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WEDNESDAY, .1UXB 21, 1SS6.
Stinr KlImiiMi llmi rroni Wliiilwaicl noils
Sclir l.llinlllio f i din Ifnual
Sclir Walchu tiom Koloa
June 2 1
Bk Julia Ford fioin Uopai tine Hoy
Juno 1! I
Sclir I.uka for ICoholnlclo
Sclir Nettle Merrill for Liilmliu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StinvKllaucallou for Windward ports
Hiitish 111; Orlcnto, Hughes
Bk Calbarlcn, Ilubbaid
Bk Hope, Pcnhnllnw
Baikentlno Ella, Howe
S S Alameda. Morse
Brit Hk Blrmali. ,Tpnes
Bk Julia Told, llurgomun
For the Volcano per stinr Kiimu. dune
2,i 3Hs Finoklcr, Hon S O Wilder,
AVray Taylor, It T Valentine, I'rof KiI
log, F Mctjuado. A Cameron and wife,
JlTss Knowlton, 1I Choke. It U Wur
vcu, E Cowell. Ti J Ilrondmuii, .Iiile
Thornier and wife, W J Lnwrii, It A
Kramer. .1 F Le Clcre. For llilo and
way poiti: 31 U Sliuw. Ilnn Samuel
Parker and servant. Col Curtl 1 Ian
ken, Hon J L Knulukou, 0 E llichard
son. wife, three chlldicn and servant,
Mrs J V Coville, A 1 Peloi.-ou. .T 1)
Mnilin, Mrs Aph; und three ehlldieu,
Miss live, Mrs ilcin und three children.
M!s Ilbia Mlkl, C Williams and wife, C
1, Wight and son, G W Miles. C J Talk.
Mrs W II Wilkinson. C II Carter and
From Windward Foils per stmr Ki
lauea Hon, June 2,1 W Y Horner.
A party of young Englishmen In town
' have sent to England to have, built a
pleasure boat with a hou'-c, a scuttle or
a cockpit for excursions, etc. It will be
25 feet long and 8 feet beam. That's
all right, hut here's n stunner, she will
have 7 fcotdopth of hold, which is entirely
out of proportion with the length of the
vessel. Why, there are schooners hero
4Z feet long, with but 5 feet hold, and
the stinr .las I Dowsett, which is 00 feet
over all, has hut S feet depth of hold.
The vessel will not he here for n while,
but when she I, iu all her splendor,
gracing the water of Honolulu, please
don't think her n dry-goods box, be
cause she's a British smack.
The Calharicn is in the stieam.
The Bk Julia Ford, Cnpt Bnrgcmun,
arrived lids morning, 21 days from De
parture Bay with coal to Wilder & Co.
She is docked near the Likelikc wharf.
The boat boys were employed this
morning to take, out stores to the Japa
Sclir Waieliu brought 100 bags of rice.
She sailed thi-s morning for Muliko.
All hands of tho bk Orlente were at
work until 8 o'clock last evening getting
out an 8 ton engine for Haiku planta
tion. Capt Kibling of the sclir Waieliu re
ports a deluge of rain In the channel on
Sunday and Monday last.
Sclir Llholiho brought 1 ,4."0 bags of
Stinr Kilauea Hon m lived at (5:!?0
o'clock last evening. She brought2,7C7
hags of sugar. The purser leports
rough weather going up and good
weather coming down.
L0CAT& GENERAL HEWS"!
Selections on fourth page.
Honsn race prospects are good for
Tiro Dancing Club will not meet
on Friday of this week.
IIoxomtmj Kilics have battalion
drill this evening at 7:!50 o'clock.
liEGULAU cash sale by Lyons &
Levey, at their salesroom, 10 o'clock
Sax Francisco shipped $50,000 in
gold coin to Honolulu during the
month of May.
seems the announcement of a
of tho G. A. 15. Post last
evening was u mistake.
Tiro small-pox patients in quaran
tine arc doing nicely, and no new
cases are to be reported.
Tiro tern W. II. Reed is going on
the Marine Railway to-morrow morn
ing to bo stripped and caulked.
Tm:. Gazette reports a house at
llilo narrowly escaped destruction
Sunday night from a lamp explosion.
Mumps arc reported in town.
Those catching them will be pardon
ed for chcckiiiesa during the inflic
tion. . . .. i .. . . .''
Tiro crowd at the Aunt Sally show
has thinned out sadly since tho edict
went forth to stop speculative throws
at the dolls.
