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MONDAY, Al'HIL 12, 188G.
S N Alameda from the Colonics
Stinr Dowsett from Pul.i
S 8 Klunu from Windwntd Ports
Stmr Iwnlunl from ICsiunl
Stmr .Ins Mnkeo from Kiip.in
.Schr Mary Foster from Koloa
Schr Emma from Olownln
Schr Mnnuokuwul from Kooluu
S S Alameda for San Fnuolsco
Stinr Mokolil for Moloknl
Stmr Dowsett for Pala
Stinr Lchna for Windward Ports
Schr Mniuiokuwnl for Kaneohu
Stinr Jas Mnkeo for Walanao and Kiipnn
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Stinr Iwnlnul for Kuiint
Ilk Lady Juiiip-on for San Francisco
Schr Emma for Olowaln
Stmr lilkullku for Kahuhil
Ilk Cap, ClulMlauscii
Ilk Apollo. Groih
Ilk Clias 11 Kenny, Kabler
llktne Kuto FUckingcr, Young
Ilk Lady Iunpson, Marston
From tha C lonlo, per S S Alameda,
April 10 Mr Pllnger, wife and a chil-ilii-n.
A Mnrtiii. .' Xewinan, G Pujrli,
Vi' Williams, E AVeller and 172 in
Prom Windward 1'oiKpui'Sb Mniiu,
April 11 Ills MajcMy King Knlaksiun,
lion J Kane, Cnpt .1 P Kahalewal, 11
llurger, O X Arnold, .1 U Mctealf. F
Parboil, S Xow'leln ami wife, Hon J L
ICaulukou and wife, Cap-A Jl Haley, 0
OBcrger, J A Ileckwllh, l!obt Parker.
A G Scrrao. Mrs Spaeldlng, Mrs Till
Poon, Gov J O Doinlnis and a sci vatits,
Capt J lto. Amu, wlfo and child, Mrs
C llrlckwood and II ehlldien, 1, Aseu, X
Campbell, W 11 Cuininlngs, It Von
Tempskey, J D Tieglomi, D Crownlug
berg and wife, W V Horner, AV Eliding,
Fattier Andrew, Mls E X Dickenson,
Mrs II Dickenson, and 18". deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl. April
11 Aug Dieler and wife, MNs Euinu
Dreler, Mlsi Emma Mailih.nn. Mis,
Mary Mahelona, Sam Docket, C AV
Spitz, It W T 1'iirvU, 11 S Towii'-ciid,
Lit Mead, AV E ltowell, Miss E Hinds,
E BHof fgurai U, MIssS Pease, 1 Chi
nee and 2 deck.
From Honolulu for Sail liniicico,
per S S Alameda, Apiil 11 L It Mead
and wife, M a II A Itoboi ts. EP Admits,
wife and 2 ehlldien, Col F Yager, Capt
Brndlov and wife, iir : '.uaoi: W Hill,
G Oluf'f. 0 A Bruin, Van It Mulln, .J A
Tllbv, J Ciedefoid and 2 sons. E Ander
son, C Sevc.lnl, F StewaU, Miss Kupu
kinl, M Vlneeios, wlfo and child, AV
Edwards, T Pedler.
The Klnau brought 0,000 bags sugar,
4 bales wool, !!0 green hides, 2 hores,
and 100 packages suudilcs.
Tho S S Ammodn sailed from Syd
ney March 251b, tlUehi' -god pilot at 5:110
p in; stopped for Auckland pilot March
U0 at 2 pin; sailed from Auckland Mar
30, dleliarg2U pilot iiLiiiuU pm; stop
ped off Tutulla April II at 7:'.I0 a in, and
Killed at S::;0 am; stopped for Hono
lulu pilot Anrll 10 at i p in. Took on
boaul nt Tutulla Capt Johnson, ollleeis
and crow of the Am bilg Levi Scleveus
wrecked on Sanwaroff Island. Mar 111,
passed S S Mariposa. AVcather between
Sydney and Auckland E and SE winds
with a heavv soiitheily swell. Prom
Auckland to the Equator, light variable
winds and smooth sea, thence o Hono
lulu, strong XXE winds with squally
Stmr Iwalanl biought -1,200 sugar, 00
rice and b!5 hides.
