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mu gHa gtaUjeUfl.
SATURDAY, APRIL .1, 1880.
Stmr Klnait from Windward Ports
Stmr Llkelike from Knlmliil
Stmr .Ins Makce, from Kap:i:i
Stmr Mokolll from .Molokai
Schr Manuoknwal fiom Kitncoho
Schr llulcakalu from Pcpeckco
llk llopo for Port Towti'eud
llktnu Amelia for San Francl-co
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for tho Volcano and Wind
ward Porta at 4 l st
Stmr Llkcllkc fur Knlmlul and liana at
: 1- m
Stmr Mokolll for .Molokal
Stmr J lis I Dowsett for Pala
Schr llnlcnkala for Pepeekeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jlk Cap, Cln-Mlan-on
Ilk Elslnoru, .Junks
Ilk Hope, l'enhallow
Ilk Apollo, Uroth
Ilk Chas II Kumiy, Kahlcr
Ilk Tycoon, Rlekasby
IJgtuo Xorth Star, Morehouse
Ugtno Conuelo. Couilus
llktnu Amelia, Nuwhnll
llktnu Discovery, Meyer
llktne .1 A Fulkenbeig, Cllnger
Tern Henrlutta, Dexter .
Sclir J A Hamilton,
From Windward Ports, per Klnau,
April !1 W II Grossman, T P Severln,
Lit Mead and wife, Mrs 11 A Huberts,
O II Niinmjti, .1 11 Scovllle, 0 11 Seovllle.
J M Horner, U Y Aioua, K I.vcan, Geo
Koss, Mrs II Porter and child, V 11
Slilpman, .1 O Carter, W Y Horner, Jr,
H Lewis, .1 Furlong, C G Webb, Father
I.eonor and boy, Mrs ICahalkapmia
and child, K Horner, A Horner, W (
Lucas, Mrs O 11 WelN, .1 Kllngeraud
wife, Kev II Whallev, .1 E WUeman, F
AVM111N, Mr Itedway, Mr Burke, lion
U 11 KlchtuiUoii, .1 D Martin, W H
Coruwell, W Y Horner, S M Sylva, I) It
Vlda. MNs O A Frlnkler, Mrs Dean, 2
children and hcrvnnt, O 15 Makee, wife,
'2 children and servant, and ill deck.
From Knlmlul and by ports, per Ll
kellko, April 3 Mrs A Unnn, MHs
Unna, O llrown, S Sellg. Mrs S G Wil
der, Mrs F Stolz, i: 11 Ualley, R Lunger,
Mr Leonard, G O Williams, Mrs Buggs
Mr and Mrs D G Eaton, G T Collin, J
11 Athcrton, Mrs Afee, Mas McComtou
and 75 deck.
The steamer Klnau brought 8,000 bags
of sugar, 1 hoic, -15 hides, 720 goat
skins and 10 pkgs of sundries.
The steamer Llkelike biought 4,'.114
bags of sugar. She sails on Monday at
r r. .m.
The schooner Manuokawnl brought
CO!) bags of sugar from Kaucohe this
Thero being a dead calm this morn
ing tho schooner Manuokawal was
towed lu from Diamond Head.
The steamer G It Bishop was hauled
onto the Marine Railway this morning.
Tho steamer Jus Makeo brought 2,750
bags of sugar from Kapaa thU inoriilng.
The steamer Mokolll brought 24 cat
tle, 40 sheep, 0 hogs nntl 20 bbls of mol
asses. The schooner Uosario left Knlmlul
last Tuesday with a full load of sugar
for San Francisco.
Tho Tycoon Is taking In ballast. She
has yet 00 tons of coal to discharge.
The bark C 11 Kinney was taking
sugar from tho Llkelike this morning
and discharging coal nt the same time.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Stkamiih Kinuu sails Monthly at
1 p.m. for the Volcano nntl windward
CoNRiDKUAUi.i: rain fell nil nlong
the wenther ctxiBt of Maui, yesterday
Tiik schooner Rainbow has landed
the well boring machine at Laiu in
Messrs Schaefor & Co., luivo char
tered tho bark Charles B. Kinney for
Messiik. E. P. Adams & Co. sell real
estate and corporation stocks nt 12
noon, on Monday next.
