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SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 188D.
Stmi Llkclikc from Mnul
Stinr Mokolil from Molokni
Sltnr Lehun from 1 In wall
Bltnr Viva from Maul
Schr llnlcakahi for Pepeekeo
Btmr Kllntica lion for Llutuakua at 4
Brglne Consuclo for Snu Francisco at
10 a in
33k l'tik Wan for Port Townsend
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Lchuu for llamakua nud llllo ports
at p in
Stinr Mokolil for Molokal at 5 p m
Stinr Likellko for Maul at 5 p m
Uk J T Hat way for Manila at 2 p in
From Molokni per Mokolil, Aug 17
Per stinr Mlkaliahi. Aug -G From the
Volcano: Capt Smith, U W .Sherman
and wife, C S Tlioinns and wife. Miss
Thomas, E L Marshall, Miss Oteren
dorp, Miss Dephuiaini. From way
porti: B F Dillingham, O F Allardt, J
D Schuyler nnd wife, MrsEllkapoka, J
Emmeluth, J A Rodanct, O J Vt Mis
and 72 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr LI-.
kcllkc, Aug 17 II I ong and daughter,
P A Anderson, and wife. LE Carlson.
Jas baker aud wife, Mrs A ICsiunliilli,
Hop Ynne, S Ah Ml, Acheu, WH King,
J D King, J E Cuinmings, T Cummiugs,
Mrs Toibcrt, Father James, R Peiry, W
J Lowrle, Rev W D Welcrvelt, Mrs F
It Day and 53 deck.
LOCAL & GEHESAL 8&S&.
II. II. M. S. Caroline la fttMy duo
at this port.
1'UtiHni! HiiiioiHon of tlm Mikalinl.i
reports tlii' Volcano as very active.
Tiikiii: will ho union service at
Knwiunliuo chinch Sunday oxoning.
A llhlnumnii Ulihot'
Fivu lepers were luotight Iiom Hn
wait yostunlny on llio steamer Miku-hala.
Tin: now iron building on (jueon
street has bison painted u dark red
A noon goirib of ball may bu looked
for tliie afternoon, between the llono
lulus and Kumchiiiiielias.
Next Sattmbiy the 21th Mr. .1. F.
Morgan will sell four or five Hawaiian
carriage and saddle hoiscs,
Tun properly belonging to the
Nancy Wirt estate on Herotnnia and
Young streets, was sold ut noon to
day bv Mr. .1. F. Morgan to Mr. J.
K.' Wilder for .ROOD.
Tin: second unite of tho Wander
ing Minstrel was picked up ofl' the
Htreet tliis morning, suffering seveioly
with Hloniach troublcu, and taken to
tlie Queen's Hospital.
Tin: stcamor W. Q. Hall is at tlie
Inter-Island Company's wharf and
will sail on hor usual touto to Maui
and Hawaii, at 10 o'clock Tuesday
morning. Shu looks almost like a
The Mokolil brought this morning ;!0
bales wool, 35 sheep and 1 horse.
The stinr Likellko brought 87 hags su
gar, 22 hogs and 117 pkgs sundries,
The steamer Lchua brought this morn
ing2."0(! bags sugar aiid 115 head of cattle
The Ilalcakala brought August ICth
3188 bags sugar, the schr Hawaiian! GOO
hags rice, and the schr Mokuola 280
The Mikahala brought Friday, Au
gust 10th.2001 bags sugar, 201 bagsawa,
iifbags coffee, 25 hides. 12 head cattle,
1 horse, 34 pigs and 74 pkgs sundries.
The brig Cotistielo, Capt Robertson,
sailed for San Francisco this morning
with 3020 bags sugar, 3 bags coffee, 4407
bajs l ice and 100 bbls whiskey ex bark
J L Harway from Boston to San Fran
cisco. Value transhipped, 5,700. Do
mestic value, 840.424.00.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Ah Kiu and Ah Chin pleaded
guilty to having opium unlawfully
in possession and were both fined
$50 with one hour's imprisonment at
hard labor. A nolle pros was enter
ed against Ah Wo and Ah Lee on a
A nolle pros was entered in the
cases of Kawela, charged with as
sault and battery, and Kcanu (w)
The case of Kahalcwai charged
with treason goes over to Tuesday,
t the request of Mr. Neumann, de
A Japanese charged with desert
ing contract service with Waianae
Sugar Company was ordered to re
turn aud pay S3 costs.
