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THURSDAY, Al'Klh 1, 188C.
Wh bk Sea Brec.e from San t-'raiicUco
Wh schr San .loe from S:in l'raneUen
Slmr Jus I DowMill from J'iila
Schr Miinuokiiwiil from Knoluii
Schr Mary Foster from Wnlmi'u
Schr I.eahl from Huimlel
Stinr.liis I Dowsett for I'ala
Schr Canute for llllo
Schr Ehukitl for Wulahm
Sclu- Kawallanl for Koolau
Schr Ko Au Hon for Wiilmcii
Schr Henrietta for thu North
Schr Mniiuokiiwal for Kniieohu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Mary Foster for Koloa
From San KrnucNwi, per Consnclo,
March 31 Ctipt, A Htirlos anil wife,
Mrs (J IJ Chattarton. II Irwin, WTollln,
K 0 Wlnton. Mr Clnnle and 22 Chinese.
The Norwegian hark Cap, Captain
Christiansen, arrived yesterday morn
lns, OOduys from Newcastle, X S W,
with (!70 tons of coal for Wilder & Co,
and ISO tons for Maiden Maud. She
Is In the stream.
The schooner J A Hamilton airlvcd
yesterday morning, 13 days from San
The tug Eleu Is In working order
The steamer Jus Mnkcc brought 2.007
hags of sugar from Kauai yesterday
morning. Sue sailed at " o'clock yes
terday f. M. for Kaiiaa only.
Thu Calharlen sailed yesterday morn
ing for San Francr-co with ll,r8." hags
of sugar weighing 1,107,020 11)3 and
valued at $6l,(iTO.:H.
The German hark Apollo Is having
her rigging overhauled and a new inaln
topmast put up.
Thu whaler Sea Breeze, Captain Sim
mons, arrived Off port yesterday, II
days from San Francisco. No oil. Sho
sailed this morning for the Arctic.
The Consnclo U docked at Brewer's
Tho schooner Mary Foster brought
l,nu. bags, of sugar, SO bags of pla and
15 bags of peanuts from Wniuiuu this
Tho schooner Manuokawal brought
!)28 bags of lice and 60 bags of bran
this morning. Shu sails for Kancohc
Thu whaler Alliance will not come
hero as expected, but will go to tho
Tho steamer Jus I Dowsctt brought
1,400 bags of sugar from I'alu this
morning. Shu sails again to-night.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Queen's Own will drill at tho
Twenty-two Oliinainen arrived by
the Consuolo yesterday.
A new veterinary surgeon has
opened un.ofneo on King street.
At noon to-day Mr. Levey sold HfiO
bales California hay, obtaining $22.00
The Choral nnd Quintctto Club
hold a rehearsal in the Gymnasium
Mu. Lyons' regular cash salo wiih
well attended to-day, and prices good
for tho times were realized.
Col. M. Thompson is ugain an
object of editorial gratitude for u
parcel of American papers.
Tin: latest accounts of tho Stcinitz
Kukcrtort chess contest received is
Kteinit. seven and Zukurtort live.
The Post Oilico has April-fooled
lho Bulletin oflieo by presunting it
with tho March mail timc-tablo on
thu 1st of April 1
Haiku Sugar Co., Hawaiian Agri
cultural Co., C. Brewer & Co., and
Wailuku Sugar Co., arc all paying
dividends to stockholders to-day.
Mu. William Crooks, formerly a
bartender in Honolulu, is now pro
prietor of tho saloon next door to tho
Bush-street Theatre, San Francisco.
1 m -
Tin: value of merchandise import
Aid from tho Hawaiian Islands to San
Francisco in February was $0(18,03-1
third highest on thu list of all coun
tries. The Hrm of Khoads and MoKon.ie,
eurpunters and builders, has been
dissolved by mutual consent. Mr.
Khoads will carry on tho business in
The Trustees of thp Honolulu Lib
rary and Beading Koom Association
will hold their regular monthly meet
ing this uvening, at 7 ;!10. Tho Asso
ciation meets to-morrow uvening.
The natives say that Polo, the god
dess of Kilauen, is asleep and her
husband, Kumapuuu, absent; but on
his return there will bo a quarrel,
and Haleniatimau will boil witli rage.
