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f? SHIPPING MOVEMENTS HOW Y!' u,,L,:s
f Tin: ocfanio i.ixi.k makiimina
f I'BOM THE COLONIC
H. 8, IMurlpom nud Scliooucr Trim-
lit Outnnril Tenia' I lie Il.irk
(JftliiNborniiBh Oilier Natr.
On Sept 3, the bnrkpntlno Kllkltat tailed
from I'ort GriiiMc for ttil port.
The three dt sorters of tliu bnrk Lndas are
again at work In the hold of the vcrl.
The nchoonur Mnry B ltus arrived at New
Wlmtcom from Knlmltil on tfept !l.
The hrhr W 0 Irwin, from the Coast, m
tlghlcil oil port shortly before noon today.
The bark Forest Queen has finished dls
iliaigitig lumber.niid will return to the Const
In ballast tomorrow.
Tomorrow, hluli tide Inrirc 1:5') p m; hlcli
tldu uniill 1 is it in; 1,.w tiile large H.&5 in;
low tide small 7:0.1 u in.
The CASS Mlowcra sailed for the Colo
nies at II last nluht. passing tho Inward
bound Mnrlpom ut the mouth of the haibor.
The steamer Inn win lnunclied fru.n the
M.irhie IUllwuj yeslenlnj, and sails for Ha
waii tnil.iv. Several jaehts are now on the
nayshaxlng their bottoms cleaned for the
The Morlpnsi il parted at n on for fan
Francisco. 'llio bund un on the uliurftu
play her oil. 'I li"n wi iilte n crowd there
at usual, ninnv ol tho people being down to
get a peep at the Trilby troupe.
Korcnson ,V I.ili-'s diver examined the hot
torn of the steamer Kinaii this morning. A
little paint scratched oil win re thustiamcr
touched In the sand was all the damage
amounted to. Ihe Klnuu nll on her regu
lar route at 10 a a tomorrow,
The schooner I.iulnlu came In from the
Gainsborough jcsterilny allernoou with over
a thousand bni of eiial. Four pumps arc
0llcd by a pint: of .Japanese, and I lie walcr
In the hold of the wrick Is lulng reduced
Iheliiet that tl.e sel rolls with Hie swells,
shows the-c Is a good ihaiiee of getting her
'the .iiiii-r'ran si homier Transit sails for
San Frniaisco today uitli iliuneMIc produce,
shippulas lollows: W O Irwin ,fc Co, 11(11
bugs sugar; I' A M.'lniler A: Co, 5." hogs
sugar; T II Davles it Co. M bags collec, WW
iftfs sugar; r llrewer it Co, CHMi bags sugar,
llcildes the dotiKII.- produce, which was
valued nt f.Vi.'.'GT.ii, fnielgu produce valued
at ?2ib.'.'u was shipped.
The John I'.na Is one of tho haudsomcht
ships In poit today, flie Is nniiKil after a
well known Ilnwtllin plantir and Isnwmd
principally In Ilonoliilu and Hun Francisco,
The sliaies were p'aeul ill f'.kl eaeli and In
consequence there aie more poi.ple interested
hi the vessel than In any oilier that comes to
this port. sue will dock at the seawall todav
and will tnke In stiffening loi l'ngu Sound.
At Tucomii she will load lumber for I'ort
l'irlc, la Austial u. 3 F Call.
The S f larlpoj-a, Ila.ward commander,
arrived early yesteidaj cCeuiinr. She sailed
from "ydney Aug M at ! p m. from Auck
land Sept r at i p in. and triini Apia -cpl U at
t) p in. For lliiiinlnlii. the Murlpixa brniiglit
U cases soap, T cac hore medicine, 2U cases
whikliy, 4 barrels nine, 11' eases dry goods, 7
cnicn fiHrdwnre, II ensis limes and 8 sacks
coioauuts. Tlie conslgneco ore: O W Mac
fnr' n 'ii'toii Drug Co, Miicfarlaue it Co,
1' G Camarlnos.
WlUINCJIMT. Sept 10.
OSS Mariposa, llayward, from the Colo
nics. Tiii'i4iitr. Sept. 17.
Am brig V U Invin, Willi uns, from San
TllLltsu.M, Sept. 17.
Am schr Transit, Jorgviihoc, for San Fran
elseo. OS S MarlDos'o, Hay waul, for San Frnn
ilsco. btmr Iwa, for Iloiiolnu.
YEH31XS LEAVING TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Kliiou, Chuke, lor Iluwall and
Am bk Foicst Qti-cn. Hasley, for Tugct
From tho Colonies, per OSS Marlra
S-pt 10 Ilr J W I.ollas. Miss Host! Yoi ng,
Missllattie Ai'dre nnil Mis Fllra Lawson.
