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MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1880.
R M S S Mariposa from San FrauoNeo
Stint- Santu M:ul:t fi-im San FniiicNeo
Am whaling bark I Men .Mar.-" fiom u
Am whallm baik Mary nml Sii'iin fiom
Am u haling hail; Allanth; fiom si crul-o
Am whaling hark Abraham Marker from
Am whaling bark Dawn from San
Sehr Ktuitiit from Olowalu
Hehri nteilna from Wnlnianahi
Schr Wullt'lo from Mallkn
S S Mariposa for the Colonies
Slmr Kliiiiti for the Volcano mid
ward Poi U
Still- Kiilaniann for Hawaii
Sehr Heela fcr Heela
Kliiir.Mnknlll for Molol.nl
SlinrJus I Dowscll for Pain
Stmr I.chun for llainaki.a
VESSELS LEAVING T0-MURR0W.
Stuu'l.lkollkc lor K'ahnhil ami liana
SchrCntcilua for llanalcl
Sehr linwallaul for Koolaii
Sehr Wullele for Mtillko
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hk 0 O Whilinoro, Tlioni)M)ii
Tern Lottie Fnlrllold, IIIiitm.
Ugtne V 0 Irwin, Tuiuei
From San Kraiu'Wco, per S S Murl
pma, March 21 Col Clans SpreekoN,
wife, daughter and -I servant.", Judge U
Ilofl'iuan and servant, .Mi l.owilcn,
Mls-t.liilta.Iudd. Mr (' II Miickciilr.
Mrs YV M Fletcher. Mr F Sinclair and
wife. Miss .Jennie Cilbnaii, Mr ami Mrs
Lewis It Mills, t'S Kuowliw, Oapt .1 15
Toliev, MisC 'I' M1IK 0 .1 Paddock.
Capl'ljU Owen. C I! Scovllle, .las U
Scovllle, W II Criiiiiuii. Mr and Mrs
M (irccn, :l cliildreu and nurse. Capt
W I) Kill", S l.earv, Mrs S A Gllhmui,
S Khrlleh, (i II Mini-mil, Mr and Mrs O
OAxhton, Mr and Mrs W .1 Hill. V
Noble, Mr and Mrs 1) X Deliuger, O C!
Hooker and 2 daughters. Ittsv II A
Lounsbuiy. Miss Xinii 15 Ailiun. Miss
Oraeo F.ldrldgo. .1 1 .yon. .Mrs L Swan,
Mr and Mrs 11 15 Gillcp-le and 2 miiis,
A D WIKon, .1 C Hummel, .JV Wnt.-on,
Mr and Mrs J M Oat. .Ir, 12 It Miles
Mrs II A Itoborts, .1 II MeCootey. 15
Dunn, 25 steerage pacngcrs, and RKi
passengers In trim-dl for Auckland and
Prom San Francisco, per stmr Santa
Maria, March 21 .Mrs II Hnrloii and
child, Mis F Ilarloc, .1 " Winter, I)
Delink, wife and 2 sons, 0 Kohl, P
Valguards, and 23 Cliincse steerage pas
sengers. iM-mn ICaual, per stmr lwalanl, March
21 His Ex Gov P V Kanoa, Capt V 15
Godfrey, Cajit .1 Cauieron, S V Wilcox,
Ur Welters, Xorinau Hulburt, U II
Stoltz, A llaiinebcrg, Judge .1 ICaklna
and wife. Miss Annie I.ove, Miss I.auua,
MrsG 11 Itobertson, Miss Malaea, A
Soloniona, 12 Kuopiihl and wife, W S
Hazard. 2 Chinese and 71 deck.
For Portland, Oregon, per ship
Stirlingshire, March 2111 Petero and
wife, .FPetero, 12 I, Mlttman and MUs
From Honolulu for the Colonies, per
S S Mariposi, March 21 S Jenklii'.,
wife and child, 0 G Jackou. and Jl 12
The stmr lwalanl brought -1,80:1 bags
of sugar, 22 bags rice, fi'J hides, 2 calves
and 50 packages sundries from ICaual
and Xlihau yesterday.
