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MONDAY, MAY 31, 1880.
31 ay 80
Stuir Iwalani from ICaual
Stmr Jus Makce fiom Kapaa
Schr Jlalolo from Kawallahllahl
Stun- Kluati for tlio Volcano & Wind
ward Foits at -1 i m.
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 6 r. M.
Stun- Llkellke fur Kahulttl
Stuir Dow-sett for l'aia
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVItIC TO-MORROW.
8 S Australia for San Fianclseo at 1 1 m.
Ilk Calbatien for San Francisco
Stinr Kllaucn Hon for Wlndwaid Ports
Stinr ilns .Mnkcc for Walaniio d, Kapaa
Stinr W G Hull for Windward Potts
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Star of Devon, Mockcts
Uktuc Morning Star, Turner
,liktno Geo O l'ei kins, Aokerinnu
Ship Kate Davenport, Howlaud
Ship Richard 111
From Wlndwaid Ports, per Klmiu,
May 20 Mrs Ahrens and servant, MUs
Ii llapal, Wong Kwnl, J A Seott, Mrs
T Walker and '1 ehildion, Mis Pitman,
W M Kalalwaa, 11 Cooper, II Ollhioow,
Mrs W Horner and a children, 0 Ii
Wells, J Mngiilic, .1 Kos, .1 Kcklpl.
llev S 0 Luhhut, 31 Loulssou. .1 Blight
and wife, W II Ciiiuuiings. A N Kepol
kal, Mis L Crockett, ltuv A Pall, W Y
Horner, Capt D Taylor, wife and 2
clilldien, and 119 deck.
From Kauai per Iwalani, May 30
Col Z S Spalding, wlfo and C clilldien,
Mrs D Noonau, MUs M Hunt. 11 W T
Purvis, C Ciane, Count von Dcrllnsclie,
L Tunic, W i: Rowell, Rev J V Ala
pnl. Rev J 11 llanalkc, Mrs P P Kanoa,
O W Spitz, M Corrca and wife, and 37
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr .las Makeo 2.170 bags sugar.
Stinr Klnau 1,200 hags sugar, 2 hores.
3 bales wool and b pkgs biindiies.
Stinr Ivtulani 3,'.l00 bags sugar, CO bags
pla, 30 bags rice, 12 bdls hides and
The ships Rlehaid III and Kate Da
venport will soon Jjo leady toiecelve
The Ke An Hon was on tlio Mailue
Railway this morning having her leak
The steamer .las Makee sails to-morrow
at noon, the W G Hall at 3 r. m.,
and tlio Kilauea Hon at 5 v. m.
Tlio MakaU as dlschaigcd nearly aU
her coal and will commence loading
sugar about Wednesday.
The steamer Iwalani will make two
trips this week. Sho will airie here
ThtCoday moiuing and sail again that
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mit. Archie Gilllilan is trick with
1 Mr. W. G. Irwins
Diamine; crapo vines
on a piece of
land adjoining the Casino.
Messrs. Emmet and Branscombe
will mako their debut at the Hawaiian
Opera House, Saturday evening.
There will he no concert at Emma
Square this evening, as the Band
plays on board the steamship Austra
lia. . 4 .
Messrs. Swinton & B rko, pig
traders, having received ordeis for 500
hogs, leave for the Coast to-morrow
by tlio Australia.
A Chinaman named Po Ki who lost
all ho possessed in the late fire, is re
ported to liuvo ended his lifo by
The Chincso firm of Kwong Hong
Chan & Co. havo taken possession of
the brick building on Fort street,
near the Custom House.
" lNTEia.io.ENT and well-informed
Chinamen now assert that the unin
sured loss of tlio Chinese in the late
iiro exceeded $2,000,000.
" Mr. Pred Wood, a member of the
Honolulu Killes, and employed at
Benson & Smith's, is very ill with
typhoid fovcr at tho Hospital.
One of tho sailors of tho Malolo
had his hand severely crushed at
Kawailahilahi landing last week, and
was fcent to Honolulu by the Kinau
Dividends aro tho order of tho day
for to-morrow. No less than four
companies aro declaring dividends,
as can bo seen in our advertising
.. . .
