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FlllDAY, .It'NB 20, ISS3.
Mchr llnlenkahi from Pcnoefceo
'VhrMlllcMoiilH from F.wit
Juno 2(1 .
chr Kitlntuniiti from Hawaii
Ischr Leohl from Hannlel
.4er bk Centaur from Hongkong
'-cur Llhollho from Wiilauac
Rgtne J 1) Bpreckel from S P
Hew Cnterlmi from Wnlmaniilo
StmrKlhuiciillou for "Windward ports
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Selir Haleaknla for Pepeekco
Schr Malolo for Pnpalkou
Schr Lcahl for Hannlel
Schr l.iholihu for ICnu
Selir Kawallani for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
UrltUh bk Oricnte, Hughes
Bk Cnlbiiricn. Hubbard
l$k Hope, Pcnhal'ow
ll.irkcutlue Kill, Howe
S'S Ala nciiii. 3lor.e
JJriL Ilk Il'rinnh, Jeness
Ilk Julia Kord, llnrgcmun
From S F per bglnc .1
June 20 Thos Steward.
The Klla sails for S P on Monday
Selir Hnleakala brought l.il.V.) bags of
Selir Mlllo Mon-W brought -100 bags of
paddy from Kwn.
The Malolo takes (50 tons of manure
A slx-oared boat crow of the II V &
II C were pulling about the bay la-t
evening for practice.
SchrManiiokawai brought (520 bags of
sugar, fiO bbls of molasses and 2(J green
The stnir .las Makee is duo here to
morrow morning. The Kinau. Planter,
W O Hall and C It J$lhop are due Sun
The. selir Liholihn left Waianae at 5
o'clock last night and arrived here at 7
o'clock this morning witb 1,108 bags of
sugar. The captain reports the selir
American Girl having left Waianae at
!) o'clock yesterday morning for Hono
lulu for repairs.
The selir Kulamanu returned this
morning from her lirst trip to Hawaii.
She was away 1(5 days. She brought
2,030 bags of sugar. The captain re
ports rough and rainy weather.
Chilian's mill has suspended work.
All of bis paddy will now go lirst to
Punaluii to be milled and then brought
lierc. The Piiiialuu mill tuns by water
power. Mr Peck says it will cost no
more to send paddy to Punaluu to be
milled than it would to busk it here.
A now member of the Honolulu Yacht
and Boat Club went out In one of the
club's canoes yesterday for a pull about
the bay. AVhen out between the spar
and bell buoys ho lost one of the row
locks and the water being rough the
canoe was capsized. Ho was swimming
toward shore with the boat in tow when
a native fisherman picked him up.
ThebgtueJD Spreckels, Capt Prils.
arrived this day, 14 days from S P. She
lias a deck load of 12 hogs. She is
docked near the. Pish-market.
The schr Caterina arrived this morn
ing from Waimanalo stono quarry
heavily laden with lime stone for the
Honolulu Stone Co.
The Ger bk Centaur arrived this n m
(i."i days from Hongkong. She has a
number of Chinese passengers.
The Japanese people on board the
Japanese stinr caught:! sharks last night
one of which was i) ft (5 in long.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun King's yacht Ilealani is on
the Marine Railway.
Stuami'i- Kinau will not arrive till
early Sunday morning, from Ililo
via Keauhou and the Volcano.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Mr. W. W. Hall, Waikiki, Saturday
evening, June 27th.
Lyons & Luvr.v will hold another
large credit sale, by order of G. W.
Macfarlano & Co., on Thursday,
July 2nd. Particulars to-morrow.
Am. Americans or others willing
to subscribe to tde Fourth of July
celebration fund,, arc requested to
call at Mr. J. K. Wiseman's ollice,
where the list is now open.
Tun intellectual part of tho Fourth
of July celebration will be somewhat
different from last year's. Mr.
Dole, chairman of committee, is
arranging a very neat programme.
Mn. Dart, Road Supervisor, has
a staff of workmen engaged tearing
up the old wooden bridge opposite
the Government nursery, and re
placing it with u substantial stone
Foil the dust terrific is there no
specific, but the ambling and spat
tering water cart? In its circuit so
short, round Queen street and Fort,
it drenches pedestrians with con
Somi: sports at Waikiki amusing
themselves last evening by cannon
practice witli two guns lett by the ill
fated S. S. City of Paris, caused
folks in town to believe a ship was
i 1 distress on the reef.