The chargos of treason "against
Jack Kuamoo, drummer of the Ha
waiian band, and Kauuikon were
nol pros' d and one of conspiracy
entered against thera. They both
waived examination and were com
mitted to trial to the Supreme Court.
W. C. Achi appears for Kuamoo and
J. W. Kaiua for Kauhikoa.
Polikapu andMose3 Makalua
were charged with riot and unlaw
ful assembly. Polikapu is a youth
ful clarionet player in the Hawaiian
baud. They both waived examina
tion and were commited to the .Su
preme Court. "W. C. Achi appears
Mann, Kameiiana, Kamaikaloa
and Kuaumoana were charged with
riot and unlawful assembly. They
waived examination and were com
mitted to the Supreme Court. J. L.
Kaulukou appears for them.
Manuel Kaawa charged with con
spiracy waived examination and was
committed to the Supremo Court. J.
L. Kaulukou appears for him.
THE HOUSEHOLD GUAtiDS.
By order of the Minister of For
eign Affairs thirty-one members of
the Household Guards were dis
banded this morning. This leaves
tliiity-thrce for service including two
officers, a captain and lieutenant.
A FEW FACTS ABOUT ORANGES.
Few persons, even orange-growers
themselves, are awate of the various
sources of profit that may be ob
tained from nn orange orchard out
side of tin sale of the fruit. A New
York chemist has stated to an East
ern paper the results of his observ
ations in Southern Kttrope, and men
tions the following processes as there
in vogue: Extracting by pressure
orange-peel oil (oil Portugal), price
per ounce, 82 j distilling falling
green fruit oil, per pound, 82 j dis
tilling leaves oil, per pound, $2 ; pre
paring wine, per gallon, 50 cents;
preparing citric acid, per pound SO
cents; preparing dry orange (lowers,
per pound, $4 ; preparing orange
blossom pomade, per pound, 82.50;
preparing orangcllower-water, per
gallon, $2.50. Of course some of
the processes require tlie use of
machinery, but from the high prices
prevailing of some for tho products
'this cost would soon bo repaid.
When low prices for-thc fruit obtain,
orange growors might, by employing
Home or nil of the processes men
tioned, render their crop much more
Valuable. Fresno Expositor,
OFFICE TO IjET
mv a rVfiR Lovejoy & Co.V store,
IH&S VL. A
Apply en premises No.
ID Nuiiuuu blru'l, UiQ lw
THE HOHOMU MURDER.
A Chinaman named Man Lee, with
various aliases, was arrested at IIo
notnu last Sunday night by Sheriff
Hitchcock, and stands charged with
the murder of Quon Yep at Hono
mu in July, 1888. It will be re
membered that Woo Sau was hang
ed August 5th for the same murder.
THE LATE CHUN LUNG. '
Emtou Bumxtin: In justice t
a former tutor of the undersigned,
with your permission I beg leave to
state that it was the Reverend Ed
mund Ibbotson who first taught tlie
late Chun Lung a knowledge of the
English language at St. Alban's
College. "Without being able to
state the years, I well remember the
order of incumbency of the princi
pals of the college. St. Alban's
College was first started by the Rev.
Geo. Mason, as principal. Mr. Ma
son removing to Lahaina, Maui, was
in turn succeeded by the Rev. Ed
mund Ibbotson. On Mr. Ibhotson's
return to England, Rev. Mr. Post
took charge, who was succeeded by
the Rev. Mr. Turner. I believe that
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, the present
Inspector-General of Schools, suc
ceeded Mr. Turner. I will add to
what has already been culogisrd about
the deceased, that Chun Lung, bet
ter known among his former class
mates as Alung Afong, was an apt
scholar easily ranking himself as a
member of tlie senior class and hav
ing as classmates the Hon. M. P.
Rebinson, Mr. D. Manaku, the As
sistant Postniaster-Gencral, Mr. C.
L. Hopkins, the Deputy Marshal,
Mr. P. D. Kellet, clerk in the em
ploy of Tiieo. II. Davies & Co., and
several others. II. S.
Aliiolani Hale, Aug. 15, 1889.
A REQUESTED EXPLANATION.
