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!., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1885.
tichr Kulamanu from Hawull
Stmr C K Bishop fioin Kauai, via Wni-
alua and Walanae
Bk Forto from Newcastle
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Ko An Hon for S S Islands
Solir .Tciinlo Wnlkcr for Fanning I
Sclir Wnlmalu for llllo
VESSELS IN PORT.
BgUw W G Ivwln, Turner
31k Forto,- Florcnass
Sclir Wnllclo brought 1,300 hags of
Sclir Balnbow takes to-day some ma
chinery for ICoolau.
The Eva has finished discharging and
is taking in ballast. She - ill pail for
Humboldt on Sunday next.
The schr Kulamnnu brought. 1,113
bngs of sugar from Koholalelcle and 0S3
bags of sugar from Kukalau. Slic sails
on Monday for the amc places.
The l)k Foiio. Capt Floicnass, ariived
this moi niug. -15 days from Newcastle,
NSW, wtlin.OU tons of coal to Wilder
& Co. Sho had fair winds with frequent
rains. She is docked near the Likellko
Stmr.Tns Makco will go on (lie Ma
rine Bailway on Monday to have, her
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A found coat is at the Pac Aina
selections on the
The Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at the usual time.
Tcg-of-wak on skates at the Ccn-
tral Park rink
by the band.
to-nisrht, and music
IIouse-iicnti:rs arc referred to
advertisement of premises, 31 Berc
Mk. W. G. Irwin will entertain a
party of friends at his Waikiki resi
dence this evening.
Young people's prayer meeting at
the vestry of the Bethel Union
Church this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tue Royal Hawaiian Band will
give its usual concert at Emma
Square to-morrow afternoon at 1:30
The S. S. Kinau will not arrive in
port until Sunday morning at six
o'clock, this being her trip over the
new volcano route.
A Portuguese man advettises for
a situation as coachman, and another
wants work for himself and three
Tins noon, Lyons & Levey sold a
quantity of Chinese goods seized for
violation of revenue laws. The sale
realized about 800.
The Hawaiian tern Kc Au Hou,
Capt. Lovell, is announced to sail
to-morrow on a trading voyage for
Jaluit, via Legion, Marshall Islands.
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All persons indebted to L. 13.
Kerr are requested to settle their ac
counts before July 31st. All bills
against him will be paid on presenta
tion. NrccK-iir. patty at the Yoscmite
skating rink this evening, when a
prize will be given for the largest
tic. After skating there will
dancing from nine to ten o'clock,
Pautics -wishing to go into the
carnival and masqucrado on Friday
evening, 24th, will please hand in
their names to the mnnager, in con
fidence, by the
22nd, to keep out
At Chambers yesterday, in pio
bato, before the Chief Justice, in
the matter of tho estate of D. Mc
Cartney, Jr., it was ordeied that the
accounts of W. W. Hull, adminis
trator, be approved and lie dis
charged. i - , .-.
Thosi: persons who cat bananas on
the street should be careful not to
throw the skin on the sidewalk. This
morning a lady, while walking on
King street, trod on a banana skin
nnd fell, but fortunately did not
Mr. T. W. Hawlins advertises 230
head of fine cattle for sale, full par
ticulars of which are given in another
column. Ho also informs his friends
and customers that orders should be
Bent to bun through Hawaiian Hell
Telephone No. 20.
In the Supiemo Couit this morn
ing the case of tlio Hawaiian Bell
Telephone Co. vn. Mutual Telephone
Co. came up again. The evidence
was nil in nt noon. At 1 o'clock
tho counsel's arguments on both
To-mohkow a mnil will close nt the
Post-ofiico for' Ftmning's Island per
Jennie Walker and on Monday for
Jaluit, Marshall Islands, per Ke Au
Hou. The Yumnshiio Mnru will
probably lenve on Monday for Yoko
hama and carry n mail.
