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MONDAY, MAKCHI 2!), 1880.
Stmr Lehua f i oiu llnmnUiui
Stmr .Ins I DowmjII from Maul
Bktne DNcovcry from San FiaucUvo
Stinr Kliiiiu fioin WluiHwud Pints
Stmr Iwulani f i out Kau.il
Sclir Llhollho fioin Kuiiiil
Si'hr Wiillelo from Maul
Sehrlleela fioui Koolait
Sohr Ku An Hon fioin Hawaii
Stuir Wnlimiiialo from Wtilinaiialo
Hktuc.l A Falkeiibctir from Newcastle,
X S W
Am sclir llciiiluttafiom San I'rnneUeo
Sclir Leahl from Haualel
.Stnir Likeliko for ICalmliii
Stinr Mokulll for Molokul
Stinr Ihs I Dowsclt for P.ila
Sclir Malolo for Laupalinehoc
Sclir Waliiialii for lloiionin
Sclir Wnleliu for Kanal
Sclir Bob Hoy for Koolan
Sclir Nettle Mori 111 for Lalialna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Tern W S llov;iu for San Francisco
Stmr Klnan for Windward Port
Stmr W G Hall for Wlndwaid Foits
Stmr Iwalanl for Kanal
Stmr I.i'lnia for Haniakuu
Sclir Ilcela for ICoolau
Sclir Leahl for Haualel
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Hope, Pcnliallow
Bk Apollo, (Iroth
Jtk Clias 11 Kenny, Kahler
Bk Tycoon, Blekaley
limine North Star, Morehouse
Bktne Amelia, N'ewhall
Uktne DUi-overy, Meyer
llktne.l A I'ulkuiihcig,
Tern Henrietta, Dexter
Tern W.S Bowne, Paul
From San Francisco, per DNcovcry,
March 23 S M Campbell, T McDonald,
John Clark, Max SclilUniinur.
From Kanal, per Iwalanl, March 28
.Tiilius 11 Smith, K Commit, E llntton,
Mls Sarah Nell-on anil u'i deck.
From Wlndwaid l'oits, per Klnau,
March 27 Gov J O DoinlnW and 2 ser
vants, Hon II Kiilliclanl, Hon A S
Cleghorn, lion J L Kauhikou, lion J A
Kaiuiamano, Hon Aba Kanlla, wife and
child. J C Hummel, A D WlNon, Mis
F S Lyman. F S Lyman, .lr, Mrs E G
Hitchcock, MM E llltcheoek, B Lllllc,
KM, Mrs Mary Lewal and 2 children,
AJ'Devcrcll, wife and child, .1 Biljjht,
.1 Coorper, S Farron, F M. Swany, Lul
Nakaiiiura, Tlico II Davie and on, V
II Cuiunilngs, W II Daniel, A II
Smith, Dr Sheldon. T GTIiiuin, llujrli
Giinii and wife, C L Wight and 142
The steamer Klnau brought 7,011!)
bags of sugar, 0 horse;!, 20 dry hide,
2 lulls of sheep skins and 110 pkgs of
The steamer I.ehua brought a, 100
bans of sugar Saturday and the Dowsett
The steamer Iwalanl brought, yes
tciday, 3,441 bags of sugar, 'M bag of
rice, l'J head of cattle mid 20 hides.
The llimii il now loading at Hllo, Ha
waii, will sail for San Francisco about
The British bark Tycoon, Captain
ltlckaley, nnlvcd Satinday afternoon,
81) days from Newcastle, N S W, with
rl". tons of coal to Wilder & Co. She
Is docked at the P M S S wharf.
The American sehooner Henrietta,
Captain Dexter, an hod this morning,
18 days from San FrancNco. She will
remain hero for a few days and after
taking lu trader's supplies will sail for
the noi th on a trading voyage.
The Hall sails to-inoirow at3 o'clock,
the Klnau at 1, and the Iwalanl and
Lehua at "i o'clock.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Y. M. C. A. lmok-keoping class at 7
o'clock thin 'evening.
The Hoyal Hawaiian Band goes
with tho King to-nionow.
Tub King leaves for Hawaii by the
Kinau, to-nionow afternoon.
Tub W. S. liownu sails for San Fran
cisco to-mono w at 0 o'clock.