The firemen held their regular
practice in tho neighborhood of King
and Maunakca streets, Saturday
afternoon. Tho firo plug was fount!
out of order.
A handsome bunch of muscatel,
grapes reeeivtd this morning from
thq vinoyard of an old friend, makes
ono think there's a pleasure in living,
if only to cat grapes.
There aro about 350 tons of sugar
on the I. S. S. N. Co.'s whaif for tho
barkentino Makah, and considcrablo
sugar on the P. M. S. S. Co's. wharf
nud in tho warehouse for tho same
A team from Punahou Collcgo
played a game of baseball on Satur
day, at Makiki, with a team horn
Eort streot and ltoyal Schools. Tho
college nine scoicd 18, and their
There will bo a meeting of tho
Ahahui Hoonaauao o Liliuokalani at
Washington Place, Uoietania sticet,
to-morrow, Tuesday, juiio mi, hi-
o'clock i'. ji. All
members aro ie-
quested to attend.
The brick building of Wing Wo
Chan it Co., on Nuuanu street, part
ially destioycd by tho firo, is being
rapidly restored. Operations lmvu
also commenced on that of Whig Wo
l'ui & Co., adjoining ou tho upper
Tun several wooden structures in
tlio couifio of erection on tlio burnt
out district, outside of the prescribed
flro limits, are of the usual ugly
Honolulu-Chineso patern, with un
sightly balconies overhanging the
Ttin linlf-inilo running rare which
was to have taken place at Kupiolani
tace track Satuiday afternoon, be
tween C. Brown's O. H. and Alex.
Arthur's Getaway, was declared oil'
by tho backers of Getaway, and $25
Zoi: was instructed to make a pic
ture of sonio one in tho Opera House
ou Saturday night. When her work
was completed the picture was ex
hibited to tho audience for inspection.
Mr. Belienbcrg's featuies being re
cognised, there was a shout of "taro
On account of tho roughness of tho
sea at Kilauea, Kauai, last week, thp
steamer Iwalani could receive no
sugar at that port. Tho steamer
called at Xiihau for sheep, but did
not visit tho wreck of the Planter.
On Saturday night she sighted tho
German schooner Mary C. IJolun, off
Nuwiliwili heads. The schooner was
8 days from Wuinicu for Honolulu.
A nun occurcd in tho cano fields
of Kolo.i last Thursday night. All
the plantation hands turned out, and
were cutting a lino in tho cano to
check the iiie, when one of tho men,
a German named Greenfield, was
accidently cut on tho head with a
cane knife. Tho wound was soverc,
but not fatal, and with proper medi
cal assistance hopes are entertained
of his speedy recovery.
Mu. Bielenberg, in the namo of the
Alden Fruit and Taro Co., has pre
sented the Hawaiian Kiflo Associa
tion with a handsome gold medal,
valued at $100, as a prizo for tho best
marksmanship at 400 and 500 yards
distances. The first shooting for this
medal will occur on the 4th of July,
and it must bo won three times bv
.the same party at tho semi-annual
matches before he lias a right to
Tin: tlucc-milo skating raco at the
Yoseniito rink Saturday night drew a
ticmendoUH crowd. There were four
fleet contestants in t(io raco, which
from the begining was interesting.
Tho fastest skater while ahead, broke
ono of his skates and lost two laps
while replacing it with a good one.
He regained ono of the laps however,
and the race became very exciting.
Young Rico, carrier for the Bulletin,
became the winner after a haid
Another and a farewell perfor
mance of Professor Anderson is an
nounced for to-night. A lesson is to
bo given in magic, showing how to
perform tricks, with full explanations.
Piesonts aro to bo donated to tho
handsomest lady and to the hand
somest gentleman, and for the best
couuudium. Here is a chanco for
beauty and wit. Pretty faces and
sparkling intellects ine likely to bo
numerous ou this occasion.
