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HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, J3o.
inch 0-88- ly
MONDAY, JAN. M, 1889.
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Stmr Mlkahula from Kimal
Stmr Jas Makee from Ktipan
Stmr Wulnleulu fiom Kllauea and Hn
Stmr Llkeilkc from Maul
Schr Hnleakala from l'epeekeo
HJJJtS Cormorant from a ciuUe
Stmr Mokolil for Moloknl
Stinr h'aahi for YVaialua ami Walanao
at !) a in
Stmr iTsw Makee for Kapaa at 5 p m
Schr Kalnbow for Koo'nu
Schr Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Lihollho for Kauai
Stmr Kinau for llllo and way ports at
2 p ui
Stinr Llkeilkc for Maul and way ports
at " p in
Stmr Lehua for Hawaii at 5 p in
S S Australia for t-an Krnnei'-eo at noon
Krom Maul pur stinr Likelikc, Jan 13
l'.I MeLane, M U.ibrul, Aliaiba, X
Ornistcad. O Aim, J U Uolville, D II
Davis, J Otulokirk, Levi Drew, II Itob
inson, A Unguium,.! W Xltchcll,'-' Chi
M(!3cnml Bl deck.
From Kauai, per htmr Mlkahala, Jan
13 Miss C Mist, Chiistian Conr.ult,Jlrs
O Ienbcis, J 11 Y IUN, a Chinese and
From Hainakua, Hawaii, per Ptnir
Iwalani, Jan 13 Henry J Lyman, U
Kiely, and 27 deck.
CARCULS FROM 1SLAHD PORTS.
Stmr Likelikc 5,0 III bgs sngar,2 horses.
140 hide, 20 fogs corn, and 100 pkgs
Stmr Jlikahala l,29t bgs sugar, loo
hides, CO bgs phi and a horses.
IMEROE In San Fi.mcisco December
10, Edward A. l'ieree, a native of
BiooMyn, aged 12 year.
OLESON At Kamehanicha School,
Sunday niglil, January 13th, of
meningitis, John Adam Oleson,
aged three years and eight months,
son of licv. W. 15. and -Ml. Olo-ou.
MOSSMAX In this city, January 13th.
to the wife of JUehardX. Mossman,
JONES In Honolulu, January 32th. to
the wife of 1'iei re Jones, a daugh
ter. SUPREME COURTJAN. TERM.
BKFOni: IllCKUltTON J.
Satuiiday, Jan. 12.
Brush (w) vs. Brush (k). Di
vorce. Called and not being ready
continued to await any further oppor
tunity of being heard at this term.
Kaalewauna (w) vs. Alika (k).
Divorce. Continued as last case.
gjjjKahananui (w) a'S. Kahananui
(k ) Divorce. To be heard by Mr.
Lycett (w) vs. Lycett (k.) Di
vorce. Granted for desertion of de
fendant. Davis (w) vs. Davis (k.) Di
vorce. Continued to await oppor
tunity of being heard at this term.
Kaai (w) vs. Kaai (k.) Divorce.
Same as last.
Gregory (w) vs. Gregory (k.)
Divorce. Granted for desertion and
failure to provide.
Kamakakoa (k) vs. Kaholo (w.)
Divorce. Granted for desertion.
Kamalu (k) vs. Waiwaiole (w.)
Kauhi (w) vs. Kapioho. Divorce.
Granted for desertion.
The King vs. Clias. Moltcno. Con
tinued from the 11th for sentence.
His Honor sentences him to G months'
imprisonment at hard labor mid pay
a fine of 8500.
Monday, Jan. 11.
Tlie Court opened at 10 a. in.
Foreign jurors in attendance.
Crawford vs. Briggs. Assump
sit. W. O. Smith made a motion
forjudge Dole, garnishee, for judg
ment and he be dischaiged. Con
tinued to tho 15th.
C. Nicolls, a juryman, was ex
cused for the day.
The King vs. Iloudletle. Violat
ing immigration laws. Continued
by consent to tho April term.
Mr, J. A. Hopper asked to be ex
cused as he held a commission to
examine lights which occupied most
of his time. Not excused. Mr, G.
W. Lincoln was excused on account
of his deafness.
