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Honouiut, II. 1., Doe. 2, lSill.
Holders ot water privileges, or llioso
pnjing water rates, are beruby null'
tied llml llic hour for using water for
irrigation purposes are from 0 to S
o'clock A. M,, mid -i to 0 o'clock v. M.
until furtlior notico.
JOHN 0 WHITE,
Knpt. Honolulu atcr Works.
C. N. SI-RMPKH,
Minister of the Interior.
v 1 1
Pledged to wither Sect not Party,
Hut established for the bmrtit of nil-
WKDNKSDAY, FKB. 21, 1892.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following arc booked to leave
by the S. S. Australia : L V Davis
aiul wife, W K Dull, Edward Lindon,
Dr Budington, Messrs Johnson,
Drown, Youngs and Sparrow, Mrs
Clark and child, Mr .Lyon and wife,
K M Overend and wife, Mrs Daxtcr,
Mrs A V Dice, 11 K Drown, Dr Tem
pleton and child, J W Mason, R R
AVhrting, V O Atwater, A S Pritch
ard, W L Speidel, V C Vipond, R
T Wing, Mrs Williams, T K Little
ficld, Mrs D S Liltlelield, F W Mar
shall, John Ilauley, E C Grahn, Geo
J Mohler, Hon J G Fair, C F Fisch
er, Mrs Hurling, Mrs CDurkett, Mrs
Patterson and son, Mrs Urodvinck
and 2 childicn, E 1' Stone and wife,
K Howard, Waller Ellis, E J Foster,
1) W Irwin, Mi E M Talier, .1 P
Moffett and wife, Mr.sS E Fowler
and daughter, E L Lovdell, E Foole
jr. V, D Fitch, M A Rothchild and
ELECTRIC SIGNALING AT SEA.
Mr. Kelway has introdueud an ex
ceedingly simple system of signaling
at night. A board is provided with
incandescent lamps ananged so that
different sets form different letters.
If the letter N is wanted, for in
stance, a key is pressed which lights
all the lamps which go to form this
letter, and so on. The machine can
be worked like a typewriter. Signal
ing by this means corresponds with
the use of the blackboard in the day
time, but is, of course, much more
rapid, and at the same time more
easily followed. It is. of course, in
comparably more rapid than any sys
tem of Hash signaling, and is easy to
read. As nearly all large ships are
now provided with the electric light,
it is likely that this system will toon
come into general use. Industries.
REV. H. H. COWEN MARRIED.
The many friends of the Rev. II.
II. Gowcn in Honolulu will be pleased
to know that he was united in mar
riage, January 7th, at Great Yar
mouth, England, to Miss Annie K.
Green of that place. Immediately
after the ceremonj the happy couple
left on their honeymoon, first going
to London, thence to Paris, Florence,
" eiuce, Milan, Lucerne, Drussols
And Rome, being at the latter place
when last heard from. Mr. and Mrs.
(Jo wen are to leave England March
2."ith for New Westminster, British
Columbia, their future home, where
Mr. Gowen will woik under the Right
Reverend Bishop Siliitoe. They ex
pect to arrive there about April 9th.
The P. M. S. S. China, Sealmry,
commander, arrived from San Fran
cisco Tuesday, February 2.'5d, in the
remarkable time of 5 days and 2.'1
hours, having left on the J 7th iusl.
She did not bring the Rio Janeiio's
passengers for this poit, owing, as
reported in this paper yesterday, to
three new eases of small-pox having
bioken out and the quarantine being
prolonged. The China showed a clean
bill of health. Her pasieirgers for
Honolulu are Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Phillips, Mrs, Ilarten, Mrs. J. Rus
sell, Mr. J. S. Daker. She will leave
again for Yokohama and Hongkong
at k o'clock this evening prompt.
WUMAN VS.' WOMAN.
A Chinese woman, Ho See, assault
ed Mary Kinaiki, a native female, on
Monday evening. Ho See was taken
to the Police Station, when complain
ant and her victim were locked up,
the Chinese woman asserting that the
other woman had assaulted her also.
Eye-witnesses state that the Mongol
inn had pounded the native unmerci
fully, having caught her unawares.