Covj:hnoh Doniinis and Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn havo lutumed to tho city.
Colonel Spiuckels is a pubscnger
by tho Likeliko for Kahului, this
A HKi'OitT of Mr. Win. Nohlo's ad
dress in Foit Street Chinch, last
night, is ciowded out of this issue.
HoHSESHOES and )iccs oflead weio
fouiul in tho heart of a nionkeypod
block at tho KntcrpiibO Mills, this
JIu. and Mrs. LobO had a dancing
imrtv at their lcsidenco, Satinday
night, in commemoration
"Tin: life of Hawaii" is thy subject
of a lecture to bo delivered this even
ing, at Kauniakapili Clnnch, by Air.
Mehhuh. K. I'. Adams & Co. will
hell household furnituio at tho icm
deheo of Mr. E. F. Lyman, corner of
Merchant and Alakea stieets, to-nior-iow
morning at 10 o'clock.
A hkin in Chinatown hears tho
capital sentence, "Hang Wo Tailor."
J'lolmbly oiio of his customers who
has had a misfit wjll ho tho execu
tioner of this doomed tailor.
Coi.leo'IOUH of riuoold books have
nchaneo olleied them inauadvoitibo
inent, to proouio a copy of tho origi
nal feocond edition of Gulliver's
Tnvvola, J727, corrected by tho author,
A i.Atior. boiler for healing water,
and a Httllleicjit number of bath, tubs
for all tho inmates, aro to ho fur
nished to tho Kakaako settlement.
Tho boiler is to supply water for
medicated hot baths.
A KKcr.t'Tio.v will bo given to Mrs.
Mills this ovening at 7:110 o'clock, at
Oalin College. The former pupils of
Mis. Mills, her personal friends, and
everybody interested in tho College
work are" expected to attend without
any foinutl invitation.
Tin: pietty and artistic display of
the Ladies' liaaur, at its opening on
Saturday, was much admired by
many ladies. Samples of embroidery,
liiep, Ac, the workmanship of Miss
liurko's pupils, on exhibition in Miss
Koike's department, were especially
A note from Mr.
says that Mr. Millis
Ittku and l'niii to
and that they will
J. K. Wiseman
played at Wai
take the Kinau
this week for Hawaii. Mr. Millis
may ictuiii to Honolulu by the Ki
nau Saturday, and will probably
entertain Onliu folks again at the
l.v Oat's window is a lnigo apple
laiscd at Capt. Uiibcock's residence,
Kulaokiihtia. If it tastes as good as
it looks, the captain has cllected a
poniologieul triumph. Mr. Julm
Kobello has grown some large apples
in his garden at l'alama, which aro
said to have had a flavor equal to
that of a foieign-grown apple of the
TiiEtu Majesties this morning en
tertained at breakfast, in Iolani 1'nl
ace, .luilgu Holl'mmi and Col. Clans
Spieekels, Mis. and Miss Spreekels.
Besides the guests of the occasion
and Their Majesties, there weie pre
sent II. It. II. 1'iiiicess Liliuokalani,
His Kx. Gov. Dominis, His Ex. l'aul
Neumann and Mrs. Is'euinann, Mr.
W. G. Iiwin, and Miss Irwin.
Mi:. W. K. Castle on Saturday
afternoon gin o the lawn party, pi e
viously announcud in this paper, at
bis iesideuce, Kinau street, in honor
of Mis Hathaway, a lelativc of Mrs.
Castle, and Miss Herriek, now visit
ing tho city. About feisty guests
weio picsont, enjoying themselves
most heaitily with lawn tennis, cro
quet and other fcocial diversions.
Captain Kibling, of tho schooner
Waiuhu, repoits tho bchooner Jlanu
okawai, McGregor master, having
left Haualei, Kauai, last week, and
after drifting to the northward mhiici
2.")0 miles, lost his bearings. Ho is
said to have been wrong in his dcad
icckoning, and would probably havo
gone further astray had ho not met
another vessel and received the cor
Mit. Julius Smith, Superintendent
of public works, in a tour of inspec
tion just made on Kauai, found that
tho leccnt storm had washcJ away
boveral of the smaller biidges on that
island. Tho water had liscnafoot
and a half above tho floor of the
Kil.iue.i bridge, which is unpiece
dentcd, as lesidents of the locality
s.iy the water never previously
lunched tho timbers of tho bridge.
