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Ju-HuHm ffl tlWin,
SATI'HDAY, MAY !', I--.".
Tern Beulali from Newcastle
Situr Kinmi fiom Windward l'oiti
Ilktue Eureka from San Francisco
Schr Nettle Men 111 from Lahalua
Sclir Kliuknl from Wulahm
Schr Mauuokawal from Koolau
Sclir Emma from Koolau
Bktne Katie I'llcklugcr for S V
Stnir O 11 Bishop for Knunl via Walauac
mid Walnlua nt fl l m.
Stmr Tal Mukeo for Kapau
Brig Alllo Rowe for Hongkong
Sclir Kawullanl for Koolau
Sclir Lukn from Koholnlclc
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
Stmr Likellke for ICalinlul
Bktno W 11 Dliunud for San Francisco
Brig Ncptuic for lluinboldt liny
U SS Harlfonl for San Francisco
Sclir Emma for Koolau
Sclir Ncttlu Merrill for Lahaltm
Sclir Ehukal for Wnintun
Sclir Hob Hoy for Koolau
Sclir Walchu for Koloa
Schr Waioll for MaltUo
Schr Manuok'iwnl for Kool.iu
U S S Harlfonl. Pciklns
rlktiic John Smith.
Bktno Amelia, Ncwhall
Brig Neptune, Cozens
Brig Allle Howe, llollanil
Brig W II Mover.
Bk Tit Foster, Hugg
Bktno W II Dlmontl, Ilouillctt
Bk Forest Queen, Nellson
Ilk Memlota, Nash
S S Msulposa, Hay ward
Tern Bculuh, Wilson
Bktno Eureka, Lee
From Newcastle, per tern Beulali, May
8 Mrs I, More.
From Windward Ports, per tcamer
Klnau, May 0 Hon S U Wilder and
wife, J L Gow, 31 Loiiison, J Oleson, P
.lones, W Y Horner, S Macauley, A M
Hewett, .) Klklpl, W F Reynolds, Mrs O
S Kynnersley, Mrs .T Cummlngs ami 2
children, Mr W P Lumahelhel, Miss J
Judd, Miss Kuketurp, Miss M.Lahapa,
Miss Kaniullllll, Miss Kehaua, Miss 31
K Shaw, W King, wife and child, and
For Hongkong, per bi iir Alllo Hone,
May 9 Mrs J Brown, F W Scaife, and
about 108 Chinese.
From Kahului and by ports, per stmr
Likellke, May 0 Dr G A llawson and
wife, I)v Engclsen, Mis T W Everett, J
W Knlua and wife, Miss J) RlchanUon,
Mrs Rodgcrs, Miss L Brookes, Rev A O
Forbes, .1 T Ward, Bro Thomas. J Hob
bins, C Bolte and wife, W Sling. !
Chinese, 2 piisoncrs and 131! deck.
Arrivals at San Francisco, April loth,
schooner Hosario from Honolulu; April
20th, steamer Australia from Honolulu;
April 25th, schooner Anna from Hllo;
April 20th, bilg Hazard fromllilo; May
1st, baik Dlcovcry from llilo.
IJepartuies fiom San Fraucisco, April
21 t, bark Eureka for Honolulu; April
25th, schooner lloario for Kahului;
April 28tli, brig W G Irwin for Hono
lulu. To sail from San Francisco, May 2nd,
bark Mary Winkleman for this port.
Stmr Klnau brought 120 bags of sugar,
15 calves, C horses, 77 pkgs sundries.
The bark F S Thompson, Capt Potter,
arrived at ICahulut May 4th, 22 days
from San- Francisco with a cargo of
general merchandise. She will probably
.sail on Friday next in company with the
Showery weather at Kahului.
The schooner Ida Schnauer, Captain
Robertson, was towed out of Kahului
on Tuesday Jat by tho steamer LIkelike.
She took a cargo of sugar, 253.711 lbs of
sugar, valued at 81l,bl0.22 from Paia
Plantation, and 602,4011 lbs of sugar,
valued at S19.281.20 fiom the Hawaiian
Commercial and Sugar Co.
Schr Manuokawal brought (100 bags of
fciig.tr and 50 hides.
The Amelia has unshipped her rudder
to do some caulking there. She will
sail this evening if possible.
