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MONDAY, APRIL (!, 188G.
Stmr W 0 Hall fiom Hawaii mid
Bk Lady Lampson fiom S F
Stmr Iwalanl (or luin.il
Stmr Jns Makeo for Walanue
Schr Xcttlc Merrill for Iihnlua
Selir Knulkcaoult for Kohala
Schr Italnbou' for Koolaii
llgtno Xorth Star for San Francisco
Selir Calcrlua for Wulniuunlo
Stmr Kilauca lion for Windward Ports
at fl v m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno Cousuclo for Sail Francisco
Stmr 0 It Bishop for lliiinnkun at
For I'ort'l'owiiiciul, W T, per bark
Iloye, April 3rd Jllis Cam Carter. II
Fortnian, wife and daughter and L
For Kaliulul, Maul, per steamer Like
like, April Gtli MNs II Wilder, Miss U
A Caiter, MNs May Atherton, Miss
Benson, V . I Mil and wife, James I)
Tregloau, W 11 Bailey, Mrs Alexander,
Mis A Barba, Chas Iv Kalicu and about
For Illlo and way ports, per steamer
Klnau, April Gth 11H Excellency Gov
J 0 Doinlnls, Hun Saiuuul l'arker, lion
J L Kaiiliikou, lion J K Kaiiuauiauo, W
II Comwell, Jtev II F B Whalley, U O
Bcigcr, Major A 11 llayley, Captain Sam
Nowleln and wife, Llciiteuaut Hubert
l'arker, 'J'heo II Duvics and son, ltov
Father Leonor, Mrs II A Widcuianii, J
O Metcalfe, J D Marlln, Mrs Kapolena,
Mrs A Tol Poon, Mrs Chin Hiram, Mrs
0 Ahrens and servant, 1) 11 Vid.i, M
Sllvu and about 100 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktnc Amelia,
April (Jill Captain M Staples and wife.
Li. - JL . J
The bark Tycoon cleared nt tho Cus
tom House this morning for Wnldon Isl
and, In ballast.
The bark Lady Lainpson arrived this
morning, 15,J; days from San Francisco
with, a very light cargo of nicich.iudiso.
Tho North Star sailed this i- m for
San Franclco with -444 1 hags of sugar,
valued at 845,850.
The sailing of tho bktno Amelia was
postponed until this ! M. She took 1)757
bags of sugar 257 bbls of molasses.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
No ritKSii news from tlic Volcano.
Lodge Lo Progres meets to-morrow
evening at 7 :30 o'clock. Third de
gree. A nnii.i.iANT chromatic meteor shot
athwart tho eastern sky about eight
o'clock lust evening.
Mk. Brewster, purser of the Zea
lniulia, has our thanks for excellent
iiles of Cnliforuni pnpc -s.
Kkad the nqw advertisement of tho
Templo of Fnshion. It contains tin
Tun (Into of sale of Mr. Mytinger's
furniture by E. 1'. Adams it Co. has
been changed fiom Thursday to
Tub Bethel Union Social which
wa's to take place next Thursday
evening will ho postponed until fur
Tin: Zcalandia is loading sugar
with thu aid of a steam donkey stat
ioned on thu wharf, whilo discharging
cargo Hlowly but in good order.
At noon to-morrow L. J. Lovey will
well the indciituio of lease for a piece
of laud, with building, in Munoa
Valley parlicularied in advertise
ment. E. P. Adams &. Co. hold n special
credit sale at 10 to-morrow, ottering
a great variety of English goods, par
ticulars of which are adveitised else
where. A l'ACKAOi: of silk thread on spools,
found this afternoon in front of Mo
Inerny's, corner Merchant and Fort
streets, awaits tho owner's proof of
property at this office.
. . .
Tub hccoml trial of T. 15. Walker
for the post-ollice robbery will begin
probably at tho conclusion of tho civil
cubo of Horner vs. Spreokels, which
is likely to extend over most of to
Mil. Ilohert Leo, who has been the
past two years the attentive and
obliging night clerk nt the Hawaiian
Hotel, intends to leave by the Zea
landia, this week, for his homo in
S. FnuuHorFKii, Kuuia, Keopila,
drunkenness, lined $(i each. A
Hcmenson, assault and battery, $(!.
