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THURSDAY, JAN. II, 1880.
S S Zcalamlla fiom thu Colonies
Bglnc W G Irwin fioin San Francisco
Stmr U It Bishop for Kutml
Schr lCaiilkenoult for Kohuln
S H ZcalamJlii for Sun Franeisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktno Amelia for l'ort Townscnd
Jlk Victoria Cross for Sun l-'ranclsco
Stmr XV (1 Hull for Maul nml Hawaii
S S St Paul for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
JJk Victoria Cros, ItnhcitMiu
Ilk EMnnro, .Icnks
Ilk O K UHiop, Walter
I!k Hospcr, Byder
Ilk Ladv Bowen. Itotld
Bktne Amelia, Xowhall
Tern V S Uownc. Paul
S S St Paul, Krskine
From Sydney, per S S Zealundln, at
Honolulu to San Francisco, Jan lllth
C P Davis, A Campos, W XceiN, E C
Slullcr, XV Ware, O Firth, .1 K Alston, S
Kdc, I) Miuison, 0 O Much, .Mr and .Mrs
Wcro and maid, llcrr and Madame Vog
rich, Miss K.Daltoii, and seven steerage.
From Honolulu for San FrancNco,
pcrSS Zcalamlla, January Mth Miss
(1 Ward, II Vernon. It N Wingate and
family, Mls 31 Sheeley, C W Uiey, O
Edwards, 11 Sylvesta, T Coffee, 31 15 du
Costc, T C Orecn, Akana, G droves, S
W Barnes, F Schaffel and wife, 31 Soilage
and family, and :t others.
From San Francisco, per baikeiitino
Discovery, January lilth .Miss Wiehcr,
Miss Frarhcr, Miss Dexter, K P Low, F
C Fay, and 3lr Hammer.
From S.in Francisco, pur bytno W G
Irwin, January 1 lth A I. He) nobis, C
XlcUoii, and J llurkc.
The S S Zcalandln, Capt Webber, left
her buoy In Lavender Hay, Sydney, .1.20
v M on the 20th Dec, and received the
Honolulu pilot at 0.25 v M .Tan lath.
Leaving Sydney she had Hue weather
for a few days till the -lth Inst, when she
experienced a heavy eyclonu with bard
rain scpinlls and confuted tea. The
barometer fell to 20 OS, and the shin was
hovo to and lost altogether about 20
hours. On thu Gth lust., It improved,
and she carried line clear weather with
moderate northerly, north-easterly and
north-westerly winds till arrival at this
port. She had 4 sUs of seed for Hono
lulu, and 1S02 packages for San Fran
cisco. Xo passengers for Honolulu.
The bgtno XV G Irwin, Capt Turner,
arrived ibis morning 13 J days from San
Francisco. She brought besides a largo
assoitment of ge e.al merchandise, 11)7
hogs for J Uurkc.
Thu S S Zcalundla hailed for San
Francisco at 0 o'clock this morning. She
took from this port 8,87:1 hags of sugar,
300 bags of rice, 1 10 pieces of sugar
cauc, 19 boxes of leaves, and 1,1 lit
bunches of bananas. Value ?."2,02(i.ii0.
The bktnc Discovery, Capt Pcrrlmau,
arrived last evening, 10 days from San
Francisco with a general cargo.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Queen's Own will have street
parade this evening.
Miss Genevieve Ward and 3Ir. W. II.
Vernon departed by the Zcalamlla.
lli.AN!) days and cool nights form the
glorious winter of Hawaii's content.
Tm: 3Ierry-inakers will bob up with
caps and bells on the arrival of the Ala
meda. Among other live animals on the Zea
laudla was a dingo, a sort of fox peculiar
X. S. Sachs has something new to
say to his customers and the public on
the llrst page of this issue.
Tin: Temple of Fashion has an Inter
esting advertisement in tills paper, for
all who dc-iru clothing at low pi ices.
Somkiiodv who guaranteed to pay
$30 toward Oakley's funeral expenses
Is said to have gone back on his word.
John Young landed in these Islands
ninety-six years ago to-day, but it Is
not related that he had to pay head
money. The Ladies' Benevolent Society will
hold their regular sociable at Fort
Street Church to-night, and will mako
About eveiy second white man Is
either electioneering oi litigating, while
the shrewd Chinese are laMug In bar
gains at the auction rooms.
