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MONDAY, APKIL 5. 1880.
S S Zeahinilla from San Francisco
Stmr J I Dowsett from Pnlsi
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Kauai
Stmr Kllauea lion firm Haniakua
Am bktno Kato FllcMnger from New
castle, X H W.
Sclir Xcttlo Merrill fi'om Lahatua
Sclir Cntcrhia fiom Hanalcl
Sclir Rainbow from Koolau
Sclir Katilkcaoiill from Kolmla
Stmr Kliiau for the Volcano anil Wlud-
wiml Ports at I I'M
Stmr Llkcllke for Kiihulul mid liana at
"i l' ji
Stmr Mokolll for Molnkal
Stmr .las I I)owett for Pala
Sclir llalcakala for Popcokeo
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwnlnnl for Kuiini
Stmr Jas Makeo for Walanao
Sclir Xcltle Men III for Luhalna
Sclir Knnlkcaonll for Kohalii
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Rgtno Xorth Star for San Francisco
Sclir Catcrina for Walmaualo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Cap, Cliilstlanen
Uk EWInori!, .Icnks
Ilk Hope, Pcnliallow
Ilk Apollo, Groth
Uk Chas 11 Kenny, Kahler
Uk Tycoon, Rlekaby
Ugtuo Xorth Star, Morehouse
Itetno Consiiolo. Cousins
liktno Amelia, Nowhall
llktuo Discovery, Meyer
Uktnu .1 A Falkcnborg, dinger
Torn Henrietta, Dexlcr
Selir.T A Hamilton,
S S Zealandla, Ortuienilorp
Uktnc Kate FllcMnger,
From San Francisco, per S S Zea
lanilla, April llnl G P Castle, C 11
.luild,jr, Mrs Anna McCully, A Kurt,
J T Uallard, F Hermans, X Hurt, Mis II
A Coleman and son. Miss J C Uarnes,
WII Ridley, Dr L 11 Dayton, Miss,
Ballard, 11 European and 107 Chinese
From Hnmakua, per steamer Kllauea
Hou, April 3rd W II Daniels and 1
From Knual, via Walnae, per steamer
Iwnlnnl, April lth R A Mnclle, .lr, Col
C1I Judd, MeHrydc, J Cushlnham, Mrs
Rlec, F S Smith, G II Dole, Ilo-i E L
Kauai and wife, Chas Putnam and wife,
A II Smythe, J Rubensteln, 0 W Spit.,
Moses Mahelona, Mrs A Alliens and
servant, Mrs F Rcidell, 3 Chinese and
11" deck passengers.
IL..X LU.1 -lX L.-U"
The Oceanic Steam-dilp Zealandla,
Captain Otciendorp. Left San Fran
cisco March 27th, at 4:30 1' JI. Ex
peticneed line weather throughout en
Steamer Kllauea Hon an Ived yester
day inornlug from wludwaid with a, 500
bags sugar, and 35 cattle. I'nrscr Fair
reports plenty of vain and piettygood
weather along llauiakua coast.
Schoouer Catcrliia brought GCO bags
of sugar, and 35 bbls molasses from
Steamer Jus Makco sails to-morrow
at 8 A m for Walanau only.
Schooner Hainbow brought 47 bbls of
molasses from Koolau yesterday. The
captniu icports strong trade winds.
The 1300 bags of sugar that came by
the Dowsett Saturday l- m weic put In
the Pacillo Xavlgatlon Co's waicliousc
for the bark C 11 Klnnoy.
The bark Lady Lampson is lii days
out to-day from San Francisco for this
The Kiln and Eureka sailed fiom San
Francisco for this port on the same day
the Zealandiu sailed.
The bgtno J 1) Sprcckels sailed fiom
San Francisco for this portMaieh 2(!th.
Steamer Iwalaul brought -1,010 bags
of sugar, 14 green hides and G horses.
The brig Ha.aid with 8,000 bags of
sugar, was towed out of Illlo by the Ivy
Holmes Mai eh 30ih.
