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T&' SATURDAY, HKC. 2(5, 1885.
ijjPt i, piwin i n iiti nir-iniT-miTrriTw in nil nwifl r "1r
Stlur 0 K Bishop from Wuluiiae
Bktim V II Dlinond from Him Francisco
Sinn- Ktiuti from Wlutlwmil l'orls
Slmr Ukollko from ICnlmliil
Slmr Mokolli from Moloknl
Silii'iMillf MuirN from llwlu
Si-hr Jtol Uhv from Ueela
brlir Sarah iVi Kll.a tiom Ivool hi
Ktmr W G Hull for Muni mul Hawaii
Stinr -Ins Jlakco for Kapaa
Sehr Nettie Morrill for Iahahui
VESSELS LEAVING OH MONDAY.
Slmr Kliimi for the Volcano, ami Wind-
Stiur (J 1! UMiop for Kauai, ila Wa In
line mul Walahui
Slmr .Mokolll for IMolokal
Sehr llalcakala for Popcckoo
Sflir Wailclu for Papalkoii
SclirBob lloyfor Koolau
Sehr Millie Morris for llcolu
Sehr Sarah to FHza for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktne Man Winkclman, Backus
Bktne Klikltnt, Gutter
Tern Eva, Wiekiuail
Bk Victoria Cro, lloberlson
Bk T Jt Foster, Kugg
Bk Elsinoro, .Icnks
Bk Bi..ie Irodale, Ireilulis
Ilk O K BKhop, Waller
Bk Caibaricn, Hubbard
Bktne Eureka, Bee
Bk llopor, Hydur
From San Francisco, per
Dlinond, December i!5 .1 I
Akn, mill halua.
From Windward Fort'., per "-trainer
Kinan, December 2G Hon S G Wilder,
J K Wilder. Hon Sam Parker, Mhs E A
Arms, W 1$ Olcsou, W W Goodale, II It
Hitchcock, I. Akmiiu, E 31 idler and
wife, A Spencer and ton, and S'2 deck.
From Kabului, per steamer Likelike,
December 20 dipt Windimr, J Brown,
G A Jackson, Hon 11 Kulliclmii, .1 A
Moore, W T lihoads, Mr Itubcnstein,
MrsITItzpatiickancl child, 2 chinamen
and 111 deck.
The Kinan brought KiS!) bagsof sugar,
II horses, 2110 pkgs sundries.
Steamer Likelike brought 15 10 bags of
sugar. She sails on Tuesday v m.
Steamer Kiuau sails on Monday i .11
for the Volcano.
The bktno W II Dinioud, Capt Iloud
lett, arrived vestculay 15 days fiomSan
Francisco. She brought machinery for
several plantations, considerable hay,
barley and Hour, 150 oars for the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co, and 1
horse. She is docked at Blower's wharf.
The Eva will sail for San Francisco
about Tuesday next.
The steamer C It Bishop brought
1G1G bags of sugar from Walanae. She
sails on Monday morning at 8 o'clock
for Waianae, Waialua, Kilauea and Ila
nalci. Steamer Mokolii brought no sugar
Schooners Rob Roy and Millo Morris
brought respectively GOO and 400 bags
of sugar from Heeia, Koolau.
Schooner Wailcle brought C01 bags of
sugar. She will sail on Monday with a
double effect for Hitchcock's plantation,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiiu steamer Ivy Holmes was still
on the beach at Ililo when the Kinan
Tin: live mile challenge race at
the Central Park Rink takes place
JSIn. II. J. Agncw's SI, COO race
horse came Try the barkentinc W. II.
1 . .
Tin: late Col. Russell's law library
realized 8280, instead of $218 as
stated on Thursday.
A Gr.omous time was had at the
Yosemite Rink bonbon party Christ
mas night. Two mile raeo for a
Cavtain Winding, of the wrecked
brigautine Hesperian, arrived here
by the steamer Jjikcukc tins morn
ing, and will sail lor
by the next steamer.
Tin: official announcement of the
election of repiesentatives to the
next Legislative Assembly is out,
fixing tho date as Wednesday, Feb
ruary 3rd. polls opening at oiglit
and closing at live o'clock.
Tiiu Hawaiian Rifle Association
shopting practice at the Casino yes
terday was fairly attended. The
shooting at 200 '3'ards was about
equal by all the members, while at
500 yards somo remarkable shooting
was dono, one marksman making Hi
out of a possible 50.
