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'HOMESTEAD LOTS IN SOUTH KONA,
Kollco la hereby givoti
1. That 7 loin in Kukulopne, South
Konn, Hawaii, ha been sol apart for
the purpose ' conveying to such per
sons as may wish to acquit e lininu
Blonds upon which lu livo.
2. Maps of thet-e lots win bo exam
ined tit the Lund Ollh'i', Interior Do
;vi ttiiunt, Honolulu, or tit lliu oilice
ot J. lviiniinuku, at Pnhoehoo. S.
!!. .1. W. Kusihnuku will point out
the lots to any pcisnu deshing to see
thorn, for which service he will lie en
Ulled to a feu of $1 front the person
4. Persons who niny desire lots
shall apply in writing to the Minister
of "the interior upon ti blank form,
copies of which may bo obtained free
or said .1. W. Kititiinoku.
5. No application will bo eonsid
01 cd from persons who already own
0. Every applicant must bo of full
7. Tito applicant will be allowed
ton youis in which to pay for the land,
during which time it will be exempt
8. He must within one year build
ti dwelling house on the lot and begin
to occupy the same and continue to
occupy it for the remainder of the
term of ten years.
i). lie must within three yearn on
close the lot with a substantial fence
10. He must pay qmuteily in ad
vance interest upon the unpaid pur
chase nice at the rate of 5 per cent,
por annum. The purchaser may pay
the whole or any pa it of t ho purchase
pticu litany time, which will stop in
terest. 11. The preliminary agreement is
non-assignable, and the land cannot
bo sold until till conditions are ful
filled. 12. Failure to comply with any ol
the conditions will work a forfeiture
of the land.
C. X. SPENCER,
Mini-toi of the Interior.
Intetior Oilice, Feb. '21!, 1SU2.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. ., and 4 to (1 o'clock t m.
until further notice.
JOHN G vVHITIS,
Supl. Honolulu vV ater Works.
0. N. Sim:nckii,
Minister of the Interior.
jihiiTu 1ft u Of ft n
Pledged to nrtthrr Sect nor Party,
11 til established for the benefit ot all.
THURSDAY, FKB. 25, 18.-2.
FRAUD AND FORGERY.
In a brief item culling attention to
an advertisement of the New York
Life Insurance Company, in yester
day's issue, the writer stated that
forged extracts from New York pa
pers, denouncing tltut grcut corpora
tion, had been circulated in this com
munity. This statement was made
on the strength of a cursory exami
nation of the prints, which showed
easily that they were clumsy forger
ies. Confirmation of the charge has
since been affoidod in an examination
of a complete copy of the New York
Herald of the same dale as that
appearing in the headline of the
bogus extracts. This issue of the
I lei aid does contain an article on the
Now York Life, but it is one of
wholly different tenor from that of
the document, claiming to be cut out
of the Herald of the same dale, mail
ed from San Francisco to scores of
people in Honolulu. The real arti
cle oonlaiiiH headings and mutter
'trather favorable to the company and
President Beers. Probably the forg-
ed circulars ure the forerunners of a
visit from some insurance sharp, to
make a fat thing in commission! by
false pretences in behalf of another
insurance concern. Forewarned is
foi canned, however, and people will
have themselves, and not this journal
to lilumc if they he duped. It will
be u black eye, indeed, to any com
pany, however ruipcctahlo hitherto
in reputation, which will have to face
the responsibility of any of its
UjjUiiU' having circulated false,
irninluliuit and foiguil dociiiiumU to
injury it rivitl upmpmiy.
A llricf llistoty of the Ilnwnilnn
People. Hi " . I). Alexander.
1'iililiiliP'l 1)1 order of the Hoard
of Education of the Hawaiian j
Kingdom. New Yoik; Cincin
nati; Chicago: American Hook
Company. Professor the Hon. W. 1). Alrx
nitdur's new school history of this
Kingdom has been eagerly awaited
fiom tho press ever since it was an
nounced he had undertaken this ser
vice for the country. Hy the stenmei
Australia the author lias received a
few of the earliest completed copies,
the receipt of one of which is here
by thankfully acknowledged. It is
a work of over .110 pages. The letter-press
is beautifully executed in a
round-faced small pica type no
danger of its study hurting the eyes
of school children or anybody else.