The fracas" took place in a building
two doors above the Commercial Par
lore. A few enquiries elided the in
formation that there was a man in it,
the Chinese woman being a little
jealous of her man.
livery family bhould be provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnua Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and oil cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hen
son, Smith & Co., agents.
Foinj the place to buy new and
second liaml fiiiuituro of all kinds at
low piicet, the 1 X L,cornor Xuuauu
and King street. 5-2w
DOUGLAS AND BLOOM,
Their Brief Yisit to Tahiti
R. G, tilackay Tells of the Trial Be
fore Consul Hawes at Papeete.
(S. F. Chronicle. February 8.)
Tlio brlganiine Galilee, which ar
rived ft otn Tahiti Saturday night,
brings news of Messrs. Dlooiu and
Douglas, the owners of the yacht
Beagle, who deftauded their creditors
in Sydney of some 30,000 British
sovereigns lust year. It wilt be re
membered that Bloom and Douglas
created a sensation in Honolulu,
where they were accosted by a detec
tive from Sydney, who accused them
of theft. Before the detective had
time to obtain the proper papers in
older that he might arrest the fugi
tives tLey tied in their yacht for the
R. G. Mackay, one of the passen
gers on the Galilee, told a Chronicle
reporter yesterday that Hlootn ami
Douglas arrived at Papeete, Tahiti,
on the morning of December 13th,
and at once became known to the
English residents of the island.
"They bad plenty of money," said
Mr. Mackay, "and spent it lavishly,
giving elaborate breakfasts and din
ners, costing from $300 to SoOO
cverytime. Their particular friend
was A. G. S. llawcs, the British
Consul at Tahiti, who, believing
thnin to be what they leprcsented
they were, entertained them royally.
The natives also looked up to them,
and believed the Beagle to be as
great as any yacht in the royal
"They continual their festivities
for several weeks, until the arrival of
the steamer Richmond from Sydney.
Among the passengers were Maxime
and J. L. de Lambert, agents for an
insurance company, who said they
were looking for the Beagle's owners.
The said that Bloom and Douglas,
whose real names are Davis and Bell,
were wanted in Sydney for the rob
bery of the Melbourne National
Bank, and according! they appeared
before British Consul llawcs for
their arrest. Mr. llawcs was more
than surprised at tire charges made,
and could not be made to believe that
his friends were bank robbers. How
ever, he ordered them before him for
trial. The testimony of the De Lam
bcrW proved to be very damaging,
and Mr. llawcs was almost convinced
of Bloom and Douglas' guilt, when
Dlooiu produced a paper proving him
to be the owner of the Beagle, and
on this evidence Consul Hawes allow
ed him and his partner their liberty.
Mr. Hawes claimed that ownership
papers were very hard to get, arrd
that a man could not possess a vessel
irr any name but his own.
"Just after they were exonerated
Bloom and Douglas went aboard their
yacht arrd had her towed alongside
the Galilee. They had placed aboard
the latter vessel a large safe, a piano
and several cases of personal effects,
all of which were consigned to Joseph
Byrne of Sarr Francisco. Byrne was
oire of tire party when the Beagle
touched at Honolulu. He came to
San Francisco on one of the steam
ers and it is behoved is hero now.
. "The next morning the residents
of Papeete were surprised to sec that,
the Beagle and her owners had van
ished. Jl is believed that she set
sail for some South American port.
Messrs. Bloom and Douglas forgot to
say 'good-by' to their friends or to
tell them where they were bound
pOU'I.AS AM) lll.OOM's SAl'l.
So far no one has called to claim
the safe, piano and fourteen pieces
ot furniture sent up on the Galilee
from Tahiti by J. Bloom of llieyacjil
Beagle and consignul to his brother-in-law,
Joseph It. Byrne. The safe
will probably be taken to the United
States Appraiser's ofllco to-day and
A collision occurred yesterday
evening between a hack and safely,
both owned and manipulated by lads
of the Flowery Kingdom. The acci
dent occurred near the Chinese
Theatre. It appears that tjm cyclist
was on bis way homo to Pubima,
after a hard day's work, when near
the Chinese Theatre the cycle dis
turbed the trackman's horse, which
reared and made wild leaps. In air
effort to bojt Hie homo came in colli
sion with the surely, smashing a part
and otherwise damaging it. Luckily
the cyclist was not hurt beyond a
At last! At last! We live! One
of the new Road Supervisor's llrst
good works was to commence work
repairing and filling that piece of
road at Queen and Alnkca streets.
