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THURSDAY, JUNK 25, ISM.
Schr Malolo fiom Latipahoehoc
tii'lir Kiiwnllaul from Knnlnii
Stmr U II UUhop from Kauai
!3tmr Lehua f row Wludwaid Port
Solir Mamiokawal fioiu Knolati
Rehr Kawiillanl for lvoolau
Stmr Kllauca Hon for Wludwaid ports
British bWOi lento. Hughe
13k Cnlbarlen, Hubbard
Bk Hope, Pcnhallow
linrkculitio Ella, Howe
S S Almiiuiln. Moro
Brit Ilk Blruiali. Julius
Bk Julia Ford, Hurgcninn
For Kauai per (iur Planter, Juno 24
Mis Bertha von llolt, Col '. S Spald
tng, wife and !i ehlldicn. Mies Katu
MnkeenMr3 It Mnkec, II F (Hade, F
Richtcr, L Kaltofon, wife and child,
Mrs J F Simpson and 1! children. Mrs A
Clemens, A Cropp and 75 deck.
From Kauai, via Waialua and Wal
inao per stmr 0 Jt Bishop Jns Gay &
wife. Miss M Moore, M Mahelona', L
Marolmut and Mls M Kama.
Schr lCuwailani brought 2S0 bag of
Schr Malolo brought ISliO lugs of mi
gav from Laupahoolioe.
The Kapiolanl boat club crew were
pulling about tho bay last evening in
their new boat.
Two htrands of the hawser that run
from the main to the fore-mast of the
bk Orlente for a purchase to hoist heavy
freight parted yesterday by a ten ton
weight. It was dicoveied and llxed in
time to prevent any accident.
Stmr O 11 Bishop arrived at 4 o'clock
this morning with 2!ll bags of Migar and
1,550 bags of paddy. She sails at live
o'clock this evening for Koolau to get
1,400 bags of paddy. She will return
Stmr Lehua brought :i,00: bags of
sugar. She takes the Llkcllkc route
The sailing of the Kilauea Hon has
been postponed until to-morrow noon.
Tho bk Julia Ford wh eh is now in
port was foiincrly the Hawaiian bark
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyons & Levey advertise n very
desirable residence to let.
Wiseman' has a beautiful seaside
residence at Waikiki for sale.
Wall gives a long list to-day.oi
coming events at the Yosemite rink.
Chas. Ilustace makes an announce
ment to-day, which no housekeeper
can afford to overlook.
Lovejoy & Co. advertise recent
arrivals of full lines ot beverages in
their line, which they offer at very
J. A. Dowxn offers some of those
staunch boats of improved design
made by him, for sale to close 6ul
"All serene" is the report from
the quarantine grounds this morning.
The sick are doing well, and the well
Doubtless scissors and needles
are flying to-day over costumes for
the carnival first ever held here at
the Central Park rink to-morrow
Ouk reporter fails to inform us
from Punahou whether any of the
Zoology students, in their investiga
tions, ever came in contact with that
intelligent and ubiquitous animal, the
A uASEiiALL club has been organ
ized, composed entirely of native
boys. It has now been in practice
a week, and will shortly enter the
lists with other clubs. No name has
yet been selected for the new club.
The examination of the Punahou
Preparatory School passed off pleas
antly this forenoon, in presence
of a goodly number of visitors. To
morrow the closing exercises will oc
cur, which arc to be of an interest
Duhino the battalion drill last
evening, the companies having been
brought to "parade rest," the Major
gave tho order, "Wipe your sweats,"
and the spectators perspired with
mirth until it was necessary for
them, too, to obey the oidcr.
A rnr.n entortainment, literary and
social, is to bo given by the . M.
C. A. al their hall this evening, at
half-past seven o'clock. This is the
first of a monthly scries, and it is
superfluous to say that a good time
may be expected.
Tin: Messrs. Oat, with unflagging
patriotism, are determined to flag
the whole town for the Fourth.
