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It has pleased His Mnjesty tho King
FREDERICK "WUNDENBURG, ESQ.
Post Mnstcr.Gencral of the Kingdom,
vico Hon. L. Aholo, lcslgned.
Iolnnl Palace, Oct. ID, 1880. CO
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MONDAY. OCT. 18. 188G.
SURPRISE AND DISAPPOINTMENT.
The greatest surprise and the bit
terest disappointment of the Long
Parliament, which terminated on the
lGth instant, were jescrved for the
last day. The announcement on tho
closing day of bills signed and
vetoed was not what was desired by
those who contribute most to the
support of government, nor what
was expected by those who relied
upon existing cheeks to reckless
legislation. A bill that would have
been well for the country and people
to have committed to destruction
the Opium Bill has become law.
Other measures that involved bene
ficial legislation, have been set
aside. Among the latter, that "re
lating to the rights and property of
married women," is prominent. A
Cabinet that could advise such an
exercise of the Koyal Prerogative,
is not entitled to public coniidencc.
We saj' Cabinet, because we assume
the vetoing power is exercised in
accordance with their advice. The
responsibility is theirs. Tho public
have been treated to many essays,
printed and spoken, about a "pro
gressive government." Wherein is
the " progressiveness " apparent?
We are sorry we cannot see it, only
in a downward direction, straight to
ruin. Never, probably, during the
period of agitation and unrest that
has lasted for several years has
there been so much unanimity of
opinion, among the intelligent por
tion of the community, in accord
with this view, as at the present
time. Conservative men who are
usually cautious in their utterance,
and men who have favored the ruling
influences of the past four years,
are now boldly and unequivocally
giving vent to adverse criticism.
- The Honolulu public will have to
forego the pleasure of Band music
for the jiext two weeks. The Royal"
Hawaiian Band takes a vacation, to
which it is justly entitled. The
boys and their leader have had par
ticularly hard work during the past
five or six months, while the Legis
lature has been in session. Not only
have they kept up the regular abund
ant supply of music to the general
public, by concerts at Emma Square
and the Hawaiian Hotel, but they
have responded to many special de
mands, incidental to the Parliament
ary Session. Thoy are now allowed
two weeks' rest, and they deserve it.
On the first of November the Band
will return to dutj', undoubtedly re
freshed by tho relaxation, and better
appreciated by tho public, because
of the temporary nbsence, Wc
heartily wish Professor Berger and
every member of the Band a fort
night's real enjoyment.
In a telegraph oillec: "That
makes nine words, iiindnmc."
"Tren I can send another?" "Cer
tainly." "Well kindly writo 'im
portant' on the envelope." French
On a first glimpse of the bca:
"Astonishing! Who would have
thought thero'could bo as much wa
ter as that?" "True; and remem
ber you only bee what's on top."
Tho Waiter's Beady Explanation
'IIow can you give mo such a
dirty napkin as thut?"
don. sir: cot folded
way, sir. Theie, sir,
A TEACHER'S OPINION.
KniTon Urr.M.Tix : Living on one
of tho other Islands, it was only this
week that I read the speech con
cerning school teachers, which Min
ister Dare made before the Legisla
ture. Had 1 lived in Honolulu, my
answer would have appeared sooner.
It Is quite evident that Mr. Dnic
knousvury little about the system
of education on these Islands, and
that lie is entiiely unacquainted with
the work of our schools. Anyone
who lias over taken enough interest
in the schools, to visit them, could
not have spoken as lightly of the
teachers' labors as Mr. Dare did.
I know I but give voice to tho
opinion of every teacher in Hawaii
iicl, when I say that 1 'would like to
have Mr. Dare undertake a teacher's
duties for only one week. I will
take my class, us an example.
There arc DO children llawaiians,
Portuguese, South Sea Islanders
and Japanese. (Some teachers have
even more nationalities represented).
These children understand but a
very few words of English, and the
teacher, besides laboring under the
disadvantage of teaching a language
unknown to his pupils, must also
leach them obedience, love of truth,
honesty, order, discipline and appli
cation to woik. Nor is this all.