Tub funeral of Sister Julia of tlio
sisterhood of the Sacred Hearts, took
place this morning from the Roman
Catholic Cathedral. Mass for the
burial of tlio dead was said, nnd the
interment took placo in the Catholic
Tin; rest of this hot month pro
mises to bo quiet in the mail line,
as well as in the news line. The
only mail due will arrive on Wednes
day next by the Alameda, nnd the
first mail leaving for San Francisco
will be by the same vessel, on Satur
day, August 1.
To-Jionrtow afternoon the Hono
lulus and Occanics try conclusions
in a match game of baseball at Ma
kiki. As the Honolulus have been
somewhat strengthened since they
last met the Occanics, a very fine
gamo may be expected. It will be
called at four o'clock.
Tiie Advertiser states this morn
ing that there were several rumors
round town on "Wednesday evening
that someone had been locked up in
the Government building, another
that the place had been broken into,
etc. It finishes by saying there was
no foundation for the story. But
there was, for two men, one a Gov
ernment ofllcial, got locked up in
the building, and made quite a noise
befoi c they were released.
Call and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromo3, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Ait Store, Hotel
Street. 71 3t
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the placo for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 080. tf.
CAM ILL'S SENTENCE.
The impression seems to be the
man Cahill was let off very lightly
yesterday. Quite the contrary, for
besides the two months for the as
sault, he was fined the heaviest
penalty for contempt of Court, 850,
which means seven months' im
prisonment at hard labor. On the
Wednesday previous he was fined
8G1.8$ for malicious injury, so that
altogether he will have to languish
in Capt. Ti ipp's mansion over the
reef for about seventeen months.
He was taken over there yesterday
and is now attired in .a handsome
suit of blue and brown denim, and
PRICE OF MEAT REDUCED.
Mr. G. J. "Waller, the proprietor
of the Metropolitan Meat Market,
has reduced his prices of meat to
suit the times, an announcement
which will be hailed with much satis
faction, lie alwa3's keeps the
choicest meat from the finest herds.
By means of a Bell-Coleman patent
dry air refrigerator, all meats de
livered from his market are thor
oughly chilled immediately after
killing. Of course this treatment
causes the meat to retain its juicy
properties and to keep longer. Fami
lies and shipping can be supplied on
shortest notice. His telephone num
ber is -15.
W. C. T. U.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union held a meeting yester
day afternoon at tho parlors of the Y.
M. C. A. The meeting was not so
well attended as usual, a good many
of the members being away, but it
was a very enthusiastic one. It was
decided to print at once several
thousand temperance leaflets for
distribution among the Hnwaiians,
and arrangements are being made
for other publications in the future.
J. ho society feels very much en
couraged in its work amongst Hn
waiians, and Miss Mary Green left
on Tuesday last by tho Kinau, to
work in the temperance cause on
Maui nnd Hawaii.
Road Supervisor Hart is carrying
out gradually his intentions made
some time ago with respect to
wooden bridges. As soon as they
show signs of repairs wanted he will
remove them and put in brick cul
verts in their places. He has nearly
finished one at Kahauiki, out beyond
Kalilii. When completed this will
be the third one that has been done
recently. It will have n ten-foot
span, and in placo of a fourteen-foot
roadway, it will be twenty-eight.
Mr. Hart tells us ho will attend to
tho bad placo near the hydrant
opposite Messrs. Hackfeld & Co.'s
on Fort street in a day or so.
Last Monday evening the ofilcc of
tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. was broken into by sneak thieves,
Whoever the parties were- they first
gained admittance into the black
smith's shop in rear of the Honolulu
Planing Mills nud carried off some
tools. After they had got into the
Inter-Island olllco they tried to get
nt the combination of tho large safe
but failed. They next tried n smaller
safe but broko a chisel in trying to
open it. This broken tool was
found the next morning. All the
booty they'gut was a lot of steel
pens, paper, and other trilling things.
A gold pen valued nt S5 laid on
Secretary Ena's table escaped their
notice. The watchman on that beat
did not notice anything unusual, so
that the panics probably were well
acquainted with hisraoveraents and
QUEEN EMMA'S WILL.
This morning was the time ap
pointed for the proving of the will of
the late Dowager Queen Emma. It
was heard at Chambers before His
Honor the Chief Justice. Messrs.
