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OAHU LAND AND RAILWAY CO.
MOM AND AKTKlt KEllMJAUY 1, IHfW.
l.v. Honolulu, fl:I5 8:1ft 1:1ft t:.1Tt
An.HnSiiui.niu, 7:20 I):57 2:57 oiIVH
l.v. Honuumiim, 7:30 10: i:i :i:l.l fi:l'Jt
Ait. Honolulu, 8:r llsftft l:ftft (IsftOt
115 Mil. OlTV I.Ol'AL.
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Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, AUG. G, 1892.
Saturday, Aug. 0.
Stmr Kinau from Maui nml Hawaii
Stmr Kilaucu Hon from Molokni
Schr Kawailaui from Kuulmi
Saturday, Aug. li.
Am bktno S X Castle, Hubbard, for San
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Molokni
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau '
Schr Ka Moi for l'aauilo at 4 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 110 bags potatoes 13 bags
corn, (X) bagsbran, lilpigs, 03 bills hides,
2 horses, 'lid pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, ior stmr
Kinau, Aug (5 From Volcano: Airs
S M Hundley, Huntor Brown and
wife, Miss A A Lowis, Airs A McDon
ald, MissM Kouwull, Miss Batcholor,
,Miss J M Pope, Miss It Tope. From
" way ports: Miss C A Gillnian, F A
Hosmer and wife, Miss L Sponcor,
Mrs Mary Ailau, Miss E Lyman, G
Kaisor, J A Scott, Miss Mary Wator
houso, B D Preston, Prof V D Alex
ander, "YV V Chamberlain, Louis
Kroch, Godf roy Brown', A Cockburn,
Mrs O S Kyimorsloy, J Wallace, V
Bicknoll, H W M Mist, A M Sproull
and wilo, Mrs fc Palama, Win isor
lowitz, Miss Maria Hose, Miss Abbo
Hoso, Uov V II Kitcat, P H Kitcat
and 12G deck.
For San Francisco, per bktno S N
Castle, Aug 6 Mr and Mrs Oudor
kirk, tho Misses Way (2), Airs Agnow
and 2 childron, Miss Clark, Chas
Phillips, K Viboans, .Tames K0II03',
For San Francisco from Mahu
kona, per schr J G North, July 20
J Olita, J CHattio, J T Murray, wife
and 1 childron:
Tho barkentino S X Castle, I,. H. Hub
bnnl master, sailed for San Krancisco this
afternoon carrying tho following cargo:
117H1 gallons molasses, .1. l. Jlruns; ;H5
bags sugar, 1 A. Srhaufer it Co.; 1000 do,
Castle ,fc Cooke; W7!) do, T. H. Davios it
Co.; 'Zi'iO bags nee, M. S. Uriiibaum it Co.
Domestic value, :f:il,'2;is.:i7.
Arrived July 7th, steamer Kilauca Hon
from Honolulu; July !)th, steamer Kinau
from Honolulu; July 10th, steamer Kinau
from Hilo; July L'Oth, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; July :10th, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; Aug. 0th, .steamer Kinau from
Departures July 7th, stoamor Kilauea
Hon for Hiimakua; July lit h, steamer Ki
nau for Hilo; July 10th, steamer Kinau for
Honolulu; July L'Oth, steamer Kinau for
Hilo; July 2-Jd, American schooner John 0
North, Ipsen, for Han Francisco with JOJKU
bags sugar, 1,G!XJ, 107 lbs., vaiio JSOiiri.Ti".
snippers, .1. 1. waiernouso, Hal!) bags, T
steamer Kinau for Hilo; Aug. dth, s'tuamer
11. uavius it uo :ii,s nans: juiv .10111
ivinau tor jinnomiu.
Suspected of Burglary.
A bad character named Hoopii
was arrosted at 2:15 o'clock yesterday
aftornoon, suspected of having com
mitted several burglaries on Smith
stroot and in, tho vicinity of "Capo
Horn." Hoopii has boon seen skulk
ing around promises at' all hours.
