Newspaper Page Text
It g.nili) Uthh
TIIUUSDAY, NOV. 11. 1880.
Hktno Mnry Whikclninn Irwin Ssiii
Sehr Murv KoMcr Irom Ivnuiil
Schr Canute Ironi Hanaloi
Btmr Surprise from Ktiiut
Brit ball: V, .I.Spcnce from Hougkoiii:
Stmr I.eliiui from tlatnnktm
Sehr ICnwnllaiil for Koolau
Jlk Goloiim for llomrkoiu;
Ilgtno V C Irwin for fcjnu Frntiel-eo
From Portland, Oregon, en route for
llniurkoui:, per bsiik Colonist, November
11 Mrs K 11 Kuapp and ci-rvant. and
MO Chinese. .
For San FriincUco, per bgtuo G
Trwlu, November 11 5tls X Trcgloan,
Master Horauo Trcgloan, Frank Eokiey,
"WTorilns, Mis dipt Thompson, A do
.Urettiivlle and X GciuiMikl.
Die bark Culonia lias :iao np.ir and
:t.-.O.uOO feel of lumber for Hongkong.
The steamer Surprise will ail on
.S.itunlav next taking two boilers that
rami' by the Miuy Yviiikolmnn this after,
noon for l'ala l'luntation.
The schooner Lenhl W on the Muilnc
Hallway being -striped, caulked and re
coppered. The bgtne W 0 Irwin willed tliK noon
for San Francisco, with '2,030 bags of
riee, ill!.") bunches of bananas 100 bbls
of mol.ie. and 25 bills of sugar cane.
VESSELS IN POKT.
IWiu' AV G Irwin, McCullocli
Bktne G 0 Perkins, Ackcrinaii
Gerbaik r.iclllc, Oltinan
Urltbk Iron Crag, .lones
Bktnc Discovery, Lee
JJk C O Whit more. Thompson
Itgtne .1 I) Spicckels, Friis
Haw S S Zenlanrthi. It van Otciendorf,
from San FraucNco, due Xov 17.
Haw selir Geneial Seigel, from I lencb
1'iigato Shoals, duo Nov 20-110.
llrit barn 1M Spenee. from Hongkong,
lue October 18-2.-1.
Or bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
AmbktueMaiv "Winkolman, Charles
35ackn, from sjnu Francisco, due Xov
German baik Hercules, Scbaefer,
sailed from Liverpool, October 0th, due
February 20 2S.
Am bktnc Amelia, A m ewhall, from
from Port Townsend, AV T, due Xovcm-
licr 18-2C , , n ,
Am bgtnc Consuclo, 10 B Cousins,
from San Francisco, due Xoveinber
Am bark Foro-t Queen, J C! 31 AVincl
ing. from San Fnmei-eo. due November
Haw briir Ilazaul, AV G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Ililo, Ha
waii. Xoveinber 21 -CO.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Fanning" Iland, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, ,1 B Holland,
from Manihiki, via Fanning's Island,
due December 15-31.
Am bark Edward Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, en loute to Hongkong,
due Xoveinber 12-10.
American bail; Saranae, fiom iow
York. Failed July 13th, due here Xov. 18
UO. to Castle A: Cooke.
Brit bark AV 11 Watson, fiom Liver
pool, sailed June 0th, due lieie Octobei
2(ith-Xov 1st, to Scbaefer & Co.
Am hk Maltha Davis, F 31 Benson,
jailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
llrit bark Glengaber, JtolleMon, from
Liverpool, due lieie, Jan lu-'.U, to
Davleb & Co.
Biit bark Maitha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept 0, due lere Jan 15-30.
lo Scbaefer & Co.
Brit bark Lady Lampon, Marston,
Irom the Colonies, due here in Feb, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, from
Poit Blakely, due here Dec 15th, to
Castle & Cooke,
LOCAL & clfiERAL NEWS.
Tun regular meeting of the Hono
lulu Commandery will be at 7:150
o'clock this evening.
