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WEDNKSDAY. 3IAKCI1 10. 188G
ih'i:amc s. . e;o.
M lira ma, from t Ik- Colonics
l-'niiicNci, March U.
Mariposa, fioin Sun Frniielen
Colonic. .March 20.
On. Y. Kldei. Jul S.iii Francisco
'IViu llxccUlor from Mlo
Selir Kaitlkeaoiill from k'ohala
Selir .Malolo for I.aupahnchoc
Hehr Xettlc Mori 111 for l.nhalna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Tom Km for Nun li':iniiM'ii
For Wiiidwiud Purl, per W (i Hull.
.March tub III .Majc-tv Ihe Klin,'. II K
II Pilnce-i I.ilhiokiilniii. Ilon.s.1111 Pin
ker, lion .Ins Kcaii ihhI wife. .Iuil";c
Kaiwl. Ilev A O Fiubc. I'roi linger.
I Ai-a. I) K Xannc. W Avlctt. .s .1
I.evcy. .MiStolck. .1 Cntn. .! C Fails.
.Ir. .1 KaialM, (i lin- mid n.V) deck.
I'or Walauae sinil K :i a:i , per .Iniuc
Mnkee. March 'Jlli (' A Jliowii. WS
lltt.ard mid :io (leek.
Tim Kva -jit l-a to-iiiiiiiow nl 7 a. m.
Tlio Courtney 1'oul went on tin; Mn-
lllH' Itllllwiiy lit t ClCllill",
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tim: defened meeting of tin
will take place tn-tiilil.
Mux. Mc Hi. vile, mill Mr. A.
Picieo, School Mioet liml n number
of chickens stolen last nij-rli I .
A liA'llllIlt finall hiiue le.spmidcd,
last evening, In (he benefit ,'ivun nt
tho Opi'iu IIoiim' lo Mr. .N'ornimi.
Col.. Norri.M mi.vh Unit ho will leave
his flout door open at nights, mi that
I mi Julius can enter without defacing
Whim: s-onie of the men employed
at tho Knterpiise Mill woio cm'iivii
t iiiK yesteidny, n complete liinnmi
nkolctnu was duj; up.
Tin: Minister of lhc Inteiior is ad
veilisinj; for lamp-lihto! for the
.stieets, for tluee veins. The lamps
number, nt piesent, 18."i.
Tunchnlleiijje lille shooting mulch
between Frank llinnin mid Col. W.
JW. .Menill at .",00 yaids takes place at
the Casino this afternoon.
Tin: hoys of Ihe Ifefoiinatory mid
Industiial School, weie on Monday
evening, lienled to a fcust of loust
pig hy .Mi. W. Hill, the lotiting
Iliu.i.irri.N siiiiimary to-inoiiow. A
letter will appear from Mr. L L.
Itiee, on MoimonNiii mid the Spauld
ing Maiiusciipt icfciied to in our
issue of the !iid insl.
Tin: Women's Aid Society, con
nected with the second congicgiition
of St. Andiew's Catheduil, will hold ii
meeting mi Tliuixluv iifteriioon at !i
o'clock, lit the Y. M. C. A. Jlall.
Mu. J. Williams photographed a
gioup of -lOO of the St. l.oui- College
hoys yesteiduy and though the num
ber is very huge for n single pictuic,
yet every face can be distinctly lecog
nied. Ash Wedne.-day i-civice- weie held
ut St. AndiowVCathedral, nltiiliO
and 1) a. ni. conducted by the li.-hop.
The second eongiegiition also hud
sei vices ut 11 a. m. Itov. .Mr. Wallace
Tin: Choral and (Juiutolto Club
will meet to-nionow eening at 7 :'M,
at tho (iyninasiuni. Poition of
lliiydn'rt "Seasons," Mendels'-ohn.s
"As the Unit l'iiiit.,"Co.ta',"l)ieaiii
Kcionmlc," will be sung.
Tin: iinifoinis of the olliceiH of tho
Queuu'h Own have arrived, abo the
bnlance of the helmets. The uni
forms sue very neat ; the trimmings
on the full dies.s helmets me plated
silver and white plumes. The pii
vatcs' uuifoims will shoitly follow.