His house was searched but nothing
could bo found. A singular coinci
dence with regard to Hoopii is that
ho boars tho same name as "Bare
foot od Bill," and was arrested for
tho burglaries committed at tho
Govornmont building during "Bare
footed Bill's" career.
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, loader, will
givo a concert this afternoon at Emma
.Square, commencing at 4:30 o'clock.
Following is tho program:
March Iolauthe .
1'olUa Tliu Cavalier
Selection Tho Lombardlans
Cavatina The Martyrs. .,
Gavotte Soft (HaucoH..
Messrs, King Bros, are sUoiviny a fine
line of llumboa nd other style Purlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
(Jorniees, at Prices to meet the times.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho steamer Kinau did not bring
any sugar this t rip.
Thoro woro nino passengors by
tho Kinau from tho Volcano this
Prof. F. A. Hosmer and his wife
arrived homo by tho steamer Kinau
to-day from a month's vacation on
Tho band will give its regular
weekly concert at Emma Square this
aftornoon. Prof. Borgor and his
boys -have boon engaged ovory day
A Chinaman was eoinmidodiotho
Insane Asylum this morning by
Police Justice V. L. Wilcox. The
Chinaman showed faint signs of in
sanity in tho Courtroom.
Police JusUeo v7l7 Wilcox will
bo a very busy man for an hour on
Monday morning, as tho criminal
calondar is a long one, not counting
tho bluo Monday morning crop.
Tho yacht raco to Hanauma, which
was scheduled for this morning aft)
o'clock, failed to materialize, as tho
weather was anything but. favorable.
Evorything was ready, but fieklo
wind blow "faintly and slow" from
A man named Peter Quinn has
been arrested for tho larceny of a
pair of shoos valued at $l:fi0, the
property of John Naai, on Thurs
day. E. fr. Ward, counsel, secured
a postponement of tho trial this
morning until next Wednesday.
Mombers of tho Concordia Portu
guese Musical Society have request
ed us to state that 1110113' residents
on Boretania street hope thoy could
live a hundred j-ears just for tho
sake of hearing tho brass instru
ments, not disturbed at all as an
item in this morning's paper stated.
Their only practice time is from
7:30 to 8:30, and never as lato as t)
ST. ANDBKW'a CATHEDRAL.
J. no sorvices ol tho cat neural con
gregation, Eighth Sunday after Trin
it', will bo as follows: ITolj Com
munion, 6:30 a. 111.; morning prayer,
11 a. 111.5 Hawaiian evensong, 3:30 p.
111.; evensong and soriiion, 7:30 p. 111.
All are invited.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Tho sorvices of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow '(tl' eighth Sunday aftor
Trinity), will bo as follows: 9:15 a.m.,
Holy Communion with sormnn; .ln
troit; hymn 179; Kyrio and Sanctus,
Hart in D major; Nunc Dimittis,
double chant; hymn 313; Gloria in
Excelsis, old chant. (5:30 p.m., even
song with sermon; Magnificat and
Nunc Dimittis to double chants; An
them, "Lift thine Eyes," by Mon-
delssolin; hymns 219, 220 and 28. All
aro cordially invited.
High Mass, 10 a. 111.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. 111.; Sermon followed
by tho Benediction of tho Holy Sac
rament, -1:30 p. 111.
seventh day adventist.
Seventh Day Advontists will have
Bible meetings ovory Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic sorvices will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bothol
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Services of worship on Sunday as
follows: At 11 a. 111. and 7:30 p. 111.
Preaching by tho pastor.
Y. 31. O. A. HALL.
Evangelistic sorvices in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. (5:30 to 7:15 p. 111.
That Wator Fracas.
Further developments happened
in the Palolo wator fracas j-ostordaj'.
