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TUESDAY, MAHCII 2.'), 188(5.
Sclir Itnlnhow from Konlau
Slinr Ukollke fur Kiiliiilul iintl liana
Sclir Catoriiin for llsinnh'l
.Selir Knwnllanl for Koolati
Selir Wnlloli' for Mnllko
I'.gtiie W (! Irwin for S:n I'r.inel-in
VESSELS IN PORT;
Hk 0 O Whllinore. Thompson
Turn Lottli' Pnlrlleld, Blugay
Bglnc W (J Irwin, 'l'tinicr
l'or ICnual, per steamer Iwulnui, Mar
::-,.! nuboiHteln. A S Wilcox, J II
Smith, Ceo Mitudntt, A Ilntmcuberg,
ami nbonl Ml deck.
Kor Windward PoiN, pur steamer
Kiniiii. March '22 UU (Jov .10 DomliiN,
lolin .Stupplebeen, Jt A Lyman, wife
ami 2 children, Jtuv Father l.conoienud
servant. II (.Hum and wife. HI I Scholl.y,
Tlii'o II Davie mid .Joii, P Swan.)', M
0 l!o!. Mrs I. Severance. D II llltch
v cock, Kla Xuhnulclun. Mr Jones and
wife, Mr (Jiiiiiiiiiii'" .J S ICnier-on. .1
O lliiiiinul, A 1) Wilson. I) 0 Union and
wife, K I.ycan and 1 10 deck.
The sehooncr Khukal left Wnlaluu
ycterday for Honolulu and will pro
bably arrive here to-night.
Tin) steamer l)owelt. "teamed to sea
yesterday afternoon with thu schooner
'Wallulo In tow for Pala, Maul.
At Palatini, on the tilth, to the wife of
.1. 0. I'dwnuU, a son.
SUGAR AND RICE.
Prom 'William, Dlmnml it Co.'s cir
cular of the Ulth, we make the follow
There i no change to note In the
prices of rcllncd, in this maikct. Owing
to thu present low railroad freight-,
largo qumitltiis of both law and rcllnud
are being shipped to the KaMcrii and
Western stato-i. These shipments will
no doubt continue until freights arc ad
Katcrn and 1'orelgn markets. The
XcwYork Market for raws has con
tinued dull, and the business transacted
has been at reduced prices. Tbe ilr.st
alu of Cuba centrifugals since thu 17th
I'ebruarv, was made the 'Jllth, o? for
Jl(l percent. On the Ilnl Inst., , lor !)S
ci cent, making b:il here for late ar
rivals for !)() percent. Itcllners aio
still unwilling loprovldeforthelrfuture
requirements, and buy In thu sainu
cautious mamier that has characterised
their operations for some time past. The
London market is cloely watched,
which for the present seems V be the
key to the situation. On the :ird iuM.,
Loudon advices indicated a better feel
ing. Beets were quoted at III,. Since
then the market has ruled steady at the
udvancu established which encourage"
the belief that a. substantial reaction has
taken place. California sugars rellned
from S. Islands raw sugar are being
offered in St. Louis, and Chicago mar
kets at sanio prices now ruling for re
llned In Xcw York, but the quantity is
Jtioi:. l.ato receipts have all been
taken from ships at fie 00 days, which
price we quote to-day. Large quantities
of Inferior Carolina 'are in transit for
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kivi" Jupaiu'tc wore hhipped on
the wiialor Ohio this afternoon.
Mn. J. Lyons holds a special sale
of potatoes, etc., at noon to-monow.
Mit. l llarribon has completed tho
blicic work on the new Policu Couit
Tin: new bridge fiom the foot of
Punchbowl to l'auoa Valley is about
Mail matter marked pei
Irwin will be despatched
Thu Hand will play at the Queen's
Hospital, on Thursday afternoon,
from II to 5 o'clock.
Mil. .lulius H. .Smith, Superintend
ent of Public Woiks, has gono to in
spect nJads and bridges on Kauai.
Tm: whaler Atlantic will huul,
this afternoon, iter '100 bbls. Of oil,
taken whilo on her way from San
Fiane'iteo to this port.
Tin: government hid $5,000 on the
Paul Kanoa estate this morning. Tho
upset price being if!),000, tho hid is
held subject to tho order of tho Comt.
Mi:ssiih. K. 1'. Adams & Co.'s
clearance salo of Concheo it Ahung's
Chinese goods commence to-monow
morning at 10 o'clock, on Fortsticct.