The brig Alllo Howe will sail for
Hongkong at -1 v M tills day with about
103 Chinese passengers and GO tons of
Sclir Waioli brought 038 bags of
sugar. She reports rainv weather at
The W II Meyer will sail lor San
Francisco on Tuesday next.
Stmr Likellke brought 1001 bags of
The tern Beulali, Capt Wil'on, arrived
yesterday evening, 00 days from New
castle with SOU tons of coal to Hackfeld
The Katie Flieklnger will sail this day
for San Francisco with 1-1,512 bags of
ugur and 0,0.10 gallons of molasses,
' valued ot 570,535.-14.
The bktueEuieka, Capt Lee, arrived
thlsmoinlng. IS days from San Fran
cisco with 25,000 bricks, 55ii bdls of
shingles, 1,7U0 it w posts, 2J2 sks of
oats, 270 sks of bran, 11. "i sks of barley,
250 bales of hay. She Is consigned to
Hackfeld & Co.
The stmr C It Bishop sailed this morn
ing at 0 o'clock for Wnlanac and ic
turned in the afternoon. She will sail
again at 5.110 this oveulng on her usual
III Honolulu May 0th, to the wife of
R. B. Fiench, a daughter.
The usual services atSt. Andrew's
Cathedral at 11 a. m. and 7:30 i m.
At the Bethel Union Church,
there will be services to-morrow,
with preaching, by the Bey. K. C.
Oggel, the pastor, at 11 a. m. and
7:30 1-. m. Subject, in tho morning,
"An unusual scene in the streets."
In the evening, the fourth of a
series of addresses on the Lord's
Prayer. Strangers and all others
are cordially invited.
"I Ought," will bo Mr. Cruzan's
Sunday morning theme at Fort
street Church. Tho "Self-seeker"
will be the subject of the Sunday
evening lecture to young men. All
LOOAL & CEIIEnAL HEWS.
A cunt, of 12 to 13 ycrtra of nee is
Tntnn bags of mail enmo by the
.Mm I post for the I'ost-ofllce.
Tnr. Casino will be closed to-morrow
on account of the funeral of tho
Tin: ball in honor of (.iucen Vic
toria's birthday will be held Tues
day evening, ilny 20th.
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Tin: Kaplolnnl Boat Club meets
this evening at 7 :!30 o'clock, nt No.
82 King street.
Tin: members of Pacific Hose Co.
No. 1 nie requested to meet at their
linll nl 1 o'clock sharp Sunday.
Tin: members of Engine Co. No.
f arc notified to meet at their hall
to-morrow at 12 o'clock noon.
Tin: funeral services for the late
Queen will commence nt 1 o'clock
to-morrow at Kawaiahao church.
The S. F. Call of April 28th
sny3 that Mr. Jules Tnvernier the
artist will leave shortly for Australia.
Tin: Bulletin stnff returns thanks
to the California Produce Co. for a
choice box of fresh cherries and as
paragus. The attention of the various
lodires. and companies of the Fire
Department, is directed to
O.v Monday morning at 9 o'clock
the box plan' for single seats for the
Montague-Turner concerts will be
open at Wiseman's.
PicTUnns of Her late Majesty
Queen Emma badges, cabinet, and
life size for sale at Sun Pearl
Gallery. 1017 2t.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street 1)80. tf.
Tin: brig W. G. Irwin left San
Francisco with a cargo valued at
S5,7yC. She has a large quantity of
boncineal, gasoline and nnptlia on
PiOTUiu: cord, and gold aud silver
wire,1 picture knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Art Store.
Mn. Thomas Golding, first oQlcer
of the Mariposa, has resigned his
position, and has been succeeded by
Mr. Yf. Ferguson, lute second ofll
ccr of tho Alameda.
Tnu new .steamer for Mr. Fred
Wundenberg is completed and will
leave San Francisco between the
12th and '15th of this month. She
will make the trip down in about ten
Tin: Hawaiian patients at the
Queen's Hospital having expressed
a wish to have a memorial service
there to-morrow, the Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh will hold it there at
By Ihc Alameda due on the 22nd,
Mr. S. A. Fuller, the new General
Secretary for the Honolulu Y. M.
C. A., will arrive. He was recom
mended by Mr. McCoy, and is at
present in Sacramento.