W. H. Cuuirmngs has mado a grand
btart and if he will only keep it up,
he will deserve lire t'-nnks of the long
suffering community. Tim Uyu.ini.v
has often advised the tilling up of
this quagmire, which has been, since
time immemorial, u stench uud a
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
pioniineut druggil of Ogden, Utah,
"never bo alraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cougli Remedy. There ism
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. J particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
ii to he safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
Following is tiro program of the
concert to be given Thursday even
ing at Kaumakapili Church in honor
of the visitim; tourists:
Mnrcli from Eli Costa
Horccuso in A Dolbiuck
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Violin Solo -Serenado Haydn
Dr. A. Marctisc.
Scene and Air "Alrl Woo is Mu,"
. . Eiehbcrg
Mrs. A. V. Rico.
Overture "Maritana," Wallace
Mr. Wray Taylor.
Song ''The Alpen Rose," . . . .Sieber
Mr. Maurice A. Kothcliild.
Violin Solos- ft o;i.e
Dr. A. Mareuse,
Chorus "Come Let Us Sing,". .
Introduction and Piece Wely
Air "Aloha Oe," Her Majesty
Mr. Wray Taylor.
I'm. meet vou at the Brunswick.
Extha Mince Pies at the "Elite."
C. J. McOautiiy has lots on Liliba
street for sale. 3-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
I Gulden Lane. 7-lf
Tiik Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. G-tf
Tiros. Tnnnutt oders island sbellB
and curios for sale.
Two centrally located furnished
rooms are offered to let.
Mus. A. M. Mellis has a suite of
furnished rooms for tenants.
1 1 onnoN, Newman it Co. have some
thing for tire children in to-day's issue.
Aftkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Huniiuhn relieved at oneo by Cu
cumber Tonic. Henson, Smith & Co.,
The annual meeting of the People's
lee it Refrigerator Co. will be held on
At the meeting of Mystic bodge,
No 2, K. of P. this evening, the am
plified third rank will be conferred.
Ik you want to save time and
money buy your furrrituie, etc., at the
1 X L, corner Nuuanu and King
Dki.icious codec aird chocolate will
he served every morning early at tire
I'alace Ice Cream Parlors, Lt'dwigson,
it Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Ditoi a nickel in the slot and get
your weight black and white on a
neat card, all done by electricity at
tho"Klili" Ice Cream Parlors. 2-3t
Ofi'ickks of tho Hawaiian Railroad
Co. for the ensuing year are: Chas,
L. Wight, president; Win, C. Wilder,
treasurer; Sam'l G. Wilder, secretary.
Gkt your boots arrd shoes made
,iii(l repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toonnies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Bkiikoom sets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, elieflbniers, etc., sold cheap
for cash at tho I X L, conrer Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
Attention is called to the state
ment of the New York Life Insurance
Co. in this issuo Some ovil-disposod
person in San Francibco has tried to
poison the minds of people here
agairrst this standard company, by
hcndiug them koimikd prints purport
ing to be cuttings from New York
papers. Such actions must have a
despicable ea-e belli id them.
FROM HOTEL OELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellonc, Omaha, one of the
lincst new ami modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "We have used it in our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
he depended upon; besides it is
pleasant to take and seems to be free
from chloroform and the oijy sub
stances put into many cog"i mix
lures.' 50 cent and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
it Co., agents.
A 7' the regular convention of Mystic
LrxikuNo. 2, K. of P., to bo held
'I'llIS OvV'lwsday) NyKNING.nttlu.-lr
i-iictlu Hall, tho Aiirillei1 Tl'lril Rank
will be conferred. All Knights (fimTirjpd
are cordially invited to lie present,
Per order of tiro U. ('.
A. V. GUAR,
;ir.3 1t K. of It. &S.
NoljcMi of Annual Meeting.