At the monthly conceits at the
llethel Union mid Foil Slieit
(-lunches this evening, the subject ut
tho fonnei will be "Japan" ; at the
latter, "Kdiicatiniuil and Iieligious
work in Utah monthly loview of
Mi.-Hions." Itev. Mr. Wallace will
jilso hold servicesi (his evening at tho
IIih iMuje.sty the King bus been
pleased to niako the following np
liointinents: lliigade Major A. I!.
Ilayley to bo a Mjor, .Mustur of the
Jloisoand l'iiii'n,y in Waiting on
Mis Maje.sty'.s pei.-onui stall'; lion.
.Samuel I'aikei and Mr. W. L. Lu
maheihei to he Major.s mid ICipici lies
in Waiting on His Majesty's stall'.
Hn.Mi:o.Ni: prowling about .Mr.
Fainswoitli's house, a few night ago,
caused a little distiiih.ince .Mr. Liv
ingstone who lives close by, he.ud
tho uoNe and with a loaded shot-gun,
went in seiueh of the noisy visitor.
It appeal that a burglar was at wotk
but (lisappeaicd before Livingstone
could get a shot at him.
Tun item in yesteiday's Uuu.ini.v
calling for a burglar w'ho could be
caught was iomntly tinsweicil last
i lit, when Jim K'liuhiine, " I"
i i to be one o' Ihe j. ihI ell' nl
i eis ! the foice, guibbi the
I. .i.nniin who was tiying to nido
1 .' iud n telo)lioiiL' post, ncn; the
cot tier of Queen and Alukrti fl ' '''tc
Two men made a plu'iidurin : !
sei nt on the residence of .V'". J.
"Villiamii, the phntngrapher, last right
rt 10 :S0 o'clock. Thoy had In .ken
i 'tinl shutters nflf the front loor
oe.ijie tht.'ir piesence was di-eo1 -ioiI.
Jir. Williams, telephoned for the
po'ico who entiie. out on horsf'iaek
wi.l lights fluting, thus giving ti tioly
weiring to the burglars, then pou
(lepurt(.d in iieaee.
Tin: late boom in the huilary
business bus eieated a inn on lite
anus. A (Chinese stoic on Xuuunn
slieel, yesleiday, sold 20 jiistols. Ono
of the leading haidwme stoics, last
eening, was cntoicil by u peaceable
eiti.en, not for piupoe of burglary,
but lo obtain an oiillil foi emeigeu
eies, ami was iiifoimed Hint out of a
huge stock of shooting iions on liand
two weeks ago, not one icmaiiis
ANOTHER DURDLARY-THE FIR3T
Kntrauco was effected lust niht,
by the auger process, into u China
man's shop, corner of Queen and
Alakcii streets. A couple of police
men were, strange to relate, whether
by accident or skill, got upon the
promises in time lo intoicept a Chi-nc.-e,
who was getting away with all
possible haste. The fugitive w:w
ariesled. A large oiowd gathered
on the spot, at tliu cry "haul in."
funiculars of the arrest, with n.iiiies
of the policemen and of the aricsted
party were enquired of the Marshal,
at the Police sLution, but the en
quiry was met with a point blank
loftisal to give any information
whatever. From other l pliable
ources, we arc informed that Jim
Kauhane was the olllccr who made
DEPARTURE OF THE W. C. HALL.
Till: KINIi (!Oi;s TO HAWAII.
The wharf of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. was crowded
yesterday afternoon to witness the
depatture of His Majesty the Mug,
accompanied by II. 1. II. the i'rin
cess Liliiiokalani for Ilookena. Ha
waii. Among other freight, se era!
cattle were put aboard, and th s oc
casional lunges made by the an.nials
into the crowd made standing on the
dock just dangerous enough to be
exciting. A drunken brawl occurred
which resulted in the arrest of Jlr.
Hugo Kawclo. His Majesty nnived
at the wharf at sharp .'3 o'clock, at
tended by His Chamberlain, Colonel
.Itidd. A number of ollicers of tate
and consular representatives were
present to see the loyal path off.
His Majesty was hcaitily cheend by
t lie assemblage on going on board,
unci a salute from the shore battery
was llred as the steamer passed the
lighthouse. The Klou payed her
l expects by dipping her llag and
blowing her steam whistle. The
members of the Koyal Hawaiian
Hand were also on board, and go to
enliven a Sunday school festival at
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital was held on Saturday morn
ing. The Visiting Cominittc pre
sented a very satisfactory report.