Xativks, supposing the revivalists'
tent pitched at the corner of Hotel and
Alakca streets belonged to a circus
troupe, were looking for the horses last
A mail was despatched from the Pot
Olllco by the S. S. Zealaudla for the
Coast, tills morning, of 0,137 letters
weighing 100 lbs. 5 o.,and 2,120 papers,
MWlbs. I o..
Tin:iti: was no bid for tho !):il shares
of thu 31oakeiiul Sugar Co.'s stock when
offered by 31 r. Levey to-day. It may
bo put ui) again at the regular cash sale
Mu. halt, thu Road Supervisor, with
rock soil and thu sleam roller, Is making
a splendid piece of ground on both
sides and at the back of C. Brewer &
3lu. William Williams lost a hundred
dollar bill on the street last Tuesday.
It fell from thu same pocket ami In thu
Identical way that he lost a $100 bill a
year ago last Christinas.
Bkauii sustained his champion oars
manship of the world In a racu with
3Iaitcrnou on thu Paramatta liver,
Sydney, Dec. Huh, for 61,000 a side,
winning by furteeu leugths.
.ij--w .'-. .jiiA '.. ,.w -. "1
That Port riuesc beggar woman wns
again stationed on Fort street this morn
ing, asking alms. It might bu a piollt
able scheme I" portray this woman on
canvas, as. "Our First Street Ileggar.'"
Mil. Julian 3loutsurrat Informs the
Advertiser that the bottom of thu Kl
lauea crater was ovcillowiugon3Ionduy
last, which that p.iper says appears to
be the greatest outflow of Kllauca since
Tm: trade sale by Messrs. K. P.
Adams tf Co., for Messrs. II. Hackfeld
A, Co.. leallzed 911.000 yesterday, and
the fag end of the sale to-day increased
the proceeds to about 315,000, which is
considered a very good result.
Tnr.brlglntlne XV. G. Irwin, Hint ar
rived this morning 1!11 days from San
Francisco, had very llnu weather until
Sunday last, when she got a gale from
Ibu south and west. The captain ic
purts heavy noitlicrly swells outside
Piunck.ss Llkcllko's birthday leeep.
tlon yesterday was attended by flic King
and Queen, members of the Cabinet,
foreign representatives, and many other
ladles and gentlemen. A tine programme
of music was given by the itoyal Ha
At a meeting of Geo. W. Del.ong
Post, (i.A.It., on Tuesday evening, the
following olllecrs were installed by A.
I). C, X.J1. Bnierson: P. C, It. W.
I.alno) S. V. C, Saml. MeKeague; T.
V. C. XV. II. Place; Q. 31 .11. J. Greene;
Chaplain, XV. Jtolni; O. (1., J. Conn;
Ailjt., .las. P. Xoblc.
3Ii:ssus. Allen & Koblnson have tiled
a petition hi the Supreme Court, pray
ing that the Reciprocity Sugar Company,
doing business at liana, .Maul, be ad
judged bankrupt. Hearing of the peti
tion has been appointed for Jan. 10th,
and a process served on 3Ir. J. K. Hush,
Picsldent of the Company. Petitioners
attached a claim of 8S,M0.2U to their
A iioiii.ONT.u, englnu of 25 h. p.,
made by Cross, Cottrcll & Co., Boston,
which has been In use three years in
Chilian's rice mill, has been set up. In
31r. C. E. Williams's cabinet factory, to
supply motive power to that and other
workshops. Including 3lr. XV. E. Her
rick's turning shop, at the corner of
King and Bethel streets. 3Ir. Ed.
Tucker, foreman of the Ironworks
machine shop, put the engine In posi
tion and had It running smoothly this
morning. Accessory to the engine are
a water-heater, in which thu exhaust
steam is utilized, and a Blaku pump for
supplying the boiler.
Bi:v. W. C. 31crntt. of Oahu College,
writes as follows: "'I have been re
quested to make the following announce
ment, through the columns of the city
papeis: As has already been noted,
Ul-ho,) Hall of Selenoj Is now complet
ed and equipped for work. A class of
sixteen are just now entering upon the
study of chemistry, under Prof. Van
Slyke. For a few days they will bo cti.
gaged upon the details picllmlnary to
laboratory work. The course after that
may bo brielly outlined as an elementary
course In qualitative analysis, combined
with recitations and lectures In general
chemistry. This class occupies thu Hall
of Science for Its work each day from
one o'clock till two. Visitors are always
welcomed to our class-rooms, and Prof.
