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THE -DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY I HONOLULU, H. I.; THXIRSDA1T, APRIL 8, 1880,"
Apt II 8
Stmr Lelmrt from Windward Ports
Stmr .1 1 Dowsett from l'ala
Schr Ltika fioiu Koliolalele
SchrCatciiua from Wnlm.tiialo
Stmr Jus Makeo from Walanno
Sehr Hecia fiom ICunlatt
Schr Wnlbjlu for Mnllko
Sehr Ehiikal for Wnlahia
Bktnc J A Fulkcnbcig for S V
Stmr-Jim Makeo for Itapnn and Kllauca
at It v m "
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Zealandia for .San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall for Maul ami Hawaii
Sell f ICiilamnuu for liiiknlati
Schr lleeln fur ICuolan
Sehr Ltika for Koliolalele
From Wludwnid Polls, per steamer
Lelma, April 8th II P Wood, Mr Wll
llanis and 1 dock.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk Ladies' Baznr is about
migrate to 88 Fort shirt.
Tin: Hie jiolico meet at tin1 ball of
Enginu Co. No. 2, this evening.
Tin: mails by thu Zealandia elouo
at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Mil. Noble will speak at 12:30 to
morrow, in front of tlio Honolulu
Wokk of diHcbaiging and loading
the B. H. Zealandia wass continued
all last night,
Princess Likeliko holds a rcce)tiou
at her residence, Maikiki, this after
noon, from 3 to C O'clock.
Tim Peoplo's Ieo and Refrigerating
Goinpimy iuo paying a dividend of
one dollar per share, to-morrow.
Mbsshh. E. P. Adams & Co., tell
tho household furniture of Mr. L.
Mytingcr, 31 Alakea street, at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tun regular quartcily meeting of
tho Stockholders of 0. Brewer it Co.,
will bo held at the Company's office,
Queen street, to-morrow morning at
Among tho numerous passengers
leaving by tho Zealandia to-morrow
aro Miss Annie and Miss Elizabeth
Dowsett, who go to the United States
to coniplcto thoir education.
OpricKR Wm. Toll this afternoon
captured 3G5 tins of opium, besides
implements, sundry arms and am
munition, together with two prison
ers, at tho Chineso shop on Queen
stieet near Richard.
This evening a farewell supper and
concert will bo given at tho Hawaiian
Hotel, to tho guests who departed by
tho Zealandia to-morrow. A natio
btring band has been engaged to furn
ish music for tho occasion.
A qui:at variety of things, includ
ing groceries, dry goods, hoios and
wagon, of which full particular aie
given in an advertihoment, will bo
sold by Mr. Lyons at his regular cash
sale, to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock,
Tun barkentino J. A. Falkenborg,
which arrived hero lately with coal
from Newcastle, N. S. W., sailed for
San Francisco in ballast this morn
ing, heeauso Captain Fuller, Harbor
Master, refused tho veshel a certificate
to take sugar.
Mil. F. M. JIatob, barrister, and his
sister Miss Ualcji, am among the
largo number of people going away
by tho Zealandia. They aro.go'ng
on a visit to their homo at Ports
mouth, New Hampshire, to stay for
about six months. ,
Mb. Fred. W. Millis's closing per
formance and benefit to-night should
not bo missed. An exceptionally
good programme is promised. It
will doubtless be long before such
another opportunity will bo had for
studying a marvellous doolopinont
of vocal organs.
Last ovoning's meeting at Fort'
street chuich was fery interesting.
Itov. W,. , C. .lorrilt, Principal of
Oahu College,; rendii' woll-pVcpared
paper on ''Educational 'and Mission
ary Work. Prof. Frear, of tho samu
College, lead tho monthly report of
missionary work, while Mr. Wnit
Noblo treated tho congregation ttni
recital of some of his ovungolUtiu
oxperieneo in London,
Mu. Simonson. mirsor of tho Hall,
being very modest, would not tell of
an accident 'that occuied at llono
apu, hist Monday morning, and his
gallant action at tho time. Mrs.