The Vice President appointed the
following Visiting Committee for
the ensuing three months: Hon. A.
S. Cleghorn, Hon. C. P. laukea and
I'ev. Alex. Mackintosh. The re
mainder of the business was of the
usual routine character. The fol
lowing is the report of tho House
IIomu.i i.r, February 2th.
"To the Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital Gentlemen: I have the
lienor to submit the following report
for the quarter ending February
28th : The total number of patients
at present in the hospital is (!8, .. :
."() Iluwaiians, 18 males, 12 females;
1 Chinese, 11 Japanese and 21) of
other nationalities; 157 paying.
"The number of admission-, dur
ing the quarter was, viz. : .')." Ha
walnuts, 22 males, 1!! females; II
Chinese, 20 Japanese and lo ol
other nationalities. Discharged,
87, viz. : ;f Hawaiian?, 21 males,
II females; 8 Chinese, l.'i Japanese
anil 2U of other nation;, lilies.
Deaths, 19, viz.: 2 Ilawaiii.ns, I
male, 1 female ; -1 Chinese, 1 .Japan
ese and 12 of other nationalities.
The causes of death weroas fi Hows:
Accident 1, apoplexy 1, beriberi 2,
cancer of stomach 2, cinpi sis of
liver I, consumption A, conge ion of
lungs 1, dysentry 2, heinonl..igc 1,
pyivina 1, typhoid fever 2. Six of
these cases weio in a hopclc state
when admitted and died witlnn two
days of admission.
"Ihe highest nuuiDor ot indoor
patients was 7(1, lowest .l.'i : daily
aveiage, (!."). Is'uinber of pi ascrip
tions, 2,788 ; calls at the dispensary,
799. Tho number of patients treated
in llio hospital was as follows: De
cember, 188f, 81; January, 188(1,
10.") ; February, 1880, 101,
An iiitcics(iii i d t'r 1ed iatlc
audience assembl I in basement
of Kauniukapili ( iurei a Monday
evening. A lect re v. delivered
by his Majesty 'it I, .;, on the
physical strituttn of Hawaiian
Islands and the nipoi it position
occupied by them in th . rent high
way of the Paci.'u oct' , showing
that theso island . muc continue to
be, in the future, is th . nave been
in the past, the h lf-wi house of u
large part of the orld . ommeree,
and paid a grae fill i mte of ac
knowledgment to the n luence of
foreigners by w lose ency the
Kingdom rose ff..n ob . rity to its
)ieent couditioi. of "ivili.ation.
The lfoyal H)cak"r w:i listened to
with close attention, and was fre
quently greeted with lou I applause.
MEETING OF THE PRIV.
(From the Aiha
A meeting of tne l'i Council
of Stale was held Tiies morning
at lolani i'alaee. The i t business
was to determine ihe mla for the
opening of the Legislati 'Assembly.
The date was llxed and proclama
tion oidered to issue, .'eh will be
found in our " 13y Authority"
A petition was ran' rrom Mr.
Thco. II. Davies, acti - as agent
of Mr. Chapman, ov ner of the
steamship Madras. ' 'k- petition
prayed lliat the l'i ivy C ; icil would
assent to the suit aga i t the Ha
waiian Oovcinnient of l-. owner of
said steamship for alleg'd damages
on account of detention On mo
tion of His Excellency .'. Gibson,
President of the Board .f Health,
the petition was giantcd.
The petition of tho K I.ala Sugar
Company, Hawaii, ilia i s charter
be extended at the cxpi i'ioii of the
present charter, wajlike i e granted.
A petition Irom the . a l'lauta
tion Company, Maui, 1L the shares
of its stock be reduced ( in SnOO to
8100 each, was gr.mted.
A petition fioin K. O. Italic Son,
limited, Honolulu, for I e alteration
of charter, was refcrn to a com
mittee. A petition for pardo to Hiram
A. Uridgcs, a prison in Ouhu
l'rison, was denied; ai i a petition
for restoration to ( ivil 1 1 nls often
persons convicted of ei u was re
ferred to a conimi lee.
