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SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 188G.
Jlktno Eiucka from San Francisco
Stmr Llkcllku from.Kaliiilul
Strar Mokolll fiom Molokal
Soli r Kulutiinmt for K iikninu
Schr Ltikn for Kohohdclo
Schr Knwnlhim for Kooluu
Uktno Discovery for Sun Francisco
Schr Llliollho for Wulinen
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkellkc for Knlmltil
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Dowsctt for l'nhi
Stmr Leliun for Windward Toils
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Cap, Christiansen
Bk Apollo, Gtotli
Jik Chns B Kenny, Knliler
Uktno Kiito FIlcMuger, Young
Bk Lady Lampoon, Murslon
From Knhulul ami bv ports, pur
steamer Llkellkc, Apill luth A Unim,
EM Walsh, wife, child and servant, C
15 Makee, E Dowsctt, B II Bailey, Mr
lllll and wife. Father Leonoie, Miss J.
Dixon, Miss K K Daniels, Mr Dayton,
Miss X Daniel. Mr Dayton,.! (1 Forsyth,
II Chinese and 7 deck.
For San Fianclsco, per bkine Dis
covery, April 10th Col Sam Noirls, Mr
Needlnini, X 1 Campbell, MUs Hammer.
From San Fianclsco, per burkciitlnc
Eureka, April 10th Capt Berry.
Steamer Mokolll brought 130 bags
sugar, !1 head of cattle, U horses,
plg, and Ifi green lililes.
The Klniut Is expected eai ly to-morrow
The bUtne DUcovery sailed this after
noon for San FraneUeo with 1:1,054 bags
of sugar, and 1000 bags of rice. Value
Thu hktne Eureka, Capt Lee, anlved
this am, 10 days fiom Sail Francisco
with 23,181 haul bilek, 2120 ltdwood
posts, 2400 sks of Hour, 1071 sks of
bailey, (Ml) sks of bum, 2111 hales of
hay, 112,000 shingles, 200 eases of beer,
175 bbls of lime, 2H kegs of blasting
Steamer Llkeliko hi ought 5,210 bags
of sugar this morning.
The schooner Amei lean Girl arrived
at Mahukona last Wednesday fiomSan
Frai clsco with coal and general mer
chandise for Wilder & Co.
ThoEuieka had strong N V. winds
first two days out from ban Francisco,
then light winds until within 500 miles
of Honolulu, when she lecclved the
The bgtno John D Spreckel arrived In
this port on the aid Inst., 1-1 days out
from Sun Francisco, Cal., with cargo of
general merchandise. She will suil on
Tuesday next with a fulleaigo of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Yoscmito link leopons
night with a now floor.
Tiii: Alameda fiom the Colonies is
not signalled befoio wo go to press.
Wkm.h, Fargo & Co., shipped .$1,1)00
in gold coin and $Gu0 in silver by the
Thk last whaler for tho Aictio, via
Honolulu, has coino and gone. About
17 in all camo heio.
Mk. W. II. Ciossman was entei
taiued by Mr. John Nott, at tho
hitter's residence, Thursday evening.
. Mu. Win. Noblo's subject at tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall, this evening, will
bo "Fast Life." For gentlemen only.
Thk Government Schools through
out tho country aro now in vacation,
and will continue so until the 2Gth
The shaft of tho roller of Recipro
city mill broko this week, and was
brought hero by tho Likoliko for
Tin: Matineo now in progress at
the Opera House is attended by a
doiighted crowd of youngsters, and
a sprinkling of older folks.
Thk 'schooner Ehukai, with -IB tons
of sugar on board, struck on Waima
nulo bar. yesterday morning, and
knocked a piece of her shoo oil'.
Miokatoky Col. Sam Norris de
parts for tho Coast by tho Discovciy
this afternoon. Ho will no doubt
drop Jiis fishing lino beforo ho reaches
1 m '-
Paia mills are putting out about fiO
tons of sugar a day, and tho steamer
Dowsott and schooner Wnilelo to
gether take from theru uhnut 275
tons of sugar a week.