Mn. and Mrs. Moyers liavo our
thanks for a generous gift of wedding
delicacies. Visions of tho past como
Routing back from "long before llio
Tm: three-masted schooner l.oltjo
Fairfield has been eliailoied by T. II.
Davics it Co., for S.in Fiancisco. Sho
will bail to-morrow for llilo, Hawaii,
mi.... ...1...1..I .j Al.i..,. .C. stium. Aflnn-
IJIJ. ,IIUIUin .11.1.,. l Miii'UMl -.
lio, Dawn and Abiaham Harker xiil
to-day for tho Arctic regions. Tho
Alliance jiml llorrimnn aio duo hero
from Sau Francisco.
A.v informal danco will ho given
Thursday evening, by tho guests of
tho Hotel, at tho hole! parlors. Tho
joyal Hawaiian Hand hu been en
gugeu for tho occasion, .
.If A. lir.iciiAirr Is paid to hnvo
shrken tho dust of Honolulu oil' his
slices and departed for tho Colonics
by the- Mariposa Sunday night pio
bitbly to join L J. Scott.
Mil. William Xoblo, the temperance
uaugi'liitnii(l founder of tho English
Illne Kibbon movement, will deliver
his second address in Honolulu, this
evening, in tho Y. M. 0. A. hall.
Arriiu the concert at tho Hotel
lift night, u poition of tho hand ad
jouiui'il to tho palace and enlivened
tho nliiiospliciu of tho ncighhoihood
witli music, until an eaily hour this
Ini'oiimatio.v is wanted of tho
wlieicabouts of .John Dtunand, at
one time engineer on a plantation at
Kohabt, Hawaii. The U. .S. Constilalo
will attend to any answer that may
Tin: water in Makiki reseivoir is
veiy low. It has been complained
Hint (lie ieoplu in that ncighhornood
have been wasting it. If they are
not careful, in a few days they will
be without water entiiely.
Mn. and Mrs. '.. K. Meyers, the
newly manied coupled, were "at
homo" to their Triends, at their resi
dence, l'auoa, last night. Many con
gratulations were tendered and many
wishes for long-continued happiness
Govi:h.s'oh Doniinis lias gone to
.Maui, and Hon. C. P. laukca will
attend to the aiduous and important
duties of thu gubernatorial chair in
his absence. His Majesty tho King,
Princess Liliuokalaui, and Ministers
Neumann and Kapena wero at tho
wharf to hid tho Governor adieu,
Tin: baik 0. O. YVhitmoiewill tako
08 tons of copra to Han Francisco for
A. P. Everett fiom. tho Pacific Navi
gation Co. This is tho second ship
ment of copra to San Francisco by
the Pacilio Navigation Co., and
another lot will ho forwarded to tho
Coast on the leturu of thu Jennie
Walker in April next.
Tin: puzzle Tower of Hanoi was'
correctly performed in two minutes
and live seconds tho other day in the
presence of several persons. Tho
"lovely young lady Miss. L." who did
the puzzle in two minutes and niiio
seconds mentioned in this paper of
March Dili, will need to do better by
five seconds to beat tho best timo on
Tin: shooting gallery being built
on l'oit street above Hotel will be
run by Mr. Finnk Higgins. There
will bo two departments, one for
ladies and the other for gentleman.
In April, there will be prize shooting.
First prize, Kamelianicha statue,
three feet high, inado of lino woods
and a facsimile to the one in the yard
oijho Government building; Second
a plaster bust statue of Queen Emma ;
and third, a magnificent plaster bust
statue of His Majesty. Tho prizes
wero made bv Otremha anil aro valu
ed at WOO. There will bo .'100 tickets
for sale at $1.25 a piece. Twenty
points will bo tho best possible scoro
to bo made ami the crack shots of tho
town will give odds to the poorer
marksmen. Further particulars will
bo given at a future day.
Pictuki: Frames and Cornices
made loonier; a largo variety of
Mouldings to select from and at
juices to suit all. King Ilros.' Art
Store, Hotel street. 70 (it
Tho Island hoys in St. Matthias
Hall, San Mateo, Cal., continue to
give a good account of themselves.
For tho month ending March 2nd,
Kawananakoa scored 100 and Kelii
alionui, 07 in deportment. "Wilder,
stood Do.'J, Academic; Cummins
80.1 and Kalanianaolc 88.7 in Gram
mar. Wilder heads his class in tho
Huh grade and Cummins is second
in his class in tho second grade.
