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tTwiaypyri wuf tmvjj'mji
rPHK rNDKUStON'KD have Mined
ii eopiulner-diip iiikUi llic llrm
o of" HPRKCKICLS As Co." for tin-
purpose of carrying mi i general bank
Ins mill exchange biiHiiie ut Honolulu,
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom us tuny be deemed advisable.
(Signed) CI.AUS SIMIKCICM.S.
Win 0. lltWIN.
V. F. LOW.
Honolulu, J mi. Uth, 1SSI.
Helen lug to llic nbovc we beg to in.
form the business public that we nvc
prepaietl to innko loans discount npprov
oil nolej, and pin chase exchange nt the
best current rale-. Our arrangement-.
Tor fselllnp eohango mi the piiticlpal
points in the United Stites ICurone,
Oliinn, Japan und Australia are being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will he given. Wo shall uKu be prepared
to reecho deposit oil open aecoiiiil,
make collection, and conduct n general
b.inkliignnd cxciimiuc bu-Jncs-.
fUOBnib (signed) t-l'KKCKIH.S & Co.
Pledged to iioithcr Sect nor Party.
But established for the benefit of nil.
TIK'RSDAV, KiCll. 7. 1 S.S-1 .
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Lyons & Levey will soil :iL 10, at
Salesroom, Iron Ucdbteiuls, &e.
.Meeting, C. Hrowcr & Co. 111.
Reception, Princes'- Lilitioknlnni,:!
Concert, Mu-ic I lull, 7:;U.
Athletic Association, 7:t!0.
A CHANCE FOR THE MUSEUM.
The newly formed Cable Company
"lui I'liarlci'bd the steamer V. II.
Heed to make hotnidhiiis between
the various ibhiniK of the Hawaiian
Kingdom. Thus affords an excellent
opportunity, for the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, to Anther the in
terests of our museum by obtaining
speciinenb of llic deep sea fauna,
which aic til piosent almost, if nol
entirely, unrepresented anion" our
scientific collections. The Museum
docs not contain -noli s-pecimens of
ethnology and natural history as it
should, and, as lime passes, the op
portunity for obtaining them de
creases. With but a small expendi
ture, one or two men could be sent
on the W. H. Reed, even though
they be scientifically ignorant, who
could, with the proper applviuees,
such a- nets, dredges, etc., obtain
possibly objects of marine fauna as
have never before been acquired.
The specimens obtained could at
once be placed in spirits and .so pre
served until their arrival in Hono
lulu, when the Curntiix of Hit Mil
scum would be able to properly ex
amine and prepare them for exhibi
tion, and, in cases of duplicates,
preserve them for exchange with
foreign mir-ciiins. The temperature
of the water at various depths could
bo ascertained; specimens of our
fishes could be procured, as well as
sea-weeds, and this, with a trilling
expenditure We feel sure that if
the Minister of Foreign Alfairs were
to apply to the Cable Company for
permission for anyone to pioccod on
the W. II. lieed, while taking .sound
ings on their behalf, that such per
mission would nol be refused pro
vided always that no information
should lie supplied to, or, in any
way oblfdned by, the poison sent,
with ii'gard to the naliiie of i lie
soundings that, i-ould in any way be
made public, so as to interfere will)
their commercial venture. This is
:tn opportunity thai has never yet
occurred, to our knowledge, and
which, for many years to come, may
not again occur. The "Museum has
not been emed for in the past, as it
should have been, and we liuvt that
such an oppoiluiiily, as that nmv of
fered, may not lie neglected.
THE HONOLULU NURSERY.
Out on the pl:iiii. in the neighbor
hood ol l'liualimi, on the sea side ol
I.eietunia stieet, there is a small
botanical iiuim-iv. It was com
menced about n car ago by .Mr.
John Kiiluell, the proprietor, and
has contributed lo the supply of n
public domand. For many years a
similar institution has existed in Ho
nolulu, the property of Mr. Anlono
George, on School nireol, near JViiu-
jinii. i lint mere was moiii tor a
.second is pretty deaily shown by
Hie patronage which Mr. Kidwell
has received. A monopoly in any line
is generally deirimoatal to llic public
interests, while competition usually
confers tho ' greatest good on (he
greatest number.',' The demands of
, Honolulu and the country should he
Mifliciciilly largo to support the two
liunsvrfes now in opcnitioib lint it
will scarcely be admitted Hint there
is need for a third.