Anybody wanting to go into tint
hashhoiibo business will havo a chance
to tiet tho cmiipnients on Tuesday
next. Mr. Lovoy will tell tho public
jill about it on Monday.
Tin: Hawaii and Honolulu Base
ball dubs contest tho honors at Ma
kiki tjijri afternoon. Mr. Jas. Dodd's
enterprise piovides easy and cheap
j'unvovjuiao to and from tho giounds.
Mu. J. F, Hiickfeld is proclaimed
ns acting Consul for Iorwny and
Sweden during tho temporary absence
of Mr. II. V. Schmidt, who left tho
kingdom yesterday for 11 year's holi
day in Euiopo.
At tho monthly concert of tliu
Bethel Union congregation on Wed
nesday evening next, tho subject will
bu "Turkey," and tho pastor will
deliver an address on, "Wohiinuned
nml His Religion,"
E. P. Aiumh & Co. to-day sold un
der inuitgugo by J. Ten Siau to II.
Ilackfeld it Co., the lenso of a piece of
land on King street, opposite tlio Oo
vemnient nursery, nine years to run,
for W00 to Hofun.
To-moiiiioiv morning at o'clock
tho various volunteer companies will
muster at tho Armory, thenco march
ing to tho Wilder Steamship Com
pany's wharf, to meet tho King re
turning to tho capital by the Minim.
Mil. John llobello, being in iv con
dition of nervous derangement, which
it is hoped is merely temporary, ap
plication bus been made to the court
to put him under guardianship, of
which fact the business community
should taku note.
Tun People's Ice uiuMtefrigerating
Company paid a dividend of one
dollar per share on its capital stock,
yesterday; and E. O. Hall & Son,
Limited, and tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company aro each paying
a dividend of two dollars per share,
- m -
KoitK native boys, export players
on string instruments, liavo organized
a club to bo known as tho Hawaiian
Quintette Club. They played tho other
night at the Hotel and at Minister
Qulick's and will play at Mr. Cuiii
ming's lesidence, Pawaa, when tho
Alameda arrives, if Billy Emerson
At the corner of Alakea and King
stiuuts, within 11 small enclosure ami
a triilo back from tho public thorough
fares, is a clean, tidy, and comfort
able little room, wheio Harry Byng
handles the scissors and brandishes
tho razor with such dexterity, that
tho head and face of an ordinary
biped aro transformed to emblems of
grace and beauty in tho short spaco
of live minutes.
Tin: special meeting of the Hono
lulu llilles last evening was well
attended. A committee of live was
appointed, to make aiiaugemeuts for
an encampment at Wnikiki on 11th,
12th and 1.1th of June; also u com
mittee of two, to iiscoitnin tho feasi
bility of taigct shooting once a month,
and to learn of tho merchants, whoso
cleiks aie members of the Itilles,
what day would bo most convenient
to have tho pinctice. Tho company
speaks of having two medals, gold
and silver, ofl'eicd as prizes for tho
best marksmanship, and to bo won
three consecutive times by tho same
party before ho can claim it perman
ently. Tho order from headquarters
to appear at the Kinau wharf to
morrow, Sunday morning, at 5 o'clock,
in full dress uniform, for the purpose
of receiving His Majesty, was read
and every member agreed to bo on
hand. Several applicants for mem
bership were elected, and tho outlook
for the Itilles is favorable.
S. M. Cakteh A. Co., havo received
some good charcoal from the Island
of Hawaii. Ml lm
Sam: ok Sai.vaoi: Goods. Mr. J.
II. MeCoooy, 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
lire of Messis. Whitely it Co., West
burn Giovo, London, consisting of
English and Scotch tweeds, silks,
satins, French and Paisley shawls,
Irish linens, table cloths, towels, etc.
The above goods will ho sold at great
bargains, as Mr. MeCoooy leaves for
Australia ns soon as possible. All
goods aro warranted sound and per
fect. Will bo offered for inspection
in a fow days. 'Jii 5t
THK COMMERCIAL HOTEL
will tako 11 now departuro from the
regular order of things TO-MORROW
EVENING, by dispensing a Hot
Lunch to its patrons, and for tho first
timo in this city, treating tho public
to the celebrated Boca Draught Beer
at the rate of 12A cents a Glass. Mr.
