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.THURSDAY, MARCH ll, 188o7
h:anip s. s. co.
Maraioa, from the Colonic
FraucUco, March Kb
Mariposa, from ban Francisco
Colonic. Mm eh 'Jo.
Geo. W. Elder, for Ran FraneUeo
Stun- U R IIMmp from llinnakna
Selir ICawallaul lroui Koolau
.Mclir Rainbow from Koolau
Hehr Sarah & F.lizn from Koolau
Uk Ceylon from Hongkong
Stinr .las 1 Dowsett from Paht
Stiur Lehna fiom Wludwnid I'oiU
Tern Kva for San Pinuclco
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M03H0W.
S .S Geo V Kldcr for Han Frani;l-co
SlinrC Rlll-hop for llaiuoa anil Hu
From llmnnktia. per C It Itl-hnp,
March 10th Mr Young ami daughter,
MUs Jtlckaril and 21 deck.
The Kva Milled this morning for San
FrancUco wllli f.7L,: bags' of sugar and
Hl!)bag-juf i lee.
Tho whalers I'uropo and Lydla .-all
to-day for the Arctic.
. The CO Whthnoie will :iil for Poll
Town-end aliout Saturdav next.
Thu Irwin, W S lloweii and Calbarlcn
are dally expected here from San Fran
cisco. The Mary Wlnkelman sailed . veter
duy for San Francl-eo with lii.sili hag-!
of sugar and :I,1H.". gallons of sperm oil.
Value domestic produce. SMi.Os'.Ui:!.
The Mcatncr C Jt HNhop brought
iUiiil bag- of sugar and discharged Into
tho Oco Perkins. The IlMiop sails, at
10 o'clock to-inoi row for llauiakua la
In Honolulu, Keh. 24th, to the wife of
Fred. Harrison, a daughter.
At 7 o'clock jt. in., February
the lc-ddencc of Mr.-". Staple-,
Lane, Mi" Florence Itaibour.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
ChuuaIi and Quintette Club thin
Hai.v and htrong N.K. winds aie
ruported al Hiiiiiaktia.
A I'Aitrv of city bloods have agreed
(o pronienado the streets with plug
hats, and paint the town red.
Tin: members of Mystic Lodge No.
2, uio lotpR'sted to bo piompt in
iittundaneo at tho meeting this evening-
A hoi.i,i:i; of 1'opeekeo mill is said
to have broken last week, and will
come to Honolulu by tho Lehtia, for
A nwnr.T linio will bo bad at the
Yosomito Rink tn-inorrow evening.
Tho piogranune will include u candy
jmrty, music, skating, ami probably
Jt was the Haiku sugar company,
not thu l'aiti sugar plantation, that
applied to the l'rivy Council on Mon
day for a reduction in tho vnltio of
A jtioi: young man being dissatis
fied with the color of bis dudisb
mustache, had it dyed black, n fow
dnyn ago, since which tinio it lias
PA.ssj:.s'(ii:itK booked to leave for
Kan Francisco by tho steamer Ceo,
V. Fldur, to-morrow noon: C. M.
ltowloy, wife and son, W. M. Merrill,
Col. Powull and wife, F. Ualdwin and
wife, dipt. Crawford and wife, Col.
Jlurltoji and David Xotley.
Owixt! lo a iiiisiindeistaiiding of
Mr. SinouU'ri directions respecting his
advertisement of Irish linens, the in
sertion of tho advertisement in yes
terday's issue was liienialure. Thu
goods have not yet arrived, but will
bo announced in duo older when to
"J.Ias your house been hurglaiicd
yet?" was asked of u gentleman in
thu Denver Saloon this morning.
"No" replied tho man addieeeed.
"Well" said Uio lirst speaker "you'd
butter liuiry up, this eiae will soon
lie over and you'll bo behind the
At thu mcetfiig of the Honolulu
Hillcs, lust evening, u target shooting
prnutice, to occur on tho utn inst.,
Kainehainehii Day, was enthusiasti
cally cariied, Two applicants for
membership wore elected into thu
company, and tho prospects for lively
times in tho future are favorable.
Tin: death is announced of John
White, at Antwerp, Delgium, of con
sumption. White was born in tills
city in '5(1 or '57. Any of his friends
who may bo in this Kingdom at pies
.ent can obtain all tho information
joceived about hint, on application to
thu Foreign Ollico. Deceased was
well nired for in Antwerp by Mr.
