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MWM(pyiwwiwiM ny y ry ocrn
Pled&d to neither Seel nor Partyt
But ettabtithed for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1889.
"Au afternoon's sport on tbo
toboggan on Saturday morning" is
tbe way the itoin was handed in,
And it was probably put to in order
to set a free notice in the Adver
tiser. The trick has proved thor
Sonic people object to the Govern
ment's selling of the McDuff build
ing, because it was for years inhab
ited by x leper or lepers, and germs
of contagion may lurk in its walls.
The objectors say tbe material
should be Bhippcd to Molokai or
burned on this island. On the other
hand, it is remarked that if all the
houses that have harbored lepers
wor burned there would bo a pretty
largo bonfire. Perhaps a very com
plete fumigation of the house would
destroy any danger and allay all fear
of handling the material.
A few days ago we published a
San Francisco paper's alarmist re
ference to the projected fortifying
of Esquitnalt, British Columbia, by
Great Britain. The Alta California
considers that the forts may keep
out a more undesirable European
neighbor than the United States now
has. It shows how ridiculous the
attempted scare is, from the facility
with which the United StateSjCould
concentrate forces in that neighbor
hood, and says: "The melancholy
view of the situation is not warrant
ed by any visible facts, except the
fact of a Treasury surplus which
continually causes the appearance
of plans for its expenditure, sug
gested by those who want some per
manent justification for war taxa
tion." Before making .the fastest cast
ward trip on record 3 days 22
hours 10 minutes the Inman line
steamship City of Paris had just
made the fastest westward trip 5
days 23 hours 7 minutes from
Queenstown to Sandy Hook light
ship, New York. The steamer on
both passages ran away beyond 500
knots per diem on several days.
The quickest previous trip to the
westward one of the City of Paiis
was that of the Cunard line steam
ship Etruria G days 1 hour 55
minutes. According to her best
time thus far, the City of Paris
would make the passage from San
Francisco to Honolulu in about four
days and a quarter, or, sailing on
Monday at noon, she would arrive
here on Friday afternoon.
The piece of fine rhodomontade
elsewhere copied from the Alta Ca
lifornia appeared in that paper un
der the following heads well dis
played: "A Child of the Gods
The Earthquake was the Message
of Pele, the Goddess of Fire A
Princess Hears from Home In the
Hawaiian Kingdom the News of the
Earthquake will be Received with
Pleasure and Rejoicing." The ar
ticle, half heriously in its introduc
tory part and with the gravity of an
owl in its legendary quotation, con
nects a recent earthquake shock in
San Francisco with the anival of
'Princess Kaiuluni. Reaching Ha
waiian eyes, including those ofj the
young royal maiden herself, the ten
dency of tho piece as a whole is to
confirm a latent and very gross su
perstition that only too frequently
develops into serious results among
that race. The mild reservation
about "coldly critical" judgment
in certain quarters intellectual San
Francisco for instance will be more
than counterbalanced by tho cool
admission tacitly of a divinity at
tending Hawaiian royalty. It is
proper, therefore, here to protest
emphatically against any journal of
civilization referring, even if dis
guisedly, to the death of Princess
Likelike as connected with volcanic
phenomena, except as the latter are
cited as an indirect cause of tho
bad event in their working upon na
tive superstition. The reference of
the Alta's writer to this painful epi
sode could not, however, be in more
fitting connection with anything
than tbe effort to establish a correla
tion between an innocent little girl's
advent and the occurrence of a Ca
lifornia earthquake. Earth tremors
stand to royal visits on that strand
in about the proportion of live hun
dred to one, and are hi fact so com
mou that no important
ftmWd lit ft frucic without
protection bolng attempted in its
structure against such seismic dis
turbances. Similarly, volcanic ac
tivity in Hawaii is subject to fre
quent changes, but has cgregiously
failed in its radical fluctuations to
connect with high chief mortality
in onlv a less marked decree than
have the periodical inclusions of the
red fish into Honolulu harbor. Both
superstitious arc only less ridiculous
than our ancestors' diead of the un
timely crowing of roosters. In con
nection with the San Francisco pa
per's contribution to tho support of
lamentable Hawaiian hoodooism, it
may be mentioned that a story fs
being circulated here to the effect that
on the morning of the young Prin
cess's departure, the ominous "ball
of fire" was seen in her late moth
er's room. It is wickedly cruel to
put any such notions into the head
of the young Princess, tending in
the first place to inflate her suscep
tible mind with a fiction of her here
ditary relations with divinity, and,
secondly, sowing in the same soil
seeds of superstition which may one
day bring forth great mental suffer
ing if not premature death. Her
friends have reason to be angry and
not proud of the effusion of the fa
cile scribbler in the Alta. They
well know that no prince or princess
who may be brought up by or in the
kahuna profession will, if the fact be
divulged in advance, ever be per
mitted to gain accession to the
throne. There is a good deal of
local feeling about the Princess hav
ing been allowed to be subjected to
press interviews in San Francisco,
but as these productions bear evi
dence of being at least partially
"faked," criticism now would be
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following arc booked to leave
on the S. S. Umatilla, Juno 7 J. N.