Tun rice crop on this island is
neiuly all gathered, and ploughing
for tho next ciop lins commenced.
Tin: thiul game in tho billiard
tournament begins at 8 o'clock to
night, at the Hawaiian Hotel. Morris
and McClcery aie tho phi vein.
Tun scuts in tho Music Hall for tho
Ministrel show to-moirow night, weio
all taken by noon to-day, except a
half dozen or k in front.
Mn. J. A. Goimilves will photo
graph the Hoyal School premises,
with Jeacheis and scholars, at 12
o'clock noon to-morrow.
Bomb Honolulu peoplo held a luau
ut Punaluu, Koolau, last Saturday.
Two bullocks and several pigs were
Hlaugbtered. Liquid hpirits flowed
To-MOKitow is tho day for Mr.
Lewis .T. Levey's regular cash sale.
Ton o'clock is the time to begin, and
tho piiucipal ai tides to bo sold aie
specified on posters.
Tin: weather at Koolau isrepoited
to have been extremely wet nnd
Windy for several (lays past, blowing
Htrongly from N.N.E., with n heavy
swell all along tho coast.
Mil. B. W. Laino has removed his
olllco to the Chaytor building, on the
first floor, where bo will attend
pioiuptly to till orders for hay, grain,
nnd other desciiptions of feed.
Tin: box plan of the 3lusic Hull for
Sutuiday night's eiitejtainmuiit, will
ho opou'to-moirow, tit 1) o'clock, a. m.
at Wiseman's. Bo caily.or you will
Maud a poor chance of getting u ic
TuosuOicgon vegetables and fruits
which have boon on exhibition at
. Messrs. Lewis it Co.'s giocery stoio
for the past two days, have attracted
n'ousiderablo notice. They are cei
tainly very lino specimens of Oregon
Mrts. Hyde has received fiom Dos
ton some articles of fancy woik to be
old for the benefit of the "Helping
llniitl" .Society. ThehO will he on
exhibition and mile at her lesidence,
122 Ik'ietania street, ne.t Hatunlny,
at. 3:30 )). in.
TliK regular monthly social of the.
Uethel Union Congiegation will ho
held al the Lyceum, this evening,
commencing at 7:110 o'eloel:. All
menthol s of the Congregation are ex
pected to attend, and u cordial wel
come will he extended to Htiniigeisj.
Mil. It. ii. Tiegluan is engaged in
lilling an older for sixteen tliosa
eoatH for the waiteis ul the birthday
festivities. The coats an uiiiuned
with gold lace, and are the best
liuilerial and 'most uppioicil pattern,
and similar in stylo and llnisli to the
European Court liveries.
The thirtcentli song and music of
the "Mcle Hawaii" series, by Pro
fessor II. Merger, has come out of
the lithographer's hands, and is now
on sale at J. II. Sopor's. "Aia
Iliki Mai," is the name of this num
ber. The edition is limited, and
those who arc lardy in application
may bo too late to procure a copy.
A NOVEL CALABASH.
Mr. AV. K. Ilcrrick is engaged
on the manufacture of a very line
calabash, put together in sections
composed of plates of tortoise shell.
The pieces arc fastened with gold
livets. The calabash is not yet
complete, but so far, it contains
some seventy rivets. When finished,
it will have a cover of the same ma
terial, and be surmounted by a
gold crown. It is intended for a
birthday present, on the lGth, by
the gentleman ordering it.
Master Horace Trcgloan, son of
Mr. II. S. Trcgloan, goes to the
Coast, by the AV. G? Irwin to-day,
by the advice of his physicians, his
recovery from the effects of the
accident of sonic time ago having
proved rather tardy. The numerous
friends of Mr. Trcgloan earnestly
hope that the change of air and
place may prove effective in bring
ing about the convalescence of the
FULL MOON CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
play at Emma .Square this
ins commencing at 7:30.
The following is the programme:
March Boynl Iteview Coleman
Ovcrtuie Italian in Alglcr Hosslni
Duet Troubadour Verdi
Selection Faust Gounod
Medley- A'e Olden Times. .