Tho King vs. A. Kennedy. Un
lawful possession of opium and pre
paration thereof in Honolulu Octo
ber 10, to wit., CO tins. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu, where
on October 20th defendant was lin
ed 200 with ono month's imprison
ment. Tried beforo the following
jliry: J. A. Bcrgct, Chas. Lucas.E.
Kuhr, J. Welsh, J. A. Hopper, W.
K, H. Doverill, J. A. Spear, J. M.
Dowsett, J. W. Gibus, II. G.
Crabbe, U. Grieve and G. C. Stratc
moyer. H. C. CRABBE,
DEALER IN Wand GRAIN,
81 King Street, opposite tho Old Station
!M.u( util UVlepliono No.
T YOU WANT A SERVANT
. advertise iu the Daily JIullktjn.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
bus lias been dis-
wore very much
CoN'MiiintAiii.i: local matter is
eiowded out of this issue.
II. 15. M. S. CoitMUKANT returned
on Sunday morning from u cruise.
Arrr.H to-inonow ten per cent will
be churgedon water rates not pniil.
Two horses have stiayed on the
Woodluwn D.ihy ranch. See notice
Miss Dolto has n notice respecting
her English and Geiinan school for
Tin: "Paradise of the rucilic" for
January is out. Copies at tho book
stores and J. .T. Williams'.
Tin: U. S. S. Dolphin ariived Kal
uulay nfternoon 15 days fiom Aea
puleo. She is anchored in the naval
Tin: Oceanic Company's steamship
Australia sails at noon to-morrow for
San Krancifcco. The mail closes at
Tinnii: was a eiowded congiogatiun
at the Kaumakapili Chinch last cu
lling. The Kevs. Dr. Hyde and Wai
iiiiiuu gave addiesses.
Tin: annual business nieeting of
the Ladies' Society of Central Union
Church will be held in the Chinch
pallors, Wednesday Jan. 10th, at 10
o'clock a. in.
Hon. llenry Wulcihousu and wife
leave on the Australia to-morrow for
si trip through tho State". They have
not decided how long they will bo
away. 15on voyage.
Tin: Kamehanioha School team
beat the Mystics in a game of base
ball Satuulay allernoon, by ti scoio
of 15 to f). There was a laige com
pany to witness the same.
Mis. E. A. Vieice, Secietary of the
Legislatme in 1881 and 1SS0, died in
San Francisco December Kith. lie
was a native of Biooklyn, N. Y.,
.Iiout foity-two years of age.
Tin: "Uulletin Weekly Summary"
will bo out early lo-inonow morning
with a complete lesumo of local
news. 15o sine and send a copy on
tho Australia to your fiiemls.
A fit.Ij report of the nieeting held
at the Foieign Oilico tliis morning,
loo lato for this issue, will appear in
tho "llullctin Weekly Suminaiy" U
mouow morning in time for the out
Tin: Ivamehamehii School has is
sued the fast number of a monthly
pciiodical "Handicraft." It it edit
ed and piintcd at the school, and is
a highly cieditablo production, both
in its literaiy and mechanical de
Ilnv. W. B. and Mrs. Oleson aio
again thrown into grief by the death
of their son, John Adam Oleson,
aged three yeais and eight months,
which took place Sunday night at 11
o'clock, of meningitis. The f uncial
took placo this afternoon.
CiiAiti.ns Moltcno, the pioprictor
of tho Kapiolani Bath House, who
wastiicdon Friday last for helling
liquor without a license, was found
guilty by a Hawaiian jury, and on
Saturday sentenced to pay a lino of
$r00 and impiitoninent at hind labor
for six months. This was the second
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Y. M. C. A.- bookkeeping classes
at G:0 and 7:15.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
Band concert at Emma Square at
Departure of the Australia at noon
for San Francisco.
Meeting of I'rcbsl'ublishing Com
pany at !3 o'clock pi in.
Departure of the Kinau for Vol
cano at 2 p. m.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
By tho Australia to-morrow at
noon: Mrs. N. 3'. Jacobsen, J. lly
nmn and wife, S, Colin, Abe Louis
son, L. J. Gardiner, J. T. Water
house and wife, lion. Henry Water
house and wife, M. Phillips Jr.
Mrs. 13. Smith, Dr. J. Brodie and
wife, Miss Boltc, A. Haas.