The Oceanic Company's lloynl Mall
steamer Marlpo-ia, 11 M Haywaid, Com
mander, arrived In port early March 21,
Gy, days from Sail Francisco. Sailed
from San Francisco at!! p m, Maich 11;
discharged pilot at t-.:i." pin: received
Honolulu pilot at "i a in, 21st Inst., and
-15 minutes later was docked at the
Oceanic! Company's dock. Experienced
fresh XW winds "for the llrnt 21 hours;
thence lino weather to poir. At mid
night, lfltli, passed a two-masted
steamer, suppo-ed to bo thu Mararoa,
The American steamer Santa Maria,
Captain Mark Harloe, arrived at 2 p in,
March 21, 10 days from San FrancNco.
Sailed from Sail FrancNco, March 11th
at 2 pin. Furi-erOJ Mohcrhi icports
line weather the entire parage. She Is
eon-djnicd to Mcm-s Castle A- Cooke,
and brings a general cargo valued at
The Urltlsh ship Stirlingshire, Capt
Jt Alexander, sailed eaily, March 21st,
for Portland, Or, with 100 bills molasses
valued at 527, and SUMS tons salt in
Mr Meyer, formerly chief olllcer of
the Discovery, has been appointed mas
ter of that vecl.
Capt Pcrrhuaii, lately of the barken
tlne Discovery, has gone to Port Lud
low to superintend the coiistiuctlon of a
bark of 700 tons burden fortheso Islands.
The keel Is laid and part of the frr.mu
up. It Is the Intention of the bulU.ci
to make her one of the llne-t vceN
ever built on tho Paeitle Coast. Her
dimension will be 150 feet keel, :t(i feet
fi Inches beam, and Mt feet (1 Indies
depth of hold. She Is to bo completed
in July next, and will sail direct for this
port under command of Capt IVrrlnian.
The bark Hope, Capt Penballow, ar
rived Saturday afternoon, 25 days from
Port Towu'end with 507,800 feet of
lumber, 2,5 i:i pickets, 28,500 laths and
47,000 shingles to Lewei it Cooke.
The whaler Atlantic took -100 bids of
oil whllo on her way hero from San
Tho Allio Mowo sails for Hongkong
Tho whalers Mary & Susan, Atlantlo
unci niilo set. sail for tho Aietlo to-day.
The DIcovery, In charge of Captain
Meyer, sailed from San FrancNco for
this port, March 11th.
Mark Cath Sudden sailed from this
port for Sail Francisco on the 15th Inst
with OOt tons of sugar, and one passen
ger, Mr O A Gelatte, former book
keeper of Pala Plantation and brother-in-law
of 12 M Walsh, manager planta
tion. Mktno Wrestler will ball on the
2:ird Inst. Mgtuo Clans Snreekcls and
schooner Itosarlo are now In port.
A ciianoi: in the Post Ollieo de
luirtiuont may bo expected to ho
(inuouiiccd one of theso ilayd(,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Btcutni'r lwalanl will sail nl
fi o'clock I bin owning lor Niiwlllwlli
it ml Kolou only.
Tin: Santa Muriu is docked nl the
P. M. S. a. ivliurf, mid lnul many
isituid during the day.
Six of Hit' .Jupiinesu sailors of the
ICiiuui who refiirscMl duty Saturday
ictttriicd to work this nflernooii.
Tin: "lent" nml it surroundings
woie photographed Saturday nfter
nnun,iuil thin morning the canvas
wan taken down.
Tin: crew of (ho Iwnliiiii was un
successful in getting the Planlor'n
boiler, and the company hn.s decided
to leave it there for good.
Tin: schooner Kutiikeuouli hroughl
three lollora fiom Kohala, Siittiiilny.
for inpaiirt. The schooner will re
turn In Ifnlmlu on Thursday with the
lollcivs and two ImileiK.
.Mil. ',. K. .Meyers was niariied to
Miss Mary l.owden, yesterday after
noon. The young lady arrived by
the .Mariposa in the morning. Rev.
.1. A. Cruziiu performed the cere-
Mi:ssi!8. 12. P. Adams it Co. will
oiler at public auction, to-morrow
noon, at their salesiooni on Queen
Htrecl, some valuable propel ties be
longing to tho estate of thu late
A i'AHSi:.V(:i:u by the Mariposa for
Sydney, named William Olilsa, be
came iiisnno on tho way between San
Fiaiicisen and this port. He was put
aslioie lieie, and taken to the Lunatic
Asylum for ticatiuent.
.Mil. h. J. Levey will sell hy mic
tion, at his salesiooni, Queen street,
to-morrow at 12 o'clock, tho estate
and cMects of the late L. Allium.
Paitictilars may be nscertained by
reference to our advertising columns.