"Tiro Temptation and Triumph
of the Second Adam," is tho themo
of the prayer meeting at the Bethel
Tub trophy cups won by the
Myrtle boat club nt tho II. Y. B. O.
aro on exhibition nt King Bros.' art
store, King street.
Stockiioujbus of Kiiwailoa Ranch
Co. aro summoned to meet at Bishop
& Co.'s oillce at thrco o'clock to
Tin: steerage passengers by a re
cent steamer arrival in New York,
numbering 887, were quarantined on
account of small-pox.
At noon on Friday next E. P.
Adams will sell tlic tense of the Asin
premises on King sited, and hook
drills owing to several Chinese firms.
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Memiikhs of the "glorious fourth"
celebration committee tiro enjoined
by the secretary to bu punctual at
tho meeting iu tho Hawaiian Hotel
At the prayer-tneoting in Fort
street church this evening the sub
ject will be: "Is the Young Mnu
Safe?" Especial prayer for young
men. ' Sam. 18: 29-513.
A I.AKOT. number of scuts for the
farewell Montague-Turner Concert
on Saturday evening have already
been engaged, since the opening of
tht box plan at Wiseman's this
Tue officers of the Library Asso
ciation desire to acknowledge the
receipt of a bos containing about
two dozen books from an anony
mous fiiend; also live volumes from
Miss A. V. P.iysou.
Dii. John Hemphill, of Arch
street Presbyterian Church, Phila
delphia, and wife, are coming here
by the next trip of the Mariposa, to
spend a while on tho Islands. They
will be the guests of Mr. J. T.
Walcrhousc in the city.
Tin: conceit at Kaumakapili
Church, to-morrow evening, under
the patronage of their Majesties the
King and Queen, is for the benefit
of the church building funds. Miss
Montague, Mr. Chas. Turner and
Mr. Chas. Michiels have kindly con
sented to assist.
A stkeet drill was held by the
Honolulu Rifles last evening. The
company marched all round town, in
moderate force, and presented the
usual good appearance. Prepara
tions are being made lor camping
out at Kapiolani Park on the 3rd,
1th and flth of July.
Tub following advertisement is
said to have actually appeared in the
London Times a few j'ears ago:
"A converted medical man, of gentle
manly habits and fond of Scriptural
conversation, wislics to meet a gentle
man of Calvinistic news, thirsting
after truth, in want of a daily com
panion. A little temporal aid will
be expected in return."
Dodd leceivcd by the
letter from Auckland,
2Gtli. It is from Mr.
of Goodycar's Circus,
and was missent to San Francisco
Tho purport of the letter is that
Goodycar's Electric Circus was to
sail from Auckland on the Sunday
following, May 2-lth, for Fiji, Tahiti
and Honolulu. He expected to be
here in about two months from date.
Last evening, about five o'clock,
a gentleman and lady were driving
into town b3' King street, when their
horso and buggy were nearly forced
backward into the water of the creek
at the bridge, by a big load of old
building material driven by a stupid
looking Chinaman, upon whom de
mands to cede half the road had not
even tho effect of making him lift his
A nr.Ain:u informs us, upon au
thority of a Washington telegram of
Mny 28th, that the old soldier, who
recently surrendered his pension of
$72 per month vide "Rare Case of
Conscience," m yesterday's Bulle
tin has become insane. A good
many people nowadays would say he
was insane when he decided the Gov
ernment was not fair game whenever
it gave opportunity of being robbed.
Cut. Howe, of the barkentinc
Kiln, met with a painful accident
yesterday. AVhilo that vessel was
being unloaded, aslingloadof goods,
carelessly handled, struck the cap
tain, knocking him intq the hold.
Ho had a fall of ten or twelve feet,
and was very badly bruised, but
fortunately no bones were broken.
To-day he is still confined to house
from his injuries, but is doing as
well as can bo expected.
Miss Montague and Mr. Turner
desire to mention in these columns
the fact that they are not arranging
in any way Ihc concert to bo gien
iu tho Kaumakapili church on Thurs
day evening, nor do they derive any
benefit whatever from said concert.
The advertisements and posters
would indicate differently, and thus
might conflict or mislead the commu
nity with their grand farewell con
cert to be given at the Music Hall
on Saturday evening next. Miss
Montague and Mr. Turner have
merely consented to assist with a
solo each on Thursday evening.
Thy some of Charlie McCaithy's
C. J.' McCarthy bast just-received
per Alameda a lot of California Fa
vorito Cigars, Con Aniorr nnil Little
Dudes. Try them.