' p II Ji annua) meeting of the People'
I J co it Jtefrlgciating Co. wjj bi
held on 'JVKSPAY, March lht,iit2;i
o'clock i', m., at tlio oleo of jQimtlrai
(i P. cahtlk,
Island Shells and Curios !
l IIOLHHAIK and retail, cheap for
Vl cash, at 101 Fori sticet, but wcerr
Killers' dry goods ttoro and Frank
I'erl.'s shut! store.
1163 tf T. TANNATT.
rpWO Nicely Fnrirlnlred
jcoom centrally located.
, luiuuiro uui.i.i'tin uuice
t , ...
SUITK of Fiirnblied
J'ooiiis to let. Kiit'iiire
Mits. A. M.MKLLf.S,
lOU.j Poit st., upstairs.
O. II. Smith is staying txj;-c Lk'
He came down yesterday i lm "ix
lco, wlrcre he has been conu tilling a
scries of raiirproducing expert wents.
Mr. Smith is a member of the ""
terslatc Artificial Rain Company n
corporation organized in Kansas Ii wl
December. Branches have bee "J
in operation in Kansas, at Temple,
Tex., and at Pixlco. Mr. Smith
claims that the efforts to produce
moisture have been eminently suc
cessful. The system differs materially from
the Dyrenforth plan of discharging
explosives. Five chemical con. pounds
are administered ns medicine to the
atmosphere by means of a machine,
the modus operandi of which is
secret, as is the entire process. The
machine requires to be kept going
day and night, and the inventor
claims that the only condition caus
ing failure is a thermometer below
The company has engagements in
advance covering the balance of the
winter. Huron, in the San Joaquin
Valley, and Los AngeleB are among
the points to be visited in this Slate.
Experiments will also be conducted
in South Dakota, Eastern Oregon
and Colorado. S. F. Call, Feb. 2.
G. Gloger, Druggist, Watertown,
Wis. Tbis is tbe opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes in direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies sell, and what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can
therefore judge: "I know of no
medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective work in my
Coughs, family as Boschee's
Sore- Throat, German Syrup. Last
winter a lady called
Hoarseness, at my store, who was
suffering from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." (D
The Event of the Season
SATURDAY EVENING, Feb, 27,
Complimentary IJenellt to Mas. ERNES
TINE GRAY, under the direction
of Pkok. 11. lii'i-Gini.
The Programme will include:
Songs, Dances, Music
Grand Ballet Dance!
AVith Lime Light Effects.
Roynl Hnwaiian Orchestra, Kawait.
hao Choir, and tha
Best Local Talent
55y Box Plan for Kesurved Scats at
L. J. Levey's now open. 'J."1 (it
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soup Works
Is still In existence at the old stand,
Lilco, and has been po t-lnco the year
18,","), I am prepared to put up Soap at
the following prices:
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
por 100 lbs. In Bulk.
fiO Cents oneli allowed for empty con
tainer's returned in good order."
EOT Weight for weight no rival con
cern can supply as good an article for
the same prices
jtaSfTho only Practical Soap Holler
Irr the Hawaiian Islands.
Large Beiiclion ii Price !
I am now piejiared to sell thone
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
On ICIiik Hti.fni(.t
Known as tlio ' WILCOX LOTS," at a in
duced figure, and orr liberal lerins.
I6y- Intending purchiibeiB will do well
to call early.
351 iw JAS. F. MORGAN.
MONEY TO BUILD IIOMISH.
XV you havo a lot, I will build you a
iouce, am furnblr tho money on
easy term, j. ) Ml'JYEU,
130 Port street.
Mutual Tub 002; P. O. Box 387,
Mohri'8. King1 Bros. ar
fjiowinp; a lino lino ol Bani
)oo aiid otinu' Htjlo Parlor
Kiisols, Wall Brackets and
Window CornicuH at jiriceH
to mcoj, Uie times.
mJt if wVijwim
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00. OF NEW I
,. A. .TCCUSIJKJUi:, I'WMhitMltl,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS,
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Instance Company.
t&" For full particulars apply to
P. -. I4 JPC,
1 ""I rSntmrnl Arrntif frif 1 twi tlnirnituii ltl..t.,1,.