1. Peters, Tim. Hods
Ichu, Sti each, ano IIu
Sll for drunkcniKss.
lloopii (w.), diiordci
reprimanded and 'dsclio1
.i and Wc
Win. Gray and Wi
each, rule 20, exoress
Hiram lvaainou, ha
months and S cots, f.
Iliona, hard labor
to file a bond of 8
surety, to keep the p
his wife, Kalaipa, for o'
Levi, ordered to file .
sum of 82.1 to I'oinm
against the person oi
lie Chong for one year .
i. Fish, S!J
ci labor G
.') with one
bond in the
- no offense
II. S. Tregloiin vs. 'I. F. Hcrtle
man, covenant fo rent 200. Judg
ment for plaintiff. 8101 . commission
and costs 8 lf..rii.
hard labor 18 hours ai.
L. Milmuiiu and
afftay, S5 each.
U. Goike, alfny, S
Ah Yan, having opi
sion, S.'il.iiO and h-
" 'osts 81.20.
' labor 20
Moke Hiram and ahulu, SO
Win. Davis, f'(i an i license can
celled, drunk in his e i,icss wagon.
N. Mttdget, 88, affr .
rpilV. niljoiirnod .cgulii .iiiiiiul Mcet-
X Iii' Of the lute i hind Sleiin
Nnvigiition Co wi 1 ho 1 1 . mi tliu b'th
Inst., nt 10 n'clocl a.m., llielr olllee,
on lNiili.iKiile. .1. KNA,
S. -rein . l.S. X. Co.
Honolulu, Mar. , 18tt 71 7t
NI3AV YCiHh" MX 15.
Uroiul Hi eel,
patch mi AI Vi ol in
MA1!' 1 r.
Orders should bo t irwui
of March lilth, t iiiu
lids oiiiiortunity, r not
." lUtO., 77
Y., will des.
i s line, on or
d hy steamer
it Ihiiu Auril
N. 'I dmi ".lino.
Hal dyed and resse
Feathers eleiiiK. I and urled, '
Native stiawstuwed 'n all the latest
beacons glvon ui th ty-slx kinds nf
fancy woik, win. .iruw
Oiders tuken Kr all
ami tin 1 nt In l'
'Is of euibrol.
lie nl the
t Co , Mer-
IyV 1. ('. tgcl. . i.l. .r
J Lninn Clui ' 'i. I"o:
stores of .Mr. T (
ntul Mufar. J.M.
.'In i in
Ill) 1iIm. I . xtf. lw
I HERBERT REEVE, W H.S.,
J . Hydropntlilc t'lryMuinti,
Heal nil dlsertfci by Mirlllcation,
Chronic Discjne3 a f ecialty.
Persons weary of uslni' hylc with
out avail would .lowell ' ndupt this
system. Consultation lion , -' U4p.m
Qf" ltiMilidi! on the itr Ulunds
visited by upeciul iittant'e 'I'Ht.
Heshlolicu Hotel hiiuci, ippovite Y.
yi. U. A. 08 1 in
Dissolttlion of Co-partiier-
riilir. paitncrslilp hen to" to cMstlng
X between .MAX EUAUT and
JUSKI'H IIUI1ASH, uiiil'.r the (It in
nainoof the liawiillan .low I Mntiiifae.
lory, i this day disMilvi.' by mutual
consent. Tho ImsliietH will bu curried
on hv Mr. .MAX IX KAKT, who will a.
sunie nil tliu dobts of snld iiicurn, aud
all hills due will lie p'lvab i. to him.
01 !Jw MAX EUKAHT.
ITU. MAX KtKAllT, J..iiiufiinturhiB
Ifi. Jeweler, has leinovtd lo tlio store
formerly ciceupiid bv .1. A I'uliner, ne.M
door to in. O. Irwin & Uo.V I-'ort
gtrcet. Ut 2w
IT airords us tu.a pleasure to testify
that wo are highly t.itillt'd with
the later-Mand J-teatn Miiij.Mlion Com.
piinj'a lonle to the V"lciio. Ve he
llevo it to bo llio iiust and .uost convetii
cut, and liue mecli pleanti' in reeom.
niendinj; it to tin notice . ' Intending
tourist-". We have luoK"u over I lie
lianipldft wiittel, about tins ro id, mid
everything btiUed In the n.i'u- fully cor.
lusponils with tliu irallty, Without ucliijf
MKDOUKM Ci;AVTOr,J Oregon.