Call and see our new stock of oil
paintings, engravings, clirouios, etc.,
etc. King Uros.' Art Store, Hotel
Street. 54. 8t
Ic you want n nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoo;, L. Adier is tho placn for it,
13 Nutinmi street. 080. tf.
West, Dow & Co. received cx
Alamcdn a largo assortment of fur
niture, including 1). W., asli und
maple mat bio top sets, cheap sets,
and a large number of cheap bureaus
and wash-stands, to be eold sepa
rately. Velocipedes, willow bats,
large variety of baseball, American
and Hawaiian flags and a good as
sortment of firo-works for tho '1th.
They also received ex-Ella a largo
assortment of small cheap tables.
SUGAR AND IRON.
Thcro has been a sudden revival
of activity in the Honolulu It on
Works. A few weeks ago they were
one of the most potable examples of
tho prevailing depression in tho
whole place. Now they as maiked
ly signify the improved aspect of the
'sugar market, and the benefits there
from anticipated to general trade
and industry. The manager com
plains that tiic sugar men "took too
long to decide upon improvements
and extensions of their plant. As
a result the Works will be taxed to
their utmost capacity for several
months, and even then have their
orders completed none too soon. At
present they arc running overtime
nearly every night in the week.
The confidence established in the
maceration process among our plan
ters is evinced by the fact that four
maceration mills are being made at
the Works. One is for Kohala, and
one for the Union Mills in the same
district; tho third is for Hanamaulu,
Kauai, and the fourth for Hatnakua
Mills, Hawaii. Five doublo effects
arc also in process of construction
two for Ilakalau, llilo district, one
for the Kohala Plantation, Hawaii,
one for the Union Mill, and one for
Honokaa, Hawaii. Besides these
heavy orders, negotiations arc in
progress for many more of the same
kind. They have all to be finished
by the end of September.
Last evening a ladies' competition
in graceful skating for a prize came
off at the Central Park skating rink.
It was entirely informal, but noim
the less interesting for that. There
was no interruption of the regular
skating for the contest, except the
few minutes occupied in taking the
ballot from the audience. Voting
was done altogether upon the strength
of observation of the different ladies
going round the floor with the rest
of the skaters throughout the even
ing. A large number of the ballots
cast were blank, and many more
were for previous prize-winners ruled
out. The count showed Miss Minnie
Hart to have a plurality of two votes
over the next highest, Mrs. Blan
chard. The third was only one be
low the second, and seventeen votes
were scattered among the three next.
An elegant crimson plush dressing
case, worth $25, wns the prize.
There was u well-filled lloor on the
.occasion, and about 150 spectators
iu the galleries. The skating was,
with hardly nn exception, of a very
proficient order. A hiring of largo
colored lanterns extended the whole
length of the spacious rink, in addi
tion to which there was a profusion
of white light from the ample chandc
lieis. No more decorous and at the
same time good-luunored company
could be assembled in Honolulu than
last night's assemblage at this well
appointed and well-managed rink.
THE M0NC0LIAN OCCUPATION.
Chinatown is rapidly extending
nnd consolidating up King 6treet
and the Falama road. New shanties
are springing up like mushrooms, so
much so that people living out Hint
way hardly knowtheir road home in
the evening on account of tho changes
in the landscape since morning. It
may not be ascribed to hoodlum pre
judice to suggest that the old lumber
from the Celestials' operations should
not bo allowed to encroach upon the
road, us it does at intervals from
Maunakcn street to Dowsctt's lane.
At the bridge unsightly heaps of
rubbish offend the eye, incommode
foot pasb'eugers and scare horses.
Hideous structures for lishing pur
poses have been erected at that
point, also, which arc a consummate
abomination in the seaward prospect.
It would be nn act of philanthropy
to put u screen of some kind between
them nnd the street.
Mr. .Joseph Emerson, of the Survey
Department, bus brought from Ha
waii material for an accurate map of
Knilua. He cxploicd at that place
the famous cavo of Lancnkca, the
subterranean entranco to which is on
the old Thurston premises. About
2,000 feet from the opening, toward
the sea, salt water was reached which
UBcd to bo a favorite bathing place
for tho chiefs. A map of Maui, by
IMr. P. S. Dodge, is nearly finished
in the Depaittncnt. Mr. Davidson
is busy upon a map of Honolulu,
giving the buildings on a largo scale.
