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WEDNESDAY. NOW 17. 1880.
Since our hi-jt is-.no, the. vacancy
which has existed in the King's
Cabinet for several weeks., ha1- been
filled. Jlr. A. Komi is now Attorney-General.
This gentleman is
native born, and luw gradually
risen to the position he now occu
pies. He wa3 educated at the
lloval School, on leaving which,
many years ago, he entered the
public service in the Judiciary De
partment. After several years of
honorable service in that depait
ment, lie became attached to the
Here he has aNo had the tiaining
and experience of a comparatively
lengthy apprenticeship. He has
been Deputy Attorney-General for
:i considerable period past. Mr.
Rosa is now head of the depart
ment, and a Minister of the Crown.
Probably no native Hawaiian is so
well tpialilied to fill the position.
"We congratulate Mr. Rosa, on bis
mciited promotion, and entertain
the hope that he will discharge the
duties of the olliec in a manner
ci editable to himself and his coun
try, and satisfactory to the general
tli Firaens' Parade !
Yesterday, His Majesty King
Kalakaua's oOth birthday, was n
public holiday,! and was celebrated
according to the previously prepared
programme, published in all the
local papeis. The programme- was
well arranged and elllciently carried
out. But little, il any, fault can bo
found with the execution of the
plan. Everything passed off
smoothly, pleasantly, and satisfac
torily. The cclelnation actually began on
the evening of the lfith. The ineni
beis of the Nihoa Sooiet' appeared
before the King at. the Palace about
C o'clock, and presented His Ma
jesty with their congratulations and
a very handsome calabash. A little
later," F. P. Hastings, Esq., Charge
d' Affaires of tho United States
Legation, tendered to His, Majesty
the felicitations of the President of
the Great Republic. His Majesty's
Prime Minister also proffered con
gratulations to the King, accompa
nied by a pair of beautifully polished
elephant tusks mounted on an np
propiinto stand. At midnight of
theJoth u Hoynl salute w:w llred
Jrom tho Punchbowl battery, the
summit of Punchbowl vwis ablaze
with bonfires, rockets were sent up
all over the town, church bells and
Hie bells of tho vurious lire companies
rang out a tremendous peal, and for
a half an hour or so the entire city
was alive with noise.
Ycetterday morning opened wilh
fine weather. The sky was over
east, but. no rain fell throughout tiic
day. The street a were comparatively
dry, but free lioiu dust. Although
nun tlneatcncd, it kept off until a
little past dusk, when it fell in
sulllcient quantity to produce mud
in the streets and loinis unpleasant
ness. nil: rout;!;,
Tho first event on thu programme
of the day was the reception by
His Majesty of the Police Force of
the Kingdom. Shortly after C a. si.,
tho Force, headedjby the Marshal
and Deputy Marshal marched to tho
Palace, and were received by His
Majesty at tho front entrance. The
Marshal delivered an addicss ex
pressive of congratulation and
loyalty, which, was graciously re
plied to by th'o King. The Polico
forco then presented His Majesty
with a bopk on a velvet cushion,
containing a bank order for $570.
MIXISTEIIS, JUDGES, j;TO,
At 0:45 The King's Ministers,
(ho Judges of the Supreme Court,
the Governors, Nolilcai i'rivy Court
tlllors ami Membots of the Legi&la
lino were received.
After Ihrso, from 10 to llo'cloik,
camo the following Societies : Li
liuokalruii Kilucalioi.nl Soi ioty
first i nil second divisions Nibra
Society and llookuono'U.o Society.
Tluso joc-'ctics ns'cinliled ut Wutli
liict.jn" ri''tu. the tlty lesMeiue of
II. 1!. II. riinevss Lilni. kalani, and
marched in regular procession fiom
there to tho Valnee, followed by the
Uoyal Hawaiian Band without their
instruments. The kahilis, the
ladies' dresses, and the excellent
order", all conspired to make this
very pieiuiesquc and pretty pio
cession. The members of the va
rious societies each carried in their
hands suitable gifts for piescnta
tion to His Majesty.
DIPLOMATIC AND COSaWI.AU C01tl3.
At 11:00, the diplomatic mill con
sular eoips arrived and were pre
sented as follows: Major J. II.
Wodehousc, II. It. M.'s Commis
sioner; Monsieur Henry Fecr,
French Commissioner, accompanied
by Madame Feer; Senhor A. de
Sbuza Canavarro, Portuguese Com
missioner; Mr. Taro Ando, Japa
nese Consul and Diplomatic Agent,
accompanied by Mrs. Ando; Mr.
F. A. Sehaefcr, Consul for Italy ;
Mr. T. Rain Walker, Acting British
Vice-Consul: Mr. H. F. Ulauc,
Consul for Germany; Mr. F. P.
