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,,-..-, v. iX to C O IH IVt K II C I A Ij . iit'ii.t if nt lohy.n. f.ih. ti. Thi-iffr s to iii- ilHt pervading th"" tinslness portion "( Hi comciinllr sililcli we trust Is but the In dlcator and forernrmsr of a eaon that shall permanent In lis results of commercial nttlvlty. We have "tcrinalntelntd (lint Ihu steady employment of 11, o Iibfintif; and mechanical clan of our community nrtst act beneficially upon the bnslnesi poitlon, nd whit'- we at times lltlngnnder this period of subitan tlarimproveinentmay forget the benefits (hat ate nc- ! urn ritntint Iffnore til. f.1ct. when WC Lbe sober thought, it the vast change for the belter onr city and suburbs show for the past year etcn, and with building aetiirlly as promising as It la for some time to comi. ve see ample cround for aallaf&tlon at our steadily Improrlni; condition. In shipping movements tho arrWIi from the Coart have brought fnll and varied cargoes of general rods and Coast produce, though In advices we hate nothing later than was reeelred by last ateamer. We look fr th arrival of the Ceylon from Hoton at an early dale, with a full cargo to llrewcr Co, and In he course of a few weeks the V. H. Thompson from tirvt Vork to f'astle A t'ooke Theso cargoes of j:at ern gools Mill donbtlee bo early placed on the market a id In suppljIngTIantatiot orders lor tneir winia or the coming season. The outward cargo of th City of tlombay fir San Francisco amounted t U.7!H 13 all of which was for domestic produce oxept $) Wis look unnlher of thohiavysUKarcargoes.ua. l.T76.'." lb, besides &V Osilbs rico, II.HV, lbs wool and 11,315 gals, molasses. To-day .Mr. Adams will sell at hla miction rooms, at nioii. the lease of several parcels of real estate In c 'ntral location on Hotel Htreel. belonging to the lltir rona Kstate, . . PORT OP HONOLULU. Arrlvoil. Oct 8 McliKaulkeaonll, from Krhalale.e Sch Mary Foster, from l'nnaluu f-cli l.lhollho. from Hnnnapu Hch Wallele, from Mallko Nch Waldll, from I'aauhau Hch Lealil. from llnnolpo Hell I'aunlil, from Walanae Hcli Mile Morris, from Molnkal -Am sch Annie V. Ilrlggs, Forbes, SI daya from I'nrtlaml, II. , .. , Htm l.lkllke, from Hawaii and Maut r-tm I' It lllshnji, from Kauai 10 llrltbk Iidjr l.nmpton, Mnraon, l.'SS days from Han Francrrco Hch Warwick, from Kalanpapa II Htm lunlaril, from Kan. Knna and Maalaea 13-Ain sch Cntsle Ilayrtard, 1.0 Italllstcr, l'J daya from Humboldt Htmr .las Makee, from Kauai 'IB Moll Vnhnalii, Iron Kauai II hell .li'iiule W.illirr, Hnacke, fiom Fannlng'a la 1& Htmr KIUiicii Hon. from Maui. Hliftr I.ehua. from liana and Molokal ID hlmr Kllanen lion, from Knliulnl Ambk ltcteieMcIntyrc, from Nanalmo Snilnil. Oct 10 Am lern Sadie I'. Caller, Larset. for I' Town'd Htmr I.ehua. for Molokat nud Ilaun li-Hlmr l.lkellke, for Maul and Hawaii Htmr l.lluiieaHnn, for Knliulnl Htmr f It lllshop, for Kauai Hc.li Warwick, for Kalaupnpa 13 Stm lualanl, for Maalaea Kona and Kail llrlt ship Clly of llomlmy Lowell, fur S F Htmr Jan Makee, for Kauai Voaaolsj ill Port. llairbk lolanl, (larrels llrlt bglnc Surprise. Am hk Kmerald, Lord Haw bk Kalukatia, Jeitka AM bkmo I'.iirrkft, Kmerson llrlt stm yacht Wanderer, Oorden Am sell Annie V Ilrlggs. Forbes llrlt bk I.adv I.amoson. Marslon Am sch U.iAsIo Hayward, l.c ilalllstcr 11 aw sell .ieunlo Wnlkc Knacko Vcaaela) Expooto J n ITnnoluln. from Fox-nip?) Porta. Am bk Ferris H Thompson, roller, New York, doe Oct 10-15 t'astlo A Cooke, Agents Am bk (Vjlun, Ilallilt, Iloston, duo Oct K-10 C. llrewer tt Co. Agents JlrltslilpMr I.ancelollv.i Hhnrtland, Olasgow, due Nov Sit-', l. W Maefarlane Co. Agents. Am hk Carbarleit, Hngiklns, New York, due Oct 25-30, Castlo .1 Cooke. Agents Oer bl. Adonis, Uremia, to sail In Aug. II. Hack- feld A Co. Agents, Am bk Ilevere, Mclnlyie, Departure Hay, duoOrt KM5. Am bgtne llnrard, Miller, Ilcrartnrc Hay, for Kahulul, clue Oct 15-W Ambk Jenliy Pltla. Hletcrt, Port (Iambic, for Malm- kona, dun Oct 11-20. 11. It. II. Co. Agents. . Ilr bk Kelirnyd, New Castle, N. M. W., to sail about N nt M, Wilder A Co, Agents. AmbkC I) Wlillmnre, Hhlllaber, l)parturo Hay, II Hackfld .V Co, Agents Am bk Amy Turner, Newell, New York, duo Jan 15-20, C llrewcr t Co, Agents Am bktno W II Dlmond, Hniullell, Han Francisco, for lioliiilul, line Oct 1VJI, W (1 Irwin .1 Co Agents. Am bktno Kiln, Drown. Han Francisco, due Oct 2J-.T0. U Hrewer A Co, Agents Am licUie C'oiisncln. Ilownnl, Han Francisco, for Kn- hnlul, duo Oct 15-a) llrlt ship Dukoof Abrrcorn, , Liverpool, tosatl mld- dlo hept. Agents Am bk lliteim Vista, Cnlhoun, Port Gamble, due Oct 15- Wl II Hackfelil A Co, Auents Am bklue Kllkltat, Robinson, Port Gamble, duo Oct 15- :v, II Hackfuld A Co, Agents Am bk t'niiideii, hnanton. Port (lamble, duo Oct 53-30, II Iliickfcld A Co, Agmta P M H H Cllr of New York, Cobb, Sydney, due Oct SI, c II llackreld A Co I'M H S Australia, Cnrglll, Kan Francisco, due Oct, II llnckfeld.t Co fit. MEMOBNDA. llcport of I.ndy Lnmpson, Capt Marstnnt Left San Franelsio Hept. 25th, at 'J i. in., strong SW wind, and ao continued until thoS'Jtli; iturlng Die time wo ran TT7 miles: from thence to port had light winds from NW toHK: HlgbtedMaulnldatllghl on tho loth Inst, nnil passed Diamond Head lit 10 p. in. snmo ilnto. Mooil on and on mull Hie lllh, and was then boarded by pilot. Pussugo 15. il.iys. SHIPPING NOTES. Tho Amerlcnu schooner Annie F. Ilrlggs arrived from Portland. Oregon, last Hundiiy with n cargo of salmon, Ac, is bleb she Is discharging at Hie obi Custom IIouso wharf, after which shewlll return to Portland. The Hawaiian bk Kalakaua. nt llrewer A Co's wharf has ftnlslml discharging lit r cargo, and Is now ready for freight for Han Franclsdo, for which port she will rail lu about two we4k. 