Buck, while getting into ono of tho
steamer's boats, tit tho binding of the
abovo placo, fell orcrboiml. Tho sea
was running high and the lady would
probably havo been drowned if
Simonson had not gono to tho rescue.
Mu. Thomas E. Wall, proprietor of
thu Yosemito skating rink, leaves by
Hio steamship Maraioa next week,
for tho Colonies. Tom says ho w to
bo gonu a year or two, and is going
on business tho natuio of which ho
will not toll. It is thought, however,
by those who know him well that ho
might havo met a Sydney hello on
ono of the colonial bound steamers.
During tho absence of Mr. Wall his
brother William will manage tho
An oxtreinely pleasantlittlo dinner
paitv assembled last evening at the
residence of His Excellency C. T.
(Julick, Minister of the Interior, to
do honor to It. W. Irwin, Esq., Ha
waiian Consul to Japan. In addi
tion to tho gentleman just named,
Mr. Tar Ando, Japanese Consul
Genornl to Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs.
Naeayama, Minister Neumann and
Mrs. Neumann, and Mr. W. O. Irwin
were also guests of tho occasion. Tho
genial host and hostess entertained
in -i way to make it a season of real
enjoyment to tho fortunate guests.
A company of young Howaiians
heightened the pleasuio by playing
on stringed instruments and singing
a propamine of popular airs ami
plaintive native songs.
S. M. Cakti:u it Co., havo received
some good charcoal ft out the Island
of Hawaii. JJ1 lin
Yum Yum I Come and gratify your
sweet tooth. The ilncst Cream Con-
dies and Chewing Gum, just opened
at tho Elite Ice Cream Pallors 1
Sam: or Sai.vaok Goods. &.. J.
II. McCooey, of tho firm of Bucha
nan, Pearson it Co., London it Mel
bourne, has arrived with a largo lot
of goods purchased from tho great
Hie of Messrs. Whitoly. it Co., Wcst
Iiiii ii Grove, London, consisting of
English and Scotch tweeds, silks,
satins, Ficnch and Paisley bhawls,
lii-di lino is, table cloths, towels, etc.
Tho above goods will bo sold at great
h.ugaiiiM, as Mr. McCooey leaves for
Australia as toon as possible. All
goods are warranted sound and per
fect. Will bo offered for inspection
in a few days. 1)5 Ct
FAREWELL TO MRS. SOUTHWICK.
Mrs. Southwick, who has labored
assiduously and successfully for some
years past for tho sphitual good and
moral elevation of the youth of this
city, being about to take her depart
ure for the United States, was met at
her residence on Saturday evening,
the 3rd instant, by the elder members
of the Young People's Christian
Temperance- Union, and on tho fol
lowing Monday afternoon bv the
younger members of tho saino so
ciety, for tho purposo of exchanging
farewell greetings. Both meetings
were coidial and affectionate A
main feature of tho first was a little
speech by Master Freddio Hammer,
a little gentleman of tender years,
who spoke about as follows: "Mrs.
Southwick, I beg leave to moke a
few remarks. Although young in
life, my oxperienco has taught mo
that the best of friends must part.
As I know it is God's will that you
should go abroad, perhaps to labor
with children in other places, I thank
you with my wholo heart, on behalf
of tho Young Yeoplo's Christian
Temperance Union, for tho pleasant
hours wo havo spent together. I hopo
you will remember us in your prayers
whoiever you go, and as for my part'
I.will do the sanio towards you. If
wo should ever meet again, I hopo
you will find that I havo never broken
tho pledge not to snioko or drink
liquois. God bless you wherever you
go." Tho simple and unequivocal
language of this little speech aptly
oxpiessed tho unanimous feeling of
thu little people towaids Mrs. South
wick. Master Freddio also presented,
on his own account, a collar button
and banglo as a token of lemeniber
ance. SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM.
TiiintsnAY, April 8th.
Before MeCully, J.
THE WAI.KElt TMAL.
(Tho witnesses called yesterday
afternoon, subsequent to tho ropoit
in tho Bulletin, wore: P. 0. Sulli
van, W. 11. Placo, John do Graves,
Manuel Phillips, Lciiiloha, Officer
Molutonsiind I. B. Peterson.) Tho
following sttitomoitts, in addition to
those hi ought forward at tho trial in
Febiuary, wore elicited from Mr.