Mr. Thos. Smith and Miss Mag
gie Lindsay, daughter of Mr. Tho
mas Lindsay, were united in mar
riage this morning at St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The ceremony was per
formed by the Ilev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, tho bride being given away by
the Kev. II. II. Gowen.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
publio concert this evening at
Kiniua Square commencing at
7:!10 o'clock. Following is tho pro
Ovei tine -The 1'xlles Gafcsuer
l'ulka Dragoons Kahrlmch
Duet -Tinvatore Venll
JtcmlnlMieiiuus of All ,atloiw..Godfioy
Msduuul, Muhliia Malauiuluuia, Llpo-
Medley Night in New Yoik.. . . Iliuukn
Walt. Gulden Shower. Wuldtcufel
ballad- La 1'aloiua Itlvas
I'olU Victoria, , , , . , Faust
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY U, 1889.
Latitude 13,01 Mil, Longi
tude 160.50 W.
Concert and Sports on Board
M. S. S. Mariposa
Gull Hxrc$3 to the
Ox Tin: Eouatou,
Pacific Ocean, Dec. 28, 1888.
The passengers on board the good
ship Mariposa are a "happy family."
The chronic grumbler is conspicuous
by his absence. If there have been
any complaints I have not heard of
them. The commander, Captain
Hay ward, is an admirable diseip-linarian-llim
but courteous. Every
thing goes on like clock-work, with
this difference that theie is no risk
of break or stoppage of his well-regulated
machine. The table is good,
the servieo admirable, and order and
cleanliness every where prevail. Ui.
der these conditions it is not a cause
for wonder that the yovage should
bo murl'cd by agreeable intercourse
between the passengers and ollleers
of the ship.
At Honolulu we took leave of
several of our fellow voyagers f i om
San Francisco with regret. Among
these was Mr. Tibbs, who had con
tributed so much to the success of
the first concert. His loss, however
serious, did not quite exhaust the
musical talent and organizing kilt
of the passengers. At Honolulu
we wctc joined by Mrs. Crocker of
San Francisco and several gentle
men, one of whom, W. P lievan,
is a ''host" in himself. This gen
tleman is a musical composer of
marked ability, and under his skil
ful guidance an orchestra of seven
was formed and trained to paitici
pate in a grand instrumental and
vocal concert to be given on Christ
mas day. The orchestral rehearsals
were more noisy than harmonious,
but by dint ol perseverance, tact
and infinite good nature, Conductor
Bcvan succeeded iu getting the raw
material into soaiewhal decent form,
although the gong and tambourine
manipulated by Messrs. Exon and
Creighton respectively proved dis
cordant despite all his clforts. The
comb accompaniment of Messrs. P.
Bevan and 11. Watson, and the per
formance of Mr. J. Hayward on the
bones and Pan's pipes redeemed the
character of the orchestra.
The day after leaving Honolulu a
committee on sports was lornicd,
consisting of the following gentle
men: W.M.Arnold, E. Exon, J,
II. Pounds, 1$. J. Creighton, II.
Watson, and P. Bevan. Air. E. E.
Crocker was appointed Treasuicr
and Mr. Pounds Secretary. Sub
Committees on sports and music set
vigorously to work. A pur .c wai
subscribed by the passengers for
prizes, which were purchased at
Professor Gie's tonsorial temple and
General regret was expressed that
the Mariposa should have left Hono
lulu without palms, evergreens and
(lowers, for decorating the Social
hall ; but thanks to the ingenuity
and artistic taste of Mrs. Watson, a
very pleasing effect was produced
by the draping of Hags. The legend
"A Merry Chiistmas," in rustic let
ters of white cotton wool on a black
knee wrap, above the piano was an
artistic, simple and touching re
minder of "home and loved ones
dear," peculiarly gratifying to all
who participated iu the concert.
The sports began at 10 o'clock a.
in., and lasted until fi p. in., with
an interval for lunch, the various
events being well contested. These
consisted of shullle board, quoits,
egg and spoon race for ladies,
marking the pig's cyo f won by a
lady ; throwing bean bags, needle
threading and sewing contests, chil
dren's race, suck race, potato race
and obstacle race. Tho lust was a
very severe test of speed and physi
cal endurance. Chief Ollleer llart
had erected a barricade of rope net
work amidships on the port side,
about six feet high, through which
the contestants had to crawl after
the start; then through wind sails
spread on the deck ; tliunco over a
barricade of oars and finally through
a canvas tank, eight feet square and
live feet deep filled with water.