The California Produce t& Provi
sion Company has received by the
Mariposa a line variety of fresh fruits
and vegetables, the best in the mar
ket. Cherries 2.00 per box, aspa
ragus 10 cents per pound. 101 G 2t.
AVist, Dow & Co. have received
by the Mariposa, Ebony Corner
Brackets, Capo D'astros, Toy
Drums, Marbles, Mosquito Hoops,
and a large assortment of Birthday
Cards. 10 10 2t.
Tin: P. M. S. S. Zealandia may
not be looked for anyway before
Monday night. She did not leave
Sydney until April 2Gth, three days
behind her schedule time. This
was owing to a strike among the
laborers in Sydney.
A LKTTi'.n addressed to the "May
or of Honolulu" came by tho Mari
posa yesterday. It was handed to
Mr. llassinger, head clerk of the In
terior Department. The Post-olllce
should have retained it at least un
til the civic franchise question was
Bv the Kinau news is received
that a live-ton boulder fell from a
bluff at Laupahoehoe and struck
the mill. It went through the en
gine house, smashed tho flywheel
and two gear wheels, and knocked
things up in general. The schooner
Malolo will bring the wrecked ma
chinery to Honolulu.
Ox exhibition in the window of
King Bros., Hotel btreet, is a
picture of Honolulu in 1837. The
view is taken from this foot of Puo
waina, Punch-bowl Hill, and shows
Diamond Head, the bay, several
vessels at anchor and a multitude of
huts. It was drawn by E. Bailey
and engraved bv Kalainn, Lahaina
Mr. Julius 1, Hiclinrdon, innn
tigor of tho Wninuno plantation, died
nt the Queen's Hospital yesterday
afternoon ten minutes before four
o'clock. Wo stated yesterday his
condition was very low, and it is
with much regret wo linvo to-dny to
chronicle his death. The deceased
gentleman hnd many friends in these
Islands, and was held In the highest
esteem. He was born in Rochester,
Vermont, May 3rd, 1887, conse
quently was just over 48 years old.
lie arrived in these islands July
13th, 1859, on the American clipper
ship Phantom, 122 days from Bos
ton, Mnss. Mr. Taskcr S. Pratt,
brother of Mr. Frank Pratt, and Mr.
Joshua G. .Dixon were fcllow-pas-scngois
with him. The deceased at
onco went into the stock and dairy
business with his uncle the late Mr.
Ira Richardson at Puunui. Ho was
the first to run a milk wagon from
Kaawiki to Honolulu. About a year
later he went over to Koolau and
managed a rice planting business,
remaining there for two years. He
soon afterwards was sent to Jarvis
Island as superintendent for a guano
company. Four natives accompanied
him. Several vessels were sent with
pi o visions for them, but never
reached their destination. Three of
the natives died of starvation. They
had no provisions for a year, only
what they could get to cat off the
island. At last Dr. Judd, the agent
of the company, sent a vessel, and
Mr. Richardson was brought back,
but was in such u weak condition
that he had to be carried ashore
from the vessel. A suit was begun,
but the matter was settled amicably.
In 18GG, in partnership with Geo.
Jones, they ran the Volcano House
at Kilauca. He sold out his interest
later to Jones and went back to tho
stock business at Puunui, and later
was found at the Kahuku Cattle
Ranch. He came back to Honolulu
and after a short interval became
manager and part owner of the "Wai
anac plantation, which position he
held at the time of his death. The
deceased was cousin to Mrs. George
W. Smith and Mr. A. AV. Richard
son, of Honolulu, and Mr. Charles
Richardson, of Hilo. Ho leaves a
mother residing in the East, a widow
and three children to mourn his
loss. They have the entire sympathy
of the community in this their hour
of bereavement. The tug Eleu was
sent to Waianae yesterday noon,
when it was found he was sinking,
to bring Mrs. Richardson, but the
vessel did not get back until a few
minutes after seven o'clock. At 11
o'clock this morning a post mortem
examination was made by Drs.
Craddock and Henri McGrcw. Drs.
Robt. McKibbin aud Clark of the
U. S. S. Hartford were also present.
The report was that death ensued
from nervous prostration. The
steamer C. R. Bishop left this morn
ing at G o'clock for Waianao and re
turned at 2 o'clock this afternoon
bringing all the laborers from the
plantation, who will attend the
funeral, which takes place this after
noon at -I o'clock from St. Andrew's
Cathedral, the Rev. Alex. Mackin
Henry May & Co.