SUPT. PIERCE'S REPORT
iw York Life
Gain in Assets during six
Extracts from the "Now York
iNSUllANCi: DlZl'AUTStl'NT OK Till. St.TH Ol' NEW YoiiK,
Ai.hany. N. Y., January l'Jlli, 181)2.
Pursuant to statute, and by request of the Company's Hoard of
Trustees, the undersiuned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
of the State of New York, has caused an examination of the conditions and
affairs of the New York Iiife Insurance Company to be made by thu Deputy
Superintendent of ihU department.
I HE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satkf ulory result appearing in this report is the conclusion
reached that this great arrd useful institution of our State, whose business
interests and relation- extend ami are lieing advanced in nearly every State
of our Union and in ..i many of tire civilized countries of the world, and
whose policy-holders therein may be named as legion, is beyond all question
holvent, and is the actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and property exceeding its present liability by the sum of SO.OIiS,
1UG 3IJ accrued upon its general account, and 8,070 5'.i).iH) upon
its Tontine accumulation.
Such a result was one most earnestly desired by this department.
Those interested may be assured that this conclusion is accurate and trust
worthy. This examination was made as of June 30th, 1891, and on that dale
we find that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
Appraised value of real estate owned bv tbe Company, as
per Exhibit 1 . if lU,22.li,0:J8 5!)
Loans on bond arrd mortgage (frr.st liens) oir leal estate,
at, per Kxhibil 2 20,825,183 (il
Loans secured by pledge of bonds, btocks, or other market
able collalcralb, as per Exhibit "1 n,.r)0i),n00 00
Premium notes, loans, or limit, on policies in force, the re
burve on each of sucl) policies being in excess of all
indebtedness thereon as per Exhibit -1 438,808 00
Market value of bonds, stocks, and securities owned abso
lutely, as per Exhibit f 75,010,911) 92
Ciibh in Company's olliee 14,092 0(5
Cash in bank, except fixed duposita in, foreign countries,
included in item 5 2,010,091 52
Interest duo arrd accrued orr borrds and mortgages 427,210 31
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies
in force f:,0S2,577
Gross deferred premiums on policies in force. . 1,901,018
Annuity premiums uncollected 157,091
12. Total .-rT.,80 1,310
13. Deduct 20 per eerrt loading on above gross
14. Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums 4,013,153 00
Net present value of all the outstanding policies in force
on the 30th day of June, 1891, computed according to
the combined experience table of mortality, with -1 per
cent, interest .M05,010.321 00
Deduct net value of risks of this Company reiiisured in
other solvent companies 402,120 00
3. Net reinsurance reserve
4. Clamib for matured endowments due arrd unpaid. .
5. Claims for death losses awaiting pioofs
0. Amounts dire and unpaid on ainruiiy claims
7. Liability orr account of lapsed policies ,
8. Premiums paid in advance ,
9. Total liabilities on policy-holders' account
10. Grills surplus oir policy-holders' account
11. Total liabilities
12. Estimated surplus, accrued on
the pr Jits upon which are especially received for that
class of policies
13. Estimated surplus, accrued tn, all oilier policies
Il is with great satisfaction-thai we arc able to report, as shown in the
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JAMKS F. I'lKKUK, Superinttndent.
MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintended.
Tha New York Insurance Commissioner's Hoport provos that tho NEW-YORK tIFE
INSURANCE CO. has a larqcr Surplus than it claimed by any other pjroly mutual life
Insurance company in Iho world
O. O li I C JR. CjJ IE H- ,
Gaierdl Agnt for Ine 11 wtiia Hands.
Plymouth Gin !i
Hawaiian Wine Co,
28 & 30 MERCHANT STIU5KT.
ALL parljes who have left watches or
clocks with A. A. Pr'iii, Wni
lulm, .Maul, for repairs, aie hei'chy ri'oti
rled lochdni their uronertv wlilihi sixty
days, as they will be debaned from
claiming thereafter, by having gone out
of business. ClainiH to bo cunt to .Mr.
Kiiktnt, at Mr. Dorlon's late place of
business, Wnihil.ii, or to the nndor
signeil. TIIO-S. NOTT,
315 Jmr Honolulu.
T II V.