S. Williams, Mrs. F. E. Eaton and
child, Miss Dressier, P. Peck, Geo.
H. Spalding, E. J. G. Bryant, Miss S.
V. Hopper, Mrs. H. Streubeck and
child, Dr. A. B. Carter, wife, child
and servant, II. W. Schmidt and
wife, Mrs. Kennedy and child, Mibs
M. Mclntyrc, W. L. Decoto andwife,
Miss A. Peterson, Mrs. J. A. Hopper
and daughtcr,Rcv. W. II. Barnes,wife
and child, R. W. McChcsney, Frank
P. Hastings and wife, T. W. Ilobron,
Capt. Hobron and wife, Miss Emma
C. Smith, J. T. Waterhoube and wife,
Hon. Geo. H. Dole, wife and 10 chil
dren, Hon. P. N. Make.e, Mibses
Merseborg (2), Hon. H. P. Baldwin,
Mrs. Tweedie, C. Livingstone, wife
and family, Mrs. D. Noonan, J. W.
Luning and wife, Miss Pierce, Jas.
Andrews, G. H. Foster, T. C. Ford,
J. M. Pickrell, U. S.N., W. O. Faulk
nei and wife, Mrs. Dr. Tucker, J.
Mai tin and wife, Mrs. F. L. Winter,
Mrs. J. Sutherland, 2 children and
THE EXPEDITION TO THE SOUTH POLE.
Late news is to the effect that a
German expedition to the South
Pole has been organised. An ex
tract from a German paper shows
that so far as painting the dangers
in a light that would encourage an
enthusiastic explorer to faco them,
the -case has been put pretty strong
ly the other way. The extract quotes
Sir Wyville Thompson's criticism as
follows: "We can only anticipate
disasters, multiplied a hundredfold,
should the South Pole ever become
a goal of rivalry among nations."
And after further comments Sir W.
Thompson goes on to say: "Evan
in the height of summer the temper
ature of the air in Antarctic regions
is always below the freezing point of
sea-water, and bitter, tempestuous
winds and fogs and blinding snow
storms are all but incessant. No
Arctic explorer has ever gone be
yond the bounds of vegetation ; at
least lichens and seaweed have been
found wherever northern navigators
have penetrated ; but in the awful
solitudes of the South Sir James
Ross found not the faintest trace of
vegetable life, either on the land or
in the sea, yet he never came within
less than 700 miles of the South
Pole. The magnetic polo has been
approached within 150 miles, and it
seems possible that important scien
tific results might be attained by
covering that further distance ; but
even this is doubtful.
A sleepy little soul at bed-time
found it hard to keep awake -when
she knelt down to say her prayer.
Half-way through, she stopped and
sighed: "Well I've got froo the
worst of it, Mamma."
Not long ago Mrs. B was
teaching her little son the Sunday
school lesson about Jonah and his
tarrying in the whale three days.
Suddenly the small listener inter
rupted with : "My! didn't ho get a
long free ride, though, mamma?"
"Mollie, I wish yon would bo a
better little girl'," said a fond father
to his little daughter; "you have no
idea how sorry I am that mamma
has to scold you always." "Don't
worry about it papa," was the reply
of the little angel ; "I am not one
of those sensitive little children.
Half the time I don't hear what she
In law a man is not a thief until
the charge has been proven. If a
man runs away to Canada he is as
uiucu entitled to tho benefit of a
(Iniilit In Ills fnVnr t ln fe entitlnrl
to tat bcodle fe gU Mrty wlth
DATLt BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H, I
H10M hi.- THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
ACTION VOlt rr.SA.LTT.
Where a statute prescribes a pen
alty for a breach of its provisions,
etc. Held that an action for breach
of the statute should not bo in tho
form of a criminal prosecution.
Actions for penalties are civil ac
tions in form and substance.
The statutory proceeding must bo
followed strictly and expressly. The
King v. Tong AVo, 5 Haw. 20.
ACTIOS OX TUU CASK.
Maintainable by the widow for
consequential damages, resulting
from the death of her husband,
caused by the wrongful act of tho
defendant. Kakc vs. Horton, 2
Haw. 209. See Widow.