Messrs. Henry May & Co. have
just received from the California
Cracker Co., a new article in tho
shape of fane' cakes in two pound
tins. They are splendid, being quite
equal to the noted Huntley & Pal
mer's Reading Biscuit. The varie
ties arc numerous and include tea,
coffee, strawberry, oswego, arrow
root, etc. These are not the only
new goods received, to enumerate
all would take up too much space.
But we call particular attention to
Dutch and smoked herrings, New
York and young America cream
cheese, smoked beef tongues aud
salmon, and fresh roll butter on ice.
THEY COT FULL.
Two drunken natives, one quite
venerable, the other a young .stal
wart man with a vivacious temper,
sauntered out of the Bay-Horse
saloon, yesterday afternoon, to a
break close by. Both took the horse
by the bridle and began an earnest
conversation, which gradually grew
into a furious brawl, each shaking
his fist in the other's face and both
yelling at the same time. Finally
thc3'oungcr man lost his temper and
sailed into tho old fellow with malig
nant gestuscs. The elder native,
who was trying to run away all the
time, received many blows about
the head. A crowd soon gathered,
but no one' interfered until the police
came and marched them both off to
A NEW BUILDING.
On Monday next Mr. George
Lucas will commence the erection of
a new building for Mr. C. J. Fishel
at the corner of Foit and Hotel
streets. It will be of red brick
cement finished, one story, 38 by 07
ft. The height of the ceiling will be
1-1 feet clear. There will be three
large plate glasst windows, and three
entrances, one at the corner, and
one each on Hotel and Fort streets.
The Hotel street end will be used as
a millinery department aud tho re
mainder as a general store. It will
bo a very attractive building when
UHDKlt OB'' IMtOUKHSIOX
- roit Tin
FfNKn.M. or lint IjAti: MA.tr.nv
Manual of the Klnt-doui.
Mechanics1 Benefit. Union.
Honolulu Fire Department.
Improved Order of Red Men.
Ancient Order of Foresters.
American Legion of Honor.
Knights of Pvthlaa.
Geo. W. DcLong PostXo. 15. O. A. 11.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Aliahul Oploplo linl Pono Kristiano o
Kouohikls of the Lauds of the late Queen
Governor oi Oahu.
Detachment of Marines and Blue Jacket9
from U. S. S. Hartford.
Servants of the Deceased.
The Clergy of the Roman Catholic
Monseigneur the Right Reverend Bishop
of Ollm. Vicar Apostolic of the
The Clergy of the Anglican Church.
The Right" Reverend the BNhnp of
Olllcer Bearing Decorations and Jewels
of Her late Majesty.
Olllcer Bearing Crown.
Aliahul Oploplo Puuwal Lokahi.
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Carriage of Chief Mourner.
Carriage of Ills Majesry.
Ills Majesty's Staff.
Carriage of Her Royal Highness Prin
Carriage of Her Royal Highness Prin
Carriage of Her Royal Highness Prin
His Majesty's Ministers.
Diplomatic Corps, Admiral Upshur and
Members of the House of Nobles.
Judges of the Supreme Com t.
Oillcers of U. S. S. Hartford.
Post Master General.
Collector General of Customs.
Sheriffs of the Different Wands.
Clerks of Government Departments.
Custom House Oillcers and Officers of
Members of the Bar.
Hawaiian Population Generally.
The services will take place in the
The procession will form at 1
o'clock v. m., Sunday, May 10th, on
Those who are to precede the
Catafalque will form west of Kawai
ahao Church ; and those who arc to
follow, will form on King Street,
east side of Punchbowl Street.
The procession will start at 2
o'clock v. m., precisely, and pro
ceed through King Street to Nuuanu
Avenue, thence to the Royal Mauso
leum. Those parties to whom places arc
assigned on the programme and who
attend the Funeral in Carriages, arc
respectfully requested to furnish
their cards to their drivers, in order
that their carriages may be placed
in proper position in the procession.
The procession will be under the
direction of the Governor of Oahu.
Office of GovnitNou or Oahu, )
Honolulu, May 8, 1885. j
THAT MESSAGE FOR MAXWELL.