Mr. J. P. Brown is laying off (Jov
ernment lands with a view to the
administration of tho Homestead
Act. The foregoing particulars aro
condensed from a report in the Ad
Tho public exercises of anniver
sary week at tho Oaliu College will
commence to-morrow nl 9.1ft a.m.
The programme for the forenoon, in
the school room, consists of Physi
cal Geography, Zoology, Algebra,
and Geometry; and in the south
recitation room of English Lite
rature, Greek, Geology, and Eng
lish History, in tho order named
In the afternoon, commencing at
1.15, the school loom exercises
will bo Latin (beginners), and
French, nnd in the recitation room,
Political Economy and Language
Lessons. No doubt the high cha
racter of this institution will ensure
a full attendance of spectators.
There will be no session at the Col
lege on Friday forenoon. In the
afternoon, there will be n musical
exhibition in parlors and Rhetorical
Exercises in the school room.
PUNAHOU PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
On Thursday forenoon, there will
he an exhibition of general class
work iu the principal's room. The
closing exercises of the school will
take place on Friday forenoon. The
public, and particularly the friends
of pupils, arc cordially invited to bo
present on both occasions. All who
respond lo this invitation will bo
well repaid for their trouble.
A LITTLE MUSS.
There was some disturbance
among the prisoners engaged in the
filling in operations on- the water
front yesterday. One of them, a
negro, caught a crab in the water
and the prisoner acting as luna, a
Mexican, was going to make him re
linquish the game. Not because the
luna wished to cat it himself, but he
did not want the other prisoner to
indulge in a luxury so foreign to
prison fare as fresh crab. The luna
threatened to strike the other fellow
upon the hitter's persistent disre
gard'of his commands. The negro
expressed his readiness to meet any
violent advances on the part of the
boss. Finally, with dire aspect, the
luna picked up an iron bar, but laid
it down without using it. He evi
dently decided that the jurisdiction
of his brief authority did not extend
to smashing a refractory fellow-convict.
A NECLECTED ROAD.
Complaints are loud and deep
among residents out the Lunatic
Asylum road, for the abominable
condition in which that thoroughfare
is allowed to remain. There are
many people now living along that
road, who endure undeserved priva
tion from its almost impassable state.
Promises of improvement have been
plentiful .enough for several years,
but performance there has been
none. It would only cost the labor
of n gang of prisoners, for a few
days to make the road good for a
long time to conic. There is no
heavy tralllc to necessitate frequent
repairs, and it would be only scant
justice to tho taxpayers living there,
whose only communication with the
rest of the community is by that
way, to have the road put in decent
condition for once in a decade, at
D. Kalaukou forfeited SC bail for
drunkenness. M. G. Cropley was
charged with violating express rule
21, and pleaded not guilty. After
hearing one witness for the defense,
the prosecution was abandoned. The
boy Jackson, remanded from the
22nd, for larceny of a horse, wns
convicted nnd committed to tho Kc
formatory School for one year.
Appeal noted to Intermediary Couit.
Chun Lock nnd Tai Sung, remanded
from the 22nd for having opium in
possession, were at their request
further remanded until tho 20th.
Ah Gu forfeited bail of 8.r.2 for
gaming in Honolulu on Sunday the
21st inst. Hung Cluing, charged
with assault and battery on Leo Sai
on the 23rd inst., pleaded not guilty
and was remanded until the 2.1th.
NEWS AND NOTES.
A lady-in-waiting 011 Queen Vic
toria has a nice billet. Pay ranges
from 850 to S75 per week.
A Los Angeles jury decided tlint
poker is not a game of chance.
This, of course, disposes of ji much
The Uussinn fleet in the Japan
Sea has taken possession of apoit
in Corea. A religious procession in
Genoa wns mobbed by a party of
roughs. Seven persons were wound
ed, and 0110 killed. The u capons
were knives, clubs and stones.
The Paris savant), a few years
ago, decided to ascertain by expe
riment, what language a child would
naturally speak if never taught.
T,wo infants wcic placed under the
care of a deaf and dumb woman who
lived secluded in the Alps, rearing
chickens and tending sheep. The
children, when bIx years old, wero
brought into a meeting of the savans,
when it was found that they spoke
neither Hebrew, Chinese nor nny
language at all! They could imi
tate pretty well the crowing of tho
cock, the coddling of the hen or tho
bleating of sheep.
A HEALTHY girl about If, years of
age, In hi'lp around lionc, pool
wncespald l.nnuire nt tliisoiucc.