JamkiJ Wiimjii, tho urbano 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. Tho wliolcsalo re
duction in tho price of this justly
celebrated Beer cannot fail to prove
11 drawing card. The Beer has just
arrived, and is tho now brow of tho
Boca Co., which is now all ho rago
in San Francisco. Tho billiard room
upstairs has boon thoroughly rono
"vated, and tho tables aro of tho now
ot, and finest manufacture. In all
U'spccts this is tho most attractive
lotoit in tho city. 98
FEASTS IN STORE.
AVhcn the ladies of Honolulu
undertake anything, as n rule they
don't do it by halves. It is pro
posed by a number of thorn to pre
pare next week a noon treat for
their uncles, their cousins nnd their
beaux; but not content witli one
day, they propose to devoto Tues
day, Wednesday, mid Thursday,
from 11a. m. to 2 p. m., to catering
for the inner lami with all tho good
things which thoy are capable of
providing and anyone acquainted
with the 'Honolulu Cook Book knows
what tliis means. A tent or innai
will bo erected on tho Bethel premi
ses, on King street, adjoining tho
vestiy, to accommodate tlio many
people expected, and young ladies
will tako pleosuro in serving botli
tlio mihslautials and delicacies of
tlio season. The proceeds of tho
undertaking ill bp devoted, to the
pin chase of a piano for the use of
the Bethel Church codals,
FRED. W. MILLIS.
Fred. W. Millis came here by the
last steamer from Australia, un
heralded mill unexpected, on his
way to the United States. Tho irre
pressible Mr. Wiseman, always vigi
lant and energetic in endeavors to
supply tho public demand for
amusement, interviewed and in
duced him to remain a month in
the country, witlt tho view of
making public exhibitions. Huge
posters, supplemented by tho news
papers, announced that a wonderful
ventriloquist would exhibit on a
specified evening at the Hawaiian
Opera House. Some people en
quired " Who is Mlllls?" and others
shook their heads and shrugged
their shoulders dubiously, almost
saying, " Millis is nobody, or if ho
is anybody, he is nobody but a
humbug." On the evening indi
cated a full house awaited the lift
ing of tho ctutaiu. At the time
appointed ti modest young gentleman
stepped onto the stage, and pro
ceeded at once with tho first piece
on the printed programme. A few
minutes later, and, the audience was
convulsed with uproarious laughter
and the hall resounded with lleafen
ing applause. A current of sym
pathy was established between the
stage and the auditorium, the actor
and tho audience. Everybody then
knew who Fred. W. Millis wns, and
that the placards and papers had
not exaggerated the truth. Subse
quent performances were witnessed
by some of the largest gatherings
ever crammed into the Opera House.
Probably no public cntcitainer ever
appeared within its walls that gave
better satisfaction or furnish more
amusement. It affords us pleasure
to be ablo to make this statement on
behalf of the public. Mr. Millis
leaves by the Alameda, and will
carry with him the warm alohas and
best wishes of many friends and
admirers, made by his month's
stay on these islands. His valedic
tory greeting will bo tendered at
the Opera House this evening, when
something new, novel and amusing
may be expected.
THE VOLCANO ON CANVAS.
Mr. Charles Furneaux, the tal
ented but too retiring artist, has a
wealth of studies of tho Volcano,
at various periods in its recent
career of activity, laid away in his
studio. At present he is bringing
some of these forth from the ob
scurity in which they have lain, and
working up superb oil paintings
therefrom. The collection really
forms, for tho time covered, taking
the views in their chronological or
der, an art history of that great
wonder of Hawaii and the world,
which can nowhere else be dupli
cated. Mr. Furneaux has made nil
these sketches on the spot, some
times having pitched a.tcnt right on
tho floor of the vast caldcra for that
purpose. His portrayal of the
different phases of the Volcano,
running back for several years, is
extremely realistic, giving the whole
scries a priceless value in a scientific
sense apart from its undoubted
artistic merit. It is the intention of
the artist, tho public will bo de
lighted to know, to give an exhibi
tion of thesc-trcasures, in whole or
in part, at an early day. In the
meantime, art collectors and con
noisseurs will bo well repaid by a
visit to the studio, in Brewer's
Block, Fort street. Besides the
Volcano collection, tho visitor can
profitably devoto hours to the Ha
waiian landscapes and flora there
Roman Catholic Oatiikuiial.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers
4 :U0 p. M.