Cleanliness, of which the majority
have no idea, must lie inculcated,
and the children must be sent out
and taught to wash their hands and
faces, or must be sent homo to have
their hair cut off and their heads
cleaned. Not only do we teach
them to read, we must also teach
them to think, to frame the simplest
sentence, and the same words must
be repeated again and again, until
the familiarity of the sound, accom
panied by gestuies, and the com
prehension of one or two words, will
make them grasp the idea.
Home influence, which in other
countries is such a powerful motor
towards instilling ambition, the love
of school, and respect towards
teachers, into the children's minds.
Not only is this wanting among our
pupils, but even the smallest ones
(chiefly among the Portuguese), arc
made to think that the time is
wasted, which is devoted to learn
ing, and that manual labor, for
which there is some pecuniary re
turn, would be far better for the
Teachers in the States can have
GO and 70, or even 80 children, in
their care, and their work is much
lighter than ours, even if their daily
session is one hour longer, for their
classes are graded. Here, that is
utterly impossible, and each teacher
has two or three classes, and some
Now that Mr. Dare understands
the teacher's woik, I think he will
agree with the Board of Education
that 30 or 40 children are suilicicnt
for one teacher, and that our hours
are long enough. His Excellency
Mr. Gibson knows under what difli
culties we labor, and he stated
them first, in his report of the
Board of Education, and then again
last week before the Assembly. We
all feel grateful to him for the
public appreciation of our work.
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for
your valuable space I have occu
pied. I am.
THAT OLD ADAGE.
"No fool like an old fool."
EntTOit Bui.ixtix: Really some
of our Government officials are too
smart to live, as the following facts
The bark Fisinoro recently ar
rived from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
with a cargo of coals for the Gov
ernment with the usual "Port Certi
ficate," which is always accepted
here by merchants, but our official
knowing how "it was himself,"
thought of course there was a
Darkey in the fence, and wouldn't
accept the certificate from the New
South Wales Government but would
have the cargo weighed. This of
course the captain of the ship was
but too glad to do. It was weighed,
and instead of the Government pay
ing for one thousand tons as pcr
certificate, they had to pay for
sixt3'-one 810-2410 tons more than
they would hail, they had the sense
to take tho "Pott Certificate" as
the merchants invariably do. This
gave to show that one-third of
scventy-iivc is twenty-five per cent.
THE LATE ISRAEL FISHER.
An inquest was held on Saturday
last by Coroner David Dayton into
the death of the late Israel Fisher.
The following were the jury: Henry
.7. Hart, C. Vilnius, Geo. Engel
hnrdt, Henry F. Devoll, John Ma
goon and James Welsh. Tho fol
lowing verdiot was rendered :
"That Jbrael Fisher camo to his
deatli the Mjh day of October,
1880, by taking some unknown
poison from some sourco obtained
unknown to us outside of the dis
pensary of the Branch Hospital, as
oxtia precaution had been taken by
the Sisters and medical attendant to
guard against any such casualty."
Tho deceased liad made it known
that ho would commit suicide tho
first opportunity he had. Ho also
promised to leave an explanation of
his conduct. Tho following is tho
substance of a document found
amongst his papers:
"BltANCH HOSI'ITAI., )
"September, 1, 1880.
"In older that there may bo no
misapprehension in regard to tho
cour&c I 1myo .taken, 1 will explain.
In October, 188o, W. M. Gibson, !
President of Board of Health, came
to my house with the kind tidings
that' he would put me, I. Fisher,
under Dr. M. Goto's treatment for
tho leprosy, for which I thanked
him kindly and promised to adhcro
strictly to tho doctor's directions. 1
at that time weighed about 130 lbs.
I now at this writing Sept. 1, 188G,
weigh IGOllis., have made splendid
pi ogress in these ten months and
upwards, under the doctor's treat
ment. Thrpugh some slight mis
understanding between us, tin ouch
a small singical operation performed
on mo preparatory to my discharge
from this Leper Hospital, it appears
that ho took offense at some re
turn ks 1 hud made "in regard to put
ting me in pretty good shape for
my departure, as lie, tho doctor,
deserved for what he had done for
me and others. As I had often re
mniked to Dr. Goto, that as for 1113
life I did not consider it worth living
for, after having been discharged
from a leprosy hospital. People
natuially would shun me through
fear that I merely went through this
ordeal for him, as he deserved great
credit. For what lie had done for
me and others here, he certainly has
done wonders at this Branch Hos
pital. Tilings arc quite the reverse
from what a writer in Tuesday's
Gazette represents things here. If
it would not be too much trouble for
the writer to call in here and judge
for himseli. It appears that Dr.