Cecil Brown nnd J. M. Monsarrnt
appeared for the executor, while
Mr. L. A. Thurston appeared for
Albert K. Kunuiaken, who contests
the will. The Hon. W. C. Parke
was called and proved tlio .death of
the Queen, slating ho had seen the
dead body. There was no opposi
tion to his statement. Dr. Kobert
McKibbin said the Queen was per
fectly sane and competent to make
her property away. He did not
know anything of the will, had hoard
she had made one, and had it two or
three weeks in possession before
Mr. J. M. Monsarrnt said that ho
drafted the will and the Queen had
it in her possession about three
weeks before she executed it.
Mr. A. J. Caitwright, Jr., was
also called. At noon the Court took
a recess until 1 o'clock, nt which
time Mr. A. J. Caitwright, Sr., took
the stand and the matter is still be
fore the Court.
STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY.
Tlio annual meeting of the above
society was held yesterday nt the
residence of Mr. E. C. Damon,
Beretauia street. The attendance
was very large and very cosmopoli
tan, as no benevolent society in these
islands draws so many from nil
classes and denominations. In the
afternoon the business meeting was
held, the election of officers for the
ensuing year being as follows:
President, Mrs. S. C. Damon ; Vice
President, Mrs. Alex. Mackintosh ;
Second Vice-President, Mrs. J. S.
McGrew; Treasurer, Mrs. S. E.
Bishop ; Secretary, Mrs. II. M.
Whitney; Directress, Mrs. Mary
Dowsett. The reports of the officers
for the past year were read, the
treasurer's report showing that the
society is in n flourishing condition
financially. Hereafter a business
meeting will be. held on the first
Monday of each month, and a so
ciable will be held quarterly. In
the evening a sociable was held and
largely attended. The occasion was
much enjoyed by everyone present.
Refreshments were handed round
and the evening generally was given
up to social intercourse.
Y. M. C. A.
The monthly meeting of the As
sociation, last evening, was pretty
well attended. The chair was taken
by Mr. J. A. Dower. Reports of
standing committees took up about
all the time of the meeting. The
treasurer reports the excess of re
ceipts over expenditure to date,
8109.84. An able lecturer is ex
pected during the coming month,
and a short series of interesting
lectures may be looked for. Many
persons have reported themselves
to the employment committee during
the past month. The applicants
were assisted as far as the members
of the committee had it in their
power to do so. The Reading Room
is well patronized by members and
visitors. The membership of the
Association is steadily increasing.
Seven voting and eight associate new
members were duly proposed and
elected. To aid in Christian and
benevolent work among the Japa
nese, Dr. Hyde announced that he
can supply Japanese tracts and
Scriptures to any person disposed
to lnbor in voluntary mission service
among those people. There will be
n free entertainment in tho main
hall, upstairs, next week, at which
all the members and tho friends of
the Association will bo welcome.
The programme will consist mostly
of music, readings nnd impromptu
Collection, $10.00. Meeting closed
with singing and prayer.
MRS. WALLACE'S SCHOOL.
The nnnunl examination of Mrs.
Wallace's Academic School, Nuuanu
valloj', commenced yesterday morn
ing. During tho term eighteen
scholars have been in attendance.
The subjects taken yesterday were
French, Geography, Algebra and
Arithmetic, in which tho examina
tions were conducted by Mrs. Wal
lace. The pupils showed great apt
ness in tho mnnner in which thoy
answered the questions, showing
that their instructions had been very
thorough. Mrs. Wallnce's system
is ono that commends itself to all
teachers. Tho Latin examination
was taken by tho Rev. George Wal
lace Afterwards there was a spell
ing match conducted by tho latter
gentleman. Tho result at tho close
was that Miss Delia Woods and
Miss Edith Mist were last up nnd
decided to bo about equal. This
morning other studies were taken
up with the same satisfactory results
as yesterday. Quite a number of
parents and friends visited the
school during the examinations.
The closing exercises took placo
this afternoon at half -past one
o'clock. Tlio largo and commodious
Bchoolrooui was tastily decorated,
nud nt ono end a small 6tge had
been erected, tho front of which was
covered with palm leaves and ferns.