Oxi: of the steamer Mokolii's boats
with three sailors, the mate, and three
passengers in it capsized at Kalau
papa, last week. All had to swim
ashore, and one of tho passengers, a
woman, lost $(), which was not re
covered. Tin: six sailors of the whaler Mary
& Susan, who got adrift in ono of the
ship's boats oil' Kailua, Hawaii, sev
eral days ago, and ciiino to Honolulu
by the steamer Hall, rejoined their
ship this morning, and have sailed
for the Arctic. .
A o.i:-i)iitvi:u, leaving his horse un
fastened, at ICnknako, yesterday
morning, had, the misfortune to see
his carriage smashed into kindling
wood. The horso took fright anil
bolted over the salt ponds, upsetting
tho carriage, and producing the re
sult already stated.
Tiikki: was a handsome attendance
this morning at tho sale of the Makeo
jireniises and furniture hy 12. P.
Adams it Co. The residence sold to
F. P. Hastings, 12s( for $8,100, and
the five Waikiki lots at $50 eacli to
Sam. Parker, Ksq. The furniture
brought nearly $2,000. A lino paint
ing of "Mt. Maker" was purchased
hy F. P. Hastings, Esq., for $1-10,
and an equally good one of "Moun
tain Scenery" sold for $110 to Z. S.
FoitT Street Church was crowded
last evening on the occasion of the
debut in this city of Mr. William
Xoble, the temperance evangelist.
Tho opening exercises weio con
ducted hy tho Hovs. Ortizau and
Oggel, after which Mr. Nohlu delivered
an address of about forty minutes,
holding tho breathless attention of
the audienco throughout. An ex
tended repoil of tho address cannot
bo given to-day, for want of spaco.
The next meeting will take place to
morrow evening at thu Y. M. C. A.
Davis it Wilder havo received hy
to-day's steamer, fresh Oysters, Vege
tables, Fruits and other Delicacies.
Call early. SI
PicTiJiti: Frames and Cornices
made to order; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
prices to suit all. King Mros.' Art
Stoic, Hotel street. 7G (it
Wr.sr, Dow it Co. have received
ex. "Geo. Elder" M. W. Mediooni
sit , M. W. chairs, Mahy Cani.iges,
Manjos, Munjo Strings, Harmonium,
Folios of Music, Kloso's Method for
clarinet, Wliile's Method for clarinet,
Song Qtuen, Song King, Golden
Mohin, G. A. It. War Songs, Mats,
Maso Malls, Foot Malls, Jtuhher
Matties, ite.,.te. 7-1
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this evening, compli
mentary to Captain Mradley, It. N.,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, hy order of
His Majesty the King. Following
is tho programme:
Overture Fc-tlvid Lcutner
Miiri'li-2iiineror William "Faust
WalU-sdolilen Shower Waldteufel
Selection Pinafore Sullivan
J Aloha Oe.
Selection National Fautnslii.. .ICn
flalop Queen Victoria Fi
i iM.wii.iUi.doruinu Soiiltb LI
Thi) Wilt ch on the Wilne. tlod Save the
Queen. Hawaii PphpI.
WARNER PRIZE AWARDS.
A third prize of $50, was awarded
to Nov. S. 12. llishop of Honolulu,
on March Ith, at Hoolicstcr, N. Y.,
for an EVny on thu Red Skicq.
J'rof. Kle&sling, of lltiinhurg, took
the first prize of 8200. There were
.'10 competitors. Profs. Cleveland
Ahbo, Ilazen mid Winslow Upton
receive honorary inediih. We con
gratulate our townsman on this re
cognition of his labors In the Held of
DEATH OF LIEUTENANT ARTHUR.
fcJThc New York Gmplik of Feb.
1st has u line engraving from a
photograph, with mi extended obitu
ary notice of the late Lieutenant
Kfllot J. Arthur, of the United
States Navy. Lieut. Aithur's death
took place in New Yoik City in
January hist. The deceased visited
these Islands in the IT. S. S. Cali
fornia in 187,"i, and during his stay
here, his cheerful disposition won
him many warm friends. His un
timely death was tho ultimate result
of a disease contracted by exposure
to the severities of the climate of
Panama, while on duty there. The
Graphic refers to him in highly
complimentary tcrui", ptonounrh"'
him "an expert in nun ilimu matters."
TWO STEAMSHIP OFFICERS AHRESK0.
On the arrival of the Australia in
Han Francisco, Captain C. C. Uiougli
and Steward l'ollctt were arrested
hy the United States Marshal,
charged with landing Lie Fin Lie, a
Chinese laborer, from si foreign port
(Honolulu), on December 28, 188o.