Victor Forgo, Hawaiian, Consul-General
at that port.
Tin: adjourned annual meeting of
thu Fort-street Church will ho held
to-night promptly at 7 :'H0. Full re
ports of tlio work of the juibt year
WTlta .DAHjT BULWS5?m eUMWAWi HOWO&TOtf, H, x,, UJut.m8DA,
and election of ollleers will occupy
tho first hour, at the close of which
a sociable, especially for members of
the Church and congregation, will
be held, and refreshments served. A
full attendance of nil thu members It
In the rifle shooting match, range
500 yards, yesterday, at tho Casino,
between J. F. Higgins, of tho Ha
waiian Hide Association, nntl Col.
Wiutbrop M. .Merrill, of Ronton,
Mass., the scoie was: lliggins, M,
UT, III, -10, total 101; Menill,.lVW,
So, 37, total 158. Theie were 10
roumls Hied in strings of ten shots.
The match was witnessed by u large
number of speetalois.
A NoiiwiuiiA.N laboier, employed itt
1'aauhaii, paid u visit to ilonokan
ilaiitatioii last Sunday, and shortly
after his arrival there, got into trou
ble. He stalled u low with tho Chi
nese of the plantation ami assaulted
a liitia who drew a pistol and shot
him in the leg, above the knee. The
wounded man was biought. heie by
the steamer ('. K. Bishop last night,
and sent to the Hospital.
Ash Vi:i).ksday was observed
yetteiday, as usual, ut thu Jtonian
Catholic Cathedral. Al thu morning
service, the large edifice was crowded
by thousands of worshippers, anxious
to have the sign of thu cioss placed
on their foreheads, with blessed
ashes, by the piiest, the ceremony
being accompanied by tho solemn
and impressive wmds of tho Church,
at the beginning of Lent : "Kcntum
bur, man, that thou ait dust, and
shall leturn into dust."
At 12 o'clock to-day, old salts, ship
owners and capitalists boaided the
biig Allie Itowe, advertised to bo sold
at auction by the Marshal. The
order of sale was read, and also the
results of a survey of the biig, while
at Hongkong; when bids weiu called
for. Mr. Collin stinted with $l,f)0,
followed bv Mr. II. Vieiu, 2,000; Mr.
T. Lucas, 2,500; Frecth it Peacock,
iiW.OOO; T. Lucas, W.IOO; Freelb &
Peacock, .f:j,50(); T. Lucat, .fli.COO;
Kieeth it Peacock, !f 1,000; when Mr.
T. Lucas, with a final bid, 1,100;
took the brig with all her boats,
tackle, furniture and nppaicl.
Tilt: baseball league held its annual
meeting at the looms of tho Chauiber
of Commerce yesteiday. Four clubs
were repiesented. The Hawaii Club
weie admitted and tho Oceanics with
diew. Following is tho list of oll'ieers
elected for tho ensuing year: Presi
dent, V. F. Allen; Secretiuy and
Ticasurer, .las. (J. Spencer; Ofliuial
Scorers, Ilruce Cartwright and 11. S.
Davidson; Committee on (hounds,
II. M. Whitney. .Ir and .1. U. Castle.
A committee, consisting of the cap
tains of the clubs, was appointed to
prepaie a schedule of games for tho
coining season. Last year's com
mittee on giounds reported thu
grounds in liisl-elast order, water
laid on mid other impioveinents,
costing nearly 1100. The champion
ship this season will bo contested by
the' Honolulus, Henedicts and 11a
waiians. ANOTHER CAPTURE.
A capture was niado last ni"ht,
between I and 2 o'clock, by Olllccr
Sam. Kiihiiuoku, sergeant of watch
No. 2, near the cocoanul grove, he
hind the Chinese Theatre. Hearing
the cry "haul in" from near the
grove, Kahiiuokti went in that direc
tion, and seeing a man running
towards him, evidently in llight,
stepped on thu side walk, let the
man pass, but called after him to
stop. IsTo attention being paid to
the call, ho gave chase, and captured
tho fugitive, who proved to he Solo
mon, a former jail bird, out only on
Tuesday last. Tlio fellow had been
at his old gntue, chicken stealing.