Pctetbon, on his Cioss-examination :
I icmembcr C. M. Tripp taking mo
homo ono time last September. Wont
into a small loom in tho stable, used
for tho servant. It was between 8
and 10 in tho foienoon. Did not
make any suggestions to Mr. Tiipp
about lobbine: tho Post Olllcc. Ho
did. He was the only ono who evor
made tho suggestion except Walker.
Ho sjioko about tho quantity of
money, and saidlit would bo a good
thiiif, to get. I cannot remember
what answer I maUo. I was not well
that day. Had a bad headache. I
do not" think tho subject was men
tioned between mo and Mr. Tripp on
a subsequent day, I do not lemembor
wheio I met Mr. Tripp, a few days
afteiwitids. Ho spoko of it again, I
io not know when. Ho suggested
it. I never did. The second timo it
was talked of, I do not lemoniber tho
circumstance. Ho had boon borrow
ing money from mo, and was very
peisistont when ho wanted it, I
never sought his society on any occa
sion. On the second occasion, I told
lim not to speak of my condition
becauso it would do mo harm. I do
not know of my over having had any
conversation with a man named
Hopkins about the money in tho
Post Olllco. I do not remember of
having had any conveisation about
the money in tho Post Office, with a
man minted Gray. I met Mr. Dar
ling sonio timo after tho robbery, at
the saloon. Ho found mo upstairs
lying down. Ho had boon dunking
ficely. I gave him $5 to go down
stall's to got milk punch. Ho camu
back with tho change. Ho cama
there later in the evening, and spoko
about my going to the Coast. Ho
was too much intoxicated to attend
I to anything. Ho Bald ho would go
and find some ship for mo to go. I
did not agieo to go. He said
ho had money and would help me.
Ho oluuteereil to get me a dis
guise. Ho como to mo afterwards,
the same evening, at my own house.
He biought something to me, I put
it in my back room. I have been in
conllncnient since last trial, and for
one day piovious. I may havo
spoken to my wife about going to
San Francisco. I may have told
Sullivan at the Anchor saloon that
my wife thought I was on my way to
San Francisco, I had no dctlnito
plans or pieparation for going away.
I have been lieie about 23 years. I had
business connection with Brewer it
Co. about 8 years when 1 first caino
to the counliy. I had overdiawn
tho cash account the last pint of tho
time I was theie, Theio was n con
siderable deficiency. Some of tho
shortage was chargeable to the mem
bers of tho firm. About half a
dozen poisons had access to the
cash. After that, went to Captain
Pierco's, I was partner there. There
was no understanding of what each
ono was to take. I do not know
whether my partners consideied I
had oveidrawn. They blamed me
for ovcidiawiug fiom the bushiest.
After that I was away neatly a
year. Thereafter 1 went into the
Post Office. I havo been called to
account by Mr. Whitney for my
books being behindhand. He asked
mo to inako up my accounts several
times. Do not think ho was pleased
with my methods of doing business.
This tioublo had been going on
about a year and a half. When I
first spoke of the lobbery. I hud
been sick at homo several days, I
think the natuio of tho illness was
nervous prostration. Had Dr. Giay
attending me. For over a year, I
had been subject to, similar attacks.
I told Mr. Neumann about tho 10b-
beiy. It was in tho evening. Tho
conversation lasted about half an
hour. I had not sent for him. I
hud not spoken of this matter to
anybody else. Afteiwaids I spoke to
Mr. Dayton ond Mr. Higgins about
it. I do not remember of having any
conveisation with Walker about
leaving tho countiy. The light was
put put in tho Post Office, about 11
o'clock the night of tho robbery.
The light when binning could bo
noticed fiom tho outside. I havo not
often taken people into tho Post
Office at night. I had not been at
Cunha's moio thaii a doon times,
tho last thieo years.