Stmr .las 1 Dowsett brought 1,'.!00
Schr Mary Foster brought 1,0S0 bags
of sugar tiom Koloa yesteiday.
Stmr .las Makeo brought 2,000 sugar
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
His Majesty tho King is hufl'ering
from slight indispoiit'on, ciuusoil by a
Mn. Mills, Managing Director of
the Union Steamship Company, was
on board tho Alameda hound for
Europe, on business connected with
Tin: Ladies' Uaz.ir, recently opened
in Hotel stiect, under tho limnnsc
inent of Mrs. Lyons and Miss Huiko,
is now located at No. 88 Fort stieet,
jintl preEeiits an attractive dibplay.
. m .
3IK88H8; E. P. Adams & Co., will
sell at auction tlio houtohold fur li
tuio of Mr. Isaac Moore, at tho hit
ter's residonco, No. 1IU Nuuanu
strcot, at 10 o'clock to-moirow inorn-
On Saturday evening two independ
ent urrests of Chinamen with opium
in ixMbessiou weio made. Tho first,
on Hotel stieet, by ollicer Mehitens,
and tho other, near Kaunmkapili
Church, by oillcer Marco.
Mil. William Emerson and wifo,
Captain Morso and wifo, and others
were entertained by Mr. Cummins at
Pawaa Saturday ovening. Tho native
Quintette Club was there, and played
und sang until nearly midnight.
In answer to previous correspon
dence, tho Australian mail by tho
Alumcda brings to Captain O'Con
iior, of tho Queen's Own, n substan
tial oiler of a good military appoint
ment on tho Colonial defence force.
At 10 to-morrow, by order of J. 12.
"Wiseman, jwwgncu of Hop Lee, tho
lease of tho Old Corner lestauraut,
together with fixture, utensils and
other articles for conducting the
rcBtauiant business, will bo told by
L. J. Levey.
Coi.. Sam. Norris did not leavo by
tho Discovery ycsteiday. Ho had
- TTiil i 'PIH'IMii'i ill
rirnourod Ills Dnunort nml enirnKeil n
berth on the vessel, but nt tbo lust
moment, decided to remain ashort.
I'robably boenuso thcro wan a lady
Mil. William Emerson, tlio well
known minstrel, with llvo of bin fol
lowcin, wore tliiougb passengers by
tho Alameda, 'l'hoy liavo not de
cided what they will do on their
arrival nt Son Francisco, but may
join Charley Heed's troupe.
a long timo since there was
crush of guests at tho Ha-
wniinn Hotel as during last Saturday
and Sunday. In addition to about
fit) previously domiciled there, over
00 new names were logistoreil on tho
days named. Besides these there
were scores of transient callers whoso
names do not appear on the register.
Tho haleomy, tho billiard hall, and
the vaiious sitting rooms swarmed
Mn. II. S. Townsend, lately head
teacher of tho Government tehool at
Lihue, Kauai, is in town. He has re
ceived the appointment of principal
to the llilo Hoarding School, Hawaii,
in place of liev. W. 11. Oleson, resign
ed to take the piincipalship of the
Kaniehameha School for Hoys, Hono
lulu. Mr. Townsend is a worthy suc-ees'-or
to Mr. Oleson, and the llilo in
stitution is to bo congratulated along
with its new principal.
To-Monnow nt 12 o'clock noon, a
valuable p-ope.ty is to be sold by
E- P. Adams it Co. It is the pre
mises of the lrte J. M. Daiglo on
PeiiMicola stieet, containing two
bonnes in good lepnir one lot being
IlOOxlHi) feel, the other .'lOOxfi.') feet.
This propei i' adjoins that lately
occupLd by Mr. AV. O. Smith, and is
to be sold under an orde- fiom the
Chief Justice on an application by
lion. W. C. Parke, administrator of
the estate under tho will.
L. J, Scott, who depaited some
time ago by the S. S. Alameda for
the Colonies, returned by tho same
steamer on Saturday. He said that
" the night he left heio tho police
ollieerh knew that ho was going, be
cause he told them so; that he was
t re.) ted well aboard ship; that they
put him to work and ho niado ten
dollais bei'oro reaching Sydney." In
Sydney he says " ho almost starved,
that it is no placo for an American :
they won't give you u show to live."