Van Slyke and myself wish It to be un
derstood that any who may desire arc
especially Invited to attend this course."
Fiti:sii Mince Pies daily fiom and
after date at Mellcr & Ilalbe's Con
Fuksii Cream Cakes and
daily from and after date at
& lialbc's Confectionery.
Wist, Dow & Co. have received
ex "St. Paul" an invoice of furni
ture, consisting of II. W. Marble
Top, and Asli Bed-room sets, and
Haines' Cribs ; also Velocipedes,
Guitar, Banjo and Violin strings;
Violin Cases, Music Books, New
Sheet Music, etc., etc. 22o !Jt
Below is tltc programme for tho
moonlight concert to be given at
Emma Square at 7:30 this evening,
by the Itoyal Hawaiian Band.
Overture Italiana in Algler....Ilosinl
Galop Street Cars Arndt
Cavatina Belisarlo Doul.etli
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Selection 3Inrltana Wallace
Gavotte Contl Vasseur
Walt. Alexandra Guug'l
Quadrille Liltuokalanl Berger
HAWAIIAN BELL TELEPHONE CO.
The net earnings of tho Bell
Telephone Company for 1885 wcro
S3, 212. 59, equal to 32A percent on
the capital stock. A 'dividend of
ten percent was paid tho share
holders. There was n reduction in
the running expenses, under tho
previous year, of 81,-115.92. The
list of -100 paying subscribers could
bo increased, but tho present low
rates do not warrant the construc
tion of new lines. Owing nothing,
tho Company has S1J87.18 cash on
hand and n'ecounts duo it of about
$2,000. In Hie annual report of tho
president and treasurer, Godfrey
Brown, rcfcience is mado to tho
successful suit in tho Supreme
Court, last July term, to prevent
annoyance from the Mutual Telo
phono Company's lines crossing
those of this Company. Ofllcors
wcro elected at the annual meeting
as follow: President and Trea
surer, Godfrey Brown; Vice-President,
Cecil Brown ; Secretary, J. F.
Brown; Auditor, B. F. Holies;
Directors, James Campbell, IS. I
Bolles and J. F. Brown.
THE GREAT OCEAN RACE,
Mr. Win. G. Irwin lccelvcd it
private letter from S) ducy by the
Zcnlandin, containing notes of the
great ocean steamship race, from
which it appears Hint the Alameda
gained llfty-twb lioura on the Zea
landia between San Francisco and
Sydney. AVc have been permitted
to use tills communication.
The Alameda gained on the Zca
landia as follows :
Sail Francisco to Honolulu 10 hour
Honolulu to Auckland 25 hours
Auckland to Sydney 8 hours
Total gain 52 hours
The Alnmcda made the quickest
time over made to Auckland by
twenty-five hours, and beat the
fastest time between Auckland and
Sydney seven hours. Captain Web
ber staled on his arrival here that
tho Alameda arrived in Sydney thir
teen hours ahead of tho Zcalandiu.
A large tent is being pitched, and
comfortably seated, at thu corner of
Alakea and Hotel streets, which will
be used by Elder W. M. Hcalcy, of
California, for a series of religious
meetings, beginning to-morrow at
7:30 v. m., and continuing each
evening till further notice. In the
past few years Elder Hcalcy has
held similar meetings in nil the lead
ing cities of California. Speaking
of tlieso meetings, tho Oakland
Daily Times says: "The quiet
and respectable vicinity of Eighth
and Pcralta streets has now a regu
lar evening attraction and the people
of that region arc not slow to take
advantage of the privilege."
The Oakland Daily Tribune says
of one of Elder Henley's discourses :
" The audience seemed intensely in
terested, sitting as it were spell
bound during tho cntiro lecture."
Tho Los Angeles Herald refers
to the meetings as follows : " Reli
gion under canvas seems to have
attractions for our people, judging
from the throngs which attend tho
services nightly held under the tent
at tlte corner of Spring and Sixth
streets." Scats arc free, and a cor
dial invitation is given to all. Com.
THE BETHEL ANNUAL MEETING.