Joint Campbell, furious and heedless
driving, $20. The above constituted
tho business of tho Police Court to
day. A NBW Human Catholic church
was dedicated on Sunday, March
28, at lvtikuihaele, Hawaii, by the
Vory Nov. Father Leonor, pro-Vicar
Apostolic, who has gone to Waiheo,
Maui, to dedicate u now church
Tub lluwaiiiin Dwarf was in front
of Lucas's mill this morning, and at
tracted a crowd that listened at
tentively while the little fellow re
lated an account of his visit to Eng
land. Thu Dwarf's heard htiB turned
.gray and his feet aro very lame.
Oni: of tho sailors of tho Consuclo
sprained his ankle Saturday after
noon by catching his foot between
two sacks of sugar, a third sack strik
ing tho entrapped limb. Ho was
soon later on hobbling lo a hydrant
close by to bathe his itnklo in cold
Mil. M. I). Monsarrat's second
daughter, Mildred, u handsome child
of 17 months, died nt 8 o'clock this
morning, after a brief attack of
bronchitis, Her burial occurs this
afternoon. Mr. mid Mrs. Monsarrat
will have tho sympathy of tho wholo
community in their deep aflliction.
Mil. J. Williams, chief ofllccr of the
bark Elsinore, while working between
decks this morning, fell into the
lower hold, and received severe inter
nal injuries. He struck on his side,
and although Dr. Tucker assures liim
that no bones are broken, yet tho
patient is unable lo move without
A woman's saving hank lias been
organized in this city to bo known as
Liliuokalani's Saving Hank. Fifty
will bo the maximum limit of
mcmbciship, and eacli shareholder
must deposit $5, at interest, every
month in the hank. Mrs. Luther
Wilcox is President; Mrs. J. Kuac,
Vice-Piesident; II. II. II. Princess
Liliuokuluni, Treasurer, and Mrs. E.
Uecklcy, Sccrctiuy. It is only for
women, ami all deposits will be put
out at interest.
A ri:w changes have mado on tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.'s
steamer. Mr. Nye, lately chief
olllcer of the Iwalani, Iuih been ap
pointed master of the steamer C. it.
Bishop, vice Captain McCaully, re
signed. Thofoiiner chief olllcer of
tho steamer J. I. Dowselt has been
appointed mate of tho .las. Makeo,
wboho foiiner mate has been made
chief olllcer of the Iwalani. The
Bishop, having been thoroughly
denned and renovated, will sail to
morrow nt noon for Hamakini with
her new muster.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Adams, with
two children, will embaik on the S.
S. Alameda, due on Saturday next
from the Colonies, for a iojourn of six
or eight months among friends in tho
United States. Much as they will bo
mist-cd fiom our insular society, no
ono will grudge- Mr. Adams this re
spite from very active business, or fail
to wish him and his accomplished
better half a pleasant journey both
ways, with tho fullest enjoyment of
their holiday. Dining the absence of
the head of the firm the junior part
ner, Mr. Morgan, will conduct tho
business of E. P. Adams &, Co.
A iiaki: opportunity of acquiring
valuable real estate, in a most attrac
tive spot, near the business center
at that, is presented in the sale of
tho German Club building and lot by
L. ,1. Levey, at his salesroom to-morrow
tit noon. The building is in good
repair, easily convertible into an
elegant and commodious cottage. It
is approached by both Punchbowl
and Emma streets, and surrounded
by palm and other tropical trees. A
bowling alley on the premised has
been started by tho gales, but can be
easily put in position again, or taken
down and removed. The premises
aro furnished with a Union gas
machine and chandeliers, to be offered
separately, also a billiard table with
all tho appliances. Whoever buys
the house and lot may, without very
largo expenditure, have ono of tho
pleasantcst and most convenient
homes in Honolulu.
Tun Elsinore will take about one
hundred return South Sea Islands
contract laborers this week, and al
though there aro but four islands to
bu called ut, yet these peoplo have to
bo lauded in lots, on several parts of
each island, because, says Captain
.leaks, if they tiro put tishoro nt tho
wrong place they will bo butchered.