ACTION ON WAUKANTT.
See title Warranty.
ACT TO QUIET TITLU.
See Real Estate.
The statute limitinc the time
within which claims may be pre
sented against estates of deceased
persons, is no bar to a claim by the
government. Minister of Interior
v. Parke, 4 Haw. 36G.
Where two persons being both
heirs of a decedent, arc appointed
administrators of his estate, tho
claim of one against the estate, dis
puted by the other, cannot be de
cided upon by the Probate Court.
The claimant in tho case must first re
sign as administrator and bring his
suit at law. In re estate of liana, 4
It appeared the deceased was a
distant relation of the plaintiff, and
for thirteen yeats piior to his death
lived with plaintiff. He did some
little work at times and no payment
for board was ever made or demand
ed, nor was any promise made to
pay. Held, that the plaintiff could
not recover. Luka v. Fyfe, adtn'r.
4 Haw. 569. See Probate Court.
See Probate Law.
ADMIKALTI JUH1SDICTION AND PRAC
TICE. The judicial power of the Su
preme Court extends to all cases of
admiralty and maritime jurisdiction,
and this power may be exercised by
the Chief Justice at Chambers.
When the general owner retains
the possession, command and navi
gation of the Bhip, and contracts to
carry a cargo or freight for the voy
age, the chaiter party is considered
as a mere affreightment, sounding
in covenant; and the freighter is
not clothed with the character of
legal responsibility of ownership.
Lien of the owner for tho freight
on the cargo shipped by the chart
erer, not oxteuded by a clause in
tho charter party binding the ves
sel, her freight, tackle and appur
tonanccs, on tho one side, and the
merchandise and freight to be laden
on board, on the other side, to the
faithful performance of the cove
nant. The lien held to bo waived on a
part of the goods which had been
delivered, notwithstanding the clause
referred to above.
Held : that the owner had a lien
on a portion of the goods which re
mained undelivered, for the whole
freight remaining unpaid.
Fessenden vs. Cargo of ship
Charles, 1 Haw. 94.
Spencer vs. Bailey, 1 Haw. 108 ;
see "Ship-owner," "General Ave
rage," "Attachment of Ship."
The court adopted the rule of ad
miralty courts in other countries, as
to tho verification of the claim of a
paity intervening. A loose and gen
eral allegation of ownership is not
The claim should be accompanied
by a stipulation for the payment of
costs and expenses, particularly
when the claimant resides abroad.
Spencer vs. Bailey, 1 Haw. 118.
The master has authority to pur
chase such supplies as are reasona
bly fit and proper for the ship and
voyage, and the furnisher of such
supplies is not bound to show that
there was a positive necessity for
such supplies. It is sufficient if
there was an apparent necessity.
Spencer vs. Bailey, 1 Haw. 124.
When the master of an American
ship fails to comply with the act of
Congress of 1803, and produces no
crew list, it w ill be presumed that
the seamen discharged from his ship
are American citizens ; and the bur
den of proof will rest on the master
to show that they arc not so. In re
claim of II. S. consul, 1 Haw. 128.
The defendant, a shipping master,
undertook that one Silas Philips
should sail as third officer on board
of plaintiff's ship, or that the de
fendant would return the advance
money paid by plaintiff. Philips was
taken sick and died before tho shfp
sailed. Held, the defendant must
return the advance money. Dough
erty vs. Wilcox, 1 Haw. 181.
Libellant brought a suit to recover
possession of goods, which tho de
fendant refused to deliver until he
was paid the freight of a quantity
of coal sold on the passage from
England. Held : that the court had
jurisdiction, and could deliver the
The defendant having sold s
quantity of coals at Rio Janeiro on
the passage from Liverpool, the
court held that he was not entitled
to freight on the coals. Jauion vs.
Fox, Master Co.
Tho registry of a ship is entitled
to very little weight as evidence of
ownership, and so far from being
oouclutlY U mrely prima ci
evldenoc. Post vs. "Lady Jane,"
1 How. 1G2.
The court in "a caso of posses
sion "will adjudicate upon the real
and equitable ownership of a vessel,
and is not lcstrictcd in its jurisdic
tion to an adjudication upon tho
bare legal title, resting upon tho
registry. Kaui vs. schooner Wil
ueluiine, 1 Haw. 187.
Claimants having applied for let
ters rogatory, the court coupled the
grant with a condition that tho
claimants should either release the
llbellauts from their bond, or give
bond themselves in a like amount
with the llbellants. Moll et al vs.
ship "George," 1 Haw. 283.