Tho tern Lottie Falrlleld, which left
Honolulu March 25 for llllo, had not
arrived there when the Kluati left
The American schooner American
Girl, Cupula Mooie, sailed from San
Fraucisco for Maliukona, Hawaii, March
Tho following vessels arrived at San
Fraucisco from theso Islands: March
22nd, bark Virginia, 2(5 dajs hence j
Imrkcntiuc John Smith, 17 days hence;
barkcntluo W H Dlmoiid, 10 days hencei
brig Scllnn, 17 days from Kaliulul and
tern J O kFord, lu day from Knhuliil,
The steamer Geo. W. Elder, Captain
Ackloy, arrived at San Francisco Match
21st, 8 days mid 10 liours from Hono
Julu. Sho left Mnrch 20th for Vlctoiia
and Port Townscnd.
Tho bktne Knto Fllcklnger, Captain
Young, arrived yesterday r days fiom
Newcastle, N S W, v. lth coal for Wilder
A Co. '
S. M. CAUTliU it Co., lmvo received
soino good charcoal fiom the Island
of Hawaii. 'J A li-
Lawks wishing to tuko lessons in
fancy work will pleasu attend nt tho
J,adies' Ruzur on Thuisdiiy, 8th inst.
Jliss A. M. Hinko will bo on hand.
Vi:ht, Dow & Co. lmvo just leeuiv
cd ox "Zenliindiu" Lt it Dk Cunu
Chairs, Ntnho it Ann Uockor Hed
Htenda, Ebony it Walnut Polo cor
nices, coinploto Kus-FianiCH all sizes.
Pluquu Hungers, Lap Uoaids, Tennis
Dulls, Chessmen, School Hags, Stoieo
copic Views, To)S, Huts and Balls,
Sheet Music, Songs, Song Hooks, &c,
Tho Pacific Mail onirics height lm
tweon Now Yoik and San Francisco
for 110 cts. per 100 pounds j passen
gors, saloon if 10, steoiago Jf20.
Tho Union Pacillo Uailwny submits
a proposition to Congicss to turn
over to tho Govi'rnmont all its branch
jiucs us security for itu iudcblcdness.
mrj Wijfraifjwti4 iiif r-iiTTd riiiifiriinwr, wiw-ji wamm immmmmimmmMMmm
LOCAL & UKNErtAl HtWt
Mii.i.18 and his uiait'ikln mtko
tho niiiltitudu merry again ti;-nijht.
Mi:shhh, Davis it Wilder havo re
ceived por Zculandia ficsli vegtiabes,
llsh, etc. on ice.
A ntJE painting in oil, by Tnu'r
nior, of the Volcano as it is, (an bo
seen nt J. Williams', Fort strc(t.
Hawaii won tho initial Insehall
match of tho senson on Saturday,
beating tho Hunt-diet Club 1, to 12.
A DHTAOIIMKNT of tilt' Killg'jS Own
volunteer company attended tho
Hishop's servico at 'J:!10 yesteiday
Tin: Yosemito Skating Itink will
bo closed until next Friday evening,
to allow carpenters to put the lloor in
Portland "Oregonian" of
18lh contains 'a notice of the
death of Mrs. Yamdloy, mother of
Mr. .1. W. Yarndloy, of this city.
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1N8TON it Hurku leave by tho
Ai'ijinni m lor han r rancisco, i-riuay,
and will return to Honolulu on a sail
ing vessel with another drove of hogs.
G. A. FKU.OWK8, a comparatively
recent arrival hero, died on Friday
last of snme brain affection, mid was
buried on tho following day with
A roHTioN of J. M. Oat, Junr., &
Co.'s English paper and Mngu.im
mail was lost 111 the steamer Oregon
Probubly letters duo some people
hcio may lmvo met thu sumu fate.
Tnu fiillmvimr 111U1K1M f if iinwenmerH
uro registered nt tho Hawaiian Hotel
J. G. Forsyth, L. P. Dayton, I. IV
Hnllaid, Mis. Hallard, F.llinnaiis,
M. Hurt, A. Hurt, C.Putnam, and
Mis. Putnam. "
iMronxKits aro reminded that the
next mail to the Coast will bo the
lust opportunity of forwarding orders
to Xow York for goods by tho vessel
to be despatched by W. II. Grossman
it Hros., about the 15th of May.