AnouT-1 o'clock Saturday morning
last, residents of Liliha street near
King, weio aroused by the words
"haul in !" On inquiry, it was found
that a milk collector (thief) was col
lecting tins of milk from gates, and
had alieady !! tins in his possession.
The thief, on hearing the shout, lied
fiom tho duty that lie was engaged
in, anil in his flight dropped tho tins
0110 after another, leaving the last
one at tho bottom of the street, whero
he was last seen turning his hasty
footsteps towards l'alama.
The Imrkcntino Discovery, which
arrived yesterday, 17 days from San
Francisco, brought 110 pigs for J.
llurko and E. C. Winston, and 18
mules and 12 horses for E. It. Miles.
Tho Discovery had somo pretty
rough weather on her way down.
Sho left San Francisco March 11th,
with a fresh W.N.W. to N.W. breeze.
Received strong N.E. trades in lati
tude 2!) degrees N., but lost them in
a few days. March 1!) in Lat. 25
degrees N., Lon. MS degrees W., got
stiong variable winds, with heavy
squalls, during which her head gear
was carried away, as was also her Hy
ing jibboom. Her gallant-mast and
the topinasthead weio taken over
boaid. Her sails were badly, torn,
and as sho outeicd tho limbor yester
day with no fore-top.mast and her
ya'ids hanging parallel with tho ic-
munuii'' portion 01 tue mast, sue
looked as though struck by a
Dit. Flints Heart Remedy is a
specific for all forms of Hcait
disease, for diseases of Kidneys and
Ciioiilation. Dcbciiptivo hook with
every bottle, llenson Smith & Co.,
The Hoyal Hawaiian Hand will
play at Emma Square at 7:110
o'clock this evening. I'oitowing is
Overture Joan of Aro Veidl
Walt My Friend Gassncr
Cornet l'olka Calbailcn. Mlchlels
KeniinUcences of llalfo Godfrey
Selection Gi and Mogul Audran
Walt. Sen Saw Crow 0
Gavotte Thu Stars Eaton
l'olka You and I Faust
" LATEST FROM THE VOLCANO.
Mr. Thcotloro Suvcrin, photo
Riajilicr, wiltesas follons from the
Volcano House, March 25th, giving
particulars of changes in tho crater
since the visit of our representa
tive: After paying a visit to the sulphur
hanks in company witli Mr. Thrum
early on Tuesday morning, where I
made scveial line vicw of sulphur
and ferns, I again returned to Vol
cano House, where I left Mr. Thrum,
as ho was suffering from a sevcio
cold contracted the previous day. 1
again resumed my journey, but this
time with a native guide m the
direction of Kilauea lki, which is
situated about one mile southeast
from Volcano House. The patli
there is very good, leading through
dense forrests of ohias and ferns.
When I arrived there I made several
views of the crater. It was 1113' in
tention to descend into the crater,
but my guide refused to accompany
me, therefore I had to give it up.
Upon returning to Volcano House I
discovered a new llssure over the
path we just an hour previous
walked. 1 did not see the opening
when going to the crater. It was
four feet across and impossible to
see bottom. I followed the lissuie,
which commenced at the east high'
wall of the Kilauea crater, about
one-half mile from Volcano House
running in a northerly direction for
one-quarter mile, thence in a south
erly course for one-half mile,
thereby connecting with the extinct
crater of Kilauea Jki. It is my
opinion that the next earthquake
will cave in all tho ground bounded
by this fissure and Kilauea lki.
On the 21th I made a descent
into tho very bottom of the New
Lake. When I was about halfway
down my guide refused to accom
pany me further; consequently I
went alone, but I shall never, as
long as I live, forget my experience
while down there, with the walls
caving in and huge boulders and
locks falling all about me. It was
something more than I bargained
for. I did not discover any heat
down there, although steam was
arising from several places.
1 went again to-day (25th) to the
New Lake, but was satisfied at
viewing it from tho bank. I noticed
that, while yesterday the floating
island was in the same position as
when the lava left it, it had entirely
disappeared to-day, also all tho
ground that we went over on our
lirst day hero has disappeared, prov
ing that the caving in has not en
tirely ceased. I descended 500 feet
into Ilalemaumau, but could not go
down further, as the walls were too
steep. I could not sec bottom.