He was promptly caged by the olll
ccr, and appears on to-day's court
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
AVi:tsr.si)AV, March 10th.
lleforc McCully, J. The will of
the Uev. D. Baldwin, late of Hono
lulu, deceased, was admitted to pro
hate, and letters testamentary or
dered to be issued to II. 1'. Ualdwin
and W. W. Hall, executors named
in the will, without bonds.
In tho matter of W. C. Parke, as
signee of the bankrupt estate of
Ainu, deceased, vs. Lau Ung. W.
A. Whiting for plaintiff; W. IL
Castle for defendant. A motion of
the plaintiff was heard praying for
tho accounts of defendant for rents
collected by him on property de
creed to have been fraudulently ob
tained by defendant from said Aiati.
Thu matter was taken under advise
ment. A petition for a writ of habeas
corpus before His Honor the Chief
Justice, by Achcong, a prisoner in
tho Oahti jail, was appointed for
healing on Thursday, al 2 p. m.
Tho Attorney-General for the Gov
ernment, J. A. Magoon for peti
tioner. POLICE COURT.
TitritsiiAV, March 11th.
Soloiuona, hard labor I) inoutlis
and SI costs, stealing fowls, pro
perty of Clias. Clark.
Fred. Mayers, SG, assault and
Frank May, SH), assault anil
battery on his wife.
Aciau, alias Chun Hook, 530, or,
hi default, two months hard labor
and costs SI, to begin at xpirution
of Cornier sentence.
Aciau, alias Chun Hook, assault
and battery on olllccr Knuhanc,
S2.20, and hard labor two years, to
commence nt tho expiration of sen
tenee No. 2.
Aciau alias Chun Hook, house
breaking with felonious intent, nt
house of Clin Lung, committed for
trial at the Supremo Court.
Aeiau alias Chun Hook, house
breaking at store of K. More & Co.,
remanded until the l'2th Inst.
Aclau alias Chun Hook, escaping
from Oahtt J'rison, (2nd escape),
hard labor nine months and costs
SI, to commence at expiration of
sentence No. I).
A GREAT COMET TO BE VISIBLE.
Ai.iianv, Feb. 18. The Jicmhuj
Journal says that Prof. Lewis
Uoss, of the Dudley Observatory,
has made the discovery that the
comet seen at Paris on December
1st is slowly increasing In bright
ness. The increase will continue
slow until April 1st, when it will
begin to be much more rapid, and
by the middle of the month will be
come visible to the naked eye. Two
weeks later it will reach its maxi
mum of brightness, when its appear
ance will be much like that of 1882,
and be visible all night. It will
also, as that of 1881, be seen in the
western sky. When nearest the
earth it will only be 12,000,000
miles distant. It will retain iu
brightness until May 15th, when it
will gradually fade from the vision,
to appear later to the people south
of the F.quator. The Unrnard comet
is also discovered to be increasing
in brightness, but will not become
visible to the naked eye. In August
it will also disappear from telescopic
view, to reappear with tho Paris
comet .otith of the Kqualor. Neither
comet has a previous recorded ap
pearance. FOREIGN NEWS.
The llritish steamer Sardonyx is
chartered to sail fiom Vieloiia,
British Columbia, March lith for
Manzanillo, Mexico, touching at
San Francisco, Mnzatlan and other
ports. The Sardonyx will take a
cargo of coffee, sugar, spices and
other tropical productions for Vic
toria and for transportation, via the
Canadian Pacilic, to Canada. The
line will connect at Manzanillo with
the line of steamers for Hongkong,
which has been subsidized by the
Mexican Government to make fre
quent and regular trips between
China and Mexico. The Sardonyx
will carry from Victoria to Mexico
as many Chinese passengers as she
can accommodate, and will take on
board flour and wheat for the Mexi
can market. Mexico is going to
import Chinese labor on a large
scale, and will take all whom Uritish
Columbia and the United States
The trial of tho suit of McKno
against the Canada Pacific Railway
for S107,000 'began at Montreal
Feb. 22. A large number of promi
nent engineers from the United
States and Canada were to be ex
amined. Upwaids of 2,000 wit
nesses had been summoned. If
McUae is successful in his suit three
other contractors will take similar
action, aggregating over $500,000.