Tho following programme was prc
1. Piano Solo Mies Bella Woods
2. Sam Weller as a witness : Sergeant
Biu-fuz,MlS9L.Vo3s: Sam Weller,
Miss L. Dowsett; Judge, Miss A.
3. Composition Ella Dayton
4. Tho Little Quaker Sinner
fi. Composition.. Miss Aunlu Dowsett
C Piano Solo Miss Hello Fuller
". Composition.. Miss Victoria Weller
8. Somebody's Darling
Miss Lily Butler
0. Composition Miss Louisa Voss
10. Piano Solo Miss Holla Woods
11. Composition Mis Edith Mist
12. Thirteen & Dolly.. Madge Wnllace
13. Composition Miss Hello Fuller
14. Piano Solo.. MI33 Bernice Uarnard
15. Furce A iaco for a dinner: Feed
well a landlord, Miss Benson;
Sponge a gentleman wanting a
dinner, Miss Fuller; Doric, Mls
Barnard; Measuicton Architect,
on -in-law to Doric. Miss Ladd;
Dalton a licit merchant. Miss
Lowery; Lovell Dnlton's friend,
MUs Mist; Frank Dalton's valet,
Miss Woods; Gammon a pretend
ed police olllcer, Miss L. Dowsett.
The programme is not quite con
cluded as we go to press, so that a
notice of Us performance and par
ticulars of the presenting of testi
monials will have to stancl over for
POLICE COURT. .,.
Chung Ying was charged with the
embezzlement of So from Ah Ko at
Wninlua on the 18th of April last.
He pleaded guilty and was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
three months. Costs S3. Mary
Kapule, for heedless driving, was
fined 8.") and $1 costs. Elias, an
express driver, for leaving his car
riage contrary to the express rules,
was lined So and $1 costs. Aola,
for being drunk while in charge of
his express, was lined 87 and 81
SCRAPS FOR THE CRAZY-QUILT.
The custom of brides wearing
orange blossoms was derived from
Saracens, among whom the orange
blossom was regarded as a symbol
of a prosperous marriage, a circum
stance which is partly to be account
ed for by the fact that in the East
the orange tree bears ripe fruit and
blossoms at the same time.
"O, isn't that just dog 1" a
Washington girl exclaims when she
sees anything demanding tho super
lative form of an adjective. There
is one Washington girl at least, who
has not lost her confidence in the
gallantry of the fool-killer.
A Chicago lady who made pur
chases of bric-a-brac in Paris to tho
amount of $1,000 got home to dis
cover that every single article was
on sale within half a mile of her
home, and at much lower prices than
she had paid.
A woman in Dcs Moines has sued
twenty-seven diffeient residents of
that place for slander, and she wants
850,000 froi eacli one of them. It
is supposed that she wants capital
to open a millinery btorc.
A Wilkesbarre (Pa.) woman fell
off a chair and broke three ribs and
a collar-bone while trying to hang
a neighbor's oat for eating her
Ella Wheeler Wilcox lias written
Mr. Dana says: " The hand
some women in New York arc
not found in the circle which .as
sumes to lead fashion. Wc do not
see them in the boxes at the opera,
but encounter them us we walk in
the streets or travel in the cars, and
they are not the daughters of the
rich and luxurious."
A N. Y. dentist says that women
who gossip u great deal lose their
teetli soonest by decay, but this
assertion won't stop a female tongue
for ten seconds.
A couple recently married in
Lynn, Mass., were at n loss for a
bridesmaid. A friend called at an
intelligence oHlce in Boston nnd
secured the services of a handsome
woman to act in the capacity de
sired. He paid $3 for her services,
besides paying her expenses both
ways. Sho had never seen, nor did
sho know the contracting parlies.
A jealous Boston Post writer says:
"Angular writing is now the thing
among Chicago ladies. No one is
admitted into what Chicago calls
irood societv unless she can write a
tall, early English, antediluvian,
pointed Gothic hand that it takes n
couple of persons to read. As many
Chicago people cannot write nt all,
a woman on Wabash avenue inakeH
n good living writing angular-hand
letters for Chicago's best people."
