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Ladies' 6-Butlon Rid Gloves
For SI. 00. At
The Aloade-EGAK & CO.
ait it uTI'ftn
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888.
Stum Klnmi from vrlmhvnul poiti
StniL" Llkellke from Kahnltil
Stnu' MlkahaU from Kauai
Stini Klluuea iluu fiom lliiruakua
Stmr htirpilsc from Hawaii
Sour Kulumaiiu from Wiilmitnalo
Schr Alary fiom llitnnlci
Schr Wiilkle from Kuan
Schr Wiilnialu from Uouonui
Bk Jas A Klnjj from l'ugot Sound
If j-ou wnut n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Two cmbroiilored gents fchirts hnvo
rain atHarnakun Satttr-
Oi.vnml beer nrc more plentiful than
water ut many places on tho other
A Chinaman advertises his services
as a translator from Chinese into
English mid vice-versa.
Stmr U It Bishop lur around Oahu at 0
Schr Llholilio for Kiikalnu at !t p in
Schr Hawaiian! fium Koolatt
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W O Hull for Lahaltia, Mmilnea,
Kona mul Kan at 10 a in
Stmr Jllkahalu fo Kauai ut Ji p in
StinrWalalealu'forKll.iuea and llana-
lcl at 5 p in
Stmr Jut Mukee for Kapaa ut 4 p in
StuirKiuau for llllu and tvnypoi is at !
Stmr Llkcllke for Kaliiilul at ft p m
Stmr Ktlaucu Hon for Ilamakua at ft
Bk Atlanta for Puget Sound
Bktno Planter for H.ui Francisco
Stmr Surprlhc for Latipahochoc at noon
Schr Walinalu for lloiiomu
Schr Wnltclu for Kuan
Fltcsii trudo winds, abundance of
rain, tough weather, and politics a
booming ut liana, is tho leport by
Plans have been drawn for a fine
huge building to bo erected on the
grounds now occupied by V. Brown
fc Co., and to be tihcd by them.
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
TwKNTY-rivr. heifcts canto fiom
Kahtilui by the steamer Likuliko
ycsleiday for Woodlawn Dairy. While
the heifers wcro on the wharf one of
them plunged ovoibouul for a short
From tho Volcano, per steamer Kl
nau, April 1 Mrs K P Wlard, John A
"Wood and wife, E Zoctz, W Driver, 15
AJudsou, Z T Dals, Z T Moore, A
Dottotrr, G Urowu and wife, .1 A Gon
hiilvcs, l.ortl Dahymplu Pioiii Ha
waii and way ports Capt G W Wil
fong, U Afong, B Lycan, II A Meyer,
,r b itainos, lion D Kamsil, L Cahunt,
W S May, C Arnald. Wong Kwai,
W II Wiight, Mrs .1 Bell and child, Mrs
G it Ewatt and 2 cliildien, L Akc, It P
Cornweli, It Von Tempsky, J II U
Warned and wife, Sain Oliod and wife,
.and 111 deck.
From Kaliiilul, Ilan.i and wayports,
per stmr Likelike. April 1 A M
tiproull, C A Galattc, W Goo.htlc, Mr
Douglas, E II Bailey, S F Chlllingworth,
J Moukliouse, Josepli S Pciry and wife,
W Von Gr.ivennieyer and wife, Cluing
fee, Mrs W P A Brewer and child,
Capt Iteynohls, 10 deck and 2prisoneis-
From Kauai, per fctmrMikahala, Aptll
1 lion G 11 Dole and son, O Sclioltz,
G Markham and wife, S W Wilcox and
wife, Miss Forbes, Jlis A Paris, Chun
Sing and 47 deck.
Danii:i, Hond, who lives down near
the Marine Itailwny, had his head
cut by somebody Saluiday night.
Bond was (tented by Dr. Giay, who
sowed up the wound. Later the in
jured niaii was locked up on a charge
of drunkenness, but was uol. pros'd.
lie docs not tell the niinica of the
patty or parties who out hitn.-
The suggestion mndo by tho Bul
letin a few days ngo respecting
light refreshments at the band con
certs, at Emma and Thomas
Squares, has bocn received with
favor, ami is likely to result in tho
"long-felt want" being speedily
supplied. A responsible party has
taken tho matter in hand and ap
plied to the proper authorities for
permission to carry the suggestion
into effect. Tho authorities not
only interpose no obstacle, but read
ily granted permission, coupled with
reasonable and proper conditions.
