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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10. 1880.
Ilk Coloron, N'oycs, 17 dnys from Port
land, Oicgon, en louto for Hong
kotu:. Stmr Walumualo from Waiumnnlo
Stmr C R Bishop for Walanao, Wnlalua
Bgtne W O Irwin for San Francisco
VESSEfs LEAVING TOMORROW.
Sohr ICawnllanl for ICooluu
15k Coloma for.llongkoug
" passengers" "
Tor Kauai, per steamer Iwalnnl, No
vismbor U-Oeo II Dole. Win II Wee, W
3t Lawn-nee, Mr Hom, I)r 13 Strelu, Mr
Thcotloio. and nhoul :I0 deck.
For windwuid pints, per .teanier
IClnnu, November 0 lion Paul Neu
mann, Eel 0 Miiefarhuio. Miss M A
Chnnihciliilii, Akanalillll, M LonUson,
S Nupapa, .1 Dickson, and about 25
The Caimto will sail on Saturday with
f0 tons of manure for Fiuikiiu, and 301)
U.K. bars for Waiakca.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bstno W G Irwin, MeCullooh
Bktno G C Perkins, Aekeiinan
Ger bark Pacific, Oltinan
Biltbklron l rag, Jones
Bktnu Discovery, Leo
Bk C O Whltinore, Thompson
Bgtne J D Sprcckcls, Fills
Haw selir General Soigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-:t0.
Brit bark E J Spenec, from Hongkong,
due October 18-2.").
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Am bktne Mary Wltikelman, Charles
Backus, from San Francisco, due Nov
I law S S Zealandhi. H van Oterendorf,
from San Francisco, due Nov 17.
German baik Heieulos Schaefer,
sailed from Lherpool, October Utli, duo
February 20 28.
Am bktne Amelia, Win Newliall, from
from Port Tow nend, W T, due Novem
Am bgtne Consuclo, D B Cousins,
from San Francisco, duo November
Am baik Foicst Queen, .1 C 31 Wind
ing, from San Francisco, due November
Haw brig Hazard, "W G
from San Fiauclco, due at
ivnli, November 21-30.
Haw bark Star of Devon,
from Fannimr's Island, duo
Haw schooner Malolo, .1 B Holland,
from Miuilhlki, via running's Island,
due December 15-31.
Am baik Coloina, Noycs,
land. Oregon, en route to
due November 10-15.
Am bark Edwaul Kidder,
land, Oiegon, en loute to
Hongkong, from rort
Hougkong, due November 12-1(.
American baric Saranae, from New
York, sailed July 13th, duo here Nov. 18
:i0. to Castle & Cooke.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June nth, due here Octobei
iOtli-Xov 1st, to Schaefer & Co.
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, leolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
Davics & Co.
Brit bark Martha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 9, due lere Jan 15-30,
in Snlinnf.,' A-. f!n.
Brit bark Lady Lampon, Marston,
'from the Colonies, due hero in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Deo lGth, to
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Thk Honolulu Riiles drill
the fourth page.
will be found on
Mb. Lewis J. Levey's regular cash
sale will be held on Friday.
Tun attendance at the sale of Mr.
Oat's furniture to-day was large, and
the bidding lively, for the times.
Messrs. King Bros, aro lo the
front with an announcement of
Christmas and New Year cards.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of E. O. II. & Son will be
held to-morrow afternoon at2 o'clock.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Pacific Navigation Co.
will bo held to-monow morning ut 10
A meeting of the Church Women's
Aid Society, will take place, tit the
Y. M. C. A., Thursday, at half-past
2, i M.
At S. Roth's, Fort street, may he
seen a costume to bo worn shortly by
a prominent member of Honolulu
Commnndery No. 1.
Mil. Frank Geitz will remain
where ho is, ho having bought tho
privilege) of Mr. Pratt for $500. Mr.
Pratt has purchased Mr. J. C. Mc
Carthy's colfeo saloon, where lie will
establish the Oceanic ebtaurant.
The usual church pervices will ho
held this evening; at the Lyceum,
mibjoct, "Africa;" at Foil Street
Chinch, "A Study of Christian
Love;" at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
tho services will ho conducted by
Hcv. Geo. Wallace.
On a binull btreot off Berctania iB a
lamp-post, without a lamp, and while
the clouds wero lying low lust night
em old maid came down. SJio struck
the lamp-post, went into tho earth
through the pipe; but left her hoop
skiit ehingjing outside.