Mu. Win. Noblu will lecture in thu
Y. M. C. A. Hall, at 7:30 this uven
ing, on "Tho Lights and Shades of
English Life." This is n subject of
wido interest, and should uttruct a
full house. Admission is free, and
nil aro cordially invited.
Meshhh. J. M. Oat & Co.'s onterpriso
yesterday gavu their subscribers a
newspaper mail four days later than
last steamer, and their courtesy
enabled thu Bulletin to gjyo tho
i'ruaiu of tho foreign news within nn
hour of tho bugs being lauded.
Tim now etllnt for rentrlotlnc Cll
neso immigration comes into cllot't
to-day. . Under its terms no Chineso
can enter tho kingdom without re
turn certilicates or passports, thu
regulation permitting 25 to land
withoutono of those documents being
Tin: Consnclo, which arrived yes
terday from San Francisco, brought
a thiiieun-ton boiler and a smoko
stack ftom Kisdon Iron Works, San
Francisco, for tho steamer Lchtia.
She also brought 150 hogs for Win
ston & Burko. Tho boiler will be
landed this afternoon.
One of thu carriages belonging to
the Fashion Stables was wrecked on
Beretania street this afternoon, by
tho horse running oil' and bringing
tho cab againsta telephone post. Thu
driver, who is partially helpless fioin
having two artificial legs, was thrown
out and his head badly cut.
Tiinm: are 18 cases on the calendar
for tho April term of lho Supremu
Com I, .ludgu MoUttlly presiding, to
open on Monday next. Six criminal
and nine divorcu cases are down,
among tho former being Thos. B.
Walker's second trial for thu Tost
Olllco burglary. A breach of pro
mise' suit will comu bufore thu foreign
Mil. Levey held his salu of opium
condemned by tho Government, at
tho Station llouso to-day. Only 372
of tho 025 tins advertised were dis
posed of, Wong Kim being tho buyer
at $1.02 per tin. The portion sold
was sent to tho Custom House, but
owing to homo technical difficulty
has been returned to thu Station
Tin: Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
havo established, for tho public con
venience, telephone stations at Jv.wa,
Waianae, and Waialua. Messages
can be sent from thesu stations to
Honolulu and from Honolulu to the
stations, by nonsubscriburs, for the
moderate chargo of 10 cents to or
from tho llrst and 25 cents to or from
cither of thu others.
Oaiiu College will closu its present
term to-morrow with appropriate ex
ercises. Proceedings will begin at
1 o'clock sharp, with a musicalu in
thu Main Hall. Then will follow u
scholastic demonstration by thu
students in thu various departments.
Tho occasion will doubtless bo ex
ceedingly interesting, well worth the
attendance of thu friends of tho col
lego and all interested in education.
A Chinaman with nothing on him
but a rather scrimp shirt caused a
sensation by going up King street
this morning. He was taken into
the Station House, where he is being
taken caro of till his friends como
after him. It appears he is thu man
who jumped oil' the verandah and
escaped from a Chineso gambling
den when raided lately by the police.
He had been in concealment since,
coining forth from his hiding place
in a half-delirious state.
Tin: address last evening, by Mr.
Win. Noble, to a largo audience, for
tho most part purely Hawaiian, was,
to all appearance, a grand success.
Ilev. 11. II. Parker interpreted. Tho
address was replete with incident
and anecdote, and was received with
rapt attention and many expressions
of applause. A more appreciative
and enthusiastic audience could not
ho desired. It was intimated that
.Mr. Noblu will speak in thu Kawaia
hao church, on Sunday evening.
CAi'TAiN McGregor, of tho schooner
Manuokawai, which arrived hero
this morning from Koolau, reports
rough weather and heavy rain-squalls
in that district. Lest Saturday tho
captain saw a largo log to windward
of this Island. It was almost twice
as long as tho schooner, and about
live feet in thickness. It was takun
for thu Domitilii at first, on account
of thu reflection of thu sun on thu
whito Biirfacu. It had every appear
ance of having been in tho water for
a short tinio only. Tho captain
could not tako it on board, and ho
did not think it would pay to tow
it to port. Tho Mormons at Lnio
havo leased 100 acres of land to a
company of eight Chinamen, who
aro about to boro two wells there and
plant rice. Tho oxtont of damages
dono to Haualui plantation during
the heavy rain, a week or so ago, is
estimated at $20,000 in the destruc
tion of Humes and cane and laying
waste of land. Ilanalei wharf was
entirely washed away, and tho river
widened somu sixty feet. Tho natives
lost inanv pigs and chickens by thu
BETHEL SOCIAL UNION.
