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HOMESTl'AD LOTS IN SOUTH KONA,
Nolieo is hereby given
1. That 7 lots in Kukuiopao, South
"Konn, Hawaii, have been set apart for
the purpose of convoying lo such per
ilous as limy wish tu acquit e homo
Simula upon which to live.
2. Maps o Hil'mj lots can bu exatn
Inutl at thu IjiiihI Ulllee, Inteiior De
partment, Honolulu, or at the ollice
of J. V. Kuaimoku, at Puhoehoo. S.
.1. J. V. Kuaimoku will point out
Hie lots to any person desiring to see
thoin, for which service ho will ho en
titled to u feu of $1 from the person
I. Persons who may dosite lots
shall apply in writing to the Minuter
of the Inleiior upon a blank form,
Copies of which may bo obtained free
of said J. V. ICuahnoku.
fi. No application will bo consid
ered from persons who already own
I!. Evoiy applicant must bo of full
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed
ton yeais in which to pay for tho land,
during which time it will he exempt
S. Ho must within one year build
a dwelling house on the lot and begin
to occupy the same and continue to
occupy it for the remainder of the
tonn of ten years.
!). Ho must within three years en
close the lot with a substantial fence
JO. He must pay (piarterly in ad
vance intoiet upon tho unpaid piu
ehaso price at the rate of 5 per cent,
per annum. The puiohusor may pay
the whtilojjr any pait of tho purchase
price at any time, which will stop in
terest. 11. The piclimiuary agreement is
non-assignable, and the land cannot
bo sold until all conditions are fill
t 12. Faihue to comply with any of
tho conditions will woik a foifcituie
of tho land.
G. N. SPKNCKK,
.Minister of the Interior.
- "'' Interior Ollice Feb. '23, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I Dec. 2, 18!) 1.
Jloldeis of wafer jriilc,''-. those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho boms for using water for
inigation puiposos are fioiu (i to S
o'clock a. m., and 4 to (J o'clock r. m.
until fuither notice.
JOHN 0 WHITE,
. r Hupt. Honolulu 'W .iter Works.
' Approved :
C. N. Spenckk,
Minister of the Interior.
1 u h.
Pledged to lutthrr Sict nor Parly,
But established for the beurlit of all
FRIDAY, FEU. 20, 18!)2.
To say evil tilings about a coun
ty is not a kindly service to that
country. When the damaging talk
is emitted from inside the country,
it is to be characterized by a proverb
more forcible than elegant. It is
one matter to give honest warning of
evils that threaten. Quite another
to anticipate blue ruin by preaching
it at every corner, lingeing the whole
atmosphere with indigo, while Hie
state of affairs is as yel not only not
desperate, hut -contains many ele
ments for which every right!' consti
tuted nature should feel grateful.
It is undoubtedly true that a con
traction in bush ess has begun in this
kingdom, due to the changed condi
tions of the sugar market. The
United .States hail practically been
pitying a bounty on Hawaiian sugar
for fifteen years, in the shape of
duties remitted under reciprocity,
and this bounty has been abolished
by the admission of sugar from other
countries free of duty. Those other
countries lived and maintained their
sugar planting industry through all
those years when Hawaii had this
great advantage over them in the
United Slates. To say that Hawaii
cannot now hold her own with those
other sugar countries, when placed
on un equal footing with them, looks
like u libel on this country. It will
make tho struggle harder lo thus
hold our own if wo are ourselvis the
Why should not Hawaii at least I
hold her own, when, under the ad
vantages of all these years of Ameri
can bounty, her sugur raiseiB have '
been able lo take the foremost place
in methods of manufacture? Even
in tho United Stales itself, the homo
of modern inventive genius in labor
saving devices, the planters of Louisi
ana have followed rather than led
those of Hawaii in the manufacture
of sugar. In the matter of econo
mical milling Hawaii easily stands in
tic fiont rank of sugar-pi odttcing
countries. Tho readiest answer of
planteis to the question, however, is
Hint Hawaii has dearer labor than
other sugar countries. That may be
to some extent true, but it is an old
cry. When sugar was returning
thein twic as much as now, the
planters constantly declared that
cheaper labor was indispensable.