Otherwise nothing new, only that I
found lire in several new places.
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS.
Yesterday the quarterly exhibi
tions of Sunday Schools were held
at Kawaiahao and Kauniakapili
churches. The one at the former
place was one of the best ever held
since the practice was initiated there
in 180'J. Mr. W. IL Castle, super
intendent of the schools connected
with Kawaiahao congregation, pre
sided, and tho schools paiticipating
were Waikiki, Moiliili, Manoa, Ma
kiki, Maunakiekie, Kakaako, Hooulu
Lahui, and Kulakahuna. The head
school of Kawaiahao church aided
by the girls giving a recitation in
English of tho Golden Text and
singing several songs. Mr. Berger,
bandmaster, led the singing on the
organ, assisted by eight of his band
boys on other instruments, and the
musical exercises were, therefore,
magnificent, each of four Sunday
school hyius to so grand nn accom
paniment being described as a
"ringing success." Tluoughout the
whole programme, which was a
lengthy one, all the schools dis
played rcmaikablc proficiency. No
less than four or live original songs
wero sung, composed by natives
connected with tho schools. Prin
cess Liliuokalani was present nt tho
exhibition ; also Mr. Colling, super
intendent of a large Sunday school
in Oakland, Cal. This gentleman,
in a brief address, stated that he
had been engaged in Sunday school
work for twenty years, during which
timo lie had witnessed many cognato
gatherings, but had never seen a
Sunday school exhibition come off
so thoroughly successful as tins one.
Mr. Castle had the great pleasure of
announcing that Princess Liliuoka
lani would give a special prize at the
annual exhibition in June, to the
best class that had not hitheito car
ried off a trophy ; also that Princess
Kaiulanl would give a prize open to
competition by all classes.' These
exhibitions aro proving to be very
advantageous in exciting emulation
among tho several Sunday schools,
in the acquirement of Sciiptural
knowledge and tho development of
recitativo and musical talent.
The exhibition at the Kauniakapili
church wuso a splendid success,
being tho best held in a long time.
Ten schools, presided over by Mr.
A. L. Smith, supeiiutendcnt, joined
in the exercises of tho occasion,
namely, Kahoohiki, I'auoa, Waika
lialulu, Kikihale, Kapalama, Holo
kahana, Macinae, Kapuukolo, Kau
niakapili and Kaakopua. Tho house
was thronged with visitors, among
the Indies present being Mrs. J. D.
" I (
"Dickson and'Mrs. S. M. Damon, of
Honolulu, and Mrs. Mills and Mrs.
Dorinaii, of California. All tho cx
etcises were gone through with in
even more than the usual excellent
manner. Especially was tho singing
good, showing evidence of long ami
careful preparation. There was also
great pioflcicncy exhibited in tho
recitative questions and responses,
five addresses of this sort by boj's
being particularly praiseworthy.
Each class had Its own leader for
both singing and recitation. Every
thing pased off nicely, the exhibi
tion being a credit to tho masterly
direction of Mr. Smith, as well as
to the talent and industry of the
BIG PRICE FOR A HEREFORD BULL.
One of the most notable transac
tions which lias yet characterized
the breeding of Hereford cattle in
America is the sale of the celebrated
bull. The Grove IN (5,951), for
S7,U(IU. This son of Old Horace
(11,877) was purchased in England
by Mr. Culbcrtson of Hereford Park,
Chicago, and has now been sold for
the above sum to Adams Earl of
Lafayette, Ind. S. K. Bulletin.
A curious and notewoithy state
ment has been published in regard
to the great river Euphrates. It
appears that this ancient liver is in
danger of disappearing altogether.
Of lato years the banks below Haby
lon have been giving way so that
the stream spread out into a marsh
until steamers could not pass, and
only .1 nairow channel remained for
native boats. Now this passage is
becoming obliterated, with the pro
bable result that the famous river
will be swallowed up by the desert.
Chicago Living Chinch.
The University press of Oxford
has facilities for printing in 150 lan
guages and dialects.
An Ohio hog recently threw a
train of cars from the track. The
pen is mightier than the locomotive.
