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FKIDAY, APRIL 0, 1881).
Selir Knwnllnnl from Koolau
S S Ze.il.indin for rinn rrancisco
Stun- V O Hull for Maul mid Hawaii
Selir Ileum for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0I1R0W.
Selir Kulanianu for Knkahiu
Selir I.uka for Koholalclc
Sclir Kiiwnllam for Koolau
Bktnu Ulscovory for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Klslnore, Jenks
ltk Apollo, Urolli
JJk Chas 1) Kenny, Kahler
Bktno Discovery, Meyer
Bktno Knto FllcUngcr, Young
Dk I.ady I.ainpson, Alarston
For San Francisco, per S S Zealamlla,
ApillOtli JC llmniiiell. A 1) Wilson,
.IT Ballard, F Hermans, AV H Ciovs
man, F M Hutch,. 0 B Scovllle. .1 V
b'covllle, A lloglund mid wife, Mr Colt,
wlfu and servant, Hiss 11 Hooker, Miss
J Hooker, X Hurt, A Hurt, Mls J F
Hallard, O H Munscii, I) W Dellhigcr
and wife, Miss Hatch. .Miss Mooio, U G
Hooker, OS Knowlcs, Ml X Adams,
Miss G Bldrcdgc, W V Gillespie, wife
and 2 sons, II W Schmidt and family,
II P Wood, wife, child and seivant, J A
Buck mid wife, Miss F Goc, Mrs Mills,
Chas Putnam and wife, Mis Dorinan,
Judge Stouey and wife, JJ W Irwin, .1 T
Dine, S Colin, W X Mcliesney. O 0
Asliton nnu wire, t uii.zaiu, jirs .u
A Fuller, G A Brown, Miss X Fuller,
Miss 11 Foster, W J Schockley, W 11
Backus, Miss A Dow.sctt, Miss Eva
Neunianu, Mls li Dowsett, Mis Dean
and 2 chlldien, Miss E Kinney, Miss M
Brodle, Miss S Voting. 0 .T Faddock,
Misllelcliurt, Mrs C I, Peck, Mrs A
Unua mid 2 children, Miss Utinu. 1'iof
D G F.aton mid wife, F E AVhlue, .1 W
Waton, J Aurrecocchc.i, wife and sou,
Master MeBrydo, MU&es McBryde (4),
C S Knoles, MIssMMoiiIson. Steerage:
Mrs De I.ttsk and 2 children, A l'almcr,
wife mid child, II A Pratt, G Fiench, 11
1) Uoberts, Capt B II Hempstead, G
Brackroy and family, Mis M X Kennedy
and cullu, Mrs Lyman mid child, G A
Trucho, J Davis. M Cabrol, F Mclggs,
Y. Lyman, J Klinger mid wife, U G
llmisnian, J d'Oliveila, M Muni., wife
and a children, M do Costa, W Muipliy,
M D Ararlgo, wife and 2 chlldien, A
Marques, wife and 5 chlldien, W L
Disney, M Sev.iges, K Jlaitels, II Baker,
JI Schultt, A Freltus, .J W Protcotis, A
P Olson, W Qtiluii, J Bui ke, U G Wilson,
A V Bownc, i: C Winston, A Jm Boyne,
II AV Hasting, AV M ilealey and family,
IV Smith, C Kopt, F S Smith.
The steamer Jas Makee brought 2,S00
sugar from AValanuc this morning and
thu Lchua 2,800 from Hawaii
The S S Zculandla Milled at noon for
San Fiaitclsco with 22,2na bags of sugar,
1030 bags of lice, 1,118 bunches of
bananas, 1 1 boxes of betel leaves, S7
dry hldts, 44 bills of gieen hides, and
14 bdls of skins. Total value SI87,(i"0.:!0.
TheLehua Is near the Fish maiket
having her boiler rcpalied. She sails
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Yos'smito rink will bo closed
to-night, but will be open to-inoriow
A bi'ecial meeting of tlio Honolulu
Biiles will bo held this uvening at tliu
Tin: Queen's Own, under command
of Cnptaitt O'Connor, drilled at their
.armory Thursday evening.
