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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 188G.
Schr Hliiikal from Wnlalim
Schr Kiilamauti fiom IColiolalolr
Schr Wnllel from Mullko
Apt II 7
UgtneConsiiolo for San Francisco
Sum- C It Bishop for llnmakua at It!
Stmr Ivllaiio.i Hon for Windward Foils
Itk Tycoon for Walden Maud
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kulamanu for Koholalclc
Schr Wallelo for Mallko
Schr Khukiil for Wnlalim
Bktue J A Fnlkonbeig for S J'
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Cap, ClnlMlanseii
Jtk Apollo, Oioth
Jtk Okas B Kenny, Knhler
Jk Tycoon, Itlukuby
Bgtuo CoiHiielo, Cousins
Itktno l)lseoeiy, Meyer
Uktno.l A Fnlkenbeig, dinger
S S Zcahindht, Oitcicndoip
Hkttic Kiito Fllckhifjcr, Young
Ilk Lady Lampoon, Mnr.ston
From Windward Foils, per steamer
WO Hall, Apill Uth Diin Foster, B F
Hopke, J A MoKcnzIc, Miss It N Foster,
Mrs M A Fuller, Mls i: Ilnyley. Hon
Jus Kcmi and wife, II Tuiton, wife mid
child, O Ito, J A IJuek, wife and child,
Miss M IlaiiUon.MIss i: M Muck, Mls
NK Fuller, Mrs WF Boy, S .1 Levey,
wife and child, .1 W (tin In, A Knos and
For ICanat, per steamer Iwnlnnl, Apill
(ith MIssBF Hen Ick, A MUliydc. .
It Mead, Mis II It Sni)thc, U H Dole,
Miss M Dole, W T Lucas, 0 W Spit, It
A Mactle, Jr, 0 C Webb, Judge Ilapiikn
and about ."0 deck.
For Wiiidwniil Forts, per .steamer Kl
lauc.i Hon, Apill 7th O C Williams. 12
II Ilallv, XV V Horner, XV V Horner, Jr,
W II "Bailey, Mr Xoisytliu and u few
For San Francisco, per bgtne Con
suelo, April 7th C.ipi Ilnilou mid wife,
W Tallcn and .Mrs M Domingo.
The steamer W G Hall ni lived fiom
Maul and Hawaii April (Mi, with 7,000
bags of sugar, t!U."i bags of aw a, 07 bags
of coffee, L'!) hides, 12 pigs, l! hoios and
127 packages sundiies.
Tliu.I A Falkcnbeig frails to-moiiow
In ballast tor San rianci-co. On her
arilval theiu she will probably picp.ue
for a llshing voyage.
Tho Coiisuolo sailed out of the harbor
this afternoon with u stiff breeze. She
took 7,2-J3 bags of sugar, valued at
Tho bark Cap is docked at the I" M.
Tho Discovery Is fast loading. She
will sail for San Francisco about Satur
The Tycoon sailed this v st for Mai
den Island, with about 100 tons of coal.
Tho Kate Flicklnger is dlachaigliig at
Tho sailing of the steamer Kllauca
Hon was postponed until 4 o'clock this
v M. She will take a new vthalc boat to
Maliukona for Sam 1'aikcr besides a
large list of Height for w Indwaul ports.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Count reports on fouith page.
Rr.cui.An monthly mooting of tho
Honolulu Hides this ooning.
Knui in mind Mr. Millis's final
show and benefit to-morrow night.
JIu. L. J. Lovoy will bull damaged
sugar at his saleroom, at noon to
morrow. Tin: steamer "W. G. Hall brings
news of excellent weather all along
Tin: Queen's Own, under command
of Captain O'Connor, diillcd at their
Armory last evening.
Tin: steamship City of llio do
Jancito is duo heio Apiil 21st, from
San Francisco, ffn louto to Hong
kong. Am. tlio volunteer foieo will turn
out on Sunday morning to lcceivo
His Majesty on his lotuiu by tho
Tiiiiiti: will bo tho usual sonico at
St. Andrew's Cathcdial tliis owning
nt 7:!10 o'clock, with a brief addie.-s
by tho Itov. George Wallaco.
