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TUESDAY, Al'HIL 10, 1880.
Dktnc Iillii from San Francisco
Bk Jns S Stone fiom Hoston
Bk Natuna from Glasgow
Bk Sonoma from Newcastle
Stmr C li Hlshop f i oin llamaUua
Stmt- Klnnu for Windward Ports
Stmr Iwuluiil for Knuul
Bk Lady Lumpson for San Francisco
Sclir Kiniim for Olowiiln
Stmr LtkellKe for Knliulul
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Cap, Christiansen
Bk Apollo, Oiotli
Bk Ohas B Kuiiny, Itnhlcr ,
Bktnc Kate FIluMn&ci-, Young
Bk Lady Lampoon, .lurston
Bk Jus S Stone, Haistow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Niitinm, Oinliii
Bktnc Ella, Howe
From Boston, per bark James S
Stone. Api 1112 -C II Lunt.
For Lalialna, per stmr Leliua, April
12-HonFH llnyecldcii and family, C
B Jtukcc, and 10 deck.
From llainakua, per stmr C It Bishop,
April 13-Mr Husble, .J B Ilalllday, Geo
Tremble, Mr Nagano anil 22 deck.
The fine Amcilcan balk .Fas S Stone,
commanded by Capt Barstow, formeily
master of the Ceylon, :n rived jestcrdoy
morning, 120 dius fiom Hoton with
general meiclmndlse. She Is consigned
to Brewer & Co.
The bk Sonoma, Capt Howes, arrived
.yesterday, 60 days ft om Newcastle, with
1,500 tons of coal to Haekfeld & Co.
The bk Natuna, Capt Giahn, arrived
yesterday, 35 days from Glasgow with n
cargo of gcucial merchandise, 1,020 tons
of which Is for S.m Francisco.
The bktnc Ella, Capt Howe, arrived
yesterday morning, 10 days from San
Francisco. She is consigned to Brewer
& Co, and is docked at that company's
Stmr C K BIMiop brought 3,5Sl bags
of sugar from Humakua this morning,
nnd discharged into the baik Chas Kln
The bk Lady Lampson sailed this
forenoon for San Fr.iiiuUco u ith 11,'.)90
bags of sugar valued at $58,100.02.
S. M. CAKTEK & Co., have received
sonio good charcoal from tho Island
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub G. A. It. meets this evening at
their hall on King street.
Anyone in want of a good Wind
mill should go to Mr. ltawlins, Lclco.
A shipment of .1-25,000 in gold coin
camo by tho Ella to Messrs. Bishop &
Mussns. Schaofer & Co. havo re
ceived a special shipment of favorite
Fokt Street Church choir will meet,
at 7 :30 o'clock this evening for re
hearsal, in the Church.
The Nawiliwili bridge, which was
damaged during tho last heavy rain,
is now being repaired.
The Bulletin compositors say
that tho only deficiency in the Bethel
bill of fare, is plum pudding.
-New Zealand potatoes and onions
aro among the best in tho world, and
an bo had at II. May & Co.'s.
Now is your chance for good, dur
able, nnd cheap furnitnto. See Mr.
C. E. Williams' advoitisomcnt.
Fuequent nnd numerous com
plaints reach this oflico respecting
tho bad state of Waikiki budge.
Tin: foreign jury uio required to bo
in attendance to-morrow morning, at
ton o'clock, at tho Supremo Court,
PunfcEli White of tho steamor
Uishop, which at rived this morning,
reports abundance- of wind mid rain
Mil. J. Brown, book-keeper at
Kilauea plantation, had so far re
covered as to bo ublu to bo about on
T II; offico-bcureis and teachers of
tho Botfiol Union School mcot this
evening at tho icsidenco of Mr. J. O.
Tarter, Niuni"" Avenue.
Tim Alamedti took 19,012 bags of
bu car and 1,474 bunches of bananas,
va haed at VJ0.071.33. She alsp took
$1, 545, in gold and wJvcr com, fiom
Wt 'Us Fargo Agency.
T ke iDaiglo promises on Ponsacola
stre si,, containing two good houses,
wore aolil at auction by K. J'. Adams
& C. Mto-dny, Mr. C. Bolto Mag the
forti male purchaser at $1,500.