Goto had made the remark about
myself, that persons that spoke
about such things, as it being im
material whether they lived or not,
was all bosh. 1 merely wish to
show the doctor that what I'havc
said to liini at any time was truth,
which I pride myself in.
"I remarked to the doctor about
eight or nine days ago, the last
time I spoke to him until to-day,
that if he did not finish the opera
tion that he commenced upon me,
that 1 would not leave the hospital
and go befoic the world, and that I
wished lie would finish the opera
tion. Upon the foregoing conversa
tion the doctor did not come near
me for eight or nine days. Hence I
wish to bring my word true.
"In acknowledgment of ray kind
treatment here, I must say that the
Sisters and W. M. Gibson have
been very kind to me here.
"To whom it may concern, most
The foregoing letter was contained
in an envelope, superscribed as
follows: "Explanation To whom
it may concern As near as I can
remember I. F."
The eleventh birthday anniver
sary of Her Royal Highness, the
Princess Victoria Ivawckiu Kaiu
lani Lunalilo Kalaninuialiilapalapa,
daughter of II. R. II. Princess Like
like and Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, was
celebrated on Saturday, 10th inst.,
in true Royal Hawaiian stylo, at the
family residence at Waikiki. The
elements of nature favored the occa
sion, as the nourinc rain that
drenched the city a little after mid
day reached Waikiki only in a gentle
spiinkling, just sufficient to lay the
dust and give a ncli refreshing cool
ness to the atmosphere.
It was a source of exquisite pleas
ure to many of the guests who have
passed through the grinding tedium
of the Legislative session to be let
loose at midday, and immediately
after to fly off to the paradisaical
lclreat of royalty at Waikiki and
enjoy the unbounded hospitalities of
Noble Clegliorn's residence. A
hearty welcome awaited all the
guests from Noble Cleghorn and
Princess Likelike. All were diiccted
to make themselves at home. The
youthful Princess, in 0110 of the
apaitiuents of the line mansion,
guarded right and left by the ka
hilis, the emblems of her rank, re
ceived the congratulations and good
wishes of a throng of visitors, who
entered and retired in one continu
ous stream for 'nearly two hours.
His Majesty the King, attended by
his Chamberlain, arrived a little
after 2 o'clock. There wero also
present, Their Royal Highnesses
Liliuokalani andPoomaikelani, Gen
eral Dominis, Chancellor .Tudd and
Mrs. Judd, Members of the Cabinet,
Foreign Representatives, Justice
McCuily and Mrs. M. McCully, the
President and Members of tho House
of Nobles and Representatives,
Hishop "Willis and Mrs. "Willis, Hon.
Paul Neumann and Mrs. Neumann,
Mr. and Mrs. Creighton, Mr. and
Mrs. Dare, Olilcors of the Military
and Members of the Consular Corps.
A magnificent spread was laid out
on three long tables, with another
table extending across the upper
end. At the head of the feast, sat
Ills Majesty tho King, "over whom
was disposed tho Royal Arras, dis
posed -on a back-ground of ferns.
Some two hundred guests sat
down to tho tallies Hawaiian fashion.
The tables were literally loaded with
national dishes, cooked in the ancient
Hawaiian style of the culinary art
which really excels all modern inno
vations. A largo side table was loaded with
foreign food for the benefit of the
guests not initiated in the ways of
Hawaiian tables. The provisipn
for the diotary entertainment of the
guests, Hawaiian and foreign, wero
on a grand Bcale, both as to quality
After tho hum, His Majesty the
King, rising, proposed tho health of
Her Royal Highness tho Princess
ICaiulani, in a neat speech, responded
to, at His Majesty's request, by
Hon. S. G. Wider.