Two elephant tusks, several feet
loiig, weighing about o0 pounds
each, and costing $;80 have been
trimmed and polished by Mr. Ilcr
rick, and are now being mounted on
a stand by Mr. (.'. E. Williams. The
stand designed by Mr. 31. T. Don
nell will be made of koa and kou
woods. The tusks after Jieing
decorated with silver bands, will be
set in the stand, with the small ends
pointing in opposite directions, and
with a silver plate between. This
beautiful ornament is being made
for a prominent Government oillcial,
and will be presented to His Majesty
on the lGth hist.
AT THE LYCEUM.
At the Lyceum services last even
ing, a paper was read by Mr. B. V.
Dillingham, consisting mostly of ex
tracts from letters from Messrs.
Richards and Ouslcy respectively,
of the Mongivo and Kambini sta
tions, East Central African Mission.
Mrs. Wulilleld read a paper on the
Zulu 3Iission, and Miss Lottie Par
melee, another on the Mission in
AVest Central Africa.
A letter was received from the
Georgo AV. DeLong Tost, G. A. II. ,
stating that contributions are being
taken by members of the G. A. K.
and their friends, for the relief of
the sufferers by the Charleston
earthquake, and requesting the co
operation of members of the Bethel
Congregation. On motion, it was
agreed that a collection ho taken in
aid of the fund on Sunday week,
A certain sea captain, of uncom
mon dimensions, fell overboard yes
terday. Tho captain and several of
tho Custom House boys were sky
larking on the P. M. S. H. Co.''s
wharf, when the captain lost his
balance, and fell into the bay. He
grabbed a Custom House ofllccr,
and would have pulled him into the
water, had not his vest ripped up
tho back. Tho captain being an
enormous man, lie made a big hole
in the water. He could not swim,
neither could ho sink. He floated
ha ludicrous way
oin IJotire olllccr
on the water in sue
that another Custom
nearly fell overboard with laughter.
By tlie time the captain had absorbed
sufllcicnt salt to preserve him, tho
chief olllccr of the Discovery, came
and pull him into a small boat.
A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION,
Miss Lucas, daughter of Mr. Geo,
Lucas, had a biithday yesterday,
and celebrated the occasion by a
party i tho evening, at her home,
her 'father's house, ou Kukul lane.
In fact, it was n dual celebration,
for another member of the family
John was horn on (lie same day,
in the same year. Informal invita
tions wcie issued to a long list of
friends, and judging fiom the size
of the gathering, they were as freely
accepted as given. A clear sky, a
bright moon, and a cool atmosphere
were auxiliaries to enjoyment. A
band of string and brass institimoiils
furnished 'oft and agreeable niuic
for dancing, and there was no lack
of dancers to supply the accompani
ment. lJefrcshmcnls of almost
every description and of a quality
that' cannot be excelled, were abun
dant throughout the evening. An
absence of formal stiffness, and the
presence of social pleasantry, char
acterized the company and the occa
sion. The twin sister and brother
received showers of congratulations
and good wishes, and the retiring
guests entertained a secret hope to
be theic again next year.
The King's Own companies A
and IJ arc to assemble at their ar
mory to morrow evening at 7 o'clock
in undress uniform.
On Tuesday next the lGth the
King's Own will go on guard duly
at the Palace, at (i o'clock a. m. ;
tho Prince's 'Own al 10 A. m., and
the Manialahoa at 2 v. it. The
Queen's Own will man the battery
that day, firing three salutes: one
in the morning, one at noon, and
one in the evening.
By order of Licutcnant-Gcneral
,1. O. Dominis the competitive drill
of all the volunteer military forces
will take place at Makiki grounds,
on Saturday November 27th. The
several companies are to assemble
at the barracks on that day at 2 v.
m. and under command of Major J.
T. Baker, they will be marched out
to the grounds, where the compa
nies will bo handed over to their
respective captains. The drill will
he "Upton's School of a Company,"
with the exception of slope arms,
which movement will be used in
stead of "support arms." The
tropli' to he won at the competitive
drill is not yet known.
