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Btroct. Telephones, 335.
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Wednesday, march c, i889.
Stuir Ewa from Ewa
Sehr ilokuola from Ewa
Am vh sttnr Xaiwhal, 21 clays fiom
Stuir Klnau from Hawaii and Maul
S S Australia from San Francisco
Stmr Knala from ulnlua anil Walauao
Htmr 0 It JiUliop from Koolau
Steam blunts Moruliii,' Star from South
Burk Lady Lanipsou from San Frnn-
Brig J D Sprcekels from Kahuhil
Bclir Sarah and Eliza for Kooluu
Kehr lol Wahlne for llamakua
Bktue KlIMtnt for Paget Sound
Sehr JCaukcaoull for hohala
Sehr Maiy for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Knala for V. alalua and Waianao at
0 a in
From San Francieo, per S S Austra
lia, Mar 15 ,1 T Watci house & wife, II J
Agncw, wife, child and nurse, Mm F M
Swaiiy, .lohn 15 Kobln-oii aud wife,
Geo Auccl, Miss 15 l'.uke, J D Tucker,
M V Millaul, .5 G Baker, IIlMchaiilson,
Arthur lluntly, (J Ptelier. I A Cook, L
Pease, LI. H E Carmody, O II Atlierton,
wife and child, .1 Witcliull and wife. Hi
lt XV Haynes, I)r F L llnynes, E G
Klmwood, D B Smith and 32 steerage.
From Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
Klnau. March (i From Volcano: G K
Wilder, Mls Clara Low, Jlh Knowles,
II C Ljons, .las Ashford, M .7 Flavin,
wife and on, It EHilllaid and wife, C
XV Ham aud wife, MNs M. F Cu-lilng, .1
D Wilde, E Clifford, 11 W l'.ukcr, 11 1
Kay, W M Whlteliead, .5 L KIcliards and
wife, H It Men ill, O II Men 111. .1 P
Cross, S Mawlihiney, Miss M .S Giillln,
MisL Parker, Miss M V Tufts; from
waypoits: .Mrs C 15 Moore and child,
Mrs Tufts. P Pcarce, Andrew Moore
aud wife, XV R Cutliberl, II Kenton. Mrs
C A Chaphi. Frank Spencer, Mis II M
Alexander, Hon .1 Msiguhe, Afar, wife
and 12 children, W llauley and wife, J
Gallagher, wife and child, AC Doi-eU,
J B Melnerny, L Ako, Hun II 1 J'ald
win, Major XV 11 Cornwcll, .1 A Palmer,
Gllchiciminn, liuv V II Kiteat, l)r J
"Wcddick, S Decker and W.) deck.
For Port Tow nsend, pcrbktne Klti.i
tat, Mai eh (i laters 11 C and T 15
Bickciton, It P Buckland.
l'or Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Maieh
5 Hiel Knpu and wife, Misses Dora
Dowsctt, Pauahi Judd, and Alico Mc
Brydc, Mr llartwcll. Miss E Opiumi, E
Kopkc, aud -10 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Mary E Foster 1 ,700 hags sugar.
Sclir Mokuola L'70 bags rice.
The bktue "Wrestler sailed yesterday
for San Francisco with 15.S1L' hag's
sugar, weighing 1,80 1,15S pounds, valued
The hark C D Bryant was to sail from
San Francisco for llonolulu Feb 27th.
The bark Forest Queen and schooner
W S Bown were loading.
AIlItlVAI.S AT SAN rnAxcisco :
Feb 15, sehr .1 C Ford 1G days fiom
Feb 10, bktno Amelia, IS days from
Feb 23, bark C O Whitmoie, 174 days
Feb 24, bktue Planter, 19 days from
Honolulu; sehr F E Sander?, 17 days
from JIllo; sehr Dora Bliiluu, 1!) days
from Mahukona; baik J A King, 18
days from Kalmlui.
unrATiTunus rno.M san rnAxcisco :
Feb 10, brig Cousuelo for Kuliuhu.
Feb 21, sehr Itosalind forllouolulu.