.MIL IlltoW;, .-mi l-'iur.i e-eo,
AUK L. IiUOWN. San i-'nuicUc..
Puiialuii, Feb. SJ, ISSti. 02 tf
JTasliioiinlte Cloalt tuid
DrcNM J1jiI !,
Corner of AlnUen &, 'i .ig Sts.
Feathers Cleaned : d Dyed.
TMH'' initlLTsigiied betpi i
X tClltidll Of l'llllltUIS !!
may want to mou a siitei
loads for moderate dUlnin
cull the at
on of light
s to tho by-
Hy which a ncarlj coiititu is sticmn of
sugar cimo or otlar inn iul limy he
moved by niciiiH of eh trio motors
drawing buckets, baskets- r other eon.
talncrs along a statioiuir -teel tod sus
ponded on posts, tho pow. being sup.
plied at a central elation 1 , melius of u
steam engine or water power working
nn nlnr.trlc. flvimmn.
This system di.co not p
pcto with tramways win.
is suitable for such a mc
nnrp Itllt I In. nirf.imi ttlTin.
iVss to com
. of eonvev.
antic r which
its ad vantages are apparent are:
Yllvroiau gruunu ii vi y ruugu, iui
even or gulohy, or where the giadieiits
are steep, as it has no dilll. ulty In draw,
ing a loud up an incline ot 1 in 10;
Vlicro the space for a tramway can
not well ho spaied, or imr swamps or
other ground lmpriietic.iile for nam.
It etui lie taken along high road
with as much lucillty in I with little
more obstruction to tliu ti tile than by a
lino nf telephone posts;
It lus tlio iidvimliiges Oi llio overhead
who lopo system without its di.udiui.
tagis, as tlieio ii not a loii wire lopu to
drag with its attendant f, tion and loss
of pnwur, whihi it can iiirn on sharp
Tho main line can bo inveil lo differ
out positions at -i modern c.pensc.
A lino is now working at Uh into In
For further particular, and cost, a
W. L. (illt)l)X,
Agent for the T lphoi. o Company,
Limited, ol I. union; .ilo, Agent for
John Fowler it C'o.'s Hailwavs and
Mi'imi Plow , and .Mi -lues, Watson
it Co.'s hug-ir Maehin-ry. 1!00 lm
Mai ulacturoib of
Soda Water, Giii'jcr Ale,
Florida leinonnd , Aeietid Wnteis of
all kinds, rn.lts-yriip. ' 'iKenecs.
We Use Piitmil Stsniirs
in all our Ho' .es.
Wo Invito puit" ular
Patent l iltei, it. indy
which all waterb Used .
lures is absolutely frei.
We delher our Good
to all parts of the city,
our (loods to be tliu I. est
Cartful attention paid h
The Crystal So
1 O. lb . . 07, 11
I toll Toll 51 10 tie
ta- Unlets kit with
Co., No. 11 Foit Stu
We, also, are Agent?
of J. . Itiii'
188 of bis own mat;.
iiiion to our
fioin all i in-
eo of eliargo
n the market.
: : 208
iimhi, Smith is
, will leeeHe
or the fciilcs
,Uv-' .ui.. ---i--lMC.J,
V Plea rn Mir
in in tli ruili ni i nnn) niut Hi'- TuMic bMim dW tlmt TlipvnopMiirt Ml
f lit: Ml.lt lil.ni I (iiic "tieci. i.pniilln .ict.T. llnffftlilnri;i .V Co.,
iti Iiimh tirm fin- 'nit'O cUofl', I l.lntiiH, liiiporti'd illirct Iriiin IlnKiidt,
ill.' o loiln.i m;
Largo Invoice of J '. Brown & Son's Well-known
& MROCE" iish TaMe Linens,
M. gra and Crests intortor! "n
", Tollol Cuvei. (,ln illValloths, l'lllou- Unt'im, ShrotlnKK, frlntrt
s, liniiiiok, llm-k ml Kn y Tiinct. llnek Towelllm;, Uabloni-hcl Dninnsk,
and lleiustilcliril IIhihIK -cliipfs, -iiltnblo tor liullxt nnd gcntleaii'n'a uio.
Any I ength Out.
volro of lir.l.KAST Mt'.SM J now tmttcrti, fut color.