Two Chinamen wcro arrested with
opium in possession on arrival of tho
steamer Iwalani at Nawiliwili, Kauai,
on Wednesday Inst. They weio tried
in tho Local Court, and lined, respec
tively, $120 and .f 1C0, with costs.
Tin: low rnto of freights between
Sau Francisco mid the East has in
duced Eastern people to send fresh
apples to San Francisco, somo of
which were sent fiom tho latter placo
to Luwis it Co., of this city, by tho
LiTTi.i: liowcmi Dowsett was eight
ycuis old on Su tin day last, and sho
invited her little friends for miles
around to come and be happy with
her on that day. Thoy did coino and
weie happy, and manifested their
happiness in ways natural to innocent
A San Francisco paper intimates
that Luke G. Sresovich, of that city,
has begun to import bananas fiom
Havana by tho way of New Orleans.
Thofiuitof a sample shipment ar
rived in excellent condition, the
111 tide being pronounced fully equal
to anything yet imported.
Haiiky Hyng reports that this now
bmber shop, corner of King and
Alakea streets, was beseiged, on
Saturday evening, by persons in
search of the small boy, for whom a
big rowaul had been offered. Harry
is sure ho can bo found there, and
wishes the search to bo continued.
Nkootiations aro in progress for n
dramatic season of three or four
weeks in tho Hnwaiiun Opera House,
by Mr. Joseph Grismer, Plucho Duvii
his wifo, and about half a dozen sup
porters. This couple has a high ni
putation on the American stogo and
with good assistance should give our
people, somo satisfactory drama.
Mil. John Hrown, formerly conped
ed with the pi ess of Honolulu, for
several months past engaged 01 tho
Kilaucu Sugar Plantation, Kauai, was
seized with an apoplectic fit, last
Saturday morning. Dr. Camihell
was in attendance, but consciousness
had not leturned up to tho time of
thu steamer's leaving, about 1:30 u.
V.. A. Hiiokaw, who has unsatisfied
monetary obligations in Honolulu is
before the San Francisco courts en
two charges of forgery. On one
forged check ho got $31.50 froin
William Crooks, formerly of Hono
lulu. It appears, by other cusen
heard of, that Hrokaw has looked up
on visitois from these Islands as his
Thk Zealandiu will leavu on hor
return for Sun Francisco next Fri
day, probably at noon. Intending
visitors to the Coast should secure
passage in her, because the Alameda,
which will follow a day or two later,
had her entire passenger accommoda
tion monopolized before leaving the
Colonies, according to telegraphic in
Williams, Dlmond it Co.'s circular
per Zealandiu indicates tho Sun
Fiaucisco sugar maiket unchanged,
Tho New York market was still dull
and declining, although a slight ad
vance was ioted ju centrifugals, that
weio 5,50 for 0(5 peiccnt. Owing to
heavy iccoipU of Eastern rice, the
impoitera of thu Hawaiian article
have sold freely at -lie, cash to Jgc,
J, C, U0OKW, fM old Wllftlllltf M
tain, who Hrst vl.ilted theHO Islnnds
over thirty yours ngo, and lins been
ptniiuneiilly residing hero a good
niiny. yeais past, died rather slid
dinly yesteiday morning, at his resi
dincu, on King streel. Ho was it
nuving a small brancli of a tico that
hid fallen near his house, when ho
oipericnecd a sensation of faintiiess,
nul at ouco sat on tho giound to
s.vo himself from falling. His wifo
md otheis camo to his assistance,
rid carried him into tho house. An
bur after ho expired, perfectly con
cious to the last. Captain Cooku
Ms a Muss!ichuctts man, and about
1 years of ago at the time of death.
Je wiism biuicd in tho Mukiki ceiue
cry this morning at 10 o'clock, Ituv.
t. A. Uruziui olllciating.
THE VENTRILOQUIST KING.