It is gratifying to report that
Capt. Howo, of the barkentino
"Ella," shows marked improvement
in his conditio!) to-day, being now
likely to entirely recover from the
effects of his painful mishap.
'I i liifMir tn Piitlrplv recover from the usual at the wharf on the departure cornet, Mr. Hergcr making tue piano
To-dat's report from tie quaran
line grounds is equally wUisfnctory
with yesterday's. Kvcrytlitnc is go
ing on nieely among tho Japanese
immigrants, with good prospects of
no new nppoaranco of small-pox.
Tun box plan for tlio farewell
ISronlngno-Turncr concert on Satur
day evening is pretty well blackened
with the reserving 'dots. A very
large home h already ensured, and
the remaining choice of siat is be
coming beautifully less.
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A iianosomi: piece of Jnpnnoio
handicraft, in tlio shape of n cabinet
of shinlcliec wood, is on exhibition
in Mr. Wiseman's ofllcc. It has
been sent to Mr. Clarence Macfar-
' lane from the Coast for sale, and is
worth going some blocks to sec.
The figures in relief arc very artistic.
TiiEin: me at the 1'ost-ofllce two
packages of books received from
Portugal, with no address. One
contains a copy of "Licoes de Gco
graphin," by Abbe Gaultier. The
other contains one copy each of
"Missao Abrcvinda" and "Praticas
Mandamcntacs," with several letters
scaled but not addressed, placed
among the leaves.
His Majesty the King entertained
Miss Montague and Mr. Chas.
Turner at breakfast this morning.
There were present, with the royal
host and the guests especially hon
ored, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Cooke,
II. R. H. Princess Liliuoknlani, His
Ex. Gov. Dominis, and Hon. Col.
Judd, II. M.'s Chamberlain. The
Royal Hand was in attendance.
Mn. Wiseman's window has almost
always something in it to attract the
unprcoccupied eye. Just now it has
a miniature representation of the
Honolulu Rillcs in their prospective
camping out. Il is a little tent
sentried by diminutive edlgies of
this fine body of citizen soldiers,
to whom we look for the defense of
our hearths (verandahs?) and homes.
Tin, carnival at the Central Park
skating rink to-night begins at 7.30
and closes at 11. Grand march at
9. CO, when all will unmask, after
which will be an intermission of fifteen
minutes, when the judges will award
three prizes, as follows: for the
handsomest, tiic most original and
the most comical costumes. The
rink is being beautifully decorated
for the occasion, and a rare spectacle
will be nfforded spectators and par
ticipators. Neveh judge a person by the number
of his shoe,
"Never judge n Christian by the rental of
his vow. Texas Siflings.
Never judge a dandy by the setting of
Never jiidge a lady by the angle of her
Never judge a Paddy by the odor of
Never judge a printer by the pieing of
his type. Life.
Never judge a poet by the measure
of his verse,
Never judge a hackman by the ful
ness of his purse,
Never judge a captain by the rigging
of his ship,
Never judge a lawyer by the wag
ging of his lip.
Tnv some of Charlie McCarthy's
"Little Dudes". of lw
C. J. McCarthy has just recoived
per Alameda a lot of California Fa
vorite Cigars, Con Amorr and Little
Dudes. "Try them. 55 lw
Cam. and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, ciiromos, etc.,
etc. King Bros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. .fit 3t
Ik j'ou want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
Ba&kkam.. Tho undersigned, on
behalf of the Barbers' Baseball
Nine, hereby chnllcngo the Printers'
Nine to a game of baseball at his
shop, 81 King street. Marquis of
2t F. M. Sciicsck, Captain.
Wi:sx, Dow & Co. received ex
Alnmcdn a large assortment of fur
niture, including B. W., ash and
maplo marble top sets, cheap sets,
and u large number of cheap bureaus
and wash-stands, to bo sold sepa
rately. Velocipedes, willow bats,
largo vaiiety of baseball, American
and Hawaiian fiags and n good as
sortment of fire-works for the Jtli.
They also received ex-Ella a largo
assortment of small cheap tubles.
THE ROYAL BAND.
There will bo no music to-morrow
(Saturday) afternoon at Emma
Square. Through the kindness of
His Excellency Governor J. O.