Consequently a beginning will be
made by tho erection of a neat and
sightly little structure contiguous to
Emma Square, and in a very sliott
time tho patrons of the concerts
there will be able to procure on the
s-pot cold drinks, ice eicam, cake,
sandwiches and hot coffee. Mr. J.
E. Brown has the matter in hand.
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YjOoU nt t!io Vltic Iiltio or
Dress Goods, .
Tho Arcado EGAN & CO.
Latent HI j I cm.
A. Vino r.luo
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.,
COAL IS VERY SCARGE,
And high in price, T. .1. King at
the Union Feed Co., has a large lot
of hard wood sawed into stove length.
For sale at very low pi ices for enBlt.
Call and sco him about it. 900 lit
WEATHER REPORT FOR MARCH.
AT 0 A. M. LOCAL TIME.
Two prisoners, u Portuguese and
a Chinaman, liandcufied together,
came front Maui by the steamer Etkc
4iko yestotday, in charge of Deputy
Sheriff Chillingworth,. The prt
soners.got ashoie before their keeper
and tan away. Up to noon to-day
the piisoners had not been caught,
and this afternoon i?2.") rewind for the
ai rest of each, was offered by the
CARGOES FHOM ISLAND PORTS.
Khiaii 8534 bags sugar, 15IJ packages
hides, 200 goat skins, 150 bags of
spuds and coin, 10 walu awa, 40
bags taro, 0 horses, 150 packages
sundries, and 5000 feet ohia lumber.
Kilauea Ilou 2,400 sugar.
llikahala-4,332 bags sugar, L'5 cattle,
130 bags rice and 12 hides.
Likclike 700 bags sugar.
Waimalu 1,500 bags sugar.
Surprise 5,200 bags sugar.
Mary 1,200 bags sugar.
Waiiele 1.200 bags sugar.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hand concert at Emma Square, at
7 :30 o'clock.
Mr. P. C. Jones' book-keeping
class, at the Y. M. C. A. hall, at
Means for month.
Temperature Nitrometer 72
LTueot reeled Barometer Beading. 30. 188
Conected Baiometer Beading.
Temperature, dry bulb
" wet "
Klastiu force nf aqueous vapor.
. Co .7
The bar'i Jtw A King, Capt Bet ry .ar
rived tliis morning 27 days from Port
Townsend with 3S0.532 ft of rough and
80,039 ft of dressed lumber, and 100,000
shingles for llder & Co.
in i i i t
LOCAL & GENERALNEWS.
The Tcmplo of fashion has a new
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Emma Square",
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Overture I fiiiig.n lau ICc'a Bcla
Fantasia F.uewell to the Mounta'ns
Wall. Thine Alone Missler
Iteininiscences of all nations.. .Godf icy
Aloha Oc and AVliile Wings.
Selection Fleldermans Strauss
Turkish Patrol llichaelis
Waltz-Gypscy Baron Strauss
"March Gypscy B.irnt Straus
AT '.) V. H. LOCAL TIMi:.
Uncorrected Barometer Beading. 30.1SI'
Cnticctcit Barometer Beading.. 30.10!)
Teinperatuie, drv bulb OS. 2
" vct " 01.5
Dew point 01. 15
Elastic force of aqueous vapor 552
Belati ve humidity 70.4
Maximum tcmpciaturc 80.1
Minimum temperature 03.0
Painfull as per Flurionicter(inches)2.035
i:.Titi:Mr.s roit month.
Highest conected Bar. raiding, 30.205
on the 17th at 0 i m.
Lowest coirected Bar. reading, 29.025
on the 2d at 9 a. m.
lligliet temperature in shade, 84.5
on the 13th and 14th.
Lovet teinperatuie in shade, 50.5 on
Gieatest daily rainfall, .950 inches
on the 1st.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
Ill J. r. MOllGAN.
At the premises, Queen street, at
12 o'clock noon, the lease of the
premises formeily occupied by Mr.
Khoads as a carpenter shop.
Tub S. S. Austi alia will be duo hero
to-morrow at noon.
Milk is reported to have riben
from 10 to 12 cents per quart.
Tin: leniains of the late Captain
John Ilamuuku, of tho Household
troops, wore intctred ycsleiday at
Kawaiahao cemetery, with military
Company 13 of the Honolulu Bides
beat Company D of the biinio corps
by 17 points in the target shooting
contest at II. K. A. range Saturday
H0TES BY THE KINAU.
Rough in Hawaii channel.
275 tons or 4,010 sacks of
from Pepeckeo last Thursday
Hilo is very dry.
Waiakea and "Wainaku
houses arc full of sugar.
The mountain tops on Hawaii are
covered with snow.