It is snitl that nineteen traders will
sail from Victoria, II. C, und twenty
from San Francisco, for tho Arctic,
A QUKEit shaver has n comic ad
vertisement in to-day's issue. Harry
lias mistaken his calling: he ought
to bo editor of Oat's blnckboiud.
Tin: Pacific Hardwaro Co., and
Messrs. E, O. Hull cfc Son have de
cided to play ii match ganio of base
ball for tho championship of hard
The Elsinoro will sail for tho
South Sea Islands noxt week, und
Captain Junks promises to tell tho
IJui.i.kii.v scribe coinething very
funny before going.
On tho fourth pago will ho found
tho intimations of to-inorrow'B church
services; also, tho poem reatl by Mrs.
1). F. Dillingham at tho reception to
Mrs. Mills nt Oahu College.
Iluv. II. Whalloy, Mr. J. O. Carter,
Mr. W. T. Hornor, Mr. Fred. W.
Millis, Mr. J. E. WUcmun and Hon.
G. II. llichurdson are among tho
notable arrivals by tho Kiniui.
Tlv tlui Klnau news has bceivSste-
ceivctl that tho Volcano is in nbon,
tho samu condition us tit lust previous
lici'ounts. Smoko and stt'iiin are
still risiiii.'. but thoro is no visible
action or lire.
Tin: steniner Kinuu arrived at
about nino o'clock this morning,
giro brought CO culm ami 11 deck
pm-nongere, and B,uuu bugs oi Migar.
I'uiser Heckloy reports spleutiitl
weather und everything lovely.
Cai-tain McGregor, of tho stciuner
Mokolii, loports heavy seas going up
to but good weather returning from
Molokai. Hutl mjiiio ruin on Friday.
Tho Captain also reports seeing
seveial whales in Molokai channel
during tho trip.
Tin: schooner Mnuuokiiwni has
iiiiulo tho best time on record fiom
this port to Kooluu nntl return. She
went to ICuneohe, took in G0!l bags
of sugar, and returned to this port
within thirty hours from the time of
Notwithstanding the pouring
rain, tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, was well
lilled last evening, to hear Mr. Wm.
Noble's recitations from John 1).
Goiigh. The recitations were ably
delivered. The subject of Mr. Noblo's
lecluie, this evening, will bu "Who is
Tin: pinion of Pain mill, Maui,
broke yesterday ami was biought
here by the Likeliko this morning, to
bu repaired ul the foundry. Although
tho mill has suspended operations
there was enough sugar housed to
keep the steniner Dowsett engaged
until the pinion is mended.
Tile older members of tho Young
People's Christian Temperance Union
will meet at tho residence of Mrs.
Southwick, Adams Lane, at half-past
7 o'clock this evening. As this is tho
last occasion when Mrs. Southwick
will preside, it is hoped that there
will be u full attendance. The
younger members will meet on Mon
day afternoon nt half-past 2 o'clock,
at the samu place.
Tin: boiler, placed in position, on
Thursday, by Mr. J. A. Dower, at
Kakaako Hospital, for heating the
water in the bath tubs, was tired up
yesterday afternoon, nt -1 o'clock, and
u tub of 1-10 gallons was heated in
live minutes by ii jet of steam. The
tubs, eight in number, enn bo all
heated in the same manner, four at n
time, in 20 minutes. Some persons
in the vicinity of tho Hospital, seeing
the smokestack and iiro of tho new
apparatus, last night, supposed u
steamer had got ushoro.
The April "Friend" has full cdi
toiial and correspondence columns,
with tho special departments well
sustained. An item says that Itev.
Aloin Ostrom, of Murphy's Cnl., is
expected by tho next steniner, nntl
will take chargoof the foreign church
in Kohala. Another conveys tho in
teresting intelligence that Mrs. Hump
son, tho eloquent preacher who im
pressed largo audiences hero last
year, has been married to Mr. Georgo
I emus, another evangelist, nntl the
happy couple aro living nt Los
At 2 a. M. lust Tuesday night,
when the steamer Kinuu arrived at
Muulaeii Hay, n passenger, with two
valises and three bottles of fine wine,
walked oil' the landing into water
ubout neck deep. Millis wunted to
go overboard after the wine, but
Wisomun wus afraid ho would catch
cold, und great fun ensued, Millis
dispatching men after divers to
rescue tho passenger and shouting in
every direction for help, amid storms
of laughter. Millis and Wiseman
hud a glorious tour of Maui and Ha
waii and wero entertained by many
OAHU COLLEGE-CLOSE OF A TERM.