Kalauki, a hid of fourteen summors,
was arrested on a warrnt sworn out
13' the Chinaman, whom ho is alleg
ed to have struck with a stono. Tho
thrco 111011 and Kalauki woro released
on bail. Previous to leaving homo
at Palolo, Pipilani, 0110 of tho de
fendants, caught a Chinaman walk
ing away with two largo sacks filled
with mountain apples from private
property, Pipilani had not forgot
ten that affair of his with tho other
Chinaman, and pounced on this fol
low with a vengeance, bringing him
to tho Station, whore ho was charg
ed with larceny,
Eye Tosting and Fitting.
Mr. Dance, a lato arrival, is at the
Eagle Houso, and has announced
himself as an ophthalmic optician.
Ho has an improved method of test
ing the sight, whereby tho nature of
defects in tho eyes is discovered.
Inequalities of visual power between
tho two eyes where they exist are
also revealed by an ingenious device.
Mr. Dance represents an established
linn of opticians in London and
Melbourne and carries samples of
improved spectacles and frames.
Many citizens have been examined
by him already, and ho has booked
n number of orders. Ho has ap
pointed Mr. Goo. W. Smith, druggist
and 'optician, of Benson, Smith &
Coa as local agent. 9
(Continued from 2d Page.)
Hop. Knmauolia, Noble Marsdou
and Hop. Robert Wilcox each desired
to have lights in their districts, at
an addition to tho figure proposed,
but their wishes woro not complied
with, and tho Horn passed as pre
Janitor Aliiolaui Hale and assis
tants, .$3,2 10, was, on motion of Noble
Marsdon, struck out.
Guards Aliiolaui Halo and Kapua
iwa Building, .?1,2(M). Passed.
Guard "Royal Mausoleum, $300.
Expenses or Election, $20,000. Re
ferred to tho Committee on. Ways
Aid of Queen's Hospital, $20,000,
was referred to a select committee
consisting of Heps. R. W. Wilcox and
Smith and Nobles Young, Baldwin
and Corn well.
Tho Committee rose at 1:09 and,
aftor tho report of work done was
made and approved, tho Assembly
Saturday, Aug. fi, 1892.
Assonibky convened at 10. Prayor
))y Chaplain. Minutes of previous
meeting road and approved.
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee reported tho English
version of tho Visiting Committee
to tho Leper Settlement was printed.
Noble Thurston rose to a question
of privilege and said that his con
stituents in the district from whence
ho came had indicated their intention
to scalp him whon again within their
reach, on account of his reported
statement in tho Advertiser that tho
people in Spreckolsvillo woro
"toughs." What ho had said was
that thoro was a probability of tho
introduction of toughs in that vil
lage. Ho wished to set himself
right in tho matter.
Noblo Cornwoll also objected to
mention made of hini in tho Adver
tiser, and of tho Military Commit
tee. Personally ho had no care, but
as chairman of the committee ho
deemed it his duty to oirer his re
monstrance for his confreres on the
Hep. White, under suspension of
tho rules, presented a petition from
residents of Lahaina for a new Con
stitution. Referred to Constitution
Hep. Knncalii from residents of
Wailuku a petition that tho mar
riage lies lie dissolved between peo
ple judged to bo lepers. To Judi
Tho same member also presented
a petition from residents of Waihoo
that $1000 bo appropriated for a
road at that place. To Committee
on Public Lands.
Also by Hop. Kanealii, that taxes
bo reduced to ' of 1 percent. To
Committee on Ways and Means.
And another petition with reference
to tho talcing of wator from Wailuku
valley. To Public Lands Commit
tee. Also that voting franchise bo
taken awaj' from tho Portuguese.
To Judiciary Committee.
Noblo V. Y. Hornor, petition from
Lahaina, that tho duties on rico bo
retained. To Rico Committee.
By Hop. Koahou, from Puna, hat
an English school bo established
there. To Committee on Education.
By Rep. Nawahi, from Haniakua,
that a now Constitution bo granted.
To Constitution Committee.
Minister Sponcor reported 'the fol
lowing bills as signed by tho Queen:
1, relating to keepers of stallions;
2, relating to tho suppression of
diseases amongnt animals; 3, to pro
vido for codification of penal laws.