HONOLULU DECORATIVE ART
"VTO. 7 CHAPLAIN STIWET. Los.
JL sotii given In Marine, Landscape,
JIccl Kensington, Photograph ond
Cinyoti I'nlntlng In Oil nnd Water
Color 1'lnweis In Wax, AVool, Phuh,
Foil, Silk, Leather, Hair, Cr.vMal, Fen.
thcr nnd Flshsrnlc Ail kinds of Em
broidery and Designing taught with
Skeleton Head, Lace, Comb, Glass, Shell
aiiii million worn, tor terms, etc, an.
A. M. UUIIKE.
Temple of Fashion.
Will he open every nficrncou and even
ings as follows:
Monilny, Wi'iItiPMlny, Tluirailny
To Ihc public iu general.
Tnettluy and Friday HwiiIukf, nnil
Woitiirsdny and Hnturrtny
For Indie and their escort'.
ALiiHlc ly 1 li- llnml,
Kery Tuesday, Friday nnd Saturday
livening; alio at thc'Wcducsdny Mil.
tinrc. T. C. WALL, Manager.
Mar's Stmsliip Co.
Route to the Volcano
rpilK Steamer KINAU, King Com
i lnandcr, will leave Honolulu on
Tiio'dtiy, Juno Sllrd, for Keauhou, the
New volcano Landing, and thereafter
upon the first Tucm1.iv after the :u rival
ot the Alameda and Mariposa, due here
the 8th and USnd of each month.
"Wo oiler p iwngers Ttiitouan tickets
for tho sum of fifty uollahs am.
ciiAHdKS l'Ain; allowing passengers
twcnty.four l'ours' time nt the Volcano
House, nnd returning to Honolulu on
OxiiV KorjiiTi:i:N milks rnoM tiik
srr.AMr.n to tiii: Volcano, over a good
road les than hnlf the distance of any
On nil trips except Volcano trips, the
KINAU will run her regular time table,
going to llilo and letuniliig to Hono
lulu at 10 a.m. Saturdays. On Volcano
trips, pa'scngers from Laupahochoc
must take the blcamor on up trips. Pns
sengoi : can lcmain on board or stop over
at llilo until Friday at U n.m., as they
All further particulars given at the
WINDER'S STUAMSHir CO.
Honolulu, June 12, 18S5. -15 tf
SUt'KKMK COURT of the Haw
aiinn Island's. In bankruptcy.
'In ic Estate of G. D. Schracdcr, n
Bankrupt. .Before Mr. Justice McCully.
Order of notice to cieditors. Whcie-
ns G. D. Scliraeder wns on Wtdiicsday,
June 17, 1835, in the Supreme Couit of
the Hawaiian lkimW, duly adjudged a
bankrupt upon tho petition of G. J. Wal
ler, due hearing thereof heing hail be
foic the Honorable L. McCully, Justice
of said .Supremo Court.
It is hereby ordered and directed that
nil the creditors present and prove their
claims before me, at Chainbcis, Aliinlaui
Hale, Honolulu, on
Tlinrmlny, .Dune 25, 1WH.",
at 10 o'clock a. in.,
It is further mdercd tint, upon said
day, tho ercdiloisdo piocecd to hold the
FLECTION of an assignee or assignees
of s lid bankrupt elate, and that notice
hereof bo published In UioDailyUulli:.
tin and . C. Advertiser dally pievious
fiated Honolulu, .Tunu 10, 1685.
Jiintice Supreme Court.
Attest: William Foktkii,
Clerk. 01 fit
Horse tho Index of a nation's
rpiUS fust nutting stallion has been
X withdrawn from training nnd will
now bo kepi for htouk puiposes cclu.
slvcly. IIr has bliown ns much speed as
eer mill hnd It not been for nn tied,
dent which befell him a few days he
fore tho nice, lie hedng dead laino on tho
lltli, wo think Unit hu would h:ie glv.
en tliu gang a haul tusslo for the money.
He Is now all light iigiiiu, nnd is being
irgulaily jogged at the track, nnd can
show clo-u to a -;i!0 clip at any time
that he is called upon. This Uind of
treatment has been found by long ex.
periencu to be the right plan to adopt
with n stallion, as by it he is tiot only a
purer fo.d-geltcr, but also ho will
transmit a greater amount of speed,
energy nnd vigor to his oll'upring. This
plan Ih now (hu nilu iu nil of the largo
breeding establishments everywhere.
