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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUARY 10, 1889.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack Btand : Merchant and Fort
Btrccl. Telephones, 335.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1C, 1880.
Ainfcchr Itobeit Scaile fiom l'oit
Sohr Kaullluu fiotn Knuat
Sohr bnrah & Eliza from Koolau
llktnc W Q Irwin from San Fianei'co
Ilk Klikltat from Port Townsonit
Schr Ilaluaknla for l'epoekeo
Schr Mol Wahliio for Llamakiia
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr ICaala for alanac ami Watalna
al !) a in
Stuir C 11 lhop for n Circuit of Oahn
For Maui and Hawaii per stnr Klnuu,
Jan lii Miss G l'oit r, Miss X DantoN,
W U Wilfonj,', U 12 Itlcliiudiuii, Chun
hung, J I) Coel.ctt and wife, Jlies
Mabel and Mary llllelicoek, V Davis
1)11 Hitchcock jr, S Kimiirn, Itev lea
ther Miixiuu, JO Oldhifr, O 1? ISeaul, J
Kenton, II 1$ Klch.ud, T It Keyvoitb,
F M &vaii,y. Itov Mr Xoall, Itev S
Ulial, C A Chuptil, MhK I'uuUu, .1 U
Hopkins, Mrs Miehad,Mis-, II K Wilder,
and GO deck.
CARGOES FiluM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr G It Disliop 'L0 l:s lice.
Schr Kaulilua V"i0 g- sugar.
The S S Australia palled for San Fran
cisco yesterday at noon taking 17,001
bg-t sug.ir, weighing 2,lL'l,(ilS lbs, val
ued at SlOO.r.Oa.SO: .1,005 bgs rice w eigh
ing :!00,500 lbs and valued at 817,5!74 75;
besides -1.045 buebs bananas, r05 bndls
of grceu hides 10 bndls iliy hide-", 15
biulls of kip goat and "-beep sMns 40
pkgs betel leaves, 50 bndls .sugar cane,
10 bgs yams, a bgs coffee, :tl5 empty
beer kegs and Si bbls tallow. Total
value of domestic produce 1:11,011.05
The pi lncipal skippers were: Irwin it
Co., II. A. Wldcmjiiu, J. A. Campbell
and Hyman Uro.
y. m. c. a. singing class.
To-morrow evening Mr. A. D
Bisscll will commence a second
course of vocal instruction to young
men at the Y. M. C. A. hall, com
mencing at 7 o'clock. The oppor
tunity is one that should not be neg
A special meeting of the Board
of Underwriters was held this morn
ing at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce. There was a general
discussion on the frequent occur
rence of incendiary fires in and about
the citj' ol late. A committee was
appointed to diafta memorial to be
presented to the Government.
The following tenders have been
received at the Interior Office for
repairs and an addition at Oahu
E. IJ.'.Thomas $o,02f
Fred Harrison 4,887
J. F. Howler
"Walker & Kedward.
The last named was accepted.
SUPREME COURT-JAM. TERM.
Itl'.FOIti: IHCKI'.ltTON J.
AVedni:suay, Jan. 10th.
The Couit opened at 10 a. in.,
foreign jurors in attendance.
The King vs. All Fook. Opium
in possession. Appeal from Police
Court. V. V. Ashford, counsel for
defendant, files withdrawal of ap
peal. The King vs. Ah Wai. Posses
sion of opium. Appeal. A few
days ago counsel for defendant gave
notice that appeal would bo with
drawn. Col. Ashford now gives notice
that the appeal would not be with
drawn, and the case would stand
for trial to go on when called.
The King vs. Ah Tai. Gaming.
Appeal from Police Court. Tried
befoie the following jury: J. A.
Hopper, Charles Lucas, E, Suhr,
Hugh Gunn, A. Giliillan, J. A.
Spear, G. MoLeod, T. F. Lansing,
G. E. IIowo, II. G. Crabbc, G. C.
Stmtcinoycr and J. M. Dowsolt.
Mr. 'KaitluUoti who appeared for tho
defendant in the Polico Court with
drew from the case, and Mr. Neu
mann informed the Court he had
also withdrawn, Tho Couit said
under the circumstances no council
could he assigned to the defendant.