Ju'doi: Pnr.sTON called aiidjjworii :
I am one of tho Justices ofjtho Su
preme Court. I piesided at the
February term of this Couit, ontho
trial of J. B. Walker. (Tho state
ment of tho interview between Walker
and Peterson at tho saloon, was read
from Walker's ovidenco by His
Honor, from his notes made at the
Tho prosecution rested hero.
Tho witnesses called by tho defence
were: Ed. Doyle, Geo. A. Dunn, It.
S. Scrimgeour, Mr. Tennant, J. H.
Super, K. French, Mrs. Walker, Dr.
Gray, C. M. Tripp, P. O'Sullivun, and
A. C. Smith. At the hour of going
tQ press Mr. Hatch, counsel for defen
dant, was addressing tho jiuy. .
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Bcrctania Street, at
present occupied by A. Killers.
Possession given May lt.
Etiquhc on the premises, or of L. WAY,
Klnan Street, in icur, 7!1 tf
STOltE TO KENT.
TIIU Htoro at present occupied by
Lewis & Co., Grocers, lintel street,
will bo for lent, May 1st. For parti
allium, apply to
03 Sw JNO. A. PALMER, 77 Fort St.
IS hereby given that neither the Cip
tain nor tliu Owners of the German
bark APOLLO will bo responsible for
any debts contracted by the crew of said
vessel at this port.
II. HACKFELD & CO.. Acents.
Honolulu, April , 1680. H
WOLFE & CO.
Have just received, per Zealandia,
an assortment of
Groceries ail Provisions,
Dupco Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
C.ila Cheese, Llmburgcr Cheese,
Condensed Milk (Eagle and Crown
Tin Fruits, Table Haislns, Pig Pork,
Boast Chickens, Oysters, Sugar Peas,
Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, .
Corn Meal, Germca, and a fine lot
Candles, etc, Also, an assortment of
Vegetable and Flower Seeds,
AND A LOT OV KIN1S
Hay, Oats, Uran,
u round anu wnoio nancy,
Cracked & Whole Corn,
also, on hand,
Fine New Zealand Oats.
Tho abovo and other goods not men
tioned will to sold at tho lowest market
prices. DO 3w
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Agonl.
42 tecliiiul KL Honolulu.
My most faithful attenllouj will be
given for the
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tliu residents of tho
SU I several Islands of this group, ly
Grand Complimentary Boneiit
The King of Ventriloquists and
Tiiursflay Bveuiug, April 8,
Scats now secured at Wiseman's.
tSTOn Oil oeciulon Mil. M1LL1S
will endeavor to entertain his uiulluucc
In genuine style. A new ami novel pro.
gramme lias been seleeted, and our
society people will be given a most
enjoyable ticat. 1)51)1
THE undersigned hns moved Into the
ofllco of Mr. J. E. Wiseman, wliuro
hu will bo piepuml to fiiruUli house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese interpreting, mid a general
hnlnc. (.10 Itiu) aOYONO.
I'oiittiu'tnr, Cnrpi-iiler A llulldur,
lloiii-cs and Fnrniliile Itepairud,
tiiu Best of Workmanship.
LuUor, J$SJ per lny.
Woikbhop, : : 27 Maunakca St.
HPHK undersigned, Prof. Miinuel Jose
X do Frellas, recently arrived from
San FramiNco, ha the honor to luloriu
thu icspcctahlo public thai, being an
experienced teacliur of I lie Portuguese,
lie is ready to teach the same to any ono
desiring to master that language in all
its purity. Also, attends promptly nnd
expeditiously to all kinds of Transla
tions fiiom and into the English,
French, German, Spanish and Portu
gucjo language''. For further radi
cular:, enquire at Messrs. M. A. lion
salves & Co., Hotel street, or drop a lino
at the Post Ofllce, nddrcssed to
PIIOP. 'MANUEL JOSH ue FItEITAS,
04 lw Punchbowl Street.
XTuwliiouublo Oloalc and
Corner of Alakoa & King Sts.
Feathers Gleaned and Dyed.
The Academic School for Girls.
rpiIIS SCHOOL oilers tho best advan.
X I ages to the daughters of residents
of the Hawaiian slauds.