Burlington Free Press.
A Promising Amateur Featlicrly
(who is studying for a private thea
trical entertainment): What does
"exit" mean, Charley? Charley
It is a Latin word, and means that
you aio to withdraw from the stage.
Fcatherly O, I sco ; but wouldn't
it be better if I were to say, lI with
draw fioin the stage?' Some of tho
audience may not understand Latin.
Quaker Conversation : Landlord
(to old Philadelphia!!) I will make
the rent for the coning year SU0 a
month, Mr. Pcnn. Old Philadcl
phian But I have always paid you
835. Landlord Yes, but I can
afford to make a reduction of S5 a
mouth to so good a tenant. Old
Philadelphia!! (shaking his head)
I am sorry, but in that case I shall
have to move. I've always been ac
customed to pay 35, and 1 wouldn't
like to make 11113 change.
A rumor is gaining currency that
the Queen, immediately after the
celebration of her jubilee, in 1887,
will voluntarily step down from the
throne and yield her place to the
Prince of Wales. But the ill-natured
say that though it might he possible
to persuade Her Majesty to retiic
on full pay, nothing short of that
will do ; ami it is not 10 bo expected
that the nation will ever consent to
pay two full salaries to give forty
shillings for one Sovereign. The
W. S. LUCE,
Wiie & Spirit Merchant,
OnmiilieU'M llloch, : Mcrolinnt Hi.
Has opened and keeps 011 bnnd, nil
Ales, fines & Spits,
which he oilers to thu Tnulu at as low
figures us they can be had chewhiru in
tho city; and will shortly iccclve wieral
hltliorto unknown to tho Island Trade.
Special Attention to Island Orderr.
riMIE undcrtlgned having been ap.
1 pointed an Assignee of thu Eitulu
of E. 0. ltowo of Honolulu, Oaliu, n
Bankrupt, all persons indebted to said
catuto uro hereby notified to nay tho
same immediately to thu undersigned.
IJOlw W. 0. PAHKE, Assignee.
r. ATTENTION, LADIES !
oorv.:tv:d oii3ivjivg- of the
Oh Saturday. II arch H7ih, and folio vtlng Week,
WITH A COMl'LETE ASSORTMENT OP
OF THU VLHY LATEbT STYLL3.
H Hotel Street,
p. o. box 'An.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
or iumI Ot Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Sauer Kraut, kens Hoi
Innil IIcrrliiKN kes Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed l'lckleg, kits
biiliiiiin Ik'lllos, kiln .Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
llieakfast While Out, Ucrnica; Breakfast Gem ami Slirciled Mnizc. Also, a
line lot of Now Zealand and Portland I'cachblow Potatoes always ou lmnd.
The very bust of ISLAND llUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
2S3 Ti-ires low and SatlNlaetion Guaranteed.
B. F. UlM.INIIIIAM,
1'rusldcnt and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company
Limited, Khiti'mhoi-h o lllllitKlinm 4 Co, nml Haniucl XoU.
GOOD TVIH3LrJ? "
Recommonded by the New York Board of Underwriters.
IllKO to lnf.il in tlip l:iill' of Honolulu nnrt tho l'lilillo L-cnornllv tlmt 1 li
i '.""V." '!'i 'O lli:.Vi:il III.OCK, (Mien Street. oipoHltoMri."ri. K. IInffc
"onViVuMK r Vi,o flnumiiiK:' '"y 1mko b,ock ot frlsh Uncl"' "l"ca "
A largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's "Woll-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
C TRADE J
Monograms and Crests insortod in Damask to order for very low rates.
ANo, D'Ojllet, Toilet CncrM, CHasm ami Ten Cloths, rillov.' I.liienn, Mieotlnu. l'rlntrd
and riiiln I.ihwih, IIiiiiiiihI., I luck mid Fnncy Towels, Huck Tow elliiiK. Unbleiielied Ilimniok
Drllln, Ciiinbiiu ami Huuntltched Handkerchiefs, tmltnblo for ludles and feiitlcmcn'H use.
Any Length Out.
Aim, mi I in ok u of IIEI.KAST MUM.INS new vmttcriiH, fust colors.