They also purpose giving a series of
balls over their counter in honor
of the samo occasion. Also, bats to
match that is, hit a base intruder
on the field with one of them on the
head, and the bawl will come out of
Ih the Kahauiki bridge on tho
Ewa road, about two and a half
tnllcs from town, n dnnjjarotts liolo
linn existed for three weeks or so. A
heay lontl would break through tlio
rotten planks, while tho hole is so
situated as to inevitably catch a
hor.so on a dark night. To mentibn
tills fact is doubtless all that is
necessary to have the bridge made
Tri some of Cbnrlio McCarthy's
C. J. McCarthy has just received
per Alntncila a lot of California Fa
vorite Cigars, Con Ainorr and Little
Dudes. Try them.
Call and sec our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, chromos, etc.,
etc. King llios.' Arl Store, Hotel
Street. 5 1 3t
Ir you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Niiunnu street. 9S0. tf.
Dow & Co. received ex
it large assortment of fur-
ntttnc, including 1). "W., ash and
maple marble top sets, cheap sets,
and n large number of cheap bureaus
and wash-stands, to lie sold sepa
rately. Velocipedes, willow bats,
largo vaiiety of baseball, American
and Hawaiian Hags and a good as
sortment of lire-works for the 4th.
They also received ex-Ella a large
assortment of small cheap tables.
THE FOURTH CELEQRATION.
The meeting at the Hawaiian
Hotel, to make arrangements for the
celebration of tho "glorious fourth,"
came off as announced last evening.
Mr. J. E. Wiseman submitted the
programme ordered by the prelimi
nary meeting, as follows: Salutes
at sunrise, noon and sunset; pro
cession of antiques and horribles at
five o'clock in the morning; exer
cises in the Music Hall at 10 a. m.,
including prayer, introductory re
marks, music and singing, an oration
and reading of the Declaration of
Independence ; ball on Friday even
ing. The following Committees
Salutes and Bells J. M. Oat, Jr.,
J. W. McGuirc, S. M. Carter, AV.
Antiques and Horribles II
Ilcbbard, G. C. Stratemeyer, E,
Williams, James lorbert, (J. K
Literary S. B, Dole,
Scott, Dr. Emerson, Dr. J
Decorations G. C. Stratemeyer,
W. Unger, C. E. Williams, M. Gios
man, C. K. Miller.
Music ,7. H. Paty, C. M. Cooke,
J. W. Yarndley, W. W. Hall.
Refreshments P. C. Jones, B. F.
Dillingham, W. M. Graham, F. M.
Printing J. E. Wiseman, F. L.
Clarke, R. S. Smith, Frank Godfrey.
Finance Hon. H. M. Whitney,
R. W. Laine, Jos. Hyman, C. H.
Eldridge, J. E. Wiseman.
Ball Sub-committees of Arrange
ments Floor Manager, F. F. Has
tings (white rosette) ; Reception,
It. W. Laine, J. M. Oat, Jr., J. II.
Fisher, J. Simmons, W. M. Graham,
A. W. Richardson (blue rosettes) ;
host and Hostess, His Ex. G. W.
Merrill and lady ; Floor, W. Unger,
L. C. Abies, C. A. Brown, H. Gunn,
C. J. Deering, S. J. Levey, J. E.
Wiseman (led rosettes).
Mr. Wiseman desires all the Com
mittees to call at his ollice as soon
as possible, so that the completion
of arrangements and the programme
may be expedited.
MITICATION OF SENTENCE.
This morning in the Intermediary
Court three Chinamen appeared be
fore His Honor Justice McCuily
appealing for mitigation of sentence
passed upon them in the Police
Court for gaming. They had been
arrested for playing cards in their
own domicile to the extent of two
cents per game, for which offense
they were sentenced in the lower
Court to 10 days imprisonment at
hard labor and fined 820 each. Mr.
Justice McCuily said lie was not in
favor of Chinese being made scape
goats for the gaming act, while per
sons of other nationalities were
allowed to gamble with impunity.
Tho accused having pleaded guilty,
he reduced the fine to 85 each and
the imprisonment to one hour. Mr.
W.. A. Kinney ably set forth the
facts of the case on behalf of tho
THE FAREWELL CONCERT.