Mil. Williams, lighthoiifce-kcopor,
has christened his colony in tho liar
lioi passage Williamsvillp, and is
growing raio llowois and fiuits thuit.
Mil. C. Hustaco, tho gioccr, is de
termined not to bu luft behind in
quality, viuiety, or frctlincss of goods,
as shown bv his now advertisement.
Miissiih. Wolfo A Co. ato putting
renewed energy into tho giocciy and
feed business. A pciusal of their
advertisement is stuo to incieai-o
Aitmoationh for Jiionoy oideis on
tho United States, Gieal Britain,
llomikouu'. Portugal and her colonies,
per Koyal Mail steamer Alameda,
will close at tho Post Olllco on Fiiday
Two woo-1'ogone-looking Chinese
prisoneis in iions eanio by tho
steamer Hall, yesteiday afternoon,
fiom Honuapo, to seivo out a son
tonco for selling whisky without a
Piukckhh Pooniiiikalani, Governess
of Hawaii, leaches tho forty-seventh
anniversary of her birth to-day. Queen
Kapiolani gives a luaii at tho Palace,
this afternoon, in commemoration of
.Mhimiik I). V. Adivnu A Co, will
till at auction tho household furni
tuiu, hoito and cairiugc, fco.,of II. W.
Schmidt, Esq., ut tho luttur's rod
donco, Bcrotania street, to-morrow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
"Tin: Power of Christ" will bo tho
pubjeet of 'tho puyor meeting at the
Hotliol Union Chinch this evening at
7 :.'() o'clock. A business meeting of
tlit eongregration, to elect a Secretary
and Treasurer, will bo held at tho
closo of tho other.
Tin: regular monthly concert will
ho hold at tho vestry of the Fort-street
Church this, (veiling. A paper on
education and missions will be tend
by tho Hev. W. C. Merritt of Oaliu
College. Tlieio will also be u monthly
leviow of mission news.
A Kanaka working in tho hold of
tho steamship Zealaiidia wasunested
this morning by olllcor Marcos, for
breaking open u case of liquors and
taking therefrom three bottles. When
caught ho had one of the bottles in
his pocket but had disposed of tho
Any ono wishing to learn the
Portuguese language, or having
tiaiislations to make from or into
English, French, German, Spanish,
or Poitugueso, should consult Pro
fessor M. J. do Freitas, Punchbowl
street, and ho will satisfy them for a
Ji'dok Ogden Hoil'man, of San
Fianeiseo, and Mr. XV. H. Grossman,
of Now York, wero entertained at
dinner last evening by Hon. C. It.
Bishop, at his residence, Emma
sticet. A number of others wero also
pie-cut by invitation to meet the two
gentlemen leferred to.
Sic.KOH Campobcllo and his opera
company aie expected to leave San
Fi.ineitco for Honolulu, on the Ma
raro.i next Satuiday, Apiil 10. Six
concerts arc to be given,. 10 securing
a seat for the season and 2 for one
night. The box plan will be open at
Mr. Wiseman's at an eaily date.
Mk-siis. McCandless Hrotlieis have
MTtircil a contiact to sink an artesian
well on the grounds of Hon. C. It.
Bishop's mansion, Emma street. The
site is 2!) feet aboe sea lool, and the
well is to bo over COO feet deep. A
portion of tho machinery is on tho
spot, and woik will begin next week.
Tin: Woman's Aid Society of tho
second congiegation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will meet on Thuisday
afternoon at 2:!10 o'clock in tlio Y.
M. C. A. hall. Tho Wardens and
Sidesmen aie to meet tho same even
ing nt 7 :!J0 o'clock at the residence
of tlio llov. George Wallace, Nuuanu
Tin: Bulletin summary for the
foieign mails will bo issued to-nior-low.
Otders for extra copies should
be sent in immediately to ensure
filling. This number will contain
tlio wholo rcpoi t of "A Trip to tlio
Volcano," rcpoi U of recent events at
Oaliu College, and a full "Local
Mi:. McCaithy has sent to the
Coast for two "Brilliant Noelty"
billiard tables, standard size, from
tho linn of Biunswick-Balkc Collen
dor Co., San Francisco, and expects
them by the S. S. Mararoa. Tho
tables now used in tho saloon will be
told, of which particulars aro given
in nn nd vei tiscmcut.