A London special says says:
.Some excitement has been caused
by tlio fact that a toast to the Queen
was received with hisses at a com
plimentary dinner to the working
men members of Parliament and
half the company remaining seated
w bile it was drank, llroadhurst was
one of the guests, and Charles
Ihissell, Atfornc)-Gencral, was pres
ent, lioth have to bear the brunt
of a number of public and private
A CONTLICT V HLLIfiKlIJS.
A Warsaw despatch of Feb. 22
says that "several Catholic piicsts
and monks have arrived here and
were sent to the intetior of ltutiiii
because they adiniuisteicd the
Catholic sacrament to Gieek church
men. Thu mouasteiics are almost
denuded of friars."
Col. Henderson, the Chief of the
Loudon police, has icigiicd for
icasons growing out of the late dis
turbances and thu failure of tho
police to deal with them satisfae
toiily. His resignation has been
It is reported that a plot exists to
unite Spain and Portugal under the
Duke of Bragiinza, and to over
throw the present Itegcncy in Spain.
Tho Duko do Montcpeusier is said
to head tho iutiiguc,
iruNliIoimlile Clonic ami
Corner of A,hikca & King Sts.
Foathors. Cleaned and Dyed.
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Cosui,ATi:()EXi:nAi.or rni Uxitku )
&TAT1-.8, Honolulu, J Mar. 10 18:0. )
ALL pcifons having el In.a against
the Kftulo of the I !( Florence
liurliour will present the - m e to this
oIIIob ptopcrly verified wl bin '0 days.
72 v CoiiMil-Ouncrnl.
Election ol Oilicers.
AT the Auminl Meeting cf ihc Stock
lmlilciii of the Kuw iiloa Hiiich
Coinpiiiy, held at the olllce of the Coin.
lMiuv Thur-ibiy, Murch -1, IBB I, the fob
lowing otllccM were loilectcil for the
John II. Patv President
Jami:s (!. Si'KM'Kit And Itoi
M. Dickson M imager
J. II. Fisiiuit .Scc'y A; Treasurer
Director John II. Paly, .linnet O.
Spencer, M. l)lckon, J. 11. FWicr, J. O.
Carter. (71 lit) J. II. FISIIKK, Scc'y.
A I'leu for
Ogi5el, Pastor of the Ilutliul
ion Uliurcii. ior sale al Hie
stores of Mr. T U. Thrum, Fort Street,
and Mufsrs J. M. Out, Jr., it. Co., Mcr.
CO Ji-U'o. IP OoutN. lw
Executor's Trnstcc's Sale
'OTIOH Is hereby l-Ivcii that, by
order of Alexander .1. Cirlwrleht,
br., the L.eciltor and TruHee of the hit
will and testament of Emma Kalelcoaii
Jitnl.ikTi'iiM'd, anil under licence of the
Supreme Cuuit, we areautlK riznito fell
at Public Auction, al our ealesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
tlie!:i(l day of March, 1SSU,
At 13 o'clock noon, till the right, title
anil inteicst nt the said Liitimi Knlcle
oniiluui, of, In and to the lollowing de
t Tho Aliupiiiia of WAIAUA 1, plttmte
In Kniia, Ixlnnd of Hawaii, ami con.
tabling an area of 27.IH acres, anil be
ing niore particulaily dcserllied in
Itoyul Patpiit ltiSO.
2 The land known in KOI.OAKIU,
bltuite in Walplo, DUirinof Ilaiiui
kua, I-lunil of Hawaii, eoiitnlnlug an
aren of :i(! (0.100 acie, mid Ipeing
Apmin a of Hoyal Pallet 1U05, Land
Uomiuts'iloii Award Mtri ..
a The bind ltlmte at KLLAIIUHU,
Laliulna, Maui, containing an urea of
-I intn-JU) iierc, unci ilecrlhed in
lloyal Patent Grant 18 i
4 Tliu Aliupuiiii ut ULAINO Kituiitu'lii
the LiMrict of Koul.iu. Ibl'ind ol
Maui, and being the sumo its appears
by Itoyal Putt-lit 'lit, Lund L!unii9.
Hlon A V mil 8.118 It. Aiea unktiown.
' That certain piece of land situate at
PUIWA, llonolulu, Ouliii, anil con
tain": an aiea of ft.-100 of an acre,
and being more partlcnl-iilvde-eilbfd
In Itoyal Patent Grunt "Jluo.