The annual business meeting of
tho Bethel Union congregation was
held last evening, Mr. B. F. Dilling
ham in the chair. Reports of church
olllecrs wcro in order, but wcro not
forthcoming, as the purposes of tho
meeting had not been definitely
understood. Mr. T. G. Thrum was
elected Deacon, and Ucv. S. E.
Bishop and Mr. J. O. Carter, inciu
bcrsof the Standing Committee. Mr.
T. M. Henderson read the report of
the olllecrs and teachers of the Sun
day school, for the year of 1885.
The average attendance was 78, and
the average roll of ofllcers and teach
ers 17. .Reference wns made to tho
workers who had been removed by
death, viz. : Mrs. Lowell Smith, Rev.
Dr. Damon, and Mr. R. Robbins.
Collections taken at the quarterly
missionary meetings amounted to
$27.05. Regular meetings of olllecrs
and teachers were held during the
year. Sunday school olllecrs wcro
then elected for the present year,
and are: Superintendent, Mr. B.
F. Dillingham ; Assistant Superin
tendent, Mrs. S. M. Damon; Secre
ta y, Mr. Thos. M. Henderson;
Treasure", Mr. Jonathan Shaw;
Librarian, Mr. G. Ernest Thrum ;
Assistant Librarian, Mr. William F.
Thrum. The congiegatiou was then
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS
Tiiuiisday, Jan. 14th.
Bcforo Judd, C. J. In the matter
of the estate of Timotcol'ahua, de
ceased. Two of tho heirs of the
deceased, namely, Wahinealii (w.)
and Kahaulelio (w.), daughters, ap
peared before His Honor and proved
that they are of age and asked that
their shares of the money on deposit
with the Clerk bo apportioned to
them. The Court being satisfied with
tile proof adduced ordered that tho
Clerk pay them their shares as asked
for. The Clerk has on hand $377.17,
to be divided in 3 equal shares. The
third share will be held until the
third of the minors becomes of age,
whoso name is Timotco l'aliua, Jr.
I! A. I.
So. -1 AdiiniH liiuie.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned ami curled,
Native straws sewed In nil the latest
Lessons given in thirty-six Muds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all kinds of cnihiol.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALIjpcrbons who want to communl.
cutu with tho l'oitucuese, either
for business, or for procuring woikmcn,
servants or 'iny other helps, will find it
the most piotltablo way to adwrtiso In
tho Luso llawailatio, tho now organ of
the l'ortutruoso colony, which is pub.
llshed on Merchant street, Giuetle Build.
Ing, (I'ost.Olllcu Letter Box K.), and
only charges icnsoimblo rates for advertisements.
J, T, Uaterhouse
Has removed bis
Crookory and Hardwaro Goods
From the siore occupied by
him In King St.,
To His Building
Adjoining the Queen St. Store, opposlto
221 to Brewer & Co. lw
Kali hi Road,
Wo have received instructions to offer
nt public auction, on
Monday, Jan, 25th
At Vi o'clock noon, at our saleroom,
those certain eleven
Val'ble House Lots
On the Kalihl Koad, near the residence
of Capt. Loren.en of Steamer Llkellkc,
at the follow lug upet prices, viz:
Lot No. !i 20 . IClJ feet. . $27o
" !I SOi.NlCii " .. BM
" . 1 S0r.l(i() " .. 225
" 5 CO.IxlUS " .. 275
" 7 'HIlxRT. " .. :ioo
8 21:1x125 " . 175
" tl '.03x110 " .. 175
" 10 205x1 CO ' .. 275
11 S05V170 " .. :ioo
" 12 20'ixlUU " .. 200
" 111 ':05xl(i0 " .. 175
These Lots aru on the rising ground
just beyond tho What Cheer House and
command a fine Wow of Diamond Head
and the sea.
From the natural slope of the land
the opportunity for drninagy is perfect.
Terms of Sale will be One-half Cash,
Balance in 2 Years,
Secured by mortgage with Interest at S
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
221 ISt Auctioneers.
Steamers for Sale.
a"MIE undersigned begs to call the
. attention of stcauiMiIp companies
and others Interested to the following
list of steam launches, tugs and other
steam boats offered for salt) by one of
his correspondents In Liverpool with the
prices attached, and which on account
of the remarkably depressed statu of the
shipping butiness will he seen to be ex
Launches, Tugs and small boats that
can bo brought on deck of a largo
steamer or sailing vessel.