Ti IE Sunday School teachers of ho
eoco nd loongregation connected with
St t imlraiVK Cathedral will meet this
evon ing .at 7 :!10 o'clock, at tho resi
dence of Uov. Oeo. Wallace, Nuuanu
M.K. Jaliu ltussoll, an old resident
of tbcBO islands, died yesterday at tho
ago of 74, and will ho buried this
afternoon. Tho deceased was a
native of Gallitown, near Kirkauldy,
Mil. Southwiek's furniture is to bo
sold by E. P. Adams fc Co. at 10 to
morrow. Thoio was a good attend
nnco, with fair prices, at tho sale, by
tho same firm, of Mr. luuac Mooro a
mil i mi i ir-nnniiiniMi wiy mm wmmmw i !g mi. iiiwiiBijuiiwiLauix.jiw mmmii wwm.ii ...r. - - : ,v
' i w i i" ) . : . .-; n . - . , , . ., . . , , w, . - i- . jri - 'n
Tun dividend paid by the People's
Ico Company tho other day was u
monthly one, which makes it larger
than appears in comparison with
(lUtutcrly dividends on other Btooks
without this explanation.
- m .
Tub Intor-lelnnd Stcnm Naviga
tion Co.'fl now steamer will arrive
hero about July 1st. The Company
hns not decided what namo to givo
her, and cannot tell anything about
her until tho next mail from tho
. . . .
A Qckmax barber, whiiu under the
influence of liquor, fell in front of
tho Huyhoreo saloon, last night, and
sovcrol) cut his head ugainst a pro
jecting Btonc. Ho beeanu! very
weak from tho loss of blood, and was
taken homo in a carriage.
Tun scow that was used in landing
tho wrecked Planter's machinery, at
Niilnui, was brought to Honolulu on
Sunday by tho Iwalnni, which also
brought pieces of the wreck. Tho
Cnptain repot ts lough weather at
Niilnui, and tho wrecked wtcamer is
fast breaking up.
TilK lunch tables at tho Bethel
vestry were well patronized to-day,
and guests wero delighted with tho
spread. Tho ladies in charge aro
determined to iniiko to-morrow's
table no less atttactfvo than to-day's.
All classes woiking men in rolled-up
sleeves or gents in tweed or broad
cloth aro nil waited on with equal
care and piomptncss.
Somi: time ago Fort-street school
house was shingled with slato, when
the ground was left strewed with
fragments of the material, making it
dangeious for tho children's soles.
Tho other day a little boy had ono of
his feet severely cut with a picco of
slato on the premises. His father
thinks that tho school fees aro high
enough to warrant tho grounds being
put in a cleaner and safer condition.
Tin: auction sale of tho Old Corner
fixtures, cooking utensils and lease,
by Lewis J. Levey, this morning, was
well attended. Tho first two articles
mentioned wero bought by Chinamen,
and tho lcice by II. J. Noltc for $50.
Although Nolle owns tho place, yet
tho lease was bomuwhat complicated
by a conglomeration of sub-leases,
altd Nolto wanted control. Ho will
hhvo the lioubo repaired, preparatory
to leasing it again to some responsible
i i i
The schooner Waiwhu, Kibling
master, belonging to the Pacific
Navigation Co., went ashoro at Hana
lei, Kauai, last week, and lost her
rudder and false heel. She filled
with water, but when tho Captain
wrote to Mr. Cooko tho water wus all
out and tho vessel ailoat. She is to
remain at llanulci until a steamer is
sent to tow her to this port. Tho
steamer Kapiolani left last evening
for Hanalei, und will return with tho
Wniehu, if possible.
Mit. J. Williams, photographer,
has an oil painting by Tavernier of
running lava, showing how it sur
rounds huge trees, burning them
close to the ground, and carrying
them upright along with tho fiery
Hood. Tho molten rock does not
appear fiery red at the suifaco, as
ono would naturally suppose; but
rather like a tremendous serpent,
stealthily moving in a zigzag course,
and continually increasing in length,
tho firo appearing below and in tho
cracks. This picture is said to be as
niituial as a painting can be, and it
gives one an idea of the stupendous
ruin a huge How would causo, run
ning in all directions and carrying
with it every obstacle.
A BAD CHOPSTICK.