Saturday, Nov, 27th, is gazetted a
public holiday. Tho 28th is tho
anniversary of tho recognition of
lluwaiiau Independence by the gov
ernments of Great Britain and
France. Tho change fiom tho 28th
to tho 27th is made this year because
of the fonuor date coining on Suuduy.
The next game in the billiard
tournament will como off lo-memow
Mn. J. Lyons' special credit. Mile
will bo continued to-morrow, com
mencing at 10 o'clock.
. . '
Nike months nt hard labor whs
Mike Coffee's sentence, in the Poliro
Court, this moining.
Mn. V. Wright, Superintendent of
the Insane Asylum, has had a stioke
of paralysis, and is seriously ill.
Mr. Lyon's cicdit sale to-day,
realized moderately good prices, con
sidering tho dullncts of tho times.
Ho.v. C. Brown gives a hum at
Laic, Koolau, next Saturday, to coin
ineiiioiatc the opening of tevcnil
new houses of his theie.
Tin: hei'oiul of the series of tho onc
liour go-as-yon-pleaco races occurs at
tho Yotcmito rink this evening. There
will be music on the occasion.
Heavy showers of rain militated
against the attendance at Emma
Squaio band conceit last night, and
caused, tho cutting short of the pio
gramme. The box plan for tho miusticl
entertainment at the Music Hall
opened at Mr. Wiseman's this moin
ing. A nisli was made to securo tho
reserve of scats.
The steamer C. It. Bishop, which
left hero this noon for Waianae and
Waialua, will call at Mr. James
Campbell's Kahuku Itanch for wool
for tho bark Pacific.
It is gratifying to know that Mr.
Meyer, book-keeper for Messrs. Hol
lister Co. who has been very ill at
the Hospital for the past week or
two, is now convalescnt.
J. Gomez, watchmaker and jeweler,
has opened a jeweler's shop opposite
Hart's Ice Cream Saloon, and is
prepared to receive ordcis for tho
manufactuie of any description of
The bark Coloina, Noycs master,
arrived this moi ning, 17 days from
Portland, Or. en loute for Hongkong,
with 350 Chinese in transit. She is
anchored off poit, and will probably
The Enterprise mill has made
some three or four hundred cala
bashes for the Kith. They have
turned 50 for P. P. Konoa, Minister
of Finance, besides scores of line
modeled Kou calabashes for various
If the weather to-morrow after
noon is favorable, there will be a
trotting race at Kapiolani Park.
Tho draymen llustace it ltobertson,
II. F. Ilebbarel and Graham & Scliu
man lwve arranged to have their best
double teams, with drays, trot for ii
purse made up between them.
Frank Davis lias been sentenced
by the Police Magistrate to fifteen
mouths imprisonment at haul labor
and to pay a fine of $25, for stealing
a watch; three months at haid labor,
for escaping from custody; and has
been committed to the Supreme
Court on a chargo of burglary at the
house of Mr. Miller.
The lecture on "Some of tho Fun
damental Facts and Theories of
Modern Chemistry," at Punaliou
College, next Friday evening, will
not bo public. Tho lecture is pri
marily intended for the students of
the College. A few invitations have
been issueil to persons particulaily
interested in the institution. Want
of accommodation precludes the in
vitation being made general.
At King Bros. Hotel street, are
thiec oleogiaphs of inedevial history
for Mr. Sam Nowlein's Merchants Ex
change. Messrs. King Bros, aio con
tinually increasing their display of
holiday goods, and on the arrival of
the steamer Zcalandia, duo on tho
17th inst, and of the Mary Winkle
man now due, they will open an ela
borate assortment of pretty
presents. Among tho pictures
now to be seen at King
Bros, aro series of photographs with
which old bald-headed batchclors liko
to decorate' their rooms.
A LITERARY VISITOR.
Mr. It. H. Holmes, special travel
ing press correspondent, Clinton,
Ontario, puiel us a visit to-day. This
gentleman is on a tour around the
world, and came hero by tho last
steamer from the Coast, on his way
to New Zealand and Australia. Mr.
Holmes has visited the volcano and
other points of special interest to
strangers. He is apparently im
pressed very favorably with the
country, and pleased with the sights
and scenes. It is his intention to
proceed to New Zealand by the next
The second game of the billiard
tournament, played at the Hawaiian
Hotel billiard room, last evening, by
Lou, Morris and Ben. Saylor was
witnessed by a fair audience. Morris
eliel not play well, being out of
practice, in poor health and ill luck.