Feb 24, brig W G Irwin forllouolulu.
TEXNEY MAICEK On Tuesday, Mar
5th. at St. Andrew's Cathedral, by
the Itev. Alexander Mackintosh,
Edward Davits Tenney, youngest
son of Luclen Ponioroy Tenney,
Esq., of Xcw Yoik, to Rose Wil
liams Makce, youngest daughter of
tho late Cap't. .lames Makec, of
THE ST. AGNES WELL.
The artesian well which lias been
bored by the McCunclless liros. on
King street, opposite the residence
of Judge MeCully, has been given
the above name. It is well worth a
visit, before it is capped and while
the fountain is spouting from the
top of tho open pipe and the whole
discharge is flowing away in a brook.
It bids lair to be among the largest
wells in yield in this country. Tho
amount of yield has not been mea
sured, indeed, the full (low has
not yet been obtained, and the bor
ing continues to-day. It is proba
bly safe to say that this well alone
would supply the 120 gallons per
head consumed in llonolulu, to ten
thousand persons, water of the pur
est, softest, sweetest quality.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watcrhouso
returned from a visit to the Coast
on the Australia. Aloha.
Miss Bernico Parke and Mrs. 1
M. Bwauzy were welcomed back by
their numerous friends this morning.
They have been visiting in Califor
nia. Mr. J. D. Tucker returned on the
Australia looking well.
Mr. II. G. Agnew and wife were
among the passengers on the Aus
tralia. Lieut. It. E. Carmody arrived on
the Australia to joiu tho U. S. H,
Mr. D. P. Smith, the electrician,
returned ou the Australia, much im
proved in health.
luUAL & GENERAL NEWS.
l'nr.oit frozen oysters nt Nolte's.
A i.rttkk addressed to Mr. W.
Foster 1ms been lost.
Tun Australia will sail for San
Francisco on Thursday, March Uth.
thanks of the
A. Kiel linn the
Hui.i.ini.v for files of
The Yacht Nyunzu nriived ut San
Francisco Febuuwy i!2d, eighteen
days and u half fiom llonolulu.
The Y. M. C. A. boys meet in the
'Association parlors ut 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon ; subject, "India."
To-Momtow evening the adjourned
annual meeting of the llonolulu.
Yacht and Uo.it Club, will bo held at
7 :30 o'clock.
Mil. N. F. Burgess, wife aud son
retained to llonolulu on the Austra
lia. Mrs. Burgess, unfortunately, is
in a very siek condition.
Mis Helen Wilder look u photo
giaphic view of a picnic p.uly at
Waikiki last Thuisdny, which may
he ieen at Theo. 1. Kuvciin's gallery,
At the annual meeting of the Peo
ple's lee and Kefiigcrator Co. held
yesterday, the old oflicers wcie re
elected for the ensuing year. They
At 1 :30 a. m. Feb. 20, the leading
scoies in the six days' walking mutch
at San Francisco, wcie as follows:
Mooro 37G miles, llowaith 375, Hart
371, Guerrero 311, Campana 320.
Anyonk who can furnisli inform
ation regauling the baiquo AVander
ing Ministiel last licaid of at Hono
iulu, December 27th, can make lots
of money by calling on Mr. C. O.
Tin: beautiful thiee-story pyramid
wedding cake for the Tenney-Makee
wedding, was made by Halt & Co., I
of the Elite lee Cieani Pallors. They
also supplied the lefieshnients at the
Tin: Raymond & Whitcomb tourists
returned fiom tho Volcano this morn
ing on the Kinau, much pleased
with their trip. The crater was un
usually active. No less than J5 poi
sons weie at tho Volcano house at
EVENTS THIS EVEMNC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rillcs, at
Services at the churches at
Oaliu Lodge No. 1 K. of
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of
Rehearsal Honolulu Arion Society,
Monthly meeting Protection Hook
and Ladder Company, at 7:30.
Engine Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1, at 7:30,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. 1 JtOIHiAN.
At 10 a. m., the household
lure at the residence of J. E,
well, Bcrctauia street.