Mr. Fred. Millis was again gioetccl
ivitli a full house on Saturday even
ing, iiiougn siiucriiig iroiii a com,
caught, likely, on his recent tour of
tho islands, his performances were,
as on former occasions, of the first
order. Tho audience was kept in
a11108t contim,ous outbursts of
Inugllter nt tue 8lll,reincy lmlierous
character impersonations, while the
feats of ventriloquism served to add
to the entertainment a wholesome
sprinkling of the marvellous. Mr.
Millis, in "The Young Seapegiace
nt His Sistet's Wedding," executes
absolutely instantaneous transforma
tions from tho young scapegrace to
the old man, and vice versa. The
representation of the timid gentle
man, with the song "Skating on the
Kink," was introduced for tho first
time, and was only too well acted,
and, though highly amusing, was so
sumrcstive to many of his audience,
of scenes in real life, that it was not
perhaps received so enthusiastically
as it would otherwise have been.
The side-splitting character farce
"Come and Mind tho Ilaby, John,"
wns performed even better than on
previous occasions. The Sydney
t)0liccman. with sonc, "Are You
There Moriarity V" was an admirable
piece of burlesque, and produced
uproarious merriment. The mas
terpiece of the evening was the ven
triloquial song, "The Hay of Bis
cay, sung out in bold and clear
Jones, through the merry maniKin,
rerencc O'Keilly, and was enthu
iastically encored, upon which
lMcCarty's Marc" was trotted out.
x duet, per Terence O'Keilly and
larah Walker, was greeted with an
cicorc, accompanied by a call for
lLah-de-dnh," which was responded
U Several fresh local hits were
iiiroduced, and the performance
tUoughout was a decided success.
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
Monday, April Jth.
?he Court opened at 10 o'clock, at
Aliolani Hale, Mr. Justice McCulIy
preiding. The docket contains 47
cass, llvo to be tried by a 11a
walan, seven by a mixsd and fifteen
by a foreign jury. There aro six
criainal cases, one of which will bo
tricl by the Hawaiian, tho others by
theforeign jury. Of the cases on
thedocket, nine are divorces ; and
suidry cases, to the number of
twdvc, including two criminal ap
peils from the Honolulu Police
Cout, are to be tried in bunco.
ciau was arraigned on the charge
of burglary. He pleaded guilty,
nnc asked the mercy of the Court.
Tin sentence passed was one year's
imprisonment at hard labor to begin
at Jxpiration of existing sentences.
The first jury case called was J.
M. Horner vs. Claus Sprcckels, as
sumpsit. Austin and Dolo for plain
tiffs, Neumann and Hatch for de
fendants. The following named
jurors were empanelled and sworn:
T. M. Starkey, W. F. Alien, God
frey Brown, W. C. Wilder, G. T.
McLean, T. G. Thrum, G. "West,
L. Way, J. G. Spencer, A. Jaeger,
Frank Brown and A. Young, Jr.
(Sun Francisco, March 27th, ptr
tS. S' ZeulantUa.)
Grain speculators havo brought to
their suiious attention thu fact that,
during Jiuiuuiy and February, the
importations of East India wheat
into tho English markets, for the
llrst time, exceeded thosu from tho
United Stutes. Tho exact figures
aro: From India, 2,210,8(17 centals;
from the United States, 1,312,15-1
centals. Kussiu and Germany aiu
increasing their shipments of thu
A valuable mineral-huuiing ledge,
three miles long, has been discovered
in tho towns of Peru and Worthing'
ton, near Spiingfield, Mass. Tins
ledge contains two parallel veins of
gold and silver.
The Apaches have been completely
routed near the Mexican border, and
Gen. Ciook has started to lcceive thu
unconditional surrender of Gero
niino and his whole band.