Tho Hon. S. G. Wilder then
posed the health of II. R. II
tho Princess Llkclikc, which was re
sponded to by the Hon. A. S. Cleg;
In an adjoining room, was spread
out a fine variety of handsome pres
ents, besides tho presents in coin,
which were in the keeping of Miss
Brickwood, treasurer for the occa
sion. The presents and donors were:
A largo mat of Niihau grass, from
aged native women, retainers of the
late Mrs. Bishop ; a beautiful jewel
casket, of silver, shaped like a
piano, Agnes Creighton; a fine large
silver jewel casket, gondola shape,
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Levey; a ring,
set with diamonds, Walter and Liz
zie Ilayseldcn; gold bangle, Dr.
Trousseau ; gold bangle, Paul and
Ned Neumann ; a handsome kukui
brooch, Major Bcndel ; a large ele
gantly bound volume of Whittier's
poems, illustrated, J. M. Monsnrrat;
tvo dress patterns and crape, Mrs.
Nakayama ; embroidered frame and
paper cutter, Airs, laro Atulo; a
painting by the donor, of a scene on
the demesne, by Mr. .!. D. Strong ;
painting by the donor, of the fine
banyan tree on the piemiscs, C. R.
Bamfleld; violin, Major Boyd: hair
lariat, Major Lunialieihci ; a horse
bridle of elaborate workmanship,
Captain Tripp; lace handkerchief,
Liliu Carter; aloha brooch, Mrs.
Herbert; cold breast pin, guitar
shape, Mr. Iloldsworth ; art needle
work nnnuKcrciucis, iurs. McAllis
ter ; six beautifully gilt and illumi
nated birthday cards, no name; a
fine illustrated volume, "The Storv
of Ruth," J. S. Webb; an elegant
volume, "The Parables of Our
Lord," illustrated, Bishop and Mrs.
Willis; a handsome illustrated vo
lume, "The Little People of the
Snow;" S. W. Ilcydlmann; SI each
from the members of the Liliuoka
lani Educational Society ; gold coins
from members of lhs Majesty's
Cabinet; a postal savings bank pass
for 8,')0, II. R. II. the Princess Poo
maikelani ; gold coin to the amount
of 50, His Majesty the King; an
elegant heavy silver water set, name
of donor not ascertained ; kahilis of
various sizes from sundry persons;
two kahilis, made by the donor of
peacock feathers, II. R. II. the
Princess Likelike ; two large Kahilis
of kala feathers, twelve loot staffs
of Kauwila wood, His Majesty the
King; Allium of ferns, L. M. Mather,
together with Mr. Mather's con
gratulations, conveyed in an original
poem, neatly engrossed on an illu
minated and gilt card in neat anti
que letters. The poem reads :
TO IIKIt llOl'AI. HIGIIMISS I'RlNCKSS
Dear little Pi inees, joy to thee tin day
That adds another tear to thv vomit:
Now bursting freh a tender bud in
To bloom, wo prav, a stranger unto
All that i sweet in life- springtime be
J.oe not au hour of youthful day too
Their happy memories will in future
And biingto seiious age a brighter hue.
Tims may thy course of lifegogeutly on,
As each new year its beauties shall dis
close, And when the blu-h of summertime lias
Remaining years be full of sweet icpoc.
L. Moxtgomi:kv Matiih.k.
The Royal Hawaiian Band, sta
tioned under the banyan tree, in
front of the house, played appro
priate national airs, from time to
time, throughout the afternoon.
Altogether, the occasion will be
one of the happiest memories of all
who had the pleasure of participat
ing in it, and all took their leave
with earnest wishes that the youth
ful Princess may live to see many
returns.of the day.
A BLOODY AFFAIR.
Spokane Falls, Sept. 12, News
was received here late last evening
of a terrible tragedy which occurred
on the Grand Coulee, ten miles
north of here, last Tuesday evening.