Hut it may be that the fault has
not been so much in the puce of
labor as in the system of labor. This
idea is strengthened by the reported
attempts on several plantations to
adopt a different system Planting
on shares is repotted to have been
tried with gratifying results on one
of the II i lo plantations, notwithstand
ing that smaller concerns had con
demned it after some experimenta
tion. Now an effort is being n.adc
at Ewa on this island to introduce
the co-operative system. If the pre
sent situation will lead indirectly to
an abandonment of the hitherto be
lieved necessary evil of the contract
labor system, then the period of con
traction in prices may be as great a
blessing as that of expansion has
been in enabling our planters to pro
cure the best mills in the world.
There arc other available elements
of hope in the situation which may be
left for later discussion. One evil
development of the present croaking
epidemic consists in the disposition
to foment discontent with the politi
cal position and institutions of the
country. Sonic would have us be
lieve that a republican form of gov
ernment would change depression to
development, gloom to gaiety, politi
cal disquiet into profound content
incut. Such counsellors cannot see
the examples of petty republics else
where as a warning, with their clever
demagoguie presidents constantly as
piring to be dictators to the perennial
disquiet of the state. Another set of
political doctors arc sighing for an
nexation to the United States, which,
although a more reasonable remedy,
cannot at the present be regarded as
a living question. The great Republic
is not prepared to acquire this group
as yet. She is passing through a great
transition stage in the matter of na
tional defense, having begun in earnest
to build up her navy and. fortify her
coasts. Uutil Tills process be com
pleted, the United States will not
want to acquire any outlying posi
tion such as this group, the defense
of which would involve, perhaps, as
much expense as would that of all
her ocean ports on the mainland.
Another point is that the United
States will not take over these isl
ands before their own people unmis
takably signify their desire to have
them annexed. There is no trust
worthy evidence existing that any
considerable proportion of the Ila
waiians are imbued with a desire to
have their national existence abolish
ed. Colonel Spreckels showed he
knew the sentiment of the islanders
correctly, when, as is icported, he
said, "Theic is no piospcct of any
change as long as the present ruler
KALAKAUA MONUMENT FUND.
Several inquiiioo have been made
as to what was being done by the
"Kalakaua Monument Association,"
and were not answered by the asso
ciation for the reason that we expect
ed lo inform the public through a re
port of a meeting which we have
been expecting to hold for the past
three mouths. The bnid meeting has
not been held for the reason that we
have been awaiting rutin us from per
sons on the other islands holding
books. However, we expect full re
turns by the Kinau.
The treasurer, Mr. M. P. Robin
son, has now in his possession cash
amounting to about 81300 and ex
pects about 700 more from the other
islands. This of course will not be
siiflleicnt to carry out tho ideas of
the association, which, in the course
of a week or so, hope to devise other
means of raising the necessary funds.
Hoping that those interested will
have a little more patience. 1 am,
utc , C. .J. McCauiiiv.
GENERAL S. G. ARMSTRONG.
The friends of General Samuel C.
j Armstrong are requested to meet
each other at Kawaiahao Church, at
7:iJ0 p. in., Monday, March 7th, to
express their sympathy with the man
j and with his work at Hampton, and
I their cu nest hope that he will long be
spared to carry on that work.
I S. II. Dole,
l A. F, Jum,
W. R. Casti.k,
W. V. Ham..
II. II. Paukku,
Al.J-UKI) S. JIautwki.!.,
W. O. Smith,
G. N, Wimjox.
Honolulu, Feb. 25, 18!)2.
BIG MUSICAL EVENT.
Mr. Wray Taylor struck it right
for residents as well as strangers
when he arranged a concert in honor
of visiting tourists for yesterday
evening at Ivautnakapili church. The
spacious edifice was so crowded that I
extra chairs had to be Ret. Mr.