The exercises at the close of the
2nd term on the Oahu College calen
dar, took place yesterday, nntl wero
attended by a considerable number
of the parents and friends of the
institution from the city. At 12
o'clock a well-spread tnblo in the
dining ball was surrounded by n
number of appreciative guests, who
did due credit to tho hospitality of
tho house. At 1 o'clock sharp, the
gong sounded a muster to the par
lors, where a large assemblage was
soon seated to hear a fine programme
of. vocal and instrumental music.
Among those present were the Prin
cesses Liliuokalani, Likclikc and
lvniulnni. Following is tho pro
gramme: Piano Solo Blucttc Heller
Song Spring Flowers , .Iteluccko
Violin Obllgato by J. W. Ynriulley.
Piano Solo A Hound Schumann
Trio Ave Mm iu Schletterer
Mis. llaiiford, Jennie Grieve and Alice
Piano Solo Song Without Words. . . .
Chorus Ye Llttlo Ulrds Macfarren
Puiiuhou Gleo Club.
Piano Solo GavottoAllcmaudc.Gclbel
Duet for Pluuo & Violin
a. Lied, Heller & Ernst; b. Abs
child, Heller and Ernst
Song Tho Erl-klng Schubert
Piano Solo Spinning Song
Chorus Tho Sky Lark
Pimnhou Glco Club.
Tho numbers were all rendered
iu a highly creditable manner, some
of the pieces being greeted with
loud cheers. It was an evident
bourco of gratification to tho friends
I of the pupils to noto the constim-
niaiu skiii oi mu iiiHiruuior in vocui
and insUunicutnl inufclc, Mrs. J. K.
llanford, whoso strokes on the
piano keys arc given iu such a man
lier ns to make the instrument tlo
anything but speak JIawaiiau, while
tho pupils' parts showed that tho
instruction In this department had
been bestowed upon appreciative
and intelligent learners. After an
hour's feast of music, there was an
adjournment to the main hall in tho
collcgo building, whero the follow
ing programme, omitting the Oth
number, took up tho time until 4
Declamation Bernardo's Hevcngc
Heading of "The Manoa Breezes
Edited by Emma Kenton, Oliver
Carter, llattie Foibcs.
Music The Mower's Song
Declamation A Wild Night at Sea
The Mnnoa Breezes
Music The Song of the Fatherland
Kccltation... Selection from "Hiawatha"
"Manoa llrcczcs" is the title of a
manuscript journal, edited by an
elected staff of editors from the best
essay writers of the college, and
contains tho principal essays of tho
term, with college locals, conun
drums, and sundry comments on
passing events. The' titles and
authors of the essays read were:
West Point, Oliver Cat tor; Festal
Days, Edmund Rogers; Punahou
Journalism, llattie Forbes; .Some
European Governments and Kulcrs,
Emma Kenton ; Woman and Some of
her Advantages, May Dillingham;
Queen Victoria and her Family,
Lillian Lyman ; A Talk about Bees,
Henry Lyninn ; Experiments iu In
oculation, Walter Dole. The essays
contained a largo amount of inform
ation on the different subjects, and
brought out facts that could not be
collated without extensive reading.
In literary style, they were dis
tinguished by a uniforml' careful
and correct choice of words, and
what is of no small importance in
the eyes of journalists, they aro all
neatly nntl legibly written. The
declamations by masters Horace
Chamberlain and Horace Hall were
given iu excellent style. The reci
tation of "Hiawatha" by Miss
Bessie Dickson, was an exception
ally superior rendering of tho piece.
The visitors present gave close
attention nntl were very highly
pleased with the exercises of the
THE STEAM LAUNDRY.
This establishment, that has been
well advertised in advance, is open
for public inspection this afternoon.