Tho jurw returned a verdict of
KKl'OHB 1'OLlOi: JIISTICi: FOSTKK.
Wi:ixi:siAY, January 10th.
A nolle pros was entered against
8 hoys charged with truancy.
Chas. Turner for violating ex
press regulations was reprimanded
Three cases of deserting contract
service were settled out of Couit.
James Ucnuott for escaping from
prison was sentenced to one mouth's
Joe (Portuguese), charged with
Hulling ni'lk without u license was
remanded to the 10th.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A nuNcii of keys has been lost.
Kuit.vtsr.i) rooms arc aduulised to
A PMAM. furnished cottaj;o is wrnt-
II. H. M. H. C'oimorniit has
A i'.otkt. of dissolution of paitnei
ship appeal in another column.
TiikU. H. S. Dolphin will piobably
leave on Fi iday for the China sta
tion, Tin: U. S. S. Adams, Capt. Leary,
left for Ban Francisco shortly after 5
o'clock last evening.
Mu. Matthew Makalua has won his
eeitilicatc of lienor in anatomy nt
King's College, London.
Claims in tho bankruptcy of V.
11. Utacnhalgh wcio pioscd in the
Supionio Couit this moiniug.
Tin: Itoyal Mail Steamer Zciihin
dia is due on Satuulay fiom the
Coast en loulo to the Colonies.
Tin: Honolulu Arion Society will
hold its legular ielisais.il thi.s even
ing at their hall at 7 :It0 o'clock.
Has any one yet commenced to
catch and cage mynah birds and
spauowsV Tlieie's millions in it.
Tai: olllccis of the Hawaiian Hell
Telephone Company for the ensuing
year will be found in .mother column.
Tin: pvogiaminc of the races for
Match lGlh at Kapiolani Park, ap
peals in a icviscd form in this issue.
A ltnwAiti) is oU'eicd for the return
of n yellow satchel, containing a
pui:e, keys and bills, lost in town
Tin: tegular monthly meeting of
tho W. C. T. U. uill held to-monow
afternoon at 2:150 o'clock, at tho Y.
M. C. A. pailois.
Cam.s for Doctor Tucker after of
fice bonis can bo made on his private
telephone Mutual No. 2fiS, or on the
Eagle 11 onto telephone Hell Xo. ISSU.
Tin: juiy in the case of Einil Weiy
cbaiged with selling liquor without a
license leturned a venlict of not
guilty last evening, one juror dissent-"B-
A mail closes at the l'osl Ollicc at
4 o'clock this afternoon for San
Ki.iucitco to be forwarded by the C.
D. Hiyant which bails caily to-inor-iow
Mn. Chas. J. McCailhy and Miss
M.i.'gio Moigan will bo united in
111.11 ungo thi evening al the Itoiuan
Catholic Cathedral. A leccption
will follow at the lesidenee ol the
Hy a late loturn presented to the
Biitish l'ailiament the average con
sumption of btigar per head in Gieat
Biituin, is stated to have increased
fiom 42 lbs. in 1SC7 to 70 lbs. in 1887,
or !lllb. per head.
EVENTS ThMS EVENIKC
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral and Central Union Chinch at
7:30 p. 111.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Diill Co. C Honolulu Killes at
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion So
ciety at usual time and place.
Debating Society at usual time
Annual meeting of Hawaiian Agri
cultural Company at 10 o'clock a.m.
Meeting of W. C. T. U. at 2:30
This operetta is again to he pro
duced shortly at the Opeia IIouso
by the local Amateur Opera Com
pany. This time in its entirety, in
cluding dialogue and all accessories.
Lieut. Pears continues to be in
defatigable in his cxcitions at the
nightly rehearsals, and, judging
from last evening's practice, a gieat
treat may be looked for.
Upon the last occasion our ama
teurs, more especially amongst the
ladies, a Horded an opportunity to
Hie public to hear and appreciate
their high musical attainments. At
the coining performance will be
added the dramatic portion of the
operetta, previously omitted for.
want of tho time necessary to pre
pare the parts.