Scats are going fast for the fare
well Montague-Turner Concert on
Saturday evening. Those who de
sire to secure choice of remaining
ones should lose no time in calling
at Mr. Wiseman's oillcc to have
them reserved. There is now no
room for doubt that the farewell
house granted these accomplished
artists will fully sustain the reputa
tion for musical taste borne by this
community. Mingled with tho en
joyment that is certain to bo the
portion of the audience, there will,
of course, be an element of regret
that the notes of the Hawaiian can
tatricc are, by all present likelihood,
to be tho last, for a long time at
least, in a professional way in her
The public- oral examination
classes in the Oahu College at Puna
hou commenced this forenoon at
9 : 16. Forty students were present,
18 young men and 22 ladies. Tho
spectators wero not so numerous as
pci haps they ought to be. Collego
programmes are nptto bo considered
with a sort of awo by ordinary citi
zens as being beyond and above thslr
comprehension. But the proceed
ings to-day, though under formida
ble names on tho published cards,
were conducted in such a manner as
to interest ns well as to instruct tho
spectator. Valuable pieces of in
formation might bo gathered by an'
intelligent listener from the answers
of the students. Among the friends
of the institution in attendance wcic
the lion. S. B. Dole and Mrs. Dole,
the Rev. Oliver Emerson, Mis. J.
O. Carter, Mr. M. 1). Bcckwith,
Rev. S. E. Bishop, Mr. E. G.
Hitchcock, Mrs. C. M. Hyde, Rev.
13. C. Oggel, Dr. N. B. Emerson,
Mrs. V7 C. Jones, Mrs. A. O.
Forbes, Mrs. S. G. Wilder and Miss
The examination opened with
Physical Geography in the main
loom and English literature in the
recitation room. In the former,
there were eight young men and
nine ladies. Tho lchson was con
ducted by Mr. E. C. Sanford. The
students showed a fair knowledge of
the tides, currents and other features
of old ocean. In English literature,
Miss Addio Peterson, fourth year
student, gave a good resume of the
history and nature of the literature
of the language.
The next subjects taken up were
Zoology and Greek. Three lads
were examined in Greek of the
second year, Messrs. Walter Dole,
Herbert Dole and W. J. Forbes.
In tho Zoology class four young
men and nine ladies were present.
Tho text book used is that of C. F.
and J. B. holder. The Principal
intimated that the class had gone
through the work, and that special
attention had been given to localiz
ing the results of tho text book les
sons. Hawaiian Zoology was made
a specialty, members of the class
pursuing their investigations on their
own account. Miss Emma Ronton
read an essay on Moths and Butter
flies, giving the result of a series of
investigations and observations made
by herself. Miss Ilattic Hitchcock
read her essay on Mammalia. Pro
fessor Merritt here acknowledged
the kindness of Hon. S. B. Dole,
whose list of Hawaiian birds had
been placed by that gentleman at
the disposal of the students. A
number of original, well written
essays were shown besides the two
read. Miss. E. E. Mossmau wrote
on " Foreign Birds acclimated in
the Hawaiian Islands;" Rose C.
Davidson on Hawaiian Singing Birds ;
Lillian Lyman, on "Wading Birds
of the Hawaiian Islands;" Oliver
Carter, on "Sharks;" Horace Cham
berlain, on "Crabs," giving a large
amount of information, gathered
from natives and otherwise, dcsciip
tivc of about a dozen different varie
ties of these Crustacea ; Ida Camp
bell, on "The Winged Insects;"
Arthur Brown, on "Swimming
Buds;" May Dillingham, on "Cen
tipedes and Scorpions;" Helen
Severance, on "Spiders of the Ha
waiian Islands ;" and Fred Whitney,
an, "Coral Polyps."
Algebra and Geology were next
taken up, the one under the direc
tion of Mr. E. C. Sanford, the other
under Professor Merritt. In Alge
bra tho students solved several pro
blems in quadratics on the black
boards, and afterwards elucidated
the methods of solution. Three
students were examined in Geology,
and gave a good account of their in
vestigations in that science. English
history and Geometry were the next
subiec'ts on the programme. The
history class consisted of three
young ladies, Misses Severance,
Soienson and Forbes, and was ex
amined by Miss M. E. Spooner. An
excellent feature of this exercise
was that the pupils in their answers
talked history not recited telling
what they knew of it generally in
their own terms, and exhibited a
creditable familiarity with the course
of events as well as an intelligent in
terest in the great panorama of the
past. The Geometry examination
was conducted by Professor Merritt.