Extensive strikes, under thu aus
pices of local assemblies of tho
Knights of Labor, aro reported from
many points. With icgard to the
gieut railway stiiko centering in St,
Louis, Grand Muster Workman, Mr,
Powdoily, after consultation with
other nieinbeiri of the Executive
Boad in New Yoik, unnonnced tiat
on tiu 27th t)oy would submit this
proposition to Mr. Gould, vJM "'M
him appoint iv committee of tlnuu
II M lftr oom
mittco, thou let
select a secnth, lliey to. investigate
the whole iiflnir and make reconi
inundation, and wo will ugieo to
nbido by their decision. Wo will not
ask for the retention of any man who
Iiiih been guilty of an act of violence
to cither person or ptoperly, for wo
are not organised to promote or shield
wrongdoing." In a circular to the or
der Mr. Powdcrly threatens to resign
his olllco unless tho local assemblies
cease placing him and thu society in
a false position by carrying on boy
cotts and strikes, botli of which tuo
contrary to the principles of the
Knights. He says: "Those who
boast must be checked by their as
semblies. Xo move must bo made
until tho court of lust resort bo ap
pealed to. Threats and violence
must not bu made. Thu politicians
must bu hushed up or diivenout.
Obedience to the laws of Knighthood
must have preference over those of
any other order. If these things are
done the next five years will witness
tho complete emancipation of man
kind from tho curse of monopoly.
Inourmembeis wo icquiio secrecy,
obedience, assistance, patience und
courage. If, with these aids, you
stiengthen my bauds I will continue
in the work. If you do not desire to
assist 1110 in this way, then select a
man better qualified to obey your
will and 1 will retire in his favor."
The Empcior of Japan has sent
1500 as a contribution to tho Grant
Monument fund, and "111 token of
of the high estimation in which ho
holds the memory of tho illustrious
The temperance party in the Brit
ish House of Commons number 300
strong, and have determined to or
ganize. If they act together they
can force their views on unv Minis
try. The Gcimun ambassador in Lou
don has officially notified the Hiitish
Foreign Olllco that the Marshall,
Brown and Providence Islands have
been placed under thu protection of
Mr. Gladstone has piomised tho in
troduction of a bill on April 8th, for
tho futuru government of Ii eland.
This announcement produced a sensa
tion in Parliament. Tho Govern
ment's supporters have been privately
assured that thu Government's Irish
programme has been settled by the
Cabinet. Tho homo rulo measure
will bo introduced first, followed im
mediately by the Irish land bill.
Both measures, if passed by tho
House of Commons, will be picscutcd
to the House of Lords together.
Chamberlain and Trovelyun will re
main in the Cabinet until the home
rulo bill has been tabled.
RF.UUALU Meeting of 1I.
watinn Lodge Xo. 21, F. it
A. M. will tnkiinWfflTllls;
'7?5'9KN LVENIXG nt 7:30 r.si.
Visiting iircthrcn are cordinlly Invited.
Per order, Y. JOHNSON. Suc'y.
IS hereby given that neither the Cap.
tain nor the Owners of the Guiimm
bark APOLLO will ho responsible for
any debts contracted by the rrew of said
vessel at this port.
II. HACKFEM) & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, April 3, 188(1. 01
Fred W. Millis
The World-lteuoivmed Ventrllo
liilt and HumorlNt,
Return of the Favorite after a most hiii:
cessful tour on Haul und Hawaii.
To-night, Monday, April 5th,
MB. MILLIS gives another nerfor-
1 or ran nee at thu Itoyal Hawaiian
EST Kntiro Change of Programme.-
Tickets can bo had at the office of J. E.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Bcretania Streel, at
Siresent occupied by A. Elders,
'osucudon jivcn Mav 1st.
Enquire on the premises, or of L. WAY,
Klnuil Street. In reur. 711 tf
rpiIE STOKE lately occupied by .1. T.
X Wutcrliousu as a llurdwaie Storu
on King Street. Apply to
Q lw Queen Strctt.
STOKE TO KENT.
rriHE Store at present occupied by
JL Lewis & Co., Giocers, lintel street,
will bo for lent, May lbt. For parti,
etihir, apply to
Oil aw JNO. A, PALMKlt, 77 Fort St.
TO BE LET,
The Residences of Mr, Theo.