The following day the case went be
fore Commissioner Sawyer for ex
amination. An Inspector of Cus
toms testified that on December 2(3th
he refused Lie Fin Lie a landing and
notified the Steward to look after
him. On the 2'Jth the Chinaman was
gone that is, had escaped. The
Government claimed thai the China
man had escaped through the negli
gence of the steward, and that the
Captain had brought to poit a per
son not entitled to land. The Com
missioner decided that the Govern
ment had failed to show that thc
officers had not taken every means
to prevent the escape, and discharg
ed the accused. 1J. (J. Advertiser.
STRIKE ON THE MARIPOSA.
lleforc the sailing of the Mariposa
a .strike was organized by the Steam
shipmens' Protective Association in
the Steward's department, with tho
result that a new force of men was
shipped. It appears that tho men
complained first, that the force was
inadequate; second, that non-union
men were employed, and that this
could not be permitted. Upon con
sultation with Captain Haywaid and
Mr. John D. Sprockets the partial
justice of the first claim wus ad
mitted and would he remedied ; as
for the second, the only test the
Company could recognize was effi
ciency and attention to duty. No
man would be employed or dis
charged on tho ground that ho be
longed, or did not belong, to any
association. This did not satisfy
the Union men and they left the
ship. Some difficulty was experien
ced in shipping qualified men, hut
it was done. There was no excuse
for the strike except the intolerance
of the union against non-union men.
All were paid and treated alike, and
there was no question of favor or
distrimination for or against either
class. This appears to bo running
"union principles" into the ground.
P. (J Advertiser.
CRIME ON KAUAI.
Kauai has not entirely escaped
the carnival of crime which seems
to have becomo so notable in Hono
lulu of late. A safe or money box
was stolen from the house of Mr.
A. Drier, of Klccle plantation. At
some distance from tho house it was
broken open and emptied. The
greatest dilllcnlty about finding out
who committed the crime lay in the
fact that nobody on the island knew
what wns.in the safe, Mr. D. having
gone to Maui, leaving it locked.
One man is locked up on suspicion,
hut his preliminary examination has
not yet conic off.
A Chinaman who had just received
something more than thirty dollars
from Mr. A. S. Wilcox, ot Ilium
uiaulti, was going homo in the night
when ho was set upon by two natives
and robbed. Two natives were soon
noticed to be unusually "Hush,"
and as they answered very well to
the description which the Chinaman
had given of tho men who had robbed
him thoy were asked to account for
the money they had been spending
with such unwonted freedom. Being
unable to do so, they were locked
up to await developments. On the
preliminary hearing ono of them
confessed his part of tho crime, and
told the whole story, on a promise
that he should not be prosecuted.
Whereupon Judge Ilapuku, for rea
sons best known to himself, dis
charged the other.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
The crowded gatherings nt tho
IlnwaiiiUi Opera Ilousu, Saturday
iftcruoon and evening, have seldom
ever heen equaled In numbers and
probably never excelled, in tlmt
building. At the nmtinob cvory
seat was occupied within a few
minutes after opening tho doors,
and scores of people, both juveniles
and adults, still seeking admission,
hi the evening, extra chairs were
placed wherever space could bo
found, and yet everybody was not
accommodated. His Majesty the
King occupied the loyal box. The
afternoon performance being in
tended mainly for the amusement of
children, the programme was espe
cially adapted to that purpose.
Some dexterously executed feats of
legerdemain weio added to Mr.
Millis's character songs and the
varied doings of the merry manikins.
The little folks were immensely
tickled, and gave expression to their
feelings of pleasure in screams of
wild delight. The evening pro
gramme was composed of new songs
and characters, and sonic of those
that had been given on previous
occasions, repeated mostly by re
quest, with coiisidciablo variations
in the amusing vcn'ribiqtiial per
formances. The ( ,i i ess titilla
tions of the aiidiei ee were fre
quently broadened into outbursts of
uncontrollable laughter, pailioulurly
excited by the Introduction of local
1..: . At the close, Mr. Millis ex-pi-i4cr
gratification ith his recep
tii i the Honolulu public, and
rcim'iicd thanks for the - patronage,
intimating a probabi 'v of again
meeting them in tho me place on
his return from a ton. to the other
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Monday. March 22, 188(5.
Before Preston, .1. Joua. Austin,
assignee in bankruptuy of Jose P.