Saylor was in good trim and played
well. Tho balls rolled splendidly
for him. In the 834 mn he worked
the ball once around tho table, by
the rail. Ho closed the game lit
0:30 o'clock with n ruu of 77, and
ii good position. Pleasant feeling
prevailed throughout the game, anel
ut tho end the contestants cordially
shook hands. The following is the
full score by innings .
Morris 0, 2, 14, 0, 0, 3, 0, 2,
10,0,0, 1,51,0,29,1, 2,21,0,3,2
Saylor 33, 0, 5, 5, 0,0,3,331,
0, 2, 58, 12, 0, 1, 181, 1, 10, 0, 2,
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of Hie session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 74-1 pages, including a
comprehensive "tahlo of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in tho
work during its progress through
tho press. These reports aro im
partial and entirely free from any
partiznu bias. Tho book is on sale
at Mr. Soper's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Oilice. The price
Monday, Nov. 8th.
John F. Colhurn vs. Kunuiakea,
action on note for 100.10. Judg
ment for plaintiff witli interest, com
mission and costs, Slo.7,'5 aeleled.
John F. Colburn vs. Kunuiakea,
action on note for 10j. Judgment
for plaintiff, with commission and
costs, S13.80 added.
G. H. G. Jackson vs. B. F. Dil
lingham, assumpsit for $55. Judg
ment for defendant. Costs and
commission, $9.05. Mr. Sea for
plaintiff; Mr. Austin for defendant.
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Co. vs. S. Kaui, assumpsit for S12G.
Judgment confessed. Commission
and costs, Sl!l.70.
L. Ahlo vs. Aliona, assumpsit for
800.05. Judgment confessed. In
terest, commission and costs, 18.90.
Lau Cliong vs. Aliona, action of
promissory note, S 138.75. Jiulg
tuent confessed for 6200. Commis
sion and costs, $15.75.
V. V. Ashford, receiver Kwong
Mai Yucce & Co. vs. Ahona, action
on promissory note for S14G.G0.
Judgment, confessed. Interest,
commission and costs, $11.43,
THE EUCALYPTUS TREE AMD MALARIA.
Some years ago claims wore made
that the eucalyptus globules woulel
banish malaria from the land if only
planted in abundance in malarious
regions. Extensive plantations were
accordingly made, but so far as
known the result was a total failure.
Dr. Brandes of Hanover, now advo
cates, with a similar object in view,
the growtli of the anaeliiuis alsinas
trum, a water-plant which is exceed
ing common in some sections of the
country. Ho bases his proposition
upon tho fact that in the district
where he lives fevers of a malarial
type were very prevalent until this
water-plant was introduced, and that
they diminished from year to year
until four years ago when they
entirely disappeared and have not
since returned. As the anachaiis is
easily obtaincdvand grows spontan
eously, requiring no attention, the
experiment can be easily tried in
marshy districts where malaria
WHITE WOMEN IN AFRICA.
EUROPEAN LADIES WHO AUK PUSHING
INTO THE DEPTHS OP THE
Quite a number of white men who
are now in Central Africa have fol
lowed the advice of the celebrated
explorer, Dr. Barth, who many
years ago cxpresseel the opinion
that tho traveler in Africa should
take his wife with him. He said
the natives did not understand how
a man could live without a partner,
and that they would hold him in
greater respect if he was accompa
nied by his wife. Dr. Barth added
that the people he met south of the
Sahara had nothing against him ex
cept that he was a bachelor.
Dr. Livingstone's wife shared the
privations and dangers of some of
his travels, and it was while they
were making a long journey to
gether that she died and was buried
on the banks of the Zambesi. It is
only recently, however, that white
women have begun to accompany
their husbands into the deptiis of
If the young wife of Dr. Holnb,
the Austrian traveler, survives their
great undertaking she will have
made a longer journey in Africa
than most explorers. Nearly two
years ago this brave young couple
started from South Africa, intend
ing to explore the Upper Zambesi
and Congo Valleys, and to go home,
if possible, by way of the great
lakes and the Nile. After Dr.
Iloltib returned to Austria, n fow
years ago, having earned a place in
the first rank of African travelers
by his seven years' of work in the
Zambesi region, he married the at
tractive anel gifted young Iaely who
is now wandering with him among
savage tribes. The entreaties of
her friends could not tuin her from
her purpose to accompany her hus
band in liis new explorations.
About $30,000 was raised to buy
their equipment, and when lust
heard ftom, two months ago, they
and their baud of porters were
plunging into almost wholly un
known regions of tho Upper Zam
besi. Mrs. Holub was in excellent
health, but her husband had suffered
to some extent from fever.