The monthly meeting of tho Bethel
Social Union was held last evening,
Mr. T. M. Henderson, President, in
On resignation of Miss Carter,
Mrs. J. Green was elected Secretary,
The following committeps were
elected for the next 0 months:
Literary Mrs. J. Gree'u, Mr.
Arthur Peterson, Mr. A. L. Smith.
Music Mrs. E. C. Oggel, Mrs.
J. Shaw, Miss Kinnoy.
llefrcshments Mrs. E. W. I.ang
Icy, Mrs. T. M. Henderson, Mrs.
lloyt, Mrs. A. Peterson, Miss Love,
Visiting mid Invitation Mrs. B.
F. Dillingham, Mrs. T. G. Thrum,
Mrs. D. F. Peterson, Mrs. J. O.
Carter, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Angus,
Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Eborhard.
Children's Sociable Miss Lewis,
Mrs. J. II. Fisher, Mr. J. E. Bid
well, Mr. J. Shaw.
I'loral.Mra, If, A. Vnrroolao,
Mrs. A. Peterson, Mrs. AIjIob, Miss
Cninpbell, Miss Kinney, Miss M.
Carter, Miss Lowers, Miss Ilioknell,
Miss Thompson, Miss Lucas, Miss
THE MADRAS CASE.
In the calendar of cases to bo
tried in the April term of tho Su
premo Court, is one filed by Mr.
ThcophiliH II. Davies, on behalf of
John Chapman, Mountjoy l'earse,
Joseph W. Morgan, Henry Gotto,
George Y. Blair, Theodore O. Taylor
anil Herbert A. Harris, owners of
the British steamship Madras,
against the Hawaiian Government
for trespass. The claim is for
835,150.39 as per bill of particulars
filed, viz. :
Loss for detention 3 days... 811,130 02
Subsistence of 73U men 10,(;i!(l 80
Four bouts of fresh water. . . . 300 00
704 tons coal for condensing
water 1,073 23
Interest on above 2 years 0
mouths it,!"3 72
Tho case is docketed as one to be
tried by a mixed jury, and the pro
ceedings will form an important
feature in the history of Hawaii nei.
lions. S. B. Dole nnd L. A. Thurs
ton for plaintiffs, tho Attorney-General
for tho Hawaiian Government.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
Wednesday, Marcli 31st.
Before Judd, C. J., MeCully, J.,
and Preston, J. In re estate of His
late Majesty Lunalilo, deceased.
Hearing on tho fourteenth account
of the Trustees of the estate and for
appointment of a new Trustee in
place of W. O. Smith, Esq., now of
San Francisco, who lias resigned on
account of continued absence from
the Kingdom. lions. S. B. Dole and
W. C. Parke were present. Mr.
Dole filed the Master's report on the
account and asked to have the same
confirmed. Tho Master, after veri
fying said account and vouchers,
reported the same as correct.
Mr. Dole reported a change in the
management of thu Home. Captain
II. S. Swinton haying resigned, Mr.
W. E. II. Devcrill was appointed
Manager. Under his management
the Trustees hope to bo able to give
a good account of the Home in their
Mr. Dole nominated the lion. W.
C. Parke as trusteo to fill the
vacancy caused bv the resignation
of W. O. Smith, Esq. The Hon.
gentleman was thereupon appointed,
his commission to date from April
1, 1880. Tho present Board of
Trustees is as follows : Hon. S. B.
Dole, Hon. W. C. Parke anil Miss
Mary Parker. The newly appointed
trustee was required to file his ac
ceptance of the trust and n bond" in
the sum of $10,000.
The Trustees' accounts for the
year ending July 31, 1885, aro as
Cash on hand per last account
... $15,177 24
Kecelveu principal of moneys
Income, viz: In
loans 812,023 0J
Bents 0.-i2 00
Salu of lauds and fisheries....