Taylor played the following selec
tions on the magnificent organ besides
an accompaniment to Prof. Marcusc's
last violin solos: March from Elif
Costa ; Hereeuso in A, Delbruck ;
overture, "Mnrltana," Wallace)
"Ulue Dulls of Scotland," and "Alo
ha Oe," Queen Liliuokalani. The
bells in the next to the last made de
lightful music, and the apparently
unlimited harmonies of the instru
ment were illustrated, to tho evident
enjoyment of the audience, in all the
The first appearance of Prof. A.
Alarcuso with his violin was In a
"Serenade" from Haydn. He was
ably accompanied on the piano by
Miss Dora Dowsett. A loud and ir
repressible encore compelled a reap
pearance, it is easy to see that the
uiusic-lovors of Honolulu will great
ly regret the day when the close of
the Professor's astronomical duties
here will send him back to Germany.
Later he gave two violin solos an
Ad iglo,by Correlli, and "Sarabande,"
by Bach, the latter a masterpiece
and was again enthusiastically re
called. Mrs. A. V. Rice of New York sang
"Ah! Woe is Me," by Eichbcrg,
with Miss Lottie Parmclcc as pianist.
Her singing thrilled every car and
the enthusiasm would not down till
another song was added. Mr.
Maurice A. Rothchild of San Finn
cisco was encored for his singing of
"The Alpen Rose," when he gave
"The Valentino." The Kawaiahao
Church choir gave a religious chorus,
and they also were compelled to
double their performance. This
concert was altogether a rare combi
nation of musical talent.
The inauguration of the monument
raised to the memory of Gambetta at
the entrance of the Jardies by the
Alsatians and Lorraincrs, and of
which the celebrated Alsatian sculp
tor liartholdi is the author, took place
recently. The official ceremony was
preceded by a semi-private one. The
committee deposited the heart of the
great patriot in a small vault con
structed under the monument.
After his death M. Paul Bert took
possession of the heart of his friend,
and when he in turn died it was left
in the keeping of Mine. Bert. It had
been said that in the journeying of
the Bert family to Tonquin and back
the receptacle containing Gambelta's
heart was lost, but there was no truth
in the assertion. After the post
mortem examination Gambetta's heart
was placed by M. Paul Bert in a
glass vase full of alcohol and kept
by him, but when he left France for
Tonquin he deposited the heart in an
iron safe, which he left in the care of
M. Chaillot, the brother of M. Bert's
lon-in-law. It only loft that iron safe
when it was placed in the hands of
Before being bricked in the monu
ment of the Jardies the vase wa3
placed in a metal case, which was in
closed in a wooden coffer made out
of wood from Alsace. This also con
tained a parchment attesting that the
heart contained in the vase was that
of Gambetta, preserved by his friend,
M. Paul Rert, and after his death
kept by Mine. Rert until the comple
tion of the monument raised to the
memory of the great patriot by the
Alsatians and Lorraincrs. New
York Mail and Express.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DQOU MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assoit
meut. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. JQy Call and examine our stock.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"Jn buying a cough medicine for
children," sajs H. A. Walker, a
piominent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger fiom it and relief in always
sure lo follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it lo lie safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
Mcshi'h. King Bros, nro
showing u lino lino of Bam
boo ami othor stylo Parlor
EiispIk, Wall Brackets and
Window C'oriiicoH at prices
lo iihm'I, tho tin i oh.
HAWAII N Council No. (J8i), Ame-lii-an
Legion of Honor, meets
THIS EVENING, at 7:80 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King sheet
JOS. M. OAT,
8."5 It Secretary,
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
IF 1 on huvoalot, I will build you a
house, ami furnish the money on
easy terms. .). L. MKYElt,
130 Fort btieet,
Mutual Tel, CC2; P. O. Hox387.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
" My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several mouths, and after hying
severalprcscriptious from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use oi
two bottles of I3o
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rootor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a uote ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold ou the Luus. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
March 17, 1892
1 YACHT RACK 1st Class.
OouitSE, (to be published later.)