It is expected that the operetta
will bo given in the Opera House on
or about Saturday, the 20th inst.,
and an oveillowing house may be
looked upon as a foregone conclu
This lino vessel arrived yestciday
after a passage of 23 days from
l'oit Tov, nseiul, on this, her niaideu
She brings a cargo of 810,000
feet lumber consigned to Allen &
The Ilobert Searlcs is n veiy
handsome vessel of 370 tons regis
ter, but looks much larger.
This type of vessel is quite new,
and, from the high praise bestowed
upon her hy Captain Piltz the has
piovcd herself to be all that was
expected of her by her builders.
She is a very fast, weatliorly yessel,
and, from the great convenience
I afforded her by licr four musts, cn-
abling Ihe sails to be more equally
distributed, it is probable that a new
departure will he taken by ship
builders, and that the four-master
will bo the ship of tho future, es
pecially in till' lumber carrying
On the passage down, in lat. '.'7
2s long. 1 12 W. heavy gales of
wind were encountered, thus giving
an oppoitunity of testing the quallS
tics of the vessel in bad weather,
but not a drop of water was shipped
she rode the seas easily, and did not
carry away a ropeyarn.
The Scarles is e'leganlly fitted up
in her cabin, the captain's quarters
being roomy, cool, and quite
Captain Piltz has been long and
favorably known in the Tahiti and
San Francico tiadc as master of
tho Staghound, carrying the French
mail; and nioic recently has earned
a deservedly high reputation in the
Mexico and Central American trade.
After an vaiied experience ex
tending over many years, in nil
classes of vessels, Captain Piltz
says, "give me a four masted schooner
THE GOHSPIRACY CASE.
AXI) Tlir.X I'lXADS
In the Supreme Couit at one
o'clock tliis afternoon, the case of
the King vs. K. II. Hayselden, con
spiracy, was called for trial before a
foreign jury. Mr. Hayselden ad
dressed the Court as follows:
May it please the Court: You
as well as the community here are,
no doubt, aware of all the facts in
this case. The indictment accuses
me of conspiracy to defraud the
Government of nearly $3,000. This
is untrue. I was commanded by
His Majesty the King to obtain cer
tain liquors from G. W. Macfar
lane & Co., amounting in all to
about S 1,000. The puichase was
not my purchase, the goods were
not my goods. 1 was not liable for
them. I simply cai iied out the or
ders given to me, and I refer Your
Honor to the evidence given by His
Majesty in Hie Macfarlane trial to
substantiate what I say that I act
ed solely as His Majesty's agent in
the matter. Macfarlane had no
right to charge the goods to me
personally, nor did I carry the Cus
tom House orders to settle any lia
bility of my own. There was no
conspiracy to effect any settlement,
certainly not on 1113' pait, but 1 am
informed that the law declines that
an unlawful object was eariiedout
between Macfarlane and myself un
der an agreement. This also is un
title, there was no agreement be
tween Macfailaue and 1113'self what
ever. My whole offense then was
that I di(l as 1 was bidden, believ
ing I ought to comply with the bid
ding, and cairied the orders handed
me by Curtis P. Iaukca to Henry
Macfailaue, to whom I delivered
them. Yet I plead guilty to the
First, because the Court has de
cided in the Macfailaue case that
the receiving of the Custom House
orders from Iaukca and the delivery
of the same to Macfailaue was un
lawful. Second, because I am convinced
that there are men in this commun
ity who, fiom political prejudice,
would take their seats as jurors ami
yet condemn me, 110 matter what the
evidence might be.
Hon. Paul Neumann, counsel for
Mr. Hayselden said, the case was a
peculiar one. There had been no
intention to do any harm.
Attorney-General Ashford said
he thought twelve men could be
found to try the case without any
political prejudice had a plea of not
guilty been entered. In the MatjJ
farlanc case the defendant was Illicit
$200, the maximum 11101103' penalty.
Mr. Ilayscldcu should not receive
any more, and no imprisonment
should bo indicted. The Court
should take into favorable consider
ation the plea of guilty. He would
leave it with the Court to impose a
Hue from one cent to two hundred
Mr. Neumann said tho defendant
had cast no rcllection on the pre
sent jury panel, but a point might
have arisen wheic it would bo found
necessary to call talesmen in.