Hop. Koahou gave notice of a
meeting of Opium Committee No. 2.
Noblo Marsdou offered a resolu
tion that tho Committee on Ways
and Moans be permitted to employ
an attorney to draft a bill for pre
sentation to tho House, relative to
increasing tho revenue.
Aftor considerable debate tho reso
lution was approved.
Hop. Ashford introduced a resolu
tion that the Finance Committee bo
instructed to forthwith examine and
inquire into and with all convenient
speed to report to this House, all
facts connected with the issue of the
$10 certificates bj the .Minister of
Hep. Ashford spokoatsomo length
on tho resolution and was answered
by Minister Widemann to tho elfect
that tho utmost inquiry was courted
On motion tho resolution was
adopted with an amendment that it
be referred to a Special Committee
as follows: Heps. Ashford, Wilder,
Kamaiiohn and Nobles Iua anil
Minister Widemann answered
questions of Noblo Thurston rela
tive to tho payment by tho Govern
ment of 25 percent of their outputs
Minister Sponcor replied to Hop.
Waipuilani again in ro Uiy garbage
business and to tho offeel that tho
collection of garbage was entirely
free within certain limits. Outside
of thoso limits there was a charge
for service rendered by Hustace k
Co., and a list of payers was ap
pended. Noble Baldwin asked for, and ob
tained the privilege of having tho
report of tho Finance Committee
translated and printed,
Minister Spencer reiilied t ques
tions of Noble Thurston in re the
Waikiki well and to the oll'ivt that,
1, Tho payments amounted to
$S,978.9.rj 2, No guarantee for fresh
water; 3, Water now Hows into tin
sea; 1, No recoupment obtainable:
5, Distant 175 feot from th sea.
At 12:30 tho Houso adjourned.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Wiwmi Billiard Pa
On TUESDAY, August 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. .V. M.,
On the Premises Kort street, t will sell ill
Public Auction the
Stock and Fixtures !
Of tho Wigwam Billiard I'lemives, cnin
prixitig: 2 iF'oolTa.Toles
With Balls and Cues,
2 Carom Billiard Tables,
Large Counter, Show Cases,
Desk, llcni'hes, Chairs
Ice l!ii, I'tc, Ktc.
ttF" The above oilers a de-drahle chance
f&- Parties wishing to purchase the
above as a whole should communicate
with the Auctioneer ptevious to the sale.
. T 5
We will sell Algeroba Wood and deliver
it to any part of Honolulu for Xine Dollars
and Seventy-live Cents $').7i) a Cord.
YOOD SAWED and CHOPPED IF DESIRED
3F at a si.imiT Aiivvsi'i: -Si
SF Our Wood is not worm-eaten and
wo will sell any quantity from n Half Coid
MIH ISUSIXKSS OK Till-) LATK V. A.
lieuo of Koloa, Kauai, Mill be earned
on as heretofore by his son, M. A. 1'ego, in
iis-own name. M. .v. ui.i.u.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, lb'.L'. lMl-St
'JIB AXXUAI. MKKTlXd OK TIM'.
J. Stockholders of the Olowalu Coinpanv
will take place at the otliio of Win. (J.
Irwin ,t Co., (I.'d), on MONDAY, August
8, lb!l.', at 11 o'clock A. M.
W. fl. I IS WIN,
lSS-:it President Olowalu Co.
of Trustees of the (Jiicen's Hospital
will be held lit the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August l, 1WU, at
10 o'clock a. M., for thu purpose of coiisid
eiiiiK proposed Amendments to Uv-Laws.
Per Order. K. A. SC1I A KKlCli,
Honolulu, July yj, INIJ.
CiTOCKIIOLDKItS IX T1IK HONO.MU
O SUOAIt COM TAX V will please take
notice that the Annual Meeting of the
Company will be held at the ollice of C.
llrewer iV- Co., Queen street, on Wednesday,
August lllth, ul 10 o'clock . M.