2-YACHT BACE 2d Class.
Couiisk, (to be published later )
Yachts will assemble off tho foot of
I,eliua Avenue In Pearl City Peninsula
at 0 a. m.
A preparatory gnu will be fired on the
Judge's boat at IhllO A. m. The starting
gun will bo fired at 10 a. m. sh-u-p.
The start will be a Uylii one; the
time of each yacht being taken as she
crosses tho lino, but no yacht shall lie
allowed more than ten minutes within
which to stait after the signal to start
lia-. been given.
Time allowance one minute to the ton.
Each yacht must, carry ather imiiutop
mat head, a distinguishing Hag of a
suitable sie, which inii'-t not be hauled
down unlets feho gives up the race
Kach yacht shall carry (lining tho ra-e
no more hau the usual anehois and
chains, which must uot bo ued :is ship
ping ballast or for altering tho trim of
the yacht No bags of shot shall bo on
board and all ballast shall be property
stowed under the platforms or in loekers
and shall not be shipped or trimmed in
any way whatever during tho race.
No rcilrlction as to quantity of sail.
I! SIX-OARED BOATS Sudino
Comtsi:, (to be published later.)
1-FOUIt-OAKED BOATS Sudino
Couiisn, (to bo published lut-r.;
N. H Tho Kegutta Baees will be
under the rules adopted bv the Hawaiian
Mowing & Yachting Association.
In all races, two or more boats must
stait to make a race.
Tho rowing races will take pi(eo at I
o'clock i. m. sharp.
The signal gun will bo llred from tho
Judge's stand at lj:to o'clock
Signal for the computing boats to as
semble at tho stai iliic line will he tho
tiring nf a gnu 10 minutes befoiu tho
stai t of each race.
l& I.lst of entries will be open at tho
olllee of tho Sijit.hintkniusnt of the
Oaiiu Kaiiway it Land Co., until 12
o'clock noon, March IS, ltm.
Prizes lor Ihe above Races arc now on Exhi
bition at the PACIFIC HVRDWARE
CO S STORE, Fort Street.
TUAINS will leave Honolulu for Pearl
lliuhor tit 7:30,u, 10, 11, 12 a. m.,
and 1, 2, a, 4 itntl 4 :!30 v, m.
ltKTUKNING will leave Pearl Harbor
for Honolulu EYKKY HOUlt.
Popular Hates of. Faro j
50o BOUND fflP-50c
THE MUTUAL LIFETnSURIcE CO,
lUOHAl! 1 A. JlcOlJlC!Y.
issues Every Desirable Form
... 1. 1. ..
It has paid its member since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal over offered by
. t Kor full particulars apply to
Aucllnii Sales by James F. Morgan.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
Leases & Furniture !
lty older of V. W. iMe01ieuey, As
signee of the Kstate of Hamilton ".tnhn
son, 1 will Fell at Public Auction, at my
Salcsioom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Fob. 27th,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOO.V.
The Unexphcd Lease of tho Pieiniscs at
Waikiki known a1 the
The Lease has II years and 8 mouths to
run at an annual rental of 8"7i. To
gether with (be Lease will be hold the
Household Furniture and Fixtures
As iter luventoiy which can be seen at
my Salesroom. Tlieio wl'l alo be eohl
a Lease ot House and Lot adjoining and
used hi connection with the Villa. The
liL'ttsu has 1 year and 10 1110111114 to run at
a rental of .:15 per month. There will
also be sold 1 Horse, 1 Oarilage and 1
iSf-Fuither parlciihirs, apply to F.
VI. MeChesncy, .-ignec, or to ,
JAS. F. HOKG4 1V,
351 St Auctioneer.
AUCTION ,ALE OF
WHOLE B 1RLEY
On MONDAY, Fob 30th.