'I'm: German Club premises wero
sold at auction by Mr. L. J. Levey,
to-day at noon, Mr. E. Peck, Dray
man, beiiiK thu purchaser for $1,(575.
Tho gas machine and fittings went
to tlio tamo buyer for .$25, and Hon.
J. I. Dowsett secured tho billiard
table for $!)0. Mr. J. Paaluhi bought
tho lease of a piece of land in Manoa
Valley, 10 years to run at a rental of
$12 per annum, for $C0.
Tin: building of tho now shooting
gallery has been completed, and Mr.
Geo. Stiatmeyer is thero applying
tho paint, to niako the place look at
tiactivo. Tho gallery will bo opened
either on Satunlay or Monday next,
when tho boys will bo allowed to
sight the bullspye. Thero is to bo
aicheiy shooting for those who wisli
it. This place piomises to bo a popu
lar icsort for marksmen.
Mil. 1). E. Biowster, Purser of tho
Steamship Zealaiidia, has como very
did friends in Honolulu, among whom
is a member of tho Bullki in stall'.
Thee old friends are pleased to see
Mr Biowster in his piosent position,
and aio sure that if lie retains tlio
uibano maunois and obliging dis
position of a doen years ago, of
which they have no doubt, he will bo
a fasorito with passengers from this
Oni: of tlio sailois of tho Britisli
b.uk Tycoon, after ono year of patient
toil, while at sea, made a miniatitio
facsimile of tho sliip Heaitstoiio, of
Glasgow. Every block, tackle, spar,
and all tho gear aio poifcct. Also
tho cabin, midshipmen's house, and
foiectistle. In shoit, everything tho
oiigimil contained is ropiescnted in
tho miniatuio model. The sailor says
lie is going to sea this afternoon and
would. boll the ship for $15.
Wi: had tho pleasure, this morn
ing, of icceiving a visit from Mr.
1'oibes lleeinians, of tho Sviaeiibo,
N. Y "Heiald." Mr. Hcerimius
licing in San Francisco tho day ho
foio tho steamer sailed, formed a
suddon but wise resolve to hco some
thing of the coial gems of the Pacific
bcfoio icturning to his Syracuse
sanctum, mid is accordingly making
Um hf'4 of it feliui't hlny, lit ddlllR
llpiiululu, lloieturna eiulwiird by
While iivo native sailors of tho
steamer W. G. Hall were landing
somo lumber, last Friday, at a rugged
place below Punaluu, Hawaii, one of
them, Kanuina by name, was killed.
The lumber had drifted onto the
rocks, and while tho live sailors wero
trying to get it oil', the ono above
mentioned got on the lee side of the
lumber, between it and the rocks.
The huge pile of boards, bound to
gether, rose upon n high sea, and
was hurled with tremendous foice
against Kiimaua, who disappeared
and was seen no more.
Somk changes have been made
among tho engineers of Wilder it
Co.'h steamers. Mr. Tucker, formerly
of the Kinau, has been appointed
general inspector of tlio machinery
of all the company's steamers. Mr.
Strow, lately 1st assistant on the
Kinau, is now chief, with Everett
and Gaines first and second assist
ants, respectively.. Mr. Sutherland,
lately in the Kihutea Hon, is now
chief of tlio Likelike, with Stole,
first assistant. Mr. Karney, foimerly
first asssistant on the Likelike, has
been appointed chief in the Kilauca
Hon, assisted by Mr. Cot ti ell.
Aiiout 8 o'clock last evening one
of the lamps in C. J. McCarthy's
billiard saloon gavo every indication
of an immediate explosion. Mr.
McCarthy tried to blow out the light,
but tho lire had got within tlio body
of tho lamp, and was binning .fuii
otisly. A largo crowd was in tho
saloon at the time, and they made n
grand rush for the doors, one fellow
going through a window. Mr. .Mc
Carthy, with great presence of mind,
took the blazing lamp in his hands
and throw it into the stiect, just as it
exploded. While McCarthy was cany
ing out the lamp, a gentleman walked
in and stopped him to ask how it
Following aro tlio names of pas
sengers booked to leave by the S. S.