Tin: Honolulu Killes had a legular
drill at their armory last evening. In
view of the entertainment to-nionow
evening, under tho auspices of the
Honolulu Boat Club, the diill for
the night is ordeied oil". Next week,
.Monday and Thursday nights aic
ordered for legulai diills, and AVcd
nesday (assembly at armory at 1 p.
m.) for annual target practice at the
range of the Hawaiian Bide Associa
tion. OUR HANSARD.
Our reports of the legislative pro
ceedings of the session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 7-14 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports aic im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. The book is on sale
at Mr. Sopcr's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulmitin Olllce. The price
MRS. NEGUS AGAIN.
Di;au Bui.lv.tik: It seems that
my advice to those who arc dissatis
fied with the present administration
of public affairs viz. : that they
should qualify themselves to ex
press by their votes their wish for a
change has excited the derision
of a correspondent, "X" declaring
my remedy "impossible." AVhy so?
The Act passed in 1882 recites that
"The said Minister" (of tlie Interi
or), "with the approval of the King,
shall have the power in person upon
the application of any alien foreigner
who shall have resided within the
kingdom live years or moie next
preceding such application, stating
his intention to become a permanent
resident of the kingdom, to adminis
ter the oath of allegianco to such
foreigner if satisfied that it will be
for the good of tho kingdom, and
that such foreigner owns without en
cumbrance taxable real estate within
the kingoui, and is not of immoral
character, nor a refugee from the
justice of some other country, nor a
deserting sailor, marine, soldier or
Of course I see tlie weak ( ?) point
in this law. The Minister has the
power to adminisrer the oath of
allegiance "if satisfied that it will
be for the good of the kingdom" in
other words he has a ilhcrttionary
power given him that many think he
should not have.
AVould it not ho a good idea for
"X" to make his application and
find out if it would ho refused, and
if so, oii'whnt grounds? Can "X"
cite an instance where bitch nn appli
cation from an eligible individual
has been refused? If so 1, for one,
would wish to have it brought for
ward in support of the statement
that it is "impossible" for an oien
to become a citizen of the Hawaiian
Since my return 1 have gone
' through the Police lleports for the
1'" two J'oars "ml J llml tlmt, tll,e
number ami noiuness oi rouuones is
increasing, as is the proportion of
white criminals on the islands. This
is bad. As long as it was native or
Asiatic talent alone that devoted
itself to stealing, assaults, etc.,
those affairs were, as u rule, putty
in their character: but now that
there appears to bo tpiito a number
of "profcftbional" evil-doers of white
parentage on tho islands, the feeling
of seeuiity with which we, brief
sojourners here, used to retire at
night, or go shopping or calling
d.iring the day. leaving our doots,
bureaus mid wardiobes unlocked, or
used to stroll about pleasant even
ings willumt a male escort, the sense
of security from theft, or immunity
from personal insult or nnnoyanee
has banished. Its too bad. Few of
the charms of life in Honolulu has
disappeared, and now a "lone loon
woman" doesn't feel any safer here
than she would in any large city
1 don't think the llawniians have
changed any as n people. But the
foteigner has taught tome of them
many bad tricks, amongst which is
that of larrikinistu. To be sure the
Honolulu larrikin is not so fully
developed as he is in tho Colonies
but lie is here, and is making him
self more obnoxious every year.
"Whether lie will ever get the best of
your police, as ho has done else
where, time will show.
Your police 1 consider to be a flue
set of men. I am watching thein
under their new Marshal, and shall
be able ere long to say something
about how their clllcicncy strikes
inc. Mits. Nnirs.
DIVING FOR TEN MILLIONS.