The cablegram sent to New Zea
land for the apprehension of Max
well, the alleged murderer of Preller,
will tako quite a circuitous route.
From St. Louis the message will go
to New York, thence to Cape Breton,
and thence by cable to Valentia,
Ireland. From Valentia it will cross
Ireland, puss under St. George's
Channel by cable, be repeated to
London, and thence by cable again
to Lisbon, Portugal. It will next
go by cable under tho Mediterranean
to the Island of Malta, and by an
other submariuo line to Alexandria,
in Egypt. It will reach Suez by
land and then go by cable under the
Red Sea to Aden, in Arabia. An
other cable will take it to Bombay,
India. Thence it will go to Penang,
in the Malay Peninsula, again by
cable to the Island of Java, from
which place another cable will con
vey it to Port Darwin, in North
Australia. Crostdng Australia to
Sydney, it will go through the South
Pacific cable to Wellington, New
Zealand, whence a laud line will
carry it to Auckland. The steamer
on which Maxwell sailed should reach
Auckland May 1st, so that the oill
cers will bo awaiting the murderer
for some time before his arrival.
S. F. Call.
A STORMY Y0YACE.
The Oceanic Stoomship C om
pany's steamer Mariposa, ( aptaln
Hay ward, nrnvcd fiom Honolulu
yesterday afternoon nt 2 o'clock,
twenty-four hours behind the lime.
In nn interview with Captain Hay
ward he stated that he left Hono
lulu on the 15th and hnd moderate
weather. On the 17th they met the
Australian steamer City of Sydney,
in latitude 20 -15 tulu., longitude
1-18 33 mln. On the 19th a heavy
gale was encountered, the engine
was slowed and the ship hove to.
Scuttles and skylights were washed
away and considerable water ship
ped on tho main deck. On the 20th
the gale moderated, though head
winds and seas prevailed most of
the way into port. 6'. F. Call,
To-night the Dramatic Company
repeat the above great success at
Music Hall. It is a ploy that is
strong from beginning to end. Mr.
Willie Simnis appears again as Pitta
cus Green. The performance will
conclude with the screaming play,
"The Spectre Bridegroom," with
Simms as Diggory. Do not miss
the opportunity of seeing "Hazel
Kirkc," and secure your scats at
once. Remember popular prices
A meeting of Privy Council was
held at noon. A vole of condolence
was passed on the death of Queen
Dowager Emma, and tho Minister of
Finance is instructed to pay a sum
not exceeding $G,000 towards de
fraying the expenses of the funeral.
It was decided that no more notaries
public should be appointed.
King Bros., Importers and Deal
ers in Pictures, Artists' Materials,
Cornice, Picture Mouldings, Etc.,
Etc., have moved to their new and
coinmo'dious store, Hotel street.,
cor. Union, where we will be pleased
to meet our old patrons and the
public. Cornices and Picture Frames
n specialty. All wo ask is a trial.
The temper by which right taste
is formed is characteristically patient.
It dwells upon what is submitted to
it. It does not trample upon it lest
it should be pearls, even though it
look like husks. It is good, round,
soft, penetrable, retentive; it does
not send up thorns of unkind
thoughts to choke the weak seed ; it
is hungry and thirsty, too, and
drinks all the dews that fall on it. It
is an honest and good heart that
shows no too ready springing before
the sun be up, but fails not after
Yes, indeed, journalism has made
wonderful strides in the past 200
years. Formerly, we kept an apology
on the "standing galley ;" now we arc
more bold and fearless, and every
day, almost, sonic man mysteriously
disappears, who, when last heard of,
had slipped on his overshoes to run
across the street and lick an editor,
expecting to be back in fifteen min
utes. Hill Nye.
Every human being has a work to
carry on within, duties to perform
abroad, influence to exert, which are
peculiarly his, and which no con
science but his own can teach.
Knowledge is valuable in propor
tion as it is prolific, in proportion as
it quickens the mind to the acquisi
tion of higher truth.
The best books have most beauty.
Kniiioliini Boat Club.
A SPECIAL nicetiui of the above
Club will be held at their rooms,
82 King Street, on SATURDAY evening,
May w, in .uu snarp. luvery meinucr
requested to attend, as business of im.
nominee will be brought forward.
1010 iit T. 11. MURRAY. Sec'y.