The course of Study Is modeled upon
that of the best girls' schools in the
The teachers aro Mrs. E. Ii. C. WAL
LACE and Rev. GEO. WALLACE.
Both aro graduates of lino bdiools, and
ate trained and experienced educators.
Girls from 10 years to any age arc ad.
'To all who complete the course, and
pass satisfactory examinations, n Certi
ficate of Graduation will ho presented.
Tho best Instruction in French nnd
Latin is without extra charge added to
that in English.
A few bnaidlng pupils arc received.
Tliesu enjoy all the advantages of supe
rior hoarding school.
It Is tho aim of the School to train
ciilliircrl and retlncd women.
The Summer Term begins MONDAY,
By pciinis'lnn, reference) is mailo to
Mosr. T. II. Davies. T. K. Walker. J.
B. Casile, Prof. M. M. Scott, Major A.
Uosn-. 01 aw
Life in the Tropics
gives everybody a desire for something
cooling. There Is nothing as cool, re
freshing and delicious ns a plate of tho
Elite Ice Cream
made from puro Woodlawn
Go and surprise your folks, mdera
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
pack orders for lec Cream fiom 1 to 50
(marts in Patent Hefrlgorntor Cant, war.
ranted, to keep Its delightful flavor and
perfect form for many lioun?.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fnnov Cakes arc the Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and In great vatlcty by
Ring Up Bell Telephone 182 Or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
No. SB Hotel Htroot,
Are open dally until 11 r.si.
HAVING been appointed solo Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment having just nrrived
per s.s. Mararna, I have the same to
oiler In quantities to suit at unusually
low rates, In packages of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically seuleu tins, tins articio
tSupfu-Ior to nny Uiittcr
hitherto produced or offered for salo In
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Solo Agent.
40 Queen S?'rcct.
THE LADIES BAZAARS
WELL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Next Door to Mclntyre Bros
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER, ,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
IVe av 3-oois, JTiiHt HLeceivecl,
Kecs Family Beef; kegs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Ulock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues'; Smoked Bcof; Boned Chicken; Dupee
Hanij and Bacon; Uenuino Maplo Syrup; Oala Stat Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass nnd tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild,
Clicefc; Ucriuca, and a
General Assortment of Staple .awl Fancy Groceries..
All orders lecelvc careful attention and prompt delivery.
1 O. JBosc :7". Xolopliono 1 T .
B. K. DlLMNUIIAM,
President nnd Manager.
Pacific Hardware. Company,
Jjlmttril. HiirceHNorH to IHllliiKlinm 4k. Co, and Humuel Xott.
Premium Safely Kerosene 0il,--150"
JUST REOJEIVICl. ' , '
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
1 O. Box i!U7.
LEWIS k CO.,
O-r and OO Hotel Htro.ot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New.Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Sauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs Gorman Pickle's; kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, lu Mackerel, kegs Fomllr Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast White O.tt, Ucrmca; Breakfast Gem and Shredcd Maizo. Also, a
fine lot of New Zealand and Portland Peachblow Potatoes always on' b&nd
Tho very best of JSLAND BUTTEH, plenty for everybody. , ,
1'rlcoN lew nnd SatlHinction Guaranteed.
I11KO tn Infm in the I.uillcs of Honolulu unit tlio Piablio generally tlint I liavo opened an
olllculn thtillKAVKH 1II.UOK, (jucon htivct. opposite JIphotk. K. HoffrchlaCKer Co.,
nnd in lie tliflt- iiiciiei lion f my largo slock ot Irish Linens, Imported direct from Belfast,
confuting of tlio follutt ing;
A Large Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known , '
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for Very low rates.
Also. D'OjIlcx, Toilet Covers, Glass nnd Ten Cloths, Pillow Lliicng, .Shcctlngj, I'rlatPd
mid Pliifn LauiiH, IlaiiuiHU, Iluek and Knncy Towels, lliick Towelling, Unbleached IJamssk,
Drills, Cambria and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, suitable for indies nnd gentlemen's use,
Any Length Out.
AUo, an Iinoico of IlKLFASTSIUBMNS-new patterns, fust colors.