Editoic Bulletin: I read with
some amusement tiie peremptory
challenge of Mr. Noble in j-our issue
of the -1th inst., "to explain my
self." I wish to state for the benefit of
Mr. Noble and your readers, that I
had no idea of "dea'ing in ambigu
ity" when writing my very innocent
article on Maui matters, and was
very far from insinuating any com
plicity on the part ol Mr. iNonio in
tlie opium racket, which any fair
minded person of average intellect
will readily perceive by perusing
my article; on the contrary, I dis
tinctly vindicate Ills innocence, it
seems to me, by saying "that strong
doubts are expressed whether he
knew anything, etc.," which Mr.
Noble doubtless would have seen, if
he had not been in ;i state of excus
able irritability at having his nume
mixed up with the affair. But Mr.
Noble must remember that I was
not the first one to mention his
name in connection with tlie opium
seizure, as an ai tide appeared in
tlie issuo of July 20lh, giving nn ac
count of the seizure, aud reflecting
pretty strong!' on his character,
which also culled forth his "dis
claimer1' of July ill st. He cannot
Jc ignorant of the fact that there
has been n good deal of talk about
the whole matter, and, :is Is usual
iu such cases, that he hus been sus
pected I)' some people, of Inning
had a hand In the affair, and it was
only a friendly wish on my part to
vindicate his character which made
me writu the offensive Hues. Per
mit me to say that I consider I had
n perfect right to speak about a
matter which had been brought be
foro tho public through the medium
of the papers repeatedly, especially
in tie casual way I did, aud that
Mr. Noble himself, ns all newspaper
correspondents, often has committed
the same offence.
Hoping that h "explanation"
may be satisfactory to Mr, Noble, I
bid him n cordial Av Rcvoiit,
Marshal Soptr received n letter
by the MikMmln from the Sheriff of
Hawaii, stating that a Chinaman
named All Fook was murdered at
Hukalnii, Hawaii, on the 12lh Inst.
An inquest was held thu following
day, the jury returning a verdict
thai thu deceased came lo hisdualli
at the hands of a party or parties
as ve.t unknown. Suspicion rested
on three Chinese and they have
been arrested and stand charged
Ah Fook was alive aud well be
tween right and nine o'clock p. in.
on the 12th, but at clcveu o'clock he
was found dead. To all appearances
he was either poisoned or suiotliured
to death. There were no marks on tho
body. Miss Wctmorc made the
post mortem examination.
The heart and stomach have been
sent down to be analysed to see if
there arq any traces of poison.
"" KONA ITEMS?" .
Mr. Bush of lolaui College is holi
daying with Rev. Mr. Davis at
Among other visitors taking the
air on the slopes of Kona,this week,
is the Rev. Bishop Willis.
Rumors of sugar plantations to
be started have, recently been circu
lating in the regions round about
Kealakekua Bay. The luntana looks
very defiant at the prospect of being
caned out of the place.
A native boy at Honaunau, Ha
waii, came near spoiling his face on
Sunday last. AVhilc in tlie act of
running he fell forward and struck
on a rock, knocking out the front
teeth and fracturing the jaw. A
messenger was despatched lo Iui
awaloa for Dr. Mack. Tlie young
Detroit M. D. astonished the natives
with the promptness with which he
appeared at tho scene of disaster.
The boy was doing well at last accounts.
rpRY McCmUiv'b Uidtr.
Life Assurance Society,
OTT'S Older ni .MrCnnliy'j
rrom San Krnu.
.). K. lmowx A CO.,
'JB Merchant street.
I EXPECTED lo arrive
J cUco ir0 Backs
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
T the annual nieotlng of the Olo.
wnlu Otnpniiy held AuguM 12th.
tlm following gentlemen were duly
elected to eerie a3 otUceu for the ensu.
President Wm. G. Irwin,
Virc President.. .Win. II. Cornwell,
Secretary & Auditor.. .C. O. Merger,
Treasurer Wm. M. ni tlntd.
O. O. KKltGKK,
S25 Cl Secretary Olowalu Cn.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN At Vessel will be dejnitched for
Honolulu to leave New York in
all November For fuuherinfonnuiior.
apply In the Agents,
Messus. W. H. GROSSMAN & URO ,
77 & 7fl broad St., New York City.
Or CASTLE & COOKE.