At last he got a job on tho Alameda,
and says ho is going to keep it until
ho has some money saved. Ho
walked ashoio Saturday evening
with that blooming look peculiar to
his vis..ge, shaking hands with all
tho boys, and talking about baseball.
S. M. Cahteii & Co., have received
somo good charcoal from the Island
The Itoyal Hawaiian Band will
play the following programme this,
Monday, evening nt 7:150, at Emma
Mai eh Early In the Moinlng.... Faust
Overdue The Italian In Algier...
Cavntlmi The Pirate llelllul
IteuiInUceuces of llalfo Godfrey
Medley Echoes of the Night.. . Itlvlere
Polka Calbarien Mlchlcls
AVal.z Golden Shower .. .AVnldtcufel
Two Quicksteps, (new) a. Under
Comrades; u. Greetings.... Faust
The second match game of base
ball for tho ceaGOii was played Satur
day alternoon, at Makiki, between
the Ilonolulus and Hawaiis, being
the fist f,aino for the foimer club
and the second for the lattci. Tho
day was fair and 'the attendance
good. The Hawaiis having been
vietoiious the pievious Saturday,
a clo-c game was expected, but it
became evident in a short imo that
tlio Ilonolulus, with II. Wodehouse,
cache.1, 1). Baldwin pilcher, Kinney
lirst base, II. Whitney second, F.
Oat shoru-3top, Mcore third base,
Thurston vihc field, Mavkhain left,
und Fisher centei', made a very
strong team too powerful for tlio
Hawaiis. However tho Hawaiis did
well. Thoy were first to bat, but
failed to ..core, while the Ilonolulus
tallied four, by Baldwin, Kinney,
Whitney, and Oat, Wodehouse,
Thurston and Fisher, going out.
Neither team scored a run in tho
second innings, but in the third the
Hawaiis made one run, by Hoick,
while Uie Ilonolulus failed to tally,
Oat and 'tliiirston going out on files
and Moore on strikes. Tho Hawaiis
in tlio fourth innings made no runs,
and tho Ilonolulus made one, by
Fisher, Maikhain, Wodehouse and
Kinney going out. Tho fifth innings
for tho Ilnwaiis had the same dis
couraging result as the fourth. Thoy
failed to score, while tho Ilonolulus
made five runs, by Whitney, Oat,
Thurston, Moore and Markham;
Fisher, Kinney, and Baldwin, being
put out. In tho six innings the
Hawaiis again made no runs, while
Kinney, of tlio Ilonolulus, made one.
Thurston, Markham nud Mooro
going out on strikes. In tho seventh
innings tho Hawaiis mado two runs,
and tho Ilonolulus none. This gave
courage to tlio Hawaiis, although
tho score stood 11 to 3 against them,
mid tho gaiuo wus ending, But on
tho eight -and ninth inntngc thoy
iniulo no runs, nml tho Ilonolulus
score done nioro in tho eight innings,
by AVIiitnoy. Tho gnino wns closed
with the score standing, Ilonolulus,
12 without their Inst innings, mid tho
Hawniis 3. Chns. Wilder umpire.
Every man of tho victorious team
did well, whilst some naturally play
ed wth more brilliance than others.
DEPARTURE OF THE ALAMEDA.
Tho depnrturo of the Alameda,
yesterday afternoon, was marked by
a very largo assembly of people on
the wharf. It being Sunday, and
the afternoon at that, allowed all
classes of tho community, and every
body who felt so inclined, to be
there. Merchants, mechanics, clerks,
laborers, lawyers, doctors, parsons,
and reporters, many with their wives
nud children, thronged tho extensive
space undcrnentli tho Oceanic Com
pany's shed. As the moorings were
loosened and the majestic ship slowly
moved from the quay into mid
channel, one continuous lino of
closely packed fnecs beamed over
the railing from stem to stern,
mostly tlio Btin-browndd counte
nances just from an Australian sum
mer, with hero and there a very thin
sprinkling of familiar Honolulu
features. Tho portly form of Mr.
12. P. Adams and the beneficent
physiognomy of Mrs. Adams were
readily recognisable. A half dozen
or so aboriginal Hawaiians were
also visible in tho line. A profusion
of pocket bunting waved from the
ship's side, and was answered with
equal profusion from the shore.