W. C. T. U. A gospel temperance
meeting will bo held ou the Inter-Island
wharf at 3 p. m to ho addressed by
Mr. William Noble.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's
Class in the parlor at 0:15 a. m.,
ducted by tho General Secretary,
pel praise service at 0:30 p. M.
Nativk CnuitciiKs. Mr. William
Noblo, the temperance evangelist, will
lecture at the ICnwalahiio church at 11
a. m., tlio congregation of Knumaknplll
chinch to join with that of the former.
Foiit Stiiekt Chijkch. Rev. J. A.
Cru.an, pastor. Sunday school at 0:15
a. m. Pleaching by tho pastor nt 11
a. m. Mr. William Noblo will lecture
at 7:30 p. m., on "Woman's Inlluenco."
Tho musical servlco will consist of eon
giegatlonal singing, led by orchestra
aiiu choir. Seats lice, and all coidlally
Invited and made welcome.
Betiiki. Union Ciiuhuii. Itev. K.
O. Oggel, pastor. Pleaching 11 a. m.
and 7::J0 r. m. Sunday school, tit tl: 15
a. m., when Mr. William Noblo will
deliver an address. Subject at morning
servleui "A Cry for Help;" evening,
"Money Losts tho Finder Suitably
Howardcd." Strangers, otllecrs and
crows of vessels, iid all others coitlfully
St. ANDitKW'a 'Oatiikdkal. TIiu
llrst eoiigtegutlon will have services,
conducted by tho, Bishop of Honolulu,
to-morrow, as follows: Holy Commu
nion at (! :!10, and morning prayer, with
sermon, atuiilO a.m.; Sunday school at
11 A. M.; evening prayer and cateche
tical leettuo by the Bishop at (! i. m.
No appropriation of seats.
Second Congregation, lluv. Geo.
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Holy Com
munion, with sermon, 11 :10 a. m.; even
ing piayor, with sermon, 7:110 r. M.
Sunday School meets at 10 a. m. in the
l'uuuhoit Preparatory Sclioo building.
Beats free at nil services,
"I can clvo von a cold blto.
said the woman. "Why not worm
it tip?" asked the tramp. "There
ain't any wood sawed." "That so'
Well, give it to me cold."
STKAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG 1'KACOCK (male), lall
very short, nnd very little leathers
on neck." The Under will be rewarded
on returning tho same to
77 tf A. fEhNANDKZ, King Street.
COTTA,GE TO KENT,
No. 127 Bcretanla Street, at
? resent occupied by A. Killers,
'ossesslnn l'Ivcii Mnv 1st.
Enquire ou the premises, or of L. WAY,
Kin nil Street. In rear. 711 tf
A MONTHLY Dividend of One Dol
lar per bhare will be pavahlo on
the Capital Stock of tho People's lee
and Kofrlgeratiug Company on Fill
DAY, April Dili .nt Iho company's olllce.
07 Sit W. E. FOSTER, Treasurer.
Contractor. Carpenter A llulltlcr.
Houses and Furniture licpairctl,
the llest of 01 kmuiixlilp.
JLitibor, $ ir X)uy.
Work Mioji, : : 27 Mautiiiken St.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Palmim, ueai Mr. J. I
Dowsctt's residence, that ele.
emu Cottauc lilibeilo occu
pied by tlie owner, John Itobello, wilh
line llower and fruit gniilen, stables,
elc. 'I eniis favorable. iVntei connect
ed with the grounds. Apply to
84 1m HYMAN DUOS.. Queen St.
" NEW YOllK LINE.