Taking: into account tho attraction
of the G. A. 11. celebration at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall and tho excitement at
tho Skating Rink, there whb a fair
house to witness Professor Audci son's
illusions at tho Opera Houso Satur
day night. The performance was
probably one of the best of the series,
and' was received with frequent ex
piessions of approval. Tho decapita
tion act and the apparent plunging
of tho sword into the body were
The public of Honolulu are to be
treated to a grand operatic concert in
tho Hawaiian Opera House, on tho
10 th of June. Tho concert will be
given by tho Lencioni and Joran
Concert Company. Signor Leciorji
and the Misses Joran aro already
known here, and need no introduc
tion. They will bo assisted by Made
moiselle Leonora Aldini, a prima
donna to arrive by next steamer. A
splendid programme of choicest
selections, mostly new to Honolulu,
is being prepared. Thero is every
promise of a superior mimical festival
on the occasion referred to.
A new lot of Boca draught beer at
the Commercial, 124cents per glass.
Ticture Frames & Cornices made
to order, old Frames repaired, regild
cd, etc. Kiug Bros.' Art store.
Yum I Yum I The Choicest Cream
and Fancy Candies just opened at
the Ehto Ice Cieam Parlors 1 Try
A German has a little girl, about
10 years old, speaks English, for
whom ho wishes a place in a respect
able family, where sho can attend
school and bo helpful in tho family.
Answer "Giil," Bulletin office. 40
West, Dow it Co. have leceived
ox "Australia" a largo assoitment of
Bedroom Sets and Bureaus, and Bu
reau Withstands, Tables, Towol
Backs, sopaiato fiom sets; also,
Chairs for old and young; Bedsteads
and Baby Cribs, Children's llockeis,
Pillow Sham Holders, Lunch Bas
kets', Hat Racks, Easels, Brackets,
School Bags, Baseballs, CioquotSets,
Magic Pistols, Dolls and Rattles,
Harmonicas, Picture and Cornice
Mouldings and Sheet Music, Music
Books, Insti notion Books, etc., etc.
Just received per Australia a now
shipment of tho celebrated Boca
diaught beer, for salo at tho Com
mercial, 12j cents per glace, 42 !3t.
UNION MISSIONARY SERVICE.
Last evening the Bethel Union
congregation united with the con
gregation of Tort-street church in a
hoinu missionary service. There
was a pretty full attendance. The
devotional exorcises were conducted
by Revs. A. O. Forbes, J. A. Cru
2an, and J. M. Alexander, and the
last-named preached tho sermon.
Taking the Parable of the Leaven as
his text, the preacher cited a scries
of the Lord's parables that set forth
the mighty results achieved by
seemingly small moans. A band of
unlettered apostles had deposited
the leaven of the gospel in the great
Roman world, nnd it woiked so
effectually that a million maityrs
died for the faith In that universal
empire. About n million dollars had
been expended in missions to these
Islands what would scarcely fit out
a modern Ironclad or start a line of
steamers and the investment had
paid, morally, socially, and in
every way. There was room for
the expenditure of another million
here, to conserve and promote the
good work already begun. Matters
were not ns they should be, and tho
mission should be liberally sustained
by tho Christian public. As Newton
had said : "I am not what 1 was ; 1
am not what I should be ; 1 am not
what I shall bo: but, by the grace
of God, I tun what 1 am;" so was
the present spiritual condition of
these Islands. The circumstances
of modern times were making home
and foreign missions identical in
their operation and results. One of
the best Christian missionaries in
China was a native of that countiy
who had been converted abroad,
and it was said that many Christian
Chinese had gone from these Islands
to help missions In their own land.
This kingdom, like the United
States, was receiving a great variety
of nationalities into its population,
and it was a vast problem for Chris
tians to solve, how the leaven of the
gospel was to be put in operation
among peoples of such di vet sided
kindreds and tongues. At the close
of the sermon a collection for mis
sions was taken. It was announced
that Rev. W. C. Merritt would ad
dress a union meeting on the subject
of foreign missions next Sunday
evening. Also, that tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association would begin
it annual session at Kawaiuliao
Church on Tuesday morning, and
that tho annual social tea of the
Hawaiian Boaid would take place in
the parlors of Fort-street Church on
Thursday evening, to which house
keepers were asked to contribute
the ucccsaary pabulum.