AT lli O'CLOCK XOO.V.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
IOO Sucks WIIOIiK UUtMlY
In lots to suit.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auiflistralor's Sale !
by order of O. Trouseau, Adminis
trator, with the will annexed of Ills lato
Majesty Kalakaua, I will ell at I'ublic
Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, March 5
AT 12 O'CLOCK ;NTOON,
LAND AT A1EA, Ef A, OAHU,
Hoyal Patent 78."i; Koyal Patent 287, 1
:17. 100 aeies, and Jtoy.d Patent 70."i, J.
acre, :t chains and :s:s-100. Deed from
.1 S .VcGrew and wife, Liber 79, Folio
21)1 0-0 acre .subject to lea.o to J.
Humphreys; rent $.10 pur annum; ex
pires Sept. 1, 18UU.
y This will he offered at an upset
price ot $2,500.
TKKMS OAS1I. Deeds at purchasers
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
:!"! 8t Auctioneer
Aipia-Mariiie Bend) Lois!
On SATURDAY, Murrli 5Ni,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen .ti cut, 1 will
(ell at Public Auction,
Jloyoml Iviiploliiiil I'urlc.
Tlu'se Lots, varying from one-half
to seveu-teutlH of an aete. are ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
the Park, anil lying between tho Dia
mond lb ad road and thu hen. Govern
ment water Is laid ou along the front of
thepu Lota on the load. The beach is of
soft white sand, and tho leof is 'anions
for di'lloious 1Kb of various kinds, which
Tho title is feu simple, and terms aie
cash, or one-half cash and thu balance
on inoilgagu at 8 percent for one or two
years, Deeds at thu expense of pur
chasers. tST A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
OS?" These Lots are mai ked by
corner nlal;es, giving the uumliuis.
J VS. F. MORGAN,
:ifl lit Auctioneer.
Island Shells and Curios !
VIIOLICSALK ami retail, cheap for
TT cash, at 101 Kort sti cut, between
Killers' dry goods stoic and Krank
(juit.'s shoe stoie.
ilCjl t T. TANXA'IT.
Notion of Annual Mooting.
TDK annual iiiuulhig of the People's
lie it Hefiigeintlng Co, will bu
held on TL'KsDAY, Maieh M, at 2:80
o'clock i'. .m., at Hie olllco of Jonathan
Austin. O P. UASl'LK,
Mil 5t Secretary.
A N N U A Jj M 15 ETI N G.
npilK legular annual meeting of thu
JL llawaiinn Fiuit itTaroUo will bo
held at their olllcu In Wailuku, Maul. 011
HATUItDAY, Jhueh 12, 18'Ja, at 10
o'clock a. m. W. II. I)AUKLS,
;15 aat Secretary II. V, tV, T. Uo.
Whtin you wimt a Portrait
Enlarged cull 011 Iviiifr Brou,,
got their nrico llHt and mm
Btunplea. Tlioy can't ho heat.
SUPT. PIERCE'S REPORT
Gain In Assets during six
Extracts from tho "Now York
I New York Life Ins
Insuiianci: Dkiwktmknt or tub Stati: of Nr.w Yomc,
Ai.iiakv, N. Y., January l'Jlh, 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
Superintendent of this department.
THE COMPANY IS SOLVENT.
The most satisfactory result appearing in tiiis report is the conclusion
readied that this great and useful institution of our Stnte, whose business
interests and relations extend and are .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 Iceion, is bevond all Question
solvent, and is the actual owner and possessor of a surplus of available
assets and property exceeding its present liability by the sum of SG OJiS,
1 loG 3:J accrued upon its general account, and S8,ti70 5tt) iiO upon
I its Tontine accumulation.
