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SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1880.
Stun I.lkuliku from Kntiultil
Stmr Jus I DoWECtt from Molokal
Stmr Mokolli fiom Moloknl
S S Aliimcilii f i oin the Colonic
Ilk Hcper for I'orl TowiHond
llktnu Amelia for Pint Towiiseml
Ilk Victoria Cro. for San Fiuieleo
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Llkohke for ICahulul
Slnir .las I Dowsett from Molokal
Stmr Mokolli for .Molokul
Sehr Jennie Walker for I'annlng'.s N
VESSELS II PORT.
Jlk l.ovspriiig, Tlimn-eii
Jlk Klslnorc, .Iciik-
Ilk U U BIhop, Walter
ltk Callmrlcn, Hubbard
jik J.atiy jsowcii. i(o(in
Torn w iiowue, rum
liktuu Dloover.v, l'criiiuan
IJgtne W ( Irwin, Turner
From Kalmlnl nml Han.i, per .-leanicr
Likcllkc, .lamiary 15th A Marques ami
wife, Mr A Unnii anil child. Mr Geo
Fair. L .1 Llonnrons, G V Wilder, MNs
L l)ow.-elt. Mrs 0 Copp and daughter,
Mm Hiibylon, A Sinclair, Mr Frot, II 11
Sinythc M M Scott, Mntcr V Chapman
anil 59 duck.
From Australia, per S S Alameda,
January 10th Mr Geo Wilton and I'.i In
The bark Victoria Cross Killed tills
a 51 for San FraneKon with 10,000 buys
of sugar. Valued 8!)1.S"1.(U.
Stmr Klnan and Planter me due to
morrow A M.
Stmr .las I Dow sett brought 1100 bags
of sugar, 87 sheep, and M head of cattle.
Stmr Mokolli brought 110 bags of
sugar, 7 green hides, 1 bull, and 1 horse.
Stmr .las Mnkco will sail on Tuesday
morning at 8 o'clock for Walanae, AViu
ulna, Klhiucu, Ilaualel and Kapua.
Stmr I.ikellkc brought U77 bag of
The sailing of the schooner Jennie
Walker Is postponed until Monday
morning, for the mall by the S S Ala
meda expected to-day.
The S S Alameda, Capt Morse., sailed
from Sydney Dec Hist at i 21 I'M. Ar
rived at Auckland Jan -It li at 8.15 i-m.
Sailed again on the following day (Jan
5th) at 2 10 r ji. Arrived at Samoa on
the 0th at 7.10 am, and sailed again
at 8.15 that evening. Arrived at Hono
lulu Jau lUlh al 1 r m. Ttum 11 days
i!J hours. Avcrago speed Y,. knoi.
The Alameda sails for San FmucNco at
10 o'clock to-night.
Fnusii Mince Ties daily from and
after date at Mcllcr & Ilallie's Con
Fm:sii Cream Cakes and Eilairs
daily from and after date at Mcllcr
& Ilalbo's Confectionery. 177
Wist, Dow & Co. have received
ex "St. Paul' ' an invoice of furni
ture, consisting of 15. W. Marble
Top, and Asli Deri-room sets, and
Babies' Cribs ; also Velocipedes,
Guitar, Uanjo and Violin strings;
Violin Cases, Music Hooks, New
Sheet Music, etc., etc. 2l'." lit
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A l.nrrr.n from Mr A. Marque I- In
type but crowded out.
A riM.i.-.MOox concert will be given on
Emma Squat o, Mondav evening, by the
it. ii. b.
Tun Eelip-o Boat Club will meet at
7.110 thii evening, for election of oilleers
and other business.
Mtt. Sala, wife of Iho well-k'nowu
journalNt, died at Melbourne, Australia,
on the night of Dee. :il-t.
Tin: baikeutliie Discovery ha been
painted in oil by Mr. Furucnux from u
sketch by Mr. J. F. Smith.
Mit. K. l Low's name was booked on
the passenger lit of the Victoria Cross
yesterday, but afterward withdrawn.
' Luwis J. Levey had a good tale to
day, disposing, among a variety of
good-, of a large quantity of potatoes.