The Kinau will arrive in Hono
lulu next Saluiday morning with
about 9,000 bags of sugar.
The Thermometer at tho Volcano
House last week, legistercd 42 , tho
lowest it has been this winter, while
00 has been the highest, .21
inches of rain fell during the weok.
An undivided half interest in 30,
67-100 acres of land in Kainalu,
Molokai, was knocked down to Mr.
C. Brown for $222, by J. F. Moigan,
this noon, and tho mortgagee's in
torcst in tho Altupuiiii of Pelekuini,
to the same gentleman for $4,000.
A runaway occurred this forenoon
on Nuuaint street. A hack belong
ing to a native eaine t tinning down
Nuuanti wltcot. At tho foot of the
street tho lToibO jumped over a hitch
ing rail and became entangled, and
was then stopped. Tho caniago and
harness was slightly damaged,
Lovu'h Bakory in sincerely thanked
for a donation of excellent Faster
buns, at an eaily hour this morning.
That ebtablishinunt deserves pros
petty by this tecognition of tho fact
that the Bullutin ollico had opened
after Easter- and its iiiantifacturo of
such superior productions as thefau
buns is bound to make it prospctous,
Mit. W, C. Pinko, assigneo of tho
cstutu of J, W. Kahaleanu, an
nounces that ho will, on Monday,
tho 0th of tho picsent month, at 10
o'clock a, in., apply to Chief Justico
Judd for settlement of tho assignee's
account, disehuigo front nil liability,
and fur an otder to make a linal
dividend. A Minihir courbo will bo
followed in regaid to tho estate of
P. Kauiinakaolo & Co., oil tho lttth
Joe Hula, a native man who lias
been working for Mr. Lewis J.
Levey since his opening, fell dead
in tlio auction loom tills afternoon.
Joe Hula was about 35 years of age.
He was married, but had no chil
dren. The body was taken to the
Station House. He had been ill for
some days past. Heart disease is
supposed to have been the cause of
The new Mormon Church on
Pauoa road was dedicated yester
day by Elder Driver, who came
here front tho States for tho purpose.
A large congregation assembled to
witness the ceremony. On Satur
day tho church was completed and
the event was celebrated by a na
tive Itiau, given under tho auspices
of the deacons of tho church, the
proceeds of which went towards de
fraying the expenses of the building.
COOKED TARO FLOUR.
Cooked taro Hour is a novelty
now in the market, and persons
who have made a trial and arc com
petent to judge saj' that the article
is precisely what was wanted by
poi-eaters. The taro is first cooked
by steam, next cleaned by machin
ery, and then ground into fine flour,
thoroughly dried, and bagged for
market. A live pound bag, which
is sufficient for nearly four times
that weight of poi, may be procured
for forty cents, ami may be had
from any grocer in Honolulu. No
further cooking whatever is re
quired. The flour can be converted
into poi by adding water and mix
ing, and used immediately, if the
fiesh aiticlo be desired. Keeping
21 hours will sour it sulllciently for
Mr. W. II. Cumniiugs, the Ho
nolulu agent, walked into the Bul
letin olllcc the other day, with a
small package of the Hour in his
possession, and here right under the
editorial eye, in less than a minute,
made it glass of really good poi, en
tirely free from lumps. On tltis ex
hibition and sample the Bullutin is
satisfied that the claims put forward
by the manufacturers in their ad
vertisement are not exaggerated,
and confidently recommend a trial
of the cooked taro Hour.
Monday, April 2, 1888.
Henry Thompson, 3 natives and 1
Jap paid $0 eacli for drunkenness.
Daniel Hond, charged with drunk
enness was discharged.
J. Alapai, larceny of $1 worth of
stones. Achi for defendant; Ma-
goon to assist.tho prosecution. Con
tinued to the Gth.
Kintna, profanity, discharged.
J. Johnson, malicious mischief to
Thos. Carpenter, assault and bat
tery on l'ankaiile, 87.
I. do Malo, disturbing the quiet
of the night, discharged.
Kttla, selling spirituous liquors
without a iicenso, lined $125.
Yesterday, EaBtcr Sunday, was
celobrated at tho various churches
in tho city by special and appro
UOMAX CATHOLIC CATlir.I)ltAL.
At tho ltomau Catholic Cathedral
high mass was celebrated at 10
o'clock a. in. The Bishop of Olba
olllcintcd, assisted by his clergy.
Before tile time to begin the cathe
dral was crammed full to overflow
ing. Princess Liliuokalani was in
the audience. The musical part of
the service was rendered by the St.