To put ties owning good marcs this is
an oppmtunlty that should not be neg
lected, for Venture, with his Unit breed.
big and great speed, I consider the most
desliabln stock horso in the country.
.Mr. Campbell tells nui that of all of the
horses that hu has imported to this coun
try, which is probably a dozen or more,
hu likes his colts by Vcutuiu better than
any of them, which is btirely proof
enough ot bin qualities ns nstook.gcttcr
.Mates will bo taken to the Park und
returned fice of chnrge. For nny addi
tional particular apply to comer of
Punchbowl nnd Queen Sticuts.
C. It. MILKS.
1 Honolulu, Juno 18lh, 1685. GO.Sm
YosBinite SMi fflifc
TpvUlUN'O mv ahsenco Mr. Jon.
XJ twin will net for me under full
power nt attorney
(Signed) CHAS. J. F1SIIEL.
Honolulu. Juno 15, 1863. 47 2w
Mccly furnished roointt wllli
lor without hoard In a prlvtc
iinmily Convcnlcntlv located.
A pply t o AV ERY fc PA LM EK,
01 lw' Real Estate Agents, 63 Fort at.
A DIVIDEND of Ten Dollars (10)
xx. per shnro is now pnvable to tho
shareholders of the Grove- "Ranch Plau.
tntlon, nt tho office of Bishop & Co.,
JOHN H. PATY.Trcasuier.
Honolulu, June 22, 18S5. 153
J70UR pleasant rooms suitable for
? oIIicch. second lloor of the Rrcwe1"
Hlonk, on Fort Street, over tho store of
N. S. Sachs. Applv to
AVERY & PALMER,
Real Estate Agents, No. CO Fort Strcqt.
COTTAGE TO LET
A nice -1 room cottage, within
icasy reach of irnolulu, situ.
iatc at Knnalam.i. Terrm 820
per month. Apply to
.MRS. MARIA KING,
on tho giounds, or to A. J. Cartwiight,
nt his olllcc. 40 if
rj"Un: STORE lately occupied by
J Samuel Xott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Slioet. Apply lo
J" A- THURSTON,
or IJ. F. D11.LIKUIUM.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 080 tf
THAT very desirable and convenient
Faixily Rcbidence on Bcrctnnia
Street, uitil lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises ocntpicd at present as a Law
Olilco by John Russell, Esq., centrally
located near the comer of Fort and
Merchant Streets. For particular's, ap.
ply cither by letter or otherwise to
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
NEITHER tho CaDtalnnor
Agents of the B Itish bark "Uirinah"
will be responsible for anv debts con
tiactcd by the officers nnd crew of said
vessel while in port.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, June :.'3, 183). 04 lw
A FINE lot of Rice Straw suitahlo
bedding for horses is ofleied for
sale in quantities to suit buyers, at a
lcasonable price. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 3m No. IP, Nuuanu Wt., Honolulu.
For Kent or Sale.
The premises on Nuuanu Steet,
lopposne me -uausoioum, own.
icd and lately occupied bv
Samuel Nolt. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
:5S Merchant St.
Honolulu, June 4th, 18jj. 983 tf
rou BAi.r. tiy
H. Hackfeld & Go.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), is prepared to
execute nil o.ders for
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general -work in hi.s line. All
oulum promptly attended to, nnd ohniges
stiidly moderate. 40 .1m
HOUSE TO LET
Nl) Furnititic for Sale, at No. M
liuretanla Street. 42 tf
ALL debts due Samuel Nott, which
nrc not paid on or beforo July 1st
no.t. will be enforced by suit. Bills are
payablo with L. A. Thurston, :tH Mer
chimi.St. L. A. THURSTON,
51 lw Altorney for.S. Nott.
HAVING obtained the services of a
first-class l'lnno Tuner, we wish
to inform tliu public ihnt wo nru able to
Tune and Repair Pianos nt ihorl notice.
All ordeih left with us will bo promptly
attended to, und nil uork wnrrnntwl.
10:13 ly AVKST, DOW fi CO.
Mr. K. H. Babcock,
"TIT ITU West, Dow & Co., wishes to
YV inform tliu ladles and gentlemen
of Honolulu, that ho will tako a few
punih on tho Guitar. Anyone wishing
to lenin will plcaso apply at the store.
Tho Fine American Hark
A. AV. NEWELL Master
Duo at this port on tho
lOlli .July Xosrt,
Will have immediate despatch for Hong,
For freight or pasagn apply to
48 Ow O. RRKWKR & Co., Q