Chan Yuen, who received a good
dose of justice- in the Police Court
this morning, for robbing another
Chinaman at Waikiki, appears to bo
a thoroughpaced rascal a proper
mate for Aciau. Ho got the money
in that case by breaking open n
locked tin box that was kept in a
largo coveied basket. When tho
theft was discovered, Yuen was seen
running from the house. Chase was
given, and he was caught by a
Chinaman some distance down the
road toward Honolulu. IIo acknow
ledged tho theft on the spot, hut
said ho had only 10, and producing
that amount offered his coot as a
pledge for thu balance When
otllcer Kalunapaalmo, to whom ho
was delivered, brought him to tho
Station, Yuen made a dash for
llhoity, but was rccaptuicd at Meek
street. At the trial to-day, Wong
Lcong testilied that tho prisoner is
under contract to him for seven
years, hut had inn away thrco
When word got about nmong the
Cliineso that this fellow had been
caught, a regular stream of charges
(lowed in to flio ,Station against him.
Ah Yuk, of Paiioa, accused him of
stealing S'J.50 from io trousers
pockets, Yuen hud enjoyed ths
fellow-countryman's hospitality ; but,
in tho words of tho memorandum,
"after prisoner was gono money was
gone." Ah Lo, or wuunanaio, re
lutes that tho prisoner camo to )ds
place on March 1st, asking for Sep
np. He shuicd his bed with tho
visitor, and tho latter did not get up
to bieakfast in the morning, hut
speculated in town lots in Dream
land until his host had gone to work,
At noon ho complained of le8
tired, and said he wanted to takP the
steamer for this city. When ho
returned to the housu at 5 o'clock,
.. in i i in ! him iii iir !! i i 1 1 ri rrmr iiiw "itw 'S
o. lie found his trunk had heen
open and 8 15.50 stolen. Last night
tho piisoncr capped the climax of his
criminal audacity by committing a
robbery in the Police Station. A
Japanese named lunt, arrested for
assault and battery, was put in the
same cell with him. During the night
Yuen, itching for more booty, went
through his sleeping fellow-prisoner's
pockets, stealing about ten dollars,
lunl discovering his loss on awak
ing, compelled Yuen to disgorge.
So far Yuen has only been tried for
the "Wnikikl robbery, hut his guilt is
at least morally certain in the other
cases mentioned. In his own state
ment he says ho came to the country
in a sailing vessel nbout three years
ago, and that he wns staying at
Chun Ahi's, Paiama.
The Stenit.-Zukertort chess contest
for the championship of tho wot Id is
almost at an end. Up to March 21th
nineteen games wero played, StciniU
winning I) and Zukcrtort 0, tho re
maining four being dtaw games. As
it now stands it is impossible for
Steinitz to lose, whilo Zukertort can
not win, because, as previously
stated, if each should get nine games
tho rubber will not be played.
Steinitz is spoken of as being slow
but sure, taking a long time for
nearly every move; while Zukertort
would move rapidly and walk about
tho room, talking of anything but tho
game. At tho beginning of tho con
test Steinitz lost the first four games,
and his friends lost heart; but like a
truo playor ho camo up at tho finish
with telling effect. Strange as it
may seem, these great playets com
mitted blunders, particularly Steinitz,
who, on being questioned about it,
graciously acknowledged tho blun
ders by' saying it would bo useless to
deny them. This contest has ex
cited chess playing to some extent
all over tho world. Even this unpre
tentious community has caught tho
fever, and tho organization of a chess
club is spoken of. Theto aro many
people hero who know how to play
tho game, and if they would only
meet at tho Library occasionally and
talk of chess a club would probably
bo formed. Tho members could meet
on certain evenings and a series of
games be played to tho intellectual
benefit of tho players, whilo uilbrding
an opportunity to pass a very pleas
ant evening. Divkksiok.
Tuesday, April 13th.
Owaa (w.), drunkenness, SO.
II. Brown, same charge, seven
days' hard labor, with costs 81.
Peke was acquitted of deserting
Itchi (Jap.), drunkenness, $G.
Iuni, assault and battery on
Harriet (w.), assault and battery
on Kipihea (w.), $C
A Chinaman was remanded on a
charge of larcepy of fowls.