For Sau Francisco, per S S ITirlposa, Sept
17--Mr and Mrs FK Tracy, Mrs Strong mid
daughter, Mrs J I.ucns, .frs W Hardy, Iiev
I)r Garvin and wife, II M Vauli gton and
wife, Miss C Wasson, K F Klshnp, A E W't't
rick. H fchaczleing. Miss Marrv Hardy. A F
llartwcll, Dr F Wetmore Mrs A F Cooke
and child, h C Slmrey.F A Jac hs, D Mason,
li C Viilerliime.
Vr:SRKI.4 IN I'OHT.
U S S Adams, Watson, San FiaucUco. '
(Coasters not iueludeil In this list.)
Haw stmr Ar.tee, Urown, Nannlmo.
Am bk Fori st Onm n. Ha- ey I'oit 1'owiisend.
Uuw Belli Noi i.i.i, Hosehi I, I'lenell Frigate
Am schrTrnnOI .lorgcmen, S F.
Ilrltbkl.nd.is Uivnii l.lrn I'd.
Foi;i:ia- vi-smio exfected.
Vessels V hero lroin Due
Am hktn KllkiUil Foil Gamble Duo
Am bUtn Mi Vilder....rt F. ... Due
(er bk II F (iladi ..I.nysan fsliiul. . ..Si pt So
Ger hi; J C (.hide, l.iveipiml.. . Novum bur li
Am bk Kdu i.id A!,-,,., lvv Yoil...A"g '
Am bk eniliiolu Vcu eatle Due
iir slip Klvi cli Nemabtlu. .. Due
Ger bk "Splen lli'eulei Aug o
Ilk Slladon Ni-vv castle Due
A m bk Cej Ion I'ort Gamble Due
Singers lend tho vorlcl. Over
13,000,000 mtulo nnd sold. High
est nwiirds at tho World's Colum
biiui ExpoHition for oxeellonep of
construction, rt'gulnrity of motion,
enso of motion, groat spood, ad
justability, durability, enso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Uorgorscn, agent,
King and Botuol shootH.
Continued from 1st Paijc.
RUNNING AGROUND, ETC.
Any yncbt running on shore,
or foul of a buoy, tcbsoI or othor
obstruction, may ubo hor own
anchors, boats, warps, etc., to get
off, but may not recoivo any as
sistance except from tho crow of
tho vessel fouled. Any auohor,
boat or warp used must bo taken
on board again before eho con
tinues the race.
FOULING YACHTS, JIAUK8, ETC.
Each yacht must go fairly round
tho courso; nnd must not touch
any buoy, boat or vessel used to
mark it out, but shall not bo dis
qualified it wrougfully compelled
to do so by another yacht.
Any yacht causing a mark vessel
to in any way shift her position
to avoid being fouled by such
yacht, shall bo disqualified". If n
yacht in consequotico of hor neg
lect of these rules, shall foul an
other yacht, or compel olhor
yachts to foul, she shall forfeit
nil claim to tho prize, and shall
pay all damnges.
MEANS OF PROPULSION.
No towing, sweoping, poling or
niiHliinrr. or nnv mndn of nromil-
ainii nvnnnl anila nllnll lin nllnn-tul '
siou except sails, snail be allowed.
A t. !... .1,,..:
" J;" "J imuuui uuuuj n iioxIIU. House eontalns eight rooms,
race, but must WOlgh her anchor 1!J Small House and Lot on Koaumoku
again, and not slip. No yacht "gh R,.
Shall, (luring a race, make fa8t to I SI Desirable Tract of "Cofleo Land on Ha
any buoy, stage or pier, or send wLTwo Stores on Nu.mnu si, opposite Ku
011 anchor OUt in a boat, except kul lane, ulso threo lodging houses in tho
for tho purpose of Elllo G. rinr of said stores eontalnlng !M rooms In all.
1 x The nbovo pays 10 per cent, and Is leastd to
responsible parlies for n terms of years.