CONCERT AT THE HOTEL.
A largo and gay company was at
tracted by tho Hawaiian Hand con
cert, in honor of Captain Uradloy,
. X., at tho Hawaiian Hotel, last
night. The entire front of tho
building, from top to bottom", was
Htruiig witli innumerable vari-colored
lanterns. Tho walks and drives on
all bides were lined with flaring
torches. The company sat on tho
balconies, on tho open lawns, and
promenaded tho walks, enjoying the
mild atmosphere and listening with
delight to llio cheerful music.
Tho Uomuu Catholic Mission in
tho Hawaiian Islnnds lias Just lost
one of her pioneers, tho Kev. Father
ICustatho Pretebcille, who departed
this life on tho lUth inst., at his
rfloidenco at Koloa, Island of Kauai.
Tho rovoiened gentleman arrived in
this country oji tho 28th of April,
1818, and proved, during the -10
years lie passed on these islands, to
lio a veiy zealous missionary, a man
of exemplary charity, and a highly
eiudito divine. Ho will ho long re
gretted by tho Catholic clergy, tho
members of his church and others,
among whom ho made many friends,
by his affability, his devotediiess to
duty, and other personal qualities.
Ucnulcscflt iu l'ace,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The sale of the lands, advertised
in yesterday's 15l'm.i:tin, belonging
to the estate of tho lato Queen
Emma, deceased, took placo to-day
at the auction rooms of Messrs. E.
P. Adani3 it Co. The disposal of
the lands was as follows: No. 1, C.
H. Judd, Sl,200; No. 2, Sninucl
Parker, SI, 150; , Campbell and
Isonbeijr, S850; -1, lJruco Cart
wright, S 100; 5, Hrtico Cartwrighl,
SaflO; 0, C. II. Judd, 105; 7, Apa
na I, James Campbell, SI 00 ; Apana
5, Campbell and Isenberg, S50;
8, withdrawn; !), C. II. Judd, 81,
050; 10, C. II. Judd, SI75; 11, C.
II. Judd, 8500; 12, Hruce Cart
wright, 8500; la, W. M. Gibson,
Sl,0f)0; M, Elizabeth Nahaolelua,
8100; 15, Campbell and Isenberg,
81,250; 10, Campbell and Isenberg,
825; 17, W. M. Gibson, 81,050;
18, Cecil Ilrown, 88,500; 111, W.M.
Gibson, S5.100; 20, W. M. Gibson,
8010: total S28.075.
Mr. Spaulding of Kauai has made
extensive improvement to his plan
tation, and he invites visitois to wit
ness tlie workings of lato inventions
to be seen at his mill, Ktulia Kuuri.
It has been previous announced
that Kapaa ami Kealia mills have
consolidated, and now Kealia mill
with maceration machinery is doing
the work formerly done by both
mills. A railroad running between
Kealia and Kapaa has been built.
A bridge lias been erected over the
small stream between Kealia and
Kapaa, and the train, Humes, and
the public highway run over it. A
tunnel has been dug half way be
tween the two above mentioned
places, and it being the Hist one ever
made on the Island, is an object of
curiosity. Mr. Spaulding is proud
of his automatic feeders, and the
latest improvements to burn trash
without manual labor. New brick
beds for the engine and mill have
lately been built, and altogether the
Kealia mills and plantation furnish
sights woith seeing.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
Monday, March 22, 1880.
llcforc Preston, J. Jona. Austin,
assignee in bankruptcy of Jose P.
Amaral, of llilo, Hawaii, vs. Charles
Michicis, action of trover. This
case stood continued from tho Octo
ber term of Court last year, and was
also continued from tho 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 or the same
alleged to be tbe sum of 8700. The
Court heard testimony of witnesses
and arguments of counsel, and the
case was submitted. Jonathan Aus
tin (F. M. Hatch witli him) for
plaintiff, L. A. Thurston for de
fendant. The testimony of Captain John
Phillips was taken beforo II. F. Poor,
Esq., Master, and by him filed for
use in the case of said deponent
against Frecth & Peacock, libcllces.
The deposition was taken on account
of the departure of said Captain for
China this afternoon iu charge of
the brig Allio Howe. Chas. Crcigh
lon appeared for libcllant, F. M.
Hatch for libellees.
nr.FOiti: judd, c. 3.
In re estate of Aliu (Ch.) of
Honolulu, deceased. Mr. J. F.