Louis College boys, and excellently
rendered too. An appropriate dis
course in Hawaiian was delivered by
the Bishop. Baptism of infants and
ST. ANDUf.W'S CATIlUUnAL.
There was a very full attendance,
at 11 o'clock a. rii., at St. Andrew's
Cathedral. Whon the service com
menced there was not a single scat
available. The church was prettily
decorated with ferns and flowers, the
work of many fair skillful hands on
tho previous day, tho ladies of the
choir being conspicuous in this labor
of love. The members of tho choir
were id I in attendance, and the
excellent manner in which tho
musical portion of the service
was rendered testified to much
careful training and practice.
The anthem "Break Foutth Into
Joy" was sung with great precision
and effect. The offertory as an
nounced by the olllciating clergyman,
was in aid of the St. Andrew's
Cathedral funds, and liberal dona
tions were especially asked. An
eloquent sermon just long enough,
was preached by the Kcv. George
Wallace, the text being taken from
Rev. Chap. I, 18 verse, "Behold I
am alive for ever more," which was
listened to with the greatest atten
tion during the entiro 12 minutes
occupied in its delivery.
CKNTIIAI. UNION CIIUUCII.
At the Central Union Church, the
morning service was conducted by
the Kcv. Dr. Beckwith, assisted by
the Rev. T. V. Moore. The choir,
and pulpit were beautifully decor
ated with flowers and evergreens.
The music was exceptionally good,
and the sermon by tho pastor re
viewed the story of the resurrection.
In the evening there was a praise
service which brought out a large
congregation ; the church was
crowded in every part. The choir
sang some very beautiful selections,
while the choir and congregation
joined in singing the hymns. Avery
able discourse on praise by tht Rev.
T. V. Moore concluded the service.
Easter was appropriately com
memorated in tlte services at Queen
Emma Hall. The morning lesson
was on the resurrection; Mr. Fujita
interpreting for Dr. Hyde: and Mr.
Ukai, recently from San Francisco,
making an appropriate address in
AT Tlir. CIIINKSK CIIUUCII.
Mr. F. W. Damon, the Super
intendent of the work of the Ha
waiian Hoard among the Chinese
had the Chinese Church handsomely
decorated with Easter flowers and
palms. There were special services
of song fiom the children of the
Sunday School and the day schools
under the charge of Miss May Green
and Miss Kuisin. There were 51
who partook of the communion after
an appropriate sermon by tho Chinese
preacher, Rev. Dr. Hyde olllciating.
TAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
WORKS. 'Hid Aeinleri Witters
manufactuietl nt the above establish
metit aro used by all the principal
families at Honolulu, and exclusively
by II. B. 31. escls of war visiting this
port. Plain Soda Water equal to
Schweppcs. Depot 29 Merchant street.
There's no uso talking,
C.ttidv Factory makes
delicious Chocolate Cremnsl 08 lw
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
V tin) ssaw
I SAY, JENNY! When wo go down
town we'll cull at tho Elite and get
an exquisitu Ice Cream Drink I 93 lw
GET SOME Genuine Oldfasliloncd
lliittcrscotch Candy, at the now
Candy Factory 1 'Yttitil Yum!"
YAN'S BOAT" "bUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
?INEST BRANDS OF CALI-
luruia l'oit, Madeira ami Alalaira.
for salo in keg and case by
GONSALVFS & CO.,
01 Queen street.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratefully recelv
cd for the use of the inmate? of tho
Hruncli Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
or at tho Leper Sctthnent on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Watcrhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Slorc. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Beretania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuho's House,)
Kindergarten S Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and Gcrnvm taught, and
Music Le3ons given.
A fafc conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
7a Mutual Telephone No. 5G1. Um
By the Steamer Australia, due here on
April 3rd', Mr. Ehrlich will return to Hono
lulu, with a large and Varied stock of Dry
Goods, Ladies' and Gent's furnishing goods
Part of these goods have been imported
direct from Tow York, where they were
manufactured exprcssjy for this market.
The entire lot ot these goods will be of
fered at prices which will prove highly
satisfactory lo everyone.
We will take great pleasure in showing
these goods to the public.
83 & 65 Eort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sis.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Wo Will Soil
223 donn Ladies Linen Capo Collars at
10 cents each
Hamburg Edging from 5c. up
320 pcrfectnttiug Misses' Corsets at 25s
216 doz Gent's Cotton Undershirts at 25c
181 dozen Misses' and Child ren'fc Silk.
clocked Hose, full finish, 25c. '
2015 dozen Men's Silk-clocked Hose, full
finish, $2.50 per do?.
1G0 doz Men's Bthhed Iloe, full finish,
at S2.C0 per do.
