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Receipt'.- and Expenditures
3 Months Sept. 30 to Dec. 31st, 1888.
Out 1,1888 9 144. ASS 01
From Haw. Post
al Savings Ilk. . 118,000 00
and Costs $ f2.:i71 0:.
-Brands 12 00
UovHeallations. 778 47
I'ostoMeultec'ts.. 10.7:17 :u
lilt. Dept. .. 47,022 13
Cutoin "' .. l:s;i,3:l0 12
ceiptu l.SC'J 50
Water BeeelpK.. :i,7(l fit)
Floh Market Re
ceipts 1.771 2,".
Internal Taxes... :V2:i,s87 U"
Plison Ueeelpls.. lift) -JO
Hevenne Stamps, -t.i'10 00
Chinese Vns-ipt's. '.'00 (III
sul Fec- 2.1147 7li
civil lm........ o.r.iS oo "
ineuN t7i 00
l'rivy Council.. r7i! IS
Dept Judiehuy.. 21.814 SS
' Foil ignAf-
fair.-, 24,450 20
Dept. I- lliauee. . . . S,2lKI 2!
' Atty-Gen'1.. lU.lisO 2:1
' See. !l 11..
471 SO 10.330 32
" Intel ior
" See. 3 -I!).-
010 !!5 20t,-107 37
Treasury bal. Jan. 1. 1S80. . .8378,741 21
(Signed) W. 1.. GREEN,
Minister of Finanec.
Treasuiv Dept.. .Ian. If.. 1SS0.
rv 1 1 xu
Pledged to ncitier Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1G, 1889.
The Collector-General of Cus
toms' table oi exports for the quar
ter ending December 31, 1888, com
pared with the export!) of the
corresponding quarter of the previ
ous year, shows an increase in some
commodities and a decrease in
others. The iiicieasu is in sugar,
wool, bananas, tallow, goat skins,
coffee, 'and cattle. In rice; hides,
molasses, betel leaves, awa, sheep
skins, calf skins, taro Hour, and'
paddy there is a decrease. The in
crease in our main staple, sugar, is
2:1,121,090 pounds; and the de
crease in rice, the second in import
ance of our exports, is 80.",G00
pounds. On the whole we have
gained in the quantity of our ex
ports. This is, so fur, satisfactory
and encouraging. The total value
of our exports for the last quarter is
81,709,897.00, a splendid showing
for a total population of about 80,
THE GOVERNMENT FINANCES.
The Finance Minister's state
ment for the quarter ending with
the year 1888 shows the Government
finances to be in n healthy condi
tion. At the beginning of the
quarter there was a balance in the
Treasury of 1U,5U8.01. The re
ceipts from all sources during the
quarter, including deposits in the
Postal Savings Bank of 1 18,000,
amount to SCO 1,259.07, This added
to the balance from the previous
quarter makes a total of $805,797.
98, The expenditures for the
quarter foot up to $127,05G.77,
leaving in the Treasury to begin the
year the respectable sum of 8378,
74i.21. The principal item of revenue is
$323,887.05, from internal taxes.
The quarter might be called the tax
collecting quarter, and although the
whole of the annual taxes is not yet
in, much the larger portion thereof
is. So the Government income for
the quarter covered by the Minis
ter's statement ih necessarily larger
than for either of the other three
quarters of the year.
Theslntement of expenditures is
extremely bald, the amounts ex
pended in each Department of Government-being
about all the purlieu
liirs given. No doubt, some of the
interested and anions public would
prefer u more detailed statement j
NOT AT ALL SURPHI8ING.