Sale of poultry, eggs, etc., at
Money loaned during thu year
Purchase of Wnlalacnul....
Illuming expenses of Home
Improvements to Home.. ..
Taxes and other expenses of
Commission of the Trustees
The total amount of monoys
loaned as per inventory of July 31,
1885, is $150,399.19. The only
lame real properties of tho estate
now are the Knalaca lands, on this
island, lease of which expires in
1891, and the Waichu lands on
Maui, lease expiring in 1888. There
are other lauds of the estate in
Manoa and elsewhere. Tho will au
thorizes the reduction of all realty
Before MeCully, J. John Phil
lips vs. Frectli & Peacock. Libel in
Admiralty. In this case libellant
claims of libelees, as owners, the
amount of 8227 for wages as Captain
of the brig Allio Kowe. Libelees
answer and say that they were not
tho owners of said brig, but simply
acted as agents of said vessel, and
deny that said libellant was em
ployed by them. Proofs having
been gono into nnd counsel heard,
the Court reserved it3 decision. W.
A. Whiting and Charles Crclghton
for libellant, F. M, Hatch for
Vkdnk31uy, March 31st.
Alfred Ityan anil J. Bob, drunk
enness, 8i each.
Kuliikuowa, truancy from Kiui
luakapili school, coniinittuil to Re
formatory School for two years.
Tiiimsday, April 1st.
Kahlua, drunkenness, 80.
Kong Fan Clicong Co. vs. Kong
1'ook, assumpsit for $20.10. Judg
ment for plaintiff, including costs,
Francisco, March 18,
Two elderly men, under tho guise
of Mormon missionaries, visited four
counties in Pennsylvania recently.
They succeeded in inducing seven
young women, daughters of respect
able farmers, to embrace the Mor
mon faith and go along with them.
Thu women never got beyond New
York, the men being agents for dis
orderly houses there. Four of them
returned to their homes, but three
remained in New York.
Lieutenant A. W. Greeley, the
Arctic explorer, submitted to a
severe surgical operation, in Wash
ington, March 13th. It consisted
of severing the nerves and separating
the flesh nnd muscles from thu base
of the spinu. It is hoped that the
operation will destroy tho actitu
neuralgia from which lie lias been a
constant sufferer since his return
from the polar regions. Should it
fail to have tho desired effect, he
will be compelled ' to undergo the
searing of tho spine with a red-hot
iron, an operation similar to that
which Clara Morris underwent in
Paris a few years ago.
Ttieru aro rumors of a change in
the management of the New York
Herald. J. W. Mackay lias u
mortgage on the property, and John
Hussell Young is anxious to secure
the editorial ciiaige. Both these
gentlemen sailed for Europe, Marcli
13, it was thought to hold a confer
ence with James Gordon Bennett on
John Egcder, an employee of the
National Tube Works, McKccspott,
Pa., was shot and killed by tho dis
charge of a gun "supposed to be
unloaded," at tho lehearsal of a
drama to have been given by the
Turner Literary Society.
At Toledo, Ohio, 1-.-I5 a. m.
March 15, the boilers of the linseed
oil mills of Vnrney, Taylor & Co.
exploded, causing a total loss of
buildings and machinery by concus
sion and fire.
Grand Master Workman Powderly
and two members of the Executive
Board of tho Knights of Labor are
investigating tho recent strike of
cigar-makers in New York.
There is great excitement in
Arispc and Magdalcna, Arizona,
caused by the discovery of rich
placer diggings in the mountains
three leagues fiom Cananea, on the
northeastern tributaries of the bo
nora river, in tho Magdalcna moun
tains. The placers arc said to bo
quite extensive and very rich in
coarse gold, pieces being found as
large as a grain of corn. The num
ber of Apaches in tho neighborhood
has checked the rush to the new
diggings. Still several strong par
ties have gono from Magdalcna and
In tlic parade of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians in Pittsburg,
Pa., on St. Patrick's Day, an orange
and green banner was carried ns a
symbol of the unit' of Ireland.
Fully 15,000 men were in line and
the best of order prevailed.