Heads of cltipters are in capitals of
antique type, while the various sub
jects of each chapter are marked by
side heads, capitals and small letters,
in the same type. These details tend
to make the perusal of the book
convenient and comfortable.
In. the opening of his preface Mr.
Alexander says: "At the request of
the Hoard of Education, 1 have en
deavored to write a simple and con
cise history of the Hawaiian people,
which, it is hoped, may be useful to
the teachers and higher classes in
our schools. As there is, however,
no book in existence that covers the
whole ground, and as the earlier his
tories are entirely out of print, it has
been deemed best to prepare not
merely a school book, but a history
for the benefit of the general pub
lic." The book has been written, the
author says further, "from the stand
point of a patriotic Hawaiian, for the
young people of this country rather
than for foreign readers. This fact
will account for its local coloring,
and for the prominence given to cer
tain topics of local interest. Especial
pains have been taken to supply the
want of a eon cot account of the
ancient civil polity and religion of
the Hawaiian race." Again: "A
history that aims to be both unsecta
riun and non-partisan must neces
sarily be incomplete. As a general
tLing, the facts have been stated
with but little comment. The dark
side of the condition of the people
in ancient times and of their inter
course with foreigners had to be in
great part ignored." Prof. Alex
ander, however, announces the in
tention "to follow this volume by a
primary work for younger readers,
composed of a series of interesting
stories from Hawaiian history, ar
ranged in chronologioal order."
So much for the purpose. A" G
amination may now be made of the
plan of the history. Part I., coin
prising 14 chapters, treats of the
"Prehistoric Period" dealing with
ancient Polynesian migration, the
ethnological relations of the Ilawoi-
iuns, their civil polity, manners, re
ligion, etc., in tho olden time. Part
II., "To the Death of Kamchanielia
I.," occupies chapters 15 to 21 in
clusive, and treats of ancient history,
Cook's discovery, conquest of (Qahii,
cession of Kauai, etc. Part III.,
"Later History," covers events from
the installation of Liholilio to the ac
cession of Queen Liliuokalani, end
ing with chapter 30. A scries of ap
pendixes from A to I give population
statistics, royul genealogies, com
mercial statistics, chronological table,
list of Crown Ministers, etc. An
index closes the volume.
The book contains maps of Ocea
nia, of this group, and of the differ
ent islands separately. It is embel
lished with many well-executed illus
trations, comprising portraits of
sovereigns and of the present heir
apparent the present Queen oc
cupying the frontispiece in a
photogravure portrait, besides hav
ing her picture in similar style to
tho others in the fj-oJy of tho woi k
views of publics buildings, striking
scenes, etc. Tito copy in hand is of
an elegant style of binding, ;n em
bossed cloth with gilt lettering on the
front and buck.
Reference to the literary stylo is
unnecessary to those who have en
joyed Piofessor Alexander's produc
tions, While terseness was obligatory
upon him in this case, from the
gieut amount of material to be mani
pulated in limited space, there is
none of the staccato about his style
of treatment. The narrative Hows
along in cleur, connected, dignified
uifUBUie. Apart fiom its historical
interest to dwellers in these islands
especially, the worlf will hold its own
with any text-book, cxtui), for the
purposes of u school reader. H is u
hunk that will interest lovers of his
tory mid students of ethnology every
where, i elating attractively as it does
the story of an interesting people
uud itounlry. Not only the Hoard of
Kdiiuatiun hut the whole nation is
jiluccd under u debt of gratitude to I
Professor Alexander for this litest of
his signal services lo the educational
and historical literature of the king
dom. His long and intense1 researches
in every department of his subject,
in addition to his pinfouud know
ledge of Hawaiian and oxpertness as
a writer of clear English, had made
him without a contemporary rival to
produce such n work as this "Hriof
History of the Hawaiian People."