(! That eertiiln land situate at KA1IU
I.l.'l, ICona, Hawaii, eontainiiig an
area of 1 !)!() acres, and more jiartl
eularly dcbeilbcd In ltoval Patent
i!27" A, Land Coiinnl-'-loii Award
7 Tluxo two certain pieces of laud (Itu.
ate at l'UAKO. Lahalua, Maul, and
eoutainlng an area together of lju
acres, and being Apauas 4 and "i of
linyiil Patent (!777, Land CoiumNslun
8 That certain land situate at PUKHU
KHU, l.:ilialu:i,.Maiil, and eontainltig
an area of 'J:J perches and being de-i-cribeil
hi Itoyal Patent 1707, (.and
CoimuN-'lou Award CS7.".
0 The Ahupuim of KAHPI.l'I, situate
InKona, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana'J iiT Itoyal Patent KKi'.i, baud
Commission Award fc.Mli II, Aiea un
known. 10 The Aliupiiaa of KALAMA, situate
In ICoua, I.slaml of Hawaii, and lielug
Aoaua 'J. of Jtuval Patent lliii!), I.aud
Conunlsslon Award 85K! 1$, Aiea un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of l'AHOP.IIOK situ
ate in ICona, Island of Hawaii, and
bulng thu hiinii! as de'Cilued lit Laud
Commission Award 8.1111 I!, Area un
known. la ThoAliupiiaaof WAIAKA 1, situate
at Wiilmea. District of .Smith Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apulia 1
of Itoyal Patent Hlil'.i, Lund Comuiis
lon Aw aid Kfili; It, Aiea unknown.
lit That certain piecu of laud .situate
In PAKALA, I.alialna, Maul, and con
tabling an area of 1 aeie 'J'J perches
and being deseilhed hi Itoyal Patent
1870, baud Commission Award Suit) It.
II That eei tain pleeo of laud situate In
PAKAl.A, I.alialna, Maui, containing
an area of ilS-lOO of ail aeie, and (le
seilbedln Itoyal Patent ll!)U. baud
Commission Award 10ti'7.
I.alialna, Maul, eoulahilug an aieiof
Tli acies, ami (leeill)ed hi Itoyal
Patent Ilia, Laud Commission Awaid
l(i That eerialu land hltuate hi MA
KII.A, Lalndua, Maul, containing an
aiea of 1 Itooil lt),Itoil-,aud desciibed
In Itoyal Patent :.:)7, I.aud Couiims
lon Awaid lu-127.
17 The Ahupuaa of MVl'XALKI situ-
ate on the Island of l.auiil, and con
taining an area of ill 12 IW-Klrt aens,
and being the miiiii! as ilcscrlhed hi
Itoyal Patent ii77.'i, band Coiiuiiltslon
Award sr. 1 II 11.
IS That certain piece of land with the
buildings thi'ieou, situate on Hotel
htreet. In the City of Honolulu, Island
of O.ihu, and known as KTOMA, con
taining an area of Til fathoms ami IU
left, ami duscrihi'il In Itoyal Patent
Hi!, Land Commission Awaid 118 It.
10 That eeitalu piece m land with the
buildings thureoii situate on Queen
.Stiect, in s-ald Honolulu, containing
an area of illfl-liioii of an aeie, and
being Apana 1 of Itoyal Patent D778,
Laud Commission Awaid Win ami
20 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon, situate on said
Queen sjtiect containing an area ot
:t-10 of iinnere, and being ileseilbed In
J loyal Patent ilStiil, l.iind Coiuuilbslou
A win dii 128 II.
I'ur lurtlier particulars apply to
E, P, ADAMS & (Jo.,
Or to A. J, CAimyiUGIIT, Sit.,
Executor mid Trustee,
50 IS tuos-tliurs-sati
MAiKFC II, Iflftj.