'I he llrlt bk Lady I.ampson arrived oil' the port tart Moud.iy eviitlng 15)( tlnya from Hun Francisco and wae towetl Into port on Tuesday morning. Mm bronght dowusomo fine horses, birds, fowls, Ac. bhe Is dis charging nt ltrewtr A Co' whatf. The Ambk Emerald I" still discharging lumber nt llrewcr A Cn's ivlinrf, Hho will return to tha Hound the latter part of neil week. We have 'noticed that the above ti'sscl has raised her flag at half-mast eervdsy tlneo Ihu receipt of tho news of President Uorlk'ld s dialh. The Am sehnourrCnssle llaywardlsat the Esplanade opposite the Custom House discharging a cargo of lum ber from HiiiuIhiIiH, The Am bktno Eureka Is discharging a general cargo of merchandise at the old Hlinmshlp wharf, hho will return In Han Francisco lu about ten daya. The Hawaiian bk lolanl Is at the foot of Htm I.lki llkc'adock. Miowlll probably nil for ban Francisco to-day or to-morrow. Thu llrlt yacht Waudcrer Is nt anchor lu the stream painting, Ac. The next mall from Han Francisco may be looked for by tho bktno Ella, about Saturday or bunday next. A Captain nf one of the packets In port says he will take passengers loHau Francisco for two dollars per pound 011 what they gain on tho paongo over. Thu Am schooner Anna. Pcnhallflw,arrhed at Kahulnl on the Tin lust, from han Franelsco. The tern lltra, Mclntjre, Is at Kahulul discharging coal. IMPORTS. From Hau Franrlsco, per Eureka, Oct H Clio F Welle.Ucas machluesi E P Adaius.a cs clothing,! es dry goods; M J Hose, 1 balo netting; 6 cs diugs: E Holluiaii.Hcadtugs; A rt Cleghorn A Col 40 es dry cokIs; II May A Co, I ca groceries. MAIaks teed.tAlsksj U D llereer. 1 Iron safe, S cs scales, a cs bells; Dilling ham A tV.Mcaollt H Magnln, IT IT cs dry goods: J Dow sett, 1 bales Uigs,?3 hiys, lu) bales hay; M Mclu crny, Hcsshlrls, See uatstTH Uatles, liu pkga Iron ware, !M sks barley; Lew era A Cooke, S,M) ft lumber, bcaindseiTJ Mossinan, Ij pkgt crockery, sa pkgs groc; C F Wolfe, 150 sks bran; Holies A Co, Vi pkgs potatoes and onions; tl W Jinks, KMI r w posts; 0 tucas, !W,0U brick, 11 Hegelkeu, 71 kkgs stoves; M Phillips A Co, IK pkgs goods and clgais; A W Ilush, lUpkgagroe; llMiian A Uros; 110 pkgs cordage and U pkgs cottoni W (I Irwin A Co, I'M pkgs tea; Hack feld ACo; Wbbls salmon, 1 horse, 'A car wheels, I !' iron, I bales rubbcrt Wilder A Co, H pkgs h warn: J T Wenoun, 31 ska wheat, 1 x indse; Cauls A Cooke, b ca drugs, '.7 pkea h ware, ail sks flour, 65 sks and go ca potato's. 104 sks barley, Ii pkgs butler, 1014 pkgs grov and feed; K O Hall A Hon. tit pkgs h ware; Sott A l'o,V3 pkgs stoics; (I W Maefarlane A C, 1 bar steel id 1 11kg each to 0 II lllshop, K Nordburg, T lltonn, and i pkg Is a II Mellls and TVi pkgs to CUIuesonrais. From Portland, O., per Annie F Ilrlggs, Oct 10 II Hackfeld A Co, lri pkgs salmon, lui cs bread and craikera; Castle A Cooke, 55 bbls salmon, VtUsks pota tot; I. bbl pork, .Mrs Dickson, 1 cs apples; W 11 lrwlu A Co, t VU ska Hour. UD is bread. From Han Fiaiictsco, per lady jruiumi, Oct 11 Hyman tiros. Ides fuliiltuie. IH pkgs u h itlccts. 4 ca shoes, 'Jcsrlgarrrltes. I range; llculou, lleteus A Co, !W0 sks barley, t ca d goods, 6T pkgs groc; U ri Cuci ulns, gcsihalrs. '' cages tilrds; E P Adams, 1 ca plate, I bale. fi-MherstTO 'Itirum, 5 ra books, 4 rs leather goodst W tl Irwin A Co, ti likga h ware, 1 balo hoe, 1 esd good, bi Pkgs gioc. t wagon; W O hnillh. UO psga h h edit la; K lloil.liliivir A Co, l'J c clocks; Holllsler A Co. 10 bbla sugar. 8 pkgs croc, 4 ca clgais; Hrown A Co, fOca whiskey MrLian llros, lies drugs; It 11 Ulg nail. Itpkexilvcts, J N Paly lu ca wlue; 0 Oeita, II cs shoes; . S liilubamu A Co. lies luls.acs d goods. uriHJuis , 1 uutr a v u. u psgs uuuoa ; t 11 Am&f s kgs liquor, I sks tttd; C llrvuer A Co,-) lank gssollur, 115 sks fed, hi bales bag 414 bbls salmon 150 bale hay, bS sks Uirlcy, 1 sks meal Ulrs broad, 1 pkg d goods, Ul m brick; bll Hamon, Itckt crockery, fl 1A0. groc. 4 ca ttw tj llllliughau A Co.HO cs glassware, 5 pkg powder, 73 pkgs h ware and stores, & bales hay; J 11 Ueiiiiuly, 1 phaeluu, W tl lrwlu, U sks potato and ouloua 1 J l Whitney, 4 cs denial Instruments; llu A Co. llsktfvnt,Spkga furniture, I Iruuk; II Oaley, Upkgstdectsi w PTol.r.Siarilsses.'4hoi.e,((T pkg erteel., TAJ sks leid. V5 Ualia bay; T 1) Morris, IT sks fewl, lA fowls, 1 horse, I carl, 11 Lucas. I Ix bees; J Campbell, I deer; C J Flshel, 4 cs d goods; F llslcb. 1 nkxt J DcKlJ.lpkjs; Mlsa Judd. II 11 Austin, l)r Mc ilpiw, II W Lewi tech 1 pkg aud TVtt pkg to Chlnsa Arm. From Kurds, per Caisle lliywarJ, Oct. lh Allen A ItoUusou. tsj.'-W felt rough lumber; l,lG&i,U feet 11 faced lumber. To Master , W sks poUt, u cs 1'igars, v-i ti loosccu; n rumi a a wv, i Pkgs tobacco: I. Way M pkg HuiMIng material; (1 W Mac firlaus A Co. tuck, beer; Dllllugham A Co, W bl shot, VI pigs oils. 4Mk. C04I1 Dulles J-, Co, gS pl.g oil. It ptga ship chandlery 1 W E Foster, f pkgs leather; OiJsr.lJl'i sks nii-,TK Foster, bales soils, doi KXPOKTS. Ff Port Tom nTil tc-fail'f 1 Ci'li-, Oct lu-Ilil last nt.d iti r"S al 1 oiM -ii, JIW I'or Ban Jrancts-o. pcrtity of nomrnj-.Oct 11- I.T7B, 2"sJ lbs snpsr, lt.SIR glls l.fbhtstes, II, Hi lbs wool, HI.IMI lb lice. Val IlomvglSMII J M Val For, $21. PA$!ENdF.RS. 