Hackfeld.of Messrs. II. Ilackfeld &
Co., aniVJosejih Ilyinan, of ILynian
Bros., creditors, this day Hied their
petition praying that letters of ad
ministration issuo to J. F. Ilackfeld
and I. Kubenstein upon said estate,
and that iu the meanwhile thuy be
appointed temporary administrators
until hearing of petition. The Court
appointed Tuesday, April 13, 1880,
as the time for hearing said petition,
and ordered that temporary letters
issue as prayed for under bond of
85,000, which was duly filed. Letters
issuo accordingly. The value of
the estate is about 80,000, consisting
of goods and merchandise in stores,
one in Honolulu and one in Koloa,
Kauai. L. A. Thurston appeared
Tho latest accounts of tho Zuker-tort-Stcinitz
chess contest received
is in the New York Jleruld of the
Gth inst., and the Altu of the lilth.
Tho San Francisco Anjouaut was
expected to contain full accounts
but tho chess editor of that paper is
away. The JJerald reports two of
the games played at New Orleans,
ending March 1st, Steinitz winning
one and the other resulting in a
draw. As far as known hero, four
teen games have been played,
Steinitz scoring six and Zukertort
live; two ending in a draw, and tho
result of the remaining one (Ulth
gamo) is not yet known. Tho Aha
of tho lath inst. says of tho Mth
game, "when Zukcrtort had mado
his fourty-eight move, Steinitz
offered a draw which Zukcrtort Ac
cented." The fifteenth game was
to bo played on March loth. It
may bo remembered that if each
party wins nino games, the rubber
will not bo played, neither will be
declared tho champion. Tho Illus
trated London Nexus says, "the
New York reporter of the ZuUcr-
tort-Stelnllz chcfls match regards
tho serious struggle for the cham
pionship of the chess world as an
opera bouffe." Considerable in
terest is being tnken iu chess by
some of the great minds of Hono
lulu, and a chess party meets at the
Library nearly every evening.
Spiritualistic, medium -You now
behold the spirit of Algernon Snob
bins. Do you recognize him?
Visitor I do. .Spiritualistic medium
ho does not seem to recognize
you. Visitor O, that's because I
failed in business recently.
A. Voice IVdiii A.tiHLrla.
Near the village ol Zilllngdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives X irfu Unas, an In.
tclllgcnt and indusir'-i,, uniin, wlio.e
story of phst I Mb nig and llnal re
lief, ns n i . u her . if, Is of interest
to hiigll-li women. "I wm employed,"
she says, " In Ihe woik of a largo larin
limiM'.' iKi v . :. Inoiiglii on sick
1' .ii ill.. W'iltiueil hj n ilc.ithly faint.
in tr aid sickness of tin much, until I
w . iblc to retail cither food or
(1 t was compel m lake to my
Ijlii tor hevei al weeks!. 'I'lllu' a little
better fiom icstundipi I mhilOu tj
do some .work, bin was u tukuu with
a pain iu my side, v..
while teemed to spread
in a little
body, nnd throbbed in my eveiyllmb.
1IiH wag Iniiowcil iy a cougli ami
lioriiic i'f bicalh, until Hindi I could
lint sew, iil'd 1 inol. n m bed fur the
ciiiiiI, ami, a I tin '" the la.st
ilmu My tiiciiii' o i .hat my time
lind nearly cumc, ui.il that I conld not
live longer than when the trues put on
their green nco more. Then 1 happen,
cd to get otic of the Stigel pamphlets.
I lead it, ami my dear mother bought
me a botlle of bclgcl's Syrup, which I
took c.Mictly according to tlirictlous,
and I had not taken the whole of it be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
.My last Illness began .lime . Ib8. and
continued to Aucusl t'th, when 1 began
to taku the Syrup. Very ioon I could
do a little 1 ght work. The cough left
me, and I was no mote troubled lu
b c.ithlug. Now I nm perfecily cured.
And oh, now happy I am I I cannot ex
press gratitude enough for Seigel's
Syrup. Xow I must u-ll you that the
docloiH lu our distiicl distributed hand,
bills cautioning people agaiiibt the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, and many were thereby iullu
enced to destroy the Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wherever one is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. The few preserved
aro borrowed to rcail, and I have lent
mine lor six miles around our district.
People have como eighteen miles to get
mo to buy the mcdiclnu for them, know.