6!1 do. Gem's Col. Shirts, collars and
culT, at 50c eicli.
51 dozen Boy's Straw Hats, SOc.'cach,
worth 51 00
70 doz Children's School lints at COc,
THE BLUE IIIBDOH LEAGUE.
Tho entertainment given by tho
Bluo Ribbon Lenguo on Saturday
night was v;c up to tho standard of
such entertainments. Kacli number
of tho programme- was well exe
cuted and elicited an encore, which
was responded to Tho mldresH by
the Hoy. T. V. Jloorc wob listened
to with close attention, after which,
upon the invitation of tho President,
a few went forward and signed tho
A GOUDH "REMEDY.
ONIY TWKNY-nvn ClINTH I'UU POUND.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
Itiitated throats and nnnoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Pactory of I Hoin. Plenty of testi
monials. DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns, 2 per mnum.
BBTWEEX Piikoi and Kuc.
iiumoku strccti, lot tuns
tluoimli to Kinau blrtct, 100
feet fiontage. Good pastmago. Coltigo
contains 5 rooms, carriage house and
ttahles for D or 4 horses, itcnt $20 per
nioiit'j. Apply to
.LB. BBOWN & CO.,
M tf 2d Metelmut street.
IT WAS FIRST CLASS.
"I should like to see a little of
your society out here," said a Bos
ton neophyte to a Dodge City mer
chant, "I have hoard that it is as
refined and cultivated as that of the
"You bet It is," said tho mer
chant proudly. "We ain't no
slouches when it comes lo a serciety
frolic out here. You just slip
'round to the back door of my
place at midnight to-night, and
tiring a mask and two or three good
stx-sliooters with you. lucre's a
chap down in our juil that wo arc
going lo have a little frolic with,
lie was caught with six horses that
wasn't liis'n. All you got lo do is
to come along and see the fun. I'll
furnish tho rope, and tho other gen
tlemen will 'lend to kicking in the
jail door ami getting the felloff.put
and down to tho tree we geirrolly
use for such festivities. Ain't had
sich a parly for 'niott a month, and
I'm glad ono's comlii' off so's you
pan see a little of our sorciety, I
tell you it's first class. Detroit
FOR TWO WEEKS !
We mean to keep trade lively.
Visit our establishment, ask our prices,
and vou will think so too.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and JSTow Chroraos, at
G. WEST J CO.'S. -
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors andErames, at
Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO. S.
Bedroom. Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Doll Carriages, Boy's
Wheel Barrows, at
c west & co.s.
Carts and Small
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Hvo been selling cheap, but the preEcnt
stock will go lor a mere song.
This great cut Ib
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY !
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Aecordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Violins, Banjos, &c;, &c, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
rpiIItKU COTTAGES in
ut thoKiflli Mnrket.
CO'LT'AOK on Lllilta
htieet, between King
and School streets. Kent $13
r.ur month. Apply to
M. S. GBLNHAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen btieet.
COTTAGES TO IiET.
COTTAGE TO LET.
7IVE iiiliuito3' walk from
: tho I'o.t (illlce. Hilt-
able for a bachelor.
J. M. M.ONSAKIUT.
located, within fi minutes'
walk of the Poal Olllrc. An npporltt.
nity hcldom oll'ered to secure a comfort,
utile hoiuu within easy reach of tho
busliict ptrt of the city. Eor parti
culars li,qtiiro at
opi tf GUIJOK'S AGENCY.
Chas. J. lishel,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
For San Francisco.
The Occidental & Oriental S. S. Coin,
pany's lino slcamshlp
S- -A-13 X- I O , '
Will sail for Ban Kmnclbco
On or about tho 4th of April, '88,
For fteight and passage apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
S02 7t Agents.
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
PianoB and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
HAS JUST RECEIVED
JOB PRINTING ol all klodi e
cuted at the Duly Bulletin Office
rpO exchange a No. 1 Piano for n
JL llorso and I'liaeion, or for a Horse
uud ilruko. luquirn ut thU ofllce.
Dupeo Iliuns & Uacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegt
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysteru, Salmon,
Cranberry Satico, Boston Brown Bread, Table Fruits, Gorraca,
HnckiiiH &. Franco American Feed !o.'h AttHort'd Soaps,
Kidges Food, Imperial Granutn, Rolled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafers, Oaten "Wafers, Snow Flako & Cream
Crackers, Gingor Wafers, Chocolato "Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Pop Corn, Garden Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Puddinrr, etc., etc. etc.
a General Assor't ot Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit thaTtmftR.
Coy Leavo your orders, or ring up 119. te