Complaint is general of tbo lamp
lighter' nightly neglect to huvo
many of tbo -street lamps lit.
Bnv. S. E.
Bishop has been rc
of tbo Bethel Union
Mr. E. O. Damon,
To-Jioimow un extra bus will
learo Dodd's stables at '.i o'clock, for
tlio baseball grounds, and will return
when the game is ended.
At Mr. Millis's niatineo on Satur
dny, under no circumstances will
.anybody be admitted except at the
iront entrance of the Opera House.
Tin: bark Elsinoie sailed yesteiday
jiftemoon, for the South Sea Islands,
with Mr. Edwards, wife and ehildien,
Air. Buchanan and 83 New Hebiides.
Tin: Supreme Court jurymen weie
informed by Mr. .iWico McCully this
morning that they nerd not answer
to their names till 1 o'clock this
Thk goodby conceit nt tlio Royal
llawitiiiiu Hotel, for pasbengeiti do
parting by tho Zeulandia, was a very
pleasant affair, a string band of
natives furnishing delightful, soft,
Tub jury trying Tlios. 11. AVnlker
Jox burglarizing the Post Oilico weio
.only out ilvo minutes hibt evening,
whou Hioy returned with a veulict of
"Not guilty." H is said that only
.one ballot was for conviction.
Mn. Noble's lecture that wns to
have beon doliveied at tlio Foundry
this noon lias been postponed until
t-niouow noon. Tlio sanju gentle
man will nlso speak to-monoy clon
ing at tho Y. M. U. A. to gontlomen
i -- .
A KiitE reported jn the diiection of
AVuialua this afternomi, by thu Gov
ernment Survey oilico, it is learned
by telephone from Hon. C. J J. Judd's
ranch, Leilebuii, is glass binning on
Hoaeno ranch, Mr. M. P. Jtobiuaon';),
Stnur.CTH of Ilor Imperial Majesty '
Quen Victoria enn obtain the pain- j
l)hlel,"Tlio Victoriun Jubilco," witli ,
n cplcuuHi viiroinu portrait oi mo
Queen, ut Messrs. Oats' store, for 75
centx. Fianics can also bo supplied
Doiiii's largo watering cart was
landing in fiont of tlio Beaver
Saloon yesterday morning, nntl while
thu driver was in the saloon getting
sonio totiacco, tlio horses started up
town on their own account. They be
ing accustomed to winding in and out
among teams while on the road, they
inn to Boietiiniii street without col
liding with anything. Tliey were
elopped by Mr. King, near Fort-street
Somi: .10 or -10 iron pipes, covered
witli itfcplialtuni, camu by the Con
suelo, for Humes for Kekaha Plniitu
tion. The pipes wero stored, one
within another, in tlio bold of the
Consiielo, and when taken out, it was
discovered that tbo bent bad Miftoned
the usphaltum, and the pipes weio
stuck firmly together. They wero in
two bundles, each weighing hovenil
tons, find it was impossible to pry
one pipe fioni another with n crow
bar. Mn. Fied. AV. Mil'lis's bcncllt last
evening was given a pretty large half
bouhe, and the audience seemed to
be more appreciative than over. The
performer gave' more original fun
than his usual large stock. Before
intei mission be made u speech be
fore the cm tain, convoying a Ihittcr
ring estimate of tlio people and press
of Honolulu, and saying that bis
slay Intel been ono holiday. His
ventriloquism was the best yet, the
"cvei lasting 'Lali-de-dab,' " us Ter
ence was made to call it, being given
with leniiukable auricular illusion
.and vivacity. "Brother Zncluirinli"
got in some excellent hits on current
Hawaiian concerns, while the duet of
"Aloha Of," by O'Reilly and Sarah
AVnlker brought down the bouse. By
special request Mr. Millis appears on
Satuiday afternoon and evening,
when, if be gets bis deserts as u sue-cch-ful
catcier to tbo amusement of
the community, bu will huvo bumper
houses. He depaits for America by
thu Alameda due that evening.