The divers who sailed from this
port on the Hth tilt, for the Dele
ware Breakwater in the tug Startle,
provided with armor for deep-water
diving, to make an effort to locate
the. English sloop-of-war De Braak,
which was sunk off Cape Hcnlopcn
June '28, 17!)8, with a vast amount
of treasure on board, estimated at
S 10,000,000, have sent word to this
city that they brought to the surface
a largo brass cannon, which they
say is, without doubt, from the
sunken craft. This has greatly en
couraged them, and they say they
will surely within a few days, locate
the vessel, which, it is said, lies one
mile and three-quarters northeast of
the pitch of Cape Ilenlopen, three
quarters of a mile from the Delevvare
The specie which was on board
the Uc Blank was taken from three
Spanish galleons captured in the
AVest Indies. When the sloop sank
she carried every one on board down
with her, with the exception of the
pilot, including twenty-five prisoners.
Ten per cent of the wealth saved
from the wreck will be the property
of the Government. Philadelphia
A NEW FRESCO IN THE VATICAN.
Ill the gallery of the Candelabra
in the Vatican, which the Pope has
lately had repaired and renovated,
there is a new fresco by the German
artist, Seitz, which may be regarded
ns the expiession of the veneration
which Leo XIII has for the teaching
of the great schoolman, Thomas
Aquinas. The fresco represents the
angelic doctor presenting his writ
ings to the Church, depicted as a
woman seated on a throne, holding
in one hand the cross, the emblem
of salvation, and hi the other the
olive branch of peace. Near Aquinas
is Aristotle giving his philosophical
works to the great Christian teacher,
whom tlie Pope eight years ago, in
his lanious brief Jljttrni I'atrib
proposed tp Roman'jCotholtc students
as their guide. Around the church
are grouped various allegorical figures
holding emblems of Catholic
CHRISTMAS and New Year Cards,
all nun mid of the very latej-t de
signs, having been carefully bdicted by
our Mr. T. "J. King, who "has ju.l le
luined from iho (JouM. Call early at
King Urrs Art Store. SO
IF YOU wish to obtain real good Ico
Cream in Honolulu, oIhcivu tho fol
Where? At No. 85 Hotel Street, niar
ho? The Ei.iti: Ice Cream Parlors,
II. .1. Hart, proprietor.
How? Uy Telephone Mutual, :H8,
Hell, 18-.'. 7d
Dii. 'lint'h IIkakt Kr.MimY is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis-oai-o
and also for Diseat-es of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive hook
with every bottle, licuson Smith &
Co., Agents. :i.r4
5.00 ONLY is the price charged
lor Two Oall'uia of any llavored
rich and always fresh made Steam Ico
Cream, guaranteed to bo absolutely pure
or no pry at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery and Ice Crenm Booms.
- F. HORN,
Practical Confectioner and Orna.
nicnter, Hotel St., Uet. I'ort & Nuuanu
Ms. Hawaiian ami Hell Teleolioncu,
No. 71. 4!) tf
DELICIOUS Finn Ices nnd
iicth at i li '",i.i n:.
711 T CE CREAM f "' Purest nnd IUch
I eel quality fiom one quart to any
quantity npw.irds mo leliei(d packed
in Ice, "from II o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i' m., free of charge to any purl in Ilono.
lulu and mburbs by the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory unit Jid.eiy.
SINCE I left iho Kusil Never tasted
bettor Cakes! us at tho Ki.itk.
There oii will a'wajv Unci n great varie
ty of 'Fancy, Plum, Fruit, Jelly, Pound
nnd many other kindt. of Cukec Wed.
ding nid Ilridnl Cakes mudu lo order.
T EVERYBODY ' tho Imported
li Candies at Hie J'h.rjT.nro yiiiii-yum,
Go and try bciuuI 7-1
Patiionizk lloino Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufiictuicr, at the Crystal Sothi
Wniks, wheio ho is piopuied to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale pi icon. Island ouleis solicited
and pioiuptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is ic.pectfully invited to
the fact "no liceno is icquired" to
(-oil tlicto (ligaiti. Do not forget the
naipo J. V. Hingley, nor the place
Oiyhtal Soda Winks, Hotel sheet.