Zealaiidia on Friday next, for San
Francibco: J. C. Hamniell, A. D.
Wilson, J. T. Ballard, F. Hermans,
W. 11. Crossnian, F. M. Hatch, C. B.
Scovillo, J. W. Scoville, A. Hoglund
and wife, Mr. Colt, wifo and servant,
Miss 11. Hooker, Miss J. Hooker, G.
Collins and wife, N. Burt, A. Butt,
G. 11. Munsen, Miss J. F. Ballard, A.
L. Mead and wife, I). W. Dellinger
and wife, Miss Hatch, Miss Moore,
C. G. Hooker, C. S. Knowles, Miss
N. Adams, Miss G. Eldrcdge, W. P.
Gillespie, wife and two sons, H. W.
Schmidt and family, II. P. Wood,
wifo, child and set Mint, .1. A. Buck
and wifo, Miss F. Gove, Miss Gariett,
Clias. Putnam and wife, Mrs. Mills,
Mrs. Dornian, Judge Stoney and
wife, K. W. Irwin, J. T. Daro, S.
Colin, W. N. McChcsnoy, O. O. Ash
ton and wifo, W. S. Hazurd, G. A.
Biown, Mrs. M. A. Fuller, Miss N.
Fuller, Miss II. Foster, W. .1. Schock
ley, W. H. Hackus, Miss Annie
Dowsott, Miss Li..io Dowsett, Elder
W. M. He.iley and wifo, Miss Eva
Neumann, Miss Ella Kinney, Mrs.
Dean and two children, C. J. Pad
dock, Miss M. Brodio, Miss S. Young,
.Mrs- Keichart, Airs, ltoborts, Mrs. W.
F. Fletcher, Mrs. C. L. Peck, Mrs. A.
Uniui and two children, Miss Unuii,
Prof. D. G. Eaton and wife, J. G.
Forsyth, Dr. L. P. Dayton, F. E.
White, J. W. Watson, .1. Aurrecoc
cliea, wifo and son, Master McBrydo
and four Misses McIJrydi'.
S. M. Caiitiui & Co., have received
some good cluucoal from the Island
of Hawaii. D4 lm
Yum Yum ! Como and gratify your
sweet tooth. Tho finest Cream Can
dies and Chewing Gum, just opened
at tho Elite lco Cie.ini Parlors 1
Ladiks wishing to tako lessons in
fancy work will please attend at tlio
Ladies' Bazar on Thuisday, 8th inst.
Miss A. M. Buiko will bo on hand.
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Wkst, Dow it Co. have just receiv
ed ex "Zealaiidia" Lt J; Dk Cano
Chairs, Nurse it Ann Bookers, Bed
steads, Ebony it Walnut Polo cornices
complete, Iiustio Frames all si.cs,
Plaquo Hangers, Lap Boards, Tennis
Balls, Chessmen, School Bags, Stereo
scopic Views, Tops, Hats and Balls,
Sheet Music, Songs, Song Books, Ac,
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Sam: or Salvaoi: Goods. Mr. .1.
II. McCoooy, of tho linn of Bucha
nan, Poaison it Co., London it Mel
bourne, has anived with a lifrgo lot
of goods purchased fium the great
lire of Messrs. Whitoh it Co., West
burn Grove, Loudon, consisting of
English and Scotch tweeds, silks,
satins, Fiench and Paisley shawls,
Irish linens, table, cloths, towels, etc.
Tho above goods will bo told at great
bargains, as Mr. McCoooy leaves for
Australia as soon as possible. All
goods aro warranted sound and per
fect. Will bo ollered for inspection
in a few days. 05 fit
Tho residonce of -Mi. P. O. Jones
in Nuuanu Valley was tho scene last
evening of a party given as a faro
well courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. K. P.
Adams and other friends who aro
leaving Honolulu this week. Tho spa
cious gi omuls and wide verandahs
wero brilliant with ll.uning torches
and Chinese lanterns, and the rooms
wore beautifully diessed with flowers,
Shoitly after 8 o'clock tho guests
over a hundred in number-began to
turive and tho looms were soon filled
with animated groups. A duiuty
Mlppoi WiW Mivoil, n ml ufw htu.'ll
uleiiMint conversation tho ciatts
formed a ring and Fang two vencs of
tho time-honored "Auld Lang Sync."