Xew steel screw tug -IS feet x 10 feet
x 5 foetS-ln. with 10 horse power engines
nominal, surface condensers, donkey
pump, etc. Sliced 12 miles nn hour.
I'rlco In Liverpool JCl.O.'O or .5,250.
81i:i0. Wood Screw l'a'sungcr and
Cargo Launch, built In 1SS."J, pair of li in
cylinders, S-iu. sroke, .speed about 10
miles, extra strong oak frame', pitch
pine planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions 15.0x0.0x1.11. draft of water aftll
feet, l'rico i':)"u.
21101. A Steel twin-screw Steam Yacht,
built In KSS1, 2 pairs of veitlcal I) A
II I 1' I engines of 10 H.I, four 0-ln.
cylinders, 8-In. stroke, speed 0 knots on
a consumption of :i cwt. per hour,
blinkers contain (i tons, she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up the
Nile, dimensions 05.2x12.7x0.7. l'rico
2:109. A New Wood Screw Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S I O engines (i-!n. and 12-ln. 7-ln. stroke,
large multitubular boiler, teak laxucd,
of 00 lbs. working pressure, dimensions
10.0x8.0xl.-l. Trice 050.
2301. An Iron twin-screw Steamer,
built In 1870, for river passenger trallle,
hull, cnglna ami holler lately overhauled
at a cost of 107, speed 11 knots 011 a
consumption of about 4 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
08.0x12.1x1.0. l'rico 180.
81131. Steel Screw Tug, built In 1885,
engines C S O 25 H.PN. 11-ln. and
22-ln. cylinders, 20-ln. stroke, steel
tubular holler, 100 lbs. working pressure,
speed 12 knots, holler lugged, cylinders
lagged with felt and mahogany, dimen
sions 70x12.8x0.2. Draft of water !.-.
feet and 0 feet, l'rico 1S50
2203. An Iron Screw .Steamer, now
building, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
to carry 2S0 tons 011 0.0 draft, bunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 0 knots oil u con
sumption of 0 tons per day, compound
1) I A engines of to H.T., lii-ln. and
:10-Iu. cylinders, holler of 80 lbs. work
ing pressure, donkey engine and steam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.0.
Price 1.000. .
2311. An Iron Scicw Tug, built In
1885, clas-ed Al at Lloyd's lor towing
purposes, two compound S C I) A
engines of 15 II. 1, 10-lu. and HO-ln.
cylinders, 22 stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 70.1xl5.0..:i. Price !l,500.
2308. An IronSc.'ow Steamer, built
in 1885, nml clawed 100 Al, C05 tons re
gister, and carries 1,120 tons D.W. on 15 0
draft, 2 common 1) A S C engines of
1)0 II. P., 25)s-ln. and -18-ln. cylinders,
illl-ln. stroke, cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. working pressure, bun
kers contain 102 tons, consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also :: steam winches, dimensions 20:i.0x
30.0x15. 10. Price 12,000.
22:M. An Iron Screw steamer, built
In 18S5, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
07 tons register, carries 350 tons on 10.0
draft, hunkers contain 50 tons, speed
lii'i.. to ll'i. Knots 011 a consumption 01
8 tons per day. compound S C engines
of 80 11. P., aiju-ln. and 12-ln. ejllndcro,
30-iii. stroke, steel tubular holler of 05
lbs. working pressure, donkey engine,
nml 2 steam winches, dimensions 1 I5.ux
2.1.1x10.0. Price 8,500.
The above arc only a few of the steam
vessels that are offeied at sale In Great
Britain at thu prcicul time. Almost any
description of steamer and of any slu
desbed can now bo purchased at very
favorable rates. It Is of course neces
sary that some rcspouslblu paiiy in
England should examine the condition
of ihu steamers offered for sale befoie
Valuable Real Estate
For Sill If Privats Contract or at Pitllc Auction
The undersigned have received instructions from Messrs. G. W. Mac
farlane & Co. to oiler for sale at auction, lit our alcsrooni'i, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At 12 O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The whole of that valunble city pioperty known as the BOOTH KSTATE,
excepting only the corner lot, "owned by Mr. Jamts Olds, containing In all
20,01)0 square 'feet, together with houses, stores and buildings thereto be
longing. Hits is the most compact and dcsirnblo piece of property ever offered
for sale in Honolulu. Its main frontages arc 75 feet 5 inches to Nuuauti
street, and 93 feet 0 inches to Hotel street. The rear front of the properly
extends from Nuuanii street, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
warehouse and store, 172 feet 11 Inches to Hose Lane, the side frontage
along the line of the Itohliisou lot to Hotel street being 112 feet 3 inches.