'From Han Krnncti''6, per Enreka, Oct, Oth James T White, Frank MrSaenry, W ' Klng,J I. Mesurk. From Pdrtfand, per Annie F IlilgRt, October 10th (1 Otlllck. From Han Francisco, per.I.ady Lnmpsnn. October II. O W lliown. .1 I) Morris, W Hrown, It J Wlgnall, and wife, I'.llta Nell For Windward Forts, per t.lkellkc, Oct. tlth-MIss Alexander, .1. II. Atheiton. M T JJonncll, W V I'osne, Mrs Poirhe, T II Katies, F. HaMcad, V II Jackson..! 0 (Hide, W r pjrko, S i; Mann, Miss Farter, Miss Sever ance, T J Itavsclden, Mrs Wright, I) Vernon. BIRD. nUI.LFOIIDS-In this city. Oct lllh 1HM, .! It. rk'LLrnirj, alias I'mcr, a resident of these Islands for the past tncnty.slr years, a native nf New Haven, Conn. Aged W years. New Hivcn papers please lopy. Till. MATIJItllAI l'ltl-SS Publlihcd for the HATunnsT Pnnss Association by IIOHKIIT OIUUVK, Hook, Job and General Printer, Honotnln, II. I. Notices of any events of Interest transpiring on Ihe other Islands will air. ays be thankfnlly received for publication. Correspondents arc requested to append their true names to all communications, not for publi cation necessarily, but as a guarantee that the writer Is acting In good faith. SATURDAY PKESS. OGTOllKll 16, 1881. FACTS OF THE EECENT POOL GAM BLING. Tlio arrest and (rial of II. II. Dales for an attempt to leave tlio Kingdom without a pass, port, naturally revives tlio snbjeot of tlio " Pool mania, " laloly so prevalent liero, nnd the trickery that has gono hand in hand with turf jumbling generally, Prior to the dcpartnro of tho City 0 Sitlnty for AnstraHn, orders of nrrcst wero isined at tho instigations of P. II. Tripp (saddler) nnd Captain A, N. Tripp, for debts claimed by tho plaintiffs for tho respective stuns nf $1)0 87 and SCOO, tho first ntnomit being duo for mer chandise in part nnd in part, upon a nolo of hand to M. J. Koso, which had been tiana forrcd to P. II, Tripp; nild tho second, on amount of stnkca alleged to have been fraudulently gotten from tho stako-holdor in n rnco to havo como off between tho horses Itoinping Girl and Stanford Oolt which was not run. A brief history of this projected raco may enable tho render to judge bolter as to tho merits of the chargo brought, and upon which the claim is founded. This raco was arranged for a certain day ; but tho managers of tho Park having deemed it adviBablo to closo the track for a time, covering tho day of tho in tended rnco and having notified the parties thereto to this effect, it was generally Bup poBed to bo " off, " at least for tho lime. Per mission to tiso tho track waB roftiBcd to tho backers of Stanford Colt up to 0110 o'clock p.m. of tho appointed day, nt which hour a reuowed application was mado tlicrelor. I)y sciino means, howovor, tho maro Itoinping Girl was got upon tlio track on tho day and tit tho hour originally appointed for tho event ; nud, tbcro being 110110 of tho backers of tho other Horso picscnt, judges wero chosen by tho backers of Itompiag Girl. These, in their turn, ordered tho maro to bo cantered around tho track, and then declared her tho " winner of tho raco and monoy; " and tho stakos wero paid to II. II. Hides accordingly. Wo aro not familiar with tho codo that gov erns tho raco track, cither horo or tlsowhcrc; but if such dealings as theso wo havo just detailed, aro in keeping with its provisions, it would certainly scorn about timo for honest nnd ordor loving people, to cntor a determined protest aguiust its further tolerance. Simply as an occasional pastimo, fairly conducted, perhaps there aio no very serious objections to borso racing: but when it baa nothing better to recommend it than tho suppoit it gives to a class of inon who havo no mora regaid for law or anything manly, than a low dread of im- tnediato conacquouccs can iuspiro, it has bc como a, nuisance, and as such, should bo com mitted by tho strictest enforcement of all legal enactments. It has been responsible for many frauds of a glaring nature, whereby un suspecting porBons havo bectt great losers pecuniarily, mid vexing and expeusivo litiga tions havo been a consequence Knvy and ill-feeling, amounting in somo instances to an intensity of hatred that has found vent in per sonal violence ato also to bo laid to its charge-, as well as a widor spread partisan ill-will which still lurks for an opportunity. For tho good of tho community it is neces sary that law and order should prevail, and we do not beliovo our authorities will bo Black under tho piescuco of public sentiment, in meeting out justice to such as present them selves for uotico in pooling fraud. And it ii to be hoped that tho end of them is nut far off, or tho timo distant, when people who can adopt no mora houoiablo calling than that of swindling their fellows on horso flesh, will, by a proper cotirso of action, bo induced to leavo tho country if heie, or remain away if intending to como. In another caso which occurred lately, n written deciscion unauimously given by' tho judges, was entirely ignored, and tho money paid to tho backer of a losing horse upon thu backer's repicscutntion tintloincd by an intotcstcd friend, to tho effect that tho homo hud won, acd a guarantee lu writing that tho monoy should bo refunded in case tho decision should be otherwise than as re presented. Thu monoy has not yet been re turned, and litigatiuu will probably bo resorted to for its recovery. OUR DRINKING WATER. When our t jpa aro boing frequently so stop, ped up viitlt iiiosawtud other accuiuululiuns not natural to sound flowing water as has been (he caso lately, it is a imturul inferenco that tho water works nf the city aro uot in its good a condition m they might bo; and if any 0110 is responsible for tho bad condition referred to, It ii certainly timo aouio exertion was be ing used to rectify the evil. Thcro aro taps in certain localities that ueod tho aid of un ex hausting pump every few days in order to ob tuin uny water ut all, which is a great incon venience ; and not less objcctiouallo from u hygienic point of view. 