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Hack t,t ul id: .Mciohatil aid Foil
street. Telephones, iWo.
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FRIDAY, FEU. 1. 1 !).
Ain billing liirk Xuilli.ru light
Sehr Ku Mulfiuiu Hawaii
..Cf-ftL & QKSKRH HEWS.
Tub dredge is being rep.Mr-d.
A GbrmaX giil walito n situation.
Tin: Kimui is duo to-morrow morn
Tun Auetiuliu will bo dm on Tues
day. . .
'1 hi; Plant. t's Muiitfdj mi Janu
ary is out.
Tin: boys nio
on tho sticoto.
.Stinr V G Hall tor l.-ihnlna, Maalicn,
Kona. tCa i mid the Volcano ul 10
o'clock a in
Stinr U U llisbop for Walanac, Wahdtia
and Koolau at I) n in
Sehr liccla lor Walahia
For Hawaii and wnv ports per stinr
WQ Hall, reb 1: Volcano -t;apt Do
Courey, IT nN, Lieut Ward, U n ,J
V Stcbe.'Mr krot.son null wife. TAliet
gcim. Ml-s K Mlhiin. Mrs O Helau, T W
llrown, G W West, and A U Case. Tor
wnv ports: Hon Kietl H llayscldcn,
wife and children, Hon John Kichaid
son, D Spcekinnun, I W Smith, J W
Knlua, S F chtllinjiworth, .1 Todd and
A r.iNt'Y ;ig boat ie advertised for
sale by Mr. Dower. Hum ir it bui
gain. Ki.uvns jinssongors left on the
steamer V. G Llall for the Volcano
To Pearl Haiaor ii!.d BkcK In tia
Tho Unique and E-xlcntiiv-5 Lagoon
Harbor of Pea-I Riv.ir LVscrilv
ed Tht Trip r.d tiio iocn-
cry 1 bo l.oi'b;lrii if
tho Region is Ha-
Continued fiotii y 8'fJiy'u i o.
A . siLVF.it watch has been lost, for
which a rewind is otlerod for its le
turn to this olllcc.
Tukui: will be a leinporance meet
ing for men only in Hiewer's blnck,
Satuiday evcinug, at 7:110 o'clock.
The Am whaling schooner Jane Gray
arrived lust evening, '20 days fioiu S.m
Krunclsen. She call's in for stores and
repairs to her store.
A l'KRI'OllMANCG will be given tills-
evening by HuslineH's Ir.iineil ui
mal and variety hhow at eigiit o'clock.
A .vuMin:r. of the hand boys wont
out to Waikiki on tile tiatn caih thiv
moining. They sang native airs all
lb j wnv.
ASOTHBU Bltll.I.IANT l'I'.UFOKMANCU.
Mil. J. .1. Williams eelebiatcd the
Chinese Xew Year by having the
out.-iilc of bis photographic gallery
-- . '
Tin; Honolulu lion Woiks shipped
a niaceration mill on the steamer W.
G. Hull this morning for the l'ahala
Tbe Hawaiian Opera House was
crowded last evening with an audi
ence assembled to n itness tbe second
perfonnancc of Patience ly local
amateurs, and another brilliant suc
cess was scored. The performance
if anything excelled that of lues
day evening. The librelto is excel
lent, containing a great many ex
tremely amusing situations and ex
pressions, and the most was made
of it. The music is a fine effort of
Arthur Sullivan's anil very catching.
The performance being given entirely
iy amateur t.ilent ot the city was
highly creditable and showed that
there had been been very careful
drilling. Space does not permit us
to enter into an extensive criticism
of each artists' woik. Miss Rose
"Makeo.as Patience, and Lieutenant
Tears, It. N. as Buntborne, deserve
especial praise for their very fine
work. Miss Malice's singing on
ihis occasion was delightful and she
was compelled to respond to an en
thusiastic encore after rendering
-"Love is a plaintive song" a ballad
al much merit. Lieut. Pears' act
ing was very finished, and his pro
nunciation of difllctilt lines so clear
that he was heard all over tbe bouse.