Wll. CHOS-MAN & nun., 77
Broad Miccl, N.Y., will lies-
Al ve-scl in this line, ou or
MAY IS. 1$8I,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March lilili, to Insure shipment by
tills opportunity, or not inter limn April
0th. CASTLE it COOKE.
The White House,
Corner Third unit Howard HtN..
SAN KllACIbCO, CALIFOllNIA.
M.VH. Jniiivs rJLAVliIte,
Formerly of the White House, Xuuaiiu
Aveuue, having purchased the bt. Law.
rence House, m tho above address, eon.
titining SO rooms, all beautifully fur.
nishcii, in suites nnd single, offers man
advantages to travellers to and from the
isinniis. mo House is locaiui out iiiree
squares from the Palucu and Daldwiu
Hotels. Terms very moderate. $?'
Notice of Luttvi'8 Patent.
ALL persons are hereby uotitied that
Letters Patent wvio issued by the
Hawaiian Government to .IAMF.S
RENNEY of Honolulu on the 10th day
of December, a.u. 1885, for an improve
ment In brake, gig and clmlso springs,
and that said Letters Patent wire ns.
signed by the suid James Kcnncy lo the
Hawaiian CnrilagcMaiitifncturing Com
nanv ou the U2nd dav of December, a.u.
1885, wherefore the mid Hawaiian Cur.
rlagc Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons against infringing on
the said Letters Patent.
IIAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'O Co.
Honolulu. Dee.. 82. I8S.1. 208 tf
5.10 Cm nni Table, llnely Inlaid; with
Bully, Cues Hack, new cloth, Pin Pool,
Oullli, etc. AIo,
JUNGBLATT, 4 1-2x9,
with Balls. (JtU, ltuck, Pin Pool,
Outfit, new cloth, elc.
t3P Terms Cash, "a
o. J. McCarthy.
Astor House, Honolulu. l0 2v
ITaHliioiiablo Clonic and
Corner of Alakea & King Sts.
Feathers Cleaned and Dyed.
Crystal Sella forks,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeuited Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrup and Essences.
We Use Patent Stoprs
in all our l)ottlc.
Wo invito particular aitintion lo our
Patent Filler, recently intiodiiced, by
which nil enters used in our manufac
tures Is absolutely freed from all Im
purities. Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
to all parts of the city. We guarantee
our Goods to bu the best In the market.
Careful attention puld to Island Ordeis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 21)8
aiiitnul Telephone : :t0
C2T Orders left with Benson, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We, alto, are Agents for the tale
of J. W. Ulngley'H
188 of his own manufacture, Cm
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Next Door to Mclntyre Bros.
CHAS. HFSTACE, GROCER,
: : : Between Fort and Alakea Streots.
CS-oocIn, Tti.r!4ti Received,
Kegs Family Heef; kegs nnd half bbls. Pig Pork j Eastern Block Codfish j Smoked
Halibut; Ov Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupee
Ilnun and llncon; (.Genuine Maple Byrup; Cala Stat Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Molasses; Jams; Jellies; Honey, in glass nnd tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Chcc'c; tlcnnea, and a
General Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders rccclvo careful attention nnd prompt delivery.
1 O. Box :$r. Xclcpliono 1 11).
U. F. DlLMNUIIAM,
President and Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
l.linltiMl. KiicccKHorrt to IMIllnehniii A Co. and Namuel Xott.
GOOD IVIGMIT "
Premium Safety Kerosene m 150"
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P. O. Box 2'J7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
r ami OO Hotel Htrcot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Ncw.Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Saucr Kraut, kegs Hoi
land Herrings kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Cornell Beef. For
Break fnt White Oats, Oermcn; Breakfast Gem and Shreded Mnlze. AlbO, a
line lot of Now Zealand and Portland Peachhlow Potatoes always on lnnd.
The very het of ISLAND BUTTEH, plenty for ovcryhody.
lrh'ix low nnd Hnilfcftictlon Gnnrnntcvd.