'I hero exifcU hydrauta at various points for " flushing " tho pipes, and thu dealing them of filthy ami uuvtholciomo obstruction; and their tfikiency xehen uttd, cannot bo doubted by any onu who ha witnessed the amount of matter both orgnuio and inorganic, living and dead, which i discharged through them. Kor can wo doubt tho necessity of moro ,fr qucnt flushing, when wo look at tha filth that is often extracted by the exhausting pump when applied to our Upu. Wo hope for tho jjcncr.il Rood, tliat inealis 111.17 lie niloplcil Alicrcny 8IICI1 objection, an liavo been nttcrcil may lie, liereaftcr. tcudetcd unnecessary. The existing prevalcnCo of fever ami oilier disoases of probable malarious origin, h cer tainly not likely to bo abated by tlio necessi tous tiso of contaminated drinking w.ilr. A RECENT TRIAL. Tho crim. con. caso of H. Ilrlggs vs. .T. It. 31111s, recently tried In court was ono in which damages wero claimed to tho amount of 10,000. The jury, a'ffcr a brief deliberation, awarded tho sum of 82,000, tho verdict being unanimous. Suits of this kind havo been raro in otir courls ; for what particular reasons, howovor, it would not bo 'crnay to determine, as facts of n character analogous to those which havo led to tho prosecution in question, havo only been too common in o'.tr community. Pcrhapi tho inadequacy of any pecuniary nwnrd likely to bo mado an compensation for tho alienation of a wifo's affections, nnd the intense huinili.t tioTi that must nccompany tho idea of being looked upon by tho world ns rt cuckold, may deter many from resorting to nulls at law, especially when such actions add so greatly to tlio publicity that a. sensitivo nnturo would wish iiiont to avoid. In so much ns such n, feeling might bo the result of a cultivated and refined sensibility it is worthy of respect; but equally ns much is it to bo deplored if result ing front n want of appreciation of tho sacred natiiro of tho matrimonial bond, nnd the brutifthnoaa that can readily supply tho placo of an alienated spouse with ihn mero thought that other women exist. Hut, whichever of these considerations best supplies 011 explana tion of tho fact that nets of thu nature- of thoso alluded to aro bo often allowed to go by de fault, or a partial reparation, in only some times obtained by dlvorco, tho fact ramains, that tho blankest of villainy is too often al lowed lo go unpunished, As was rcmaikcd by tho cnunsol for tho plaintiff, in cases of this sort, it is natural that nun should look to tho punishment of tho offender, and if it be not nffurded in coin Is of law, it will, in cases, bo ndmiuistcicd by tho party aggrieved poihapa in violenco and bloodshod ; and in proportion to tho estcoin in which tho sundered wife has been held, will the thiist for vengcanco bo deep. In a gen eral Benso and in civilized Bociety, perhaps no misfortuno to which persons nro liable, is cap able of entailing n greater amount of misery than that of seduction ; nnd from this con sideration it is that in other countries, cnor mous nwards havo snmctimea been mado to injured parties, amounting in instances to tho almost total beggary of tho offender. "The injury is three-fold to tho woman, to her family, and to the public." And as Paloy says : " Upon tho whole, if wo purstio tho effects of seduction through tho complicated misery which it occasions, and if it bo right to ostimato crimes by tho mischief they know ingly produco, it will appear something tnoro than moro invectivo tn hssert, that not one half of tho crimoB for which inon sulTcr death by tho laws of England nro so flagitious as this." A PHASE OF THE CHINESE QUESTION. Tho San Francisco. HuUelin of tho 1 lth of last mouth has an editorial with tho cheorful titlo " The Doom of tlio KanaknB," in which it quotes from dispatches of tho former Vice Consul and tho present Minister Resident of tho United Stales at Honolulu, to tho Slato Department at Washington, respecting tho rapid influx of Chincso into this Kingdom. Tho former gives expression to tho opinion that, from tho present aspect of things, only n few years will elapse before tho Hawaiian Kingdom becomes virtually n Chincso Colony. Ho adds, "unless restrictive moasurcs are taken by this Government, in a few years tho Chincso will outnumber tho nativo popula tion," Gen. Comly, undor dato of April 11, 1881, writes to tho Department: "1 think it safo to say that thcro aro now nearly 14,000 adult malo Chincso in tho Kingdom, nnd that thoy compriso moro than half of all tlio adult population of all races whatsoever. Theso aro unpalntahlo atatemonts of dam aging facta, to bo mado about us in tho press of tho United States, that will bo caught up and rcpoatcd and magnified by tho enemies of tho treaty, and bo treasurod as argumuiitB for tiso in congress against its continuanco. How long, let us ask, shall wo continue, to look on with suicidal apathy, whilo this tide of mon golian immigration continues unchecked ? This question should command tho earnest nnd prompt attention of all who have their homes on theso Islands and who desiro Ilia perpetuity of Hawuiian autonomy j and it should certainly address