LI -11 , - l ' .
S. M. Caktkk & Co., have received
fromo good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. 01 lm
, AVkst, Dow it Co. have just receiv
ed ex "Zenlandia" Lt & Dk Cane
Chairs, Xurso it Arm Rockers, Bed
steads, Ebony it AValnut l'olu coi nices
complete, Bustic Frames nil sizes,
Plumio Hangers, hup Boards, Tennis
Balls, Chessmen, School Bags, Stereo
scopic A'iews, Tops, Bats and Balls,
Sheet Music, Songs, Song Books, fcc.,
Sam: ok Sai.vaci: Gooiw. Mr. J.
II. McCooey, of tlio linn of Bucha
nan, Pearson it Co., London & Mel
bourne, has airived witli u large lot
of goods purchased from the great
liio of Messrs. AA'bitely it Co., AVcst
liiii ii Giovo, London, consisting of
English and Scotch tweeds, silks,
satins, Fieneli and Paisley shawls,
Iiisli linens, table cloths, towels, etc.
The above goods will bo sold at great
bargains, us Mr. McCooey leaves for
Australia as soon as possible. All
goods are wan anted sound and per
fect. AVill bo oll'eied for inspection
in a few days. 05 5t
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL
will take a new departure from tlio
legulur older of tilings TO-MOHltOAV
EA'ENING, by dispensing a Hot
Lunch to its nations, and for the first
time in this city, treating tlio public
to tho celebinted Boca Draught Beer
at tho rate of 12 cents a Glass. Mr.
Ja.mkh AViii.cii, tlio urbane proprietor
of tho Commercial, is determined to
uphold tho popularity of his estab
lishment, and will loso no opportu
nity to add to its attractions in every
way in his power. The wholesalo re
duction in the price of this justly
celebrated Beer cannot fail to prove
u drawing card. Tho Beer has just
anived, nnd is tho new brew of tbo
Boca Co., which is now all the rago
in San Francisco. Tho billiard room
upstairs has been thoroughly reno
vated, and tho tables mo of the new
est and finest lnanufacturo. hi nil
lespectii this is tbo most attractive
resort in tho city. 08
On AVedncsday last n party of ex
pel ts visited the boat shop of Mr.
J. A. Dower, nnd were present at
the tiinl of his patent machine for
shaping and bending timbers for
boats and small vessels. Tbero
wero present Captain Bradley, of
the Roynl Navy, Captain Mist, U.
X., Colonel Jona. Austin, and Mr.
K. P. Adnins, who has bought an
inteiest in the patent and will intio
ducu it into tb United States. This
machine 1ms 9 already been fully
described in the papers and it is not,
theiefore, necessary to repeat the
detailed dcsoiiptiou now. Sulllco it
to say that tho piincipal points arc,
a ilexible steel bar which, by means
of a hand&crew gear, is biought Into
the desired shapo, and thu, timber,
after being steamed as usual, is
forced against it by clamps, and tho
proper shape is obtained in tho
shortest possible space of time.
On this occasion it was done and
ready for tlio kpcj in live minutes'
timu by the watch. The timber is
kept in shape by ti cross piece fi.ajlpd
to it, is then released from tho
macjiino and is ready at 'once to bo
plnced in its proper position in tho
boat or yacht. Tho timber being
shaped in one continuous piece,
from gtimvnlo to gunwale, gives liio
boat a strength and elasticity which
cannot be acquired under the old
method. The largest piece which
thus fnr has been shaped by tbo
"Dower" machine Is 0x3, on a
small machine. Many bouts arc in
successful use among these Islands,
made upon this principle, and aro
well liked. The two following let
tcis givo tlio opinion of practical,
unprejudiced men as to the merits
of ibis patent:
I'aelllc Navigation Company,
Honolulu, April 8. 1880.