At noon, a two room cottage,
corner of Punchbowl and Beretania
A SLIGHT RISE IN SUGAR.
The Cuba basis continued un
changed at f 9-l() cents for 90 test,
from January 23rd to Feb. 23rd.
On the latter date an advance of
1-32 cents was made, bringing the
basis to 5 19-32 cents, and no fur
ther change was reported when the
The steamship Kinau arrived this
morning from the Volcano and way
ports. Purser Bcckley reports
pleasant weather j the three masted
schooner Sailor Boy loading at
Mahukona, and the brig Lurline at
llilo, both to depart with full loads
of sugar for San Francisco. The
Kinau leaves again on Friday at
2 p. m.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's steam
ship Australia arrived at 8:30
o'clock this morning, from San
Francisco, with 31 cabin and 32
steerage passengers and 991 tons of
general merchandise. She left San
Francisco Feb. 2Gth at noon, from
thence to March 4th experienced
light westerly and S. XV. winds,
smooth sea and fine weather. March
5th and Gth had N. V. to N. E.
trades, moderate sea und heavy
swell from XV. K. W. The Austra
lia returns to San Francisco Thurs
day, March lltli, at noon.
THE MORNING STAR.
The steam barkentine Morning
Star, Capt. G. F. Garland, arrived
from the South Seas this noon. She
left here July 12, 1888, aud reached
Kusiii in 19 days. Went in and
out every few days until Jan. 31,
1889, when she sailed from Turk for
Honolulu, making the trip in about
thirty-livo days. All the work laid
out was completed aud moro besides.
The Star brought as passengers Rev.
M. Triber, wife and child, Rev. Mr.
Rand, Rev. Mr. Walkup and family,
Miss Fletcher, Mis. Cole and 2
children, a young hoy from Yup
aud two girls, Saiah Edith West
ward aud Esther who arc to be
I taken to the States to be educated.
DAILY EULLBTIN: HONOLULU, H,, Lt
umawi a- mi-arrt.fjT4arf.Ufc.a3tter.jfi'iL'unrwTif-iif.ncir uu tx mM vtcM iwnn
Late Foremii Ms.
(Pcv .V. ,V. Aunt ratio.)
Tho Australia which arrived this
morning brought dales to the 20th
of February. Following is a sum
Dr. XV. XV. I5lii3, who attended
President Garfield during his illness,
died at Washington, Feb. 21 .
Francis Wharton, solicitor of the
U. S. Slate Department and legal
writer, died Feb. '41, aged 08 years.
Frances .Sherman Motillon, sister
of General Sherman and Senator
Sherman, widow of General Charles
W. Moulton, died at New York,
Randall won a gicat victory over
tho free traders in the House Feb.
An item of $250,000 for dynamite
gun for San Francisco harbor will
be iuseited in the Army Appropria
'I he President has approved the
Territorial Admission bill.
There are many rumors, but no
positive information, icgarding Hut
The Court of Claims has given a
judgment for 1,002, 5 17 in favor of
the Central Pacific for earnings
withheld by the LT. S. Government.
Contracts were awarded Feb. 20
for the construction and repair of
life-saving stations in California.
It is proposed to establish a
Bureau of Rivers and Harbors in
the War Department.
Richardson county, Neb., is the
scene of an alaiming smallpox- epi
demic. A severe blizzard is raging in
in Dakota and Minnesota, and snow
fell Feb. 22 in .Georgia and South
The convention of electric light
men at Chicago passed resolutions
opposing the killing of condemned
criminals by electricity.
The Northern Pacific aud Union
Pacific Roads have entered into a
compact regarding Washington Ter
ritory and Oregon business.
. E. Harrison and Mrs. David
Samuels, wanted in Missouri for
murder and robbery, have been ar
rested in Chihuliua, Mex.
There are two cases of hydropho
bia at Brooklyn, 111.
II. C. Marsh, a veteran hotel pro
prietor, died at New Yoik Feb. 20.
There was a half-million dollar
fire at Philadelphia, Feb. 20.
