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r" ht- n . s t . v n ", , - Hi-: w. K-. '-" i - ' F k Rv y?7 5r u "J Vive Cent )cr Oopif. LOCAL NEWS. "Vil t TUB Jhriltj 'Jfntmlulu J?raa Will 1o for mile I j illy nt Uu I'ltiqes: I, M. OAT, Jr. & Co,. . T 0. TIIR1JM CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Merchant Mreet ....Foil street ,. lintel treeet Good rains are reportedon Maui. i - ' - Lawyer Peterson is reported nt Spreckclsvillc.'' The Reamer W. G. Hall is due from the other hlands to-day. , ... The steamer Geo. V Elder may be expected any tune after to-morrow night. The dealers in firearms and the lock smiths ought to be doing a good busi ness these times. A meeting of the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association wax held last evening. Our Maui correspondent reports that "one of Mr Girvin's attractive derks at Wailuku is about to double lip," A partial eclipse of the sun will be visible here this morning, commencing at 10:20 a. m. and ending at 1:20 r. m. The "new departure" of the steamer James I. Dowsett, fills East Maui with joy. Two mails a week just think of itl 1 , The schooner Liholiho returned from Niihau yesterday morning with & large quantity of 'the Planter's machinery. , - Some of the Portuguese immigrants that arrived by the ship Stirlingshire where landed at the immigration depot yesterday. Young people's prayer and praise meeting at the Bethel Union vestry at seven o'clock this evening, tor one hour. All are cordially welcome. Mr. J. E. Wiseman , will commence to-day to canvass the citizens of Hono lulu to make up the sum of $1,500, to bring Signor E. Campobello and his opera troupe to Honolulu. The Merry Makers will return from the other Islands to-morrow, and will give a performance at the Opera House to-morrow evening, with vtn entire change'bf programme. Do not fail to see them. Mr. C H. Dickey, the successful candidate in Makawao District, Maui, is laid up with a broken leg. It is reported that Mr. Dickey jumped too high in his exultation over the result of the late election in his district. Our genial friend, Col. Sam. Norris, did not leave for San Francisco by the bark Forest Queen, yesterday, as it was stated he would. At the last moment he changed his mind and concluded to remain a while longer, in this glorious clime. If you want anything in the line of clothing, underclothing, hats, caps, and furnishing goods, go to the store of M. Goldberg, on the corner of Fort and Merchant streets Mr. Goldberg has one of the finest stocks of clothing and furnishing goods in Honolulu. At the entertainment to be given in the Y. if. C. A. Hall this evening, part first of the ..programme will be contributed by the Y, M. C. A. boys, part second by adults. A good time may be expected, to which the families of the boys and the members also are invited. Exercises begin at seven o'clock. The Hawaii B, B. club held a meeting last evening at which the following officers were elected : F. J. Testa, President; A. S. Mahaulu, Secretary and Treasurer; Henry Kaia,, Captain. The club have been practicing for the past two weeks, and expect to make a better showing this year than they did last year, Last Wednesday night Mr. J. Mark- ham's chicken-coop was entered and several fine chickens were carried away. A native who works for Mr. Markhani came down town yesterday morning to look for the missing chickens, when he discovered five of them in the possession of a Chinaman. The Chinaman was arrested, but stoutly denied steal ing the chickens and explaining that he had bought them trom a native boy. Two Chingmen were seen carrying a large tub full of a black looking mess, up Nuuanu street yesterday afternoon Upon inquiring is to what the stuff was, and what they intended to do with it, they said that it was sugar, and that they were taking it to a Chinese bakery, to make cakes and pies out of, Upon inquiring further our reporter found that the stuff was number three sugar which