K. P. Adams, Esq.,
Agent for Dower's Patent .Bending
Dear AV: In answer to your request
concerning the nieilt of tho above
machine, I would say, that our com
pany hao used a number of Mr. Dower's
boats built with this machine and find
them superior In every respect, to- those
built In tliu oidjmiry way, especially on
account of their 'lightness, strength,
elasticity mid durability. Tlio boats
used on these islands am subject to the
must unusual strain and uagc at our
rough landings, and we llud that the
Dower patent built boats are superior
to all others used on this coast and to
quire the least repairing.
A'ours 1 1 uly.
A. F. Couki:,
President and Manager of Paellle
Honolulu, April 8, 18Sii.
J. A. Dowku, Esq.,
Dear Sir: Let inc. say In answer to
your enquiry, that the Pepeekco planta
tion has two of your surl Bouts In use
for loading sugars at our landing. These
boats wero built under your patent
process for bending and shaping thu
b rs, mid I am pleased to say that they
ate clviii!? perfect satisfaction. They
are lighter than the ordinary surf boat,
and therefore thu more easily handled.
They nrc nl.so, from tho formation of
the timbers In onu continuous piece
without bieak at the Moor, much more
clastic than other bouts, mid, as well as
t can judgo thus far, are more durable.
, A'ours truly,
(Signed) C. Afo.no,
Owner of Pepeekco Plantation.
Capt. Mist has purchased a half
interest in this patent for Great
Britain, and active measures will
shortly be taken for its introduction
A PLEASANT PARTY.
Tho Japanese Consulate was the
scene last night of one of the most
pleasant if not the most so and
agreeable gatherings ever held in
this city. Invitations had been
issutd by Mr. and Mrs. T aro Ando,
the Japanese .Commissioner and
wife, to a limited number of our
best people, who becan to fill the
hospitable mansion at about 8
o'clock. Tho driveway nnd house
were illuminated in a very hand
some manner, with a profusion of
Japanese lanterns; the interior of
the house was tastefully decorated
with evergreens, flowers, etc. ; the
hostess and host wero ably assisted
by tho Misses Austin, who kindly
introduced the guests. After an
hour or two of social chat, refresh
ments were bountifully served, and
about 11 i. m. the guests departed,
all agreeing that it was a very en
joyable party. Among those pre
sent were: II. R. II. Princess Li
liuokalnni, II. R. II. Princess Like
like, Hon. A. S. Clcgliorn, Acting
Governor; His Ex. AV. M. Gibson,
His Ex. C. T. Gulick nnd wife, His
Ex. John M. Ivnpcna and wifo, His
Ex. Paul Neumann, lion. A. F.
Judd, Hon. L. McCully, His Ex.
Geo. AV. Merrill, U. S. Minister,
and wife ; Major AVodehouse, II. II.
M. Commissioner; Mous. II. Fccr,
French Commissioner, nnd fnmily ;
Senhor A. deS. Cnnavarro, Poitu
gueso Commissioner; Mr. II. F.
Glade, German Consul, and wife ;
Mr. R. "W. Laine, Consul for Mex
ico and Spain, and Mrs. Laine ; Mr.
J. F. Ilackfeld, Russian Consul ;
Mr. Geo. M. Irwjn, Hawaiian Charge
iV Affaires in Japan; Hon. C. R.
Bishop. Hon. S. M. Damon, wife
and mother ; Rev. J. A. Crtizan and
wife, Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., and
wife, Rev. E. C. Oggel and wifo,
Prof. M. M. Scott and wife, Mr.
AV. G. Irwin and Miss Irwin, Col.
C. Spreckcls nnd wife, Col. J.
Austin nnd fnmily, Major A. Rosa,
Capt. II. Poor, Mrs. Lnura Dick
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. 0. Atwnter,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowers, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Carter and many others.
DEPARTURE OF THE ZEALANDIA.
A gayer sight has seldom been
seen in Honolulu than the departure
of the Oceanic S. S. Co. 'a Cealamlia
at noon to-day. There was a dense
crowd on the wharf, a lai(;e propor
tion of the multitude lmvinj,' come
to take leave of departing friends.