Mrs. Hastings, as Lady Jane, was
admirable, and the same may be
Baid of Lieut. St. John as Gros
venor, Messrs. Atkinson, May and
Bishop as otllcers of the dragoon
guards. The three latter were sim
ply immense, in fact, ''too utterly"
bo, in the trio where they try to be
aesthetic. Mr. Walker as liun
Ibora's solicitor looked every inch a
"lawyer," although it is tbe first
occasion on which we remember a
lawyer being afraid of soldiers.
One important feature of the
evening was the excellent manner in
svhich Miss Marie von Holt sustained
the part of Lady Angela, in place
of Miss Rhodes who was quite ill at
home. Miss von Holt had only a
few hours notice given her, but her
performance throughout, both sing
ing and acting, was really superb.
Much credit is due her. The chorus
of maidens and dragoons was pretty
well balanced. The ladies looked
as pretty as possible, and the gen
tlemen tried to. The large audience
left the building thoroughly satisfied
with the entire performance.
' The opera will again be repeated
on Saturday evening, and the sale of
seats this morning indicates another
II. It. II. PitiNCKPS Liliuokalani
will ride to Waikiki on the tramcais
this afternoon leaving her lei-idonce
at four o'clock.
Sri:ciAij notices appear at the end
of the Tramways Company's lime ta
ble in another column, which our
leaders should peruse.
The King went on board the yacht
Casco this afternoon at 1 o'clock at
tended by J. W. Uobeithon, Acting
and Vice Cluimbeil.iiu.
Ubaii in another column the gieat
i (luccincnt oflcied by Mr. Chas. J.
I'i'-hcl for the next week. Such a
chance does not often occur.
Xi;xt Sunday, the iiwt of the
month, an English teinion will be
delivered at the 7 a. in. mass, at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
At the opening of the Police Court
this inuining, Mr. Chas. Creigblnn,
Deputy Marshal, was intioduced to
Police' Justice Foster by Deputy
A match game of baseball will bn
played to-monow at the Makiki
Recreation grounds, between the
Mystic baseball club and a nine from
the U. S. S. Alert, commencing at
2:30 p. m.
A iionsi: attached to a hack was
frigiiteud by firo cracker.- last eve
ning on King htiect, and inn into a
crowd of people, knocking down scv
cial who weio rather badly hurt in
diil'erent parts of the body.
Ik the .Supreme Court yesterday
tho following catu was entered on the
calendar for the prc.-ent term mid to
wajve jury, allowed: C. It. Bishop
and other Trustees of Kamchameha
Schools vs. Chas. T. Gulick. Tax Col
lector. Assumpsit for $2,000. A. S.
Hartwell for plaintiffs; Attorney-
General C. W. Ahhford for defendant.
The legislative session of 1888 en
acted a law "to provide for and re
gulate the internal nolice of the
kingdom," of which the first part
of section eight reads as follows:
"The Marshal shall, with the ap
proval of Hie Attorney-General, ap
point and coininissiiin not more than
two Deputies Marshal, for whoso
nets and defaults the Marshal shall
be responsible upon his otllcial bond
Each Deputy Marshal so appointed
shall be authorized to do or perform
any act or thing required by law to
be done or peilorinud by the Mar
shal." Under this law Mr. Charle3
Creigbton has been appointed a De
puty Marshal. The new appoint
ment is not a displacement of the
gentleman hitheito holding the posi
tion of Deputy Marshal, but simply
a raising ot llie number of Deputies
Marshal to Hie full complement per
mitted and authoi ized by law. Mr.
C. L. Hopkins, hitherto the only De
puty, retains Ids deputyship as
chief of the Honolulu police, while
Mr. Creigbton, the new appointee,
will discharge the duty of Ciown
BCroItE I'OJ.ICH JL'sTICi; FOSTUK,
Mil. Seaborn Liic wine and spirit
Mei chant, is open again at his
old stand, Mei chant street, with a
very lino assorted btoek of every
thing in his line, and is piepared to
till all orders with prompt dispatch.
He has a fey,' of those empty Cruin
keen whitkey jugs to give away to
ladies, for pointing purposes.