Utah affairs arc in a deadlock,
owing to the Territorial Legislature
having adjourned without making
appropriations for the government
of the Territory and to repay the
debts duo to the United States for
the support of tho Federal Courts.
It is stated that the only way out of
the dilllcult is for Congress to re
peal tho Act organizing the Terri
tory and to set over the country a
quasi military government, just as
if it were conquered territory.
TJt AXH ATI, AXT1 C.
Tlio latest "campaign" in London
is against kissing games, that aro
declared to bo rifo in Sunday school
gatherings, Bands of Hope and
Good Templnr lodges.
Justin McCarthy has had an in
terview with Cliuinberlain, finding
him not so set against home rule for
Ireland as some people imagine.
"Ho seemed still to hope to satisfy
the national desiro by doing for tlio
Irish people all that they would do
for themselves if they had a Na
tional Parliament. If ho could be
convinced that ho is mistaken in this
idea, ho would probably not resist
any proposal for a scheme for home
rulo acceptable- to the Irish party
and thu Irish people."
In tlio new French budget, besides
tlio sexennial loan, which will be
sulllcicnt for tlio conversion of 382,
000,000 francs of the limiting debt,
the tax on alcohol lias been raised
from 150 to 215 francs. This ad
vnnco will increase the revenue
The Cabinet Council lias approved
tho budget for 1887 and it will bo
submitted to tlio Chamber on Tues
day. Tlio principal features aro tlio
extinction of extra estimates and
the incorporation of an estimato for
tlio departments of colonics and
public works, tho conversion of
short-date obligations into 3J per
cent perpetual rentes and the re
dumption of a largo portion of tlio
tloating debt. A revision of tlio
duties on beverages is proposed.
The retail tax is abolished and tlio
tax ou alcoholic liquors is increased.
11. F. Pii.UKoii.Uf.
President umt Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, NiirrcnnorM to IHIlliiRlinin A. Co, nntl Hnmuel Xott.
x GOOD IVIGMT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
CMS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
KING STREET, : : : : Honolulu
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon Bellies, KnMern CodilMi in Mockn, New Cheese, Dupcu Hams nnd
Ilucon, Kegs Butter, Kegs I'ork. Lard, Hiker's Whole Corn, Ocrmeu, Break,
fust Germ; Out Mcnl; Corn Mciu; Cracked AVlicnt: Uuckwlicnt; Flour; Bnlad
Drcssditf;; Durubt' Olive Oil; Lobster; Oysters; Sweet nud Sour Pickles; As
sorted Extracts; Ilosu Water; Dates; Nuts; Itiilslna; Pearllutlcr; Arrowroot
Cakes; School (,'alu-s: Mixed Crackers; Cliolco .Tnpiiu. KuglUh Breakfast,
Comet mid Blossom Teas Family Flour; llrun; Orttsj Wheat; Corn; Suloou
Bread; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
C3f Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guainntecd.
71ly Telephone 119.
ATTENTION, LADIES F
G-XtJk.1ST OIMSENXEVGS- OF THE
On Saturday. March 7tli, ami following Week,
WITH A COMl'LETU ASSOKTMENT OF
Choice Millinery & Fancy Goods
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLED.
8 Motel Street,
P. O. Box il)7.
LEWIS & CO,, GROCERS,
W7 unci Oi Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Unod continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kngn Trlpc, kegs Gcrmnn Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, U lis Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Cornell Beef. For
Brcakf-t White Oats, Uermen; Breakfast Gem and Sliredcd Mai.u. Also, a
line lot of New Zealand and Portland Pcacliblow Potatoes always on huud.
Tho very hot of ISLAND BUTTEK, plenty for everybody.
Price low ami Satisfaction diuaraiitevri.
IIIKO to liifnnn tlio I.ndlcs of Honolulu nnd tlio 1'nlille gi-ncinlly tlint I havo opened mi
olllco in tlio IIKAVKIt III.OCK, Ijiiecn Mtrct, onpoHlto JletwrH. E. Hoffrclilnc'Krr A Co.,
and Invito tlicir Inspection of iny largo stock of lii-.li Linens, imported iliiuet from Jlclfuat.
consisting of tlio liillnulnc:
A Largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Cre3l8
ANo, ll'Ovlli-x, Toilet Oo ei-H, GlaxK nnd TeaClolhH, l'lllou-Mnenx, SlieetliiK", I'llntrd
and IMdlti I.auiiK, Ilanuihl.-, Muck and Fancy TovcIh, Huck Towelling, Unhlencln-d I)aiuak,
Ill-Ill, Ciunliilo unit llonfstltchcd IlandkctchlefK, xultalilo for ladles and centleinen'H tine.