Mr. Garvin's substitute in tho iO-A most desirable Home on Tliurston
i i n ni i i i ' nvonue. Large cronniis nnd benutiful How
pastorato of tho Christian church, crBnrucn; ho,, funiished tUronBhout iu
Mr. Mill) roe, is expected by tho liardwood with nil latest iuiprovciiiontn.
brigontino W. G. Irwin just ar- Excolleut view of tbo city nud oceuu, nud
:..F. ii.- !.. ii Tr ono which cannot be cut off.
ri iug as me iuaripuba iuku mi. i
...:1.A. .v,l. '
triCKOt matcll (
There will bo a
What with canaigrc, coffee
and sugar plantations and rice
as an issue the demand for
plantation tools is growing
apace. Tho clearing of coffee
land requires more tools, or as
inany, at least as
land fur cane. Every first
class store should carry a
stock of them but not all of
thorn do. Ours is as completo
in theso lines as others,
there is nothing in the
Plantation Tools as everything
else you know what that
Then there's the price. Our
method of buying means low
price in selling. Wo have a
small prpfit that satisfies us
and you. For Hoes, of every
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho place. Wo nre
prepared to fill any order from
a single article to a hundred
Thoro is a handsomo piece of
property, 70x100 foot, on tho cor
ner Prospect and Hackfold streets
It is all fenced rendy for building
and water pipes aro laid on. En
ijuiro of II. M. Dow.
3 Two Stores on Nunnnu street.
4 Lot on Magazine. Hill, 120x2Vjt feet,
commanding an excellent view of the city
5 Lot on Hackfcld street, 80x100.
G A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable Residence at Maktkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on 1'unclibowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of $105.
This property Is 210 feet on Punchbowl strcc,
with a depth of 232 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
lor 4 or 5 more cottages. The central loca
tion of the property makes it most available.
U House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
70xlt!o ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent bargain for a homo seeker,
Tho house Is elegantly finished and of tho
best workmanship and materials. There Is a
carriage house and bum on the premises and
the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Flue Residence centrally located,
containing IS rooms. Lot 120x200 ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 '. Acres ofLnnd in Kalllil valley, OVal
klki side). A stream of water Hows along
this laud. A bargain.
14 A Coicmodlous Residence on Ha9lnger
street, lilted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Ill House and Lot on Ilcrctanla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot WisHS.
17. Fine Residence on Dcrctntiln street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllcc,
IS. A House aim Lot on Vomit: street.
10 llouso and Lot corner Victoria and
BcrCtallin Streets, Opposite TllOUiaS SllUlirc.
)ln,eu coutainso rooms, sizeofiot looxsuo.
Ul House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ut the Key. Mr, Hyde. Lot
27 Llirg0 1)t nnd Commodious Dwcl-
linson Uicon htrect. coiuuuiiiitiiig un uii'
linn on Ginon htnpt. eolumiilldillL'
obstructed view of tho city nud harbor. No
ci,oici;r roaUcuco In to bn hud in tho city
even uy tue most iuhikiiouk.
aa A Kuw House ot seven rooms wun
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants quarters nnd stables. One block
from ear line at i'liuahoii.
20- Only 4 of those Lots left near Kameha
HO Two Houses and Lots on l.lllha atieet.
Ill An 18 Acre 'tract of Land at Kulihl
suitable for dividing tip Into building lots.
oJ A House and Lot on Alakeu street.
33 A Beautiful Uulldlng Lot at Kalllil,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
84 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue. 240x125. lmvliiL' a lrontacc on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the city and harbor.
'AS A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Clam Spreckels.
hll Elegant lieach l'ropcrty at Walklkl.
38-The only CI10ICK LOT left at Muktkl.
It ndjclns the rctddcnco of J A Gllmunnnd
the residence sites of W L Hopper, H Laws,
and Dr Wood.
42 Lot 75x150 New houo of 8 rooms,
elegant y ilnished; servant sipiarters, carriage
house. Mables. e'c. at the corner of Alapnl
, and Quarry sticets. Good view of the oi can.
4H Three houses of 0 rooms ench, all rcnl
preparmg'cd to good tenants. Lot 11 0 feet on Here-
Klnau street, and u frontage on the latter
street of loo feet. Good opportunity for In
vestment. 41-Lot on Mnklkl street, 7."-xIIo Cheap.
45 House and lot on Peterson Lane, I'a
lnuia. House contain- 0 loom'. Lot 75x110.
40 Dwelling Huui-e of U rooms, titled with
all modern conveniences. Lot lk.'ixllO.
Situated at l'alama.
47 Vacant Lot on Walklkl Koad, 100x110.
U lln.. 1 I .... v.. ........ ........,
- i 3 uwuai; ituu l.ui. nil .minium, oiitv,.
House contains ch.-ht furnished looms.
I Veiy conveniently located near the business
center of the city.
I ail P,.,i,it ltf.aliti.npnnt Villinliilll. Hnlisn
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot loox'joo, nicely planted wllhfiultaud
Noticis: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the above property lor purchasers desiring
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of thu value.