Tho earnestness of tho farewells and
well-wishes showed how close are the
ties of friendship in our little Island
A visit to Mr. F. Otrcmba's shop
on Fort, above Hotel street, will
be lepaid by the sight of ti variety
of very ci editable att productions
in carving nnd sculpture. Of the
latter there are plaster bust9,
bionzcdnnd plain, of King Kola
katia, the late Queen Emma, and
other notables. The artist's best
hnndiwotk, so far, may be seen in
a bust of His Majesty on view at
Williams's photograph show rooms,
also Kamehamcha 1. btnttics from n
model carved in wood by Mr.
Otremba. Anybody wanting to get
"on a bti9t," and yet remain sober,
can be accommodated by leaving
his pictures nt the shop. Some
beautiful carving on coioaciit, ktikui
nut, and native woods, is displayed
in many specimens; also cement
casts of fern vases fiom an engraved
cocoanut original, which make hand
some house ornaments. When our
repoiter called, the sculptor was
rcpolishing the original of his native
wood statue of Katiichaiucha I.,
that was fully described in these
columns somo time ago. Besides the
aitlelosnbovo mentioned, .Mr. Otrem
ba lias a varied stock of fancy
canes. Persons seeking iiuo Island
souvenirs, or desiring caiving or
seiilptuio done to order, should visil
tlits artist's woikshop. lie is as
sisted in the mechanical work by
Mr. Lorenzo Santini. A Kalakaiia,
Kaniehamchii and Emma are to bo
offered, icspertively, aslhst, second
and third piizes at a shooting match
in tho new building opposite, on
Saturday after m-xt, tlio list of in
tending competitors being now open
at Mr. Otrcmba's shop.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
Tuesday, Apiil (ith.
Mr. Justice McCully presiding.
J. M. Horner vs. Clans SpreckoN,
assumpsit. Continued from Monday,
before a foreign jury. After tlio evi
dence for the plaintiff was all in,
counsel for defendant moved for a
non-suit, which tlio Court, after ar
guments had been lieanl, granted.
Wkdni:si)AY, April 7th.
The King s. T. B. Walker. Tried
in February term for tho burglary at
tho Post Olllce, January 2nd, but 10
nianded for 11 second ti ml, owing to
disagreement of the jury. Paul
Neumann, Attorney-General, for tho
Crown, F. M. Hatch and A. O. Smith
for defendant. Tlio ditliculty of ob
taining a jury was much less than
was anticipated, (he of tlio fust
twelve called being excused owing to
judgments formed on tlio published
evidence of tho former tiial, and one
peiemptorily challenged by the de
fence. The juiors empanelled and
sworn, 1110: L. L. Way, T. G. Tin tun,
A. Young, Jr., G. West, E. C. Bowe,
C. H. Pfoifler, G. McLean, T. M.
Starkey, A. Sheppard, B. Stirling,
Godfrey Brown and E. C. llobion.
Tho witnesses examined up to II
o'clock, weie: O. C. Swain, I). Ma
naku, W. C. Wilfong, 1). Dayton,
Kohl. More, F. Marcos and Kawai
lua. Their evidence was substan
tially the same as given at the former
Owing to the enterprise of a
gentleman the other night, ono of
the klcptonihrellonnianiacs about
college was caught with his plunder
on him. Harvard Ciimson.
Mrs. Southworth, the woman suf
fragist, says: "Men aie constantly
becoming more like women. They
don't fight now when they get mad
at each other.' Sometimes they
don't but then they do not geneially
get revenge by accusing their enemy
of wearing a last season's hat.
Says the United Service Gazette.:
"We aie lequestcd to state that the
article upon the British navy, by
Sir E. J. Heed, M. P., which ap
pears in Harper's Mouthhj Jfain
zinc for the coming mouth, was
written and passed fiom his hands
in June last, and theiefore prior to
the great changes in tho composi
tion of the Board of Admit ulty, and
in the designs of war-ships which
have boon earned out by the present
board. Contributors to magazines
may as well write fiction as facts if
in these days of great changes pub
lishers arc-to keep ai tides in hand
for eight months before making use
A KKW 1NVOICK OF
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale in Bond or Duty paid by
31. S. GBINBAOM Ss, Co.,
02 (jiiecii Blrcct. Honolulu. 2m
'lllE underfilled 1ms moved Into tho
JL odleo of 3lr. .1, K, Wiecnian, where
ho will bo prepared to furnish hoiice.
hold servant-), collsct bills, do Anglo.