Many of the eight or ten score of
passengers on tho decks of tho
majestic ship wero adorned witli
leis or carried bouquets, composing,
with the iiidiant countenances and
variegated appaicl, u striking vision
of beauty. AVhcn the lines were
cast off, and tlio bugo bulk of tho
loidly craft swung out from tho
dock, theie was such a waving of
bandkci chiefs fiom ship nnd shoro
y.s cannot bo compared to anything
else. The long and deep bull was
skilfully headed out Into the chan
nel, getting off in guind stylo with
very little delay.
Besides her largo passenger list
the steamer had a good load of
Bijgar ??,?03 bags, qf which 1G,
ouo woro tmippcu
Co,, 4,fi00 by'H. A. AVIdomnnn, 920
by Ilyman Bros., and 118 by others.
She had nlso n heavy mail, compris
ing 4,280 letters and 1,501 papers.
The late letter basr was kept open
until a quarter of an hour before
the steamer's departure.
THAT OPIUM SEIZURE.
The seizure of opium, mentioned
in yesterday's issue, was not at
n Chinamnn's shop as there stated,
but nt the house of a native named
Hooponopono, comer of Queen and
rKichnrds streets. Putt of the seizure
was the 88 tins, for the possession
of which John Degravcs, hackman,
is now undergoing sentence. This
lot was stolen from a box in the gar
ret of the Station House, by a
ptisoncr employed in doing chores
there. Besides these two culprits,
a young girl, caught in .Iloopono
pono's house with opium and smok
ing apparatus, was arrested. All
three received heavy sentences in
the Police Court this morning. In
nil 151 tins were bagged by Olllccr
Tell in this descent upon opium
mongers. As nearly three-fourths
of the quantity is seized a second
time, a nice point arises as to the
division of rewards.
TitcnsDAV, April 8th.
X. McDonald, drunkenness, S.
E. Moore and D. Hairy, disor
derly conduct on bail; Elsinorc, 21
hours' imprisonment and SI costs
Knelia, larceny of liquor from
S. S. Zealandia, hard labor for
three mouths and SI. 50 costs.
Nine natives, deserting contract
service with Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company one lined
810, three $5, nnd the other five
ordered to return to work. Costs
Fkiday, April 0.
Hooponopono pleaded guilty to
ISO tins of opium in possession, Sid
offense, and was sentenced to pay
$2o0 witli imprisonment at hard la
bor for one year. Costs SI.
Kahoea (w.) pleaded guilty to
having opium in possession, nnd was
lined 850 and 81 costs, with 20 days'
Kolii, larceny of 88 tins of opium
belonging to tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, he being a prisoner under two
sentencesfor larceny of nnimnls and
other thieving pleading guilty was
lined $25, costs SI, with hard labor
for two years.
All Chung and Young Tow, distur
bing quiet of night, lined SO each
Tlios. McGilllin, disorderly con
duct, 21 hours nt hard labor.
Thos. II. Norton, on the evidence
of Dr. AVebb, was committed to the
A Kansas man is sawing wood in
the navy yard at 'Washington. Thus
the unexpected happens. He went
there for a post otllce commission,
and up to date can only say: "1
came, I saw." Boston Record.
AAlienever you see a lady with a
very tall hat in the theater 3011 see
a woman who does not read the
papers. If she did she would not
wear the tall hat. Philadelphia
"What is your name, little girl?"
"Minnie." "Minnie what?" "-Minnie
Don't' mamma calls me."
Teacher AA'hat is velocity? Bright
youth Velocity is what a man puts
a hot plate down with.
The right of the Senate to call for
anything it wants has been conceded
by .a great constitutional lawyer.
And the Senate generally gets any
thing it calls for if tlio barkeeper
has it. New-Orleans Picayune.
Eminent Physician "I feel very
queer. I wonder what can be tho
Anxious AVifc "Shall I send for
Dr. Pilcox or Dr. Squills?"
E. P. "No, no."
A. AV. "Or any other doctor?"
E. P. "No; we all go in for
thinking each other such humbugs."