Tin: King has icoeived an auto.
graph letter from His Majesty the
King of Italy, announcing tho mar
riage of His Royal Highness tho
Prince- Amadous Feidinand Maria of
Savoy, bi other, to Her Imperial
Highness tho Pi meets Maria Letitia
Eugenia Catharina Adelaide, daugh
ter of His Imperial Highness the
Prince Hieronynnis Napoleon.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Uusine-3 meeting Honolulu Arion
Society, at 7 :30 p. in.
Performance by Hushnell's trained
animals, at 8 o'clock, at Nicol's
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7.
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A. L.
of II. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. It.
M. at 7:30.
Fkhmv, Feb. 1st.
Ku and A. K. Kuiiuiakea had
each to pay the usual amount for
A ease of assault and battery by
Portuguese wai continued.
Baseball match Myotics and U.
S. S, Alert nine at Makiki at 2 :30
Buslineira vaticty show at 8 p. in.
Performance of "Patience" at the
Hawaiian Opein House, at 8 p. in.
Following are the olllcers of the
Oaliu Railway and Land Company,
elected at a meeting held January
President Hon. AV. It. Castle
, , Hon. J. I. Dowsett
Hon, W. C. Wilder
Tieasurer.....Hon. 11. P. Robinson
Sicr. taiy. .. .Mr. Geo. O. Williams
Auditor Hon. W, F. Allen
Directors: Messro. S. O. Allen,
ltobert Lcwura ami T. It. Walker,
Tin: wi:sr i.ocn.
Our small steamer, the Ewa, lias
now entered this magnificent sheet
of water, which opens as we proceed,
and spi cads before tH a eh cular pano
rama of tropical beauty unequalled
in any part of the world, except Rio
dc Ja'neiio. The loch or lagoon is
of a circular form, with here and
there a small inlet, or hay that
breaks, but does not deciease the
beauty of the general outline. At
the head of this basin, which is
about a mile in diameter, is the
plantation and estate of Mark Rob
inson, Esq., a perlect mass of tiopi
cal vegetation around a large por
tion of the shore which U here un
broken and ciescent shaped. The
water inshore at tlii- point is said to
be shallow, and the Ewa came to
anchor iu the ofllng 30 yaid-j fiom
the lauding. As we stood on the
steamer's deck and viewed the sur
roundings, the mind was lilted with
contemnlation of the magiiillceiii
landscape and the possibilities ol
this unique stietcb of laud and
flood. Away beyond Hie near
plantations nt banana, brcadl'UU,
cocoanut, and other tiopicid ver
dure, were the slopes of the Wai
siuac range, heuvil) grasped mid bss
rugged than the Koolaupoko lauge.
We watched the cloud shad iWs Hit
from slope to slope, appealing to
the eye like moving clumps of tim
ber. We noted the bright colors of
the mountrin vegetation and soil be
neath the mid-day sun yillow and
sombre, and blue and red and green.
Noble backgiound to the uopieai
vegetation of the nearer view and
the sparkling waters at our feet Ilia:
flashed the golden and siKery shim
mer of the sun's rays.
The Waianao range is evidently
of the western portion of the Pearl Ri
ver region, mid from that mountain
souice tho artesian reservoirs around
the West Loch receive their water
supply. From this point the laud
has a gentle descent to the middle
loch, which is probably the meeting
point of the subterranean waters
from the east and west. Wherever
we turned our gaze there seemed to
lie no lack of water for inigating
purposes, and under its influence all
cultivated vegetation was green,
sturdy and massive.
Belore taking leave of ti.e Wist
Loch we may ic-eeho a wish olten
expressed, viz. : that a Pearl River
hotel will soon be conUrueted near
tho waters of this harbor, with a
sufficiency of boats for fishing and
bunting purposes. The lack of such
accommodation is at present a great
drawback to this favored region;
and that such a hotel would be
patronized to its utmost capacity, at
all seasons of the year, there can be
no reasonable doubt. There are
five or six kind" of llsh that frequent
these lagoons; and all kinds, except
mullet, can lie caught with bailed
books. With tho tinny tribes these
loelu are literally alive; and, us
these stretches of water are so ex
tensive and varied in character, the
number of fishes must be so large
as to be beyond estimation. The
sportsman, when ho tires of fishing,
may vary his pastime wilh the gun
plover and wild duck abound on
the lochs and channel-., mid on the
Waianae slopes, two or three miles
distant, theie are phcii-ants, wild
turkeys and other winged game.