Mr. Kidwell does not follow his
avocation as a nurseryman merely
for (he sake of making money, but
his delight is in Mowers and plants
and trees. To be sure, he is not a
gentleman of independent means,
and his primary object is to earn a
living: but lie takes a real pleasure'
In the pursuit which he follows for
tho purpose of acquiring a livelihood.
He loves the vegetable lives which
ho raises, tends them with a feeling
akin to the mother's fondness for
her offspring, and enthusiastically
expatiates on their beauties to vic
tors. Of course, it cannot be expected
that a man who starts out with
limited menus, will, in the short
space of one year, accomplish all his
aims. Huildings have to be erected,
land prepared, seeds and plants pro
cured from abroad, and a thousand
Other things done, before an embryo
nursery can become what it is in
tended lo be. Mr. Kidwell has,
however, accomplished a great deal,
and his plot of land has already as
sumed the appearance or what its
name indicates a nursery. His
plants embrace a considerable va
riety, ranging from the .simplest little
vegetable organisms to thoe which
are capable of developing into large
trees. The merely ornamental, such
as ferns and llorulcnl growths, and
the truly useful, such as fruit-bearing
trees, are both fully represented.
Of ornamental plants, the ferns
merit special mention. These arc
kept in an excavation, covered with
a glass roof." and constitute a most
charming picture lo look upon.
As nothing short of a personal in
spection can convey a correct idea,
lovers of the beautiful are invited to
go and see for themselves. Mr.
Kidwell will receive them courteously,
and cheerfully show them everything,
and allow them to take away any
thing for which they aic willing to
leave a consideration in return.
Auction Sale3 by Lvons & Lavcy.
Grand Special Bale
On Thursday, I-Vl). 7
At 10 o't lo. U :il oar Is ip.., Io mi
We hae lietn diricUd to sell ut our
S.ilcs Room on Tliurd.iy, Feb. 7th, at l(
n in., it large and beautiful assoittnuit of
: A!i : -
Children's Cribs, all .sizes;
lliey aie veiy d. -ii.dile ln-ing orna
mental, 11' t, t:lt:iii :uul dllinhle;
.il '), it -ehciion of
Vienna Bout-Wood Chairs !
'' N 'winjf Jl'ichine.-,,
An invoirv of liriii.i' i! m.l I. imp-:,
.Floor ;U!1 Stair Carpeting,
I.OUKIXO CLASSIC"-, all -i.es;
lings, etc , etc., et( .
I3r"The a'lu .linn ol bull' s is re.peU.
fully teiptisted. Goods will li oa ie.w
frir i! ditys before the sale.
I.io.nmI Levi;), Aiiclionecis.
AUCTION SALE LY B. ?. ATJAH8.
Tin Plates and Buckets
On Friday, Feb. Kill,
At 10 a.m. hi S-iles Itiimu, 1 will -ell
at I'ulilir A ii-timi.
For account ol whom it may concern
The following si nidus ihun.iijoj on
Viyngoof Iiiipoitutiiiti from Liverpool,
e.s 1'iliU-h Imrk - Ahery-stwith Cn-.tle,"
PI I o.ses Clinrco 1 1 'I in i'lalc",
II iZiStrt !;0doz. Jbicl.els.
1'. I. Auvmh, Auctioneer.
UKLFAST CJINflKIt ALE.
Hash's Ale, Uuincbs'h Stunt,
.fellroy's Ale, .lelbey's Porter,
in ijunrtsiuid pints,
N-otili WJilskev, in e.HtMiind cask.
I'ojii e 1-1 -;.
("Inie.H, etc., etc.
By llnclcJ'old & Co.
Monoliilu Athletic Association,
rniir. axxual "ifr.in'iNo of this
JL Asorintion will he held ut the
Gj iiinnsluin, lort street, v
This livening, Feb. Tib,
At 7:'J0 o'clock.
lliinliieas llejiort oT lllicclors and
Election of Olllenrs for tho cnsiilm; year.
Gl-'S Id J.S. WKIIU, Sceretury.