itself to all who havo vested interests hero. When, sevorul years since, a warning voico was raised that tho unlimited immigration of Chincso mnus would pnivo a serious evil, it was replied that tho agricultural interest of tho country needed moro labor; that tho Chi ncso were most availablo and best adapted, and that when tho douiand was supplied, tho immigration would cease. As lo the latter proposition, tho result has proved its incor rectness. Wo havo already horo thousands of Chincso who cannot bo induced to engage as lalorcrs 011 sugar plantations 011 such terms as employers can affuid tn piyj and still more nro expected to arrive Wo repeat that, aside from tho influenco of hlghor motives, those of self-interest alone should urge ns to tako prompt and effective measures to prevent theso fair islands from becoming a mcro Chi ,,. A,,in., n-i.- ri. . r-;. . .1 1.. 1 , iiwu 1.UIVUJ-. IIU t-fvu.4,'1 lima UUUllUMCfl t """Out of this may prow a state of faots that will uoinamituo iinwi enrnerti intention or ourllov eminent. It is generally taken forgrimteil that our interest in tha l'acilio demand that tlio. Maud, wioh Inland shall not be allowed tu paau from the prtK-nt suvertiign Into nny other hinds than our own. lly the reciprocity ire-ity we have partly in oorponittHl them already. Tills Un proposition upon which to all appearance nt this moment the wliolo power and strength of tho Government would bo brought to bo.tr, iu oasu aiiy ndven.0 claim tliould bo not up, Tho Chtntva Government if ilrt traditional policy U upheld, would not give nny coanteuntioo ton Clilnei-o revolution In the Hniiilwlclt Islands, with n now to commorcUl or political nunexation. But a Chinese Colony is Hvldoully not ona that it would be satisfactory (or ui to administer." ENGLAND'S-SYliITATHY WITH AMERICA. History furnishes no parallel for t!:c man ner in which the news of the doth of Presi dent Gatfiiild was received in Great Urltaiu, and the respect accorded Ids memory by the " whole people " of the United Kingdom has dono moro than all elso to make mora Grm tho grasp of friendship between tho two nations, lo draw together th twu divisions of ono peo ple. The London Ttlqwph speaking edi torially of tho President's death saya; " Hut while tho spirit of this upright and high hearted President passed sway in sure and certain icliauco upon the love of Ucavcu, we will vcnttiro to say that oven In this loss America nlso gains. Slio has gained n knowl edge of tint deep sympathy which Knglnud feels for her in her lulafottiinc." Tho San Francisco OhronMt nlliidinc; to tho sympathy expressed by English papers, remarks t'"Tho tribute of respect paid to tho memory of Gar field by ihe London 7Vm. will bo gratefully remembered by tho American people. Tho bands of mourning that surrounded tlio sorrow ful nows in that journal will servo to tighten tho bonds of ainlly between two great nations," Things Wise and Otherwise A correspondent in the GaztUt complains that (JnrlnK tho memorial services at the Fort Street clinrch, certain gtnllemtn were coiiiivIIkI by tho usher to Rive np their seats to some ladles. Wo nro sorry that tho usher sliunld havo been litre ittaltil to nan compulsion In such n cano; but thoso vlii wore Kentleuiniily enough to wish to keep their peats wlillo ladles wcrn compelled to stand, should hnvo been tmtnly cnottp.h to havo withstood tho nlrr nlrj. An eiprcss wapron, benrlns the numlier 118 was ued lit tho nftortiuon of Tuesday Inst to convey lejiers in an advanced stngn of tho dlsensu from tho nrernihcH 1111 Klnrr street to tlin nchminpr ll'.n-. iriVA. Wonld it not bo better for all concerned, that n vehicle for tho oapreM purpose of couioyiug such ns nro unablo to walk, bo provided by tho authorities, than that healthy persons be subjected t tho dntmcrof infictlon imulvedin using wngona Hint hn.vo been previously ccoopled by lepers ? I'cccnt advices from Hllo of tho action ot tho iMithoritirn relatlvo to their treatment of tho Nome-elan denerterB nf the In nullum plnntnlion, Indicates it sad xtitlo nf alTaim that naturally creates nlnrm. Jnst fancy llfty-elulit discontents wander! iik n round for two days unmolested, savu tho fornialltv of rending warrants tn them, with no r (Tort nt their nrrcst. Is this tho kind of pro tection tlio peoplo nf llllo am taxed for, nnd ox jicctrd to bo satisfied with ? A correspondent writes: " Wo fear tliercwill bestirring times mi les.) the Sheriff nhnll show himself n man nud not a cownrd. " Huch fcvents need stern ,nieaiires and prompt aclion, elso the evil becomes n precedent for similar actions by other plantation laborers. Wo fjivo placo cheerfully tu this Issuo to a letter from tho lllshop of Honolulu for what ho deems n correction to our statement of last week, Whilo wo do not for a moment iittributo anything but tood Intentions on the HUhop's part In tho nd tlrens nlluded to, wo think ho will nriree with us in that its delivery nt this timo was injudi cious and lilcely to produco moro hnrm than iod. Tho question is ono nf vital interest to many souls, and we mav say nations ; and the only appnrunt safpitiinrd IlcR in tlio direction nf total abstinence, in wliioli nt least two eminent Auglicnn Illshups in Kncjlnnd, havo recently taken a very firm and de cided Htnnd, maintaining that it Is' the only safe guard to the fearful tido of misory that is 'sweep ing ovor its shores. Wo hnvo strong (rounds for tho belief thnt the writer of tho Vat Atmia ntticlo "Trno Itc pentenco," of which wo givo n translation else where, wilfully