A terrific explosion occurred in
Hartford, Conn., Feb. 18th. Forty
lives believed to be loat.
J. II. Clark of Genesee bought
the American trotting horse Bell
Boy for 51,000.
Two hundred persons lost their
lives in recent eaithtpiakesat Costa
Rica. The city of San Jose was
The Secretary of the U. S. Navy
has contracted with M. F. Picker
ing & Co. of Now Yoik for the dr
livery of 2000 tons of coal at the
coaling station at Apia, Samoa, at
813.25 per ton. The coal is pur
chased from C. G. Barber & Co. of
New York at $3.C2A per ton. The
ship Sachem of Boston will be used
in transporting the coal, and it is
expected to make the voyage in four
months. The vessel is being laden
at New York. The shipment will
cost the Government 34,000.
Tho coinage of the U. S. mints
last year amounted to $05, 318,015.
Jacob Fender of Plainfield, N. J.,
was recently scared so that his heart
was displaced and he cannot live
Ten girls and one man were killed
by an explosion in a squib factory
at Plymouth, Pa., Feb. 20.
The New Yoik Yacht Club docs
not expect a challenge for the Am
erica's cup this year.
The London News has words of
high praise for Parnell.
Gladstone has written an indig
nant letter to the London Times.
Countess Lasish has been exiled
Avalanches have done much dam
age to Savoy.
A icport comes from Ilayti that
Ilippolylu has been assassinated.
A new French Cabinet has been
formed with Tirard as Premier. It
is decidedly Bouhingisl.
The Sultan has prohibited trade
in arms and ammunition in Zan
Prince Rupert, eldest sou of
Prince Ludwig of Bavaria, heir to
the Bavarian throne, is insane.
Prime Minister Sagasta has pro
posed a reduction of the Spanish
There was a popular demonstra
tion against the Army bill at Pcsth
The new French Cabinet is favor
ably regarded in Italy.
Troops under the Ameer arc said
to be advancing tovuud the Afghan
The American baseball teams
played a game at Florence, Feb
There has been another revolt in
The King of Holland had a relapse
Feb. 18th. His condition is critical.
A famine prevails in tho interior
of Russia. Many persons nic dying
Tho body of a woman in a chest
was discovered by the police of
Dundee, Scotland, Feb. 1 1th. Tho
abdomen was ripped open and
otherwise mutilated. The chest
was so small that the murderer had
been compelled to squeeze tho body
into It. Tho husbaud of the woman
bus been arrested.
'JLl ifail Jifi JtorT M& J&?)
GEEAT CLEAEAECE SALE FOE 30 DAYS OILY !
I hureby beg- to inform
Lace Curtains nil Gritiun, ale, ale, ale. ',':".,...- Waite Brasses, Lace Cats, Sail Bouts, etc.
Of every description will be closed out. Kid Gloves .lOcapair; Silk CJ loves it Mitts greatly reduced.
Parasols, prices cut in half; Extreme bargains in Table Linen & Napkins.
E A Large Remnant Table Every Bay of our Clearing Sale $s
Mosquito Nettings reduced to 2.25 a piece; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
USateenes it Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES
Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
E6rGoor sold fo cvwn o;vjl.y DUHING IfUIS sa.ue-&l
I7fim S. EHRLICH, Proprietor.
r uubj)CtM'5r(tiTTMu lusocMuuwnnui
OUTLET FOR HOME PRO
By thcstunnicr "Oini Maru" from
Japan, uaino Air. T. Muetfii, a Jap
anese (Mil Ionian uxti'.nsively engag
ed in the dairy business in Japan.
Ill has bought and takes with him
by tho return of the "Oini Maru" a
lot of about 30 cows. The cattle
ero furnished from Col. C. II.
Judd's ranch at Kualoa. If the
venture proves satisfactory, Mr.
Macda will probably lelurn and buy
uiorc from us, as cattle are much in
demand in Ji.pau.
SPRUNG A LEAK.