TO IiK'P, live minutes vnlk fiom 1'oU
Ollllee. Kmmlre nt
J. 51. OAT Jr. & Co.
i IX SPA US. Kiill.ililn for litliltdii" nr
tolling purpo'os, or ship's pmrs
- "-... aD
OKI lin HYAN'R IIOAT IIOUSK
Ol' every description executed with
ncutncM and dispatch at the Duly
United we Siaml,
THE OINLY HECOGNIZISD
GENERAL BOSIESS ACES
TN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
rfHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE III STATING- TO
JL the Itusine Coninnmlty and the Public (ienerally. that they have titled up
one of the Klcant f J round Floor.- in the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On 31ercliant Street, Honolulu,
Where they will conduct their Itusine-- heieafter. and be innt happy lo -ee their
patrons and friends who delre tobe-tow on them their patronage, feding assured
that all bus-ine'-s traiis:ielloii will be eondueted by ihenijn every paitieular to the
bi'-l of their abilitv. and on tin; mo-l reasonahle basis.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
ItEAJL ESTATE AND E31PLOV3IENT,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSUEANCB CO.,
li-ff'Siiceinl attention in the lollowiii'r
invite your careful perusal. "(BH
WELLS, FARGO & CO., GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
AGENTS. YVe deliver Letter-. Package-. Parcel awl "Money all over the World,
send oideis direct lo our AjjjenN likewi-e. to he tilled and letutned. Ship through
out the foiled States and Foielyn Countries .Mcrdutiidise, Curio-. &e., from the
Kiugdoni. C&jy Aiwa j advi-e your friends abroad to .-end VaieoK I'aekages.
Iiiiporlaut Letters uiul .Money lo you through WKLLS. FAIttiO & Co.. wltose
Agencies aie establi-hed in all large cities on the globe. Don'l consider the ex
pense when -ending through u-. as we will Guarantee you Satisfaction in every
particular, and hold our-elve- re-pon-ihle in all our undertaking-.
AGENT FOR THE HANIBLE AND ST JO , AND CHICAGO, BURLING
TON AND QUINCY RAILROADS. The-o Hoads are the most Comfortable and
Inviting Koadsgoing Kasi. Touri-t- will llud the Scenery, the Palace Car-, the
Station Ue-lauraiit- along thee routes mo-t inviting and superior, and Letter.s will
be ghen lo all Traelers and Touri-ts going either a- l.-t or 2nd elas-j pas.engei
lo the lj'liiLiiiil Agent in San J'ranci-co. who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Hallway Olllcial- through letter-, so that your trip will be
ino-l enjoyable to the end.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE ill all
pari- of the Kingdom, Seal eh Record- and attend completely to every In ancli
in Selling Real and I.ea-ehold Properly. Our olllce will contain maps of all
Properlie- left in our charge. We make a specialty in Collecting lien's, keep
ing Premise- in repair. Paying and Di-chaiging Tase-, Water Rale- and effecting
In-urance-. Owner-of Properly should bear in mind that we will relieve them
from gien their nltenlicm to Pioperly, guaranteeing at all lime- to act with care
and for a nominal con-ideration for -en lee- in this department. Rooms, Cottages
and .Mansions to lei at all time- on application to u-.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OF HELP, both
Male and l'emale. in nil the various branches of industry on llie.-e Islands.
Agent-. Planter-, and Merchants generally hhoulil notify u- when vacancies
exi-t. as we will furni-h nohelphiich a-Clerk-. Sale-men. Ilook-keepur.-, Mechanic
or Laborer- unless well recommended to u-.
Chinee Servants and Female Servant.- will be -applied to laniilles at short
notice, for which a nominal commis-iou i- exuded.
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS We feel it a duty to call every
man's attention (particularly a man of family) to keep bib Life insured for the
benelll of hi- Family, who -ii often are dependent upon hi- labor- for their Hip
porl. Young men and mechanic- would Jlml il the mo-t pleaiiiiil duty of their
live- to lake out a Policy on tin' "Tontine" principal, when. In a lew yeais,
should thev Ihe. the will have sulllcient fund- to engage in biihine-s, with 'a neal
Hit It income to back them. We invite you to calll on u- when we will take
plcn-mc in lllu-tra,OjUL-' J'"u 10" benellchil it i- for your welfare lo be Insured !
Kvorv man 'who own- J'roperty -hoiild reniember that "Fire." that grim
me enger often make- the rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty t-tileken. Let
this be a warning to von, and call onus at once and ptolcet your-elve- against
MONEY TO LOAN. FROM $100 TO 810,000 ON FIRST-CLASS SECURITY.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS Wo have made -pecial arrangements w heieby
we cm enter Good- at the Cu-toin Uou-e through Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all ..Merchants and Store-keepers to make uh their Agents at oneo. Our
Charge- for this woiknre very Reasonable, and we will Filler ttoodi-. Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Hills, and Deliver Your Good- direct to your places of
btislnc-- in piompl onlcr. Merchants and Store-keeper- will lind this of great ad
vantage lo them in every way.
General business Agents. our long .icnuilniauce with the UiihIiip--.