had fallen into the harbor while unloading it from one of the Island vessels. It is learned that when a bag of sugar falls overboard it is fished out nnd laid aside until bought up by the Chinese bakers. The lot which was seen was in a tub and looked like a lot of mud, and as for being fit to eat, we do not believe even a Chinaman would eat it knowingly, This shows to what extent the Chinese will go to make money, and itis hoped il win dc a warning to tnose wno p.iuun ize the Chinese bakeries in town They say: That the Advertiser wiotc a column of editorial yesterday morning without making a point; that every- body in town is putting new locks on the doors j that quite an excitement was caused on Merchant street yesterday afternoon by a runaway negro ; that the "Governor", has gone back on the and intend? buying the Priss if he can; that the street cleaners are kept busy scraping Up mud on Nuuanu street ; that the Government leaders declare that the Opposition tax-payers ought to beg humbly if they want the present Administration changed ; that a rumor comes from Maui that the Kingiis about to expel the Government chef; that nobody believes rumors except those who start them ; that there will be some newspaper changes soon ; that the weather is as changeable as a Government Official's promise j that there have been eight attempted robberies in a week and a liulf ; that none of the would-be thieves have been caught as yet : that they are not afraid of being caught ; that the captain of the schooner Excelsior returned to Hilo yesterday ; that a new base ball club is to be organized soon ; that the Merry Makers will be back to-day or to morrow ; that Wash. Norton has learned to play on a "taro patch" fid dle 5- that the steamer' Geo. W. Elder will bring some good sugar news next week ; and that the citizens intend organizing a constitutional party this year. ROBBERS AND ROBBERIES. Tkroo Attempted RoVborlo In Ono Night. A Rolbors' Cnvo Found. About twelve o'clock last Wednesday night an attempt was made to enter and rob the residence of Mrs. E. C. Macfarlane at WaikikL About the time mentioned, Mrs. Mactarianc was awakened by hearing a slight noise at the window leading to her bed room. She arose, and on looking out saw a man examining the fastenings of the shutters. She immediately alarmed her son, Mr. E. Macfarlane, by ringing an electric bell, which connects the main dwelling with the cottage occupied by her .son. Mr. Macfarlane arose, and dressing himself hastily, he started towards the main house, when he saw a man hastily retreating around the corner of the house. He immediately gave chase to the burglar, and drawing his revolver he ordered the man to stop or he would shoot him. The robber would not stop, and Mr. Macfarlane thinking to scare him discharged his revolver over the robber's head, but not having the desired effect, he fired again, Hying to hit the fleeing robber. Mr. C. Macfarlane, who was sleeping in one of the cottages, hearing the shots, rushed out and joined the chase, firing his revolver at the robber when he first saw him, They chased the man through the gate and were following him, when Mr. E. Macfarlane accidently tripped and fell, and before he could rise and renew the chase the robber had made good his escape. Yesterday morning, on examining the grounds, a heavy sling shot was found, which was undoubtedly dropped by the robber in his hasty retreat. ANOTHER ATTEMPTi:!) BURGLARY. At about half-past nine o'clock the same night, a Portuguese burglar attempt to gain entrance to the residence of Mr. G. W. Smith, on Kukui street. At the time mentioned Mrs. Smith heard a noise Jn the back yard, and looking out saw the form of a man who was just arising from the ground, he havinc fallen over a box in the dark. By this time Mr. Smith had gone into the yard and saw that the man was a Portuguese, who upon seeing that he was discovered, turned and lied. Mr. Smith describes the man as being of medium height