It is reported that Captain Bray,
master of the missionary vc.el Morn
ing Star, will resign bis position on his
Tin: United States Consulatc-tSeneral
will bo open this evening from 7 to 8
o'clock, for tho accommodation of
shippers , -
Kkai.ia mill, Kauai, has commenced
grinding for the season. Tho llrst
sugar came by the steamer ,Ta. Makeo
Tin: Hawaiian Mi-alon Children's
Society will meet at tho residence of
Mr. A. F. Cooke this evening, Saturday,
Mit. It. Mathews, champion heavy
weight pugilist of Now Zealand, was a
pasngr by the Alameda voiilc to
bis home In San FraucNeo.
Tub Central Park link will bo opened
this evening by Mr. D. Lyons, and the
public aro Invited to witness the "Maul
Giantess" inauieuvro on whcoN.
Mit. ThoinasStowart, lately clerk Inlho
. "Lowvroof Hiuols," left by tho Vic
toria Cro-s for San Francisco, expecting
to bo back shortly with a drove of hogs.
A Ciii.va.max caught In tliu act of
robbing u fellow-couiitryniau'ri house In
Mauoa Valley, yesterday morning, lias
been given a year's bard labor on the
TiiKHi: was a gay gathering lat
night at the Yosemltu skating rink'
trpple-bee. Everyone got tin apple but
no bco. To-night tho amusement will
bo ' ; atocl.
Tin: bark Mount Lebanon, from
Hongkong, Is about 35 days overdue.
Tho Clilni".!1 merchants lu this elty are
In Mliltitt for their supplies of good",
which they counlcd on for Chluc-'o Xew
Year's Day, February ilrri.
Ar the request of Mi. It. W. Laino,
Vlop-Coiiu1 for Snaln. a Itcqulem Mns
will be I'cli'hralfd in the Human Catholic
Cathedral on Tue-day the 1Ilth. at 10 A.
m.. for the rcpiM- of the oul of His
Majesty Alphoti'o X II.. the late King
Tin; regular meeting of Polynesian
Encampment. No. 1, 1. O. O. F., was
belli last evening, when the following
olllcerx were installed by Deputv Grand
She W. L. Foster: C. J. Fishol, C. P.:
It. II. Graham. S. W.j L. C. Abies II.
P.; W. P. Atwater, .Scribe; J. J. l.ecker,
Treas.; .f. M. Mon-arrat, IstW.; W. C.
1'ais.o, I,. C. Abies and L. C. Howe,
Tilt: S. S. Al.iini'd.t arrived this uoou,
1 1 days i!:t hour?, from Auckland, having
left Sydney Dee. IINt. Slie has one pas
senger for this port, and forty-nine for
San Franclco. Among her through
pa-engers an- two of the Merry-Makers,
a gentleman anil lady. The Alameda
will take u considerable freight of ba-
lloliiia ..ml uiiini ..I ..!H u.ill .. 1fl
........ - .t.i. i.,.i, .,,v. 1,111 .-.Ml ill 1U
Tiinui: was an audience of about tlftv
to hear Klder Healey. of the Seventh
Day Ailvcntist mission, in ills unguard
ed tent Ia-t evening. An Interesting
addres w as begun on Xebuehailne.ar's
dream of the universal kingdoms that
should come after him. to be continued
tliis evening. Some Interesting facts
regarding the greatness of ancient
llabylou and Its full were luelillv given.
The speaker contended that tliu pro
phetic HTiptures were intended to be
understood In this fu. a. If their mean
ing was not to be divulged until the
future life, they were altogether pre
mature. 'Si:nn gellebte freitude: Wlr situ!
vcr.-ammeli in dor ncgenwart Gottes
urn (liesen inaiiii and uicsc jutige frail
in den lielligen stand tier eho it vcr
blndcn," said tho Itev. K. C. Oggel
of theUethel LTnion Church last evening,
and then proceeded to unite In tho
bonds of holy wedlock Mr. llelnrich
fiiunpfer and Mi's Sophie Dorothea
Loui-e Meyer, the pator porformlug the
ceremony for the young couple in the
language of their nathe, beloved Ger
many. The congratulations of tho
IIu.i.utin aro teudeicd the newly
wedded pair, with best wishes for Ihei'r
I "peaking to the captain of the
steamer Ja. I. Dowtett this morning,
about the mysterious lights hi Molokul
channel, he said that lie too had seen
strange lights theio. On one occasion
tlio steamer Mokolli, dining the night,
was leported off the stai board bow, ami
when the Dowsett approached the light
it suddenly disappeared. On another
occasion all hands were watching a
light very close to the Dowsett, and as
plain as could be, when all of a sudden
it vanished and was seen no more. Tho
captal'i remaiked that tliero was no one
on the northwest end of Maul who
would go Into the opium business, and
furthermore the buntiro lights seen were
caucd by the planters burning ground.