BY a man and hi it wife In a private
family, to do general work. Man
is an experienced coachman ami milker.
References given. Apply to
General liubiiKNs Agents, No. 00 Fort
Street. 1010 lw
ALL persons having any bills against
Her Majestv Queen Kapiolatii will
please present them, on or before tho
10th hist. Addre!f to
MRS. LYMAN SWAN,
1014 td Pom-Onicc.
iOOT llliick Stand. Comer of Port
and Hotel StrtetH. The only place
hi lown where you can get n Boss Sliinu.
C2T Give me a call. 1010 lw
rpUE place to
buy J. W.
Cigars. The Crystal
Soda Works-will lie a depot for these
lino Cigars, wholesale and retail,
171 H, WOODWORTH, of Honolulu,
li. and U. T. Halley, of Maui, have
tills day formed a co partnership under
tho firm name of tho Crystal Soda
Works Co. E. II. WOODWOHTH,
1010 8w V. RAILEY.
rpilK UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
X gives notice that he will not be
icsponsiblo for any debts contracted in
Ills inline without Ills written order.
Honolulu, April 15, 16S3. 090 lm
"VflCLt.Y Funuilicd Room?, well ten.
1 tll.iicl, nt Ko. 110 Kins Street,
oppose uif rciucnre oi r, uuiick.
UOTTAC'E TO LET.
TIIRKB-HOO.MKI) CoUhec. with
kitchen ntl.ichcd. Rent 15 tier
mouin. -ppiy on utu premises, 100
Nuuanu Street. l()l:i tf
A FURNISHED cottage, conveni
ently located, with not les than
three sleeping rooms. Applv at once to
AVERY & PALMER,
Real Estate Agents, No, CO Fort Street.
FUKNiSlTED HOOMS "
jTOR MAN and wife, with nccoinmo
X? dation to cook for themselves, or
board with the family. Apply nt 187
Nuuanu Strict. 070 tf
TM1E STORE lately occunied by
JL Samuel Noll, in Campbell s Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P. Dii.i.inqiiam.
Honolulu, April 1,1885. 085 tf
A FINE lot of Rice Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offered for
sale In quantities to suit buyers, at a
reasonable price. J-Jnqutrc ot
WONG LEONG & CO..
No. 10 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
rpilE HOUSE and premises situated
i In Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
lecently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
33 Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, lSjfi. 93a tf
"VfORRIS Place, Kallhi. All varieties
jl.tJL of tropical fruits In their season
can be procured by lcavinc order- at the
office ot J. E. Wiseman. I will call for
orders every Tuesday and n'riday and
deliver the fruit Wednesday or Satur
day, and will personally select and ship
bunches of Bananas to the coast. For
varieties of fruits and prices, enquire at
the office of .1. E. Wiseman.
1011! lw E. LYCAN.
Astor House Billiard Parlor
THE choicest luxury found. Bo5ton
and Chicago Pets, just arrived and
more to follow, tiic most fragrant Cigar
and Cigarette on tho Islands. Everyone
in the above great cities uses them. Try
the latest at the Astor House Billiard
Parlors, Hotel Street, near Fort.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor.
BILLIARDS, line cues, neat balls,
choicest tables. Visitors are made wel
come, a fine reading room being attach
ed to the Billiard Parlors.
TICKETS for the San FinncNco
Dramntlc Company for sale at the AS
TOR HOUSE. Boys, secure your seats.
Important Sale !
Wc have been instructed to sell at
Public Auction, on
THURSDAY, MAY 14th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at the storo foimcrly
occupied by SAMUEL NOTT, Fort St.,
the undermentioned articles belonging
to the Estate of the Late
HON. MRS. C. R. BISHOP,
ICoji l"ui"iiitiiic, rii"ioi-M,
Koa, Cocoanut, and olhor descrip
tions of Calabashes,
Niihau, Puna and Lauhala Mats,
In great variety;
And other ai tides too nuineious to
mention. The whole will be on view on
Wednesday, .May 13lh, 18S5, at !) a.m.
"3r All the above are in llrst-clasi
order and are well worthy the attention
LYONS & LEVEY,
1015 td Auctioneers.
Hit Mil BAZAR
Clearing Out Sale.
Goods are being marked down
in price us quickly as possible.
A good opportunity to purchase.