II. Davies, at Oraigside, Nun.
ami Valley, and Grass Cot-
mge, Walkikl. At Oraigside there aro
two distinct houses, which may lie let
separately or together. Furnitiiru may
Iih takou at a valuation. Possession
given about June 1st.
0i lw THEO. 11. DAVIES.
Dissolution of Oo-partnur-
THE Co partnership heietoforo exist,
tug between W. T. Hlioiuls and D.
McKenzfo, Carpenters and Uiillders, tin.
der tho llrm name of Ithonda fc Mclvun.
zlu. Is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. W.T. iqiOAPS,
Honolulu, March 0, 1880.
Tho business of thu above firm will
hereafter bu conducted Bolcly by me.
All debts duo thu said llrm must ho paid
to pie; and all its liabilities will bo paid
by me, at tho old stand, 88 Queen Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
200 lw W.T.HUOADB.
nnn wa will appoint
m 11 HMnmawimmtammm
LADIES' BAZAR, - 68 Hotel Street.
A Special Lino of Ladies' and Children's
will be nfler fil, at remarkably low prices. Ladles' aud Gentlemen's Hals, and
Fentlivrs Cleaned and Dyed. LessonB given In HO dllR-rcnt Btyles of
CST Quito 11 variety of Fancy Goods can also be found at the Bazar, such as
fino Toilet 8oup, Perfumes, Laces, L'mbroldcrlc, etc.
3VI11H. .T. LYONS, Proprietor.
MISS A. M. BU11KE has charge of the Millinery and Fancy Needlework
B. F. DlU.IMWAM,
President ami Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.lmllcil. MurrpMflorN to llllllnclinin A Co, mill Mnmuel .Volt.
- GOOD IVIGMIT "
Prelum Safety Kerosene Oil, 150
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
KIIVG STREET, : : : : Honolulu
lias received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, BoneleBS Codfish,
Kits Salmon llrlllo, Katern Codfish In blockB, New Cheese, Dunce Hams
llacn'i i-. Huttei, Kegs Pork, Lard, Bilker's Wholo Corn, Gcrmeii,
lasi uerm; uai Jieni; uom jicnl; Cracked wheat; Uuckwhcat; Flour;
Uretsltu:: Durett.' Olive Oil: Lobsters: Ovstcrs: Sweet anil Sour lMrkl,
finrtcd Extracts; Boso Water; Dates:
Cikes; hcliool Cakes; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan, English Breakfast
t omet and Blossom Teat; Family Flour; Bran ; Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Biead; Pnmioes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
BfflT" Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantccd.
271 ly Telephone llO.
P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
&r uul OI Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goodx continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kiis Mackerel, kegs Famllv Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast White Oats, Gcrmca; Breakfast Gem and Shreded Maize. Also, n
fine lot of Now Zetland and Portland Pcachblow Potatoes alwavs on hund
Thu veiy bc-l of ISLAND BUTTKK, plenty for everybody.
2S0 I'riccM Ion- nnl Niitittfnction Gnnruntecri.
Iltnc. to Inrmm tlml.iulli'HOf Honolulu mill tlio l'tilillo (.'cnernlly that I lmvo nnpnoit .
olllco la tlie lll.WVnit 111.0CK, Cjuci-n MiiTt, oppnMtiiJIri.M J?i:. lIolfKhlSeJir Co
iiml ln Itu their Inxiietlliiii tf my hugo Block of Irish Linens, Imported direct from Ulfa'
consisting of tho follow Intf : "..,
A Large Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's "Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish. Table Linens,
Monograms and Crosta inserted In Damask to order for very low rates.
Also. !'() lies, Toilet I'flW-iH, (ilium amlTcnClotliM, I'lllow I.lneiiH, hheetliiKS I'rlnted
unit I'hun Law iih, Dinnuhk, llnck ami Fancy Towt'ls, lluck Towelling, UnMcuclicit Dnmiixlc
1)1 III", Ciinihilc und llciiihtltclicd HiimlKei chiefs, Niiitablu for ladles and ucntlcincn'ri use '
Any Length Out.
Aleo, nn ln olco of ItllU'AbT MUSUNS new pnttcms, fust colors.