Last spring Lieutenant Valclio re
turned to Europe for a vacation,
after serving for three years on the
Upper Congo. Soon ufter his re
turn he married a fair Belgian, and
two mouths ago he and his bride
started for tho Congo, where ho has
re-enlisted in tho service of tho Free
State. At last accounts they wero
at Stanley Pool In good health, and
wero about to bturt for Stanley
Falls, 1,200 miles fiom tho sea,
where they will rcslelc.
One of tho most extensive tra
velers on the Congo is the wife of
tho missioiiaiy Grcnfell, who, with
hrr child, accompanied Mr. Grcn
fell on some of his long journeys,
during which ho pushed his little
steamer over three thousand miles
of the navigable waters of the Congo
and its affluents.
On an island in Lake Tanganyika,
not far from Ujiji, where Stanley
found Livingstone sick and almost
destitute, live Mr. and Mrs. Ilore,
who aie among the pioneer mission
aries of the lake legion. The un
liealthfuluess uf the mainland has
driven them to this island, where
they have a ptctty mission station,
anil where Lieutenant Gleerup, on
his trip across tho continent this
year, enjoyed the hospitalities of a
white lady in Central Africa.
A carpenter named Burgslay, who
is stationed at Luliiaburg, far up
the Kassai allliicnt of the Congo,
where he has successfully opencil
a plantation on which he has raised
big crops of rice, corn, sugar-cane
manioc, and European vegetables,
has expressed the wish, at the end
of his term of service, to bring his
his wife and children, now in Ger
many, to Luluaburg, and devote
himself to his plantation and cattle
raising. Two other employes of the
Congo State, Yon dcr Felscn, the
captain of one of the steamers, and
Schneider, a guniiiaker, whose terms
of service have expired, have peti
tioned the Government for permis
sion to settle on the Sautum river
to open plantations and raise cattle.
Dr. Wolf, to whom their petition
was referred, has advised that it bo
granted, and has expressed the
opinion that within certain limits,
selected emigrants from Europe
may safely be alloweel and even
encouragcil to bettle in the same
region. N. Y. Sun.
A SIEERA FLOWER.
The most remaiknble flower I
have ever come across, in more ways
than one, is that lonely little thing
which grows 14,000 feet above the
sea on Mount Whitney the highest
mountain not only in California, but
in the United States and 1,500
feet above the timber line, and at a
point among the clouds where all
other vegetation has utterly ceased
to exist. It is the monarch of the
world among flowers, however, and
is ladiant with beauty and freights
tho atmosphere with aromatic
sweets. There is no soil, not even a
thimbleful, and no moisture except
snow anel hail and ice where it
grows and looks pretty and proud.
In fact, this little flower during its
short existence, goes to sleep in icy
capsules every night and faces the
sunlight in the morning drippling
with tears of opal anel' pearl. It is
shaped like a hell llower, and is
gaudy in colors of red, purple and
blue. It is called Polemonium con
f'ertum, or Jacob's ladder. Its fra
grance partakes of the white jasmine
with an assimilation of musk. It
blooms alone, for it not only has no
floral associates, not even a spear of
grass or shrub, but there is no
creature, not even bird or insect, to
keep it company a single minute in
tile year. Rev. C. Traverse m N.
CHRISTMAS and New Year Curds,
all new unci of the vciy latest dc
MgnF, having ljecn carefully selected by
our Mr. T. J. Kinjj, who has jnt re
lumed from the Const. Cidl early at
King Bros.1 Art, Store. i0
JL Ciciiin 1
wish to obtain real good Ice
n Honolulu, olneivu the fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, near
Who? The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II. J. Ilnrt, iiroprietor.
How? 15y Telephone Mutual, 338.
Bell, 182. 73
Autists' Materials, Plaepies, Panels
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. 75 Gt.
Dit. Flint's IIuaiit Hkmeuv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease anel also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive hook
with every bottle. Benson Smith fc
Co., Agents. 351
(55.00 ONLY i the price
V lor 'l wo UaiinnB of nny
rich nnd always fresh mmle Steam Ice
Cream, guaranteed lo be absoluielv pure
or no p ly at iho Pioneer Sienin Cunely
Kaciory, Bukuiy mid Ice Cream Ilonms.
Practical Confcci loner and Orna.
mciitcr, Hotel Kt., Bet. Port & Niiuanu
Hi. Hawaiian nnd Bell Telephones,
No. 14. 4'J tf
DELICIOUS Kruit Ices and
bets at llie El.in:.