Dominis, the band will play at the
baseball match at Mukiki. On Mon
day evening a concert will be given
at tho Hawaiian Hotel, complimen
tary to Mr. and Mrs. lloffnung.
Tuesday evening, a farewell sere
nade will bo given to Mr. and Mrs.
Turner, ut the resilience of Mr. C.
M. Cooke, 'lie band will play as
usual at the wharf on the departure
of the Alameda on Wednesday.
Yesterday afternoon, in addition
to the visitors reported in tho fore
noon, there- wcro present Hon. A. F.
Judd, Dr. Bingham, Mr. F. W.
Damon and A. A. Montana. Tho
Professor announced for the lirst of
the session, rhetorical exercises, be
ing part of tho work of Friday after
noon, which, if not taken than,
would be crowded out for want of
time. Mis3 Kate' Rogers read pic
tures from Dickens in clear tones
and good inflection. A dialogue,
prepared by ono of the students,
was acted in excellent stylo by
Misses Dillingham, Rogers and
Wells, and Master lossman. This
was followed by an essay on "Self
Help," by Miss Ilattic Hitchcock.
Tins paper entered very fully into
tho question of employment fcr
women, and contained some very
good ideas well expressed. A Latin
class, in which were May Dilling
ham, Hattie Hitchcock, Horace Hall
and Albert Lucas, was examined by
Miss Spooner, and the Political
Economy class, fourth year Kale
Rogers, Ainicc Mossmau and Addie
Peterson by Professor Mcrritt.
After this came Language Lessons
and French. In the former were
five young men and six ladies.
There are two classes in French,
three Misses II. Sorenson, A. Moss
man and Nahora in the first, and
eight in the second. The first class
was examined by Professor Mar
ques. The spectators were invited
to inspect the work of the book
keeping class. The author used is
llrynnt, and Stratton. The books
shown arc generally characterized by
superior penmanship and neatness in
all the entries. The exercises of
the afternoon were brought to a
close with recitations. Oliver Car
ter delivered Wyatt's speech to the
men of Kent, "Philip shall not wed
Mar'." Miss L. Dickson recited,
with rare power and effect, "Scot
land's Maiden Martyr." Miss Helen
Sorenson gave "Tho Blacksmith's
Story," with fine expression of the
sentiment. The spectators present
manifested deep interest, and seemed
to be very much pleased with the
exercises of the day.
PUNAH0U PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
There was a large gathering of
friends of this fine institution at the
closing exercises, which were ex
ceedingly interesting, this morning.
Original compositions, in the main
of a high order of merit, were read
by the following pupils in Miss
Hall the Principal's room : James
Bicknell, Arthur Wilder and Ellen
Bicknell. Recitations were deliv
ered bv Lottie Parmelcc, Willie
Wilder, J. Hassingcr, George An
gus, Mary Baldwin, Minnie Bailey,
Fred. Bickerton, Mary Lylc, Willie
Chamberlain, Eva Tickerton, Jancy
Hare, James Judd, Cornelia Robert
son, Emily Halstcad, Walter Dil
lingham, Ida Whitney and May
Waterhouse. Some of the efforts in
this line were superb, notably that
of Miss Minnie Bailey, who gave
As usual in this school the sing
ing was excellent, a grand chorus of
fourteen girls and live boys being
The following is the pass list of
those graduating into Oahu College.
Tho highest possible marks being
100, it will be seen that very high
figures have been attained by nearly
all: Agnes Judd, 08.38; May
Waterhouse, 98.1G; Arthur Wilder,
9C.SC ; Ellen Bicknell, 90.30; Min
nie Bailey, 95.80; Willie Wilder,
95.G0; Juanita Hassingcr, 92.80;
Jancy Hare, 88.70; James Bick
nell, 80.40. Mr. Merritt announced
that class second of the past year
would bo class first of the ensuing
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
A very good house was given the
concert in aid of the Ivaumakapili
Church building fund last evening.