Our morning eontoiiipoinry lui' (if
late shown a stiong (.lis.poilioti to
take :t hand in the offairn nl other
countries. Jt huu yono "tuoonin"
around the United Status, Urcnt
Britain, Samoa, and lhiyti. Is'nt
content with giving the news of lor
cign countries for the information of
its readers, it itches to step in and
regulate the affairs of the outside
barbarians. The United Slates in
capable of managing its Presidential
elections, and Great Hritnin of settl
ing its monarchy, in all probability,
without the powerful aid of the "1
C. Advertiser." That anyone living
at Honolulu is a competent judge of
the accuracy of n record of occur
rences at Samoa, written by a man
on the spot, will not be readily be
lieved. For our own part, we are
not in a position to determine in re
gard to the accuracy or otherwise ot
the account which appeared a few
days asro in the Bum.utin ; but we
can say this, that it was written by
a gentleman at Samoa who has been
represented by the press there, as
well as by American and English
gentlemen, as a gentleman ot integ
rity. Whether the statements in re
gard to Mr. Klein are true or false,
it is not at all surprising that no
allusion should have been made to
that gentleman in the Auckland
papers, considering that their latest
news from Samoa was dated Dec.
11, and the events recorded in the
Buu.r.Tix occurred several days after
that date. II. B. M. S. Lizard also
left Samoa before those events oc
curred. BERETAMA STREET.
Kin-roil Bri.i.ivnx: Who is to
blame for the disgraceful condition
in which IJcretania street is in at
While little used side street are
put in good order, this much travel
led and important street seems to
have to take caie of itsell.
Some say the Government are
waiting for tiic Tramways Co. to
get their track down, while others
say the Tramwaj's Co. are waiting
for the Government to grade the
street, and it looks to me if both
wen: ti tie. 15i:iii:tania.
THE MOLOKAI EXPEDITION.
EniTOii Bulletin: Since the ex
pedition relumed from Kalawao, a
number of inquiries have been
made, as to its purport and results
and I take the liberty to stale 1113'
reasons for undertaking the mat
ter. For many weeks, I have been, as
a member of the Board of Health
importuned, for assistance by Ha
waitans who have friends at the set
tlement either for seeing them again,
or to grant a respite to those" who
were to leave. This was growing
stronger every day, until the convic
tion was made on my mind, that
bonie relief must be given. But
how it was to be done, was a seri
ous question and it was brought
about 111 Ibis manner.
In the early part of December, a
worthy llawaiiau came to my house
and said, 'Uu. pilikia loa makou."
1 asked him, in what way and what
I could do. His reply was, 1113'
daughter-in-law's husband has been
sent to -Molokui and from last 31011
day until this Sunday morning, Da
llas neither eaten 11 morsel of food,
or drank water, though we have
have offered poi, lea, bread and
water and begged her, for the sake
of her three little children to take
somothimr. Finding from him, his
circumstances as to his own means
and the place where I could find the
woman, I promised him help and
during the afternoon, went to see
her. His story was true and I spent
same time in rousing her and 111111113'
left Iter with u promise, that if she
would eat a little and care for her
children, I would place her case iny
self before the Board and see if it
were possible foi her to see her
husband again or to stny with him.
Shortly after this an old woman
from another valley came to me for
help and said, if I could only see
liiin once more 1 would return,
without 11113' tU'ln.V-
A father who has a daughter, that
has been carefully brought up, beg
ged to only see that she was safe.
Later still, after the notice, of the
cxpuditiou was printed, a mail car
rier on 31aui, heard thcio was to
be a chance to see his child, gave
his mail bugs to a friend and took
Che steamer nt once for Honolulu,
so strong was his deslro to ho sure
to be in time,
Itelleeling carefully over the situa
tion aud thu thought supposing I
stood in the place of the father who
had a child at the settlement what
would be 1113' feeling, I went to the
Board and asked permission to send
at my own expense, a bteniner under
chargo of a competent person and
allow Hawaiians who had friends to
see them once more.
An nnnwer was not given until
31r. Myeis mid .Mr. Reynolds had
been consulted, the Minister of the
Interior being on Hawaii and would
not return in lime, for to me secure a
slcatncr at the end of the year and
before the buvy freighting season
The result has exceeded my hopes
and though only a portion landed,
owing to the rough sea, those who
did, came back pleased and happy.
Their favorable repoits of the set
tlement will help the Boaid in ils
trying duly In the nation, and I
have yet to hear of the parlies who
went up abusing the rules of the
Board. I heartily believe in segre
gation and being guarded. It is an
easy matter to write, that east iron
segiegation can only be the rule, in
dealing with this question, but you
must not forget that a thousand
human beings at the settlement re
present a great amount of heart
pain, and suffctiui; on this side of
the channel. Now you cannot
light against human nature. For
valuable help in canying out the
expedition, I am much indebted to
Kev. Father Leonorc, the Rev. II.