A MONTHLY Dividend of One Dol
hir per bharu will he payable on
the Ctpital Stork of the People V Ice
and Refrigerating Company on Fill.
DAY, April 0th ,at the company's olllcc.
07 3t AY. E FOSTKB, Treasurer.
fixlO Caiom Table, llnely Inlaid; with
Bulls, CueB Hnok, new cloth, Pin Pool,
Outfit, etc. AIho,
JUNCBL.ATT, 4 1-2x9,
with Balls, Cues, Iluck, Plu Pool,"
Outfit, new cloth, etc.
UT Terms Cimh. a
' o. J. McCarthy.
Actor House, Honolulu. to 2v
IT(ih1i1ouuI1 Clonic and
Corner of Alakea & King Sis.
Feathers Gleaned and Dyed,
uy H Uf irwin tV I 37Bm HW iiimam unuo., utciioi. i jiuiiuniiM, jiaieu ai,iooo. W ixa y AiWM
'iHTWWWfi IttHli IJWillll II Hi I in lip
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
OTV FRIDAY, A.XDRIl Ofcli,
Next Door to Mclntyre Bros.
CMS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, : : : : Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Ne Goodw, Xvit Received,
Keen Family Beef; kegs nnd half hbls. Pip Pork; Eastern Block Codfish! Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupce
HniiH and Bacon; (lentiino Moplo Uyrup; Cila Stni Drips; Fresh Now Oilcans
Molasses; Jams; .lollies; Honey, iu glnss and tins; No. 1 Flour; AVhent; Mild
Clime; Oerinea, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders icccivo careful attention and prompt delivery.
J?. O. Box 7. Xolcpliono HO.
B. V. OlM.INOlIAM,
President ami Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Niir-i-Hoi-H to IHIllncham Co, and Hnniurl Xott.
good iv:i:Gm:r.r '
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
1. O. Box 2117.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
IVT unci OO Hotel (Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries;
New GooiN rontliiiuilly mi tho wny. Just received Kegs Snuer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Break hut White Outs, Ocrmcii; Breakfast Gum and Shredcd Maize. Also, a
fine lot of Xew Zealand nnd Portland Pcnchblow Potatoes always on lund.
The very bet of ISLAND BUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
IMcos low nml HiitiHliictlon Gnuraiitocd.
IHKG to Inform tlir I.uillcn of Honolulu 11ml
oilier In tlio IIKAVKIt III.OCK, Uuccii Pttei
and Inwtu llii'lr Insiiccllon ct my Iiiiko xtock
consisting of tliu lollou Ini;:
A Large Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to ordor for very low rates.
ANo. t'0) lies, Toilet drier, (IIiihr nnd Ten Cloths, Pillow I.lneni, Miretlng, I'llntril
and I'lnlu I.nnn, Iiimnisk, Iluck nnd KnncyToncIs, llnck Touching. Unhlcnuhed DiuiiuhIc,
l)t Ills, dinilii lo and lie nihtltchi'd llniidkerchlcfs, Hiiltnblu for ladles mid Kcntlcmcirs use.
Any Length Out.
Alio, an lm olco of 11KI.KAST MUSLINS new patterns, fust colors.
W. O. HIirOXJIL.lL.,
Ajjcnt for thn YOItK ST. KI.aX Kl'f!. TO., Ltd.' IlclfUHt:.!, 8. llltOWN JtfeONB, Belfast ;T. A It.
A. WOKKMAX, nclfant; II. K. IIOUNsKU.. Ltd., Hrldport, Kii. ;j
Lost, HOOOSew arfl,
A8MALL BOY, nlinut thu size of a
Man, Shoos in Hand, Empty liixp
oa his Hack, containing two Knllroud
Tunnels and a Bundle of Bung Holes.
AVhen hi't (een he was ?liovcllii; Wind
off liio Court House, with thu intention
of raising mouoy enough to visit
Harry Byng's Barber Shop,
COHNKll KINO AND AI.AKKA. 1B.,
to got one of thoo fnr.famcd nnd world
renowucd Sluivus. a hnn black whin
kcrs and inoustiiihe. AVhoouver give
Information concerning tho above child
will he proseeutcd to inn fullest extent
of the law.