Ing that it cured me, and to be Hire to
get the right kind. 1 know a woman
who was looking like death, and who
told them therb was no help for her,
that she hnil consulted .several doctors,
but none could help lief. I told her of
Seigel's Syrup, and wrote the unnio
down for her thai she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and the
Syrup, and now thu is iu perfect health,
and the people around us aro amazed.
The medicine lias made such progress
iu our neighborhood that people say
they don't want the doctor any more,
but thcr tako the Syrup. SulVcrcrs from
gout who were conllned to their bed and
could hardly move a linger, have been
cured bv it. There is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through homo water, and was in bed live
years with costivencss nnd rheumatic
pains, and had to have an attendant to
watcu by her. I neru was not a doctor
iu the surrounding distiieis to whom
her mother had not applied to relievo
her child, but every ono crossed them,
selves ami said they could not help her.
Whenever the little bell rang which is
rung lu our plnco when somebody Is
dead, wc thought surely It was for her,
but Seigel's Syrup and Pills taved her
life, and now she is as healthy as any
body, goes to church, and can work
eveu lu tho llelds. Everybody wasns
touisl.'cd when they saw her out, know
ing how maay years sho had been iu
bed. To-dav sho adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Haiiia Haas."
Tho people of England tpenk confirm,
ing the above.
Al'tor lUuny "Vujivh.
'SWlilttle-lo-Woods, near Chorlcy,
" December 2U, 1883.
"Dear Sir, Mother Seigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all that try
It speak highly In its favor. We had a
cace of a young hidv that had been Iron,
bled many years with pnins after eating.
She tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away after a fow doses of your
medicine Yours tiuly, E. l'r,i:i.."
..vrtoi' Hoveral Ymrn.
"Stoke Ferry,. January 0th. 1881.
"Gentlemen, l have used Slegel's
Syrup for several years, ami have found
Ii a most cllleacious reinrdy forl.lvcr
complaints nnd gencial debility, anil I
always keep some by me, and cannot
speak too highly in lis nralbo. I re.
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
jVTloi' HlXtooJl Yeni'H.
"95, Nuivgatu Stieet, Worksop, Notts,
"December 2Utli, &8;i.
"Gentlemen, It Is with tho gicatcsl
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
the clllcacy of Mother Seigel's Syrup.
My wife, who has sullcied from acute
Dyspepsia for over sixteen years, 1h now
perfectly bettor through tho sole help
of vour Syrup. I have sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctors lu fact, 1 be
gan to think she wns Incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried.
I remain, yours, thankfully,
USll'ocjtH Imvo ixton
" Ilford lload Dispensary, Duklnuold,
May a, IBS I.
" Dear Sir, I am happy to Inform
you that thu tale of your by nip and Pills
Increases here continually, Heveral of
my customers speak of having derived
more bcuellt frpim ihe uso of thesu than
fiom any other medicine. In soma in
stances the ullccts have been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
It wly Pmo, Edwin Eastwood, J.B."
LEWIS & CO., (JROGERS,
r ami OO Hotel Htreer,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on the way. .Inst received Kegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs Qcrninn I'lckles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kiU
Salmon Ucliles, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned llccf. For
Hrcakfast AVhltc Oats, Germea; Ureakfast Gem and Siircded Maize. Also, a
flno lot of Now Zealand and Portland Peachblow Potatoes always on hand.
The very bel of ISLAND HUITEIl, plenty for everybody.
2S01 1'i'lcoH low mill Satisfaction fihiarmitcctl.
I 111.(1 Hi liifmui the l.nillcs of Honolulu nml tliu Public LMiicnillv Hint 1 limn opened an
oflli'itlii HicllKAM.Itlll.Ol K. lliiciiiMiri't,fiiiHlti .Mi-i. 11. llofiebbieuer .V Co.,
anil jn Iti, their liiicetlon of my larKo Mock of IrMi I.lneni, Impoi teil illiect limn Ilclfuit,
consisting of tbo follow Iiik:
A largo Invoico of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish TaUe Linens,
I TRADE J
Monogram? and Crests insortocl in Damask to order for very low rates.
Also, D'Oylles, Toilet Covers, GhiM and Tea Cloth", Pillow I.lnens, Sheetings, Pilnted
and I'biui I.iiuiih, Duma I,, I luck and Fancy Towels, Iluck Towelling Unbleached Diimn.k,
Drills, Caiubilo and Hemstitched Ilandkeichlcfs, sultnblo for ladle and Kcntlcincn's lite.