The Elsinore will sail from the South
Sea Islands to Newcastle, N. S. W.,
to load coal for this port. Tho cap
tain says that a man witli u gripsack
went on board tho Elsinore the other
day, who, in reply to a question
Muted his errand to lie the instruction
of untutored minds in religious
tilings. Tho captain offered to givo
him comfortable pat-sago to ono of
the dark islands of tho South, where
ho would have abundant raw material
for his enterprise. The offer was,
however, declined, as tho good in
tentions of tho visitor apparently
were limited to seafaring men of his
own speech. All the same, tho cap
tain's willingness to tako a preacher
to tho hciithcu is worthy of honor
S. M. Caktbii &, Co., have received
wine good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii, 01 lm
Yum Yum ! Como and gratify your
sweet tooth. Thu finest Cieam Can
dies mid Chewing Gum, just opened
at the Elite Ico Cream Parlors 1
Lambs wishing to tako lessons in
fancy work will pleaso attend at tho
Ladies' Bazar on Thursday, 8th inst.
Miss A. M. Burke will bo on hand.
Wbst, Dow & Co. have just receiv
ed ex "Zculandia" Lt fc Dk Cano
Chairs, Nurse & Arm Ilockcr Bed
steads! Ebony it Walnut Polo cor
nices, complete Itus-Fraines all sizes.
Plaque Hungers, Lap Boards, Tennis
Balls, Chessmen, School Bags, Stereo
scopic Views, Tops, Bats and Balls,
Sheet Music, Songs, Song Books, Ac.,
Sam: ok Salvaob Goods. Mr. J.
H. McCoooy, of tho firm of Bucha
nan, Pearson & Co., London it Mel
bourne, has arrived with a largo lot
of goods purchased from thu great
firo of Moeors, Whinly itOo., West
Innn Grove, London, consisting of
English and Scotch tweeds, silks,
satins, French and Paisley shawls,
Irish linens, table cloths, towels, etc.
The above goods will be sold at great
iiargains, us Mr. .McCoooy leaves lor
Australia as soon iih possible. All
goods tue warranted sound and per
fect. Will 1)0 offered for inspection
in a few days. 05 fit
MR. MILLIS'S PERFORMANCE.
Last night's audience at the Opera
House was somewhat smnll, but cer
tainly appreciative, ns evidenced by
the most hearty and spontaneous
applause and frequent encores. Tho
character songs of tho first part of
the programme were mostly new.
The "Modern Troubadour" was re
produced, but considerably changed
by the introduction of a. new song
and several other variation from pre
vious representations, which were
warmly applauded. Even the merry
manikins appeared with n fresh
batch of music nnd mimicry, and
wero frequently compelled to repeat.
At the close Mr. Mlllis, through his
spokesman, Mr. Terence O'Kcilly,
made a comical speech, thanking
the public of Honolulu for their ap
preciative patronage, assuring them
that they should over bo borne in
pleasing remembrance, (which
O'Heilly frankly confessed ho was
in tho habit of saying wherever he
went!) and announced next Thurs
day night for the final appearance.
ACADEMIC SCHOOL FOR CIRLS.
Few, if any, towns of the size nnd
population of Honolulu have more
or better educational institutions.
The well-appointed and ably-conducted
Government schools are sup
plemented by excellent denomina
tional and private schools. Of pri
vate schools, Mrs. Wallace's Aca
demic School for Girls is justly
entitled to a place in the foremost
rank. The character of any school
can be correctly judged only by its
results, and many intelligent mothers
willingly testify to tho satisfactory
advancement of their daughters
while attending the school last
named. This is not a new estab
lishment, making its first appeal for
patronago nnd support; but is of
several year's standing, and con
fidently points to the past ns a
guaranteo for the future. This
school is now in vacation, but will
resume its work for the summer
term on Monday, April 2Gth. Par
ents desirous of entering their
daughters should make early appli
cation to ensure success.