Chinese luterpretln;, and a urncrul
buslncBB. (CO U) BOYONG,
nrr a a nncrp a
tJIl.-rifOi lAUrJi.Xlv.LJ 1 jrXuVUJLJi.V)
King Street, : : : : Bctwoon Fort and Alakea SfreotV
IVev G-oocls, .Just Received,
Kegs Family Beef ; kegs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Block Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ov Tonguc-i; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupuo
Hams and H.icim; Uctiuuio Miplo Syrup; Cain Stni Drips; Fresh Now Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Gliccto; Uennca, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All ordcM receive careful nltcntlon and prompt delivery.
1 O. Box :jrJ. Telephone llO.
O & C!
A Special Lino of Ladles' and Children's
53 U tLV X ES It "W EAK!! &
will be ollered, nt remarkably low prices. Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Hats, and
Featlicrs.Clcaiicd and Dyed. Lessons given in HO diruircnt styles of
ST Quito a variety of Fancy Goods can nho bo found at tlio Bazar, such as
llnc'lollcl Soap', Perfume, Lace', Embroideries, etc.
MS. ,T. JOYOIVS, Proprietor.
MISS A. M. DUltKi: has charge of thu Millinery and Fancy Needlework
Dcp irtincnt. 94
II. F. Dll.M.MOIIAM,
President nnd Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I. hutted. Nm-iM'hxoi's to 2ll!lii;:liniii A Co, nint Kaiiiucl .Volt.
- GOOD WIGHT ""
Preiiii Safety Kerosene 01150"
Reccmmeiulsd by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P O. l!o J7.
Importers & DeaEers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Good continually on tho way. Jnst received Kegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Merrill;, kegs Tilpe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
dalnnm IK-lllos. kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. Fcr
Break fn-t White Oatx, Ucrmca; Breakfast Gem and Shredcd Maize. Also, a
lino lot of New Zetland nnd Portland I'enchblow Potatoes always on Irind.
Tho wry be.-t of 1SLAN D BU 1TLH, plenty for everybody.
2801 B'rli-OK low anil SatiNfnctiou Guurnnteed.
rttl.(. to Infiii in tlio I.iidlox of Honolulu unit the I'nbllo pwicmlly that I lime opened nn
nlllciitn (tin ni.AVI.lt III.UCK, Queen Muot, oppoHlto Mci-h-h. K. Iloffichliicucr ft Co
Hint lnlte i lull Induction i f my Iiuku Mockot Irish I.lneiiM, lintiortcl dliect Iroin Ilillasl
loii-iilliitfor (lm fnlluuliiK'
A Largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish TaMe Linens,
C IRADE J
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for vory low rates,
Al-o, D'O.llcs, lolli t CoriH, (Ilium nnd Tea OlotliH, l'lllow I.lncnn, MicciIuki, l'lintetl
and riulii l.iiniit, Hiiiiituik, llmk mitt Kiincy Tow cIh, Hack Tow cIIIiib, Unlileaclicd DiimnKk.
Hi illi, (.Jumlii It; and lit timtllchttl IliindkeichlcfH.siiltablo for ludiet) nnd Kvntlcmeii'H libc.
Any Length Out.
AUo, nn Inoiio of lllll.r.wr JIUbl.lNR new imtterim, fast colorn.
W. O. 3PIOTJILiX,
Auent for tlio VOHK ST. ri.A.V Sl'fi. CO., Ltd. llelfiist ; J. 8. IlltOWN A SONS, llelfust ; T. A U.
A. WOi:i;jtA.N, llelfii-t ; II. lJ. IIOU.NsKLI,. Ltd.. llildport, tiiK. -i
A SMALL BOY. about the 5be of .i
Man, Shoes in lliiuil, l'mpty Bau
on hii Bad:, cmitubiliiK lvo Kiillroiid
Tunnels and a Bundle of Bung Hnle-.