Any Length Out.
Al(o, nil Invoico of IIIII.FAbT JUIbl.IXS new patterns, fast colors..
w. o. riOTJL.x,
Affi-nt for the YOIIIC ST. FI..X SPC. CO., I.td.' llelfnot ; .T. S. 1IUOWN A SONS, llelfnst ; T. A II.
A. WDIIK.MAX, llelfnst; II. II. IIOUXSKI.I,. Ltd., Ilrldport, Biitf. 72
' '"IBWBUUI IHIUi.! I MWW T -
CMS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
KIIN'G SXAtMIfiX, :
Has leceived, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon llellles, Eastern Codfish in blocks, New Cheese, Dupec Hams and
liaenn, Kegs Duller, Kegs Pork, I.ard, Baker's Whole Corn, Germea, Break,
fast Genu; Out Meal; Corn Muni; Clacked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Dressing; Durebs' Olive Oil; Lobsters: Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As.
ported Extracts; Kosu Water; Dates; Xuts; Uaisins; Pear Duller; Arrowroot
Cakes; Scheol Cuke: Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Comet and 11 muu Tea; Family Flour; Bran; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Bread; Potaio , Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
eCS Goods dclluTiil to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantccd.
B. F. DlLMKOIIAM,
President and Mmrigcr.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FORTSTHKEI', :::::: HONOLULU
Just received, c. S.S. Alameda and St. Paul, latest designs in
Silver-Plated Ware, Chandeliers & Lamps,
(20-2) Water Filters & Coolers, Cutlery, etc., etc., etc.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has Jiibt opened out a largo nnd carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CiiHlom-Mado Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all ttin Lahst
AU Uli H1U UUIUMI
U x uiiiumut i.iiuiiviuii 10 11111-11 iu
M II.. wt I n.. 1 it .. nll.nllnH la flnllnil rt
J HERBERT REEVE, M.H.S.,
Heals all diseases by PurtHcation,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physio with,
out avail would do well to adopt this
bystem. Consultation hours, 2to4r.M.
ay- Invalids on thu other Islands
visiied by special arrangement.
Ueshlcnco Hotel Street, oppositu 1.
M. C.A. 88 lm
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing At)"1''
ii Mercliant 81., HomIHo.
My most faithful attcinion will bo
given for thu
Purcliaso ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for the residents of tho
31) biivcrul Iulunds of tub group, ly
OK MOttK THAN' 10i) Yi:.MIS IMPUTATION.
I'liNtirimHNCil for I'xcollrnro of ((tiallty,
t'liHtiriiriMHi'il for llurnblllly In Wear,
I'liHiu'imNNeil for llcmity oriclciin.
Obtained ItlsbcMt Awirds, vlr. :
MKIMI.S llelfast, lsilnml 1S70; I.omlnn, IMl.lfOi
and (ISold) IKu; Paris (iolil), 1m;7; Dublin, !."
in lo.-; 1 111111111:11111111, IOiO.
Table Cloths fiom 2 to T yards In length, vrltli
Nankins to mutch.
Tliu aboMj aro uiuilo of tbo 1IKST IltlSII mill
Comtral l'lax; itiii, uou'n unit blenched In lir
1 mn 1 ; tin; patterns wienln tbo Tnbln l.liieiimn
deslKiieil by lltlsjll AllllsT.'s, u,() ium, f01- inuny
jears excelled those, of any other country.
: : :
Jas. G. Spkncku,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Ktvlns and Pattas
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n . .Iah..iI ltn. it ennlt. TnAl.an h .M .
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1 AiIuiiih Jiime.
Hats dyed ami pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Natlvo Btiaws sewed In nil tho lutMt
Lessons given In thirty-six kinds of
fancy work, witli drawing ami painting
Orders taken for nil kiudsof embroi.
NEAV YOItK LINE.
WII. OUOSSJ1AN & BltO., 77
Broad Street, N.Y., will ilea,
patch an Al vessel iu this line, on or
MA.Y lf5, 1880,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March lUth, to Insure shipment by
this opportunity, or not later limn April
0th. CA8TLB & COOKE,
MONTHLY, or longer If dc.
tired, a largo Furnisluil Cot.
tauu with 0 rooms. Bath
house and frcali water shower bntlu
Sea bathing. Situated at KiiplolauL
Paik. Mutual Telephone in tho house
Inquire of G. West, of West, Dow &;
Co. 73 tj
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