The lloating island, with her com
munity, glided out to sea nud diicct
cd her course for San Francisco,
whilst the crowd dispersed and dis
appeared fiom the wharf.
RECEPTION OF HIS MAJESTY.
At four n't lock yesterday morn
ing ninny people were nstir in Hono
lulu, in older to paitieipnto in the
reception to His MnjcMy, who ar
rived by' the steamer Kinnu from
Hnwnii at nbout (5 :'M o'clock. At
5 o'clock nil the military companies
hnd assembled at the Armory in
full dress unifoun and foimcd iu
lino on the stieet, when a salute
from the shore battery signalized
the approach of tho steamer with
the King on board. The order was
given for tlio soldiers to movo at
double quick time to tho Kinau
wharf, so as to be on the spot before
the steamer was docked. Tho com
panies were stationed on both sides
of the wharf, and as His Majesty
descended the gang plank the Ha
waiian militia gave a royal salute,
present arms. Members of His
Majesty's Cabinet, members of the
Legislature and the Governor's
staff were on the wharf to receive
the King. His Majesty entcied his
carriage and was escorted to the
palace by the Leleiohoku Guards
(cavalry), bowing to the military
companies while passing them. Tho
militia followed the carriage to the
palace, where they formed a hollow
square and again saluted His
Majesty. After the officers of the
several companies had personally
welcomed the King, ordeis to re
turn to tlio Aunory were given.
A larso number of notable people
were at the palace and the lower of
the Government Building was occu
pied by ladies and gentlemen from
tho Alameda. The morning was
beautiful, and notwithstanding tho
eaily hour tho soldiers turned out
in good force, and His Mnjcsty re
ceived a right royal welcome.
Satuuday, April lOtli.
LelehniT., $G, for diunkcnucss.
Kuhlko, SG.10, assault and bat
tery. 11. S. Scrimgcour, $10, drunken
ness. Svm, 20 day3 and $1 costs, vag
rancy. Stnrbuck says ho never could
understand tho cxpicssion, "Fair
WMiven and Ijiavc men,'" until a few
days ago. llo went to a church fair
last week, and says it was a bravo
man who would encounter one of
those fair women.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 1!:7 Ileretanla Street, at
present occupied by A. Elders.
Possession elvcn MhV 1st.
Enquire on the premises, or of L. WAY,
K null Kireet. in rear. i u
riMIE utidersigiicd bus moved into Ihc
JL olllce or Mr. J. E. Wiseman, where
ho will bo prepared to furnish house
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese interpretlni;, and ' u general
laziness. (0!) lm) SOYONG.
Contractor, Cnnieuter Jt llulldor,
Houses and Furniture Repaired,
the Best of Workmanship.
Labor, per Duy.
AVork Shop, : : 27 Maumiktn bt.
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Pallium, near Mr. J. !
Dowsetl's ii'sldence, thai ele.
emit Cottuuo hitherto oceu.
pied by ihe owner, John ltobcllo, wilh
line llowcr and fruit gunleii, stahle-i,
etc. Terms favorable. Water connect,
ed with tho grounds. Apply to
84 lm I1YMAN BHOa,, Queou bu
The White House,
Corner Third nml Howard HIM.,
8N KltA' CISCO, CAMKOllMA.
Mix. .JniiM'H M. White,
Formerly of the AVhlle House, Nuuanu
Avenue, having purchnsed tho St. Law.
fence House, in the above nddrci-s, con.
tiilnlng !i0 rooms, nil beautifully fur.
nWlicit, In suites Hnd single, offers ninny
ndvantiigcs to travellers to nnd from the
hlnnds. Thn lioiitc l located but thrco
Equnrcs from the Palace and Unhlwla
Hotels. Terms very inodcrnle. 85
Hawaiian Bell Tolcphono Co.
"VTOTICK Is hereby given that public
1.1 Telephone Stations have been es
tablished In the districts of Kwn, AVal
anno and AValalua, which are available
to uoiisubscilbers at thu following rates;
F.WA 10 els. per Message
LUA '25 cts. per Mcssngo
Kwa Station Is nt tho residence of
Hon. A. Knulil.
Wnl.inac Station is at the store of M.