(L'.S. BffBTACi, G-jlJCm-
KL'l ! .ItUE'j , : : : : lloui lulu
Trsrci vol, per.'. 'nni9lii)Gto. W. Elder,
Srao7: )d laiibi t, St tosd Mt.tkeroi, in tins, Uoaoleat Cc iflsh,
K 1. Sal- a Mi Lie, 1- .Urn Codf In blocU, Now Chces i, Du -a Hi it and
L in, 1 ' i Bi tcr. 1 gi Pork, ard, B .kir's Wholo Cc.-n. G.-rnca, Ireak.
f Ger OHt'lcnl; orn Mcalt Vackcf Vhoat; Buckv beat ; F. our Salad
I. alnj van.-' Oil 00; Lot -rs: O.' Hi ns Sweet an- bou- Pick s', As-
i" d I .ct; Hosi Vi.ler; Un ,; Nut ,; rutnlns; Pcni U.Ut; Ar wroot
C ?s; !.jo1 'tike Mixed C ikura; U'ioIcc Japan, rCnjtll h Bu Vfast,
(. et e ', Blos'om a-; Pauil Flout , rr.uij Oats; WtiiHtjCJrnj (aloon
L idjl utoest Ouli j Keroscn Oil, etc., etc.
EaT" G-ods t Jivcrt.i to nl
On or about March 15, 1886,
Z. Ku Gtf3EYE&8, Agent.
M , G 0LDBEM,
CorSi3r of Ecrt & Merchant Streets,
Hub just opened out a large and cnrefully Ecltclcd ttoik of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Gecds,
Ciistom.Jfadu Clothing, and lints and Cups
111 all tlie Latest Styles ail Pattens.
J2T Particular nii-etloii Is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
K H. B. G. W. Wider,
I3a!scljxll sCiroodts !
l'-OH'lHK BKASii' OF 1880.
Fatent Bats, Ash,
Willow, Cherry and H.ns wood Dnts.
Gioves, Masks & itlouth Pieces
CALL EARL r AT
.T. 31. OA'X .Jr., &; CO.
rpilK adjourned regular Annual Meet.
X iii of the Inter.lsland tteam
l-.iivigation Co. will hu held, on the Iflih
hisi., at 10 o'clock a.m., at their cltlce,
on Lspliumilc. J. EISA,
.Secretary 1. 1. S. N. Co.
Hoaoh In, Mar 8, bf. 71 7t
COTTAGE TO LET. "
IS Piu.o.1 Valley.
1 i-twccn Nuuaiiu
Punchbowl t'uects. 0 rmjins.
Kiieiieii mi nam, un iiagu llous. unci
S utile, iivery convciik'nee. Rent $18
per iiioii' 'i. Apply al 110 King S icut,
Ml 1IM1 JllirilllM'S,
(10 ;i x
tl e regului
me in : of the
t . OWill
Ltuillid, laid tins dn
. oftlcci weie clicti'd:
( inKON .-1st Presld. nt it Mi
I- 'ML i,.Nmii Vhe-Piv
T '. I)l I'.'LAh ci ifcTu
V, V. Ai.i.-vN A
r.i i tt
-G Went. I. V.Dilli:
u and T. ts lnueliin.
i, Pen an, J-SO '
Cunpitciit .(iiinstress (i'ortu.
i") a situation with a private
Ores milker. Apply to
M. A UONfcALVES k iJO.,
I sue t. 72
( HL hVRV xtEEVJO, M.H.S.,
" . Ilydiopathlu Phybiolnn,
ileal all (Hjuiihcs by Piulflcaliou,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons vvenry of using physio with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
teti'iii. Coiifcultatlon bourn, 3to4i'.M.
13y 1 valiils tm the other IhIuihIs
visited tiy spccitd arrangeinent,
lte.ililei.tu Hotel Struct, oppoMto Y.
ji. a a. ea im
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, will confer
tho Amplified Kulglit Rank
THURSDAY EVENING, Mar. 11, 1880.
Oaliu Lodge No. X and visltlmr brothers
cordially Invited to be present. By
order of Chancellor Coiniunm "r.
2. K. MYERS.
.Tno. A. Palmek, K. of It. S. d. 72 2t
o. 4 AdiimN Iinne.
Hats dyed ami pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Natlvo stiawa sewed In all the latest
Lessons given In thlrty-nix kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting
Orders taken for all kinds of cmbrob
The Host Durable and Prettiest
for Children's clothes, espci hilly Boys'
bulls, that you ever t iw,
ARE FOR FALE
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till 2 '
0. K. MILLER,
General Butlr.sis & Purchasing AS"t-
42 MercliuEt St., Honolnln.
My most faPhfui uMentlon will bo
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
Honolulu for tlie residents of tlie
Eoveral Islands of this group, Jj
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