Quite a number of propositions
were gone through. Reasons and
authorities arc cited at every step,
and nothing is taken for granted,
The hour for lunch having arrived,
the friends present were cordially
invited to adjourn to the geneial
domestic and partake of some phy
sical nutriment. It is needless to
say that this invitation was duly
honored. Tho visitors found a well
spread table and all enjoyed a plea
The several military companies" of
Honoluln turned out Inst night for
a battalion dull under Major Uaker.
After a little manoeuvring on Fort
street the companies were marched
along King street for a short dis
tance, where they were brought into
line. The Household troops went
through varioua movements in march-
ing and tho inntiual of arms in fine
order. Their Mnjestios tho King
and Queen wcru present, and a
popular concourse gathered to wit
ness tlio tactics. About 10.1") o'clock
the companies, headed by the Royal
Hawaiian Band, marched to tin
Armory on Queen strcot, and there
TO-HICHT'S CRAND CONCERT.
To-night occurs the giand concert
in aid of the Kaumakap!liChurch
building fund, to be given in that
edifice. Apart from the high worthi
ness or the object, a musical treat is
assured that of itself should secure
a crowded house. The concert is
under the patronage of Their Majes
ties tlio King and Queen, whoso in
terest in tho church has become
celebrated by many acts of devo
tion. Miss Annis Montague, the
" Hawaiian nightingale," and Mr.
Charles Turner having kindly con
sented to assist, this will bo an extra
opportunity to hear them before
their final departure from our coasts.
"Other engagements" may well bo
waived, where possible, by citizens
and sojourners to cinbiacc this rare
opportunity of enjoying a high-class
CONDITION OF CAPTAIN HOWE.
Capt. Howe, of tho barkentine
Ella, is lying in his stateroom on
board tlio vessel, vorj ill from the
effects of his fall down tho hold the
other day. It seems he has sustain
ed severe internal injuries, and last
night he suffered great agony. Ho
cannot move his right leg, and, not
being able to be stirred, cannot be
taken to the Hospital, where he
would like to go. Tlio captain suf
fers from the heat, and, although
feeling better this morning, docs
not expect to be up for a long time.
Mrs. La Pierre sat up with him all
night. Dr. J. II. McGrew is in at
tendance upon the injured man.
Keanu (w.) was fined S-3 and SI
costs for disturbing quiet of the
night. Kakalo, for assault and
battery on Keanu, received sentence
of -18 hours at hard labor. Ilohuli
got three days at hard labor for
disorderly conduct. Ah Gu was
found to have forfeited bail of $f2
yesterday through misunderstand
ing, and on motion his case was
allowed to be re-opened. He and
six other Ahs to wit, Yin, Kin,
Chin, Cliong, Wo and Ilin remand
ed from the 22nd, for gaming in
Honolulu on the previous Sunday,
were allowed to depart in peace, a
nolle prosequi being entered, hung
Chong, for assault on Lee Tai, a re
mand from yesterday, was rcpii
mnnded and discharged on payment
of S3. 30 costs. "Wahincaea (w.), on
the evidence of Dr. "Webb that she
was insane and unsafe to be at
liberty, was committed tc-the Insane
The Hawaiian Bazaar, late Ten Cent
Store, is being generally sold out,
and must be entirely closed out be
fore July If). Great reductions in
all goods. o3 lw
J, A. DOWER
SELL, to close Ihu quattcr
make room for a new do.
20 and 22 feet long, resptethely ; built
without butts or joints in the Umbers,
Hides, planks anil gunwales. Thcso
boats aio open to inspection ami com
petition with nny. I claim for theso
two boats that they are not only
SUPERIOR ITST BUTLD,
lint they will pay the buyer, the conn
tiy and the builder better than any
other boats, and can be told for less
money In cash, fiom nihautages gained
by an invention of my own, and open
to others in this Kingdom for a trilling
Mutual Telephone No !):5. 38 lm
AMUSEMENTS TO GOME:
Juno au Polo between tho Myrtles and
July 4 Two.mllu Race for prUu.
July 7 Polo between Yosemites and
July 10 Pop Corn Party.