TV. O. IItOTJlL,lL.,
AROnt for tho YOIIK ST. KI.aX SI'fi. CO., Md.'
A. WORKMAN', lli'lfnut; II. K. llOtl.NHKl.L.
Lost, $1,000 Rewarfl,
A SMALL HOY. about thu Mzo of a
Man, Shoes In Hand, Kmpty Ilni;
on IiIh Hack, containing two Itnilroad
Tunnels aud a Ilundlo of Hunt; Union.
AVIieii laH hcen ho wan blinvcling Wind
oil' thu Court House, with tho intention
of raising money enough to visit
Marry Byng's Barber Shop,
COItNKll KINO AND AI.AKKA BIB.,
to get ono of those far-famed and world,
kers and lnouBtaihu. Whosoever givo
Information Loneerning thu above child
will bu prosecuted to i
lie fullest extent
of tho law.
Foriy.fouith Day of beploher, unti.
I'l'iinutB, F.lghlccu Hundied ami
Fast Asleep. 03
EVEUY Horsu Owner'H Cyrlopedla,
ireutlng of Dlciasei ami How to
Cure tlieiii; thu Ameiiciiii Trotting
llort-o; lire tiling and Tininlug, and
ltcconls of Trotting anil Itiiuniug
Stuck. 00 IllustratioiiH and Engrav
ings, by Slouclioiicu mid other eminent
men. Sold by sulwrlptlonp.
83 .I.M. OAT, .III ,& CO.
COTTAGK TO LET.
In I'ahuna, near Mr. J. I.
Rowm'U'h residence, that elu
L'liut CotUigu hitherto occu.
pled by tho owner, John Hohello, with
lino tlower nm! fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms tavorable. Water connect,
cd with thu grounds. Apply to
&1 lia HYMAIi BHOS., Quecu SU
Jab. U. Hpknckh,
Eoerctary and Treasurer.
r A a.
Nuts; Hulslna; Pear Butler; Arrowroot
UK JIOIIK THAX 100 YEAIIS ItKl'UTATION.
iriiHiiriinNHed for Kxcollcnre or (unllty,
tliiHiirprtHHcd for llurnbllltj in Wear.
UtiHurpaHHud for Ilenuty of UeHtciiH,
Obtained HlKlient AwardH, vlr:
JIKDAI-IIHfiiHt, IKHiind I0; Ixmdnn, 1M1. U(X
Tiililo Clotlmfrom'i to 7 jardn in length, with
uxLullud those of uny other cuuntiy.
lti'lfust ; J. S. 11IIOW.V A SONS, JlolfHst ; T. .
Ltd., Ilrldport, eiik. ' ;J
COHNKll QUKKN t, llfcitAltDS RTUKCTe.
OLD Rags, empty Hottles, Saclis, old
Brass and Copper, etc . purcliiiFcd,
for cash. (88 8t) C. KOHL & CO.
BY a rcspcctablo married woman
(Portuguese) employment with a
family by tho day. Washing and Iton.
ing, or sowing. Apply at tills olllco.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(late of California),
121 King Street Olllco hours, 8 to 10 a.
201 M.. and 2 to 4 p.m. ly
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that piihlio
Telephone Statlona havo been es
tablished In tlio dl&trlctH of Ewa, Wal
anau and Walalua, which aro avallablo
to nousuhscrlbera at tho following rates:
EWA. 10 cts. iiur Mcssniro
LUA 25 ctB. per Message
Ewa Station Is at the lesldenco of
Hon, A. ICaulil.
Walanao Station is atthostoio of M.
Walalua Station Is at the residence of
S. IC. Mahoo,
Wlio, for reasonable consideration, will
tinilcitako thu delivery of messages In
their respective districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bo furnished at tho Central Olllco,
on Merchant htreet.
President II. II. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March 31, 188C, 00 hit
ii ii1m;u mo Hindu of tho UKST HUM! and
ml Mux; spun, woven and hlcncliid In li.
thu nutturiiM uovnnlti tin. 'r.ii.i.. n. :
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