327 Im Honolulu, II. I.
REPLY OF THE EQUITABLE LIFE
TO MM Hi
Advertisement of the Mutual Life in Daily Bulletin Aug. 12, 1889,
It was not the intention of this Agency to intrude upon the public again, hut the' remarkable production of
Mutual Life's traveling Agent necessitates n tlnal reply. Tho invitation to enter into a dncusiMi upou the
merits or demerits of these respective Companies, u discussion so extensive In its range as to Incbnle even n ;
criticism of the character and ability of the managers, this Ajjoncy respectfully and tirmly declines. Personalities '
and recriminations are not arguments and will not he indulged in from this OUlec. With such signal advantages
in favor of his Company, one wonders why thii gentleman should pause lo seek a quarrel here. Why not fl.v to
the business centers of elthccChicago or Xew York and make his sweeping challenge there. In the Sute of ew
York, the home of both of these Companies, the record was as follows:
New York Insurance Report 1889.
Perhapi if the Mutual's claim? to public patronage could be as clearly shown there in the same chaste and
elegant style which has been adopted here, the vcrdicl'of New York might go with that Company next year.
Without dwelling upon the Mutual's record in the past which has been in the main a good one, its present
standing, and its prospects for thc'Tiunirc are the points that a prudent business man would inquire into.
Comparisons of the present standing of these companies have already been made by me, not with figures of
my own, but from statistics furnished by Insurance Reports, Companies' Statements and other data sent to m
from the Home Olllccs of the Equitable.
Those figures 1 contend are entitled to as much credence as any figures furnished in like nunner by the.
Mutunl Lif'j to its representatives here. To uliow clearly, the natural trend of these Couipsnie toward the
future I beg to submit the following comparisons covering a period of the past five years.
New Husiness in 1888, Equitable. . . ,
New Business in 1S88, Mutual
i). ii. li:wis.
c. m. wiiiti:,
Now -:- Business -:- Agency
Dividends to Polity Holders in 1831..
ncll Tom. 4HC-
O. Uox 70.
In the Supreme Court of the Iln
waiiun Islands. Horace Sherman
vs. Frederick Harrison, administra
tor of the estate of Samuel Harri
son, deceased. April term 1880,
jury waived. Assumpsit. Decision
of Mr. Justice Dole.
This is an action for $2,"iGl of
which SI, GOO the rest being interest,
the plaintiff alleges was received l3'
the said Samuel Harrison from the
plaintiff's wife and agent, between
May 11, 1881, nnd six mouths there
after, upon his agreement to pay the
same ba,ck to her with interest, when
so requested by her.
The defendant answered with a
general denial and pleaded the
statute of limitations.
The decision of Mr. Justice Dole
concludes as follows: "It seems to
me that the plaintiff has not shown
a new promise by the deceased that
can take the case out of the statute
of limitations, I must therefore find
against this claim. Let judgment
be antered for the defendant.
HAVE OPKNED AN OFFICE
Ho. 15 Kaalmmaim Street,
For the Transaction of General
Adjusting aud Exporting I5ook9.
Keeping Accounts and Making Out
Uousc3 Let and limits Collected.
Itcnl Estate Bought and Bold.
Abstracts of Title Furnished.
Drawing of Deeds, Leases, Contract',
Copying and Engrossing of all dcs.
Custom rioiiBc Entries made and
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
The varied business experience of tho
members of the firm is u biifllcient gim.
rnnty of capibilitv on their part for tho
discharge of nil matters cnti listed lo
them. By faithful nnd prompt nttcn.
linn to the sume and by reasonable
charges for all ecrvicca, they hope to
merit general rmtrnnace.
327 tf 1.EWIS & WIIITK.
1888 2, 131,810
THE POLICE FORCE.
Commencing at six o'clock
evening the police force in tlie
will be divided into three watches
in charge of Captains Wm. Larson,
P. W. Ftlilbchr and Ii. Hopkins.
Tlie watches will be from 0 p. m. to
midnight, from midnight to 0 a. in.,
and four hour watches during tlie
day. As soon as he can obtain
horses the .Marshal intends to have
a mounted patrol.