II. Parker, Hon. .1. U. Kawainui,
Hon. Henry Wntcrhouse and Mr. C.
S. M. Damos.
January HI, 188(5.
HORNER'S ANSWER TO Q.COK
TINUED. 3Ir. G. continues: "3Iy position
lias brought me iu contact with
tnanj- nationalities and
I have had considerable to do with
statistical woik, .nd I must say that
where the standard of man's life
time is longest liquor is used."
Grant it, but I trust that 3Ir. G.
will not claim that rum drinking
added lo their longevity, but he
thinks as I do, that their long life,
energy and extra mental powers,
were native endowments which they
possessed notwithstanding the weak
ening tendencies of their drinking
habits. While it is certain that
drunk drinks never added to their
long life or greatness, it is not so
certain but what if the3' had left
liquor entirely alone, they would
not have lived longer, and been
more noted and a better people
than they now are with their rum.
It is certain they would have set a
more worthj' example.
Mr. G. continues: "If I, a mod
erate user of liquor, die at '10 years
of age, who dare say I would have
lived Id year longer if 1 had not
I think if Mr. G. will consult
some of the sluiistical tables fur
nished I13' Life Insurance Companies
lie will find the best possible pi oof,
that as a rule temperance people
live longer than those who drink,
but whether Mr. G.'s life will be
shortened by his d inking more or
less than 10 years I can't say.
3Ir. G. fuither continues: "And
does 31 r. Homer think that he
alone, or his adherents, are infalli
ble, and only knows what is good
I have now passed 11)3' threescore
3'ears, was laised in America among
a people noted for enterprise, scien
tilio attainments, mental activity and
spirit of improvement; and I have
so far lived a temperate, bu&y and
thoughtful life, have associated with
niauy people, and have seen the rise
and fall of iany. Yet with all my
advantages for observation and in
formation 1 don't assume to be wise
enough to tell all that is good for
31 r. G. But I havi: definitely de
cided one thing and that is, the
drinking drunk diinks, never diet
cither man or woman any perma
nent good, but it lias done millions
of them permanent injury so it
seems wise lo let it alone severely.
I am well aware that drinking a
little makes some feel very" compan
ionable, very sociable and loving,
and drinking a little more makes
Ihein hilarious; they will sing and
shout and appaiently "have a good
time" sometime I think thoj' act
silly; thpydiink mote, then I know
they act silly, their tongue appears
to thicken, their brains get muddled,
their physical strength gives aw:i3T
and soon the3 are humbled as the
beast with no power to reason or
rise, as they are "dead drunk," the
mind and body for the time being
inactive, but none of this from the
taking of the llrst drink can be call
ed a permanent good. If the3' had
not taken the firs I, drink this dis
graceful beetle a type of thousands
would not have occuried, and the
community is furiiinau- if no evil is
brought upon them by such sprees.
And as man3' live good and long
lives without strong drink and do no
harm to the community I13' tempe
rance and much good by their ex
ample. I must adhcie'to my de
cision "that no pernianei.t good re
sults from rum drinking, hut a great
deal of harm," 1 believe it will he
"good" for 3Ir. G. to stop drinking
and a "good" example for his wife
and daughter to follow.
G. further says: '! will openly
say that my experience shows me
that prohibition lo a superlative de
gree fosters hypocrisy. I have
known " hundreds of people who
openly said they practised total
abstinence and becrctly diauk their
To put it plain G. states that glut
tons and hypocrites are the natural
fruits of prohibition. This I don't
believe, but I do believe that G.
may have wrongfully judged both
the great enleraiid the prohibitionist
that drank 011 tho bly as he does me
of being a hypocrite.
This stuno sly drinker ina3r have
been an honest prohibitionist,
though not 11 very consistent one
nor a total abstainer. 1 have known
heavy drinkers that were just as
anxious to have all grogshops shut
up, as 1 was. They said they cared
nothing for liquor only when it was
around under their nose, easy lo
We will consent lor Mr. G., his
wiic and daughter to dtink moder
ately, if they will only work for pro
hibition, and we will consent for
Ihein lo drink moderately aftei pro
hibition goes into effect, if they can
llnd anything to drink.