and stout build. AN ATI CMP r 10 BREAK INTO A CHINA MAN'S HOUSE. Sometime during the same night an attempt was. made to break into a store occupied by Chinese, on Beretania, near Maunakea street, An inch board in tho rear of the house was bored through with an auger in fifteen places all in a straight line across the board until the piece was broken in half. Half of the board was then torn froui its place, when the robber met with an unexpected obstruction in the shape of a wajl, of hard wood. He then departed without doing further damage. The half of the board which was torn frpm its place may be seen at the btation House. A ROBBERS' CAVE FOUND. On last Sunday, Mr. "R. Gerke, a farmer and stock raiser at Moanalua, had a horse and saddle and seventeen fine hogs stolen from his place while )e was in town. Un the lollowing Tuesday Mr. Gerke found the stolen hoggies in a natural cave, in the foot hills, the entrance to which had been blocked up with brush and other rubbish. He immediately released his pigs, who made a break for the ranch, as happy as if they had never known the burdens of being deprived of their liberty. The horse, however, was not found, and Mr. Gerke came to town and reported his losses to the police, Police Court Items. Thursday, March 4th. Wing Wing, charged with assault and batteryj nolle pos, entered. Civil Court Items. Thursday, March 4th. W. G. Ashley vs. J. de Monte, as sympsit foi $200; case, discontinued. 1.AU Nui vs. Lam Hing Lung, as sumpsit for $80,85; case continued uii til the 8th inst. ' Lam Yip vs, Chung Lung and Lee Agents, "typm' t Y DAILY HONOLULU PRE.SS, FRIDAY, MARCH,sri886., Ming, assumpsits for $119.67; judgment for plaintiff for full amount. II. S. Tregloan ys. H. F. Bcrtlemann, continued from the 1st inst., action for rent, $200) continued for judgment until the 8th inst. L. U. Kerr vs. I. 13. Peterson, for $74; judgment confirmed. R. Antonc s. W. L. Wilcox, for $74.75 J case discontinued. i a a nn Mr, H. Anmtaqt. Dear Sirs Wo have just returned from a trip to the Volcano of Kilauea per the " W. G. Hall," via Punaluu, and have much pleasure in bearing testimony to the admirable manner in which the whole arranecments are conducted with a view to the comfort and con venience ol tourists. The hotel and meals supplied by Mr. Lee of Punaluu it would not be easy to surpass anywhere. And at the half-way House a really first-das', meal is provided both on the up and down journey. There is no doubt that this is by far the most comfortable route by which t0 '$'1 the Volcano. We are yours truly, II. W. DRYSDAL. LESLIE E. CLIFT. 1'. S. This is, we had better state, quite voluntary and unsolicited. H. W. D. L. E. C. Honolulu, December 14, 1885. ' SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Vessels Expected trom Foreign Ports. Uremen, Ger. bk Furst Bismarck. , Von der Vring. Due May 20-30. H. Hackfeld & Co. Agents. Boston, Atn. bk Jas. S. Stone Barstow Due April 10-15., l '"ewer co. Agents - Callao, H. B. M. S. HeroJne. , Due April 20-30. Callao, II. B. M. S. Satelite Due April 20.-30. Esquimalt, H. B. M. S. Triumph Due April 20-30. Gl ASGOW, Brit, bk Natun a To sail Nov.s. F. A. Schaefer & Co Glasgow, Brit, bk Birmah Jenns. Loading Jan. 14. F. A, Schaefcr,& Co., Agents. ' Honc Kono, Am. bk Ceylon Calhoun. Due April 10-20. Agents. Hong Kong, Am. bk MargueIiita Edwards. Due Feb. 25-30. Agents. Liverpool, Brit, bk Lapwing, De Gruchy. Sailed January 16. Theo. H. Dawes S: Co., Agents. Newcastle, N. S. W. Am. bk Chas. B. KtNNEY , Due now. New Castle, N. S. W. Am. bk Sonoma Howes, duo Feb. 15-20. Hackfeld & Co. Agents. New Castle, N. S. W. Brit, bk Tycoon... Rickaby. Due March 1-5. Wilder & Co. Agents. Nlw Castle, N. S. W. Nor. bk Cap.'. , . v Christiansen. Due April 1-5. Wilder & Co. Agents. New Castle, N. S. W. Brit, bk Star or Devon Due March 15-20. Wilder & Co. Agents. , New bk'NE'i.LTrMVsrAnE.'