The Hand will piny at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. Tho
following is tho programmo:
Slow March Xorah Hansen
Overture Osslan Gado
Polonaise Welcome Metler
Se'ectlon Welsh Melodies (new). .Hare
Waltz Always Joyful Strauss
Ma.urka Teres! na Faust
THAT LAME-LEGGED LOGIC.
Kditok JJuu.r.Tix: Yes, C. E. G.
struck it at last. I say, ''Enough!
enough!" I meant and intimated it
before, although I did not say it.
Too much, too much of such dry,
loosely constructed, verbose argu
mentation, which my benighted mind
lias neither the energy nor the in
clination to digest. 1 prefer the
Advertiser's "Campaign Notes:"
they arc more to my taste : I can
see their point without the aid of
glasses. Too much, too much of
that logic which considers tho admis
sion of the existence of :i thing.nine
hundred years ago proof of its exist
ence nino hundred years previous.
As u gentleman not thoroughly con
versant with English said in re
ference to it, "that logic litis a weak
leg!" That llrst dose has stuck like
a fishbone in my throat. A littlo
more of tho same kind will choke
me right out. I hope to be delivered
from Mich a misfortune.
MR. CROWLEY'S REPLY TO NOTA BENE.
Editou Bumxtix: If there is
ono spectacle which more than an
other excites my pity it is that of an
angry man. Nota Hone voluntarily
threw his gauntlet, with tho nir of a
true knight and gentleman, into the
arena of controversy, and having
awkwardly wounded himself with
his own weapon lie cuts, and slashes,
and roars like a tiger at bay. To
keep up an appearance of coolness
iyiri a feeble attempt at Jocularity
lie quotes. Shakespeare and Tom
Hood, hut this ancient Modoc war
rior is acting tho part of llotnhastcs
Eurioso ; ho is still after Capt. Jack,
or the Furies aru after him, which?
Having cornered liiin in his dust
cloud of self-assertion, about his
piophct lloadly, and having proved
that said lloadly, while hoodwink
ing, to speak mildly, a section of
tho temperance peoplo of Ohio, was
in reality the salaried attorney of
the Ohio Liquor Dealers' Union, and
that his inspiring "world-wide"
read organ, tho Cincinnati Com
mercial tiazette, was owned by, and
worked for, tho said Union; tills
wriggling egotist, wincing under an
Imputation of falsehood Implied by
iris own concealment of those facts
which lie is not able to deny, and
not manly enough to admit, 'covets
his retreat unto his lair after the
manner of lite ctiltle-llsh. Hut (ho
inky poison in his "might have
added. "In.ivus tin clnin 1.V..I..,,
., .-.. THU m,j j.uun XUIIMI1-
ately for "Truth and Honesty"
.mi ins oig ii;, iioaillyisiu lias
not yet become epidemic. Nota
Bene "might have added" a good
ileal more, had his llery imagination
been capable of more than thi. bU
expiring attempt, but he has suc
ceeded in painting his own inward
portrait, ami if ever a man suc
ceeded in picturing himself as a
dricd-up htiinan gourd; into whoso
life blood no milk of human kind
ness Hows j whose "very bones aro
marrowless" for any generous
human action, ami incapable of sup
posing generosity in others unless
through "pecuniary interest, or
a bread-and-butter consideration,"
here he stanris, framed, and on exhi
bition. There is a vulgar maxim attri
buted to the lower class of lawyers,
"No case, abuse tho other side."
X. 1). tries his hand at this in tho
way of painting my portrait as the
hunter after well-filled purses and
larders, from which 1 have been
paid anil fed. I may have worked
myself into tho gooil graces of some
reformed rum-cursed victims, whoso
honest grip is to mo "riches," and
tho kindly greeting of whoso wives
and children is to me "monumental,"
and who now enjoy the full calabash
anil tho fatteri porker of their own,
to which they wore but recently
strangers. Hut that I entered into,
or am engaged in this "temperance
and soul saving" work as my charity-preaching
friend is pleased to
term it for any hope of pecuniary
reward past, present, or prospective,
is not true. Nor am I the mouth
piece or representative of any organi
zation, "soul saving," temperance,
political, or otherwise. Had N. H.