July 11 Polo between Alerln
July 1!).-Ncck-Tic Party ; $5 prize for
July 21 Polo between Yosemltes and
Alerts for prio,
July 24 Hum Hunt ; piizo.
July 25 Turltoy Hunt, for natives.
July 28 Twomilo Ruco for prize.
July 81 Grand Mask on skates. Full
dchurlolioii given in time.
Fancy skiitcr must look out for tho
month of August.
Dancing ccry Friday evening from
9 to 10,
.MuhU) Ity tlio Hand,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening: alfco at the yclncsday Ma
tince. T. E. AVAUy, Mauager.
Yosemite mm link,
s. i. CAirrisr,
AOK.ST TO TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Ofllco with Mr. Fishbourne. MM 8m
HEALTHY clrl about IB years of
agr, to help atound houso, good
Enquire al this oillcc.
TyURING inv absence Mr.
XJ man will net for
power of attorney
(Signed) CIIAS. .1. PISITEL.
Honolulu. .Tune lfi, 1SS.. -t7!
riidny,Jtine 20, Masquerade on Skato
oveiy one lo fiiriii'h their own eotumu
undo of incxpouMvr material. Prize,
l'alrof Skates to Indy for most unique
costume. Dance to 'follow If majoiity
Tuesdiiy, June SO. Fancy Skating by
Gcnjlemcn. Prize, S10, same oondi.
101!) Jim D. P. SMITH, Piopiictor.
FOURTH OF JULY RACES
no m: m.i.DAT
Inder the AuspiCL'sof the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
ltacei commence al i! o'clock p.m. sharp.
Jt.vur. Xa. I.
AMERICAN CUP STIi addcl. Half
mileihi'li; free for all; weight for age.
kaoi: x. a.
KAPIOLAXT PURSE-$100. Mile
dash; for Hawaiian bioi horses; weight
EC AC I : Xo. 3.
AMATEUR CUP Ttottint? or pacing;
he?t two in thice; for members of the
Jockey Club only.
st.Mir. x. i.
FOURTH OK JULY CUP-
a sweepstake of V&0 added
hoise-; weight forage.
KACi: So. 5.
KALAKAUA PURSE SlfiO. Two
miledaili; free foi all; weight for ace.
Entries close on Wednesday, July 1st,
at 2 o'clock p.m., nl the ollice o"f the
Secretary, with tho exception of race
v. u Mi;ilUlYl(. SCOT.
Route to the Volcano
rnilE Steamer KINAU, King Uom
X mander, will leave Honolulu on
Tilesday, Juno 2:ird, for Keauhou, the
New Volcano Landing, and thereafter
upon the first Tuesday after the arrival
ot the Alameda and Mariposa, duo here
the Slh anil 22nd of each month.
Wo oiler pissengcrsTiiuounu tioki:ts
for the sum of""riiTY dom.aus all
ciiAKUKs run; allowing p.isengers
twenty-four bonis' time at the Volcano
House, and returning to Honolulu on
O.vi.y lrouiiTi.KN mim:s m:o Tin;
stnA3ir.il io Tin; Volcano, over a good
road less than half tho distance of any
On all trips except Volcano trips, ihe
KINAU will run hei regular time tabic,
going to Hllo and returning to Hono
lulu at 10 a.m. Saturdays. On Volcano
trips, passengers from Laupahoclioe
must take the steamer on up trips. Pas.
scngcr. can i cmain on boaid or stop over
at llilo mull Friday at !) a.m., as they
All furthei pirtieulars given at the
WI MMSR'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 18S!3. 45 tf
tho Index of a
''pill.S fast trotting Ftalliou ltas been
1. wilhdiawn frpm uainiug ami will
now be kept for Mock puipobca oxclu
tively. He has shown as much speed as
ccr anil bad It not been lor an acci
dent which befell him a few days be
fore the rare, he being dead lame on the
11th, wu think that he would liavu giv.
en tlio gang a haul tussle for the money,
lie is now all right again, and is being
regulaily jogged at tho track, and can
show cloio to n 2:!!0 oil) at any timo
that he is called upon. This kind of
ticiitnient has been found by long ex.
pcrienco lobe tlio light plan to adopt
with a stallion, as by it he is not only a
biircr foal getter, but also ho will
transmit a greater amount of speed,
eneigy and vigor to liU offspring. This
plan is now tliu mlo in all of thu largo
breeding establishments overywheie,
' To parties owning good mares this is
an opportunity that should not bo neg
lected, for Venture, with his fine breed,
ing and great spec d, I consider tho most
desirable stock horse in the countiy.