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An aged native named Manele
was driving in to towit, last evening
on tho right hand side of the road,
when a Chinese driving a poi wagon
ran into him, opposite tlio Chinese
theatre, tho shait of tho Chinaman's
wagon striking tlio native's hoise in
the breast, making a fatal wound,
, and upsetViilg the native and hi3
outfit into the ditch. After getting
up, he managed to raise tlio horse,
and led liim'back as for as the Ha
waiian Livery Stables, where the
animal soon succumbed, falling dead
by tho roadside. The affair will
probably afford matter for litigation
between the parties.
Or late there scenls to have Ibeen
n lull in opium smuggling. How
ever, tlio profitable but dangerous
business of smuggling opium into
lite kiimiloni 1ms not ended. News
received bv Iho Kinnii this
morning of n small but important
bcizurc at Ililo, Hawaii, by Mr. L.
Severance, sheriff. On Mast Thurs
day evening the second male, a
sailor and the cook of the batk C. O.
"Whili'norc, now discharging lumber
nl llilo, were caught with eleven
tins in their possession. The drug
was traced to 11. II. Hitchcock's
prcmisra, where it was, pioh.thly
taken by his cook. Tlio second
niale was lined 6100 and sentenced
lo imprisonment for one day ; tlio
cook, '6100 and iinprisonme it one
month. The snilor was discharged.
Kisi;sii Mince Pics daily fioin and
after dale at Mcller & lliilbe's Con
Look at Horn's windows and see
if they arc not more tasty than the
fittings of the Mararoa. -07
Fnr.su Ci earn Cakes and Kilairs
daily from and after date at Mcller
& lialhc's Confectionery. 177
The public arc invited to call and
see our new goods, selected for the
holiday liadc. King Bros.' Art
Store. 210 at
Cui:ajiy Pa&tii.m:s, of peppermint,
vanilla, strawberry, lemon, orange,
roses, pear, and chocolate, fresh and
alw..ys on hand, at F. Horn's Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4:. 'JO. ,Tho
following is the programme:
Overture Frolicsome Students. . .Suppc
Waltz Laura Millocker
B:i Had Morning Bectho en
Selection Siegfried Wagner
Gavotte Imperial Faust
Finale Bivouac l'elrella
THE WARD-VERNON PERFORMANCE.
In consequchce of a number of
influential families being unable from
prior engagement to attend the
Music Hall this evening to witness
the performance of Miss Genevieve
Ward and Mr. W. H. Vernon by
special request they have consented
to postpone their appearance for a
few days. Due. notice will be given
of the dale fixed.
The AV. II. Dimoiul, from San
Francisco on the 1 Otli, , brings in
telligence of the sudden death of
vVni. II. Vanderbilt, the mani-mil-lionairc.
While conversing with
Garrett, another financial prince, he
dropped out of his chair and ex
pired. He was C4 years of age.
Ilia father, Cornelius Vanderbilt
died in "l877 at the age of S3.
William II. is supposed to have left
about 820,000,000, although it is
doubtful if anybody
.i.,i,ir.,i ;f .,.,,. in,i,.
knew how rich
INCIPIENT RIOT SQUELCHED.
About five o'clock last evening a
drunken native broke a pane of glass
in a Chinese laundry on Queen
street, opposite the Government
house. The proprietor came out
and demanded a dollar for damages.
An altercation followed, the native
dragging the Chinaman about and
striking him lcpcatcdly. Several
Chinese took hold of the drunken
man and foiced him into the shop,
where they kept guard over him as a
prisoner until he should pay the
damages claimed or a policeman
should arrive. The captive sat on
the honing bench, keeping up aloud
dispute with his captors. One of
his friends offered lift' cents for the
broken light, hut the amount was
scornfully rejected. A crowd gather
ed about the door, composed chiefly
of Chinese and natives, and the lat
ter showing signs of rising anger
there was every appearance of a
lively disturbance. No policeman
being in sight, a man went to the
Mutual Telephone ollice and notified
tho Station House of the facts. In a
few moments an officer came on tho
scene in a hack at full gallop, but in
the meantime two other policenujii
had come along and were trying lo
straighten matters out. The end of
it was that the laundrymau took the
offered half-dollar under protest,
and tho offender was taken to the
Station House for drunkenness.
Once the same man had a native
arrested for trying to enter his shop
with a key, and agaiji had to exact
damages for a pane broken in tlio
The assertion is made that Still
water, Minn., has a dumb barber;
but the report requires confirmation.