His Honor told Mr. Hayselden to
appear in Court at one o'clock p. 111.
The following decision was filed
yesterday in the Supicino Court:
John J1. Howler vs. the Hoard of
Immigration. Hcfore McCuIly J.
in Chambers. Killings on tho de
murrer. 1. 1 overrule the first point, thai
the biiit is in effect and fact a suit
against the Hawaiian Government,
biought without the consent of the
Justices of the Supreme Court, the
endorsement being a biilllcicut rea
son for this ruling.
2. 1 sustain the demurrer In the
second point, that Henderson (mas
ter of bark Kalukaua) .should he
joined as co-plaintiff. He is a parly
to the contract. It does not appear
that he has not an interest in it,
and that Howler has the sole inter
est. It is not in the form of u chatt
er paity v.hich the master luib made
for the owner. All the infeieiieos
are that Henderson has an inteiest
therein, or he would not bo joined
In tho contract,
3. I sustain the thiid point, that
it docs not appear fiom tho contract
that the Hoard of Immigration is a
party, for It is nowhero expressed
therein that tho Hoard of luimigra-
Hon enters into a contract. The
solo color for bringing the action
against tho defendant is that L.
Aholo describes himself as Minister
of the Interior and President of the
Hoard of Immigration, and proceeds
thereafter ns the party of tho second
pint. It is not a contract by the
Hoatd of Immigration nor on behalf
of the Hoard.
1. 1 hold pio forma that the
Hoard of Immigration cannot be
made a party defendant to a suit in
3. The whole recoid being brought
befoie the Couit upon dcintiircr, 1
hold uiion a point not raised in the
defendant's demurrer that this ac
tion in manncrand form declared will
not lie, because there is no agree
ment by the patty of the second
pait to put any passenger on board
the plaintiff's vessel. This specially
meets the allegation in the second
count of the complaint that the
paity of the second part agreed
that there should be three hundred
adult passengers placed on board.
L must iind the terms of the agree
ment in the written instrument on
which the action is biought.
Judgment for defendant. Appeal
noted by plaintiff. AT S. Ilartwcll
and W. A. Whiting for the plaintiff 5
Altoine.v-Gcncral C. W. Ashford
for the defendant.
HAWAII AT MELBOURNE.
:n ns or oris sim:ciai. commissioner
Kiion 'i m: i:xiiiiiitiox.
Mr. Henry II. Williams, Special
Commissioner for Hawaii at the
Melbourne Exhibition, returned on
Saturday last on the Alameda, look
ing in good health and as if lie had
enjoyed himself. Mr. "Williams left
Honolulu August 4th, 1888, and
first visited the piincipal cities in
New Zealand, with which ho was
much impressed. , He went to Tas
mania and also visited the principal
cities in Australia. Arriving at
Melbourne, he fitted up the Hawai
ian exhibit, rcceiviusi valuable as
sistance from Mr. G. K. Oaklej',
Hawaiian Consul at that city. Mr.
Williams spent nearly three months
in Melbourne. Each da3' he visited
the exhibition and talked about the
islands to hundreds and thousands
of people. Some showed great ig
norance, inaii3' not knowing where
the group was situated, while otlieia
were surpiised to find that we had
buildings in Honolulu which would
compare favorably with those in the
larger cities of tho world. Mr.
Williams sa3-s that the Sandwich
Islands seemed to be least known of
aii3- eountiy. He did all in his
power to give a conect answer to
questions, not exaggerating in the
least. Copies of the "Paradise of
the Pacific" were distributed by
him to the visitors. The exhibition
itself was a vcr3 flue one and the
music specially provided was grand,
the orchestra numbering scvci'
five pieces and the chorus live bun
dled voices, all under the direction
of Mr. F. II. Cowcn, a well known
English musician who received $25,
000 and expenses for his services.