Decoration Day was observed on
Saturday with appropriate cere
monies. The Legislative Assembly
adjourned at 12 o'clock, in honor of
the event. The George W. De Long
Post No. 45, Department of Califor
nia, met at their hall on King street,
at 2 o'clock. A detachment of
police, the Royal Hawaiian Band
and military companies commanded
by Major Iloapili Baker, the King's
Own, the Honolulu Rilles, and com
missioned officers of tho Queen's
Own, drew up in front of the
Post room. Being joined by the
Post, the whole body marched in
procession to the Nuuanu Cemetery.
A platform had been erected on the
.Ewa side of the cemetery. The pro
cession arriving at the platform,
formed about it in hollow square.
Here Post-Commander R. W. Laine
delivered an eloquent address in
every respect suitable to the occa
sion. The speaker showed the ap
propriateness of the Decoration Day
observances and tho great results
achieved by the services of the fallen
patriots whose memories "are ever
kept green as tho grassy covering
under which they rest." After the
address followed the ritual of the G.
A. R. for the dead.' The graves of
the dead soidiers were decorated,
and salutes fired over them. The
band played appropriate music
while marching to the cemetery and
at intervals during the ceremonies
there. The procession marched
back to the Post room and was dis
missed. In the evening at 7:30 o'clock,
the Y. M. C. A. hall was closely
packed with a deeply interested au
dience. Tho stars and stripes hung
on the wall over the platform, also
portraits of General Grant and Lieu
tenant George AV. DeLong.
A piano solo, by Miss Lulu Joran
opened the programme. The Post
was called to order, and the Gen
eral Orders read. The roll call of
the Post and the roll call of the
dead were called, and the salute to
tho dead given. Then followed a
fine quartette by Mrs. Hanford,
Mrs. Judd and Messrs. Hall and
Yarndlcy. In the absence of the
commander, his address of welcome
was read by Comrade Rev. J. A.
Cruzan, who conducted the exercises
of the evening. An able address
was delivered by His Excellency
Geo. W. Merrill, United States Min
ister Resident. The speaker, among
other things observed "that tlio roll
call is growing shorter and shorter,
tlio ranks thinner, and that ere long
only ono company can bo mustered,
and that in single rank, while soon
thereafter Memorial Day will come
and go with no officer or even a pri
vate of that Grand Army to call the
roll or scatter a flower over the dust
which covers their bones.
But when the last comrade shall
be called to bivouac beyond the por
tals of the tomb, will there bo no
ono to 'cover them over with beau
1 have faith to answer, Yes. 1
hao faith to say that the silent
mounds covering the dead lieioes
aro sacred and Imperishable monu
ments of an ctcinal principle, the
foundations of which ore so immov
able in tho hearts of our people
that future generations will guard
them with loving care, adorn them
by preserving that unity for which
they died, and emblematical of their
unswerving fidelity, will decorate
them with the garlands of May."
The address was received with
Comrade V. V. Ashford delivered
an address vindicating the military
profession from erroneous opinions
ex'sting witli reference to it.
This was followed by a violin solo
by Professor Yarndlcy, accompanied
by Miss Joran at the piano.
Mr. Locke Uichardson recited,
with masterly power, the text of I.
Samuel, 17th Chapter-rthe Btory of
David and Goliath.
A trio was suug by Mrs. Ilanford,
Mrs. Criiznn and Mrs. Judd.
An address was then delivered, by
Consul-Geueral J. II. Putnam in
which he sketched the history of
tho slavery agitation which led to
the rebellion, and also paid fitting
tributes to the memory of the brave
men who fought the battles of tho
Republic from the beginning.
"Viva L'Amcrica" was sung with
enthusiasm by the audience, after
which Comrade Rev. J. A. Cruzan
dismissed the assemblage with the
Editor Spies, of the Chicago
"Arbeitor Zeitung," would be glad
to receive small files on subscription.
Ho is at present on the wrong sido
of tlio bars. Alta Cain.
. A bath-houso at McCook, Ne
braska, has been guilty of contempt
of Court. Tlio District Judge was
taking a steam in it when tho boiler
exploded, blow him through tlio
roof and landed him in a .snow
bank. Alta Cala.