When In t (-ecu he wus hlinvcllng U'iutl
oil' the Comt Jonsc, villi the intention
oi ralslii" iiioiny enough to visit
Harry Byng's Barber Shop,
COIINI'.lt l.'IMI AM) AIiAKIIV SIS.,
to cl one of tho-e fiir-fmntd and world,
reiiowmd SluiVLii. IIu lm black whin
ki.ih unit uioitni he ho-oeer givu
itiformiitlnn idiicciniiig the aboo child
will ho proM'cutcd to tho fullcu extent
of the law.
1. 1 veil under niy Hand and Heel thU
Vnt'i fouith Dny of heptohcr, antl.
I'lHiiuti-, I.lgliU'cn lluudied and
Fum Asleep 1)3
r NEW IOOK
Tji'VKUV Ilorto OttncrV Cynlopedln,
J J trcniing of DWuifes nnd How to
Cuta thcin; tho Amu lean Trotting
llniMi; B ceding and Tialnlng, and
lucords of '1 rotting I'.mt Ilunutng
Stock. M) Ulustiiitlons and Kitgrn
I ii',' j, by Mouchcimu niul other eminent
iiit-n. bold by iib''(rlptloiiH.
b:, .I.M OAT,JU,&CO.
avv. r. In l'altimu, near Mr. J. I.
diSSiw IJowtetl'D residence, Unit el c.
ESiS gain Cottage hitherto oceu.
pied by tlio owner, John Bohello, with
tiiio Hotter and fruit garden, stable),
f'o. Terms ti'voiublc. Water connect
I'd with the groiindH. Aindy to
01 lm UYMAN BHOS., Quceu SU
nv cro niiFB
- 68 Hotel Street.
.Ias. G. Sl'I'.NCKU,
Secretary and Treasurer.
& CO., GROCERS, .
mirt OO Hotel Street,
OF JIOIIB THAN' 100 YKAItS 11KPUTATIOX.
UiiHurpuNHed for Kxcellenre or ((nnllty,
I!iiNiiriUHM(Ml for Durability iu Wear,
UiiHtirpnHMCil ror Jtenuty ofDcHlgnH,
Obtained HlgiieHt AwnnlB, li;:
MKIMLS-llcltai.t, IHil nnil IbTOj London, 1RS1.1M8
unit (iold) lS-o; 1'iirlH (Gold), 1W7; Dublin, IKS
and 1ST2; 1'lilludeliililu, ISTO.
Talilo ClotliHfrom'J to 7 nrdn In length, with
hunkiiiH to iniitch.
Tliu nbou aro mado of tlio IlKhT IltlSII and
t'ouitriil Flux; )iun, toun and lilruclud iu lie.
laud; tlioimttcuiH uownln tlio Tnltlu I.lnen uro
declined by IltlSII AHTIVTS, who luivo for many
ji-uia uxcullcil thoso of iiuy other tommy.
COI1NIUI QUKKN & HICIlAllDi 8TUKR1F.
OLD UagB, empty Bottles Sacks, old
Brass nnd Cojipcr, etc . purclimcd.
forru-h. (HB8i) G. Kdlll.&CO
BY a respectable married woman
(Portuguese) employment with a
family by thu day. "Washing and ltou.
log, or sewing. Apply at thl office.
iia l w
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(lute of California),
Vi King Street; Olllco hours, 8 to 10 a.
"Ill m . and 'i to 1 l1 m. ly
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICU Is hereby given that pnblio
Tclephono Htatlonshino been es
tablished In tlio distiicts of Kwa, Will
aiuioiind Walalin, which aro avallablo
to nonsiiliscrlbeis at the following rates:
1' WA 10 cts. per Met-saco
I-lTA 2.1 cto. per Message
Kwa Station Ik at tho icsideiico of
Hon. A. Kaiihl.
Walaiiao Station Is at tlio stoio of M.
Wnlalim Station is at tho residence of
S. K. Mahne,
Who, for reasomblo conslilcratloii, will
liudeitako thu delivery of iiiessageh In
their resp"cllo districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bo famished m the Central Olllco,
on Merchant htrcot.
Preshlunt II. II. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March 31, 1880, no Jui
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