Any Length Out.
Aim, nn Im olco rif li:i,KAST MUSLINS new patterns, fast colors.
w. o. i?:rotj:l.:l,
Airent for tho YOUK ST. VI.aX Bl'O. CO., Ltd.' llelfat; J. 8. IIIIOWX A SONS, Ilclfast; T. A O.
A. WOllKMAN, llelfHNt; II. K. IIOU.NbKLL. I.td.,llildport, Entf. K
Tlio budget does not provide for tho
conversion of the 3 or -U percent
The New York World's Berlin
correspondent says that Count Ma
tusclika Von Toppolcza nnd his ac
complices have been found guilty and
sentenced to various terms of im
prisonment for fraudulent bank
ruptcy. A growth of opinion in favor of
bimetallism is noted in England,
wlicro it is said signs are accumu
lating that pound notes based on
silver will shortly bo issued.
"Gynephobia" is tlio name of a
now disease, shyness of tho fair sex.
It is very prevalent in California.
Alia Cal. And epidemic- in tlio
Some surprise lias been expressed
that tlio late Mr. John 11. Gough
should havo left an cstato of only
$75,000 after so many years of suc
cessful lecturing. A friend of tlio
great temperance advocate explains
matters by a reference to Mr.
Gough's travelling cxpunscs, his
habit of lecturing for the bcnellt of
charities, and his singular generosity
of disposition. "Men of his tempera
ment," ho says, "do not hoard
money." "The rare good health
which Mr. Gough enjoyed," ho adds,
"and tho enviable easiness of ids
dcatli, aro perhaps tlio most cogent
arguments ho over adduced In favor
Jab. O. Sr-KNOKn,
Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Next door to JLcwIm 8fc Co.
OK MOItE TIIAV 100 YKAI.S KEl'UTATIOX.
IIiiHiirptiMNod for Kxccllenro of Ounllty.
ITiiNiirnnHHi'tl for Durability In Wear,
UnHurpuMMcd for llcnuty of DeMlguw,
Olitnlnt-d IllglicHt AtvnrtlH, vis:
MKDAr.S Uelfat-t, 1811 and 1870; London, 1831,
and (Gold) lbTI); I'ariM (Gold), 1607; Dublin,
and lbT'J; l'lillmlelplilu, luTtl.
Tulilo Clotlis fioni'J to 7 yaulH In length, ultu
NapkiiiH to match.
Tim alioMi mo inado of tlio 1IKST IltlSII and
CouHial Flax; puti, woven and bleaclicd in Ire
land; tlio patterim vonu In tlio Tallin I.lnen aro
doslKiH'cl ly HUSH AllTlhTb, who Havo for many
excelled those of uny other country.
Damask to order for very low
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG I'EACOOK (male), tall
very nhort. nnd very htllu icatlicre
on neck. Tho under will bu rewarded
nn rctuniiiiL' the same to
77 tf A. FKUNANDEZ, King Street.
Wailuku Sugar Comnmiy
A DIVIDEND ot Two Dollars per
Share on the Stock of tlio Wai
luku Suar Co. will be paid to stock
holders on Thursday, April 1st, ut thu
olllco of C. Brewer & Co.
P. 0. JONES,
00 -It Treasurer.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Pnlama, near Mr. J, I.
Dowsutt's residence, thnt de
cant CoUiicu hitherto occu.
iled liy tlio owner, John Kolicllo, with
lino uowcr ami iruii garden, Binuics,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect
ed with thu grounds. Apply to
84 Im UYMAN BHOS., Queen St.
K. O. Hull & Son,
Intr-r.lKland S. N. Co.,
Haw'u Agricultural Co.,
Wlliler's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
L. A. THU118TQN, Stock lirokei. , -4!
33 Mcrokaut Street.
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