We now return by the same chan
nels that we entered, as far as Dow
sett's fence pieviously mentioned
There ia a stiff Ifona or south wind
blowing in from the aen, mid the
steamer makes slow headway against
it; but in due time we turn mound
the point of a plateau of guizing
In ml mid enter the east channel
where there is a unifoim diptli ot 7
fathoms until we arrive at
so called from having once been the
properly of the late Dr. F.'id. This
island is an insular coial'platcmi.
covered with algcroba trees, grass,
and brush. It U at present Used as
a cattle pasture, and water cm be
obtained by digging down a few
feel. The' height of the island is
nearly uniform ; about 20 nr 30 feet
high,' and about 300 acres iu extent.
The position of 'Fold's Island w
very commanding, and iu tnuo must
become pri'poittoimiely valuable.
We kept to the left of this island,
passing Middle Loch on our leu,
and enter the
kast loch ;
the largest, deepest, and most eligi
ble of all tho loihs or lugooiiB of
this hydragraphic region. This
basin of seawnter is about two miles
across, on the average ; bounded by
Ford'b Island on the south, a penin
sula between it and Middle Loch on
tho west, Aid's plantation on the
north, and Haluwa plantation and
the slopes of Leilouo hill and an old
crater on tho east. The depth ol
water in the channeU and central
portions of this line liusin is liom
I to 7 fuihoius, shoaling towards Hie
shore iu places, and" haying fair
depth lu others closo up to the land
1. !e tho o'lier br'-oi;'' r id "lia'i'.cl-!
.. . Lo.li i' lulTof i'h, and it re-n.vc-thu
I irrest soppy ol fre-h
iilut Hint enieis Peml lltvcr. The
itisl side of this lagoon Is about 8
miles from Honolulu by road; and
tho projected steam railroad will
probably skill this portion of Pearl
Fiver, or touch near it. and have a
y. it. on closf to this pail of the
tbu day 13 n dw Uelijjitntiiy cool
on the water, the sun is enshioudcd
h a thin gauze of cloud, and the
wind ii just strong tnotigh to be re
f.ciliimr. Oui stunner is appioaching the
uorlli side of East Loch, and in a
few minutes we will come alongside
of Aki's wharf, where the passen
gers will land to stietch their limbs
and ramble over the country for an
A small schooner lies at this wharf
as we come alongside, and our
steamer makes fast to the schooner
so that the passengers can land.
This is a narrow wharf and road
way of about 50 ymds in length to
a nee mill, and a line of rails is laid
the whole distance. A ficsi-wator
cicck Hows into llie Last Loch here,
but the tide a-wiids the estuary as
far a- the mill where there is a dam,
indeed two dams of considerable
size. Over the mill, and about 20
ieet above the dain, is alluinc which
conducts artesian water to the wheel
and supplies the motive power.
Theie me about a score of buildings
mound the mill and on the adjoin
ing plantation, most of which are in
habit! d by Chinamen and native
Iliiwaiians. The plantation, as seen
(mm the loch, ii very favorably
situated; and, from the luxuriant
giowth of the cultivated vegetation
evei.v where ob-crvable, the soil must
bo very rich. Fringing the lagoon
for some distance along the shore
arc i.oavy giowths of tulles, and im
mediately inside of these the ba
nana, hi cadi roil, and cocoanut cul
tivation begins. These trees are all
ot large giowth here, us aic also
the uncultivated plants of all kinds.
One of the largest growths of cactus
seen on the i-dmids is situated just
outside the plantation by the side of
the main road. The water hoe is
clear and pure, and iu great abund
ance. Walking up the pathway, hemmed
iu on both sides by the cultivations
and improvements, we loach the
main toad to Honolulu; mid, cross
ing that, we ascend one of the high
est elevations to bn seeti near by.