51. Thompson, author of the Digest
of the Inns of the District of Cohinibin,
and author of Treatises on Divorce and
Equity, also author of a Digest of Ha
waiian Supreme Court Decisions (iu
preparation), and Counselor ofilee,
corner Fort and Merchant streets, Ho
nolulu, II. 1. having discontinued prac
tice in Court will give his views and
opinions in wilting, together with writ
ten statements of law and judicial deck-ions,
applicable to question of law
and facts sub id ted to him: and will
piepare legal documents. Std ltw
Or a decrease in
dividends in the
year 1888 "as
1881 of S98"J,-:i-2-l
Assets in 18S5 .: .-.0:)i,78il 00
" "1880 ' ."" .1,272,9115 00
" "1887 ! 4,024,889 0(1
" "1888 7,275,:i02 00
Total increase of Assets in 4 years.
Surplus sain or loss iu 1884
" " " 1885
" " " 1880
" " " 1887
" " " 1888
The minus sign ( ) indicates decrease.
Or an increase
in dividends iu
the year 1S88
with 1884 of
.S,39 1,401 (Ml
-Sptctutor Company's J'oc&ct Index for I8S0.
THE ncit term of the Kamchr.meha
1'repatatory School will open
MONDAY, September 2nd. Applica
tions for admission should ho made at
once to the Principal.
I52H til MISS C. A. REAMER.
A QUARTERLY meeting of Hie Board
ofTruMics of tho Q-iren' Una.
pital will ho held on SATURDAY, the
7ih September, 18 9. at mi o'clock a. m.,
nt the Rooms ol llio Chamber of Com.
rnerco. HiihinvM of importance Amend
ment of the Ry.f.iiuB. 1'i'v oi-'lnr,
F. A. SCHAEFER,
820 lm Mcretnry.
IfOlt SALE or L.EASE
, A T-TOUSE ami Premises nt
; LJL Iwiltd, Honolulu Iloueo
sjsiSH contaliM three Initio und two
jiu.'UI loiiuift ami hull and n Inrcc attic.
Cottage with three roomh on the pre.
inlsLn; cook nnd bathhouse. Stable
with tliren stalls and carriage house;
allude and fruit trees on thnprninii.es.
Apply to J. M. MONSAEIIAT,
Ciirtwrlalit'i' U!ok, Mciclnint St.
The next term of Kamcamehi, School
MONDAY, Sept. '2d.
Three gentlemen, having special (jua.
liflcaiionsas teacher of manual training,
have been engaged for the coming year.
Two of these arc highly leeommeuded
by Dr. Woodward of the Celebrated
Manual Training School of Washington
University, being graduated of that in.
stitution. Tho other ns PrinclpAl of
Uobokcn Academy has had valuable
experli-nco r.s an instiuclor in several
branched of manual training.
Applications for admisBiuii should he
cent immediately to the Principal, as
rooms will bu assigned in order of
Eor farther Information nnnly to
Wm. IJ. OI.ESON, -314
Whenever a Company allows its surpiuu to become so depleted that a dead Io3S for the year is shown in
stead of a gain it points to reckless financial mailagcmcut aud ultimate ruin.
It should be remembered that Ilia Mutual is doing almost entirely u Tontine business now uuder the mime
of "Distribution" Policies, and although it adopted this method of Insurance ns far back ns 1884 not one dollar
of surplus has as yet been apportioned thereon.
With its scant general surplus the prospects of good future dividends is certainly nol encouraging.
Comparisons of Increase in Premium Income, Increase in Total Income, New Business, etc.. etc.,- might be
made in like manner as (lie above, and with like results, but the above seem suflicient to forecast the future.
That the Equitable in its 30th year should have met and passed a Company which had hitherto been all
conquering, :i Company wlitch had hud its own way for 10 years before the Equitable wa born, is quite suffi
cient to account for the jealousy displayed b3' the Mutual's representative.
I simply refer to the Equitable Record as an authority and claim that it is entitled to as much considera
tion as the Weekly .Statement, a paper issued iu the interests of the Mutual Life aud which has been in circula
tion here for many years.
With these remarks I close the controversj' as lar as I am concerned, and positively and flatly refuse to in
dulge hereafter in a discussion which on tlie one side seems to have developed into bitter personalities instead of
open manly argument.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
320 lm Gen oral Agent Equitable Life Asaurtmce Soctuty for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tlnnnbjnn ThinTinTintnim flnhnnl
HONOLULU, 11. I.
FOR SALE CJI1EA1
Riille, Whin, etc.,
complete. Ilniso a
good rider, nad broken
A bargain, if told ut once.