The brig J. D. Sprcckels left Ka
hulni yesterday afternoon for llono
lulu. She put in an appeal ance off
pott shortly before noon to-day,
Hying signals of distress, having
sprung a leak. The steamer Pele
went to her assistance and is bring
ing her into port.
Commit a sin twice, aud it will
not seem to thee a crime.
Y.M.C. A. HALL
Friday Evemi.g, March 8th.
Under ilircul ion of Mr. .1. Vf Yftrnd.
Icy for llin benefit of
Mr. Charles Thrower
Mr. Theodore Schmidt
liu'e gentlemen aUteil by
local talent will render
1. ToloinilM- by Chopin
I'.irnplira'-u'of Mcmlelwilm ,
2. Aii.ifrom the Opi'ia Migiion
in-., .i. !'. in-own.
.". Duct f i urn tie Optra Ii.Tkovatoiir
A.itc MUs Mabel lUioiles
Ma.irico Mr. Charles Thrower
A. Itoniau'i' MNea UaitHcr
Mir.. Walker and 'lneo. Schmidt,
."i. Tenor Solo It was not thus to be
Mi . Chui.lus Thrower.
(!. Quartet for mule voices
Mr. Thrower, 1st tenor; Mr Tom May,
'Ml tenor; .Mr. T. Kain Walker, lt
Hu; Mr. '!'. M. StarLey. L'd buss.
7. A'to Solo Through tho Woods.. .
Hhs Mabel ltliodo.
S. Ah V..ilu (for violin and piano)
Mr. Schmidt aud Mr. Myron Janus.
!). Dun Venice bout song KucLeu
' v. Urown ami Mi, Thrower.
!0. llano Mlo-The Mocking Illul,
w itli variations Hoffman
lteco'leetloiih of Home Mills
11. Quarlut frioni Opera Mautiia.
Mlesf. Mist, Mit-s Unities, Mr. i-tur-key.
Doors open at r:30; perforinauco at 8.
U3T Tickets $1, ami back heats r.O
cents for "do at the olllcu of J. K.
lirowu & Co. 18(1 Dt
Per S. H. Australia,
Ai The Beaver Saloon
II. J. XOLTK, Proprietor.
V- "Ik '? Si 'z?JP -1-T
CD &0i3kW e?
MAJROH 6, 18&9,
Comer of Hotel
the general puWic that during
and immense reductions are
in Embroideries and Laces of all descriptions !
The Entire Stock will be offered in that Department at Cost.
asses & ChiSdrens fViuslin Underwear !
"Will be offered at a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that cery article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are offered in
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. 1. BI. )! (.if aiiv kind) Hiice, i!
in m fnli. 1'ieu to nil. Kn
tiy $!. l'ri" $,.,.'i, donated by
the Ilawniian Tramway Co. and
No. 2. ljuttniui; lbice, 1 mile d.ish.
For lla.Viiiiati br.;d horses.
Free for all. Ctch weipht.
, l'lie Jckev Huddle, Saddle
Cloth, Kid in if Uriille, Martin,
gale and Whip, donated by
Hon. V. K. Foster ami $10
3. Trolling aud Pacing Race, I
luilcda'h. For Iliwuiian bred
hniEcs, i ycirs o'd. To road
cart mul ruli'-. Pri'e Plated
Wiitcr-P tclur and $lj ami en.
4. Running Rjce, ?. mile (lash.
For Hawaiian bred horsed, -1
years old. Catch weight. Prize
Cup, donated by Hon. Samuel
Parke iiid $15 and entries.
6. Trotting and Pacing Race, 1
in lie tie h and repeat. Double
tciiniE. Free lor all. Pric $16
0 Rumi'iii; R e
)4 mile tlash.
hi ell hoi sex, 2
.M'hiro'.I. C . ich weight.
$!." and entries.'
No. 7. RiuiniiiL' R'.ce, JrC mile daMi.
Fur Hawaiian bu-d horbc.", 3
i'nin!il. C.-iich weight. Prize
$15 and entries
No. 8. Tio'iinj: Unci '.i
lll'l. tl .! '. '"'I I
$15 .ii.ii .'Ml .i".