Even if G. has lightly judged this
sly drinker, the shoitcomings of a
weak man should not be construed
to the discredit of sound principles.
If such judging should be followed
as a rule all moral and religious
principles would badly suffer.
(To be continued.)
Jxo. 31. lloitNKtt.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, January 1i)lli,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M
At the "Old Custom House," Queen St ,
1 will sell il Public Aiielinn,
Anchors ! Chains !
And other articles taKon from the
Brig "I In. ml."
Ti-nniN cam 11.
Assignees Auction Sale
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 23, '89,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Will If -obi hi the. time uf" W. S
Mcichant btrccl, all of the
Hock, consiMiuj: ol'
Fr&ili & Ameri. Bnutdlas
Amciicin, Irish ASo'ieh Whiskies,
Gin in cases and hsidxcl.
Culi fui nia Wine, Milwaukee Uecr,
Fine r.'i'openn Ca4: & Case Sherry,
Fori and Madeira Wines,
Fine Honk, pinf. it quails;
Fine A. linn: hiqiiumis,
Doppcl ICimmel Oitlors,
I McNeal & Urban
Burglar and Five Prooi' Safe,
1 Standing Desk,
1 Letter 1'ier-s, A Table.
New Typew tiler,
Websti'i'd Una I r dirul Dictionary,
Picluie.', Chan, etc , etc ,
One JESlneli: IVTsai-e,
2 Doliwnr Wagnns
i Iliiinrsbes, Wlicullarrnu,
Buildings in Honolulu Halo Yard,
Etc., i:tc, i-: c i ic.
A II SING ii'ii. for mo 1 mlcr full
xjl poKcr ot uitmiiuy in
IIo'iolulii, Jan. lfi, lt-80
DUIUNG my nb-enec from this KhiA
il.uii Dr. (J. li. Wood Inn a full
power of aitornoy
mailers of liutiness
to act lor me iu all
' .JOHN KHOWE.
DIVIDEND of Three Dollars pur
rliife "HI lie p.ild to the share
holders of Inter-Island tHeaiii Kavlga
lion Co, (Limited), ill their olllce on
WEDNESDAY, Hut tilth iiiHani.
J. EN A,
Honolulu, .Inn lfi,18S!l. 147 Jt
STKAYED or stolen,
u White- llori-e,
gu-y l.iil, !1J yen i old.
I. landed on'liip ''N,"
slightly lame on left
It'it. A reward of r will bujjlvcnto
an.so.-iu rtiturnintr muiic ai this ulllcu
llawaiiau Boll Telephone Company.
AT a meeting uf Hie (tnekholdem of
thu uhovu eonipanv held .lauiiiiry
ISlli, lfc8!l, the following nlHei-ra wuio
uleeied for liio ensuing yeni :
Godftoy Drown. ....... it
( cell Hi own VIce.-l'ieMilenl,
J. F. brown Secretary,
1.. YaUiitliic , Auditor,
I IViiidy.. General Supeiliilelidtnt,
Jus Ciimpl'oll W. O Smith, J. F.
J F. DISOWN,
118 lin K'di'lMry,
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT
. ttuvertibo in theDaii.v liuLLKim.
T3 oider if E u. Kleiniiim tins Mori-
:ii:cu iiiiuieil in a oi-rtiiln
til re if
1 f m ii'iiMci' 1111 '' I y w II
liulgli, 1 will Fell nl t'lililie Auction, on
SATURDAY, Jan, lOtli, 1889
AT III O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my salesrooms, eniner of Fort and
Quern treit'', nil tlie following nier-
cluimr.a!', consisting of
Legal, Letter and Note Paper,
Envelope?. Hlnnk Hooks,
lllllhfiiils, Writlnir & Copying Ink,
Note, Dr'ift nnd Itecclpt Hooks,
Canvas and Squares !