It- appears that a man named Paine
committed murder in Missouri
several years ago and was sentenced
to be hanged. He made his escape
and came to 'Washington Territory
and settled in the Okanngan coun
try, His whereabouts became
known and a requisition was sent on
here for his apprehension. The
warrant was placed in the hands of
J. Hubbard, an olliccr of this place,
and in company with V. Aiken, lie
left here last Sunday morning to
make the arrest. When they arriv
ed in Okanngan City thoy were in
formed of the desperate character
of Paine, but catching him unawares
they succeeded in making the arrest
without trouble. The prisoner was
then nndciffed and put on a buck
board, and tho party started for
They had proceeded about forty
miles on their way when they wero
overtaken by Paine's bon, a young
man about twenty-llvo years of ago.
He rode up to within a short distance
of the party and without a word be
ing exchanged dismounted and com
menced shooting at tho olllcers with
a Winchester rifle. The third shot
struck his own father, wlio fell out
pf the. biickhoard and instantly ex
pired, The pfllcers returned tho
lire wit)) their revolvers at flrst, but
tho ratigo being so long Hubbard
called to Aiken to pass him a Win
chester riflo and go to the horses'
heads, which ho did. Hubbard fired
about three shots when a bullet from
Paine's rillp struck him in the chin
and he fell,
Aiken thinking Hubbard was kill
ed, jumped into the backboard and
whipped up the horses. He had only
proceeded a short distance when one
of the horses dropped dead from the
effects of a bullet. Ilo then mount
ed the other horse and went about
three miles further, when it gave out,
being wounded in tho leg. Aiken
then walked about ton miles to a
farmhouse. Eaily next morning a
party went back to tho scene of the
tragedy and found the dead bodies
of llubbaul and Paine. Hubbard
had got up, walked about 200 feet
from where he fell when Aiken left,
and it is supposed that young Paine
had come up to him and shot him in
flic back, as ho was shot through the
body. Tho olllcers at Oknnngan
weie notified and an inquest held.
There is little hope that young Paine
will be captured. S. F. Bulletin.
THE DANCERS OF STOCK RAISING.
Reports froni the great cattle
ranges indicate that the business is
less profitable than formerly. There
is talk of over-fed pastures and the
necessity of thinning out herds and
seeking fresh fields. The Xorth
western JAce Stock Journal finds
mismanagement a more fruitful
source of failure than any natural
conditions. There was no complaint
about want of pi out until the busi
ness went largely into tho hands of
great conipar'es. Ulster the foiiner
system of management the owners
of herds were practical stock men,
lived on the range, looked after
their interests and made money.
The great companies often delegate
the control of affairs to inexperienc
ed superintendents, who are victi
mized by sharp dealeis. They buy
herds by book-account instead of hy
nctual count, and are often largely
over-reached. In one notable in
stance the same herd was sold twice
to the agent of an English company
on opposite sides of a range. The
initial blunder in the size of a herd
1 mis through all subsequent calcula
tions of increase and expenses. The
company is anticipating profits 011
cattle which do not exist, for them,
at least, and making expenditures
on the same scale. When the herd
is marketed there is a sliiinkagc in
values, and the business gets a bad
name. There is no doubt that
cattle-raising is profitable when well
managed, but, like any other busi
ness, it needs the eye of the master
to make it so. If Biitish noblemen
who are seeking to ingraft absentee
landlordism on American institutions
and found great landed estates in
the Western Territories, come to
grief in their speculations there will
be no occasion for many teais. The
stockmen who live in the ranges and
look after their own affairs will be
likely to prosper, whatever happens
to their absentee competitors. S.
T.1E ANNUL MEETING of the
Slocklioldcis of the Peitlc Sugar
Mill will lie held on TUVHSDAY, Oc'
lobcr 21, iSfi, at 10 o'clock a. in., at the
office of F. A. Sjhaefer fc Co Per order.
II. ItENJES, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Oct. 9, 1850 GO 2t
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the
Stockholders of tlieH onakaa Sugar
Company will be held on WEDNES
DAY, October 20, 18S0, at the office of P.