Community I well known, and we liivailablv keep Inviolate all bu-hie-s matters
of a private nature. Ilu-lne men who will mtiu-t their t "tiifivliil matter.- to us
iiinv alMi- feel -afo ill -o doing. We study the Interests of our clients at all
tlnics, aiuf advise on all Imsiiie-.-. topic- carefully, ba-ed on our be-t judgment.
In tin- General I'usine Departnient wu attend to everything In tho Commer
cial line, such a- the following, viz : Rooks and Account-. Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately. Neatly anil Satisfactorily, Hills Collected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken 'Agaln-t' Creditor- when compulsion leiiubc- a speedy i-oiilmuent. Legal
Paper- of every de-erlptloii. such as Deeds, Rends, Morlgages, Hills of Sale,
Leases, Will-, Pnrlncrhlp Papers., eio., drawn. ALSO Advertisements, Xotleus,
Article.-, Communications and Corie-nondenco written. ALSO .Memorials
Drafted and Ihigroi-ed. Diaft-, .Votes, Hills of Fxchange, Letters of Ciedlt, and
Hanking .Matter') (ienerally attended to.
All Orders From the Various islands to us will receive prompt
ness. We can purchase at the i.owr.yr maiiki'.t it.vrns, and much more jea-oii-ably
than von can, and we inspect everything before we buy, and, theiefoie, It Is
to vour inierosi to tend your orders to u-, as we tlien become icspoiislble, ami the
sin'iill coiuiiilssloii you j my Us I- h than what your iiureha-es amount lo buying
a- vou hae been ditlug dilcct.
' JiSyAll corrcspoiidence lo u- we lake pleasure In au-weriug without delay.
JUarWe invite everyone to Inspect our new and snaclous olllcci-, and lmvo nil
our departments walking under a systematic rule, with polite assistants, central
location, and special advantage-, for conducting our hii-lue--, wo feel that tho
conunuiiltv at large will be gratified ill knowing that such a beneficial iii-lltiitlon
ha- been e'slablMied. where Hie want.- of all may be supplied lo
Your .Mo-t Obedient Servants,
WJSEMAN & ASilLEV,
Gcncrul Ihisincaa Aients, CumnhelVs X( w JUock, Merchant titrect.
p. o. nox :n:. . tki-uimioxu 172.
tayP. S, Our Chil-tnias and Xuw Year's Hooks are ready, and mi applica
tion or by letter ,yo iylll prcgeut or bcntl you one. iyn,
1M2DUCT10N IN J1tK!12S.
rrrogloaii & .Atwaici'j
Tailors; and Clothiers,
lotiT & HoTtu, ST3. 030 am
Tim AmnrlVmi lilt. fJKYt.ON
KG'a nowMischaiglng at Jlrcwcr's
4Q wliaif Is oliered fnrsalc. The
atwr e.s"cl is in eonipieie oruor,
has been newly eoppcreil, has a eompletu
inventorv, ntul filial lor u voyage to any
imilof the woild. Kor fuither paitlcu
lnvs npplv to
V. UltlAVElt & Co.,
(1G0 2t Auents Bark Ceylon.
Divided wo Fall!
its, r carw s&
ST. JO, AND
iisiem House Biters i
Departments will be our aim.
1)illxjstgham & co:h
-:OUK OWN l A TENTS :
Hieaking Plow, Rice Plows 5 lo 111 Inch, Cullivntoi-i and llor-e Harrows.
.A.g'irSoiilt.ti.i'sil ffinpleiii-OiBt r5-
A ny com pi etc AssoititKiit
Magnoso Calcite Fire Proof Sales, abso
lutely fire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
N13W DESIGNS IN.S1LVEK PJLATBD AVAHE.
Wire Cloth, Who Netting, Rice Cloth, Hlul Cages,
Hlark and Fencing Wltc, Pumps, Windnillls, Tauk,
Hytirauciic Rams. Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oibi a specialty. A good Stock on hand, and to nuive.
Call and exam hie oav Neiv Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
A XJSIV IX
Embroideries and Laces,
Will be sold st Hiii-gaiiis, at
A. m. RflELLBS, S04 Fort Street.
rrv v wiwwp
"READY FOR FURNISHING- HOUSES.
k-r u fvRArsviBE s
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Fi'ames
or r.vi:iiY HKsciiirrioN maoi: to oanr.ii.
10i & lO'i' Foil Street, Honolulu, IL 1.
C2T I-sLi: d Orders will receive Prompt and Careful Attention. (if)G :tm b
jaairte-iaac rzrrttusrm f -; .vrattn-rrjmt
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
js-t l-Me41i KiiiR st.
i LIFFJ a AT
V V JUL A A. 1VJLXA.1
(r.ati; M. ,T. IlOlSii:.)