Hekekia Aca was fined 810 and
81.50 costs for disturbing religious
worship. He had gone to Kawaia
hao church last Sunday morning, in
an intoxicated condition, and inado
a good deal of noise by talking
loud. When Mr. Win. Noble, tho
temperance evangelist, who wns
addressing the meeting, asked the
people to sing out loudly, Aea
shouted in very discordant fashion
"not singing any tunc," as the
witnesses put it.
Chan Yuen, remanded from yes
terday for larceny of 811.50 from
Chung Yip, at Waikiki, was found
guilty and sentenced to hard labor
for nine months, and fined $20 with
David Kaapa, remanded from
different dates, on the charge of
gross cheat, by obtaining about
8140, under falso pretences, from
J. N. Madeiras, wns remanded
until moved on by prosecution. It
appears he obtained tho money on
wotthless security. Judge Bicker
ton, on the request of Deputy Mar
shal Dayton, granted the remand to
give defendant an opportunity of
making restitution to the person
defrauded, ordering him to report
from time to time to the Deputy
SMALL COLLECTS PREFERRED.
Dr. M. B. Andorson, president of
tho Itochestcr University, doos not
believe in large colleges at all, but
thinks that a young man stands a
very much hotter chanco to got a
good education in n small college if
it is hut well managed. His was in
Now York recently to attend a meet
ing of tho Niagara reservation com
mission, and ho thus expressed him
self: "Tho trouble with tlieso largo
colleges is that the bulk of tho in
struction is given by mere tutors.
Tho famous professors at these
places, whoso names adorn the col
jpgfi catalogues, do not lecture more
than qppo or J.wicc a day, perhaps
only two or threp thnos a wpfik;, nnd,
never conduct a,ny of tlip regular
class work which; forms tho back
hope of a good college course.
Even Harvard cannot keep as good
a corps of Instruptorfl na wo havo af
Rochester, because, wt, a)l lipr
wealth, l)cr classes arc tqo many
and too largo to admit of approved,
ability apd experience as teachers,
I rcfncinbpr once discussing ths
subject with the lato Dr. Woolsoy,
I president pf Yolc. I expressed, tho
opinion that Yalo was getting too
big for its own good, nntl ho replied
with great earnestness: 'You are
right, sir, you arc right. I do
ninuogc to know all tho students by
sight by the time they graduate,
mid that is all I can do.'
"Hut, after all, people do not
select the large colleges for their
sops on account of the educational
facilities offered so much as for tho
social advantages. As an example
of the superior educational advan
tages of largo universities, I might
mention the case of two brothers,
one of whom graduated from Ro
chester, nnd the other from Yale.
The Yale man became very famous
as a baseball pitcher, but is now
picking up a living ns a cowboy.
The Itochcstcr man is a professor in
a medical collcgo at Clovcland, and
is rapidly rising in his profession,
although he has found that with
Connecticut people it is a great dis
tinction for him to ho the brother of
the baseball man."
COTTAGE TO LET.
In Palatini, ni"ir Mr. J. L
DnWMtt'b residence, that clc.
uaut Cotlauu hitherto occti.
plid by tho iiunur, John Itnbcllo, with
tine Mower ami fruit garden, stables,
eif. Terms favorable. Water connect
mI with tlio grounds. Apply to
8 J in 1IYMAN nilOS.. Queen St.
EVLHY Horse Oumi's Cyclopedia,
treating of DIiiiios and How to
Cure them; tho American Trotting
Horso; Breeding and Training, and
KiciinlH of Trotting anil Kunnlng
Stock. IU0 IllifiratloiiH and Enera
ing, by Moiit'lieiiiio anil other eminent
men. "Sold 1 subscriptions.
8SJ J.M OAT. .IB, & CO.
Contrnrtor, Carpenter 'A Hullilcr,
Houses and Furniture ltepaircd,
the Best of Workmanship.
Labor, HJ per Xity.
Work Shop, : : 27 Mauimkea St.
The Academic School for Girls.
THIS SCHOOL offers the licst advnn.
luces to the daughters of residents
of the Hawaiian Islands.
The course of Study Is modeled upon
that of the best girls' schools in the
Tho teachers aro Mrs. E. IS. C. WAL
LACE and Kev. GEO. WALLACE,
lloth arc graduates of line schools, and
are traiaiu and experienced educators.