ever measured my backbone, he
would know" that 1 havo enough to
go on "my own hook." Not that I
wottlri not deem it n high honor to
be commissioned and enabled to
give my whole time to so good a
work, for can anything be grander
to the man or woman who loves
their kind than to lift up the fallen
to help to reanimate the despairing
drunkard with hope, that ho may
again stand erect, a man, before liis
fellows and his God! To help to
kindle anew the lamp of love so
ruthlessly quenched by the drink
curse? Yes, Nota Dene, it would
take more adjectives than your
small mud-rake could heap up, to
make me blush to receive support
for such work. I also know that
the daily piivatc appeals for help
made by the drink victims of 1 Iono
lulu, are a severe drain upon the re
sources of benevolent Christian men.
Thanks to kind Providence, and
cold water, I am neither "weary
of work" nor otherwise "unfortu
nate." Just now, I have both the
work sinri tho will anil muscle to ilo
it, and therein I would not exchange
places with any retired whiskey
king in the Hawaiian Islands, for
what little I get is sweetened by the
consciousness that it is got by honest
labor. I repeat, then, without fear
of being questioned in any good
man's conscience, that "I have no
pecuniary interest pro or con in the
liquor business," and although con
fessing to enjoy a well-filled larder,
I confess also that outsirio of 1113"
own house I have no recollection of
feasting anywhere out of a two-bit
restaurant, nor havo I received any
thing out of any one's purse except
in exchange for labor at my trade.
Tho truth is, my narrow-soulcd
friend, I don't mind telling you,
that I have not been fed on the
eleemosynary plan, now or hereto
fore. Go then, thou rash and egotistical
scribe, and view that pile of " mo
lasses anil glue" which tho Huu.rrix
imp lias prepared in anticipation of
thy self-imposcil penance! 1 wottlri
not have thee swallow it, for I fear
me that thou art over carbonized
burnt up internally already, but
give the devil his iluc (at least ono
dollar) and receive in exchange a
basin of water, of which put some
on thy tongue and lave thy aching
brain. Moral, Shakespearian: "Es
chew sack, and live cleanly."
As to those charts about which
N. H. so kindly advises me, I may
inform him that they wero imported
to my order and I am a contributor
to their cost, and they are intended
to be used by 1110 on every square
mile of these islands, where I can
gather an audience of twenty per
sons. If another volunteer comes
forward I will import another set.
Anil now, my charily-preaching
frienri, step down from that pedestal
and, as one good turn deserves
another, let mu brcatho a word of
advice into your car. Never enter
into a controversy unless you can
feel (piitc sine that you know more
about it than a mule docs about tho
2nd, whenever you have a ntcro
illiterate, horny-handed woorichoppcr
like myself to ileal with, remind him
that you always looked upon him
from an elevated distance, and that
ho is by naturo fitted to draw a
hand cart. I give you two reasons
W ! ."" "' rnliv;rniTMiwm iniiwi i hn.ihi.hiiihuui mil i r iint-rri u i in hi h .f iTJSj
for this. Ono m that if ho is an
honest man ho . Ill not ho ashamed
to own that he can draw a hand
cart, or has drawn a hand cart. The
other reason is, that ho can thereby
form an exact estimate of you.
And know, finally, that the
numerous readers of tho Bulletin in
this region could inform you that I
am both the busy bco anil the h olv
akumai of Kan just now, improving
the shining hours'-by gathering in
glory and dollars, rejoicing the
hearts of merchants by sending cash
for niatctial or lumber by every
steamer, which is fashioned into ele
gant furniture, enabling tho people
to indulge their tasto on the esthetic
and useful, instead of their taste for
rum. Come up and sec for yourself.
I have a spacious store about III feet
by 20, where I hold forth (luring
working hours and have sucocctlcri
in converting many, including the
Government candidate, to prohibi
tion. Come up, I say, let us shake
hands, and if you care to enlighten
tho people here as to the " correct
understanding" of the whiskey
business, I'll flit up a rostrum for
you in my hale kamalii. Come up
and lot's sco what sort of an " ani
mated battering ram" you are any
how. And now, in all kindness,
allow 1110 to conclude with advice
from your favorite Hamlet: "Con
fess yourself to Heaven, repent
what's past, avoid what is to (or
may) come ; do not spread the com
post on the weeds, and live the purer
with the other half."
Aloha, N. H., Aloha.