... Gould. Due April 20-25. Castle & Cooke. Agents. Port Townsend, Am. bktne Amei ia Newhall. Due March 15-20 Port TownsbWd, Am. bktne Klikitat. .i. Cutler. Due Mar. 5-10. H. HackfeM & Co. Agents. Port Townsend, Haw. bk Hope Pendhallow. Due March 15-20. Lewers & Cooke. Agents. San Francisco, Brit. S. S. Austraiia.... Droiigh. Due March 13th. H. Hackfeld Co. Agents. San Francisco, Am. tern V. S. Bowne... Paul. Due Maich 1-10. F. A. Schaefer & Co. Agents. San Francisco, Am. bgtne W. G. Irwin Turner. Due March 4-12. W. G. Irwin & Co. Agents. San Francisco, Am. bk Caidarien Hubbard. Due March 4-12. H. Hack feld &. Co. Agents. San Francisco, Am. S. S. Geo. W. Elder Due March 5-7. W. G. Irwin &. Co. Agents. San Francisco, Am. S. S. Mariposa Hayward. Due March 20. W. G. Iruin & Co. Agents. , Sydney, Brit. S. S, Zealandia Webber. Due Mar. 10. H. Hackfeld & Co. Agents. Sydney, Br. S. S. Mararoa Eddie. Due March 13. W. G. Irwin & Co. Agents. Merchant Vessels Now in Port. Br. shipSTlRLINGSlllRl Alexander Br. tern Lottie Fairfield Bingay Am. bk C. 0. Wiutmore Thompson Haw. schr Jennie Walker.. Anderson Am. tern E A Wikman Am. bktne Oo(3. Perkins . ...Ackcrmann An. bktne MARY WlNKELMAN Backus Am. bgtne Courtney Ford Miller Am. bk M ajesi ic Burton Am. bktne John Worstfr Uittscher Am. shi Sumatra Olsen Haw. Brig Allie Rowe Phillips AltlllVALS. Thursday, March 4th. Stmr Kilauea Hqn, from Hamakua, Hawaii. Stmr J I Dowsett, from Paia, Maui. Schr Emma, from Lahaina, Maui. Schr Mana, from Honomu, Hawaii. Schr Liholiho, from Niihau. nM'AllTUKES, Thursday, March 4th. Stmr C R Bishop, for Ilamakua, Hawaii. Stmr 1 I Dowsett, for Paia, Mauu Stmr Kinau, for Maui and Hawaii. Bk Forest Queen, for San Francisco. Bktne John Smith, (or Sail Francisco. Schr Waichu, for Kauai. f ritssKLs LpArjNo Firiujx.fi Stmr Lehua, lor Uamakua, Hawaii, t, Schr Jennie Walker, for South Seas. Schr Emma, for Lahaina, Maui Schr Liholiho, for Kauai. Schr Luka, for Kohala, Hawaii. Schr Mana, for Hilo, Hawaii. -VA I'AssissauJts, DFl'ARTURES, For Maui and Hawaii, der steamer Kinau. Thursday, March 4. Misses Tell (2), Mr Hildebrand and wjfe, Mr Ehlers, II C Austin, Mrs Wright, Mrs May, and 42 deck, For San Francisco, per "bark Forest Queen, Thursday, March 4, E P Low and Dr Brandt, NOTKH. The steamer1 Klladea Hou brought 3,170 bags sugar. The steamer, Kinau sailed on her. regular route at noofyTesterday., 1 The schooner JJholiho arrived from Niihau jestcrday morning, bringing a lot of the Planter's machinery. The schooner Mana brought 1,100 bags sugar from Honomu, Hawaii, She salts for Hilo, Hawaii, this afternoon. 'I he steamer J. I. Dowsett brought 760 bags sugar from Paia, Maui. She sailed again for the same place last evening. The barkentine John Smith sailed for San Francisco yesterday afternoon, taking 17,149 bags sugar. Domestic value, $89,423.19. The bark Forest Queen sailed for San Francisco yesterday aftefndonj tatting 13)288 bags sugar, 1,000 bags rice and 149 barrels molasses. Domestic value, $74,520. ileto Jtfibct'ttocmcnts. HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE. "Amusement is a. Necessity!" Return of the World-Renowned WASU. NORTON And his Famous MERRY MAKERS. TO-MORROW EVENING, Saturday, March 6th. Complete change of Programme Every thing new. First time of the marvelous Katie King Mystery. "Do the dead return, or is it a deception ?" First time of the ancient Stocks or; Pillory of the Salem Witchcraft, oiuVimpossibtliit, First time of Wash. Norton's Hibernian sketch entitled, "Barney's Courtship, or Love in Ould Oircland." First time of the screaming sketch) entitled, "Vou Don't Say So?" Tuesday evening, March 9th, MR. HENRY NORMAN'S (the Popular Baritone) BENEFIT. "Box plan at Wiseman's. Commences at 8. Carriages at 10:15 p. m. v 158-21. MOTHERS! The most durable and prettiest GOODS ov Children's Clothes Especially Boys' Suits, that you ever saw, are for sale by CASTLE &' COOKE. JOSEPH TINKER, Family Butcher, CITY, MARKET, Nuuanu St.. Opposite Chaplain Lane. I am now prepared to deliver orders daily withinia radius"" of three miles, including Vai' kiki, PaUma and Nuuanu Valley. Families supplied with Prime Beef and Mutton. Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues, always on hand. 150 ti AN "INV'OrC'E OF IRESIt EXTRA Pilot & Medium Bread FQR SALE AT VERY LOW RATES, DY H. Hackfeld & Co. 154.11? enmtl JlbucrttBcmcnta. COOL OFF! ICE CREAM, DID YOU SAY? (Bcncntl bbcdiccmcnto. JThe White House , NWil8 Nuuanu1 ' Street, Honolulu, letween tani'and,Ku1(iilbtrtl, Mrs.',iVieri,aji Proprietress, BI8HOP tfe CO'S. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RECEIVE 1 x FURNISHED ROOMS TO KENT With and without board, by the week or month, Terms reasotnble. accommodMiont. the tfiftfE 'jacsk, - Which I sitiuted on the outskirts ol the city, is hand- some find attractive, not only for its itjle of architecture, but Tor the beautifully laid out grounds In which It stands. AIL tub Rooms ark I. a Hob and Lofty, And no expense has been f pared to render them as at tractive as os&ible. A READING ROOM. V it ted u with Bomq sod volume, nrul containing on of Koscner's Pianos, Is set apart ibr guesU, TUB TA 11LE Is of tht he st the city affords, and ntver wants for tropical fruits and flowers In abundance. A LAKGK HATH WITH SHOWER ATTACHED, and every convenience on the premises. . Mrs. Vicrra coiuults the comfort of her cuests on all occasions, and none but the respectable are ad mil ted. 138 tf MONEY AT THElfc SAVINGS ANK UrON THE FOL. LOWING TERMS On sums ol five f lundred Dollars or under, from one person) they will piy interest at the rate of rive, per cent, per annum, from date of receipt on all sums that shall have remained on deposit three months, or have been on deposit three months at the time of making up the yearly accounts. No Interest will be computed on fraction of dollars or for fractions of a month No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn within liireu months from date of deposit. Thirty days notice must be given at the Hank of an intention to withdraw any money ; and the Depositor's Pass-book must be produced at the same time. No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the Depositbr, accompanied by the proper Pass-book, On the first day of September of each year, the accounts will be made up, and interest on all sums that shall have remained on dei omI three mbnths or more, and unpaid, will be credited to the depositors, and from that date form patt of the principal Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will be received, subject to special agreement. The Bank will be open every day in the week except Sundjstind Holidays. ?tta7o BISHOP ft CO. TWTETROROLITAN MARKET. KING STREET, C. J. WALLER, Proprietor Gholcost Moats ifrom Finest HeriU. Families and shipping supplied on ihort notice and at Lowest Market Prices. All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly chilled immediately after killing by ne.tn of a Bell. treated retains all its juicy properties, and is putrantted to keep) longer after delivery than freshly-killed meat; TENNER & CO., Manufacturing and Importing iVo. 02 Fort Street Havej just received per "Mariposa" the most elegant assortment ol F'HN E JEWELRY, SOLID and plated silvlr ware E er brought to this market ft Clocks, Watches, Bracelets, Gold Chains ami Guards, Sleeve Buttons Stiids, Etc., Etc. And ornaments of all kinds. J . . - Elegant Solid Silver .Tea SetV "' And all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation. These goods are all of the finest quality and latest designs and comprise a complete stock J of all article? wi this branch of business which will bo sold at close figures. KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY Made to order. 