It is situated at Iwilci, a short dis
tance back of the Oahu Jail. A
finer sito for industrial works, or
public or private building, could
hardly bo fouud in Honolulu. Thero
is a commanding view of the city
and harbor from the spot, while not
tho slightest breeze from the Nuu
anu pali is unfelt. The main build-'
ing is 10 by 80 feet in dimensions,
and covered with galvanized iron
roof. Fronting east, two doors
open respectively on the ofllce and
the assorting room. From the olllcc,
a 10 by 12 apartment with appro
priate furniture, entrance is given
to the reception room, 20 ft. by 20
ft., where the clothes are received
and marked with each customer's
number. Tho "duds" go through
a door from the lntter room into the
wash room, 20 ft. by 20 ft., where
they arc first put through a washing
machine a big hollow cylinder with
corrugated segments for giving the
necessary rubbing, furnished with a
pipe at the top for letting in cold
water and one at the bottom for ad
mitting steam to heat tho water.
They arc taken out of this and put
into a drying machine, that looks
not much unlike the centrifugal ar
rangement in a sugar mill, which
makes them as dry as vital statistics.
Hence the clothes are taken to the
drying room, 2f ft. x 15 ft., situated
in the northwest corncr,where several
large clothes horses arc stabled,
running in and out conveniently an
rollers, systems of steam pipes on
tho floor of the stalls furnishing the
requisite heat to eliminate all tho
remaining moisture, after going
through more revolutions in the
wash room than Mexico could reach
in a century. There is a largo
machine in this room, looking like a
cross between n planing machine
and a printing press, which is for
ironing sheets and the like. Tho
ironing of other articles is done in
another room, 20 ft. x 85 ft., en
tered from tho drying room. It is
fitted with tables mid boards for
about a score of hands, ami has a
neat labor-saving machine for polish
ing collars and cuffs. On nil these
appliances tho surfaces with which
clothes conic in contact arc to
be blanketed and covered out
side with unbleached muslin.
Every care will be taken to
ensure absolute cleanliness iu hand
ling clothes. Out of tho ironing
room tho articles aro taken direct to
the assorting room, furnished with
numbered receptacles for separato
customers, the apartment being 15
ft, x 20. ft. The engino and boiler
room, at tho southwest corner,
partly iu tho main building and
partly under nil extension shed, oc
cupies 15 ft. x 15 ft., and contains a
10 horse-power engino with a boiler
of capacity to furnish steam to t(o
othpr apparatus mentioned above in
addition to that required for motive
power. Thoro Is mnplo spnoo In the
rear of tho building for outsido dry
ing, tho breezes having full swiug at
the clothes lines. The various de
partment aro well planned for tho
most convenient operation of tho
Mr. T. J. McLaughlin, manager
of this new enterprise, with his
brother, is pushing on the work of
completion, and the carpenters were
giving finishing touches to-day.
Already a largo expenditure has
been incurred for local skilled labor,
the only imported work being the
machinery, that has como, through
tho agency of the Pacific Hardware
Co., from tho Joshua Hendy Ma
chine Works, San Francisco. Three
skilled workmen from the Coast for
the laundry nrc on the ground, and
flvo or six aro expcctetl by next
steamer. In the ironing room tho
work is expected to be largely done
by Hawaiian and Portuguese women.
Tho laundry is being inaugurated
to-day with a liberal internal " wash
ing" furnished visitors, not neglect
ing teetotal palates, with ico cream
and pastry lubrication, of Mr. Hart's
Saturday, April 3rd.
Ah Wai, Sim Hook, Wong Leong
Sang, and Lau Sit Liong, remanded
from yesterday for assault and bat
tery on Paia: Sim Hook was lined
810, the others discharged.
Wm. Williams, 12 years of age,
serving a three years' term iu the
Reformatory School, was committed
to that institution during his minor
ity for the laiceny of perfumes be
longing to Chun Hoy.
Two young men forfeited S10
bail each for disturbing quiet of the
Win. Howard, drunkenness, for
Arthur Hunt and Ah Lee, authors
of the muss on Queen street yester
day, contributed 80.20 each to the
treasury, besides two news items to
Thoughtful young lady (to col
lcgo graduate) Who, in your
opinion, Mr. Muscle, was the noblest
Koraun of them nil? College Gradu
ate 1 used to think Haitian was,
but I wouldn't bet a cent on any of
BY a respectable married woman
(Portuguese) employment with u
family by the day. Washing anil Iton.
lug, or bowing. "Apply at this olllcc.