perverted the truth of tho remarks that wero mailo nt n meetiuK n fow weeks since, nnd improves this opportunity to jjivo one nf thnso sweeping cIiiuroh nt mission work and influenco. That ono should express, daring the recent nwnken InR, n regrot of not having boon more faithful in Kvangelicat work nmong llnwaiians wns very nntnral nnd proper, but it doos not follow that f 1'is'tv lo. ami hhtrcil of. the rnco was indulced iu which the writer in question endeavors to niako so much put of. Neither does it follow that the ad mission of dereliction of duty on tho part of ono should necessarily apply to nil, or iu fact any other. On Wcdnesdny morning two incendiary pla cards in mnnn9cript were fonnd posted up in Ho nolulu, ono at tho Post-ofllco nnd tho other noar the Bethel Church, thtentcuiup: the burning of all Riirar plantations from Hawaii to Kauai, if no stop bo pnt to tho transportation of lepers tn Kn lvwno. They wero probably written by kithmwt, or relatives of somo of the lepers who wero taken to Molokni last Tuesday. Wo c-tntint tliiiik there is it soci"tv of Nihilists among our nativo popula tion nnd do not apprehend that tho threat spolccn of will bo carried out; but n thorough search for tho nelsons who nro concerned in this matter should bo mado by our police authorities, nnd if necessary largo rewards should bcollered for their apprehension, nnd when caught they should 10 colvo tho full rigor of the law. Thero is d.inRer in allowing this offence to pass unnoticed. Such documents will inllnmo tho minds of thoso who imngino that they havo grievances to" bo righted, nnd will leadtto tho' secret commission of crime. This niovmncnt must bo nipped in the bud or I hero will bo troublo in storo for us in tho future A Word from the' Bishop of Honolulu. .Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1(331. IVDrron Pares t-Vrtindljallow mo space in ytmr paper for n correction. Thu statement that ap peared in your last issue that "nnti-abstincuce principles wero preached from tho pulpit of tho AnRlican Chnrch, on Sunday Oct. 2nd" is mis leading. It conveys tho impression to those who did not hear the sermon in question, that encour agement was given from tho pulpit for tho ih7 criminatr use of nlcoliollo liquors. So far was thin from being tho case that tho conclusion ar rived at was that 110 sanction can Je found in th iron o (Soil fur the ute tt$ tl common heirmye f uiiiiiititea tpirus, wuicu aro ino cargo or mo pre sent generation. Thu question proposed for consideration was whether iu tho passago in which wo are told by nil inspired Apostlo that "every crcilaro of God is good nnd nothing to bo refused if it be received with thanksgiving," we nro to understand those "croaturcs" to be included of which alcohol is nu ingredient. Did our Heavenly Father intend His children to usd them as articles of diet ? Tho nu sttor I drew from tlio testimony of Holy 'Writ Is this. -Thero is no moro ai'ii in drinking wino nnd beer, than in eating beef nnd venison, provided they bo taken with moderation and thanksgiving. Tho Qos;iel no moro obliges moil to bo total ab stainers than vegetarians, though they hnvo full liberty to bo both if thoy ploase. Hut with refer ence to alcoholic, HquorH, I pointed out this im portant limitation. Thu "creatures" which are Uud'u ptftB to bo used with thanksgiving mo thoso In which alcohol i.i present by tho natiinil in uttst oftrmtntalioa. Thu wine nnd btrong drink men tioned in Holy Bcrinturu, must not be taken ns covering thoso unltnt ijiint, which aro rando by tho human art of distillation, an art of which thero is no evidence that tho ancient Jomh had any knowledge, nnd of which thero is no record in history until long after the Inst book of tho liililo was written ; ns tho result ot human art thoy aro not " (lod'a creatures " in tho same sonuo ns those which nro uittiiralli produced. I do not say they aro forbidden. Hut ihu concentration of it intent principle found in thoso gifts should bo regarded an n medicine rnther than ns auarliclo nf food. At all events thoso who appeal to Holy Scripture for tho defense nf their liberty to use nlcoholio liquor must bear iu mind thnt the Sacred Volume must not bo taken as sanctioning tho case, as an article of diet, of other liquors than thoso which nro mado by tho natural process of fermentation, or in which nlcohol la present oiily 111 uitajiro jnrtlon. This wna tho main argument of the hormon, nnd if it be in accordance, ns I trust, with the truth of Clod, ynu may rest assured that the circulation nf that truth icill do no harm, although it may clash with the opinions, on tho ono hand, of those who rogant nlcohol in any form ns the tool ot nil evil, and on the other, nf thouj who nre destroying their constitutions by tho use of fiery compounds which wero never Intended fur common bevornges. If it be uot tho truth, let usho.ucIi dtoper until wo lind it, for nidjinittt Vjjjla; tt pitctilebit. Thanking you for yotrr courtesy iu allowing this letter to npjicar, I niu, Mr. Editor, faithfully yours, The Hisuor or Honolulu, Tho Kative Preu. The foUowh-RisfroiiiSihe i'ue Mm of the Sill Iu.itn.ut: "Tnuis HxrtmTANCC One evening re cently ut a revival meeting, rt Hon ot n missionary nroae, appntently much hardened with the guilt of soma secret deeds ut Ihe class to which ho belongs, anil proceeded to speak to this effect 1 ' My mind is full of grid' nnd heavy with Borrow, because I know of the Roeret dohigs of the cla&a tu which I boioiiK, for, while our parent love this nation, we, their