From this hill we have a command
ing view of tbe loch and country for
many miles around, and sec to tb
left of us stretohes of
iiprcl illy ppnl:'.iit; this it an iirport
am niftier, and leuli .is to coniider
which are very great, in tho near f u.
lure. Among the natuial resource
of Pearl Harbor and the adjoining
lands, are lime and coittl-ttotie
blocks, unlimili-d supplies of llsh for
curing, and Miitablo laud in largo
quantities lor the growth of sugar,
rice, bananas, cocoanuts, citrus
fruits, grapes, olives, and other va
luable vegetable productions. In
addition to these the climate is
suitable for sanitariums, and the
facilities for yachting, boating, fish
ing and shooting will be certain to
establish near the water-front a class
of hotels that will assist in further
ing the interests of the district. It
goes without saying that with such
varied natuial resources, including
nn- amount of eligible town sites,
that factories for the manufacture of
much of the rnw produce raised will
in the near future, be established
on portions of the extensive water
front. Of course the communica
tions arc not complete ; but we have
faith in Mr. Dillingham being able
to give the district railway commu
nication with Honolulu ; and, when
that great woik is finished, there
will be a big boom at Pearl River.
Were that great harbor in Italy an
other Venice would arise upon its
shores, and were it on any continent
of the world it could not fail in at
tracting an immense population.
But hark! the steamer whistles
and we must hasten on board to
The passengers are emerging from
their several retreats beneath the
shady breadfruit, or the cocoanut
grove, from amid the clustering bana
nas or from an upland walk, and we all
meet again on board the littlo
steamer and exchange the hour's
experiences. Once more wc aro
under weigh, and pass lo the east
waid of Ford's island thus making
its entire circuit in deep water the
whole way. As we get toward the
ocean wc find the breeze still strong ;
but in time wc get over the bar and
head for Honolulu. The steamer
plunges and rolls just enough to
make things lively ; but soon we
pass the abode of Bill Williams and
come up to Bi ewer's wharf at 5 p.
m. very much the belter for our out
ing, and feci like eating a larger
supper than we have done for weeks
CORKER JIOTEIj & TORT STREETS.
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
-A LARGE LINE OF-
French Kid Shoes
For Wadies', Misses' & Children.
L Goods al tlio Lowest Bedrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
gjST Superior Qualitv.
gjgr PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
AT A CHEAT REDUCTION-
A'odVoj iimlcr thin head art charged 10 emit
per hue-for tlietrtt tmertton, and O cent per litu
every ntulittonul imertutru
covering 1j0 acres of the rich flats
adjoining the great lagoon. Many
hundreds of acres of similar land
uncultivated lies stretched before us
to the easl, and a much larger quan
tity is undoubtedly to the west,
but we are unable to see it owing
to dense arboral cover. Above tbe
wet land, and skirting the rising
slopes, large stretches of laud suit
able for the growth of sugar cane
were visible ; but these areas aro
still in a state of nature, overgiown
wilh weeds and useless vegetable
growths. For miles around us on
the elevated plateaus Hie soil is de
cayed scoriared, friable, and fieo
from rock apparently to great depth.
These uplands produce good grass
without cultivation, and would be
suitable for many kinds of ft nit
trees were these planted and eared
for until properly rooted. There
was no appeal anco ot sterility either
in the plants that grew there spon
taneously or in lack of moisture in
the iron colored mold. These areas
are and always always have been de
voted to stock, but tho3' aro worth
better and more profitable treatment
when communications with Hono
lulu arc easier and cheaper. At this
point we are about half way between
the great mountain ranges of Koo
laupiiko mid Waianae, and at the
southern edge of ihp great interven
ing pl'iiu. This leads its to a com
which is doubtless more dry than
Niiiianu valley, or the district of
Kou.i, iu tho intervals between
rain-.; but the lichen-covered rocks
that crop out of the soil, in
places, bear amplo testimony to
the laet that enough rain falls
thioughoul the Pearl River region
for all pinctical u-c-, Tho district
is inoie exposed to wind than that
of Koua ; but on the score of health
this is an advantage. There is not
that heavy and "muggy" weather
that one often feels iu Honolulu,
The sweep of the plains causes a
continuous current of air that cools
the utuiosphere and brings its re
freshing and invigorating Influences.