II. A. CO. DIVIDEND.
A MONTHLY Dlvldcud of Four Dol
lars per Share on the Stock of the
Hawaiian Agricultural Co. will ho paid
on THURSDAY, April 1st, at thu olllcc
of C. Brewer &, Co. P.O. JONES,
00 -It Treasurer.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that public
Telephone Stations have been es
tablished In the districts of Ewa, Wai
uiiiiu and Walnlua, which arc available
to nonsttb.scrlburs at thu following rates:
EWA 10 cts. per Message
LUA 25 cts. per Message
Ewa Station is at tho residence of
Hon. A. Kauhl.
Walauau Station Is at thu store of M.
Walsilua Station is at thu resilience of
S. K. Mahoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
undertake the delivery of messages hi
their respective districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can be furnished at the Central Olllco,
on Merchant street.
President II. 1$. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March III, 1880. !)0 lm
EVEUY Horse Owner's Cyclopedia,
treating of DUeiucs and How to
Guru them; the American Trotting
Horso; Breeding and Training, and
ltecords of Trotting anil Hunning
Stock. u00 Illustrations and Engrav
ings, by btonchcncu and other eminent
men. Sold by subscriptions.
85 J. M. OAT, JK , & CO.
Wailuku Sugar Company
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
Share on thu Stock of the Wai
luku Sugar Co. will be paid to stock
holders on Thursday, April 1st, at tho
olllco of C. Brewer & Co.
00 -It Treasurer.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Palatini, near Mr. J.
Dowsett's residence, that ole
emit Cottauu hitherto occu.
pled by the tinner, John ltobcllo, with
lino flower and fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect
ed with thu grounds. Apply to
84lra I1YMAN BHOS., Queen St
THE underpinned has moved into the
ofllce of Mr.. I. E. Wiseman, where
he will bu prepared to fiiruiMi house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese interpreting;, and a general
IiuMneas. (60 tlm) SOYONG.
The White House,
Corner Third und Howard Htn
BAN FKANC1BCO, CALIFORNIA.
IrH. JnmSH OL "Wliito,
Formerly of tho Whlto House, Nuiianu
Avenue, having purclinbod thu St, Law.
rence I louse, at thu above address, con.
tiilniitg 3Q rooms, nil beautifully fin,
nlslieil, n suites and single, offers ninny
ml vantages to travellers to and from (ho
Islands, The house is locntul but three
squares from tho Pulncu and Utddwln
Hotels. Terms very moderate, 85
B. F. Dillingham,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, HticcrHHoi-N (o JMUIiiKlinm A. Co, nnd Hamuel Nott.
GOOD IVIGHIT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
OHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackorcl, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon Ilelllcs, Eastern Codflsh in blocks, New Cheese, Dupco Hums nnd
llocnn, Kegs Hotter. Kegs Pork, Lard, linker's Wholo Corn; Ucrinea, Break.
fast Germ; Oat Meal; Corn Jlcal; Cracked Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Balnd
Dressing; Durcth' Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet and Sour Pickles; As.
sorted Extracts; Hoo Water; Dates; Nuts; lbilslns; Fear Duller; Arrowroot
Cukes; School Cakes: .Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast,
Comet nnd Illossnm Ton.; Family Flour; llriui; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
llreiul; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
Sy Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantecd.
y Teleplioixe IIP.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
GOElAJNI OJPiEIVXTVCa- OF TH3E
On Sutimluy. 3Inrcli 7th nntl following Week,
"WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Millinery & Fancy Goods
OF THE VEUY LATEST STYLES.
S Hotel Street, : : Next door to f.ewlm & Co.
Come One, Come All. t2M
P. O. Ilox i97.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 ana OO Hotel Htrc;ot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Good continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Helllcs, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
llrcakfiKt Wliilu Oats, Germca; Breakfast Gem and Shrcdcd Maize. Also, a
fine lot of Now Zealand and Portland Pcachblow Potatoes always on hand.