Grand Complimentary Benefit
Tho King of Ventriloquists and
Tlinrsflay Evening, April 8,
Seats now secured at Wiseman's.
tar On this occasion MB. MILLIS
will endeavor to entertain his audience
in genuine style. A now and novel pro.
gramme has been selected, and our
Bocicty people will bu given u most
enjoyable treat. 05 !tt
rpHK underbigncd, Prof. Mutmel Joso
X do Krcllns, recently arrived from
Sail Francisco, has thu honor to inform
tho respectable public that, boing an
experienced teacher of thu Portugue,
lie is ready to teach the samo to any one
dcsiilng to matter that language In all
Its purity. Also, attends promptly and
expeditiously to all kinds of Tranhla.
tloas Kitosi and into the English,
French, Gernuin, Spanish and Perm,
gueso languages. For further parti
culars, enquire ut Messrs. M. A. Uon.
fcalvcs & Co., Hotel stiect, or drop a lino
at the Post Office, addressed to
PHOP. MANOELJOSE dk FKEITAS,
114 lw Punchbowl Street.
TO BE LET,
The Residences of Mr. Theo.
II. Davies, ut Ciaigside, Nuu.
unu Vulley, and Grass Cot
tage, Walklkl. At Oruicsido thcro are
two distinct bouses, which may bo let
separately or together. Furnituro may
bu taken at u valuation. Possession
given about June 1st.
U-2 lw THEO. H. DAVIES.
At tho residence of 11. W. Schmidt,
Esq, Heretania Street, on account of
departure, will bo sold, at public auc
tion, On THURSDAY, April 8th,
AT 10 o'clock, a.m.,
Parlor, .Dining Hoom, Bediobin and
1 Carriaie ftFiiilr Horse
2 Hurnesscs, S.addlcn, etc
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
04 9t Auctioneers,
the Academic School for Girls,
THIS SCHOOL ofTcrs the best advan
lages to tho daughters of residents
of thu Hawaiian Islands.
The couro of Sindv I modeled upon
that of the best girls' schools in tho
The teachers are Mrx. E. . C. WAL
LACE and ltcv. GEO. WALLACE.
Uoth aro graduates of fine cchools, nnd
aro trained and experienced educators.
Girls from 10 years to any ago aro ad
mitted. b .
To all who complete the course, and
pass satisfactory examinations, a Cert!
Ilcntoof Graduation will be preseutid.
The beat Instruction hi French and
Latin Is without extra charge added to
that in English.
A few boarding pupils are received.
Thece enjoy all tho advantages of supe
rior hoarding school.
It is thu aim of tho School to train
cultured and retlned women.
The Summer Term begins MONDAY,
By permission, reference is made to
Mc-ar. T. II. D.ivlcs, T. K. Walker, J.
it. Casile, Prof. M. M.Scott, Major A.
"COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 17 Herelanla Street, at
present occupied by A. Ehlcr.o.
l'IULIIJulllll fttfiltl f .( In
Enqulru nil thu premise, or of L.'WAY,
jviiiini mri-t'i, in n-ir. 7U tf
JMIE rt'lOUE lately occupied by .1. T.
X W.itcrhouso as a lliudwnro Store
on King Street. Apply to
00 lw Queen Street.
STOKE TO REST.
rpiIE Store nt present occupied by
X Lewis & Co., Grocers, Hotel cttcet,
will be lor rent, May 1st. For parti,
culuu, apply to
DilL'w JNU. A. I'ALMEH, 77 Fort St.
JS hereby given that neither tho Cap.
lain nor tho Owners of thu Geinian
bark APOLLO will he responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew of said
vessel at this port.
II. HACKKELD & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Api II U, 18fcifl. p.l
Dissolution of Co-jmrtner-ship.
rp HE Copartnership heretofore exist.
X tng between W. T. Rhoads and D.
McKcnzle, Carpenters nnd Builders, un
der thu llrm name of Rhoads & McICcn.
zie, is tills day dissolved by mutual
consent. W. T. KIIOADS,
Honolulu, March 80, 18SU.
Tho business of tho above tlrm will
hereafter bu conducted solely by mo.
All debts duo the said llrm must bo paid
to mo; and ull its liabilities will be paid
by me, ut tho old stand, 68 Queen Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
a0 lw W. T. IUIOAD9.
-A NEW INVOICE OK
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale in Bond or Duty paid by
M. S. ORI1VJBA.XJBX & Co.,
03 Queen Street. Honolulu. 2m
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agcnl.