CHAS. EUSTACE, GROCER,
Has reculveil, pur Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Sonelcss Codfish,
Kits Salmon Itellics, Lastcrn CocliUh in blocks), New Cheese, Dupce HainB and
Huron, Koe.- Huttci, Kegs Pork, Lard, Baker's Whole. Corn, Qcrmea, Break.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn ileal; Cracked Wheat; Uuckwhcnt; Flour; Salad
Drclnc: DuriV OllvuOil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Tickles; As.
ported EuiuctK; llo-iu Water; Dates; Nuts; llalsins; Pear Butter; Anowroot
Cake'; School Cakes; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breukfast,
Comet and Blossom Tea-; Family Flour; Bran; Outs; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Hreud; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene. Oil, etc., etc.
COT Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantocd.
27111 Telephone 119.
LADIES, ATTENTION I
The Ladies7 Bazaar
wim, opi:n on
SiATURDAY, Mni ttrtli,
WITH A cuoici: STOCK op
at 08 Holiil Strct, next door to
Lewis it Co
Miss A. M. Burke
has churgo of tho Millinery Depart
A SPECIAL Mectinc of tho Share
holders of tho Deutscher Vercln
will bo held at tho ofllco of Messrs. II.
llackfeld & Co., on WEDNESDAY,
March ill, 18SC, nt 2 p.m. Full alien,
dance Is requested. Buaiuesof Impor
tance. II. 1UEMKNSUI1NEIDEH,
79 2w Sec'y Dentfcher Vereln.
J HERBERT REEVE, M.H.S..
. Hydropathic Physician,
Heals nil diseases by Purification,
Chronio Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using physio with.
out avail would do well to adopt this
system. Consultation hours, 2 to 4 p.m.
t3 Invalids on thu other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
lleslueiico lioiei oireci, oppusiiu i.
M. 0. A. h Q8 1m
1 I Mil
Xext door to JLcwIk A. Co.
.lAH. O. Rpttvritn
Bocrctary and Treasurer.
nvo nupnrfl nn
UI.UUI. iiuui JHMIUM,
MOItK THAN 100 YEAItS IlI.l'UTATION.
UiiMiii-iiiHMcd rbr Kxrellrnrn or 4(nallty.
IIiiHiiriaHN-il for Durability In Wear,
UiiHiiriiiiHHcd for llcanty oriCcMlgiiH,
Obtained HlcIicHt AnardH, viz:
MEDALS Ilelfnst. 1W1 nml 1S70; London, .Ml. INK
"'"! JJiV1'!?. If70.' .,',.,r.lH ,(!01). 1W; Dublin, IKS
ami 1S7J; I'lilliululplilu, IbTU.
Tiiblo Cloths from 2 to 7 yards lu length. llu
.MipMim tu mutch.
Thu iibmu aro mndo of the 11KST Iltlbll and
Courtrul Huxj Hiun, woven and bleached hi Ire
land; tho luittci iih wowii In the, Tablo Linen aro
leHlKued by lltlMI AUTISTS, who lmvo for uiuny
j ears excelled those, of any other country.
At the resldcncu of Mr. E. F. Lymnn,
No. fiO Merchant Street, comer
of Alnkca Street,
On TUESDAY, Mar. 30th,
nt 10 a.m., 111 bo sold, the
4 Bedroom Sets, 2 Single Beds,
Spring Mattrasses, 0 Mosquito Nets,
Pillows, etc., Centro Table, Corner
Brackets, Chairs and Dining Tablo,
Door Mats, Cartoons, Books, Coal Oil,
Stove and Kitchen Furniture,
Crockery and Glass, Bath Tub,
Verandah Chairs, Lamps, etc.
E. I ADAMS & Co.,
85 It Auctioneers.
Haw'nCarnnfroManf'gCo., fj& 00 100
E. O. Hall & Son, 70 100
Intcr-lsland S. N. Co., I00 100
Hell Telephone, 33 10
Hav'n AgrlculturallCo., U0 100
Wilder's Steamship Co., 07 100
C. Brewer fc Co., 100 100,
Ualawu, TO 100
Wood'uwn Dairy, OS 103
Wuiluku Sugar Co., 90 100
Walmanalo, 155 10
Star Mill, 425 bqo'
KeclprocityJSugarCo., 80 1W
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokei.
33, Merchant Street. Ittt ly