Waliilua Station Is at the residence of
S. K. Malioc,
Who, for reasonable coutilcratiou, will
undcitake the delivery of messages in
tlifir rcsp-ctlve dNirlcts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
enu be fmuUhed at the Central Olllce,
on Merchant street.
President II. 11. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, March III, ISsil. DO lm
.Notice of Letters
A LL ncrsons aru lieu I
MX. Letters Patent i ic icsiied bv the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KKXNKY of Honolulu n 'he lOih day
of iJi'cemtii'i, A.D. I8sr, for mi Improve
ment in make, l; 1 ir in d clmho springs,
ninl thiit Mini Li'IIitm Piiiunl were us
signed ly Ha- suld .hunes Kinney to llie
HihiiIIu'ii Lnri higoi Miiiiiifaciuring Com
pany on the Winl day of December, a.d.
188'i, wherefore the tuld Hawaiian Car
tla.ee Manufacturing Company hereby
warns nil pcts-ons ngaln'-l lnlrfnglngon
tho t-nid Letters Pule in.
HAAVN CAHHIAOK MANK'G Co.
Honolulu. IW 22 iK-C.. 208 11
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A9"t.
-12 ircM St., Honolulu.
Mymoit faithful aitcnllon will
given for the
Purchase of Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of the
3D several Islnndi of thin group, fly
Crystal Soda Worts,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Acintcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
We Use Patent Skiers
in all our Dottles.
We invite particular uttcnlion to our
Patent r'ilter, recently introduced, by
which nil waters used in our manufac
tures is alcoluiely fieed from nil hn.
We delherour Goods free of charge
to all parts of the cliy. We guarantee
our Goods to be the 1 est in the market.
Careful intention paid to Island Ordeis.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. IJox !107, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 28
Mutual Telephone : .'MO
IS" Orders left with Benson, Smith 4
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We, also, are Agent" for the File
of J. W. IliHgley's
Iftft f hN nwn niiinufneliirn. dm
St'm Candy Factory
No. 71 1IOTKI. ST., between
Niiiiuiiii and rori Sts.
Has nlwiiyb on liuuil tho largest Block
of Candies, both Plniii nml Fancy, guar,
nnleed to bo STHICTLY l'UHK
AVlioleHule uiul Retnil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
, Of a Twenty Years' Hepiituilon, nil
Sizes always on lii.nd, ouiamentcd
in any Style.
Faatries of AH Description Made to
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh eveiy Day.
Bell und Mutual Tclopliooc, No. 74.
P. O .Box No. 75. 103
On account of
C. E. WILLIAMS
will sell Furniture and Upholstered Goods
300 . tier of this
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Hext Door to Mclntyre Bros.
OHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
: : : Between Fort and Alskoa Streets.
droocls, Just Recci'ed,
Kegs Family Beef; kegi and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern Blook Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongue-'; Lunch Tongues; Smoked Beef; Boned Chicken; Dupeo
Hiiiih mid Huron; i.emiine Maple Syrup; Gala Stni Drips; Fresh New Orleans
Mollis)'-; .1 . .lellli's; Honey, in glass nnd tins; No. 1 Flour; Whent; Mild
Cheese; iiuimun, nml a
General Assorimeut of Staple and Fancy Groceries. I
All orders receive careful attention nnd piompt delivery.
O. ISox rj'T'tt. '.Telephone 1 1J.
B. F. Dii.iiMiiMM,
President nml Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
I.lnilteil, HuccoKMor to Dllllncham A Co, and Naniucl Xott.
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters.
P. O. Box at)7.
LEWIS & CO., GrROCERS,
Wf nml OO Hotel Htrcet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on the way. Just received ICees Bauer Kraut, kens Hoi-
iiiiiii i.tiim-v-, nj,n niiit, ni;&3 wuiiiiiui x,ii;iiius, Kegs .Mixed I'ICKles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kit- Jlnekerel, kegs Fnmllv Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Breakfast While O.itp, (lermcn; Breakfast Gem and Shrcded Maize. Also, n
line lot of Xow Zealand end Portland Peaehlilow Potatoes nhvnvs on haml
1.1H.I I N..1I...J .. r-idA ln.. !...... I.Inl.
Tho very bust of ISLAND BUTTElt, plenly for c
rrhes low nml Satisfaction uuruiitccl.