1 he repairing branch of our business we regard as an important one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will be executed in a manner second to none. Engraving YOUR WIFE AND Of every description, done to order, MAKE happy, ,by suppl)ing them -with ""n Pid orders and job the celebrated 'ELITE NJE UKEAM, mailc from pure NVoodlawn Dairy Cream. Go and surprise our folks ; order a bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. We pack orders, for Ice Cream (from, oqe to fifty-, quarts) in Intent Kefricerator Cans,' warranted to keep its A- lighiful flavor and perfects form for tnaiy hours. FAMILIES, PARTIES, BALLS AND WEDDINGS, SUPPLIED, , - Our Fancy Cakes, are tht; fapr!tq, with al the Tadies of Honolulu. Choice French Candies, Imported Fresh, and in great variety, by eery steamer. larRing up Bell Telephonei Nq.jl82, or "' Mutual No.' 338, " tar The Elite Ice Cream. .Parlors, 85 Hotel street, are open daily until 1 1 r, M. 21 iv NEATEST JOB PRINTING excutad to ordw at the Pnass office. other Island. Patronize Home Particular atten work from the- ndustry ! '.JT. "W. Hing'ley, Cigar, Manufacturer, . Frimer!y oHhe. Pioneer Cigar Factory has opened a salesroom in the front part of the Crystal Soda Works, No. 69 Hotel Street, where he is prepared to fill all orders at the lowest wholesale rates, tlF Island orders solicited and promptly filled. Hawaiian Dell Telephone No. 298,' Mutual Telephone No. lo. 81 lyr GEORGE ENGELHARDT, (FORMERLY WITH SAMUEL NC'TT), t Importer and Dealer in Stoves, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, CROCK.ERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE, AGATE IRON AND TJNWARE. AGENT HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY I1EAVER HL0CK, FORT ' STREET ' Store formerly occupied, by S. NQTT, opposite Spreckels 8. Co.'s Bank. 105.1)' u ..I 6cncril Jltiucriiocmcnto. HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY k V J - X im mrr v Will Openoru ofaboul March 15, i Alum, liorax, Brimstone, Chalk, Clay Pipe, Corks, Crayons, Emery flour, Emery-'-Sand, ' Glue,, assorted, Powder, Insect, Polish, Stove and Knife, Potash, Plaster of Paris, Plumbago,11 ' Rosin, Saltpetre, Sal-Soda, Sapolio, , , Shellac, lowest market rates. Vk. : V, Sulphur, Stone Rotten, r Stone Soap. t Stone Pumice,"' Whiting, '" Wax, . Dry Paints, - , , White and Red Lead , Litharge, Yellow Ochre, Venetian Red . Burnt Umber, Metallic iPaint White Zinc,' Lamrj Black, Ultramarine Blue Vermillion, Paris Green ' 1886.. NOi(M;LN'ESE EMPLOYED. -:o:' 'to LI Keep constantly on hand the following articles, in lump or in bulk, which they sell very cheap : Silicon, They also keep the latest and best assortment of Agricultural Implements and; Tools Of all kinds, to be found in the country ; also, 1 50 and 1300 fire test ; Lubricating Oils of every kind needed on these Islands, and all kinds of Mill Supplies. All at M. CAMPBELL'S BLOCK, Corner of Kort and Merchant S.ts., Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of' 1 ' Gents' Fine Furnishing; Goods. . ' ' - Clothing ti' "' Hats and Qaps. Particular attention is called to art elegant line of ' , GENTS' B. F, DILLINGHAM, President & Manager. JAS. G. SPENCFjR, Secretary & Treasurer T Pacific Hardware Ooinpanj JVo. 7 and 70 Fort Street. Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel' Nott. r NEW GOODS BY LATE ARRIVALS: Carriage Whips A large invoice at very low prices, , Bridles of superior manufacture. i .A perfect success, The HICKOK CALCIUM BURNE,Rf power. The most powerful light ever introduced into this market. Kerosene Oil, fresh and pure, in quantities to suit. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods, Silver Plated Ware, t New Goods constantly arriving. ' PACIFIC HARDWARE C,0., Honolulu, H. B. MOTI11E & BRO IM PORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries,. Provisions and Feed. furnia New any patt office Uox Kant Cvni Vm X !?icl 3CtrK fti'tiHt. " AT . T1.1! I goois received by every packet from the KaiteriiJilateianJ! hurQiinHhFmh Call Produce by eery steamer. All orders faillilully attendeililoanil'jfioiijfiiiell"errJ t of Ilia city ree of charge, Island orders solicited., .vSatlsfaqtum. ouaranterUf '(Post, No. 145 i Telephone No. 92. , w ,. j Wy ..mailY " ' 1 '