Tin Y. 31. C. A. I'nti'rmlniurntTiiPH
(I ii j I'vettlue.
Y. M. C. A. hall was crowded
Tuesday evening, ut the entertain
ment given by the Association with
the assistance of the Hawaiian
Camera Club. Judge Dole an
nounced the titles and gave an in
teresting running description of the
following views as thrown on the
"Aloha," Exterior of Native Grass
Hut, Interior of Same, Waterfall in
lvalihi Valley, Queen Kaptolani,
Bucks and Kids, U. S S. Charleston
in Honolulu harbor, Sailors Playing
Checkers by one of the large cannon
on the Charleston, Hospital Patient,
Scene on the Coast near Hilo, His
Late Majesty Kalakaua when open
ing the Legislature of 181)0, Hawai
ian Riding Costume, Scene from
Punchbowl road looking toward Wai
kiki and Diamond Head, A Waif
from Italy, Forest Scene on Volcano
Hoad, Now 1 Jay me down to sleep,
Study of the Ituce Question in the
Islands, Building of Central Union
Church, Scene from Western Ame
rica, Point of Rocks near Monterey,
Uity of Omaha, Natural bridge in
Virginia, Sunset bcene in Massacuu
sctts, Scene of Marblchcad, Scene in
France, colors; Watering place
Southern France, French Chateau,
Castle on the Rhine, Clock Tower at
Copenhagen, Tomb of Napoleon,
Church of St. Basle in Moscow,
Milan Cathedral, St. Peter's Cathe
dral, Interior of St. Peter's, Arch of
Conslantine, Island on the Tiber,
colored ; Old Rome, Venice, Grand
Canal, Bridge of Sighs, Naples, Bay
of Naples, Alexandrian Square,
Suburbs of Alexandria, Ruins in
Egypt, Sphynx, Tomb of Rachel,
Mt. Sinai, Town of Bethlehem, A
Nazarene, colored; River Jordan,
about the place John baptised while
in the Wilderness; Gate of Damas
cus on N. W. side of Jerusalem,
Jerusalem, Garden of Gethscmane,
The conceit was delightful. Of
local talent there were a piano duet
by Misses Hopper, a song by Miss
Young, choruses by tlip Karaeha
melia Glee Club, and a violin' solo by
Mrs. O. Wall. The vocal duet by
Mrs. Rice of New York and Mr.
Bennett of San Francisco caused
great enthusiasm. All who heard
Mr. Rice will want to hear her
again, as they may do this evening
at Mr. Taylor's organ recital in Kau
makapili Chinch and Saturday even
ing at Mrs. Gray's concert in the
A MIL ION MILE ENGINE.
A short time ago the line engine
"Charles Dickens," which was built
by the London & North-Western
Railway Cqinpany in 1882, for their
special express sorvice between Man
chester and London, completed her
millionth mile, having run the daily
connection, with occasional excep
tions through necessary repairs, dur
ing that period, leaving Manchester
ut 8:30 a. in. and Kuston (London),
at 4 p. in., covering the journey via
Macclesfield and Stoke, in four and
a quarter hours. The record has
been watched with peculiar interest
by the heads of the London & North
Western Locomotive Department, as
I he foat is wjtliojil parallel in the an
nals of railway travelling'. The en
gine has never sustained a break
down, but has maintained the Integ
rity of her mechanism and speed at
comparatively slight expense or al
teration, leaving the problem as to
how much may be got out of a well
constructed machine, us yet unsolved.
A recent overhauling is said to have
warranted the conclusion that the
"flyer" is as gqod and as fit for ser
vice as she wab three years ago.
LAST WATERLOO VETERAN.
A Sherbrooke, Quebec, despatch of
February 5, 1892, to the Montreal
Witness says: Lieut. Morris Shea,
t)o last remaining veteran of the
Untile of yaterloo, " died at his
home in tips cjty last night at 10
o'clock Lieut. HliPii, alllifjugli !8
years and G months of age, enjoyed
i he best of health up to within a short
time before his death, when he seemed
to p;jtch a cold, which developed into
congestion fif pne lung. He will in
all probability be buried with mili
tary honors. Lieut. Shea's vtdotv,
although 'n.dyaiiced in year's, is still
hale and hearty.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. L'D,
DOOR MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
I turf orated.