Miss Taylor of Wahpetou is the
new star of Dakota. She emigrated
there threo years ago. Tho first
year she took a pre-emption and re
fused an offer of marriage Tho
second year sho took a homestead
and a tree claim and four offers to
"jine." Sho has now a section of
land, twenty-seven cows and in
numerable calves. Has taken at the
County Fair tho first prize for butter
and the last prize for pumpkins.
Can ride horseback, shoot gophers,
drink alkali water, and isn't afraid
LEWiS & CO., GROCERS,
Or nntl on Ilotol Strcot,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, Peaches, Apricots, Plums, Pears, Nectarines and Prunes. Also,
Fresh Cala Salmon, do Shrimps, do Codfish, do Clams in Shell, and Rock Cod.
Also, a few nlco lted Cabbages, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese nnd
very mild Cala Family Chcc3c, Family Cala Corned Beef, Fresh Cain Holl Butter,
Kegs Family Butler.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Baracuta for sale
cheap, A fine lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, Just received nnd for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and. Staple Groceries, just to hand per 0. S. S.
Co.'s stenmer Mariposa.
By eacli ai rival of O. S. S. Co.'s stenmer?, wc reoeivcd.Frcsh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oystois and Game on ice.
Goods delivered fieo of charge to all ports of Honolulu, nnd satisfaction
Telephone No. 240, Both Companies. P. 0. Box 207. (762
lit lii-Nt-clitNM umiiiici unci priceN to siiK. tlie times.
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor & Builder. Cm
A WOMAN to do ccucral houscworli
JTX. in a family. A comfortable home
and suitable wages prom:
To Let oi" Lease.
fTUIOSE very desirable premises situ
X nteil at Kapahuna, opposite the
" What Cheer House," possession given
at once. For terms apply to
05 2v JOHN F. COLBUKN.
Y voting man, a situation as
coachman. Apply at this ofilcc.
'"OIIE two story coral building rccu
JL pied by Chilian & Co. ns a Hire
Mill, possession given immediately. Ap
ply to CUULAN & CO.
HAVING obtained the services of a
llral-class Pinno Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that wc arc able to
Tune and llepuir Pianos at thort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
intended to, and all work warmnud.
1033 ly WEST, DUW & CO.
IN KAPIOLANI PARK
COTTAGES TO LET,
TX7ITH OK WITHOUT BOAHD.
Vl De'iglitful se.i bathing. Dodd's
'busses run to the place when two or
moie passengers offer. Apply to
Eg" Telephone 303. f3 lm
COTTAGE TO LET.
A nice 4 room coiiage wiinin
w2. ....... i. r it 1..1.. ..t...
UU1J ItUUIl Ul 11 UWIU1U, Mill.
iate at Kap'ilnmn. Terms ?!.()
pur month. Apply to
MKS. MAKJA KINU,
on the grounds, or to A. J. Cariwiight,
nt his otllce. . -10 it
Honolulu, July 7th, 188.
The undersigned expecting to leave
the Kingdom tor a time, offers lor silu
11 five ears' lease of the, American
House with nil turnilurc and appertain.
inciilK thereunto belonging. Apply fur
terms on the premise No. 70 Mnunukca
Street. (05 tf) Z. Y. SQUIUES.
rPIIAT veiy desirable and convenient
X Fiimily Hesidence on Beieianla
Street, until lately occupied by P. S.
Pratt, Eq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises oci upied at present a- a Liw
Otllce by John Bustell, Esq., centrally
located near the corner ot Foil and
.Merchant Streets. For pai ticuliira, rip
ply cither by letter or olliirulu) to
1II. bTANGENWALD, .Merchant St.
,I"K. II. BAIUJEll, late manager of
IyJL the Astur House, begs to announce
to his friends and tlio public; in general
tli 11 1 hu has purrhn'itd the Saratoga
House, und will reopen on Sunday,
.May !Mlh. Flrht-clats bonid by tho
week, month or transient. Special ac
commodation for ladles mid families.