'My most faithful uttentiou will be
given for tho
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for tho residents of tho
HI) several Island of this group. y
JTuHliioimMe Clonic nnd
Comer of Alakca & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
TO LET, "
jJUftdL A Dwelling Houso at 51
&mj&9 EinmaSticLt. Houto contains
Ull Vm 4 bedrooms, parlor, sitting
and dining rooms, pantry, kitchen and
bathroom, borvant's room, stabling and
carriage houte. The wholo newly
painted and in good repair. Apply at
MIlS. LACK'S STOKE,,
81 Fort Street, or M Eininit Street.
AVING been appointed bole Agent
New Zealand Butter,
tho first shipment having Just arrived
per b.8. Mararoa, I have the sumo to
oiler in quantities to suit nt unusually
low rates, in pucknges of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically scaled Tins. This artlclo
Suporloi to uny JLSuttov
hitherto produced or offered for snlo in
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Sole Agent.
77 lw 40 Queen Street.
Qen ine Frencii Clare
A Special Lino of Ladies' and Children's
will bu offered, nt remarkably low prices. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Hats, and
Feuthvrs Cleaned and Dyed. Lessons given hi 30 dllfcrunt styles of
t2T Quito a variety of Fancy Goods nan nlso bo found at the Bazar, such as
line Toilet Boapj, Perfumes, Lace!", Embroideries', etc.
ailS. .T. .LYONS!, Proprietor.
MISS A. M. BUllKK has eharge of tho Millinery and Fancy Needlework
D. F. DlM.IHUltAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Muitli'd. Mui'rrxMnr to lIUIItiRlinni A Co, nnd Namuel Nott.
" GOOD TSTIGOHlT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,
Smoked Hnlibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, BonolcBS Codfish,
Kits Salmon Hollies, Eastern Codfish in blocks, New Cheese, Dupee Hams and
lliicon. Kr Mutter, Kegs Pork, Lnrd, Baker's Whole Corn, Gcrmea, Urcak.
fast Germ; Out Meal ; Corn Meal; Cracked "Wheat; Buckwheat; Flour; Salad
Dressing; Dureis' Olive Oil; Lobsters; Oysters; Sweet nnd Sour Pickles; As.
ported Extrnct-i; Hoo Water; Dates; Nuts; Malsins; Pear Mutter; Arrowroot
C.ike; School Cakes; Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan. English Breakfast,
Comet nnd Bloj.som Tea; Family Flour; Bran;. Oats; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Hieiid; Potatoes; Onions; Kerosene Oil, etc., etc.
Ufiy Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantecd.
P. O. Box SU7.
LEWIS & CO, GROCERS,
OT umT OJ Hotel Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goo(N continually on tho wny. Just received Kegs Bauor Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kogs German PlcklVw, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Por.V, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast White Oats, Germ en; Breakfast Gem and Shrcded ilaizc. Also, a
lino lot of New Zealand nnd Portland Peachblow Po'Mocs always on hand.
The very best of ISLAND UUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
PrircN low mill NntiMfuetioii ftnnrnm'ecri.
1111.(3 to Infniin tl I.ndlPR nf lltinoliilu unit tho Public nonernlly Hint I liurc opened art
olllcu In Lie HKAVKlt 1II.OCK. Queen Muni, opiifislto Jli'WH. E. llnfftcliliiivVr A Co
unil nvlto tin. . Iii-peciliiii of iy Iuiko Ktoek of Irlxli Linens, Unpolled direct from llelfust'
conalittitiKor tliu following: """."ciiuM,
A Largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
t TRADE J
V MARK .
Monograms and Crosls inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
AIho, D'Oylles, Toilet Cmr-rn, (Ilium and Tea Cloths, Pillow MnenN, BhectlnirH, Printed
nnd I'lnlii l.iiun, lliiinii(.k, Iltiekund Knncy Towels, Huck Towelling, Uiilileuelicd DiiiniiKk
nulla, Cmntjiiu nml llciimtltflied Handkerchiefs, Hultubloforludles and gentlemen'! use. '
Any Length Out.
AUo, mi Invoice of 1JEI.KAST MUSLINS new patterns, fast colors.
tt. o. i?:rotj:l,:lu
;er.t for tint YOltlC ST. KI.aX Sl'lJ. CO., Ltd.'