Ilegn to inform the Public In general
tuttt ho has rccdved an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
Wanted to Let,
9 NICELY FUHN1SHED ROOMS,
j-i one of which is a handsome liirgo
ft out room, to lo vacant on the Gill of
next month May ho sccund bv calling
early at MK8. McCON NELL'S,
an tf No. 4 Oart'un Lane.
THE above Residence of Mr. Thco.
II. Davles, comprising 4 acres
of land, and
2 Complete Houses,
which will us let separately or together.
J3f Very liberal terms will be oflcr
ed to good "tenants. Apply to
33 1m TIIEO. II. T1AVIES ,t CO.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
S .AJL-IMCOTV !
Just received, per Zcalau
diu, nnd foi sale by
P. ADAMS .te CO.,
Queen Street. lm
QUONO YUEN YORK KEE of Ho
nolulu, Onltu, having unulo an
assignment of all their property, etc., to
the umlcisiuned for the heneflt of their
creditors, notice Is hereby given lo all
perbOiH to present their claims against
tho said QuonuYuen York Keo within
one month Irom date td M. Louhson, at
the olllcc of JI. ti. (.ilnb.mm ii Co.,
Honolulu, ami all pcf-ons indebted to
t-nld Quotig Yuen YoikKeuare hereby
requested to make Immediate payment
to the unt'crlgnid. M LOUISSON,
Assignee of Quong Yuen York Kec.
Honolulu, May '.'4 lt-80 30 lw
THE undersigned Is prepared to fur.
nish specimens af nil the
Ferns of the Hawaiian Islands
at uakonahlo latcs.
Complete CollcrtloiiM embrac
ing 14!) varieties represeniliig'JO f.imllloi
prepnred to order only. These collection
display tin ti i o fronds of each fern with
roots and other important parts of each
plant. Collections embracing from 'JO
to 60 varieties elegantlv mounted and
decorated with mows, lichens and sea.
weeds peculiar to the Islands always on
hand at Mes-n. King Bros.' Art btore,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Packages of the spores of all varieties
of ferns found in the group for sale.
Tlieso packages are guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are securely put up and
accurately named. Price per packet 10
Pamphlet containing paitimdara In
rofcreneu to living plants, with a catn.
loguo of tho ferns mailed to any addicss
within the Poind Union upon lecelpt of
5 cent stump. Address,
F. L. GLAHKE,
67 Honolulu, Oahu, li. I.
PIGS FOR SALE.
A FEW CIIOIOE fmall
PIGS, fit for roaMlng
AIo, a few choice Duroc
ras Pica, for brecdlne nur-
poiee. Apply at
40 lm LUNALILO HOME.
pcrs.B. An India, onllie'JUtli,
In the Ice Room :
I J UUJIU1UUU
Oclciy, Uoisiradish Root, Sicily Lt.ut.
ons, Hull Donor. Also,
Smoked Salmon & Halibut,
lllock Uodli-h, New Y'ork Cheoae,
and a lurgu assortment of
Groceries and Provisions.
FOIt SALE CHEAP bY
II. IMUV-Y Ac CO.
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co., g 00 100
E. O. Hull & son, 75 100
Inter.Islund S. N. Co., 100 100
Hull Telephone, (g 33 111
Hhw'ii Agricultural Co., (rtluO 100
Wildcr'b Steumhlp Co., 100 100
C. Brewer & Co., 100 100
Woudhiwn Dairy, 00 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 09 100
Waimunalo, 105 100
Star .Mill, US COO
Reclpioclty Sugar Co., fcO 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
3S Merchant Street. 151 ly
X HEREBY respectfully notify my
friends and the public in general,
that I have removed my business to the
Hawaiian C.irriago Manufacturing Co.
where I can be louml to attend to my
customer as usual. Soliciting a con.
tluuauLO of their patronage, and thauk.
ing the public for p.isl fuvois,
I am, inoit sincerely vours,
li. G. bdHUMAN.
Honolulu, April t!l), 188(1. ill'.! lm
Base Ball Books, &c.
Hiiro Ball Guides for 18S0,
Playing Rule of the National League,
Art of Hutting ai.d Bac Running,
Art of Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For salo at T. G. THRUM'S.