A. 0. LOVKICIX,
Secretary H. S. Co.
Honolulu, July till, Is.!).'. -181-1 It
A. MKr.TIXll OKTHOSi: INTIHSKSTl'il)
11 in the proposed "Hawaiian llimr.Ai'
or Inkoiim.ition'1 will be held at tho Cham
ber of Commerce, on .MONDAY, August
Mb, at II o'clock l'. M., for the purpose of
organizing the same and deciding upon
the linn of expenditure to be followed.
L. A. THUItriTOX,
K. O. MACKAHLANi:,
INMit W. O. WILDKII.
rpilK UNDKItSHlNKD.HAVIXO UKKX
duly unpointed Administrator of tho
Kstatoof K, A. Itegoof Koloa, Kauai, de
ceased, hereby untitles nil persons Indebted
to tlio said Kstato that they must iimku
Immediate payment to him; and all per
sons claiming against tho satd K. A. Hego,
deceased, must present their claims to him
at Koloa, Kauai, within slxy days or they
win 00 iinever narieii.
M. A. 1 MCI 1().
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. I, IKDJ. Isil-M
from T. J. Killg'j resi
dence. IMIkol street. Kinder
will he suitably rewarded on 0ai
returning the same to the residence
7OK COXVlCTIXIi THKTHIKK WHO
1" stole Two I'ulnis from my mountain
home on Sunday last, If that thief hail
come to my house in town 1 would liavn
given itiiii 11 noen ireo or cnargo ami saved
mill inn iiouniu 01 cui
Maluliia, Aug. r, lh!U.
r OST, JULY AM, A
llay llorse Having
white soot on forclicai
it'lil... k, ii.fil. i'iiiiti.1 ins 'lr
one hind foot w hite. ami . --
branded "A". '''''u "hove reward will he
paid to anyone leaving tlio horse at the
uwiilencu of Mr. 0. 11, white, Xiiuunu Val
ley, near Jiiild ijtreut. 17-U
OUR STOCK OF
ALL OK WHICH AltK KltKSH. KVK.ltY
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUN'K.U KORT AND KINd STIMBOTS.
1 CAUTION the l'ublic against the ollcr
ings of "Normal fcanitary Jaeger
Underwear" adverti-ed by unscrupulous
houses to mislead the pulilic. The
Guniiiiift Normal Sanitary
gfF Cannot be purchased there, hut
onlv at my Store.
the Hawaiian Islands of Dr. nied. CI
Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear.
To Lot or Lease.
lOHHge III .MtlKIKI,
near lleretania street ear.
Item $10. Applv this ollice.
rp WO l!f)OM COTTAOi:
.1. on l'hiima Square.
Add 1 ess
0. Itox .
trallv located. Impiiri) at
Hiii,i.i:ti.n Ollice. IKMf
DUVAL l'lSKMISKS, .'11 t mi
lleietania street, 011- ifm-i-7
posite Kort street chur.-li. ffl) iktt
Apply to IS. 1. LILI-IK, Sathl
;i.silf At Then. J I. Davie .V Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpwo NKW COTTAOKS
1 centrally located, con-
pantry. Kent fl.r
Knipiire at this ollice.
"VfKW JIOUbK OK KIVK
X rooms, on Mngaino
street, with llathroom, pat
ent v. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu, Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
AXICK COTTAOK OX
Jleretaula street, near
I'likoi street, ciilitniniug
l'arlor. '1 Hed rooms, llath
room, Diiiliigrooin, I'antry and Kitchen,
Servant's rooin.Carriiiuo House. .Stabler etc.
Tramcars pass every M minutes, Apply at
ollice of tins paper. l.i.S-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
rpHAT HANDSOMK 16j.--y
J new resideni'Diin King fficrirfetUi.
street now occupied by the 48 1 1 i f'oi.Jfl,
undersigned, either furn- lii.'SL!cfS.
ishud or unfurniulicd; contains doilhie par
lors, dining room, three bedrooms and
sewing room; llrst'class kitchen and pan
try, wardrobes built In; hot and cold water
throughout, stationary washstauds and
every modem convenience; stables and car
riage house. Possession given immediately.