Uoid Cart, 1
to all. Prize
lf mile tlash
, !. 81Ti and
t uti il-
No. 10. Piollit n and IVclnsf Rate, 1
it. ilc ilu
JJet 2 in :f lo Itoud
lo all. 1'iie 815
No. 11 Poiiy Itii' e, 1 n.i'c d'.bli. For
Han n a i pm it-, mi 'fi 14
hands Ca'i'h .w-igln, P.i.o
$15 und untrii"'.
No. 'i Irotiiiic RiiCit 1o Ron I i ai', 1
aide o.i-li. Ficc lot all Ha.
wall hi tiictl hoibes, Prize ..lTi
.iml on nes.
No. 1U. Iluiiiiin Race, yt mile thudi.
Freu Itr all Hawaiian huist'3.
l'ii.i' $ 5 : ii 1 oiuiic.
No. 14. Tn t inj; Ilnce, 1 mile dash.
For all J.orics that never beat
a minut.'s. Prl.u .15 and en
tries. 6SrKiitrles 10 bo inn 'o bufore fittur.
day, Mair.li ft, lh8U, at 4 v. m., at M.,
U. liolto's olllce
tST Kutrifi tach hoise fj'2 .'.0 No
Profc-.sionul .liickeyB allowed, All
RidcrH to bo in costume. Only "rutlc
men thivcrt. Cups, clc , to owi.er of
winuint; horsec .Money prizes to ridtns
ordriveihi Ear i, rare, li money prizes,
1st prize y-i.Siiil ini. $.
iary 10, 18kU. I Ml
DODD & MILLER
lTX li vtu ill
ri . i vt'tl ux Aiifeiralia
another lot nt ' at " PHILAIJ13LP1IIA
UGKK iiKl R" in Itej;, which they
are oflcrin;; to ti.elr cuBtauiei'4. 190 1 w
Thlid citizen iu t..iid lie had wounds,
Wiiich he cnnltl show in private;
And with hid lint, thus waiving It in
"I would ho consul," says he, "aged
Hut by j our voices, will not permit moj
Your volocH tlMi.eforu." Uorlolaiius.
Atk lor the Nohuy -'Stetson" at
168 3t M, llclKEKNY'S,
& Fort Streets.
my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in every department.
THE " ARCADE,
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Fuel, Eilisli ml American Dry ail Fancy Gools !
Also, Fine GiiMtoiii-miido Clothing;,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c.
J3ell Xolepliom;, ."JO u EST
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, HYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Rulk or Case;
SCOTCH axicl IRISH. WHISKY,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very I'inc it Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GiRSS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old "Xoiu Gin, IJeHL Brand in Lhe Mm-lteL;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quints;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
, Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Anollimivi Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Ziufiuulel, Malsiga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
&fir All of which will he sold
NOTICE oi' HEM OVAL
Dll. A. It. MO WAT, Vctci lurry Snr
Cecil, ha-. iii-JM'd lib olllce lo Die
llawailHii Hold bunlci, corner of Hotel
anil lUclianl sliects. Mutual Telephone
301. 183 lw
PASTURE fur HOUSE
AT llalckou, Kiincohr, Koolaunoko,
;i,r):i acres ol good pasture laud, all
enclosed plenty ot water. App'y to
Charles I. II Irani, ut tho Kiii'n Stalilei.,
Honolulu, or at llalekou. lcb.','8 89.1y
MH6. MONUOK, ladies' miwe. has
removed lo No. !1, Kukui lane.
MS. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
. laities' nuitsc. TcstimoniaU
of 'i'i years e.Npericucti at Queen Char,
lotto Lyiiij;.ln.llosilliil, London. Oilier
ialauds not objccU'd to. ltcshlcnce,
"Jordan House." tjchool street. P. O.
I I3os 475 j Mutual Tele. 87i. '110 M
& CO llonolulu, H. I.
3XiiLui.il rX'elcilioue, 3"yi
Rale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST BATES by
U King st. -JB-J 74 King sL
Rattan & Reed Furniture
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.