Resides the royal patrons, many of
the notables of tho realm were in the
front of the audience. Promptly at
the opening hour, their Majesties
the King and Queen, attended by
the Hon. C. II. Judd, Chauibcilain,
entered, when a detachment of the
Royal Band struok up, opening the
programme with a selection of popu
lar airs. The Wailohin Club gave a
quartette, " Kaulilun," followed by
a duet from a native lady and gen
tleman, Mr. Merger accompanying
on the piano. Then Mr. Clmilcs
Turner, acconipanicd by Miss Carrie
Casllu on the piano, sang tho old
ballad, "Nancy Lee," with such
style and power as made it a now
song to ears that had heard it at
tempted a hundred times before.
Ho cheerfully responded to an irre
pressible recall with a repetition of
the last verse. Miss Montaguo ap
peared first in the solo for tho Kn
wuialmo choir in giving "Ka Oiwi
Nani," with Mr. Merger at tlio
piano. She captivated her native
auditors in the very first notes, and
each stanza ended in a storm of
applause. Mr. Michiels gave one of
his superior performances on tho
cornet, Mr. Bergcr making the piano
harmonize, and then there was a
native male trio, ono of the singeis
thrumming the melodious guitar.
Miss Montague then made her main
appearance of the evening, with
Miss Castle at the piano. The
selection wni the song, " Sing Sweet
Bird," and it was sung in a manner
that wrought the audience up to
tumultuous enthusiasm. Of course
an client o was persisted in, to which
the songstress replied with, "Way
Down Upon the Swance River,"
making the very air of tho room
sweetly pathetic. Once, nt least,
the writer experienced a like effect
from the effort of n great orntor,
when so pure and powerful was tho
utterance that one felt rather being
inspired with tho ideas than hearing
them through tho car. The Wailo
hia Club gave a quartette, threo
female aud a male voice, "Call
John," and then nquartctto extra to
the programme, of male voices, Mr.
Merger accompanying both. Miss
Marion Kama gave the solo, " Nani
Aale Wale," the air being "Swance
River," and she sang it well. In
the closing piece, a chorus by the
Kunmakapili choir, the audience was
agreeably surprised by Miss Mon
tague singing the solo for it. When
a laugh broke from some of the
native auditors at her heroic evolu
tions among the abounding Hawai
ian vowels, she gooil-nuniorculy
smiled in return, and the parting
applause showed that the "Hawaiian
nightingale" had won enduring re
membrance in the hearts of the
natives. The audience dispersed,
in evident satisfaction with the whole
entertainment, to the strains of
"Hawaii Fonoi " from the band.
The parts borne by the several
choirs and glee clubs in the pro
gramme wcro without exception per
formed with happy acceptance.
A large assemblage of ladies and
gentlemen responded to the invita
tion of the members of the Associa
tion to join thcin in the inauguration
of their series of free monthly enter
tainments. Mr. P. C. Jones having
ta':cn the chair, the proceedings
opened with the singing of a hymn
and prayer. The programme of the
intellectual and esthetic portion of
the entertainment was as follows :
Piano Solo Miss M. Hopper
Rending W. A. Kinney
Solo Mr. Hall
Heading Judge MuCully
Son'' T. 11. Walker
Eight minutes' talk Mr. Fuller
Mrs. K. C. Damon
L W. W. Hall
Miss Hopper gave line piano ac
companiments to the songs. Mr.
Walker's song, "The three Young
Maids," was loudly encored, and
part second of the entertainment
consisted of a liberal service of ice
cream and cake all round. The
Association is to be congratulated
on- the auspicious opening of this
new departure. Readings and music
were good, and icc-crcam and cake
HAWAII ON EXHIBITION.
Dr. J. Molt Smith has written
that the President of the Louisville
Exhibition was hichlv pleased at
having the Hawaiian exhibit, and
accorded it a prominent place on the
ground lloor of the building, near
the main entrance. Permission has
been given by Mr. J. D. Spreckels
for having Ta'vernier's picture of the
volcano go with the exhibit. Every
thing was likely to be arranged for
tho opening time, August, 1.0th. Dr.
Smith urges that the exhibit be in
creased, and mentions that walking
sticks, fans, perfumes, and native
trinkets and jewelry are in demand.
He has shipped to the Foreign Ollice
a collection of useful seeds, collected
by Mr. Coleman. No time should
be lost if our Commissioner's sug
gestion above is to bo adopted.
That book rest just made by Mr.
Miller on Hotel street is a sample of
what might be added to tho show.
Resides being a finely made ai tide,
it contains almost every description
of wood growing on the group.
. riUD.VY MOltNI.Nd.