' StlfMI n r Obit It. vvmq nun mncf no rnnul r lnaiiswl l tlita lnnilmnnt
.-.. w. v- Uvi.av .1 j jv "lwo vuilil,yblj Ul')tlLl W III IO lli;iJll 1I1IU1IL-
Those interested may be assured that this conclusion is accurate and tiust
worthy. This examination was made as of June .'10th, 1891, and on that date
we (hul that its assets and liabilities were as follows:
Appraised value of real estate owned by the Company, as
per Exhibit 1 ". !$
Loans on bond and mortgage (lir.-t lione) on ical estate,
as per Exhibit 2
Loans- seemed by pledge of bonds, ntookn, or other market
able eollalerals, as per Exhibit H
Piemium notes, loans, or liens on policies in force, the ic
sorve ou each of such policies being in excess of all
indebtedness Ihuieon as pur Exhibit 4
Market value of bonds, stocks, and (securities owned abso
lutely, as per Exhibit 5
Cash in Com pany 'a olliec
Cash in bank, except fixed deposits in foreign countries,
included in item 5
Interest due and acci nod on bonds and mortgages
Gross premiums due and tmieported on policies
in force - 1:1,082,577
Gross deferied premiums on policies in force. . l,9GLtM8
Annuity premiums uncollected 157,091
12. Total .l!5,80l,:U(i
13. Deduct 20 per cent loading on above gross
14. Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums 4,013,453 00
Not present value of all the outstanding policies in force
on the 30th day of June, 1891, computed according to
the combined experience tabic of mortality, with 4' per
Deduct not value of risks of this
oilier solvent companies
Net 1 ('insurance reserve
Claims lor manned endowments due and unpaid. .
Cl.nniy for death losses awaiting proofs ..,...,.,
Amounts, due and unpaid on annuity claims
Liability on account of lapsed policies
Premiums paid in advance
Total liabilities on policy-holders'
Gio;s surplus on policy-holders' account 14,708,075 83
Total liabilities "1.120,710,090 04
Estimated surplus, accrued on Tontine or other policies,
the pr.iiils upon which arc especially reserved for that
class of policies 8,070,539 50
Estimated surplus accrued on all other policies 0,038,130 33
It is willi groat satisfaction that we are able to report, as shown in the
above statement, that, the Company is perfectly solvent.
Signed, JAMES F. PIERCE, Superintendent.
MICHAEL SHANNON, Deputy Superintendent.
Tho New York Insurance Commissioner's Rnport proves that tho NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO. has a largor Surplus than is claimed by any other purely mutual lilo
insdranco company in the world.
Ginerdl Agent lor the IltWdllui Islands.
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 & 30 MEKCIIANT STItKKT.
i LL parties who have left watches or
r clocks with A. A. Ooilon, V
luku, Maul, lorrcimirs, aie heieby nutl
lled to claim their propcilv within sixty
days, as they will he debaired from
claiming thereafter, he having gone out
of business, Claims to bo sent to Mr.
ICckait, at Mr. Dorlon's late place of
business, Wailuku, or to the under
signed. TUOd. NOTT,
S lm Honolulu.
OF NEW YORK.
of Policy !
FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS,
any Insurance Company.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
T II V.
months of. nearly 16,000,000.
Times" of January 23d, 1892.
Company reinsured in
. .$104,008,104 0
account $100,002,014 81
Sausages ! Sausages !
I7KKSH Bologna, Liver Pudding,.
r ltlood Pudding, Head Cheese,
Krankfuit tiausauc, Vicuna Sausage and
KlnePoik Sausage always on h.uld and
delivered to older by
GEO. I. BOiniAEDEK,
132 Eoit street, two doors above tho
Gei mania Market,
f Mutual Tel. 710. 843 3m
I NSTKUUTION hi French, Spanish
I ami Lathi given by Piofessor F.
Louibaid, University Graduate. Classes
and piivatu lessons. Grammar or con
versation. Highest ciedentlals f 10111
France aud California. Terms mode
rate. Particulars from the Fieuch
Consul, 01 at Mrs. Cowes', near Y. JI.
C. A. 818 Jin
MllAi. O. 11AKNF1ELI) holds classes
hi Drawing aud Painting at his
studio, Hotel sticet, back of Lbs. Andei
sou & Lundy. 84 tf
VI 11. ALLKN HUTCHINSON holds
.JL Ins classes on Wednesday ami
Satmday at Ids Sltidlo, No, 4 Adler's
avenue, Punchbowl stiect, opposite the
Queen's Hospital. 340 if