This Stillwater is deep, and may bo
trying to attract immigration.
Rev. Henry Waul Beecher has
eight dogs on his Peekbkill farm.
He is evidently a convcit to deop
plowing. A dog should ncTcr be
planted less than two feet under
"Squaws do the threshing for the
farmers in Nevada," fcays a. corre
spondent. This is a peculiarity of
the sex everywhere. Every snuill
boys know& who doei his thrashing
OELEBRATIOH OF CHRISTMAS.
AXDKI'.W S CATIII.IlKAt.
This edifice was ailistically and
chastely decorated for the Christ
inas services. The rood screen and
the chancel walls were clad in inaile
vines, with wreaths of roses in (he
ai cites and interstices, passion
llowcrs and ferns interspersing at
intervals. A relics of palm leaves
were placed at the back of the
chancel, and a rich offering of
llowcrs was arranged effectively on
I ho altar. On cither side of the
altar ran the inscription: "Unto Us
a Child is Born Unto Us a Son is
Given, "and on the altar was the le
gend, "Goodwill Toward Men"
Tho sides of the rood screen had :
"A Vii'in Shall Conceive nnd Bqar
a So 1 And Shall Call His Name
Kiniiianiiol," and on the center arch
was the angcliu invocation, " Glory
to God in the Highest the devices
being all in quaint characters.
Choral celebrations wore held by
the first and second congregations,
respectively, at (!:.')0 and 7:150 in
the morning, upon elaborate' pro
grammes successfully executed.
Morning prayer was held respect
ively at 9 :30 and 11 o'clock. At
this part of the Bishop's services tho
King's Own attended in uniform ;
there was a very large, chielly
native, gathering, and the celebra
tion was marked with much state.
Rev. W. II. Barnes assisted hi the
readings, the Bishop preaching in
Knglisli and Hawaiian. The exer
cises lasted until a quarter after
eleven, and the second congregation
was waiting outside when the sur
pliccd choir filed out, followed by
Bishop Willis bearing a large gilt
cross preceding the dispersing as
sembly. Rev. George Wallace immediately
began the service for his flock, being
assisted by Mr. Groser. Mr. Wal
lace preached an appropriate dis
course from Exodus 12:20, last
clause, "AVhat mean ye by this ser
vice!"' Millions were observing
this festival throughout the world,
but a great proportion of them took
no thought of the fact they were
celebrating. Christmas was large'
prized merely for its social associa
tions. There was a time when the
festival was neglected and even des
pised, and that, loo, by English
people. A great American preacher
once warned his hearers against a
time coming when the tendency
would be for more elaborate church
architecture and the keeping of
Christmas. Tlio descendants of
that congregation had built one of
the finest churches in the country,
and Christmas was 0110 of their
dearest festivals. This change might
not mark an advance, but it seemed
to be a sign of the times, indicating
that some arc willing to do away
witli the evils of separation, and
pra3'ingO and working for greater
unity in the church universal.
Christians should celebrate Christ
mas in honor of the great work of
tho Redeemer whose birth .it com
memorated. They must go to Christ
to ascertain why Christinas should
be kept. The day should not bo
allowed to degenerate into oating
and drinking, and merry-making,
like the saturnalia of ancient Rome.
It should bo the aim of Christians
to so observe the day that it would
have a benign inlluencc upon them
in all the relations of life. Christ
mas meant that Christianity would
never have been if it had not been
that Christ was born. God might
have sent deliverance to the race by
a dilfercnt agent a bolder Moses,
a more evangelical Isaiah, a more
holy David ; might have used other
means than sending us to Bethlehem
and a little child ; might have given
us a book as precious as the Bible
without the story of the incarnation.
But there could not have been the
gospel in all its sweetness, its hope,
power and patuos, wunout too
manger of Bethlehem, the God-man
touched witli our infirmities, giving
himself as a sacrifice, rising from
tho dead, and pleading forever for
us at his 'Father's throne. Such
were some of the thoughts elabo
rated by tho preacher to his at
XT Till CIIIKKSK MISSION.