Nor nre strong gales any more pre
valent here Hum at Honolulu, other
wise the timber would show the
(train which Is not the oabu. As wo
stand upon this cxpoi-ed eminence a
gentle and cooling breeze fans our
checks, a frei dom from dampness
iu thu atiuospheie revives our en
ergy, and u varied landscape of rare
combinations of ' land and water,
plain and mountain, fills our mind
with satisfaction. This is essen
tially the climate for the consump
tive and the nsmutic; theie are
neither sudden nor extreme changes
of temperature, no heaviness nor
oppressive heat. When the trade
winds blow In sumiiicr they ln
much of their moisture before reach
ing Peail River; mid, as they blow
across the several channels, they
loriu a leading wind for schooners
outward or inward bound. Com-
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kcnrnt Lwn' Mill.
A. GONSALVES & CO..
Hotel street, have just received
a new lot of Tips of every shade, aail to
Bell from 50 to IT) cents a bunch. Also
a few Silk Umbrellas and l'tmisnl?, the
Inner being samples, will be sold very
low. A. lot ot Hurid.mudi! Hinbroidcr.v
will be sold at cusl to close a consign.
incut ifi'i v.
Corner Hotel 5fc Fort Streets.
ALL parties owing to W. S. Luce .ie
hereby nquuMid Ui niuke itaine.
diitfl pajinent to Mr Frank Itrown,
Merchant street, (formerly A. M He.
wett's), who is authorized to receipt for
all moneys paid to him
J. K. HACKFELI),
Absigncc of S. Luce.
Honolulu, Jan :tl, 139. 101 lm
rpiIK innnngciiicnt of the Opera "Pu.
L tienre," to be performed at the
Opera limine on Thumluy lilst ini.t ,
an 1 on Saturday, the 2nd pros., desire
to ninko known iluil, with the view of
iifTiirdiiiu fncilitic- lo a greater number,
n limit will be llxul ui tea tickets for
cardi pe fnrniiinre for any one peison,
mill in no case "ill names be taken nt
ihe box i illce piiur to the lime nn.
nouncetl fur the ic-ulnr fiiIu of tiekeis
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
Watch for the elahoruto announcement ol' New
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On SATURDAY, February 2nd,
STER & CO.,
IOi FOllT KTltKHT. HONOH'M'.
Or, Bunthorne's C. ida I
.KMIiollr OiH'rn lJ IV. M. (Jilbiit
unit Arthur Kiillivnn.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
rMiol Offi-niiliic .MiUoriulN,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Complete with Full Chorus
DDor Open at 7:30 'teuearCommcnce at 8
imoxji-t ai on UA-r.,.
Agents foi P. Lorillaid .t Co.'h Tobaccos, A- W. S. Kimball Jc
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Waiter Works
T.i Hotel Street.
llox.olllce lor Tiiurnlay evcniiie will
open at J K. llrown Ai.Un.'s on Wedncs.
day, Jan. iiOlh, at 'J A. M.
Jstf-Thu number of tickets for any
onu pureliuiJir, is limited to ten.
I11KC) leav.- to In faun my finudn nnd
piti u , thai 1 intent leaving the
king.Uin mi the !Uh I'YI rainy, lo be
absent uutil (c h r, mi t ihnl I will
eloe my ollicu mi ihe Bill of Fobruiiry.
M. K. (iUO&SMAN, Dentist.
lit 1 1M No. IIS Holi 1 tit.
English and German
Crtyltonk of Wind of Hie Opera will
be bo d iu Ihe l'hcuuv at IU cents copy.
I fill til
TF YOU LOSE 'aTTyTHING,
JL advortluo it in the Daily Bulletin,
I IMS 1IOLTE 'has opened a select
l'l EnglUb and (ienniui School for
y'ouug children, hlie will also give It
stiucilon In Ceriiimi ami Flench, In
elates, or hi pi halo Icun. ltel
ilenco on 'he K.it lde of MaklM street
opnojlie tbe 11a41.-b.1ll OioumU.
GEO. A. AMSDEN,
Piano and Organ Tuner and Repairer.
Order left at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Store promptly attended lo. Jlotli Tele,
phones No, 110. Ifit Iw
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
Teacher of Voice k Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
Refer, by pcnoU'Iou in lending pro.
fcssois of miHic in CnlHoruia, and to
previoub experience in leeching in tiiAi
ritate. Address as above. HO 2n