children, hate you, Hawaliaus.' Wo respect this child of ainlsiiouiuy who has thus publicly expressed ropuntiuco for thU thing which they have concealed, nud we expect also to hear from uinuy othur children of missionaries who uow have lying tongues, and who tune not vet removed the great bar that U upon them. Do they not foar the tlodof Heaven? Who of tho missionary children will fullow the example of this one, who un. taken up tho work nf instructing nil tho peuplo ot this kingdom, first eullRhtouod by the teaching of their parents." The KUU of lost Wednesday uuder the headlug " Generous," says that tha poopls of Msnoji valley reooiitly t-wk up a collection among thom&oltei nnd raised over J0 for tho purpose of gcttiuaithelr church bell repaired. It was taken to the Honolulu Foundry and there ulculy repaired, and the bill when patented amounted to $2X75, but on the back of the bill was written: " As we know that the owners of this belt sure pjnr poopl. thero f therefore no charge, A. Youko," Mr, Young also Mid to tho Trooaurvr, "Take back the money to tho brethren of Mauoa, and lot them u-m it for any repairs that may be needed on the chorea bulla lug." A nsw bell for the Firs Uoputrueat hm nrrlys d by the Vi-fy Ltuiimh, It was In the last Mechan ic Fair iu H tn Frauetx. and was pnrchajed by Mr. Geo. Lac. The belt roceivxl twu or three mouth ago will be sent back as It has not proved satisfactory. The nnslness of the late TIIOS. LACK, recently de ceased, will be carried on as usual, at the old stand on Fort St, w at Wnlllmm Wntches. From tht Syttnty Datlv TtUgraph, Junt 3ft, IS8U.J The Waltham Watch Company have been awarjed the onlv Rold tnedal rjlven for watches at the Sydney Inter national Exhibition, and are tho nnly exhibitors In any class from the United States who have received this distinctive recognition. M. MctNEflNT. ' Hole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands Oregon Potatoes. sTWWfc N"'IW ItlX'r.lVI'.ll per Nelinoiirr -"" Annie F. Uriels. New Crop and very suncrlnr quality. l'or salo by Oct 10. (87S) IIOM.ES A Co. California Onions. fM.tnr.H ami nachn if ii. Ni: aiii.vr.n y smns. l'or sale by teiai llOI.bKS A Co. Family Beef. E XAItA FAMILY l'i:i:' I. HAM' IllllJS 1 (875) Kor salo by IIOM.KS A Co. Oregon Salmon. I. II Itlli:i.S AMI! IIAI.l' ItAltlli:i.H, nrv packing of ISSI. For sale by Oct. in. (875) IIOM.KS .t Co. Groceries. Vi' ii i,i, ANsiiitT.ui:.r tv tiitocr.itiiM Inst received from Kuropc by the latest arrivals ami or vcrr choice quality. Also, n Inrce addition of tlrocerles lo our former slock. Just armed from fan Francisco, ei Kalakaim, Kurck.l and Hadle F. Caller. Will be sold lo snlt the trade. Oct. IU. (73) 1IOM,i:.H A Co. Hams and Bacon. (lANII.M Of .Mi: ATM. II tit I I.N, JAMN, j Jellies, Ac, Ac. For salo by UCt. IU. (87T-) IIOI.LCH A Co. WANTED. NI'UT KUUNJS11K1) Olt V2f- furnlslied Cnttaco. or a sultaof rooms In a Pri A vate family, central location, good nelcbboilnnd. Address or apply to J. K. WISKMAN, Ml It Ileal Hslnte AEClit. Clearance Sale of Pipes, Tobacco, &c. Tim uxjiiusiGXT:i) intknhs X to Close out the F.NTIHK HTOOK of Tobacco, Clcarrttes, Pipes, and Smokers' Sundries on hand at early date, j At Cost for Cash. 89 lOt JlltS, T. LACK. Fort Street. Lecture to Young Men! 1UV. ,f. H.MITU AVirJ; IMOTjIV Kit JV Ids second Icclura to younr; men, under tho aus pices of the V. .M. C. A., next Thursday Evening, October 20th, At Fort Street Church, nt 7K o'clock. SUIMKOT "A very Promising Young Jlan and What Became of Him." We Lopo all young men of llonolntu ivlll attend. M It Just Received, ox ANNIE F. BRICCS, FROM PORTLAND, 300 half barrels, and 100 whole barrole mUMBIA RIVER SALMON! Cases Pilot llrcatl, discs Medium Bread, Cases Soda Crackers, &c. FOH SALE HY K)lm 8T.-.:!m II. IIAOKFRL.I A CO. J.T.WATERHOUSE Just Received ! FULL LINES OF THE FOLLOWING GDS! English Saddles, Bridles, Girths, Saddle Cloths, Whips, &c. a? o s s, GalvanizedPlain Iron, Galvanized Ridging, Powder, Shot Guns, Gun Gaps, Fishing Lines, OB.OCBLBR.Y AND GLASSWARE ! B338T FLOOR OIL. CLOTH Carpets, assorted; Sofa & Centre Bugs Door Mats, BLUGINOTTLGDSOAP TWESTY-KOUH UAUS IN A IIQXs Sugar Bags and Bagging, Hardware, & a General ASSORTM'T OF AIL GOODS TJwually Kept by T7a. GALVANIZED COBEUOATED HON, C, 7, 8, and 9 Feci! for sals tt ALLEK ft EOBINSOH'8. M3ra NOTICE. T IIEIIGDY FOniUl) AIsTj PEIl- I sons (rum b.rbnrluf or trailing any ou on my account, 4 (still uotuay any dabls couliatteJ la uiy name, orbu my account, attsr Ibis date, tsltbon Hrltteu onl.r from we. W. 0. HultUCS. - Ullf Hawaii, Auga.tStta.lWI. - W UM B. F. EHLERS & Co. HAVE JUST RECEIVED MIX- HAWAIIAN BARK "IOLANI," Jk. Very Large Invoice of CHOICES NEW CtOODS ! Ooxmi.mtlxkm ofi New Dress Satins, tilnln, girlpctl, ntl lirocaclctl to maleli. New Dress Silks, plain, Btripcd ntul broeadctl, nil now bIiwJos j Wool Dress Goods, wool sititliiRa in nil tlio now slinilca; FINE FRENCH CASSIMERES AND MERINOS ! in black, nml nil tlio new colors; Fine White Linen Lawns, Fine Printed Linen Lawns Ladies9 6c Children's Hosiery, Ladles' ctmd 01ill3.irexa.'s je. r'la.ii Time or Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods ! We are Constantly Receiving by Every Steamer from the Coast, All the Latest Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear New Laces, Fancy Ribbons, Fine Embroideries, &c. also j u.sTiti:;i:ivr.i, a i.aroi: AMMoitTiarBX-r of New Carpets, Velvet Rugs, AND. Door Mats, all sizes. Wo liavo matle material cliancjcs in onr PRICES, and offer Goods choapor