Iw-tf ..IOJIX K. HOWLKIt.
I'ivture Frames made In order mm
Latest Styles of Monldiuys, Innova
tion of Old Pictures a specially at King
Bros,, Hotel street.
Beware or Imitations !
fin t VliShrfjx
Fort Street, Honolulu, :
CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In JiLrry Style of
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
X0 XIm-. Q4.ro,U,
Children's Hats -
Tlie Largest Assortment
CAX HE KOUND AT
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
CHILDKKN'S LACK HATS,
CIHLDKKX'S MULL HATS,
(IIIILDISKX'S SILK HATS,
OHILDISKX'S MUSLIX HATS,
CHILDKKX'S STISAW HATS,
OIlILDItKX'S LKdllOISX HATS.
IXKAXTS' LACi: 110.NXr.TS,
1XKANTS' CIIII'KOX IIOXXKTS,
1NKANT.V MUSLIX IIOXXKTS,
IXKAXTS' SILK IIOXXKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
Kor the hcncllit of that church,
Saturday Evening, August 13th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
HOI.U.STKH A CO.,
HAWAIIAN XKWS U).,
IIOIMIOX, XKWMA'X iSs CO.,
EI.ITK ICK CHRAM PAItl.OHS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
THi: UXDKISSIC.XKI) WILL
tti- FOB CASH -i
AT FORTY CENTS PER POUND!
I'roin date and until further notice.
Henry Davis & Co.
Amjiifct 3, 1W-. IS&lw
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN I
ALL lT.llsnXS aim: KOKBIDDEX
tolMi, shoot, drive cattle, or other-Wi-e
trep!i on any of the iirojKirty of
,ci.il permission of the tuidcrh;iiei1. Any
inc iiaiiyiiooiy riamaiton wiuinui siie-
I'Tsim iijunci on the urounus without
laving the legal iiuantitv of "."cliulUo
Smokeless Knwder Cartridges" such ns
arc oli only by us will be prosecuted
lonoluht, Aug. ., 1SIU. (I.'d)
iSkSr Hcfcrring- to the alwvu
we desire to stale tluil our supply
Smokeless Powder Gau-tridges
is limited ; the demand for them
during the past few weeks, hav
ing exceeded our expectations.
To those of our customers who
contemplate wrestling- with the
dodging duck and phrolicsome
pheasant on September 1st wu
suggest the advisability of calling
early for their ammunition.
: : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
A MISFIT ?
Jzionolialm, H. I.
Iiif ants' Bonnets
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO..
Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform the Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have secured the
services of Mr. Charles Ludwigsen,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who is particularly
familiar with the tastes of all lovers
Having recently inaile great im
provements and added new machin
ery to our extensive Candy Kactory,
we are now better able than ever
before to supply the public with
High tirade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and Strictly l'ure
and Wholesome Material. Our
motto will always bo
"not now eiii:i', iiut how noon"
can wo make the (.'undies.
Yours, anxious to please.
HA 1ST A- CO.
Kl.llK Il'BCllKlM I'.MU.OIIS
AMI Ol.MlV K.M'TOUV.
For Sale !
FOR SALE CHEAP
At the Walalau ltanch,
CV" Apply to
P. R. ISENBERG,
IS.S-1 w A t H . H ackfeld ,t Co.'s,
LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN.
1,-MtOM THK l'UKMISI'.S OK THK
I1 undersigned, I'auoa road, three weeks
...... .. it.,., i.'.n., in.. 1..1...1.. 1.1..1. r..... .....i
ago, a Hay Killy, IHj hands htgh, feet and
mane ami tail 'bine
ill all mow black.
Ten Dollars (fill) Itewanl will
be paid for
thu return of the Killy.
K. 1.. MA1SS.HALL.
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