A. Sclincfer & Co. Per nuler.
II. KENJES, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Oct. 9, 18S0. CO 8t
IOIt THE PUPPLY OP MEAT TO
the Quern's llospiird, in quantities
t. suit the diily rcuiriinentH of' the
IloMiital; the contract to be foronovear.
commencing the Ht day of November,
Healed tenders will be received at the
ofllco of the undeisigned, nnd bo opened
on SATURDAY, tho 23rd instant, at
noon. For particular apply 10
F. A. SOU AE PEP., Sec'v.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 188(1 CO 5t
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM,
the Kingdom, Mil, J. H. Fisheh,
of Hisliop & Co,'n Hank, will net for ino
under full Power.of.Altorney. Ma, II,
Aiimitaqe will conduct my office busi.
ness and at end to all buulries entiUbted
10 his care. J. IS. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, '.8 Merchant
Street, 00 lw
1 COVERED BUGGY, in perfect
ju uiuur; wen luiiipicii iur rounirv
UBOj nnd fitted with (shafts', pole and
1 Set Second hand Double Harness).
1 " " " Single "
'I ho well-known Carriago Hoisa
1 ThoHuighhml Pedigreed Mik-h Cow
Jcrooy-Duihnm to rnlvo in Novem.
her. Apply to GEO. II. LUCE.
A COOL FACT !
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY
Evcnlnj.', nt half-past six o'clock,
a wagon will leave Ulellcr'M Ice
Orcuiti EHtablinluiH'iit every
evening, nnd 1:0 thoroiiudb of the rounds
of tho city, selling and delivering Mel
ler's Choice lco Cream, miido from Pure
Dairy Crcnni. The Oienm will ho
packed, handled and delivered in n ueat
and tasty matinpr. Look out and slop
the Wagon. Utiy bfino Ico Cream, anil
by so doing, bo happy for once.
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu,
Collector & Real EstatelAgent,
RUIh ami Iteiitu Collected,
Itoul Ktitate UoiiElit and Hold,
All matters eutrustcd to mo will receire
prompt attention, and returns
ELITE ICE CREAM pM'QRS
Has constantly on hand Fino Haml-mide Ico Cream nintiuf-ictiircd fifin PWItE
A1KY UftHAMU nlo Ice nnd 8' erbetR. Wo keep consinit'y minimi a
line tutortmuiit of Pastry. We mnko Irish tvety day, tho folic w ug;
Ladies' Fingors, Maranguo Croams, Maccaroons, Spongo Cakes, Pound Cakes, Jelly Rolls,
Fruit Cakos, Citron Cakes, and a largo variety of other Small Cakos. .
WEBDIHG CAKES A SPECIALTY.
Spiciul oidcn lor any ki d of Cakes
Open from H n.
A Splendid Location. Easy Torms.
Desirable Property on Fort St.,
Saturday, October 23rd,
At 12 noon, at my inlcsroom,
1 urn instiueteil by Mil. M. J.OUIS
SON in soil lit Public Auc Ion, the well
known property, (cllliei in 0110 lot or
divided into thfi 0) situated on Port nr.d
School streets. This Is 0110 of tho most
Healthy & Centrally Located
Lots for a Residence
of iinv in the t iiy of Honolulu. The
above i-nlo olVeis a good opportunity lor
the puimnnunt iuxcstmeiu of capital.
There is n small totlnge on the. pro erty
newly built anil in good order.
Title pet fret. Deeds nt espouse of
putclinsci. Terms easy, and made
Unnwn at time of sale.
Plan of the property can be seen at
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
5!) (It Auctioneer.
Annual Meeting of tho
"Waihee Sugar Co.
O TOOK HOLDERS
of the Waihee
O S gir
Kir uompany will lane nonce
llml Oi Annual Meeting of the Company
wi 1 b held ni the olTlce of Me s s.
Irw in & f'o.. on MONDAY, November
8th. at 10 o'clock, a. m.
.1. O. CARTER,
Sec'y Waihee Siii;iir Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, I8S6. 59 It
CHONG TAI, (Ch.) of Hilo, Hawaii,
having mndo an assignment of all
his property, etc., to the undersigned for
the benefit of his ci editors, notice is
hereby given to nil persons to present
their claims against the f-aid Cliong Tni
(Ch.), within one month from dale to
tlie undersigned al hi ofllcc in Hilo,
and nil persons imlibtid to the snid
Cliong Tni (CIO, me hereby requested
to make immediate payment to tho un
deisigned. S. L. AUSTIN,
Assignee of Cliong Tai.