Mr. Campbell tells mo that of all of the
Horses una nu iihh imported to huh conn,
try, which is probably a doen or more,
hu likes Ills colls by Ycntuiu better than
any of them, which is Miicly proof
enough of his qualities as a stock. getter
Marcs will bu taken to tho Park and
ictuiiicd fiee of charge. For any addl.
tlonal particulars apply to corner of
Punchbowl and (Jural Stieets.
C. . MILES.
Honolulu. .Iiini, lfitb. 1P8.1. fiMilm
HOUSE TO LET
AND Furniture for Sale, nl No. 81
Herctunm Street. 12 tf
. Nlcolv furnished room with
or without board In a private
f) family Convcnlentlv located.
Apply to AVEltY A PA LMElt,
.il 1 w Heal Estate Agents, (li) Port at.
170UR pleasant roonw suitable for
olhces, second floor of the lirewer
Block, on Fort Street, over the store of
r.b. baclis. Apnlv to
i, , t . . Ay PALMER,
Ural Estate Agent, Ko. CO Fort Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
kA nice -1 room cottage within
easy reach of Honolulu, eiiu.
alo at Kapalama. Terms ssn
per month. Apply to
.11 HS. MAHIA KING.
untlio srrmmdn, or to a. J. Curtwilglit,
at his oillcc, .jo ?f
'Y'HE STORE lately occupied by
A barnuel Nott, In Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Apply to
it n t L- A' THURSTON,
or U. F DauNoiiAM.
Honolulu, April 1, 18S5. 083 tf
Tho premises onNuunnu Steet,
iwirjjusiiu inu .mausoleum, own.
led and latilv ocnnntui .1,,.
Samuel Xott. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
,, , . , .58 Mcrclmnt St.
Honolulu, June 4th, 18S5. "83 tf
THAI1 very doMrabb. and convenient
I'umily Rcsldcnco on Uerclanla
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-liouscs,
stables, gardens and pastuie. AIeo, the
premises ocillpied al present nal,aw
Oillcc by John RtisiClJ, Esq., centrally
located near the comer of Foa and
Merchant Street. For paiticuluin, an.
ply cither by teller or otherwise to
OR. STANUENWALD, Merchant St.
A FINE lot of Rico Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offcicd for
sale in quantities to suit buyers, at a
reasonable price. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 3m No, l(i Xunnnu tit,, Honolulu.
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
arc not paid on or before July 1st
net. will be enforced by suit. Bills are
payuuiu wnn ij. a. i liurston, 88 Mer-
L. A. THURSTON,
Attorney for S. Nott.
NEITHER the Cnntnln nor
Agents of the Billish bark "Kirmnh"
will be lcsponslble for any debts con
tracted by the orUccrs and crew of said
vescl while in port.
F. A. SCI1AEFER & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, June 23, 18S3. 54 lw
roll saw: by
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), is prepared to
eecute all oider.o for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
ordui-B promptly attended to, and chaiges
Mi icily moderate. 40 Urn
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STRr.ET. Las.
sons given in Marine, Landscape,
Mock Kensington, Photograph find
Crayon Painting in Oil and Water
Colors. Floweis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Folt, Silk, Leather, Hair, CrvFtul, Fea
ther and Fishsrale. All kinds of Em
broidery nnd Designing taught with
Skeleton Head, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
and Bullion work. For terms, otc, ap
ply to A. M. UUUKE,
an ilni Temple of Fashion.
HAVING obtained tho services of a
flrct-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform tlio public that wo ate ablo to
Tunc and Repair Pianos at fhort notice.
All ordeis left with us will bo piomptly
attended to, and all uork warranted.
10:U ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co,, wishes to
inform llio ladies and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that he will tako a few
pupils on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to leain will pleaBO apply at the store.
The Flno American Hark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due at this port nu tho
lOilt Jiil.V IVoxi,
Will have Immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or passago apply to
48 (Iw O. HHEWER & Co., Queen St.