W. O. SPBOULL,
Agent for the YOIHC bT. KLaX SI'O. CO., Ltd.' llclfust : J. 8. HltOWN A ON3, Belfast J T. A .
A. YVOUKMAN. Belfast; II. K. UOUXaiM.L. Ltd., Brldport, Kng. Ti
Lost, $1,000 Rewara,
A SMALL HOY, about thu size of a
Man, Shoes In Hand, Empty Ban
on his Hack, containing two Kailroad
Tunnels and a Bundle of Hung Holes.
"Vhen lat seen ho was shoveling Wind
off the Court House, with tho intention
of raising money enough to visit
Harry Byng's Barber Shop,
COUNKll KINO AND AI.AKl'.A BIB.,
to get ono of those far.famed and World.
Tciiowned Shnves. lie has black whls.
kers and moustache. Whoboevcr glvo
information concerning the abovu child
will bo prosecuted to tin; fullest extent
or the law.
Given under niv Hand and Heel this
Forty.fourth Day of Septoher, autl.
Peanuts, Eighteen Hundred nnd
Fast Asleep. 08
TTIVKUY Horso Owner's Cyclopcdln,
Jjj treating of Diseases and How to
Cure tliem; tho American Trotting
"Hnrso! llreedliiL' and Tialnlng. and
Uicnrds of Trotting and Kunnlng
Block. S00 Illustrations and Engrav
ings, by Stoneheimn and other eminent
men. Soul uy siuRnpii"HK.
85 ,T. .M OAT, Jit , & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In l'ahuna, ueai Mr. J. I.
Dowsett's residence, that clc
irnni Cottimo hitherto occu.
pled hy tin) owner, .loan itoueiio, wnu
1lno tlower and fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect
ed with the grounds. Apply to
81 lm IIYMAN BKOS., Queen St.
-,J L ti.X
. it f.9:Ir
Jab. Oi i-kncbh,
Bocrotary awl Treasurer.
Of MOHB THAN 100 YEAU3 BKI'UTATIOK.
IjiiHurpaHHed for Kxrcllence of Quality,
UiiHurpatHcd for Durability In'lVear.
UiiHiirpnNHcd for lieaaty oT UrnlgnK,
Obtained HlglirMt Award, vis:
MKnALH-UeUiint, ISM nnd 1ST0; London, lFfil.lHB
and (Cold) 1K7U; l'urls (Gold), 18C7; Dublin, 1SC5
ami IKS; Philadelphia, lSTO. ,
Tulila Ciotlm from S. to 7 yaids In length, with
NiipMnx to mutch.
Thu ulxnu mu made of the UKST UtISH nnd
Courtial Flax; spun, woven nnd lilrncliMl in Ire
land; thopattuina woven In the Tnlilo Linen are
di-Hlgucd by HUSH AKTISTH, who havo for many
yuniH excelled tlioae of uuy other country.
TUESDAY, on 1'unahou or Berctanla
Street, a Feather and Tortoise
Shell FAN. The flndor will bo reward,
cd liy leaving it at the ofllco of Dr. J.
M. Whitney. 00 2t
BY a respectable married womsn
(Portuguese) employment with a
family by tho day. Washing and Iron,
lug, or sowing. Apply at this ofllco.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(lute of California),
121 King Street; Ofllco hours, 8 to 10 A.
MM h.. and Q to 4 p.m. ly
Hawaiian Boil Telephone Go.
NOTICE Is hereby given that public
Tolcphonu Stations havo been es
tablished In tho districts ot Kwn, Wal
aiino and Wniulua, which aru available
to noiiBiibscribcrs ut the following rates:
EWA 10 cts. per Message
LUA ,.25 cts. per Message
Ewn Station Is at tho residence of
Hon. A. Kauhl. -!
Wnlamie Station Is at tho store of M.
Walalua Station Is at tho residence ot
S. K. Mahoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
undertake the delivery of messages In
their respective districts. ,
Facilities for telephoning from town
can he furnished nt the Central Ofllco,
on Merchant street.
President II. II. Tel. Oo.
Honolulu, March 31, 1880.
I .it. '