Hammocks, Lead Pencils
I'apt'r Fa teneri and Puds,
Albums, Tape Mcasnus, I'urpes,
Mtieil-ieo, IuUci' Bug-, Toys
ui J Dolls; iieholce Collection uf
Fitted Phisli Cases,
Guns, etc, etc. Also about
400 Novels 4000
And lib ill! 10J Ijound Clioieu
lit okfl, mid one
Revolving Book Case !
LEWIS J. IjEVEY,
144 7t Auctioneer.
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park !
No. 1. Kiiniiiiig Iliice, j
I'ri.f For Hawaiian 1 red
b i:bsp, -1 years ol 1, to carry llfi
No. 2 Running Race, t mile dash,
Pri.e For Hawaiian lirtd
hoife.sup to Uyriir:. nld, lo ciury
t lo pounds.
No. !. Tiuliiiig and racing ltaee, 1
mile dii-li, 1'iize For Ha
waiian hr d hoi.-e-. a ycaib old,
lo harness aud to rules.
-Running Rice, l'.f mile (huh,
Pii.i For Hawaiian bud
hoihcs under 7 yuiib old, catch
peal, Pi i.e
Free to all.
1 mile and re
7. IJIeyel- 1
Rice, I4 mile dash,
Foi Hawaiian lncd
j cms old, catch
ince, li mile
Flee lo all.
No. f. Running Rice, 14 mile dash,
Pi '7.! For Ui.uaiinu bred
1iijim, ! veins old, euleh
No. i). Trotting Ruck to Road C.irt, 1
mile d'lth, Prize For ll'i-
wiiiian bred horses. Freutoull.
No. 10. Running Rice, 1 mile dash,
I'nM- For Hawaiian bied
Jiuiri-s, 5 yeais old, 10 c.ury 115
No. 11. Tut.ng Rncc, 1 mile dash,
i'nze For nil horecj that
iicwr hrat a minutes.
No. 12 Pony R.ice, 1 mile dnsh, P1I7.0
For Ilawni.an bred
ponies, !l ) ran old, not over 14
No 13 Trotting Racs lo Road Cart, 1
niilu dash, Prize Fiee to
14. Running Rucr, lf milu dash,
Prize Fieu 10 all.
All prizes will he paid in Hiikr or
Driverr. Gup to nwueivj. No Profes.
eloaal Jockeys allowed.
Entries to bo nnde before SiUuulny,
March U, lbMl.nt -i r. m.
(S Subject to changes.
J. A. CUftfliVllNS.
Honolulu, January 10, 18bO. U4
A LATHE, similar 10 the 0110 in the
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.. nuw
it til iu perlect older,
For fuithtr pnril.
cuiiir apply to
rPIlE Hawaiian Business Agenoy is
J. 11 loins authorised to colli ot out
standing contracts for subscriptions and
adviiiiteinents duo the JIcKenney
Copies of tho Hawaiian Directory for
l.ubti-'.), recently published by uf, can be
obtained on application nt Die llRWuiii.it
ISilsliiiss Agency, corner Fori und Mer
ehaiiU si 1 cuts. Price lj;!l.C0.
.1. O. hANK,
Agent for JIcKenney Directory Co.
HAS Coral Rock, lilnok Stone, Black
and W hlto fc'nnd nnd Boil, for sale
in any quantity. Apply at the ofllne of
W. (J. Achi, lCaaliiiiuiiiiu street. Ut) Hm
1IKO lenyo to Inform my
patients, that I lutein! leaving the
kingdom i-n the Dili Fi 1 ru.iry, 10 bo
absent until Octcb:r( mill iluii 1 will
cloto my ollico on tho 8ih of Fehumry.
U. E. ailOBSMAN, Dentist.
1111m No. 08 Hotel Ht.
Program of Races
Visit Our Store and Got Your
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer puiebnsing the umount of $2.r0 worth
will leeeived u hundi-oiiiu
nt fty Present
Come und exiiiiii ne our Now Oiods, ami you will find them much newer
and lower in price then ch-owhcie. It is our unalterable dotciiiiiiiution to
have no leeourt-u to misleading or niisrepiefceiitiition. Our advertisement
liuly represents tho Goods we oiler for .-ule.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untriuimed Straw Hats.
gJ0Look ut our Hotel street window nnd see the fine display of Silver
ware suitable for tho Holidays.