Messrs. P. Bevan, Pounds and J.
Hayward started and made remak
nble good time. Hayward lost the
race through not going round tho
entire course owing to a misunder
standing. There was also a wldst
The steerage passengers enjoyed
the sports fully as much as their
more fortunate fellow passongcrs in
the saloon, and hud a tug-of-war
and quoits matches on their own ac
count. The Concert iu tho Social hall
commencing at eight p. in., was a
great success. Tho following pro
gramme was given :
Grand Musical fculeelioii""
.....Mai iposa OruhcMra
Duet See tho Palo .Moon ,
,.MUs llerrymun and Mr. Kxou
Song Scotch Hi Igade, M iss i?hoa
Iustuuuuiiial Selection MUs Lee
Song Stilling Mr. Wallace
At this point iu the Concert lion.
J, P, Lesesuo, U.S. Coiisul-Goiieial
for Melbourno, was called upon to
distribute the prizes to the winning
coinnctltQru, which uo did in u few
happy remarks in each case. Mr.
Croiglilon, Chairman of tho Com
mittee, then requested Mrs. C. W.
Crocker to decorate tho ladies who
had distinguished themselves by
winning prizes with a glittering
medal made especially for llic occa
sion. The medal, formed from the
tops of preserved milk cans, was
attached by a neat bow of blue rib
bon to the breast, and worn through
out the evening with amused hut
conscious pride. After this cere
mony the concert was resumed.
Miwlc.d nrivel Mr. V. Bevan
Song The 1 leveled Apple
Song l)i Ink l'upnv Drink ....
;...Mr.,r. II. Pounds
licclt.ition A Cm ions Legend
'r. Dr. HeanUley
Hunt lug Song Mr. 1!. Y. lleyau
Song 'l ho Iieath of Xelson
Finale Syniphony.Muriposi Orchestra
Auld Lang Syne.
5Ii. Hi icy kindly accompanied on
the piano foite.
At the close of the concert votes
of thanks were proposed to the la
dies and gentlemen who had con
tributed to the success of the day's
amusements. A cordial vote of
thanks was also passed to Captain
I lay wai d.
"Carriages at 10 p. in." So the
progi amine read, but there were no
carriages. At the close of the con
ceit a courier from Neptune llew on
board, and communicated that mon
arch's sincere l egret that the dis
tinguished and harmonious company
on the Mariposa should be disap
pointed, but inasmuch as ail his
chariots had been engaged a week
ahead for the Mermaid's annual ball
at Coral Hall it was impossible to
ohli'te them, lie wished them a
prospcious voyage, however, and
hoped to have the pleasure of hold
ing an equatorial levee on board
should the good ship in due course,
crois the line before midnight. The
equatorial line was crossed about -1
a. in., December 28th, but although
the ladies and gentlemen were in
full evening costume at the time the
sovereign trident did not appear on
the shining waters.
To compensate in some measure
for their disappointment Captain
Hayward ordered supper served in
the spacious saloon at ten o'clock,
while Mr. Watson secured Nep
tune's courier a Hying fish from
Chief Ollieer Hart, and had it skil
fully preserved bv Professor Web
ster, a taxidermist, en route to Mel
bourne. The popular and obliging purser,
Mr. Thos. Smith, and Mr. Hart,
Chief Ollieer, contributed materially
to making the sports and concert a
success. Air. Wilson, Chief Engi
neer, lent tho charm of an approving
and smiling countenance.
It was thought that this despatch
must lake the regular course of
post, but a fortunate chance enables
it to be forwarded by a courier sea
gull, which is returning to Oahu.