Girls from 10 years to any ago aro ad
mitted. To all who complete the course, and
pass satisfactory examination", a Cert I.
Ilcate of Graduation will bu presented.
The best Instruction In French and
Latin is without extra charge added to
that in English.
A few boarding pupils aro received.
These enjoy all the advantages of supe
rior boarding school.
It Is the aim of the School to train
cultured aud refined women.
The Summer Term begins MONDAY,
ISy permission, reference is made to
Messrs. T. II. Davies, T. It. AValker. .7.
IS. Castle, Prof. M. M. Scott, Major A.
Itosa. 94 S!w
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
NOTICE Is hereby given that public
Telephone Stations have been es-
ttibllsiieil in tno districts oi jswii, wat
anau mid YVttialuu, vthlch aio available
to nonstibscrlbers at thu following rales :
EWA 10 cts. per Message
LUA 2.", cts. per Message
Etwi Station is at tho lc.sidcucu of
Hon. A. ICaulil.
Walaiiau Station Is nt tho stole of M.
Walalua Station is at tho residence of
S. 1C. 51 ahoc,
Who, for rfiisonablo consideration, will
umleitako the delivery of messages in
their respective districts.
Facilities for telephoning from town
can be fin nlshed at the Central Olllce,
on Mci chant htrcot.
President II. IS. Tel. Co.
Honolulu, Maich :il, 168(1. tQ lm
Not ico of Lottd'H Patent.
ALL persons aro hereby notified that
Letters Pmcnt wcio issued by the
Hawaiian Government to .IAMKS
KENiNLY of Honolulu on the lth duj
of December, a.d. IBM, for an improve,
ment in biake, gig ai.d eliahe springs,
and that said Letters Patent v. ere us.
signed ly thu said .lames Ken ney lo the
Hawaiian CurihigoMuiinfuctiiriiig Com
pany on thu l!2ii(l day of December, a.d.
1885, wlu-reforo ihu i-ald Hawaiian Car
rioge Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons Hguln-i Infringing on
the caid l.ctieis Potent.
HAW'N CAKUIAGli MANF'G Co.
Honolulu. Din. li'J. IfiHI. 208 U
This Paper goes into mo9t of the
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It h unquestionably the
for business men desirous of bring
ing their wnrcs to the notice of the
Monthly Hottlomcniw at
C. E. WILLIAMS
will sell Furniture mid Upholstered Goods at COST for CASH during the remain.
30J dcr of this month. 2w
THE LADIES BAZAAR
WILL REMOVE TO
NO. 88 FORT STREET,
Hext Door to Mclntyre Bros.
CHAS. MSTAGE, GROCER,
: : : Between Fort and Alal-.a Streets.
Goods, Just Reeoived,
Kegs Family Beef; kegs and half bbls. Pig Pork; Eastern lllock Codfish; Smoked
Halibut; Ox Tongues; Lunch Tongues; Smoked liccf; Buucd Chicken; Dupco
Hnms and liacon; (teiiuino Maple Syrup; Cala Stai Drips; Fresh Nuw Orleans
Molnssc; .I-ti"; .Icllles; Honey, in glass and tins; No. 1 Flour; Wheat; Mild
Cheese; uciuiiu, uud a
Gcnd Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
All orders receive careful attention and prompt delivery.
1?. O. Uo.v 37Ji. Telephone 1 1 1.
B. F. DauMiiiAM,
President m.d Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Limited, HiirceHMorH to Dillingham 4k. Co, and Nnmut'I N'ott.
GOOD INTGMT "
Recommended by the New York Board of Underwriters'.
P. O. ISox 2H7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
07 nud GO Hotel Utrccr,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Good continually on tho way. Just received Kegs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herring", kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickle, klta
Salmon Uellles. kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Heef. For
HreukfaH Vfhhn Outx, Gcrmea; Breakfast Gem nnd Shredcd Maize. AIfo, a
line lot of Now Zealand and Portland Pcachblow Potatoes always on lnnd.
Thu very best of ISLAND HUTTEK, plenty for everybody.