During Mr. Williams' sta3 in Mel
bourne he was the lccipicut of many
favors, lie was a guest at tho Com
missioners banquet, Lady Loch's re
ception and man' other brilliant
entcilainmeuls; held a free pass
over all the Victorian railroads and
Mas appointed an lionorar3 member
of the Melbourne Masonic Club.
Mr. Williams attended cricket anil
lootball matches, and witnessed the
race for the Melbourne Cup, when
over l.")0,000 people were on the
grounds. While at Sydnej' he saw
a baseball match between Spalding's
American teams. He also visited
lus biilhphicu about 8 miles from
C.isllcmaiuc on tho Kangaroo creek
and met many of his fathers acquain
tances. Mr. Williams intended returning
to Honolulu by wa3' of Eiiglaud,but
was compelled to leturn homo sooner
than he expected owing to a pres
ume of business. He enjoyed the
whole trip very much indeed. Ha
waii is indebted to Mr. Williams for
Hie faithful and cllicicnt manner in
which he it-presented the country at
One of the hast utilized waste
products of Atiblria, reaultinj; in tho
manufacture of large quantities of
paper ami cloth, aio corn lnibka.
A Hoarch has been begun in the
Athiatie Sea, near Trieste, for tretin
oin which went down with the
French corvette Daual in 1812.
Apiopos Scribbler I have writ
ten an article on birds; how should
1 aigu It? Jonkyns Use a iiom do
plume. Town Topica.
Heaver Ilurkina i a man who
alwayH holili i"ast to the truth.
Cleverly Yes; 1 notice he never
leU It escape him. Drake's Maga
"A cyclono of wedding" report
ed in New York city seems to indi
cate that inarriac;o is a howling huo
ciibS, no matter what people bay
It is not good form to exhibit
wedding presents. Hut it In per
missible to intimate that they have
bten put in the safe-dopoiut vaults
for stcuie keeping.
Yes, it is always best for the
olllce to Heek the mail, for the olllce
know. just where to fliid him,
whereas it is not always so easy for
the man to llnd the olllce.
The Shah of Persia has forbidden
the Introduction of foieign capita)
into thai eountiy, and it is believed
that the action is aimed at Gieat
Xoltccs under tkla hcal are chnrgeit 10 ctnlt
per line for the Jlrtt inttrtion, and ft ctnti per line
cicry aailillonal Insertion,
YAN'S BOAT " BUILDING
SHOP. Uear of Luens' Mill.
Dissolution of Purliiorsliip.
K. .1. M. .MACDOXALD
111 o.l fiom our tlrin.
J. K. HKOWN & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. II, 1890. US It
13 1 a Japanese who is a good car.
Apply at this otllcc.
JANUAUY lnth, a Hunch of Keys,
the llii'lcr on rirturuing same to
this olllce will be rswiuilc I. 148 t
rPHlS mornlm; in
the d'V, a yellow
X Sat-hi'l contiilr.liij' :
a biaoK pui.-e.
bunch of kys, bills, cie. Finder will
be i awarded by leaving same at this
oftice. 118 It
ASMALh Furnished Cot.
luge near town, mode,
rate rent No children. Ap
ply "X Y Z," Hui.i.ktin- (mire. US IU
Aruw l'lcasant Furnished
lloom to let Apply to
35 Bcrctania street.
FOB SALE or LEASE
COTTAOK lately oecii
pied by Mr. Barney Or-
(Icnstcin, situate on lhnma
street, between Hie mansions of lions.
C. It. Bishop, James Campbell anil S. 11.
Dole, near Emuia Square. No piano
wantc'l, no dust, no tnro patches. Only
a few minutes walk to the new site for
the Central Union Church. No tiamway
cars wanted. Apply to
E. S. CUNilA,
US tf Union Saloon.
SIX-ROOM Cottajie on
ICnuiiu street, opposite
Knimn Squiiic Applt to
J. M. VIVAS,
12 Motchnnt btreet.
-. T7K0M and after this
gSKigi i? (late the l'anthcon Bus
ffi-ii-i$fcffii will discontinue its legular
tii:v. J. I. SHAW,
1 10 lit Manager.
I) liiy Hunch
since .lun., &a, Two
Horses, not hiamlcil.