Oocojfiiut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, sen
vlceable. tour Cull mid exumino our stock.
How doos he fool ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, nnd clinnging the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flowor tho Romody.
How doos ho fool ? He feels at
times a gnnwing, voracious, insati
able nnpetitc.wholly unnccouutnble.
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flowor tho Romody.
How doos ho feel ? He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flower the
How doos ho foel ? He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How does he feel? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flowor the Romody.
March 17, 1892
1 YACHT RACE 1st Class.
Couusk, (to be published later.)
2 YACHT ItACE 2d Ci.abs.
Couiise, (to be published later )
Yachts will assemble off the foot of
Leliuti Avenue In Pearl City Peninsula
at 9 A. m.
A preparatory gun will be fired on the
Judge's boat at i):".iO A. m. The starting
gun will be tired at 10 A. m. shut p.
The start will he a llyht" one; the
tinio of each yacht being taken as she
crosses the line, but no yacht shall be
allowed more than ten minutes within
which to start a'ter the slgual to Mart
has been given.
Time allowance one minute to the ton.
Each yacht must c-irry athcrniaititop
tnast head, a di-t)uguislihig lla" of a
suitable size, which must not be uituled
down unless she gives up the race
Each yacht shall carry during the iwe
no more than the u-uial imehnis and
chains, which must not be used as ship
ping ballast or for altering the trim of
tho yacht No bags of Mint slt.ill lie on
boat d and till ballast shall Improperly
stowed under the platforms or in lockers
and shall not be shipped or trimmed in
any way whatever during the race.
No restriction as to quantity of sail.
Couksi:, (to be published later.)
4-FOUR-OAREU UOATS Sliding
Coukse, (to bo published lut-r.j
N. It. Tho Regatta Races will be
under the rules adopted by tho Hawaiian
Rowing & Yachting Association.
In nil races, two or moro boats must
start to make a race.
Tlip rowing races will take place at 1
o'clock v. .M."sliorp,
The signal gun will bo llml from to
Judgo's btand at 12::10 o'clock
.Signal for the competing boats to as
semble ut the btartiug lino tvill bo tho
tiring of a gun 10 minutes before tho
start of each race.
tST 1. 1st o entries .will bo open ut ttio
nlllee of tlu rhJl'i'itivrictfliKNT of the
Oaiii; lUiuvAV & J,anu Co., until 12
o'clock noun, Murul) JO, lh'i2.
Prizes for llio above Races are now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC l RDfyARE
CO 'S STORE, Firt Street.
TRAINS will leave Honolulu for Pearl
Harbor ut 7 :3, i), 10, 1 1, 12 A. M.,
and 1, 2,3,4 and 4:!i0 1. M.
RETURNING! will leave Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Popular Rates of Faro:
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. OF NEW YORK.
UIOUA!tl A. IIcCIJKUY I'lihhK-ut.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy 1
It has paid Its rtiimiltcrs miicc Its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
iter For full paiticulars apply to
Si. JB, at hi;.
1-01 General Agent for the lltiwtillitn Inlands.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
TOMORROW, Fob 201 li.
AT 1)4 O'CliOUK XOOX
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
gull at Public Auction,
100 Slicks WHOM) It VltliKY
lit lots lo suit.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Hy order of O. Trousseau, Adminis
trator, with tho will annexed ot Ills late
.Majesty Kalakaua, I will sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, March .
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
LAND AT AIEA, EWA, OAHU,
lloyal Patent 785; ''oval Patent 2870. 1
117-100 acres, and itoyil Patent 705,
acre, a chains and .'.I-1U0. Deed f i out
.I.S McGrewand wile, blber 71), Kollo
2'J1 0-0 acre Mibj -et to lea.e to J.