1 Warehouse on Esplanade.
2 A Store on Fort btrtet next to Club
a A Furnished Cottage inn good location
for two or three tnontlii.
4 - IIoUKt) uuil Lot, 100x2:iO, on Lane off
School struct, adjoining Kuuluwelii school
houuo. I'urlor, 3 bo.lrootnR, dining-room,
kitchen, pimtiy. butliliouso, uiuringu liout-e,
Ktiiblo and outbuilding. Kent $2f ier
5- A Beautiful Su.upicr Uesldcnce at the
1'eliiusula, l'enrl City, ompletely furnished:
five rooms and servi.'i ' ' i;ietrters. Will rent
cheap to a (leslrublu tin i it The lot Isovir
an acre In size and ..e'l lulit out, and com
mands n beautiful view of the harbor,
0 Stoie lloom, fi'ixlS S'.'.l per nlonth.
driveway Into It. Uerctunla street, uar of
City Feed Store.
7 1'lueu gioiiud SO feet fiont, on Dcicta
nla strict, next to City Feed Stoic Will
erect good store on ground and lease A year
at 8 a) pur'moiith.
K A Furul'lad Kcsldcneo on King street
In n difl'al.le loeallly.
0 A l'aitly Furnished licsldonco at Walkl
kl, next to tint residence of J M McClicsuey.
AVIU rent by the mouth or will lease to a
disliiible pa'ity, Fiuo sen bathing.
10 I'urnWfed Cottaiu for eouplo at Wal
klkl, seivautk' quarters, stables, etc. $25 per
mouth, long lease.
11 Large Hall on Emma stiect, ground
floor. Any society wishing u ciulet location
will do well to sec this.
A. V. G-EAK,
210 King stieet.
For Sale or Lease
TEJouse and Xjot!
On tho comer of Victoria and Green
!5T Apply to
3S2-tf AIITHUR nARlUSON.
SEPTEMBER 17, 1896.
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1S06, ftlOGfiJfi.lG
Monoy Loaned on Approved Secnrity.
A Bavinps Bank for Monthly Deposits.
Honaes iiullt on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Scries of Stock now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce Itooms.
Qfllco hours, 12:.10 1.30 P.M. 373-tf
BRUCE O ART WRIGHT,
General Manager of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for tho flawnilan
On"ry: Merchant Rtroot, Honolulu.
ATLAS --.-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. w. Schmidt & boms,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for nil kinds of STONE
WOltK, monument work, cement nnd
stone hidownlkH nud curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hnwniinu Btouo, Chinese
gruiiito, oto. Fino Ktono for monnmcntiil
work. Estimnlcs given nud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
Consoliflated Sola Water Co., L'J
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
tSOLLISTER & CO.,
Hotel St.. npnr Fort. Tel. 802
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEKK AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appruisemont of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Iticlmrds Streets.
tf 8harncn Tool? and Cuttln Knives,
GiindsBurKlcal Iiutrutucnts to Order, File
Saws, etc., etc. 401-tf
Hawaiian and Foreign Ulrds and Animals
mounicu in tne oesi manner, ileum tin) latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr McGrow.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Kuuauu Valloy, nbove tho Mausoleum.
All orders Riven prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho city. Lois,
Mountain Greens nnd Carnations n spe
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H. I,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Donlers in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Materials of all
Quoon Rtreot, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Morokunt Stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
Over fin Wftiian Newp Company's
Book Htoro. my 13.
M. S GIUNBAUM & CO.,
Qiidou Btrcet, Ilonoliilu, nnd 215 Front
btrtct, Buu Fmiicihco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commissiwi Merchants.
H. 1EA.CKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.'
M: 'PHILLIPS & CO,,
""Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbora ol
European and American Dry Goods.
Fovt nud Queen Streets.
Stenmors ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. 8. Wm nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From flydney nnd Both, for Victoria nnd I From Victoria anil Vancouver, II. ., to
Vancouver. It. U.t I Hnvn ami Hyilnoy!
Stmr "WAB1UMOO" September 24 ' Stmr "WATUUMOO" October 10
Stmr "MIOWLHA" October 24 Stmr "MIOWEltA" November 10
8tmr "WAltlUMOO" November 24 Stmr "WAHIUMOO" Dectmbcr 10
Stmr ' 'MIOWEltA" December 24 Stmr "MIOWEll A" January 10
Through TlrlcctH Issued front Honolulu to Cunntln,
United States nnd Europe.
yiiciuiiT and rA8SENOF.li ao i:;ts:
D. MoNicoTjIi, Montreal, Ganadu.
ltonERT Kkhii, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. 8TEnN, San Froucisco, Cnl.