All oidi'i-. fi.f Wheu.cliicles ot every do'scriptioii tilled with prouiMiie-h ..ml
dipateh. l'h's.t-i:las .Mechanic", emploved all the jtar round
J5Z?- JiINE UAIUITAGE WORKA SPECIALTY. -5a
Notlnnir too hot or too heavy for us. TRA'M CA1JS, O 1.JI UUSbKS. PLANT A
TION WAGONS. MULK it OX CARTS, made, lo onh r, a!t :ed or ici-itiicd.
Oin- Horsy Shooi-nf- D)iu-tiue3i.
Isiiailci' the itiervi-i(.n of a .tactical man .i micli'iiii'' y cuid to not v. We
have no line for toakiny; tcahN or lot tul s. All woik f'uaranleid.
JSF'Char.ne. modcii'te. WHITMAN A, WRKillT,
'hi ly i:.. 77 end SI Kinj; Slice).
FINE TU1JN OVER
Seat Brakes I
RR SALIC CIIKAP inauufaUuiid
No. 70, Queen Street.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
OSI'l. MOIil. AJL TO Till'. KllO.NT
MOW 0PN !
Tho reputation ol the nboc-nauicd
o-tabllshinout iv Bupoiior Meals Is well
known, and ivipihcH no further coin
in nl. till) lin II
rpni) Htoik and ood.w!l or a Shoe.
.L innkor'n .Shoji in WailiiUu, inolutl
Iiih; a llowu I) M -i-hliio (hum), jiuiiolio
Luatc,. etc. A ?''"d loiiition; lent low,
and a jrooil cii-iuin trade, inquire ol
.Ma Kckarl, Honolulu, or
II I. 'IOUNNIKS,
O'Ji lv Wiillukii, Maui.
flS. ItODANICT Inn luniovtd her
Hie.-tinaking Establishment to
No. 51 Bcrotania Street,
3s'i'xt door to .Mis, Dickson'.
rose 12 OF
7i: '5"T and 81
1 II! I Pianos'
l i S 1 S Organs.
B f) Accorticons,
t5" ... .,, ' - Flutes,
3 ill Harmonicas.
! jj j Strings.
Oflleu Bup't Water "Works,
Honolulu, July :), 1889.
A hL pewonh Imving Water Pi h iluacs
J-X arc notillrd that their Water Hates
are payable Beuti iininially, in advance,
at tho office, of tbe Superintendent of
Water Woiks, foot of JS'iiiuinu ptreet,
upon tho 1st day of Januaiy and July ol
each vcar. C1IAS. B. WlLSON,
,. . , . Sup't U aior Works
b. 15. KAAI. Ji I ii ii-l r o( Intci lor. 201
Govi:nou's Ornn:, IIoko- )
1.VI.V, Hapl. 2-1, IS83. C
NOTICI3 is hereby Kiveu ihal no debts
contracted on lelialf of iho Ha
waiian hnnd will be recognized (,r p,iti
unlessHotdeml by the iimlcr-lgiu;.).
I NO. O. D0MINtt,-
. Oovernoroi Oiihii,
ANY ON'lC found on my preinl-cs at
.Moaiinlua without mv p"iiajsnioii
will lo pro rented for Irebj'iiihs. '
O KA M I' A o loaa ana iiiiiluna o l.u'u
aim ma .Moanalua, inu ku'u ae olu nku
u hoojillla no oia no ko koinohewa
T ,-, R. (ilCRKi:.
-tll".--'.0'-1' )Sbi- CI0 lin
ALL HILLS duo to tho Uuler-iijiied
up to Sept. -Mill, 188;), if not mi
tied on or 1 eforo IVbtnuv 1M, will lm
placed in the hands of a Collector
M- 1" W. 1C. FOSTKR.
J WILL NOP loiet.pon.lbht tor any
1- debts contracted in my iminii after
this date, without my wrillen order.
, , RAVaMONH RV.YKS.
Honolulu, .fan. 'il, 1881. 017 !iw
ObTou tiiiliirility nlj;ht on Hotel bt.
-. AdouMoHiiLdisli Tiavellnu Itug,
a dyed hheoiukln loot ru-, and an cm.
hioldcrcd diiEt.wraji. Tho aliove 10.
ward will bo paid on rcturninir fcamu to
J00 a. W. MACFARLANIC & Co
,. a.- i'l?i ?
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