D. M. Ckovu:y.
Vaiohinu, Kan, Dec. ISO, 188."i.
ItOMAN' Catholic Catiii'.iiiiai..
High mas at 10 A. M. Itenedletioii of
tho Jllc.cd Sacrament at 1 f. M.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's lliblo
Class lu tho parlor at D:ir a. m.. con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel praic service at 0:110 v. m.
W. C. T. U. A gospel temperance
meeting will bu belli on the wharf, foot
of Fort street, 'iV) v. m. Good singing,
led by a band cornet, will bo provided.
ISi:tih:i, I'xiox Ciiuucit. Itev. K.
C. Oggel. pastor. Preaching by the
attrat 11 a. m. anil 7:!!0 ! M. Morn
ing subject, "I believe lu tho Holy
Gbo-t." Evening, a praise anil gospel
service, lu which the church choir ami
a full chorus choir of voting people will
assist. Subject, "O, Decide for God!
Dcehle Xuw !" Seats fiee. and eery
1'okt Stukut Ciiitupii. Itev. J. A.
Cruan, pator. Preaching by the
pa-tor at U a. m., and 7:110 r. M., on the
subject, "A Serious Charge; the Wit-nesse-.;
the Sentence.'' At tho latter
ervlec, In addition to tho congrega
tional singing, led by cornet, violin and
other Iuttruuients, tliu church choir will
whig three numbers from Spoiir' can
tata, and Mrs. .1. 1). Hanford will also
sing as a olo, "Kternlty."' Two clario
nets will bu added to tho instruments.
Seats free, no collection and a cordial
St. Axintr.w's Catiii:hkai,. The
Hrt congregation will havo services,
conducted by the Itishop of Honolulu,
to-morrow, as follow: Holy Communion
at()::tO A.M.; matins, and sermon by
the llNhop at i slid a.m.; Sunday school
at 11 A. i.; evensong ami catechetical
lecture by tho lllshop, at (!. v. M. Xo
appropriation of seats. Tho second
congregation, conducted by Itev. Geo.
Wallace, will have Sunday school at 10
A. M. lu tho I'uiiahou Preparatory
school. Morning prayer with -eriuon,
at 11 :15 A. M., ami evening prayer at 7 :iS0
Emiku W. M. IIiiAi.r.Y will preach at
7:110 v. m., lu the tent, corner of Alakea
and Hotel streets.
Friday, Jan. 1.1th.
Before Justice Preston.
Ku Tai was found guilty, by a
foreign jury, of being a gross cheat,
and sentenced to a year's hard labor,
and to pay. costs of 62.1.20. The
Attorney-General for the Crown ;
J. A. Magoon for pribonof.
Jacob Phillips vs. G. J. "Waller,
action for damages for malicious
prosecution. Plaintiff had been put
on trial in the Police Court for the
burglary of defendant1!) premises at
Kalilii, hut tho case broke down.
Still on before, a foreign jury. The
Attorney-General for plaintiff j W.
A. Whiting for defendant.
Saturday, Jan. ICth.
Phillips vs. Waller was on till
adjournment for tho day at noon.
This Paper goes into most of tho
English-speaking households of
Honolulu. It is unquestionably tho
for business men desirous of bring
ing their wares to tho notice of tho
3I011IM.V He lleiniialN u(,
IMPORTANT TO MESTOHS !
Fir salo Dy Private Contract or at Pole Auction.
The undersigned havo received Instructions from Messrs. (J. W. Mnc
fmlanu k Co. to oiler for enle at auction, at our salesrooms, on
MONDAY, JANUARY 25th,
At, J a O'clock, Noon,
Unless previously disposed of by private Sale,
The whole of that valuable city property known as the 1JOOTII ESTATE,
excepting only the coiner lot, owned by Mr. .lames Olds, containing In nil
'J0,l)!)0 square feet, together with houses, stores and buildings thereto be.
I'hls Is the mixt compact and desirable piece of property ever oircrcd
for pule in Honolulu. Its main frontages are "ii feet 5 Inches to Nuimnu
street, and Oil feet 0 Inches to Hotel street. The rear front of the property
extends from Nuuauii s-trcut, back of Messrs. Castle & Cooke's line brick
warehouse and store, 17D feet 11 Inches to Itoo Line, the side frontage
along the Hue of the Holiiiion lotto Hotel street being 1-12 feet a indies.