P. E. NICHOLS,
At tho Hawaiian Hews Co,
"Notice to Shippers.
jiKA X T1'0 completion of lay.
$$$ U lug of the Ilnwuiian
4Vifem I'-icMo (able on or about
ifeMS Auemt Dili, the Al Cliuner
Schooner "O II. Topper," Captain U. J.
Kulley, 100 tons, will be open for charter
for auy American or Jirlllth Columbian
pint, or will return direct to Victoria,
1) O. For fn iglit nnd pasae apply to
E O. Hall ,tSm, Honolulu, II I.
BARTHOLOMEW it IJAKER.
These Schools open for the Hew Year
September 1; 1NS!.
Tho faculty of O.ihu Collego will be
tho Fame as hf-t year. Tho Friend
htiyni "Wo think that there has never
been an abler faculty nt Oahu College,
or ouu better udiipted to lui),ut a high
classical aud scientific cduc.ilinii."
The Hoarding Department can nc
coumiodatu hut few mote than we.iu In
attendance last year, and all who desire
to enter Hliould make an early applica
tion. Tho Preparatory School continues
under the Prluclpalidiip of MIss.Mnluiiu;
Miss Clinic. A. Oilman taken Miss
Cliuinberlaln'fi position, tho hitter hav
ing leslgiied to remove to the United
Thu Trustees are happy to announce
that, through the generous lutetvit of a
friend, they aie electing a lino new
building ami icmodcling tlie prcflctit
one, so thut this school will occupy new
nnd eoiiiuindioii) 'ipiartcis iu .Septem
ber. When thus eipilpped wo believo
tlie Preparatory School will offer oppor
tunities second to iiouo lit tho Kingdom.
iy-Addresa all letters of inquiry or
REV. W. C, MEnillTT,
1117 1 in President.
r ' UmBw - "i
A.NKW Wilcox ii Whit Parlor
Or,-.an with cl'ht stop. Suitable
for school or church A fine imtru.
merit. Apply at .17 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. J. Mission infinite. 273 tf
, O a
U rt o
V il O
NOTICE is heicbr siTen to nil those
who took a hand In nmtiiigdowu
the dfi.-urdly att.-mpt -f the 30ih ulto .
und assisted iu the maintenance of law
and order, nlwe nnmes are upon the
Maishal'i Hot, that the sum of Ton (10)
Dollait will be piid to all such as will
call on' the undersigned on or before thn
SO h iiut., on bthalf of lite Merchant of
Honolulu, ns a slight recognition of the
JOHX 11. PATY,
Honolulu, Aug. 10, IttbU. 32d 7t
I71UKXK1IKD Roonnto let.
. Koniliwest comer of
Punchbowl and llert-tania
streetH, would be wry couTcnient for a
small family. 255 Cm
There are no Seams in the Fire to Leak
O COITAGES and Premises
O on Kmina street, ut a reu.
toniibln figure. Apply tn
J. M. JIOXSAKKAT,
Cartwrighl's Hloek. Merchant St.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
&. T?XOELLENT HUbles con!
ASM -Hi tulning 13 Stalls Cot.ag.
iKklMI nnd 7 iicre.i Pamure Land, ou
booth street, near King, formerly oecu.
pled by Mr. White, proprietor of the
Pabima Bus. To let on very moderate
, terms. Apply to
J. E. DROWN A CO.,
55 tf 28 Mcrchaut street.
gWTIioro nio NO LOOSE RIVETS cnu.-'cd by the continual oxpannimi
and conuiiotioiiH of tho plate, tho botloin prctcnting u SMOOTH, KVEX
suifacc wliicli can bo easily cleaned.
THE POLLOWlXti SIZES KEPT COXSTA.VTLY IX STOCK:
inched diameter by 1(1 feet length
inches diameter by 10 feet length
51 inches diami'lci by 10 fcot length
12 itichcrj diameter by 11 feet length
Bisdon Iron & Locomotive Works.
SAN FRANCISCO, U
ft" For particulars, apply to
3a7 2m JOHN DYER, uomA'&lXWt:ilwU'
XJ Mr. Relmeniclinsldsr,
T ATE Resldeuce of
-Li Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Lots,
LATE Resldetico of
Mr. M. Cresn,
210 Fort street.
STORK, Ktc , now occupied by
Mr. Wolle, Grocrr,
1ST Apply to
A. J. OARTWRIGIIT,
809 tf Merchant strU
ii Mi I iIiIMH'i illlill