Indeed, this chance may be deemed
providential, on the assumption that
all chance is providence. Early in
f oi (.noon three objects were discov
ered floating on the placid water,
rising and falling with the pulsation
of the ocean. Ideas of a raft or
lafts suggested themselves, and the
distance was scanned by eager oj-es
to discover what was on the strange
objects. As the steamer approach
ed it was seen that they were large
trees with roots attached. On the
biggest, which was close to the Mari
posa, was seated a largo sagacious
looking gull, which How on board
and appeared to be perfectly at
home. Around its neck was tied a
copper plate bearing the inscrip
tion: "Courier of the Itoyal Hawaiian
As it was homeward bound it was
deemed proper to send this docu
ment in its care. With some little
perseverance and a slight acquaint
ance of the Gull language, the story
of its life was elicited.
This bird is an experienced and
intelligent traveller, if it is a gull.
When the Embassy, if his Excel
lency Mr. Hush failed and Admiral
Jackson and the Hawaiian lleetwerc
recalled fiom Samoa, it acted upon
a far-seeing suggestion from Secie
tary Webb although disapproved by
Secretary Pour, and visited on its
own account, the dominions of the
independent and sovereign chiefs of
the Pacific to whom tho Hawaiian
Envoy had been commissioned. Its
experience lias been full ot strange
vicissitude and adventure since
then, liuiniiig fully as much risk
from the snares and clubs of the
"allied peoples of cognato races" as
from the bullets of tho ever vigilant
and jealous Germans who appear to
be bent upon civilizing tho chiefs
and tribes afoiesaid iu their pecu
liarly thorough-going way.
Being a patriotic bird it also paid
a passing visit to Ocean Island to
see how Col. Iloyd's conquest and
experimental forestry stood tho
strain of economy under the ltefonn
Administration. The island was
there ; so was the water tank: so
were the cocoanuls, feathery palms
and algcrobas; but there was a
btiong and growing sentiment on the
island among its feathered inhabit
ants, that they had been grossly
carrlcatured by Jou Strong, and they
hoped that the Legislature would
appropriate a sulllcicnt sum next
session to pay that artist for his his
toric sketch and destroy It.
The cinbassadorial gull pioinised
to represent their case at head
quarters, and made no doubt if the
Chinese did not buy the control
they would bo treated in a guiierous
and appreciative spirit by the as
sacmblcd wisdom of tho Hawaiian,
nation under the guidance of an Ad
ministration led by a scientist who,
having rectified tho "mistakes of
Moses" and kicked a pentagonal
planet into the Milky Way, would
not hesitate to rectify mistakes in
drawing and color if it could bo
shown that these involved national
issues within his jurisdiction.
This despatch would contain thu
programme for tho New Year's
sports, but it must be closed as the
courier gull is impatient to spread
its wings and shape its course north
ward. It fears that if detained an
hour it may arrivu after all the de
corations of the Order of Oceania
have been conferred upon other
birds of passage, and therefore too
late to receive the star and insignia
of the Grand Cross of the Order
which it considers it lias honestly
earned. It must be abruptly closed
The entire ship's company olll
eers, crew and passengers 3end
their alohus, and wish nil their
friends and acquaintances the com
pliments of the season and a Happy
xotk nv Tin: r.iuron,
It is to be deeply regretted that
the Hawaiian Courier Gull, to whom
the forgoing communication was en
trusted should have pbrished by the
way. The weight of the manu
script, added to the specific gravity
of the jokes, was too much for its
strength. Its end wns full of pathos
and a lesson to changing, unreliable
mortals. Having borne up bravely
under its burden for a day, it rested
upon the sympathetic breast of the
palpitating ocean, to which it be
moaned its unhappy fate and blight
ed hopes. It felt that its last chance
for knightly distinction was gone.
It could not possibly arrive iu time,
and missing this last chance there
was nothing in sea or air to live for.
Being leal and true, this feather
ed courier, would not abandon its
self-imposed duty. With one eye
fixed upon the horizon and the other
upon the shining depths where swam
its daily food in happier days, it
waited for a passing vessel. When
the smokestack of the Alameda ap
peared above the horizon it knew
the end was near. It watched the
steamship's approach with kindling
eye. Then gatheiing its exhausted
energies for a final effort, it rose in
air, llew over the -vessel, dropped
the package on deck, and diving
into the , ocean disappeared from
A'oliccs umltr tl.it head nre charged 10 cents
lcr lineor the first insertion, ami ii cmli per line
eiery additional imertion.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcar of Lucas' Mill.
the V( mil iwn
Mucu Jan., 88, Two
lloi'rcs, not hiandcd.