Owner can havu same
by proving property and paying e..
penses. If tin above animals arc not
re'lecmed within 10 days fiom ilatc the
right of ownership will be forfeits).
Mnnagcr Woodlawn ljuiiy.
Honolulu, Jan. M 1889. 1-10 lot
ToStand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
Ai Mokuleiii (Mock Fiti'in,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
fur r.uoli Mnrr.
Mnr'sbrcil to "GLOllY" ran
eu the farm ut a pasturaire nt
1 1 ill 'l'i
J12 p r
annum. Lvcry cf.r
tiken but ii4 u'-
ponsibllit in, lined
tsSMares not piovinj; in foal limy In'
teuirncil next t-uison free of charge, if 1
Hill ov.u the Horn-. J, UAY.
Two Rflore of Those
For tho unilerBik'neil mid will bo (lis.
posed of to the llrst applicants.
Ed, HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co,
M"! Kin),' fc llctliol Sltceti
SUGAR PLANT !
FOR !-4i SALE
The Knliie Plant of the
In utlVriit Kor .Sle Tlie Maehlm-iy
lh in ptifu-l Morning older
ui.d COllM.-t of
Ono 20x40 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair cl Boilers CxZO,
1 Double Effect 0 and 7 foot Pans,
1 Vacuum fan G lect with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Contridi'jals and Engine,
Together with lliu usual hh-oiUiu nl of
Mariners, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Jlaclunuiy mnall found
in a well appoSMed mill.
AUo, a nuiuhbi of
Mil & Islei lies,
Cane Carts ic Gen'l Plantation
Dellvurj' will bo jjlven aficr next crop
has been harvested, my about July 1,
RTFor further particulars apply to
Mauager Still Mill, Kohalti, llawali.
ttSF' Mr. Ehrlich begs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1888. ,
-3t T 3E
XKW "UOODS-SSa JBS7-XK XV
WU HAVE KECEIVKI) A
M l 1
Fancy Qoods ! for the Holay Season
Satin Tsiblo Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
1-ueo Ciii'taliiH, Mtami)ed rX"lU(.H, Hliou IJuixh, J3to.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
Vc call pailieuhir attention to our line selection in
Gnsion-naio Mil for Gents, Yiffis & CSIrei!
Knrnishing Goods, Trunks, Vnlises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want homethiug very lino in
Call on iio before
Bcff SS'XA.IMJPIIVQ- IDOIVJE SH
K"Mrs. J. C, Howe's beautifnl wcrk
Korer suMtisiou:, Honolulu.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices thnn ever
IVovoHioH mid lTuutsy GooiIh, Iu Lur(;o Vurloly.
hub.; 38 .J
JV. MoOUIKK hereby
ptihllc tlial lie will
will, hi coujuiie-
ilon with .1. McQueen, ciury on tho Hair.
gage KzpicKsiind l)raing llusinoM now
conducted by J. Urc'ii A: Co., couiinrnc.
iug on January 1, ltWI. All Kinds of
lmBPiKO express mid dray lap; wotl;
piotuptly attended to. V.1'2 tf
English end German
hat) opened a select
1J. KnirllMi and
Gen mi n Scbool for
youuj' chihlron, nlio will nUo give In
Mi notion In (ictmatt and 1'iench, In
chibei", or hi pilwito luscoiiis. ICosl
deiieu on 'ho La&t hide of .MuUll.l btreet
opposite the Jliibebull Oiouiulii
OOIS'a K2-NEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OP
in Point Laces on exhibition hera9t
- 17 - 88 .' '
Hardware Go., Ld,
New invoice of
ALL parties indebted to YV, S. Luce
on the tJOth day of September last,
are requested to tcltlu up llielr accounts.'
at once. 8. LUCK.
l)y hUaltorncy.in.faet, Kr.iuk lirowii.
S. R. Patch,
Kawaialiao Female Seminary.
Tcaclsr of Voice & Piano,
la prepured to receive pupils.
Itefets, by permU-ion to lending pro
fi'biora of niulo hi Cullfornlu, nud to
previous e.purienco In teaching in that
Btate. Address as above. HO 2n