All Lai, charged with attempt at
burglary, was remanded until the
lstprox. Amai pleaded not guilty
to a charge of assault and battery
011 Mele (w.) on the 2.0th inst. This
was n deplorable domestic nreeze.
Complainant testified to defendant,
who is her husband, resenting her
shutting the door that he wanted
open, by taking her by the hair and
striking her in the face, drawing
blood from her eye. Amai was
found guilty and fined 67 with 8J1.-I0
costs. Ah Kun pleaded not guilty
to charge of assault and battery on
Annie (w.) Testimony was given
to the effect that defendant beat
complainant upon her refusal to go
and stay last night at his house. He
was fined $10 with 81.10 costs.
THE RHYME OF THE RINK.
'You have comu from the rink," said
tlio maiden fair
To tho youth who was on her waiting;
'l'rav tell mo what's the attraction tlteio
To-night; Is It fancy skating?"
He rubbed his spine, and his face ho-
Ills bosom's imitation:
"Tho fiiiiii! old attraction Is there," he
"The attraction of gravitation."
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Ofllco with Mr. PUhbourno. IK)0 8m
A HEALTHY girl fthout 15 years of
age, to help mound house, good
wages p.titi. l,ntiuri ni tiusoiucc,
TVJIUNG tnv absence Mr
JL mnu will net for
power of attorney
CHAS. J. FISIIEL.
Horoluln, June 15, IfSo. 47 2w
A SKCONI) hntul Vacuum Pan com.
XX p'oto (without pump). Address
THEO. 11. DAV1ES & CO.
THE twostorv coral building occu
pied by Chilian fs Co. as a Illco
Mill, posHi-mlon given immediately. Ap.
Pridny,.Iuno 20. Mnstptcrnde on Skates
every one to fi'rnish their own costume
undo of inexpensive material. Prize,
Pair of bknlcs to lady for most unique
costume. Dance to "follow if nialotitv
Tuesday, Juno 'M, Fancy
ucnucmen. rrlzr, I0; same
tions as SJlrd.
101!)m D. P. SMITH, Proprietor.
FOURTH OF JULY RACES
to in: iii:lu at
Under the Auspicc3 of the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
Race commence at 'J o'clock p.m. sharp.
it.vui: Xo. 1.
AMERICAN CUP ?75 addel. Half
mile dash; free for nil; weight for age.
ItAUi: "So. '.
KAPIOLANI PURSE SJ100. Mile
dash; for Hawaiian bioJ horses; weight
Jt.vcr. So. :.
AMATEUR CUP Trotting or pacing;
best two in three: for members of the
Jockey Club only.
HACK Xo. .
FOURTH OF JULY COP Miledash;
a sweepstake of .?',0 added for named
horses; weight for age.
i'.aci: xo. .-j.
KALAKAUA PURSE 1G0. Two
mile dash; lree for all; weight for age.
Entries close on Wednesday, July 1st,
at 2 o'clock p.m., at the ot'llco of the
Secretary, ivlth the exception of race
Xo. 4. C. O UEHOER, Sec'v.
Will be open every afternoon and even,
lngi as follows:
SEoiitlny. 'Weiliicstlny, Thursday nnd
To the public in general.
TnoNilny nml Friday Kvciiliisx.
AVcdiiOMilay nml Kntitrdny
For ladles and their escorts.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
June !X1 Polo between the Myillcs and
4 A Rig Hunt for a prize.
7 Polo between Yosemltes and
10 Pop Cora Party.
1-1 Polo between Alerts and
10 Neck-Tie Parly ; $." prize for
21 Polo' between Yosemituj and
Alerts for prize.
'.'4 Ibiin Hunt j prive.
2Ii Turlioy Hunt, for natives.
2S Twuuiilo Rico for prize.
Ill (Jrand Mask on skates. Full
description givon in time.
Fancy skaters must look out for the
month of August.
Dancing eory Friday evening from
!l to Id.
JMuhlc ly tlio Itiuul,
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Evening: ab'n at tho Wednesday Ma.
tinee. T. E WALE, iManuger.