ALAKEA& KING STREET
and see Iho
He has for tilo cheup, bcfoie puiohna
71 ing elsewlieio.
Having now passed into Ibc bands
of responsible parties is prepared at
shoit notice to do all Washing In a Su
perior Manner. A com! lerable
I, JE 3D XJ O rJl? O IV
has been nitide from
, Ul J
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
favor the Estill
with a trial.
Crystal Soda Woits
M:u utaciurers of
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soiln, Lemonade, Sarfnparllln
Fruit Hyrups nnd Essences and
made from the pure Apple, all of which
we guaianleo to bo the best.
I" We also invite nnrtics intendim;
btniting stoies for the side of iced
diiuks and wishing tountain Fiipplies,
toLcall on us before going elsewhere.
Tli6 Grystal Soda Works,
P.O. Box S97, Honolulu.
Bell Telephone, : : 298
Mutual " : : : 330
Having Fccuml the Services'ot"
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wejire prepared to execute all
HONOLULU l'l.ANING MILLS.
Fisbplales, Bolts & Spiles.
H. IIACKFELD & Co.
O a, l i e t, in aker
No. H:l 11 otel street,
Opposite lutei national Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackets, Cornice, Curtain Poles, &c.'
uiadu ut Iho lalcn designs
Wolfe dt Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
C7 and (19 Hotel street,
Freeh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer,
P. O. IIox LiO, Hell Telephone No.
.Mutual Tcirpiinno jno. ivi.
The White House,
IS'o. IIS "uiumil HtriMstt
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel ; Terms Pennon,
able; FiiM-clubA Accommodation.
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. HOItN, Practical Confectioner,
Fitbtry Cook und linker.
71 Hotel St. HAW Telephone 74
WENfflpt & CO.'
NO. tl IfOirj? HT11J3J3'X
Constantly on hand a Jarpo asortinciil
of every desciiptlonof .lowolry, Watches,
Gold and HiherPhiled Wine, Ae.
Do not Lose Your Chance !
First Come, First Served I
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - -
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Custom-Mile ClotHi, Gits' FflriisMi Qoofls,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Stylos and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small inolce of tho flnctl linnd.tr.ade,
Obtainable in the.
To be held in honor of the
of His Majesty the'King's Birthday.
Tuesday, November 16th,
Grand Hccuptiou and Honkupu, from
10 to 4 o'clock, and in the evening Fire
Works and Honolulu Fire Dtpirlmcnl
Wednesday, November 17th.
Regatta, from t) o'clock, u. m.
Thursday, November 18th,
from 0 o'clock
from 1 o'clock
Tableaux, from 7 .i'clock
Friday, November 10th.
Gntnd Hall, evening.
Tuesday, November 23rd.'
Saturday, November 27th.
Tuesday, November 30th.
Slate Dlniiir. 68if
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
:81JnyIHI' LOGAN, Proprietor, ly
Entire Stock !
Sold at Cost!
- Opposite Irwin & Co'a
Mer-IsM S. I Co.,
Tlie Be8t Ronte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaver Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The hteanier'piiBfet-along the entira
coast of 'he leeward side of HaWHil, af.
fording touriMH n panorama of charm
ing Rcenery, nnd will Blop at Keulako.
kua Bay, where sufQcieut time Is allow
ed to vlxit the Monument of Captain
TourlttH by ibis route reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day after leating
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage in
smooth witter. At Punaluu there la the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourlnts will be conveyed
by railroad to Puhuln. thence, by stage
coach to Ualf.wHjr Houte, where homes
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
inoludes all expeniu.
Apply to HAIUtY A11M1TADE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or at the olllce of the I. I B.
N. Co., Esplanndo. 870 Cm
Office 42 Merchant St, Honolulu,
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIUIn nnd ItcntH Collected,
Ileal KhIbIc Ilouskt aart Noll,
All matters entrusted to me will receWe
prompt attention, and returns
New Photogruph Rooms.
OVER NlchoV toro, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
lures, Portraits ami views. Firbt-clast'
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J, A, GONBALYES.