IHKC to Inform tlin I. ihIIph of Honolulu nml tlio Public generally t lint 1 liuvo oncned nn
iillli-u hi tlin IIKAVI.U 11I.OCK. Ouucn Mrwt. oppoHlto .Mows. K. irorff"liln"ccp Co
nnd ln itn their Inniii'ttltm (if my lmo Mock of lrlnli I.Ihoiim, liiipoitnl dnwt iroin rirlfust'
cntixixtliiKor tlio lollowln: ..,
A largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
C TRADE J
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
Alo, I'0 lies, Toilet Covers, Glntm nnd Ten Clntlis, l'lllow Linens, ShertliiKH, 1'rlnlrd
nnd I'lnlii I.iiwiih, DmiiiiihW, Ilnck mid Fnney TowclH, lluek Towelling, Unbleiiched Dumiixk.
UrllN, Cnnibilu and llcuiMitehed HuiHlkerclilefx, Hiiltable for ladles nnd gcntlemeii'H ite.
Any Length Cut.
Aluo, an Imolco of IIKI.FAST MUbMNS now patterns, fast color.
Agnnt for tlin YOKIC hT. KI.A.V hl'O. CO., Ltd.' llelfiwt i J. 8. 11UOW.V SONS. Ilclfnst il,.
A. WOItlvJIAN, llelfiiHtill. II. llOlINSi:i.ULtd.,Ilrldport, Kim. ;i
St'm Candy Factory
71 HOTKL Sl, between
Nuuaiiu nnd Fort Sts.
Has uivas on hand the largest S'ock
of Candies, both Plain and Fancy, guar
anteed to boSTIUCTLY TUBE
Wholesale; and JJelull.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of ii Twenty Years' Kepiituiluii, till
Sizes always on baud, ji anniented
In any Stjlc.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day.
Bell mid Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
P. O .Box No. 70. 108
Jas. O. Spknckii,
Secretary and Tr":iurcr.
OK JIOKB THAN 100 YKAILS RKI'UTATIO.V.
ITiiHurpaHMnd for Kxrcllcnrn of Quality,
IIiiHiirpnHHeil for Iuralilllt In Wear,
IhiHtirimMHcri for Ilcnuty orileNlffiiH,
Obtained lIlclicMt Aunrilx, !;
MKDALS HclfiiHt, 1841 and 1ST0; lrnlon, 1M1. 1NM
mu (tiolil) jsTu: I'nrU (Hold), ls; Dublin, 161,5
iiml l?.';riillii(lcliila, IsTo. '
Tnlilo ClotlM (loins to7iirtli In IpiiRth, with
Xuiiklim to mutch.
The lno mo made of tlio 11KST IltlSH nnd
Coiirtrnl flux; spun, woven mid lileaclicd In Ii,..
bind; tlin puttcniH woven in tho Table l.lncuuio
designed by I1I1HII AKTlhTS, who havo for many
j cars excelled thono of any other country.
STOKE TO KENT.
flMIE Store at present occiinli-il
Lewis & Co., Grocers. Hotel street.
uv nir rem, oiay ii, ior purtl-
. e . r . . .'
ciilars, apply to
JNU. A. I'ALMEIi, 77 Fort St,
rpilE undersigned has moved Into tho
X odleo of Mr. J. E. Wibcman, whuro
ho will bo prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese Interpreting, nnd n general
bindncBa. (nn dm) 8QYUNG.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(lato of California),
121 King Street; Ofllco hours, 8 to 10 a.
-Ul M.. and a to 4 l'.il. y,
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is heieby nlen tliat public
Telephone Stations have been es
tablished In the districts of Ewa, AVal
unauunil Wnlaliiii, which arn avullublo
to noiHiibserlbers at the following rates :
Y: ;:.v :. 10 c,s i,ur mcmuco
J'UA 25 cts. pcrMessngo
Ewa Station is at the lesidence ol
Hon. A. Kaiihl.
Wnhiinio Station Is nt tho store of 31.
Walalua Station Is nt tho rcsldenco ot
S. Iv. Mtihoe,
Who, for reasonable consideration, will
niidertako tho delivery of messages In
their respective districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can bo furnished at the Central Olllce,
on Merchant street.
I'rcsli'ent II. B. TU. Co,
Honolulu, March 3:, 1880, yoi'uj
4 t 1