V. O. WX3K.OTJIjX-.,
OltlvS'l' KI.XM.. CO.. .tdUlelfust.J S IlltOW.V X SONS. Bcllait, T G.
.VX, llclfiist II. I.1. HUt.SS I.I., Ltd., llrldtcport, tng '1
iJE.lS. HUSTACE, GROCER
ic . iG "rxisi'Vr,
lias received, per Iteamslilp Geo. V. Elder,
Stoker :alibwt. Soused Mickerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
. st G
- I toil
rjg i loot
.on Hcllii -. Ha'tcrn Cod
ees lluiti r. Kegs Pork
i; Oat M-iil; Corn Men'
Durel-' (iltxeOil; Lo
tract", it.!-1 Wa'cr, I)
.'eliool CiiM1, .Mixed '
d lloniu 'l'eil-; FllllV
italoes. tiiiious, Kerose
llvered to all piutsof I
rX?elei Jioue HO.
niui -'-i." ' inn.-i.il. i l-
C i r about March 15, 1886,
Z. K. LVIE
C'A13PJLI7 J-L'.S JLILOCK,
jo; . er of Fort & Merchant Streets,
(Ian just opened out a -ge and carefully selected stock of
Lsnt's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-JIado C othini;, and Hats and Caps
:a all lis Lit1 Styles ana Patterus.
52y ..ttlcuhir attention Is cal'ed to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
Durable and Prei iest
1 Jhil i's clothe, ei-peeially
s, tliut you ever fi.iw,
II I 'Oil SALE 1Y
', at Jc & Coo
ol' Edwin Oal. ey.'
h L'oiniiilHbloiiei and (. asul
ui :il lequoth tliu1 all p oas
.ins iiaiii9t tin Ktr of
'AKI.KV, a IlrliUh jeet,
inobilii, deeeastd hit late,
i the mine without dei v lo
-.11. DAVIr.b, llrltiHli .'lee-
aho that all peisons i leht-
Istatu will iiuike luiin- Hate
thu i-ame to the Vleu- ninil
the llrltlsh Viio-Coi. late,
., Feb. 1U, 1680. !'' It
UK UOItt: THAN" 1U0 YKAIC ltKITTATlO.V.
iiNUl'tiasnnd Tni' i:rollenro of nalit.v,
nmirpnBeil for nurnlilllty In H'nr,
nnurpasnod for llpnut.v of Design.
OlitHlnrrt Illielirst Arilr, vlr. :
UDALS I!lfiit, lllnllil I6;u; Iiiii)ou, JSS1, IMi
uutl (Uulil) lSU; l'lirit (GoM), 1S7; Dublin, 1WS
and lJ, 1'hlliiUelpliln, 1M.
lnblu Llotlii fmui - to 7 jault lu loupth, with
IllVllH tO llllltl'll.
lliii above mo iniule of the HKST IltlSIt Knit
inlinl Flax, iuii, i)M'ii anil Mi'iielu-il In Ire
nl. the patterns urn en In tin- Table l.lneu uro
-IkiuiI bv lttlil AltflsTS, wlio liavo fur ninny
.. ........ti..., ., ... .. ...,... ....... ....
i; L.'iii;ii iini-uiji iiiij ijiiiui i.Jiiniij.
Damask to ordor for vory low rates.
tih in blocks, New Cheese, Dupeo Hams and
I.atd. linker's Whole Corn. Gormen, lircak.
; Ciacked Wheal; buckwheat; Flour; Salud
ters; Uyslers; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As.
es; Xuts; Halsins; Pear Butter; Arrowroot
nickers: Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
y Flour; llran; Oals; Wheat; Cora; Saloon
j Oil, etc., etc.
a city. Satisfaction guaiautced.
GOTTACiE TO LET.
IN l'auoa Valley, between Niiuanu
and Punchbowl StrcctB. 0 roointi.
Kitchen and Bath, Curri'igo House anil
Stable, Ei cry convenience, llent $18
pur month. Apply at 110 Kliur Street,
or on the premUcit. (ill 3 w
0. K. MILLER,
Goaeral Business & Purchasing A3cnt-
ii liKimt Si, Hoiolili.
My most faithful attention will be
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
lu Honolulu for.Vtie residents of tliu
U'J eeverol Islands of this group, ly
- McSS.-il "