A Santa Clans entertainment was
given the Chinese Mission School,
in the Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall
Christmas eve. Tho children of tho
school were present in full force,
and with them a largo attendance of
their parents, and friends of the
mission. The proceedings wero
conducted by Mr. F. C. Damon and
Mrs. Damon ; To Tcng U, Cliineso
pastor, and Mr. Goo Kim. On the
platform stood n luxuriant Christmas
tree, brilliantly illumiiuitcu ami
heavily laden with apples, ornngca
and other fruits. A magnificent
and picturesque- lantern depended
from the veiling, and, being a most
curiously constructed arrangement
divided with the Irec tlio honor of
being tho chief center of attraction
in tho decoration. After several
pieces had been sung by the juve
niles, Mr. Damon giving tho piano
accompaniment, there was a brief
intermission. A loud knock by the
door was answered by Mv. Tcng U,
who rc-appenred leading in a de
crepit, tottering figure that might
have done duty as a representative
of old Confucius himself, but who
was readily identified as Santa Clans
in Chinese costume. The goncious
old crone's "shakes" were, under
the circumstances, quite suggestive
of the loitering power of the Con
fucian philosophy among, at least,
one section of the Chinese popula
tion. Tlio delivery of presents to
the young people of the school was
next gone through, with the usual
ceremonies, and strange lo say, the
little Cliineso acted precisely as
white children would have done in
the same ciicuinst.inrcs, except that
they say "To-tse" instead of
"Thank you," as they severally re
ceived their gifts. A feature of the
audience was the large number of
Chinese women and babies present.
After the school had been served, a
peck basket full of tin rattles was
distributed among flic babies who
weic not long finding out their uses.
About a bundled papers of candies
and cookies were next distributed ;
after which the boys sang the dox
ology and recited the Lord's Prayer
in Chinese. The audience then dis
persed, all the isitois expressing
themselves highly delighted as well
as amused with the ceremonies con
nected with the first visit of Santa
Clans to the new Hall of the Tan
Hoi: Kituk Ching To Ui.
ItO.1l AX CATIIOMU CATlir.llUAI..
The services hero commenced at
1 :"10 with the celebration of low
mass, which continued till 0 a. m.
At 10 a. si. high pontifical mass
commenced. An immense congre
gation of natives and foreigners was
present. Only a few minutes after
ten, the Cathedral was all but
packed full, while large numbers
crowded the entrances and occu
pied the benches outside. The St.
Louis College Boys' Band took a
large share in the musical exercises,
and attracted nlucli notice by their
efficiency. The sacrament of bap
tism was administered after high
mass, to 1G adults and 23 children.
About 50 persons, both adult and
children, were confirmed by his
Lordship the Bishop of Olba, after
the afternoon religious service.
Besides the new converts baptized
at the Cathedral, ten others had
been regenerated and admitted into
the Catholic Church at the Branch
Hospital in the morning.
AT KAU.IIAlCAl'II.I CIILUCII.
The Rev. C. M. Hyde preached a
sermon in this church, in native, at
10:30, to n pretty large audience,
and gave a historical account of the
origin and nature of the Christmas
KA.WAIAIIAO SUNDAY SCHOOL.
The Kawaiahao Sunday school
had a grand muster on the grounds
of the North Pacific Missionary In
stitute. Tables were spread on the
verandahs and in the recitation
room. A fine collation was pro
vided, at which some -150 sat down.
A variety of out-door sports was
engaged in, and the whole affair
passed off satisfactorily. Mr. W. R.
Castle superintended the entertain
ment. tiii: ui:fou.iiatouy school. '
At this institution, the festival was
made a red letter day to the waifs
whom misfortune, bad parental train
ing and precocious depravity have
thrown upon the care of the nation.
The superintendent, Mr. Walter
Hill, treated the boys to a feast of
cake, pics, coffee and confections,
to which the lads did ample justice.
After the feast, the rest of the day
was given up to sports and plays of
vaiious kinds, in which boys all
know how to dispose of themselves.
The day's recreations closed in
native songs rung out upon the even
ing air with that joyous exuberance
which some sixty individuals of tho
boy persuasion are iblo to tlnoiv
into their performances when they
are exceedingly pleased. ' Chiistmas,
1885, will be a day of deservedly
pleasant and gratcfulj memories to
the boys of the Hawaiian Reforma
tiii: hand coxcr.i'T.