SURPLUS, $14,708,678,83. "
months of nearly $0,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
. 79,353 00
. 14,708.075 83
$1 '.JO, 710,0110 04
Tontine or other policies.
Sausages ! Sausages !
L-HIOSII Ilologua, Liver I'liddlni',
T ltluo.1 I'mldluK, Head Uhtwe,
FiaiiKfiut NiiiMiae, Vleuiai .Snusajjo inijl
I'liin l'ork Snuci'fro always on li.mil and
delivered to aider by
OKO. IL BOHKAEDKH,
13-J Koit Ftieut. two doors above I lie
Got mania Market.
tsW Mutual Tel. 710. IMS Km
fN.STHUUTIOX in French, .Spauleli
ntul Latin given by Professor K
Loiiibuld, jiiiuusty (Jradiiate. uian-rsi
find pilvntu lessons. Gnumlinr or con
versation. Highest credentials from
I'liiiico null California. Terms niodc
rniu. l'nrliuhi'tf from to French
fJo-iMi, or ift Mrs. Cuwcs', near Y. M.
O, A. It (Blur '
VI It. It. O. II MtNFIKLO holds classes
It I in DrawluK and l'nlnllrur at his
cpiiilo, llotol Ntiect, back of Dis. Anilur
buii a Lundy. Jin if
VI It. -ALLEN 11UTOI1IN.SON holds
IT I his classes on Wednesday and
Saturday at his .Studio, No. I Aider's
avenue, l'linclibowl stieet, opposite the
Queen's Hospital. 310 If
uiivhu f,vuu iui nn; iiiitt 4UIUI1 JOIiillUO
Auction Sales by James 1 Morgan.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
Leases & Furniture!
by order of V, V. Met'liesney, As
signee of Hie 1'M-de of Hamilton "John
sou, 1 will sell ul I'ublle Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Feb. 27th,
at ia o mm:k -voo.v.
The Unexpired Lease of thu Premises at
WaiMkl known as tbe
The Lease has 3 years and 3 months to
run at an annual rental of $"". To
gether with Iho Lease will be sold the
Hous'hold Furniture and Fixtures
As per Inventory which can be seen at
my .Salesroom. There will abo be sold
nLc:--cot House and Lot adjoining and
n-ed hi connection with the Villa. The
Lease ha 1 year and 10 months to run at
a rental of $35 per month. There will
also bo sold 1 Horse, 1 Carriage and L
JKaT Further particulars, apply to F.
V. MeChesney, Assignee, or to
JAS. F. JUOHGMV,
Au-Mariiie Beach Lois!
On SArl UKDAY, March fith,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At nry Sa'csroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
ell at Public Auction,
SIX BE&CH LOTS
lluyoml IvtviIolivnI Inrlc
These Lots, varying from one-half
to jcvuu-tiMiths of tin acre, are ad
vantageously situated, beingjust beyond
the Park, and lying between the 'Dia
mond Head road and tho sea, Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
theo Lots ori the road. The beach is of
soft white sand, and tbe reef is famous
for delicious lish of various kinds, which
The title is fee simple, and terms are
cash, or one-half cash and tbe balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or- two
years. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. J3!r" A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
BiSy-Theso Lots are marked by
corner stakes, giving the numbers,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
!ti)l lit Auctioneer.
Tlifl Ring fas
Ii His Boot!
An interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in Nyack,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce the
wedding ring. In vain he
i'elt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept ti hole, through which
the ring had evidently fallen
into his boot. What was he
"Take your boot off," said
tho parson, !he mispeij4j
and silence were painful.
The organist, at the domi
nie's bidding, began a " vo
luntary." The young man removed
his boot, the ring was found,
also a hole in hjs stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than tho
ceremony in mind, "Young
man, it is time you were mar
ried." For appropriate Engage
ment or Wedding Rings, in
npw idei's and odd 'shapes'!
H. F. WICHMAN.
lit Atioruey at Law. Olllco In
Cartwrlglrt building, Meiehaut street,
For Mouldings, Frames,
Paste)!!, ArfotyppH, Pholo
HTsivuros ICtchintfH jill(
every Mi ill" in tho lino til
pie titles, iso to King liros.,
Jiolel Htreol. '