Humphreys; rent 10 iter annum; ex
pires Sept. 1, 18!)!):
-V This will be off jred at an uput
price ot' 62,500.
Deeds at purchaser's
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
Leases & Furniture 1
Ily order of I W. Mc'licsnuy, As
signee of the Estate of Hamilton John
son, I will sell at Public Auction, at tny
Sales! oom, Queen st'-eet,
On SATURDAY, Feb. 271,
AT IK U'CI.OUK XOOV,
The Unexpired Lease of the Premises at
Waiklki known as the
Tito Lease has !J years and 3 months to
run at an annual rental of S7"f. To
gether with the Lease will be sold the
Household Furniture and Fixtures
As per inventory which can be seen at
mv Salesroom. Thete will also be fold
a Lease ot House and Lot adjoining and
used in connection with the Villa. The
Lease lias 1 year and 10 months to run at
a rental of '8;!." per month. There will
also be sold 1 Horse, 1 Carriage and I
tST Km titer particulars, apply to K.
W. McChesney, Assignee, ur to
JAS. F. MOKGW,
:J51 fit Auctioneer.
Apa-Mim Bwli Lots!
On SATURDAY, .March fitli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Sa'esroom, Queen stteet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE 1CH LOTS
Uisyoiid K.tiluliiul lii rlt.
These Lots, varying from one-half
to seven-teitthH of an acie, are ad
vantageously bituated, being just beyond
the Park, and lying between lite Dia
mond Head toad and tho sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
these Lots on tin road. The bench is of
Mift white sand, and tho reef is fatuous
for ih'll(:los fjsh 0f various kinds, which
The title Is fee simple, and terms me
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
yearn. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. tar A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
Ufiir" These Lots are marked hy
coniej" stakes, giyhtg the numbers,
J VS. F.MOKGAN,
'.151 lit Auctioneer.
Island Shells and Curios !
f IJOLESALU and re;ill, cheap for
tt cash, ut lf)l K6'rt hlreet, between
Eliler dry goods store 'and Prank
Geityc's shoe storp.
TWO Nicely Furnished
1 Rooms ceutrullv located.
EiiUre ltin.i.i:'jiN Oilice,
A SUITE of Furnished
Rooms to let. Enquire
10!)... Koit St., iip-tulrs,
Mvi-Hi'H. KiiK UroH. siro
gliowiug ti Ilm) lino of Bam
boo and tiii Ktyle Parlor
15uh1h, Wail I JSi-ackots ami
Viinlov Cornit'UH ut iri(HH
to incut tlio iinwti.
SUIT. PIERCE'S REPOUT
o x t
j New York Lif
ASSETS, $120,000,000. SUBRjflSjJl41708,67y3.
Gain in Assets during six months of nearly $6,000,000.
Extracts from tho "Now York
Ixsukakc!' Deimutmknt of tub Statk ok Ni:w Yohic,
Ai.uanv, N. Y., January 19th, 1892.
Pursuant to statute, and by request of the Company's Hoard of
Trustees, the undersigned, Superintendent of the Insurance Department
of the Stale of New York, has caused an examination of the conditions and ?
affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company to be made by the Deputy 1"jrf
Superintendent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satisfactory result appearing in this report is the conclusion
reached that this great and useful institution of our State, whose business
interests and relations extend and arc being advanced in nearly every State
of our Union and in so many of the civilized countries of the world, and
whose policy-holders therein may be named as legion, is beyond all question
solvent, and is the actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and property exceeding its present liability bv the sum of SG.OtfS,-
I 130 'Jo accrued upon its general account, and 8,010 5H9.50 upon
I 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:
1. Appraised value of real estate owned bv the Company, as
per Exhibit I ". $ 13,225,038 5! '
2. Loans on bond and mortgage (first liens) on real estate,
as per Exhibit. 2 20,825,483 01
Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other market
able collaterals, itb per Exhibit 3 3,509,500 00
Premium notes, loans, or liens on policies in force, the re
serve on each of such policies being in excess of all
indebtedness thereon as per Exhibit 4 438,808 00
Market value of bonds, stocks, ami securities owned abso
lutely, as per Exhibit 5 75,01G,949 92
Citbh in Company's oilice 14,092 0,0
Caslt in bank, except lixed deposits in foreign countries,
included in item 5
Interest due and accrued on bonds
Uross premiums due and unreported on policies
in force $3,(182,577
Gross deferred premiums on policies in force. . lJGl.US
Annuity premiums uncollected 157,CDI
Deduct 20 per cent loading on above gross
amount .-. . . 1,100,803
Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums
Net present value of all tho outstanding policies in force
on the 30lh day of June, 1801, computed according' to
the combined experience table of mortality, with 4 per
cent. Interest ..'...' ,... .'..'.....'.....'.. . ..1.105,010.321 0
Deduct net value of risks of this Company reinsutCd ill
other holvent companies 402,120 00
Net reinsurance reserve
Claims, for m.itutcd endowments tine and unpaid.
Claims for death losses awaiting proofs.
Amounts due and unpaid on annuity claims
Liability on account of lapsed policies
Piemiunis paid in advance
Total liabilities on policy-holders' account $100,002,014 81
Guv.it biirplus on policy-holders' account 14,708,075 83
Total liabilities 120,710,090 04
Estimated surplus, accrued on Tontine or other policies,
the pr fits upon yhicli are especially rcseivct) for llml
class of policies .' : ;. . 8,070,539 (Q
Estimated surplus accrued on all other policies 0,038,130 3!l
It is with yreat satisfaction that we arc able lo report, as shown in the
above statement, that the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JAMES F. PIKRUE, Superintendent.
MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintendent.
Tin New York Insurance Commissioner's Report proves that the NEW YORK LjFC
INSURANCE CQ. hts a lartjjr Surplus fljan is cUmcd' jty any oticr nurtfly niuiijal liS)
Insurance company in the vyorld.
O. O BKRGEH,
GMierdl Agi'iit lor the HiW-ill-n I lands.
35-2 -I in
l-'OItl SA B 4BQ
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 ,y. 30 .MK'ffJIIANT STREET.
ALL purlieu who have left watches or
clocks with A. A. I'orlon, Wal
luUii, Maul, forieimlrs ilui heicby unti
tled to claim ihelr property within sixty
days, as they will be debaired from
claiming tlu'ieafter, he having gone out
of business. Claims to be sent to Mr,
Eekitit, nt Mr. Dmlon's Into place of
biihlmg, Wiilliil.ii, or to the uiiilcr
oirmed, THOa. SOW.
'8'P Jur Honolulu.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
. $101,008,101 00
. . TV, MX 00
Sausages ! Sausages !
h'JrHSJ Bolnc"11! J.jyer Riiddin&-.
r 1 Wood J-iSllHnjr, illead ; CliettsS
KrauKiiiit riuusane, Vienna Simsiifm unit
Klne Pork Sausage always on hind and
delivered to order by
GEO. I). HOHRAEUER,
1112 Koit street, two doors above lite
I Mutual Tel. 710. Sift I'm
.', i ..-,.' i
INSTRUCTION in French, Spanhh
I and Latin given by Professor K,
(.ombat'd, (Jnivurnlty Oraduate. Clashes,
ti)d'l'rjviito lesions, 'fjrainniar or con.
yi-l'Milloti. Highest credentials from
Franco and California. Terms mode
rate. Particulars from tho FrWqfj
CoiiMi, oi "at Mrs. Cowes', hear Y. M.
C. A. 8 J nit '
VI Un. O. RARNKJELD holds classes
lil in Drawing and Painting at his
Mmllo, Hotel uttoet, bilik ot Drs. Aniletv
t.ou & Ltiudy. lit tf
MR. ALLEN HUTCHINSON holds
hit; cit-mis on Wcdnc&day and
Satuiday at hU Studio. No. 4 Adlcr's
avenue, Pm.chbowl fetieet, opposite the
Queen's Hospital. U1U U