Those having ears for music and
who went to Emma Square in the
afternoon, were regaled with a supe
rior programme. The pieces wero
arranged by Bandmaster Berger,
whose handiwork in this depart
ment is pronounced by connoisseurs
to be unsurpassable anywhere. The
programme consisted of nine pieces,
three of which were new and com
posed specially for tho occasion. It
is only necessary to convey the in
formation that every performance
was of a high order of merit, to say
that it was executed by the Royal
Tho races at Kaiiiohini I'nrk
yesterday were attended by about
200 persons. Tho trotting race for
a. purso of 500, between Cluney'.s
"Joe J)ake"-and O. Hrouso'H "Geo.
Treat" was won in both heat's by
the former. Time 1 :J8A and 2 :5()A.
netting was very light. A running
race of one-half mile and repeat be
tween S. Parker's lllly and A.
Arthur's sorrel colt for J 100, was
won by tho former. Tho sorrel colt
bolted from tlio track, throwing his
rider, IJuchanan, who was pretty
badly hurt about tho shoulder and
leg. Next was a scrub race between
C. K. Miller's hoise and Kmmn
Square, won easily by the former.
Y. M. O. A. Blblo ela for young
men ut 0. ," A. 31. Go?pel praise service
at ,:?0 1'. 31. AVclcome to all.
R0.11AX r,i 110t.1t' OAiMi.Diivi..
High mass at 10 a. m. Benediction of
the Bloed Sacramental I i. ji.
.St. Aniui:v's L'Aiiir.iiKAi.. Full
clioral si'ivicc", with pivat'hbi; bv the
Bishop of Honolulu, ai !).:!i) a. 11. and
ll r. Ji. Tin' -'iM'ond CMiigiegatlou will
worship at 11 A. si. and 7.:'.0 1'. 31.. Itcv.
Geo. Wallace preaching.
Ui:tiu:i, Union Ciirucii. Rev. B.
C. Oggcl, pastor. Preaching by the
pastor at 11 A. 31.. on the subject, "Fiom
Karth (o llcaicn." In the evening thcic
will be liiteiwtliig CIiiMinas services,
to which both old aiulyoiniari' invited.
t'liHiicn. Hev. .1. A.
pastor, services at 11 inorn-
Ing, and ".'.ID oeiiin:. In the lnornlii;
the pastor will dellscr a brief 'erinon lo
the children and llrv. B. 01'.uu, of
tlio Ililo. will pioai'h to adults. In
evening file regular annual UlnM
mas service will be held, the pastor
delivering an addict, and the follow
ing musical piogiaiinne being fol
lowed: To Dcuin Baumbach
Anthem.... "O'Siug to God''... Gounod
Solos by Mrs. Jlanford and Mrs. Brown;
oigan. piano and oiclicstra accom
paniment. Cliiistmas Song "Noel" . Adam
Mis-, A. V. McBrydc.
Piano accompaniment by Miss Castle;
violin obllgato by Mr. Yarndley.
Solo and Chorus "0, for Hie Wings of
a l)oe" Meudelsohli
Solo by Mrs. Cnizan; oicheslra and
An anomaly Baked dog is some
times an Indian meal. Brooklyn
THE CASINO CLOSED.
FROM and after this day the CASINO
Is.oksul for Kood.
IHBllEBY notify the public that 1
have NO AGENT lo solicit ordeis
for repairing Sowing Machines.
Young Pigs Cor Sale.
rlvi f W U'MI'l i UWll UUIIU ILIUM.
jiiL-.S. "Vl"i '" . .
-A.. -Li. SBJHrXi-X
lias just lecelved, per steamer St. 1'cul,
a splendid assortment of Chiistmas
Goods among which, is a very choice
selection of new and elegant styles of
Also, Glass and Figmcd Toilet Sets,
Doll Carriages, Velvet Cabinet Pietuic
Fiames, Chiistmas Candles,
Dolls, Children's Faint Koxes,
Musical Top, Gins Inkstands Auto-
graph Albums, Work Boxes,
Fapeteiies, Shaving Mug.
Gilt Cups and Sauceis WhMc Broom
Holder, Sllvcr-l'latcd Ware, etc.,
All of which Must be Seen to he
20!! . Appreciated.
iss A. M, Burke,
No. 4 Adams Lane.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE &
SL" PAUL RAILWAY!
Shnrl Lmu between Han Finuciw,
Deliver, Council III nil's and
AgLiit for the Hawaiian Islands.