Given under my Hand and Heel this
Forly.fourih Day of Scplober, nntl.
IVntiuts, Klghieeu llnndied nnd
Fast Asleep. 03
IYUItY Horse Ownei's Cyclopedia,
li treating of DIkhikcs and How to
Curu tlii'in; the Auatlcnn Tioiting
llorso; Breeding and Tinliilng, and
Itecords of Trotting and Itiinnlug
Stock. 1100 Illiiirutloii8 and Kngrav
Ings, by btonehonu'u and other eminent
men. boiu uy 8uirriiiinii'.
85 J. M OAT, JU.ACO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Palamii, near Jlr. J. I,
Dowselt's residence, that elc.
cant Cottage hitherto octiti.
pled by lliu owner, .John Uohcllo, with
line llower anil fruit garden, stables,
etc. Terms favorable, Water connect
ed with the grounds. Apply to
81 lm 11YMAN BHOS., Queen St.
ijpmp unwscit'M resilience, mat eic. tneir respective UHtricts. 'a
iUaisxBi cam uoiuiku iiiiiiuriu ui;i;n. iiivuiui-s mi ii'ieiiiiuuiuc iroiu town "
ed with the grounds. Aunty lo President II. 11. Tel. Co, ';
Jas. Q. Si'KNTi,. ,
Secrctnry and T. ..usurer.
liio Pnlillc grncrnllr Hint llnuo onenod nu
- t, nprioKlto Mi'HSr. K. HolT.cliliieiarA Co..
of Irlnli I.lueiiM, imported Uiicct from Ilelfunt.
OK MOKK THAN 100 YKATtS ItKI'UTATIOK.
UiiMiirpaHHcd for F.xorllenre or quality,
UiiMiirpoHHol for Durability In Wear,
IJnHurpaMHed for Beauty oflleHlgnH,
Otitnlnril HlglieHt Award, vln:
MKftAUl HeKitHt, Wllniid 1ST0J Ixindon, IM1.1M4
nnd ((told) 1S70J Paris (Gold), IW7; Dublin. ISTA
and Ml ; riilludclphlu, iSTli.
Tiililo Cloths from 2 to 7 yinds In lenirtli, Mlth
Nnpkiim to mutch.
Tho iiIhim) uiu mndo of the UKST HUSH
sDiin. oiMi unit lilpiirlifi! In Iih.
tho patterns woven In thu Tnbki I.lneiiHU)
(icsikiicu uy imoii AiiiibTH, who Iiai for muiiy
jeuia excelled thotu of imy other country.
STORE TO ItENT.
rpHE Storo at present occupied by
X Lewis & Co , Grocers, lintel street,
will he for rent, May 1st. For parti,
culurs, apply to
Oil 2w JNO. A. PALMEIt, 77 Fort St.
HHE iimlcrslgucd 1ms moved into tho
X ofllco of Mr.. I. E. AViscmnn, whero
ho will bu prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo
Clilueso interpreting, nnd n general
biifincRR. (59 (lm) SOYONG.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(Into of California),
181 King Street; Ofllco hours, 8 to 10 a.
"01 M and a to 4 i-.tt. ly
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Go.
NOTICE la hereby given that public
Telephone Stntlons have been es
tablished lu the dlstiietx of Ewn, AVal
auuu and Wnlaluii, which are uvuilablo
to noiraiib.seilbers at the following rates:
EWA 10 cts. per Alessago
LUA 25 cts. per Mcssngo
Ewn Station Is nt thu residence of
Hon. A. Kniihl.
Wahuiao Station Is nt tho stole of M.
AVnlnlua Station Is at the residence ol
S. K. Muhoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
iiiiileitnko the delivery of mesBnges lu
their respective districts.
Faculties for telephoulnc from town
can bu fin nlshed at the Central Olllce. ' '
on Merchant otrcet. ' -,.jf
(lODFKEY liltOAVX, JI
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