Amaral, of Hilo, Hawaii, vs. Cliailes
Michicls, action of trover. This
case stood continued from the Octo
ber term of Court last year, and was
also continued from the last January
term owing to non-appearance of
material witnesses. Plaintiff asks
judgment for the restitution of cer
tain goods belonging to the bank
rupt estate or the value of the same
alleged to be the sum of S700. The
Court hcaid testimony of witnesses
and arguments of counsel, and the
case was submitted. Jonathan Aus
tin (F. M. Hatch with him) for
plaintiff, L. A. Thurston for de
fandent. TO IjET,
A Dwelling House nt fil
2niiiia Stiect. House contains
-I bedrooms, imrlor, slttlui;
nml (lining rooms, pantry, kitchen and
bathroom, servant's room, stabling and
carriage house. Thu whole newly
painted and In cood repair. Apply at
MMS. LACK'S STOltK,
2S11 Fort Street, or .III Emma Street.
.i .. n
Hy order of Mr. Sellg, administrator of
of the Estate of L. Ahuna, deceased, of
Walalua, Oahu, I will sell at public
auction, at my salesroom, No. -10 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 1'-' o'clock, a.m., a certain
Lease of Premises
situated hi Walalua, and formcil) oc
cupied by the deceased as a store, ware
Iioubch, dwellings Ac , Ac. The Lease
will e.Npiie on thu 1st .lanuary, 16:'.i, and
the rent of same is $10 per month.
iVlbo, the whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained In store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Store FlMuies, 2 Urnkes. 1 Horse, 1 Set
Harness, Household Furniture and
Ellccis, Kitchen Furniture and
Utensils, &c, Ac.
Parties wishing to examine the nbovo
premhus and for limber information,
can.apply to Mr. S. SKLIG, at tho olllcu
of Mcsni's. M. S. Grinliaiim A Co.,
t3) Terms cash, and deeds at ex.
pciibu of purchaser.
15y order of Messrf. Conchco ifc
Aliuiig, who inn ubout closing their
business, wo will,
On Wednesday & Thursday,
March 21th and Mtli,
commenelugnl 10 a.m. each day, ut their
stoiu on Fori Slieei, oiler nt public nuc.
Hon, their eutiiu Sicck of
Dress Silks, in all colors; Oras-Oloth,
Silk Handkerchiefs, a lnrge variety of
Gol ai Ivory Jewelry,
China Vases, Crepe Shawli, Fnns,
Miitiings, Fine Chlnero Tens,
ANII A I.AllOi: ASSOllTMKNT Of
All these Goods aro now ready for in
spection, und as everylhliiK will be sold
without reserve, thu ladies and the pub.
lie generally will llud It to tlier Interest
to attend thu sale.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
72 7t moiMvcd.frl Auctioneers,
P. O. Mox 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
ir urn! Oi Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now- (ioods continually on tho way. Just p.-celvcd Keys Sailer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herring-, kes Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Uulllc-i, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Poik, kegs Cornrd Hccf. For
llieakfat White 0.it, Geiincaj Ilreakfast Gem and Slircded Maize. Also, ft
lino lot of Now Zealand and Portland Pcachblow Potatoes always on hind.
The vciy bet of ISLAND DUITHK, plenty for everybody.
1W0 Prices low and Nat indict ion Jiiui-iuilccd.
Iltl.ft tcilnfoiin (lie l.ndlcs nf Honolulu mid Hk-I'ulillo fcncrnllv Hint I Imvn opened nn
iilllccln Hie l!i:. I.I! lll.OCK. (jm-ci. Sin el, oiiiio-ltc .Mi-mix. II. llnnVi-liliii-uer.t Co.,
nml n lie their li-i(Tllnn il my IniKH -lock of fiMi l.liieii-., Iimmili'il ilhi-tl Irotii ItclfuM,
coiwI-tlliiKor tlio rlliiniii.
A largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Woll-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
I TRADE J
Monograms and Crobts tnsortod In Damask to order for very low rates.
ANo. D'Ojlles, Tnllel Covets, (ila unit Tea Clotln, l'illow I.lnciiK. SlicctlnKS Printed
and I'lalii I.nttiis, UiiiimH,, Illicit nml Kiuicy TnnuK IltiokTonPllliiK, Unbleached tiaumsk,
1)1 UN, L'ltinliilu and lleim lllehvd llnndkei chiefs, suitable, for ladies unit gentlemen's use.
Any Length Out.