!I7 1 111
Just received, an extra fine lot of Ma.
nllii Cigars in Bovs ol LTiO and fiOO,
Forsulu In Bond or duly paid, 111 ipuui
tities to hull by
S. Crinbaum & Co.
IK) l 1m
Patronize Homo ImliisliT
Formcily of tlio il'loncor Oigur Fuc
tory, has moved into thu front pail of
the G'ryMul Bodu WgiU, wlieio liu h
prepared to 1111 all oiders at the lowusi
wholcalo pi ices.
JST Inland onlcis
promptly tilled. ,
AGHRMAN wor.uu wielic a place.
.Shu is a good hand In coofclug or
as ci room .servant. Apply to F. N.,
1'ri.i.r.Tiv OiTiOi:. 200 lw
k Card lo In Pule
Honolulu and the Hawaiian
Kingdom in general.
Why do mi pay fiom 75 to 100 Cents
fin' f 1 in- Pound of -(ir.a1l(d linpoitcd
Fioiit'h I'liulli- , wliib- yon cm buy
IIome-Mailo Fresh ami
FAR SUPERIOR CANDIES
Both in Qualltv .mil Vaiio'v, at F.
HORN'S IMoneer Candy factory,
50 Cents a Pound,
anil which ho simply calls "Hawaiion
Home-made Ilesl .MKcil Candies," and
guarantee's to lie Stiictly I'uie.
1'ioprictor Pioneer Steam Candy Fac
tory and Bakery. 'J0i tf
Have leccived by the St. Paul
and other hue iinivals,
Royal Breakfast Bacon,
Dupce Hams Boast Goose, Boast Duck,
Ovlord Sauage, Ham Sausage,
Mincu Meat, Meltniuii-t, Musluooins,
Finnan Haddock, Oysters, Clams, Caria,
French and American 'Cieen Peas
.buns and .lellies Table Salt in jurs,
Table and Pie Fruit, Citron Peel,
Sultana Jtaisins, French Capeies,
Currants, Salad Oil
Ground & Whole Cinnamon,
G.nuiiil it Whole AlFpicc,
Giound & Whole Clove-, 4
Ground & Whole Gin w,
.Jo-dan Pitted Almonds, Chocolate,
Epp's Cocoa, Table KaiMiis Almonds,
Pecan Ntn-, Walnuts
Ha.-.cl &, Brazil Nuts,
Large assortment of Fine
For s.ile at the
ow est prices by
WOLFE & CO.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeialed Waters of
all kinds, Fiuit Syrups ami Essences.
We nm Patent Stoprs
in all our Bottles.
Wo invite particular attention to our
Patent r liter, icccutly introduced, uy
which all waters used in our inanufac.
tines is absolutely freed from all im.
We deliicrour Goods ficc of charge
to allpaitsof the city. We guaiantee
our Goods to be the best in the market.
Careful attention paid to Islaud Orders.
The Crystal 'Soda Works,
P. O. Box a97,iIlonolulu.
Itell Telephone : .: 28
ZHniiiiil Telephone : SSO
3?" Ouleis left with Bciiiou,Sinith &
Ca.( o. 11 Foil Street, will receive
We, nlso, me Agents for the sale
of J. W Ui-filey's.'
163 of his own nianiifnctiiio. Cm
A Few Palis of thu above
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just lcceivril from San Finuclsco.
Will bo bold-nt
ar. W. aieOhewney .to Son.
O. IE. MXXIEIfc,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
!." 3SercIi:uit Street, Honolulu.
In conjunction with Mr, J.A.Magoon,
will attend to all matters of biisiue.sij for
thu residents of tho Hawaiian Islands
who may need un Agent.
I do not confine myi-clf alone lo tho
Business Ilniibes, but abo to tliu domes,
tiu cities who would wl.sli 1110 to af.enil
to any matter of husi'icss, especially lo
HiuUiiig pmcliiifccs cither in Honolulu
or San Kinuolm), in any )luo of General
To thu Bun'ness louses I will give
my careltil attention in all mutters per.
mining to General Business, vi.; Ad.
Justing and Collecting Account!', Distri.
tuition of Hills ami Circular, Custom
IIousu Bidden, Buying ami Ilenting
Ileal Estate and Personal Piopcrly.
EST All J-i'gnl Dociimenlb will bo
cm ef ully and neatly drawn up by Mr,
J. A. Mngoon.
1 will attend to all niatlcia entrusted
to my cam in u oaroful, courteous nnd
neat manner, nnd witli ipilck diHpatcli.
Agent far Klinkner A: Co. lied ltubber
Telephone; P..O.I!o. 113.
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