In a caso where no ntgligenco can
be imputed to a creditor, it Is neces
sary, if the owners of the ship would
protect themselves from liability for
advances made in good faith by
third parties, by reason of their hav
ing an agent or consignee here to
provide necessary supplies, that
such agency should be made known,
either by a general public notice or
by a special notice to the particular
It tho owners have othor funds
which may be propeily applied for
that purpose; or a consignee or
agent at the place, authorized to
make all repairs and supplies ; then,
the necessit' as well as implied au
thority of the master to borrow
money for that purpose no longer
The onus of establishing such n
state of facts is on the owneis; but
the creditoris bound, before making
an advance, to use due diligence in
ascertaining that there are no other
funds, or means of supply provided
by the owners. Coady vs. ship
"Lewis," 1 Haw. 303.
An olllccr of an American whale
ship contracted to be paid off at Ho
nolulu "at home prices." The
court held this to mean the average
price of oil and bone at the vessel's
home port, by latest advices, sub
ject, in the case of oil, to a deduc
tion for insurance, leakage, landing,
gauging, and commissions ; and in
the case of bone, to a deduction for
insurance, shrinkage, labor, and
commissions. lb. 310.
IN pursuance of an "agreement to soil
certain perishable property" entered
into by the parties in the case of L. Ah
Lo vs. Aniu, Awong and Alio, under
approval of a Justice of tho Supreme
Notice is hereby given that I shall
offer for sale on SATURDAY, June 8,
1859, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of
Kulaknim Hale, thu following described
property, now under attachment in the
above entitled cause, to wit:
Miie Urowing urop oi nice, now ripe,
on three pieces of rice land, comprising
The Urowing Crop of Taro, now ripe,
on six pieces of taro land, comprising
about 0 acres. All at K&tnoiliill7lslund
C2T Terms Cash, and said Rice and
Tnro to be removed from snid land
within a reasonable time after dale of
JNO. II. SOPER, Marshal.
Honolulu, Juno 0, 1889. 2C9 2t
Chinese Employufent Office
THE undersigned begs to notify the
public that he has opened a Chi.
ncso Emplovment Office, at No. !57 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to tho Chinese. Mutual Telephone 385.
No charge for getting Ecrvants. Office
in Lack Lung Chung's carpenter fliop.
2571m LEE CUU.
A Delicious Summer Drink !
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
207 23 Merchnnt Street. lm
Nth JUNE !
Races ! s-Races !-a Eaces !
TnE Pantheon Stables
Busses will run to
Kapiolani Park on tho 11th
Leaving Messrs. .T. E. Hrown
& Co.'s office.
at 7:00'. m., anu every
half hour after.
EVA-TUS, : 50 CENTS.
BQy Tickets can he obtained at tho
Pantheon Stables or at Messrs, J. E.
Brown & Co. 207 Ot
FOB SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Friday, June 7th ?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
for Is the '
etuw pr taoaUi.
ER to subscribe
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Regular jash Sale !
On SATURDAY, Juno 8tb,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91.,
At wy Salesroom. Queen street, I will
soil at Publio Auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
And to eloBe consignments
Cases of BOOTS & SHOES,
Cases o( Rubbsr Coats,
Also 1 Cottage l'lnno,
1 Square Piano.
And at 13 o'clock noon,
I Black Carriage Horse
A flno animal for family uso;
2 Saddle Horses, Sets of Single Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
LAND AT AUCTION
On Saturday, June 8, 1S89
At the auction rpom of Jas. F. Morgan,
Honolulu. Oahu, will bo sold to tho
That Gortaln Tract or Parcel of Land,
Situated at said Honolulu, Oahu, lying
at tho north of the premises belonging
to John D. Holt, Esq., and nt the west
of Mrs. Marie Apaii's piemiscs, about 60
feet wido and about 80 feet in length;
and being tbo same premises conveyed
to Keomoko by deed of liawaalauki, re
corded in Liber 10, page 235, a very
good land for homestead.
ESfFor further piitiuulnrs inquire of
WILLIAM C. AOUI,
Attorney for the Heirs of Keomoko.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has distrained tho
goods and chattels of Chung Lung,
Nuuanu street, for arrears of rent, and
that the said goods and chattels will be
sold at Public Auction, nt the Salesroi m
of Jas. F. Morgan, Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, June 15th, at 10 o'clock a. m , to
satisfy said arrears of rent.