Also, an ln iik-o of IIKM'AbT MUSMXS new patterns, fait colors.
Auent for the YOlllC ST. KI, X Hl'li. CO., Ltd.' Itclfnst i .1. S. llliOWN .1 SONS, llclfnst ; T. A U.
A. WOUK.MAX, Ilciruil , II. II. ll()l'XMi:i.l Ltd., llrhlliiirt, Kiik. W
1 -I .Ml l. - Hl II - I I
CHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
ICIJS'G fciXXSKICX, : : : : Honolulu
lias lecelved, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon Ilellii-s, KasUrn Codlleh In blocks, New Cheese, Dupco lining anil
Ilacon, Kee. Hii'lei. Kegs Pork, Lard, Maker's Whole Corn, Germcu, Break,
fast Germ; Gut Meal; Com Meal; Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Snlnd
Drexsliu;; Duruib1 Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet mid Sour Pickles; As
sorted Extracts; Hoxe Water; Dates: Nuts; Raising; l'ciir Uuttcr; Arrowroot
Cakes; Schoo! il.es; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Urcukfast,
Comet and 11 tu Tea-; Family Flour; llran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
llread; Potaiiu , Unions; Kerosenu Oil, etc., etc.
CST" Goods dcllu-re! to 'ill parts of the city. Satisfaction guniantccd.
11. F. Dtl.t.lMIIIAM
Pieeiileut and Man iger.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Go. and Samuel Nott.
FOKT STUFF I', :::::: HONOLULU
Just rieilved, ex S.S. Alameda and St. Paul, latest designs in
Silvcr-Plated Wore, Chandeliers & Lamps,
(202) Water Filters & Coolers, Cutlery, etc, etc., etc.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Ciislom-Madu Clothing, and lints and Caps
Ii all 1 Latest Styles ni Fata.
C2T Particular nttcntion Is called to nn clegnnt line of Gent's Ncckwonr.
T HEHDERT REEVE, M.H.S..
W llydiopalhic Physician,
Heals all diseases by Purltlcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons wearv of using phytic with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
system. Consultation hours, 2 to 4 p.m.
I5- Invalids on tho other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
Residence Hotel Street, opposite Y.
M. C. A. C8 lni
General Business & Purchasing AQont.
42 lucluit St, Mololi.
My most faithful allcn'lou will bo
uiien for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of tho
80 1 several Iblauda of this group, ly
OF MOUK THAN 100 YKAItS Itni'li'TATIO.V.
riiHurpnnxeil fur I'.xrcllcurr or ((utility,
I'iiNtii-iiiHMi'il for IMirnlilllty In Weiir,
I'liMtiriiiiHNt'il for lli'iuily nriK'wl:iiN,
Olilnlnt-il Jllglu-Ht AwnritM, vlx:
Mi:i)AI.l-lle1fiiM, IMIlind 1ST0; Lotiil 1MI, 1H3
(noun 17(1; ram iiioiu;, i-', ; iiuiimi, ino
Tabid I'lotlisi (ruin'
VnliL-lii-i tn liiiilell.
to T yanU in length, with
Tim iiImpm) iiiii landi) of till) 1IF.ST 1IIIS1I unit
C 'mi 11 nil Klux; spun, orii unit lileiiclit-d In Iir.
lilllil: tliu pattein-i uovclilll tin. Table I.lnen mo
di-lKMcd liy Illlslt AUTIsjTS, who Imvo lor many
yeurs e.teoucd those of any other countiy.
JAS. G. Sl'BNCKIl,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Xo. 4 AtlaniH I.iuie.
Hats dyed nud pressed,
Feathers cleaned mid curled,
Katlvo stiaws sowed in all the latest
Lessons given hi thirty-six kinds of
fnncy work, with drawing and pnlutlng
Orders taken for nil kindsof cm broi
NEW YOItK LINE.
TXF II. OROSS3IAN & HRO., 77
t t uronu
Streei. N.Y.. will des.
Al vessel In this line, on or
3IA.Y 15, 188,
Orders should bo forwarded by steamer
of March lilth, to Insuru shipnienl by
this opportunity, or not Inter thnn April
(Ith. CASTLK A. COOKE,
3IONTI1LY, or longer If do
fired, a large Furnished Cot.
tuiru with 0 rooms. Ihuh
house and frosh water shower bath.
Sea bathing. Situated nt Kuplolani
Park. Mutual Tclejihonc in the house.
Inqulro of G. "West, of West, Dow &
Co. 73 tf
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