiiery House -
HAS Coral ltock, I'liick -tunc, Blade
and White Sand ami Soil, lor si.de
in uny qtiuutiiy. Apply at tin- i lllc- ol
W. U. Anlii. Kiialimnnuu Mieet. 11!) :1m
In 4- doz. Cases of 1 lb. Tins.
Fresli Supplies by each Kuw Zet
land Sle.ime'. I'm Sale by
J. E. Brown & Co.,
137 Sole Agent. ftf
For Whooping Cough
Let any pcrton give
Dr. Lows toy Cordial
A trial, and the most violent cold
will, in a short time be
H0LL1STER & CO.,
1151 Agents. 1 2m
roit ham: oxiiY it v
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
13.riJ 28 Meiciiant Street. liu
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OI? J1!JV YOUK.
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in tho World
Tho Oldest Company in the U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian Islands, during Hie
past ten years,
Over : S$100,000 OO.
DQf For i ales, apply to
S. It. IM)8I3,
General Agent, Houolulu, Hawaiian
- - Prese
WHEKKAS, W S. Luce, of Hono.
lulu, lias ibinilay made an assign
uient of all liU propeity to the under-'mu-d.
foi dp-bem-tlt of his creditors,
notice is J.c.-uliy given to all parties
owinir said W. S. Luce to make inline
iliate pajmenl, sml any persons having
claims against W. S. Luce are requested
to prc-cnt thrm at once at the otUee of
W. S. Liter, Merchant slieet, Uonnlulu.
.1. V. HAUICFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. lfi, lf8". J3t lm
1VTOTICE is lie ebv given that Ah
il Yong of Knlibi'Vallcy, Oaliu, has
sold to Lin Ah Liu, for 5IW0, his un
divided otie-flfth iut rest in a lease of a
ceitaiu piece of property in ICallhl Val
ley, dating from February 22, 1888,
fiom Laura Kelenahe et til.; together
with lils undivided oue-ilfth interest in
buildings thereon, furniture therein,
four horses, all agricultural hnplcmensr,
Signed, LIN All LIN".
Dated, Jan. 4. 1881). 138 2T
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
I'm- any DIhiuiicc.
Tho Can Mill commence lunning oa tho
following bcliedule tinie,
On Tuesday, Jan, 1st
Lcavo Ftifio Itango.
Leave Chlncso The at.
0.80 a. ir.
0 ao "
i-.'.ao i'. m,
The7.05 p. in. from thu Itltle Kango
will leave eomei of Beittania nul l'u.
uahou etieeU ul 7.00 p. in.
To Insure punctuality, It in requested
that passengers will, un far as postlble,
join nnd leave the cars at the corners of
They are also respectfully cautioned
against iilteuiptiiig to enter or alight
from the cars nlillht iu motion; to see
tuit the ticket handed to them in return
for their fare is actually torn from the
driver's stri; to retaiu that ticket dur
ing tho journey, uud to destroy It on
leatiug the car, Dec-20-88
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