LIST OP ARTICLES:
1 roller, 1 cutter, 1 roller, C tools, 1 long
cutter, punches and chisels, 1 vise, 1 pipe
holder, 1 square, 3 anvils, 1 set mallets,
1 pipe cutter, 0 c.c. irons, 2 hammers, 1
wrench, 1 pair cutters, 3 tongs, 1 shovel,
1 crow bur, 6 dust pans, 20 dish pans, 4
kettles, 4 dishes, 18 kettles, 11 milk pans,
7 milk pans, 0 milk canB, 4 torches.
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
the public that ho has received
an elegant assortment of Ladies and
Gent's. Boots, Shoes and Slippers by tho
last steamer. 248 lm
READ THIS 1
WE take Photos for ?5 per dozen,
and are Bellini; fine island views
for $2 50 per dozci,
with tho very best
linisli. J. A.
18!) Fort street.
GOOD Family Hoard for a limited
number of gentlemen not exceed,
ing 0 persons. For particulars apply to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
254 tf At T. G. Thrumjs htorc.
A LADY desires to obtain pupils in
Piano Playing. Sho has an ex
tensive experience in teaching in
Europe, according to tho best approved
Terms Reasonable !
Jgy Please send letters marked
" Piano," addressed to this office.
Butter & Cheese !
Just received per S. S. Zcalandia a
FRESH BUTTER ft CHEESE I
This Butter has been carefully se
lected from the
Choicest Taranaki DairioB
And will bo found to contain an
article of superior quality
FOR SALE IK QUANTITIES TO SDIT
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Solo Agent for the Taranaki Butter
2G0J Pucking Company. lw
Tli Fine Al Mteainuhlp
City of Peking,
Of the Pacific Mail $tcamsbip Com.
pany will ho due at Hpriojulu
from San Francisco on
or about '
And will leave for tho above
or about that date.
tSTPor freight or passage apply to
H. HACSFELD & Co,
263 01 A.BaU.
S$3- SAFES I "
IrclMts', Jewolers', Plautallons SRolGton & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Mnrhlclop and Back Grained, imitation of any wood.
T. H. HOBRON,
W Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line .of Millinery Goods !
Unt rimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-ovor Silk Laces, .New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Vino JLnmfo's Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats and Vest,
All-wool OTcrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 So 89
Wholesale & Retail
B. F. EHLEBS
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
RY and FANCY GOOD
EST" N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
OFFER AT BED ROCK TRICES
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR B6y-Alta, Golden Gate & Salinas- FLOUR
Telephones, "No, 175.
New Zealand Jams 1
JUST received a contignment of New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
sale at low prices bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
- etc., thrown in to make
Apply at this oflicc. 251 tf
A COTTAGE, corner Kinau
and Pcnsacola streets.
W. O. ATWATEB,
261 2w Honolulu Iron Works.
STORE TO LET
THE Storo at present occu.
pied by E. O. Ilowe,
Way's Block, King Btrect, at
reasonable rental. Possession giveu June
1st, 1889.. Apply to
168 tf J. G. ROTHWELL.
IURNISUED Rooms to let,
; southwest corner of
l'unchbowl and Bcretania
streets,- would be very convenient for a
small family. , 255 Cm
AnOTJSE, with 8 large and
2 small rooms with kit
chen and bathroom attached,
on Alakea street, opposite Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre
mises, or at this oillcc. 210 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Uutunaer Oar.
rlape just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class style must bo immediately
sold to close au assignment, can be seen
atW. (I. Tage's carriage manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENCY.
& LOCK CO.
Boots & Shoes.
Designs JgCM All Prices.
D. 13. SMITH, .A-Vent.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,1
beautifully situated in
Waialua. Oahu, II. I., com.
a large house with 10 rooms.
itchen. pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, anu a ricn pasture ot u
acres within half a mile. Pure water iB
brought to the house and grounds.from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can be indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
strain boat landing, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers from the
city touch three times a week. The plc
turesquo tpenery, line climate and un.
rivalled water privilege make this a
most desirable, place 'for a country re.
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Lej;
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets, less than
10 minutes walk from Post
Otllce. Lofty rooms, all conveniences.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
265 tf 28 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
IXOELLENT Stables con.
taininir 13 Stalls. Cottaeo
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
South street, near King, formerly occu
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of tho
Palama Bus. To let on very moderate
terras. Apply to
J. E. BROWN CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
BOATS FOR SALE.
WE havo on hand one 22.
foot Whaleboat, with
iron centcr.board, mast, sail,
oars, etc, complete: suitable
for lUhing. Also, ,,ono 75.1b. Cllukor
l'leasuro Skiff, copper fastened, with
oars and rowlocks; will bo sold cheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at
, DOWKtt SON'S,
CJO lux BhOp near tho Fish Uurctt.
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