The value of tills anil the ndjolniiig property might bo grently en
luiiiceil by carrying itoso Lane straight through to Hotel street. Access is
I1111I to Hotel nml iNuunuu streets from the rear und center of the estate by
lanes long lu use on the property itself.
Situated 111 the heart of the retail business quarter of tho city, and
having a largo area of available building tpacc unoccupied, this property
holds out tiuustrd inducements to capitalists as a permanent investment.
The present annual Investment is $l,S00, or 10 per rent, on $15,000; but ns
ttic leases expire shottly, tho rental might be Increased to $0,000 a year
without expenditure for repairs or additions to buildings. If tho estate
weto sold as a whole, however, by judicious and inexpensive improve
ments which a practical eye would suggest, even this largo prospective in.
conio might be very considerably added to.
Tho .Nutiunu street frontage Is occupied by a row of two-story build,
lugs, tho upper story being tiicd as dwellings, and tho llrst Hoot as stores,
which are always In occupation, ltcstaurants and letail stores similarly
occupy tho frontage on Hotel street.
The old International Hotel is lu the center of the property, and goes
with the lot. It is used as a lodging house and pays handsomely.
Another advantage of this line propel ty as an invcstmvnl is its excel
lent sanitary conditions. It is on the highest part of tliu city, nuiKai of
lleretania street, and is therefore easily drained.
The properly, If not deposed of before date of sale, will bo llrst put up
as a whole in one lot. Failing a satisfactory purchaser, wo shall then put
it up in lot, for which purpose It ha been subdivided into sixteen lots.
We thall olfer IIicms lots at the following upet prices, viz:
Lot Xo. 1 $ l,fc'00
Lot No. 2 I,fc00
Lot No. U l,C0fl
Lot No. 1 1 ,(i00
Lot Xo U 1,500
Lot No. 7 8,500
Lot No. 8 1 .COO
L'it No. !) l,r,00
LjI No. 1(1 .'t,7.)0
Lot No. U :i,7r,o
Lot No. IS 2,750
Lot No. 1U) ,, m.
Lot. No. 15 1,500
Lot No. 1(5 1,000
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
23?" A'e solicit on cxamlnatloiuof this property, and confidently recom
mend the investment as a permanent paying one, with greater contingen
cies for advancement than almost any other kind of property.
A IMnn of (hi' Property cuii be seen n t the Office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co., Auct'rs.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Heal Estate Agent,
Km ill o mi'iit Agent,
iidei's Steam-thin Audit.
Great lluillngtou ltutlioad Agcut
So. 4 AUuiiin Lime.
Huts dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned and curled,
Native straws sewed in all the latest
Lesions gien in thlriy.six kinds of
fancy work, with drawing and painting,
Orders taken for all klud of einbrol.
To the Business Community:
QUAKTEltLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts uiailu out, Hooks written up
and Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specially. Every Bu-lneis Man should
call on in'o who ilc-iio tho above busi
ness attended to. .1. K. WISEMAN,
J0;5 1 in (iouoral Business Agent.
Annual Mtieliiif;" Notice.
riAHE Annual .Meeting of the Hawaiian
JL Agjluiltural Company will ho held
ul the olllrc of C. Brewer it fo on
THUltbDAY, .January 21, 1S-0, at 10
o'clock a.m. J. O. CA TKH,
210 td Scciotary.
Annual 3Iuotin Notico.
rpilK. Annual Meeting of tho Last
X Maul I'lliulatlon Co. will be held
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WKI).NKMAV, .limitary 20. ltiSU, at 10
0YI00U a.m. P.O.JONES,
U1U td Sectetary.
e Real Estate
Center of Honolulu!
IIoiiolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Maiiaircr Hawaiian Ooera House.
Fire mid Life Insurance Agent,
Annual Mooting' Notice.
rTUlE Annual Meeting of C. Browcr &
A. Co. will bo held at their office,
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, February
ii, 1860, at 10 o'clock a.m.
210 til J. O. OAItTEK, Secretary.
COOL OFF !
DID YOU SAY ?
Make your wlfo and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ico Cream. Wc
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to GO
cpmrls in Patent Hcfrigerator Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful flavor und
perfect foim for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Weddings
Our Fancy Cukes aro tho Favorite
with all tho Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and in great variety by
Ring Up BcllTclophono 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlora.
IN'o. H5 Hotel tritrcet.
Are open dally tutilll I'.m,