Heading Fnrlois open for guests of tho
house. Tlio coolest dining rooms in the
city. Nolllcs. 20 2m
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STKKKT. Lcs
sons glum luMmiue, Landscape,
.Mock Kensington, Photograph i.nd
Crayon l'.iiuiing in Oil and Water
Culors. Flowcig in Wax, Wool. Plush,
Felt. Silk. Leather, Hair, Cnstal, Fea.
ther and Fislitcalo. All kinds of Km.
broideiy and Designing taught with
SI; el et on B al, Luce, Comb, Glass, Shell
anil llullion work. For terms, etc, ap.
ply to A. M. HUUKE,
3m Temple of Fashion.
HUSTAOB & UOBnitTnON have
this day icmoved their office to
corner of ICtinhuimuiu aud.Queen btrcets
in tlio ollhe lately occuplid by Hon.
C'litt". T. Gullck. In connection with
our Drayago Business, .Mr. .1. W. Hobcrt
son, tho nowiy appointed ireroecno Ware
house Keeper, will hu found, and all
orders for oil to be carted to and from
tlio Warehouse will be promptly attend',
cd to by ns.
HUSTAOB 4. ItOHERTSOX.
Hawaiian Hell Telephone, No. 8J.
Mutual Telephone, No. 19. 01 2w
The Kquitnble Ijifc Insurance
Society of the Unite!
KMTAlII.INlir.D IS 18511.
ISSUES Policies on the most approved
plans, viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontino
Saving Fund, Tontines, Semi-Tontincs;
A. B. C. Tontines; Life and Sunivor
ship Annuities; Children's Endowments,
Joint Life llibks Partnership Insurance,
etc., etc., etc.
Policies botli Incontestable and Non
Contested claims, none.
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
get an estimate.
It is calcuhited that every reasonable
wish of tho insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars, and pamphlets,
AI.i:X. J. CAKT1VUICIIT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Yosemlte Skatii RE
Will be open every afternoon nnd even
ings as follows:
Slontlny, Wednesday, Tliui'Mdny nnd
To the public in general.
TucHdny and Friday Evenings,
WrdnoHdny and Maturday
For ladies and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
July 17Ncck-Tio Party ; $5 prize for
July 18 One mile race, for Hnwaiians,
for a prize.
July 21 Polo between Yoseinites and
Alerts for prize.
July 21 Hum Hunt; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
July 21 Two mile Baco for prize.
July 31 Grand fancy dress masquer,
ndc. Four prizes will be
given one for the liandsom.
est costume, one for the most
original one, one tor ihe
best sustained character, and
ouo for the most comical.
Fancy skutera must look out for tho
month of August.
Dancing opry Friday evening from
i) to Id.
ItlUHlo ly tlio .Bund,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening; also at the Wednesday Ma
tinec. T. E. WALL, Manager.
Central Pari SMln Rial
Open Every Evening and Wednca
day and Saturday Aftirnoans,
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even-
inga and on Wednesday
Friday, July 17 Tug - of - War on
Skates, & on bide, captains tn bo ap
pointed to choose tennis.
baiunuiy, July ib Amateur ltncu; ono
mile dnsh; go-as.yau.plcnso for boys
under ifi. Prl.o $0.
Friduy, July 21 Owing to tho grand
success of tlio last Masipiciade, nnd by
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Kink, there will be given u
Grand Faucy l)rcss Parade and .Masque,
rudu on Skates, with 0 handsome prizes,
viz.: $10 will bo given to the couple,
Lady and Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes; $5 for tho
best biutaiucd character, Lady or Oen.
Human, Hay or Girl; $."i for tho most
comical character; $" lor 1I10 most ori.
giuul. barring uderiisemcnts; Pil.e,
pair Club Skates, any make, to ilia Lutly
wo.irlng tho most artistic costume.
Any other than good deportment to
bur any one from a prize, iho judges to
lie it Ludies and 2 Gentlemen.
Cr.NTIl.ll. 1MIIK HKATIN; IUXK.
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