1'rh'CH low nnd SntiMlhctlon KUtirniitcMl.
lli:0 to Inrnrin
imn tlinI.uilliHcif Honolulu ilnd tho PulilloRonerolly Hint I lnno opened on
lift IIKAVKK 11I.OCK. Onion htievt. oiidiihIK, Miim.K. llnfr.otilfii.-n.i-.t (v.
iilllcu ill t
miii, in. iiu .mi. iii.i i iuni i. iii nil B" niui.iv .1, ,.ibi. j.miuiis, lllllUIlt -u MIIl'Ul IIOII1 JlCJlUal.
A Largo Invoice of J. S. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish Table Linens,
II.. .1. ...!. I. I..t,...w.l.....r iiiiiinii.n.iiiir..Mi,i, II !.....:....... .n......r ... .'
C TRADE J
Monograms and Crests Inserted in Damask to order for vory low rates.
Also, 11'Oj lli'i", Toilet Co oi m.GIiihr mid Ten ClotliH, Pillow Mucin.. Hu-ctliiKH, Trlntcd
mil I'liihi I.iittim, Diuiiiihk, Iluck und Kniuy Towels, HiiPk'Inttullliii?, Unbleached Dnmiwk,
DrlllM, Cumin lo unci lit iiiMlteln d Iliinilkeuliiefs, sultnblu for ladles mid b'Liitleiiien'i use.
Any Length Cut.
Alo, mi lm olco of 1IKLKAST MUSI.lNS-new imttcnis, fust colors.
Aurnt for tlm YOUK ST. KI.AX SI'fi. CO., I.til.' IlelfiiHt ; J. 8. llltOWN A hOXS, Ililfast ; T. 4 .
A. WOIIKMAN, IlelfiiBt; II. K. IIOUN8KM.. Ud.. Ilrldpoit. Kiik. :i
STORE TO RENT.
rpiIE Store at present occupied by
X Lewis & Co , Gioccrs, Hotel street,
will ho foi rent, May 1st. For parti,
ctilurs, apply to
0J aw JNO. A. PAU1EH, 77 Fort St.
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(lato of California),
121 King Street; Onico hours, 8 lo 10 a.
2!H Mi. und 3 to 4 im. ly
Special Moetiiif? ol C,
Browor & Co., LM.
STOCKHOLDERS of the C. Hrewer
Ilrouur it Ouninanv. Limited, nro
hereby notilled Hint u Special Meeting
duly called for tho purport of amending
tho Hy.Luws of the Company will be
held on FUIDAY. April 111. 1880, at 10
a.m., at the olllce of tho Company on
Queen StrcLt. J O. OAUTEH,
Scc'y 0- Hrowcr & Company.
Honolulu, April 0, 1880. 08 aw
of Furniture !
Jas. O. Si'K.vcnn,
Secretary and Treasurer.
OK MOUK THAN' 100 YKAItS HKI'UTATION'.
ITiiHurpaxHeil for KxrHlriirn of 0,unllty,
IIiiHurpaHHcd for JMiruhlllt j In 11 nr,
UiiMurnuttHcd for llrnuty of IH'hIbiih,
Obtained IIlKlicxt AnarilN, -Ik:
MDDAIH-llolfust, 1814 unit 1ST0
uud (Cold) 18;u; I'm Is (l.otd)
uud !;.'; l'liiiiuidtptiiii, ls;i).
London, IF.'. I , IMS
1M7; Dublin, 16W
Tutilo CIutliH froiu'J to '
NinikhiM to miiti'li.
ymiU In lciiKtli, with
'J lx iiIiovl- n ro limilo of tlm lli:T IltlSII and
Comlmi Hu; hiiiii, uovi'ii unit lilniclii'il in Ire.
luiiil; thu imttiTiiN ui ro In Dm Tiihlu l.lncn are
ilcHlKiu-d 1V lltlhll AltTIhTri, aIiii lmu for many
ji'um excelled lliono of liny oilier rountiy.
fixlO Carom Table, llnely Inlaid; with
Halls, Cues Hack, new cloth, Fin Pool,
Outfit, etc. Also,
JUNGBLATT, 4 1-2x9,
with Hulls. Cues, Hack, l'ln Pool,
Outfit, new cloth, clc.
B3JT Terms Cuali. 8
O. J. MCCARTHY,
Astor House, Honolulu. lift 2iv
ITuh1iIoiiu11c Oloulr aud
Corner of AlaUoa ifc King Bts.
Foathors Gleaned and Dyed,