IIIX! to hifnrm the LiiiIIpr of Honolulu nml tlio I'libllocpiicrnlly Hint I linvo nnr-ni-il nn A-
nlllco In Hip UKAVl.It 1II.0;K, Queen fctieet, opixiHlto JIi'Shi-hK. llofficlilmw'r c!i -'1''
n' Invito tlicli'liiHiX'i'tlnii c r myliiiKUStoekof iiiah l.lnunH, Immirtcd illn-ct Xioin ltclfuht' '
iitltlliiKof thu follow ini:: i, ,
A large Invoice of J. S.
SHAMROCK " Irish. Table Linens; ;i
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for Very low rates.
Also, D'Oylk'H, Toilet l.'ovci'H, (!lnt. and Ten Clotlm, l'lllow Mm-nx, SIiccIIiikh, l'rlntPtl -J
unit I'lnfii I.iiwiiM, Dniiiiixk, lliiek mill Fiiney Toweln, Ilnck Towelling, Unblonclit'd Dainimlc. "A,
lltlllK. Cinmivlo nml lleiimtltclieil llnmlkeielilffs, snltublo for ladles und Kuiitlcnicn'a uv. 'a
Any Length Cut.
Aleo, nil lm olcq of KKI.FAfiT SlllbUSS new )nttoriiH, fust colorn.
Agent for tlm YOIIK hT. I'I.aX SI'fi. D)., T.td.' Tlelfnt; J. 8. IIIIOWX A SONS, Hclfnkt ; T.
A. WOIIK5IAN, lU'lfiiHt; II. i:. IIOUNbKl,l..Ud.,lltldpott, Enu. ;
STORE TO KENT.
PHU Store at present occupied
X Lewis & Co , Oincers, lintel street,
will ho for icnl, May 1st. Mir pant
ciilurs, npply to
U.l !w JNO. A. PAI.MKH, 77 Fmt St.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(late of California),
121 King Stiect; Ollko hours, 8 to 10 a.
MM M,.nnilj! t(4 i'M Y
NEW YOIMC LINE.
WII. OHOSSMAN & BHO,
. Brnnd bluet. N.Y., will
Al vessel in this line,
MAY 15, 1880,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March lllih, to Insuio shipment by
this opportunity, or not Inter than April
isth. " CAbTLK & COOKK,
of Furniture !
Bt COST for CASH during tho remain.
Jas. G. SrxKCKii,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Brown & Son's Well-known
SIOHK THAN 100 YKA11S KKI'UTATIOV.
llnsurpaHNcd for Kxeellenro or lunllty,
IIiihtiriinHMed for IMirnlillltj In Wear,
uiiNuriiaNHCil ror Ileuuty of lleslciiH, Sg
Olitalnnl UlElicwt AwariU, vlr.: '1
SIKDAI.S-Ili-lfiiM, ISII mill ISTO; Uiiulon, 1MI, lm '
unci (Ijolil) ISTo; I'ljrlH jllold), 187; Dublin, 18ia i
mni isVJ;i'iiiiiiuiiiiiii, ls;. ' ..Y,
Talilo ClnlliH (loin 3 to 7 yards In Icnitth, with H
NnnkiiiHtotniituli, " jg?
The ulMivo mil ninilo of tlio IIKST 1IHSH nnd '',
C'oiuti-al Flux; mii, wovim nml blcnclii'il In lr. ,3,'
land; tlm mittpiiin woven In tlio Tulilu Uncuara V
dt'HlKiied bv IUIhll AUT1.STS. who liuxi for Vnuuy rt
yuuisexeuueil tlioBo of unyotliur country. ,
fixlO Carom Table, finely Inlaid; with
Balls, Cues Buck, new cloth, Pin Pool.
M.i.ll. ..in A fn '
JUNCBLATT, 4 1-2x9, 6
with Bulls, Cues, Back, Pin Pool, " 7'1,
Outfit, new cloth, etc.
t2T Terms Cash. ia
O. .1. McOAIlTlIY.
Aslor House, Honolulu. UO 2w '
J?uh1i1uiuiI1o Oloalc ana
DrcHH JMalcor, ':
Corner of Alnkoa & King E)u.
Foathors Cloanod and, Dyed,
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