O.-. ner can have h.unu
by prjung jiroptiw mid imj'Im: c.-pen-es.
It tint alii to aiiiumh ;mi in .t
re 'uumed wilhin 10 days liom ii..ir the
right of ownership will he forf. n !.
J. Git AC i:,
Jlnnnger Woodlawn lJ.iuv
Honolulu, J in. 1-1. 18S0. 1 Hi" lot
WHKUEAS, V. S. Luce, ol Hon. .
lulu, has lliisday made an a-sitjn
incut of all his properly lo the iukIit
yigmri, lor Uiu buiiclll of his ried ui",
notice ih licichy gnuii to atl ji n in.
owinc said V. S. Luce lo make iinniu
dialc pnvini'iii, and uiy persons, hiivin
claims against W. S. Luce are lcqutstul
lo piivrnt lhriii ut once at the office of
V. ti. Luce, Merchant blrcel, Honolulu.
J. V. HAOKKELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 1", 188-i. lt!4 1m
DiBHoi Eats k Lock Go.
Of Car ton, Ohio, U.S.A.
Having estiilill lied mi Agency in this
Ciiy for the ,a o thuir inunii
fucluie-, which are
Surpassed by Pi one
Iu their llii.' in the world, im oppoitu
nily in al)-iii lo nl' iwiiiirhiK protec
tion of their Viilii.ililt-s fn m i'Miu and
Tliufl to Mipph ihi'inrches on lurms
which defy rinu ciltUin.
IU" For piirllculaii iiupdru ufQifll
No. Hi Mcicliiitii M., Honolulu, II. 1.
New Zealand MuElel
(iMnr Ih mid
In 4 doz. Cases of
Fresh Supplies by
ouch New Zca
Fur Sale by
E. Brown & Co.,
Sole Agints flf
'PHE WEEKLY EULLETIN
X 2ci columns, purely fovul utur
Midlod tj foruiijn countriou, $5 ner
1 lb, Tins,
Egf Mr. Elirlioh begs to inform Ms num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving-to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets,, and will
be iu order for business, on Saturday morn-
December 29, 1888. -
-!KS rJT H
JECS-.A.IV c COlMiJPJSJNTr.
WE HAVE KECKnLI) A S1'LE1)II) SELECTION OF
Fee? Goods Snital for tie Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
iiK-f Oui'tuIiiH, Blaiiiiicd 'X'WlIeK, 81iou ,ltaH, J3t.
Full Line oi Embroidery Material, Chenille, Rrrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention to our fine hcleotion in
Mn-niiie ClotMn for Gents, Yoitls k Cllreii!
Fiunibliing Goods, Trunka, Valibcs,
Hats & Gups, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latobt Style If you want something very line in
Lies' & Misses' Boots, Slices & supers k Gents' Gaiters
Call on us beforo going clhowhero.
tS'Mia.E. C. Eowo's beautiful work
VOll'V SU-'lilfllCr, lIOINTOJL,UiU.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At bower l'rlcoa limn ever
NovoUlew mid l?unjy Goodw, Xn Xatirtxa Variety.
JW. MuGUUli: htitby untitles the
i pnl. He Una lie will, iu conjiiiie.
lion with. I. .McQueen, ouriy mi thu Hag.
gagu Express ami Driving HiisIiiujh now'
conducted by d. Orocn it Co,, commute,
ing mi Jauiuiiy 1, lUsli. All kinds of
hngpiigo ixnrcm anil draying woik
jirouitxiv uiiimih'd in, lilj if
JUST TO HAND
A SMALL 1NVOIOE OF
Eiisli Ginger Ale.
roi; Hh' at
1 1 SCMIMI k C0,'S,
in Point Laces on exhibition here"
17 - 88
Hardware Co., I'd
ALL purlieu liidehtid U V, S, Luce
on the liuth day of Si-pti-inber Ust,
are tiMuenlcd to settle up thuir iiocmmU
al oiicu, V, S. LUCE.
Ity hii ntlorney.hi fun, Kr.mk llrowu.
Miss S, R. Patch,
Kawaialiao Female Seminary,
Mir ot Voice k Piano,
Is prepared lo receive pupils,
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