J. A. DOWER
to close the quarter
loom for a new do
20 and 22 fed long, respectively ; built
without butts or joints in tlio limbers,
sides, planks and gunwales. These
boats arc opt-u lo inspcrtiou and com
petition wlili any. I claim for these
two boats that they are not only
StTPIDHTOTl rx BUILD,
Hut they will pay the buyer, tho coun
try and tho builder better lluin any
other boatj, and can bo sold for less
money in cash, from advanlages gained
by an invention of my own, and open
to others in this Kingdom for a Hilling
Mutual Telephone No, 820. 38 lm
Yoseiflite Stating w.
H.OUSE TO LET .
AiD Furniture for Sale, at No. CI
-yfe4, Js'lcely furnished room with
a5wCT?r wltll0Ut hoard In a private
BMusaswfamlly. Conveniently locnted.
A.PPy to AVERY A PA L.MER,
51 lw Real Estate Agents, 00 Fort St.
T70UR pleasant rooms snitnMo
JC oflices, second floor of Uii Hr-rar
Iok.H Fort. Slr.eet-over the stoie of
N S. Sachs. Applv to
AVEHY A PALMER
Real Estate Agents, No. G(J Fort Street
C OTTAGE TO LET
A nice 4 room cottaqo. within
icasy reach of n nolulu, situ.
ate at Kanalama. Tprme a?n
per month. Applv to
, MRS. MARIA KING,
out ho ground, or to A. J. CartwHght,
nt his oillcc. 40 ff '
yilE STORE lately occupied by
A Samuel Nott, In Campbell's Block,
11 ,1 n L- A THURSTON,
or 11. P Dillingham.
Honolulu, Ao.-il 1, 1885. 085 tf
For Kent or Sale.
tjSS&a, The premises on Nuuanu fiteet,
,fSSVrS30)l)OSltO the MnilMilmim. ..
uii aim laic v tiecnn ii-il in-
.. - .w...... u,, M.
L. A. THURSTON-,
,, , , , , 38 Merchant St.
Honolulu, June 4th, lSjC. 083 t!
THAT very desirable and convenient
I'uraily Residence on Herctanla
Street, until lately occupied by P. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
smblcs, gardens acd pasture. Also, tho
premises oci upied at present a a Law
Oillcc by John Kusscll, Esq., cent 1 ally
located near tho corner of Poit nnd
Merchant Streets. For particulars, ap.
ply either by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant 3t.
I? ICE STRAW.
A PINE lot of Rice Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offered for
sale in quartiiies to suit buyers, at a
reasonable pilcc. Enquiro of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 3ni No. in Nuuanu M-, Honolulu.
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
are not paid on or before July 1st
iiuai, win iju eiuorccu oy suit, .bills are
cln nt St.
L. A. Thur.Mon. 38 Mer.
L. A THURSTON,
Attorney for S. Nott.
NEITHER the. rnnlnln nni-
Agents of the B Irish baik "Uirmah"
will he responsible for any debts con-
tiacteu ny iiiu ollicers and crew of said
vessel while in port.
F. A. fcUHAEFER & CO.. Arpt
1 Tltnn.jQ .CO- .. . -
...iiiuu, j 00 1. 01 1W
roii sai.k nv
Hackfeld & Co.
S3 lw ,
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), Is
execute all 01 tiers fi
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, and chaigca
strictly moderate. -JO Dm
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
NO. 7 CHAPLAIN STREET. Los.
sons given In Marine, Landscape,
.Mock Kensington, Photograph j.nd
Ciayon Painting in Oil and Water
Color. Floweis in Wax, Wool, Plush,
Foil, Silk. Leather, Hair, Cr stal, Fca.
ther uml Vishsenlc. All kinds of Em.
bioidcry and Designing taught with
Skeleton Head, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
nun iiuiiiiin wont, ror icrma, etc, ap.
A. jii. UUJIKE,
Temple of Fashion.
HAVING obtained tho services of a
flrt.class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform tho public that we arc nblo to
Tune and Itepair Pianos at riiort notice.
All oiders left with us will bo promptly
attended to, and nil work warrant! d.
10:)j ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH West, Dow & Co , wishes to
Inform the ladles and gentlemen
of Honolulu, Ihal hu will take a few
pupils on thu Guitar. Anyone wishing
10 learn will please apply ut tho More.
Tho Flno American Hark
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due at this port 011 the
lOtli July JVeact,
Will have Immediate despatch for Hong
For freight or paugo apply to
48 Ow O. BHEWEK & Co., Quoen 8.
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