Hilo, Oct. 8, 1880. 54 2w
Silk Plug Hats
Wcr e Shirts. White Kid Gloves.
White Lawn and Satin
TIES & SCARFS
Campbell's Block, Qornor Fort and
C8 Moli'im StiettH.
ON THURSDAY, a Bunch of Keys.
The finder will bo s-uitably re
warded by leaving Mime al the office of
5fl tf King Street.
MISS TUCK lieing no longer cm
ployid at Airs. Lack's Ait Rooms,
Mrs. Nichol will assume charge and at.
tend to a 1 ordcis for Slumping and Em
bioidery. Embroidery Lessons at a re
duced rate for the Holiday Season.
Mate) inlb for fancy work on hand ; full
shadings in Silks, Arrasciies, Chenilles,
Thanking our customers fojr post pa
tronuge we ask for a contl nance of the
same. Orders from tho other Islands
promptly attended to. 48 tf
MAX ECKART has removed
hlsJcwelrv Manufuctoiv to Port
Street, just above the Shooting Gallery,
where lie will carry on his regular busi
ness. 48 lm
New Photograph Rooms.
,VER Nichol's, tore, Fort street,
next ihe Shooting Gallery, Tic
lures, Portraits iinil views. Fiist-cluss
woik. Satisfucvlon guaranteed.
20 ly .1. A.. GONSALVES.
COTTAGE TO LET,
FURNHHBD OH UNFURNISHED.
A Cotliif-j on Lunalilo and Fiikoi
Siteits, iuiiu&hed complete for House,
kcqilng. Use ol horse and carriago;
large garden. Apply to
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : ; Honolulu.
Cui'iicnter and Itulldcr. llagguge and
Drnying nnd steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a first-class
workman at 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lined attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
the nniouiit and quality of work.
Ofllco Telephone, 202. Residence, 1G2.
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to communl.
cato with tho Poituyuese, either
ior business, or for procuring workmen,
Bcrvniils or any other helps, will find It
tho most profitable way to advertise in
the Luso Ilaivaiiatio, tho new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lUhcd on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
lug, (.Post-Oillco Letter Box E.), and
only charges icaBouablo rates for advertisements.
piomptly filled. Freshen dies by
in. to 11 p. in.
TO .AJR.Rjnr.H! !
Ex Bktne W. H. Dimoml, consisting
of 11 line lot nt
New Slylcc, Several Sets of New
Harness, and Lot of Whips.
Auctioneer unit Commission Muchuut.
Good Dry- Manila Cigars,
Cigarettes of Every Description,
Every kind of Smoking Material, any
quantity, and tho best quality, at
F. Hilder's Central Cigar Stand.
E. J. SELLER,
Begs to Inform his numerous customers
t)int he is now making tho
same quality of
As was first made by the old J'nn
of Meller & Hal be.
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Kim? Street. Mutual Telephone 287.
126 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared ar.
short notic to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A contideinble
3R, El 3 XT O 'S? I O IV
has been made
from tho scale
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
with a trial. COt
Haw'nCnrriagoMpnf'gCn., ffi HO 100
E. O. Hall & Son, (utw issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, 33 10
C. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, DO 100
Walluku Sugar Co., 97 100
Waimanalo, 155 100
Star Mill. 4v!G 500
Reciprocity Sugai Co., P0 10C
Ice Company, 87 I00
Inter.Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Broke
38 Merchant Street 151 ly
New York Line !
MESSRS. W. II. CROSSMAN & URO.
will have au Al vessel loading in
this Line to leavo in all Nf'Vembir.
The greater part of ordtrs sent foiwaid
by Mail of October 23rd, will probably
be in season.
45 UASTLU & COOKE, AgenU.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received 11 few more
-a Contractor ,
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,.
Brackets, "Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Bandi
Sawing, All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Oiders promptly att'.ndcd to and woik
guaranteed. Ordeia from tho other lt
mi.tfk , U&i' t'
. w"l Jiiji. .
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