The value of this and the adjoining propel ty might lie greatly en.
hi'iiecd by cairying Hose Lanu -trnlghl tliroueh to Hotel street. Access Is
had to Hotel anil Nuitauii ttieets from thu rear and center of the estate by
lanes long In ue on the properly itself.
Situated in tho heart of the retnil business quarter of the city, aud
having a largo area of available building space unoccupied, this property
holds out unusual Inducements to capitalists as a permanent Investment.
The present annual Investment is $1,500, or 10 per cent, on $45,000; but ns
the leases expire shortly, the rental wight he Increased, to $0,000 n year
without expenditure for n pairs or additions to buildings. If the estate
weio sold as a whole, however, by judicious and Inexpensive improve
ments which a practical eyo would suggest, even this largo prospective in.
come might bo very considerably added to.
Tho Nttuauu street frontage is occupied by a row of two-story build.
lugs, the upper ttory being used as dwellings, and the llrst Hoot as stores,
which are always lu occupation. Restaurants and retail stores similarly
occupy the frontage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel Is in tho center of tho property, and goes
Willi the lot. It is uml as 11 lodging house and pays handsomely.
Another advantage of this lino piopeity as an Iiivestmvnt Is its excel
lent sanitary conditions. It is on tho highest part of the city, maKal of
llerotauia street, and Is therefore easily drained.
Tho property, If not disposed of before date of pule, will bo first put up
as a whole in one lot. Falling a satisfactory purchaser, wo shall then put
It up in lots for which purpose It has been subdivided into sixteen lots.
'u shall offer these lots at tiie following upset prices, viz:
Lot No. 1 $ 1,500
Lot No. 2 I,f00
Lot No. 3 1 ,000
Lot No. 1 1,000
Lot No. 0 1.500
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 1 ,500
LolXo. !) 1,500
LotNo. 10 '. JI.750
Lot No. 11 3,750
Lot No. 12 2,750
Lot No. i;:i noon
Lot. No. 15 1,500
LotNo. 10 1.C00
And upon the following favorable terms:
One-third Cash. Balance in 1, 2, and 3 years, with
Interest at 7 per cent, per annum, secured
3?" We solicit an examination of this property, and confidently recom
mend the investment as a permanent paying oae, with greater contingen
cies fo- advancement than almost any other kpid of property.
A i'lait of tho Property cmi ha hccii nt the Ofllco of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wildci's Steamship Agent,
Oreut lli'-l'ugton Hal Load Agent
, 00 100
Haw'n Carriage Mnnf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & son,
Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wllder's Steamship Co.,
O. Brewer & Co.,
YVuiluku Sugar Co.,
Heciproclty Sugar Co ,
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock llrokci.
38 Merchant Street. 101 ly
To the Business Community:
QUAUTHItLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts Hindu out, Books written up
ami Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. Kvery Business Man should
call on me who ileslie thu above bus'-ncsh-
attended to. .1. K. W1SKMAX,
20:1 liu (leneral Business Agent.
Change of Locution. 1
tt-1 1.. m.M)l:n a.,, .! 1. "ii. V.vnri'.s I
t Company, has lemovtd his
No. 60 Fort St., with J. A. Palmer,
where hu can hi. found at all times.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
Annual Meeting Notice.
THE Annual Meeting of C. Brewer &
Co. will be held at their office,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
3. 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 td J. O. OAUTElt, Secretary.
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COOL OIT-JF1 !
DID YOU SAY T
Mako your wife aud children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlawu Dairy
Go ami surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. W
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to 50
quarts In l'atent lief rigcrator Cans, wir.
ranted to keep Its delightful flavor and
porfect form for many hotrs.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddingi
Our Knnnv Cakes nrc the Favorltt
With all the Ladies of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported froth nud In g.-ent variety by
Ring Up Boll Telephone 182 or.Miduil 338.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
No. HIS llutol Street,
Aiu open dully uslil 11 r,M.
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