TCE CREAM of tho I'urctond Rich
1 nil ipiality f i mn one epiiirt to any
(unntity iiim-anls niu del hen el packed
In Ice, 'from It o'clock a.m. to (1 o'clock
! m., free of clniriH to any purt in Hono.
lulu nnd suburb by iho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory ami Bilieiy.
Knstl Never tasted
K.I bettor Coleeil
ns at the Ei. tk.
There u will a'wnys llnd a great vurie.
ty of Kaiii'y, Pluln, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
and many oilier kinds tf Cakes. Wed.
ding mid Bridal Uiikt-s, muilo to order.
I .- M
EVERYBODY Fiji Iho imported
C.imlluc ut thoEuTimro yiim.yum,
(Jo and try some I 73
Patuonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. Xf. Hingley, Cigar
Miinufactuicr, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, whoio ho is prepared to fill all
orders, at the lowest possible whole
bale prices. Island ordeis solicited
and pioiuptly filled. The attention
of dealers is icupuctfully invited to
tho fact "no licoiibo is icquired" to
sell these) cigars. Do not forgot the
liaiiio J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
ALAKEA& KING STREETS
nrnl ste Iho
for tide cheap, before purchus'
Having now passed Into tho hnnels
of responsible) parlies is pri'partil at
short notlre to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A conri leinble
DR, 3EJ X XJ 0 1? I O IS"
has been uinelc from tlm scale
farmer rules, ami
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
Crystal Soda Worts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
LcmonJ.Sodu, Lemonade, HnrFpri)l(t
Fruit Syrups anel Essences and
made from tlie puio Apple, nil of which
we guaianteu lo be the best.
We nho invito pnrties intending
Mailing ftons lor (be .nlc of irtd
drinks anel wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us liefou-" going dewhcie.
Tie Crystal Sofia Works,
P.O. Ilox !i&7, Ile.uMulu.
navlng fecuied the ScrvicesVif
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wcjiro prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n.
XaiiJLt:ii j g.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
II. HACKFELD & Co.
No. 68 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and V7alking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornices, Curtnin Poles, &C
made ot tho liilct-l (IohIkiis
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 uiul l!) Hotel street,
Fresh Giocorlcs and Provisions received
by every Klciuwr.
P.O. UovlliO, Hell Telephone) No.
:ilt) .Mutual Toll plume No. 101.
The White House,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Holel; Terms Benson,
able; First-clubs Accommodation!.,
M. W. PANDE1 S, Proprietor.
3 If, ly
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. HOHN, Practical Confectioner,
Piittry Cook and Bukcr.
71 Hotel St. "tt3r Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
no. i3 ipoxvv wx'ntEia-.r.
Constantly on hnnd a hire.u assortment
of every description of Jewelry, Wakhes,
Gold and Silver Plnted Ware, &e.
an El cti I
Do not Lose Your Chance I
First Come, First Served I
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, -
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Cnstonile Ming, Gents' MMm Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
by repeated nnd special request, a tmall imolec of the finest bond. made,
Obtainable in the
To bo held in honor of the
of His Majesty the King's Birthday.
Tuesday, November 16th.
Grand Kcception and Hookupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and in the evening Fire
Works nnd Honolulu Fire Dtpartincnt
"Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, from 0 o'clock, u. in.
Thursday, November 18th.
BiiBttball Touin iiiioul,
from 0 o'clock
from 1 eclock
Tubleaux, from 7 o'clock
Friday, November 10th.
Grand Ball, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
State Dinner. C8lf
A Live Morning Paper
" The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Mouth.
28DiivlEL LOQAN, Proprietor, ly
Sold at Cost!
- Opposite Irwin & Co'b
Inter-Mail S. I Co.,
The JSest Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
Tho new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
Tho Bteamcr passes along tho estir
coast of iho ltewurd side of II&whII, f.
fording tourifcts a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Keelake
kua Bay, where sufficient time 1 allow,
cd to vlblt the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punuluu
at 6 o'clock on the day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on th
vei?el, making the entire passage in
vmooth wutcr. At Punaluu thero Is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from thero tourists will be convoyed
by railroad to Pah&ln. thence by itag
coach to Half. way Houte, where horses
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vcy them to the Volruno.
'lourlsts will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano Houte.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expentei.
Apply to nAHKY AKMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort striet, or at tho oflico of the 1. 1 B.
N. Co., Esplanade. flttO Gm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
Ullla and Jtenta Collected,
Ileal I'.Htnte llouiclil and Bald,
All matters entrusted to mo will receive
piompt uttentlon, and returns
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlchol's More, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery Pic.
tures, Portruits and views. Fltrt-olas
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
W ly J. i, QON8ALYES,