than ever before, FOll SA3IPLES AND PRICE LIST, ADDRESS, J 812 5c im B. F. EHLERS & CO.. FORT STREET, HONOLULU: cshik:mi: nit r or tiik Hawaiian ? Islamls, In l'rolmlp. Ir. the matter of tho Kstate of KA1L1WKI.A, lata of ltunolutn. deceased, testate. At Chainbers, beforu .Mr. Justice McCully. On reading and tiling the petition and accounts of Cecil llrun n. Kxi'cutornf tlio Ksinin of Keillwvla, late of Honoliin,Oatiii, deceasrd. uhertln lio-asks to be al toned $l,Ciu VI, and charees lilineulf with ?t,.W 10, and nsW. that the samo may be examined and njiprotcd.and that a tlnal order may be mado of distilbiitlon of the pruperly rcmalulnr; lu his haods to the pernona thereto I'litltled, and dUchurlug liini and his auretlea from all further respoimtbillty as surh. It M ordered that WKDNliHDAV, the ICth day of NOVK.MIIKIt, A. 1). 1881, ut 10o-clocl; A. M before tho suld Justice, at Chambers, In the Court House nt Ilono lulu, bo and thnsmno hereby Is appctnted as tho time and place for hearing said petition and accounts, and that all person, lnlcrcsted may then and there appear and show cause. If any they havo, why the same should not be granted, and may present evidence aa to ho are entitled lo tho said property. And that this order, lu the Hawaiian and KnijIUli languages, be published In tho "Kuokoa" nnd ' Saturday Tress," lieuHpaneta pilntcd and published In Honolulu, for threo successive weeks previous to the time therein appointed for said hearing. D.itud at Honolulu, II. I., this 80th day of Hcptembcr, A. D. 1601. I..McUUI.LY, Attti Justlco of the Supremo Court. J No. II. IUhnahd, Cleric of the Supremo Court. 57 31 H. HACKFELD &Cp. Have Jaat Rocoived a Fine Ass't of Wines, Etc., 8UCII A3 Clmiupagno, Dry llcltlsclck "Monopolc," Quarts audrinli; Clinnipnguo, Oil. Fitrro Kxlrn Cuvee, pt & tils Chutnpngtio, 0. II, Miimm & Co'a Uarto Illancliu pinlH anil (juarla; Clmtnpagnc, Q. II. Milium & Co'a Kxtra Dry, pints ami quarts. Claret, Chateau Pomoys, 65r., qrs. Claret, Cliatoau (inree, quarts ; Clarot, MarKiiuro Superior, quarts ; Claret, St. Julicn, 70, quarts. Rhine Wine. Domdeohaney, qts lililne Wine, Hoclilicitiior, quarts. SPARKLING HOOK, plaU and quarts, Sparkling Moselle, pints ami qnarU ; IMieingau Clininpognu, pints nml quurts; Khelngold Champagne, pints unJ qusrts ; St. Paul's Alo, pints ami quarts j Ilcnilllngcr A, 11. Export licer, pis and qls; A. Mtillor'a'Lager llivr, pints mnl quarts; Jcflroy's Scotch Alo ami Porter, pts ami qls ; Cognac. Do Laago Fils ic Co, 2 yri Cognac, Doutolleau & Co., four illamonil ; Cogiuc, " three dlaniomlj Cognac, " ono tliatnoml j Cognac, Southern Vineyard Proprietor's, Drundy, Ludvocat; ditto, Cheville. Port, Dry, and Sweet Sherry WIuo. Oils, Key Uruud, in baskets and cases. Hum, in barrels, etc., etc., olo. For sl sit low prlos bjr nTlim Wlm 11. HACKKKI.ll A Co. E. POKTOPPIOAM, U. S, Oculist, raysiclsm suU lorsjeoB. Ky Dlssase. Hpcclslly. Hesldcncaanduiaee lSTFoit urctt aud Chaplain Lane (Ills, Chasu's). OfBco huursi 10 til a. u. tl'ili-ir. m. Mima, mm. j. uamoNS, Teacher of Vocal aa4 IsMtrsuaeatal Masio No. 'A Hotel Ml.. opK.lla Dr. MeUrcw'a. Notice to Creditors. IlIKUKUY NOTIFY AIiT. lKlt HONrt hailois claims aj;losl lbs Kstata of HUMAN IlKYNOf.US, 1st of llouolulu, drccasid, Isstato, lu prcasnt tlio sauiv, duly Y'rtflcd, tu th, undrrslzucd, at lh Couit llousv, llouolulu, wlttila six laoullii fivu Ibis djls ot Ik-tr will be foivv.r karrrd. J.M. K. HAUNAltl), 1 Eltculor will of Vrs. Hnsao Kejrnolt-, -lccind. Honolulu. fcirutinib.lWII. Hit NOTICE. TIIK ANNUAti MF.Kl'ING OF TIIK fUINCKVILLtS rXANVATIO.N Co., will U bsld St ts cScs ol C. Drawer Cn.4 Hoaulsls, sa Tuaadajr. October llb. llstl, at W o'clock A.M. ' fcUIW V. 0. JOWK8. jr.. Btt'y. P. p. Co. LIMK. CAurttssi IUV Lluse Jiuli(l4, IWLtK8ACO)! es SALMON AND CODFISH! I f " SADIE F. CAIXER,,t Bbls. Salmon, Bbls. Pickled Cod Fish, Bbls. Cod Fish Tongues. IT VOR HALE BY 57 873 lm K. P. ADAsM. THE HAW. BARK 'I0LANI', Capt. H. QARRXLS. XXASB JtASMt MXTx-l-vecl. fx-ozsx Bremen, t!0 daya passage. With an Assorted Cargo of NEW GOODS. 49- Cor particulars see adv. column of H. HACKFELD CO. 871 M lm ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT AN1 AT,U PAItTIKS EITHKIt IK Honolulu nratanr of the Island In theOraup, In Want of Kmployaes ....... ...... .. .,, Hv... ... ,MU., iiunv, ,u hii mvir oraera. i. a. j'iimhh. i. r.rs. jr. l fV&SYliM r 5T.lo?.ran Committee, MM1IIAM. J Y ii. U. A. 37 8T3ni Ot II. A, III ii. v. him THNW BOOT AND SHOE STOBI No. HI Fort Btrcst, bo Hotel. TIIK SUJN UP THU GOLDEN BOOT. lly the last strainer I hare recelvrd a large assortment ui nu isirsi American siyu or Boot, Shoes, Ties Slippers Ac, Ac. Ac ' Ac. Ladles' tad Children'! Miom a UpeclaJty. ALSO Boots and Shoo Mado to Ordor Willi Neatness and Dispatch. JSUliS KHAMK OKIITZ. XN O. FOWLER 4k OO. Leeds, InUad. are tresr4 te rURJiUsH PLAKU AMD ESTIMATaS roii tool Portabl Tramways, With or without Care and Locomollrei. HyetUHr sl44 far Hi(ar l'aaUtUu I ftl!S?1f1 Ur" jfoootlyts and ears, rractlon Knulnos and Hoad iAoomotivee, ' ?.UiiIUi f J".'"! U1"1 VplllaUB aUeaiMrv. I'ortalilo Kuulues tot all uurpuses, Wiudlng KtiKtmis (or laeUeelk CattWnre with lllotlratlocs 'Models, and Photo Risnhe u) the slH..e I'lanU ssdstblS. ,' uShi uil at lb. talc, ol th. underpinned ' "' v ...ss, at the cUlca of Ibe undersigned. W. UURKKM.nd .. 'xtt U k.,&u. 7u. . .. n Agsau fw Jio.yos.l4 A Co. Wailufcu P4 FMtorv. BFJT QUTAWTY OF PAIAI MAN vleclur constantly. All w4ra hSa A B&tfb , ' vaiKiiw r fit .!' w. s.i-fe&