The very host of ISLAND BUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
280 Price Ion- anil SutiMtnctioii Hnnriuitecd.
IltKR to Infiinn Hip I. udlcs of Honolulu nml tlm I'ubllc itencrnlly Hint I linvo opened nn
olllco In tlioIIKAVi:UIII.Ot'K, Queen Street, oppoxito Miwix. K. llofffelilacKcr.t Co..
mid Invito tliclr liiBiicctlon oi my lingo stoek of lilili Linens, luipuited ilhect from llelfust.
eoimlijtiiiK of thu follow Inu :
A Large Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish. Table Linens,
C TRADE J
Monograms and Crosts inserted in Damask to order for vory low rates.
Also, Il'fn Hex, Toilet CovrrH, UIiihh nnd Teu Cloths, l'illow LtnciiH, Micctllw, Printed
and i'liiln Liiuiih, Diimiihk, Huek und Kimey Towels, Hack Towelling, Uubleuelivd DimiUHk,
Drills, Cumin lu nnd Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, unliable for ladles and gentlemen's tine.
Any Length Out.
Alio, nn Invoice of 1IKI.VAST MUSLINS new patterns, fust colon.
iv. o. i?iOTj:l.ji.,
Agent for tlm YOItK bT. FI.aX SI'O. CO., Ltd.' Ilelfnst; J. 8. IMOVrc A SONS, llclfast ; T. & a.
A. WOllliMAN, Helfust; II. K. HOUNSKLL. Ltd., llildport, i:iik. 72
J Herbert reeve, M.H.S..
Heals all diseases by Purification,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Persons weary of using phyelo with,
out avail would tlo well to adopt this
syfteni. Consultation hours, 2to4it
CrT Invalids on tho other Islands
visited by special arrangement.
Hesldeiiuo Hotel Street, oppositu "i.
M. O. A. 8 lm
General Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Merchant St., Hoflolnln.
My moat faithful ulteniou will bo
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for ttio residents of tho
!)0 several Islands of this grotfp. ly
A Dwelling Iloiibo nt fil
Kiiiina Street. House contains
4 bedrooms, parlor, slttlui
and illnlnir rooms, imutry, kitchen
b.uhroom. torvunt's room, stabllne; and
carriage houpc. The whole nowly
painted and In good repair. Apply at
MilS. LACK'S STOltK.
81 .Port Street, or OU Emmn Street.
Jas. G. SPENCF.n, "
Bcorctary nntl Treasurer.
OV MOKi: THAN 100 YKAKS HKI'UTATIO.V.
UnMurpQNMeil for Kxcolleneo or Quality,
IltiNtirpnHHril for Durability In Wear,
UimurpasHed for Ileauty of 1chIchm,
Obtained HlKlient Auarils, viae:
MKIIALS IlclftiHt, 1811 and 1870; London, 1SS1, INS
ami (Hold) ISTu; Turin (Hold), 1W; Dublin, lSK
ami 18?:; l'lillndclplilu, Isill.
Tnblo Cloths from 2 to 7 yards iu length, ulth
Tho uhovo uro Hindu of tho 11KST HUSH nnd
Coiiitrni Flax; spun, woven nnd lilnichcct in hu.
land; tlio putteriiH woven In tlio Tnblo Linen nro
designed by Iltlbll AltTIbTS, who linvo for muiiy
jeurs excelled thosu of any other country.
IT nflbrds us great pleasure to testify
that wo are highly satlslled with
tlio luter.Island Steam Navigation Coin.
fiany's routo lo tho Volcano. Wo he
ievo it to ho tho best nntl most convent,
cnt, nnd luivo much pleasure In recom.
mending It to thu notice of intending
tourists. Wo have looked over the
pamphlet written about this roid, and
everything stated in the samo fully cor.
responds with tho reality, without being
MBDOKEM CRAWFORD, Oregon.
ABE RROWN, San Francisco,
AI1E L. BROWN. San FranciscH.
Punaluu, Fob. 21, 1880. 03 tf
XiiHliionullo Clonic una
Corner of Alakoa & King 8ts.
Foathors Gleaned and Dyed.
. TO THE PUBLIC.
Tli Pacific Transfer Co.
Ofllco with O. K. Miller,
13 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel, 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I urn fully prepared to do nil kinds of
drnvago, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guarantco to executu faith,
C2 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r,
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