Tho near approach of the Holidays und overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo mnke the most radical and swooping changes in our piiees,
and we feci fully justified in publicly asserting Hint in the coining week our
patrons can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have never been cqiinkd.
Hosiery ! hosiery ! B-Sosiery ! Hosiery !
jD3""This is the Ileavie.-t Cut in Piiees over attempted.
jflTWu will inake uductions in nil our dcpnitiiients.
. 'DElfS ' S di-po'-e'l lo en
i JL jrijre in eiiichinc and
n-iging Myt ah Piuls mid Spar.
iows in huge numbei.u, will
llnd it profitable lo tlieuivelvi' by apply
ing for a puicha-e: i iln- oil e.e.
K. I.uri:, of Ilono.
inv made iiua'sii:ii.
TT lulu, lui-. 1 1.I-
mciit of all hi-t nropi-rlv l tho under-
tignul, for the benetll ot hi eie-1 to"--,
notice is hereby given to all p'lities
owinc said V. !S. I.uce lo make inner
diale pinmenl, and hti puirous having
claims ngiinst W. H. l.uee mi! i j-ijiii t-'--'l
lo piecnt llifin at once at Iheolllceif
W. S. Iiiice, Meioh.-iiii slice. Honolulu.
.1. F. HACICFEbD,
Honolulu, Dec. 1", lS'. ll'.l lm
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has uikon the Studio fonueily occupied
by A. A. Moiitano. eoiiii-r ol Mug
and Foit Mreeth, iiuil is pie-
paied to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES
I'rliiliiiKDonu lor Amatetiih.
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
IfcT Entraiicc on Foit Stieet. a
Foit ham: om.y icv
28 Meiehant Street. tin
The Best Company
Life insurance Co.,
OX NMW VOKK.
Rlclianl A. UcGnrdy, President.
The Largest Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in the U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Larrjcst Dividonds.
Claims paid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian Iblumh, dm big the
past ten yeure,
Over ; $100,000 00,
tQy Formica, apply to
tf. 18. KOME,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Etc., Etc., Etc.
NOTICE i. he ebv given
Yong of Kabhi'Vnlley.
en tiiat All
'V. Oahu. Iiujs
-idd to I.in Mi T.in. for stllUl, his un
divided om--!ittli hit le.-t in a lease of a
eei tain liieie of liroiierty in Kalilii Val-
ley, dating fioin February Sl, 18t8,
1 fioin I.aiirn Kelenahc ct n'l.; together
' with lii- undivided oue-tlftli "mtcicst in
buildings thereon, furniture therein,
j four horses, all agiieulttiral implcmeust,
I etc., ete.
Dated, Jan. -1. 18SU. 138 2w
The Hawaiian Tramway Com'py
OX and i J or Mondiv, the lUli.Tanu.
nry, the (Alt KAhKS will be eol
lee ed bv TlrKets onl' , u bieh will be
kuld i i her Mngl , i r in d rds of five for
twi'i ty live etiits li) the conductor.
c-iT The Tickets must be placed by tho
Passover in the FARE BOX
provided on the Car.
Ti fundi ate the making of chaimc
t (5,.ili!'e ire re-peetfully requested "to
)iiielia-.t-the y.", c-'tit cind-i ixhere i;ossi-
Co doctor C. Thielo will tall round
t t i'i lit i n1 stuns wilh Tickets for
ale on IMduy and Saluiday, the 11th
i. lid 1 Jtli J. nuaiy. 114 tf
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
Foe liny JIlHlance.
Thu Cars will commence miming on the
following schedule time,
On Tuesday, Jan, 1st
Lcavo Illllo Range.
!i :io "
Leave Chinese Tlicat.
(1.K0 A. M.
T i;0 "
:i oo "
t no "
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fiom the Itlllu
will Icueeoinei or lleretanlii n 1U.
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To Insure piinetiiulity, it Ih requested
thut pnstuiigeiii will, mi far he postihlo,
join and leavo Iho cms nt the corners of
They uru also respectfully cimtioned
ng.iim.1 utteinpting to enter or alight
front the curs whilst in motiou,
v y . -B
afcv a isver