Q. MoL. Bhown, Vaueouver, B. O.
For San Francisco:
Tbo Now and Fiuo Al Stcol Steamslup
" Monowai "
Ot tbo Oceanic Stenrasbip Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Oct. 15, 1896.
And will leave for tbo nbovo port with
Mnils and Passengers on or about tbnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stee StenmBbip
Ot tbo Oceonio StenmHhip Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Snu Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 189G.
Aud will liavo prompt despatch with
MaiJB tiud Pftwengors for tbo nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
'( tiroufrh Tickets to AH Points
in the United States.
CSpFor further particulars regarding
Fieight or PaBsngo npply to
WW. G. IRWIN & CD., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Sept. 28, 1890
Oct. 20, 1890
for S. F.
..Oct. 3, 1890
.Oct. 28, 1890
From 0an Francitco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Sau Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alumeda, Sopt 21,'9fi I Jlonowni.Oct IS'91
MnnpoBH, Oct 22, '90 Alnmeiln.Nov 12,90
A LIFE SIZE
Qns Dssbr Photos of Ihs Sittsr
tSTIs tho LATEST OFFEIt we have
Portrait and Landscape
FORT ST K TG RT.
,., 320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker aud Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic Steamsmii Go.
Australian Hail Service.
Oceanic Sieamsli Go.
C3? For Froight nud Pubs ago and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for tho Ilnwaiinn Islands.
Occilental & OFieatal Sleainsblp Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG J
Steamers of tbo nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tbo
aliovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr City of Poking. ...Sept 28,1800
Stmr Dorio Oct. 7, 1HSW1
StmrUelgio Oct. 24, 1890
For SAN FHANCISC0:
Steamers of the nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way from
uongKong nnu lOKoiinmn to tlio above
port on or nbout the followiucdntea:
StmrChlun Sept. 25, 1810
Ktmrtoru Oct. 12, 890
Stmr Coptic Oct. 20, 1890
Kates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONO
Cnbiu 8150.00 8175.00
Cnbin, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 202.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 illO.25
European Steorngo.... 85.00 100.00
CSSTPohBeuKorB pnying f.ull faro will bo
nllowcd 10 pci-ceut oil" return faro if ro
turning within twelve months.
C3JFor Frciuht nud Passngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
C. L. WIGHT, Pics. S. 1). KOSE, Bee.
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSiipU
Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
Laliainn, Jla.iluea lluy nnd M .kenn tho
sumo day; Mnhukonu, Kawnihno nnd Lau
paboelioe the following day, arriving at
llilo tho same evening.
LKAVKS UOKOI.UT.rj. AnRlVES HONOLULU.
Krldnv Sept. 18
"Tnesd-iy ...Sept 20
Friday Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20
Fridny Sept 25
TucHdity i x't. 0
Friday Oct. 1G
Tueailuy . . . .Oct. 20
Itcturnini, will lenvo Hilo nt I o'clock
P. M., touehlug at Luupnhoehoe, Mnhu
konn uiul Kuwaihiio mme day; Makena,
Mtulaen liny and Luhalna tho following
day; nrriritig at Honolulu the QfternoonB
of luosdny and Fridnys.
Win Wh nt Pohoihl, Pnna.
C?"No Freigltt will bo received after
12 noon on day of Bailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tnesdny nt 5 p.m.)
touching nt Knhulni, linna, J bun on nnd
Kipahnlu, Muni, heturuiug anivcu at
Honolulu SuimIiiv mornings.
Will cull at Nun, Knupo, on second trip
of each month.
&fNo Freight will be received r.ifcr
r. M. ou ilay of hailing.
Tliis Compuuy will rcuftrvcn the right to
make changer, in tho time of departure and
arrival of its f.teiuuerB without notion and
it will not be icspontiiWu for any conse
queneert ntirfiug tlieiefrom.
CouHigueeH iiniht lie at the Landings to
receive their Freight; thin Company will
not hold itself rcripouriitile for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live ptook only nt owner'n rink.
Tliis Company will not bo lespousiblo
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho caie of Pursers.
Pasbeiigera mo rciuiebtcd to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thoso fuiliiig to
do bo will bo subject to nu additional
chnrgo of twenty-live per cont.
To Let or Lease.
THE tESlDFNOE OF MRS. A, LONG,
one mile fioni postofllco. Largo liouso with
furniture. Four lied rooius, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, hoi so pnddock,
garden and trees. A charming locution.
Apply to J ALFltFI) MAGOON.
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