Just received per recent arrivals, an ex.
cellent a.snitineui of Hat Letter, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio papers for
h'ank forms, or blank book work. Alio,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
plate tluish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
supctior to animal parchment for pen
woik ur priming, and tough, as leathev.
JJ6JT Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully attended to at
T. . TIIKUM'S,
330 1m 106 Fort gtrcet.
ex brig Conauclo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
C Piano box Bugglos, Full Leather Tops,
5 Piano box Side bar, Leather Top, Quaker
3 Phaetons, Leather-top, Quaker City.
To bejsold immediately a arrivoll
320 Auctioneer and Com. Merchant.
Si'm Candy Factory
Estulli wliecl 1863.
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuauii ami Fort Sts.
Has always on hand the largest Stock
of Cuiiilies. both Plain and Fancy, guar.
antOLd to be STItlCTLY PUKE.,
WlioluNiile niul Ktttull.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of a Twenty Years' Reputation, all
Sixes always ou hand, ornaucnlcd
In any Style.
Pastries of All Description Made to
Order at Short Notice,
Fresh every Day.
Hell and Mtmi d Telephone, No. 74.
T. O .Box No. 70. 68
GRAND GALA NIGHT.
MONDAY, SUSAY 31st
Last Night of tho Season, Grand Farewell Night.
Last Appearance of
Splendid Presents Given Away as Farewell Souvenirs.
HANDSOMEST LADY A Beautiful Present,
IIANDSOMKST GENTLEMEN A Beautiful Prcent,
A Handsome Present for tho Best Conundrum.
A Lcsenn In Magic. Gent's Stein.Wlndlnp; Watch, Lari:' Family Album,
Elegant Dress Pattern, Oil PulntiiiK in Uold Frame.
King Street, between Fort ami Alalcoa Streets,
HAS 11ECEIVEI), I'EIl AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, !!ain. Bacon, Block CodlHi, Kit and tins Sal.
raon Bellies, kegs Butter, Cala Chcu'c, kegs Pickles, kegs PIi Pork, Table Kn.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Wnlnulf, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Ltim h Totij,'uc, Chip,
ped Uccf, cases Oyster., Sardine, SeaFoun Crackers Fk.ui, Bran, Wheat, O its,
White Pastlle Soap, Granulated Sunr, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germe.i,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Pcii, etc. ANo,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. J5?" P. O. Box 873;
342J Telephone 110.
Are now prepared to furnish in quantities to cult purchasers
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in suitable containers for transhipment between the Islands and for
foreign shipment. Special orders will ha receled and packed In "any style re.
Tho Agents have constantly on hand a STOCK of this CfiLEBUATED APTI.
CLE, and will be pleased to furnish consumers with pamphlets containing direc
tions lor use.
Oidcrs can he sent to
New Goods, Just Received !
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full line of Agate Ware, Houso Furnishing Goods, Eild.s & .lewett's Itcfrigcra.
tors, Water Filters and Coolers, Ieo Cheats, White Mountain Ico Orenm Freezers,
new pattern; Ea.y Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Garden and (.'anal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-duwu Muskets, Powder, Shot and Cips,
Feneo Wire and Maples, Manila and Sisal Hope,
Tho latest novelties In Lamp goods, tho very Best and second grade Kerotenc Oil,
Berry Bros. Furniture Varnish. For bftlo at lowest market rales by
A. MOB G AN,
79 & 81 Hi Street
EnlrunceH IV0111 TCIiijj: and iHorolmiit Sn.
Every description of work In tlio abotu lines pcifonned in a llrtr-class manner.
fAlso, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tar Bell Telephone, 107. ""Hgj (IU7 ly) tST Bell Telephone, 167. -Qt
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Real Estato Agent,
Wlluur's Steamship Agent,
Great Burllngtou Hallioad Agent
& TARO CO.
G. IRWIN v Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Mauds.
Old Sosg Premises,
Honolulu, XI. X.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera Houso,
Firo and Life Insurance Agent,
.'..Mi. .r.. Z.xVJ.t,Jc, -'?' V, ,