A. WOliKMAN, lltlfiiht; II. K. IIOUXSEl.l..
Lost, 1,000 RCTOu,
ASM ALL BOY, about tho size of a
Mnn, Shoes in Hand, Kmply Bag
on his Buck, containing two Itnllroiul
Tunnels and a Bundle of Bung Holes.
When hut been he i us shoveling Wind
oil' tho Court louse, with the intention
of raising money enough to visit
Harry Byng's Barber Shop,
COltNKlt KINO AND AI.AKHA STS.,
to get ono of those fnr.fuuicd and world,
renowned Shaves. Hu him black wills,
kers und moustache. "Whosoever give
Information concerning the ubovo child
will bu prosecuted to the fullest extent
of thu law.
Given under my Hnnd and Heel this
Forty.fouith Day of Septoher, nnti.
IVanuts, Kighteeu Hundied and
Fast Asleep. 03
EVKUY llorbo Owner's Cyclopedia,
treuting of Discuses und How to
Ciiro them; the Anicilcnii Trolling
llorsu; Breeding and Training, and
Itecnrds of 'hotting and Banning
Stock. SOU IlltiiUrntiou& and Kugrnv
lugs, by Slonchcuiio and other eminent
men. Sold by hubcrlptinns.
S5 J. M. OAT, J It, & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Pulauin, near Mr. J. I.
Dowsett's residence, that cle.
cant CottiiL'o hitherto occu.
pled by thu owner, John ltobello, with
line llower and fruit gulden, Mtililct,
etc. Terms l.'voir.blo. Water connect,
ed with the groitjds. Apply lo
61 lm HYMAN BHOS.. Queen St.
- 68 Hotel Street.
Jar. G. Si'ENCRn,
Secretary and Treasurer.
OK MOKE THAN 100 YEAIIS KEI'UTATIO.V.
UiiHiirpaNHcit for Excellence of Quality.
IJiiHiirpnHNt'il for JMirablllty In Wear,
UiiHurpaMHed for Ilcauty orilcHlciiH,
Obtained IIIiclicHt AwardH, vli:
MKDAI.S HelfiiHt, 1MI nnd 170; Lonilnn, IMl.lfftl
nnd (dolil) 1B70; 1'nrlx (CnW), 1807; Dublin lfcUS
und 1872; 2lilludolililu, 1870. '""'". 1M"
Tallin Cloths from 2 to 7 yards In length, with
Nnpkliis to lnuteli. " '
Tho ulioo mo mnilo of tlui BEST HUSH nud
Comtrnl Flux; mum, woven nnd Wenched In Ho
liuiil; tliopiittt-iim Movcmln tho Tallin J.lnon hi-u
denned l,y luiau AUTIbTs), who liuvo for illuny
jc-uiT) excelled thoo of uny other country.
llelfust ; J. H. IIKOW.V SONS, Itelfnst : T.
Ltd.. llildport, Kng. ' ;) "
COllNKll QUEEN It IlICllAlllJS STIIEETP.
OLD Rags, empty Bottles, Sacks, old
Brass and Copper, etc , purchat cd,
ior ruwi. 1,03 or; j, riWJllj iV (JU
BY a respectablo married woman
(Portuguese) employment with a
family by the day. Washing anil Iron,
ing, or Bowing. Apply at this office.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(late of California),
121 King Street; Ofilco hours. 8 to 10 A.
"Ill m.. and U to -1 l-'n. W
- f ,j
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICK is hereby given that puhlio
Tulephonu Stations hnvo been es
tablished In the districts of Kwa, Wal
anau and Wnialua, which are avallablo
to nonsiibscrlbers nt tho following rates:
KWA 10 ets. per Message
I'lIA 25 ets. per Message
Ewn Station is at tho residence of'
Hon. A. Kauhl.
Walanao Station is at thu More of jr.
Walalua Station is at the resilience of
S. K. Mahoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
nndcrtaku thu delivery of messages In
their respective districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can be furnished nt tho Central Office,
on Jlcrchant street.
.. , , I'resl'i't II. B. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March 31, 1880, 00 lm