Hastings, United States Vicc-Consul
General; Mr. J. II. Paty, Consul
for the Netherlands and Belgium;
Mr. H. W. Laino, Consul for Spain:
Mr. II. It. Macfarlano, Consul for
Deninaik.; Mr. C. Alee, Commer
cial Agent for China; Mr. Goo Kim,
Assistant Commercial Agent for
China; Mr. C. L. "Wight, United
Stales Consular Agent at Mahu
kona ; and Viscount Tori and Mr.
Fujgita, of the Japanese Legation.
oovr.nxMuxr Qpncr.tis and hkads or
Ollicers in the several departments
and Government Buieaus next filed
in. The Custom House guard con
sisted of nine men, followed by
another detachment composed of
Custom House ollicers, road super
The Custom House employees
presented His Majesty with a splen
did cane of kauwila wood, with a
gold mounted head bearing the Ha
waiian Coat of Aims, and the motto
"Ua Man kc Ea o ka Aina i lea
Pono" (In righteousness shall the
nation be established). Landscape
views in and about Honolulu are also
engraved on the sides. A gold band
also bears thciusciiplion ; "Presented
to His Majesty Kalakaua 1. on his
fiftieth birthday by tho members of
the Bureau of Customs. Hon.
John M. Kapcna, Geo. 12. Board
man, A. Fuller, AV. Chamberlain,
G. Markham, I. Q. Tcwksbury, G.
Y. Miles, K. IST. Mossman, G. Na
waakoa, II. YV". Auld, O. Stillman,
J. YV. ltobcrtson, J. Markham, J.
Crowder, G. Parmenter, B. "Whit
ney." The Post Olliec cleiks also pic-
sentcd themselves in a body The
odiccrs and members of tho Board
of Health, under convoy of Mr. F.
I II. Havselden, Secretary, marched
in, two abreast, the secretary bear
ing a solid silver box, on a cushion
ot blue velvet which was presented
by the clcik, Mr. F. J. Testa, while
Mr. Ilayselden read the following
To fJis Majesty King Kalakaua
3. Sire: Speaking in behalf of
the ollicers and physicians engaged
hi the service of tlic Board of Health,
J beg to offer our warm and loyal
congratulations on the anniversary
of Your Majesty's fiftieth birthday,
and at tho same time present for
Your Majesty's acceptance a small
cash box as an expicssion of our
loyal devotion to Y'our Royal per
son. Yvc desire to rejoice with Y'our
Majesty on this memorable jubilee
celebration at the general welfare of
the people, for although disease and
death still claim their victims, we
have reason to believe that general
good health prevails ond it shall be
our constant aim and purpose to so
endeavor in the exercise of our
several duties that the liberal means
provided by the Legislative Assem
bly shall be innde most available for
the iiromotiou of the public health,
so that general well-being shall
prevail, and Your Majesty's noble
motto of "llooulu Lah'ui," or "In
crease the nation," shall become a
happy realization under Y'our Ma
jesty's beneficent reign.
God bless Y'our Majesty.
Fni:i. II. Havsi:u)i;x,
Honolulu, JJovember 1G, 1880. "
SCHOOLS, hOC'IKTILS AM) OHUUCIILS.
Among the most Imposing of the
processions which filed into tho
Palace giounds during tho after
noon, were those of tho llooulu
Lnhui Society, tho Lahui Kaumaka
pili, tho Kaumakapili congregation,
the Hooulu Lahui Malic Kainalu,
tho Puuwai Lokalii Association, and
the Poola Association. Nineteen
very small children, about 125 native
women, nearly all costumed in whito
and most of them waving pretty ka
hilis, the roar being brought up by
12 boys and 25 men, was a .very
fine spectacle. Another society en
tered with 24 kahilis and consisting
of women and girls, each one hold
ing in her hand what seemed to bo a
piece of coin, and nlbo presented n
very fine appearance. Tho rear of
one oi inese companies )'U3 orougut
up by a native bearing aloft a cano
stalk, 12 feet long with 37 joints,
with a label bearing the inscription
' Its Makutui I kn Mol KJattflflA ua
Josrph H. Kanopnu, no hilei,
Mom-lulu, v"v. Ifi, 18C, U Jnbili'
Kamnhno." (A flit ' to Kl:
Kn'-.kam by Joseph II'. JCrmrpmt of
lw,li, Uonoltil i, Oaliu. ?ri 10,
1K8I5, the great Jublkc.) i'ho '.'fm
of lolanf College, n a'so tli; St.
And' cw's Pi iory gills schocl, c imii-jT
on the ground" in regular nmri limp,
ouler, formed very pretty l -octs
The rVhitkaipa girl's ichcol,
marshalled by Miss Corney and the
assistant teachers, made a splendid
appearance. One of the girls walked
in advance of the procession, and
carried a present from the school,
consisting of a silver fork and spoon
in a ease of silver and curly maple
covered with gold colored plush,
with His Majesty's initials, mono
gram and crown inscribed, and also
a handsome banner birthday card.
The Hawaii Fire Engine Company
came in, led by the Reformatory
school . band. ' The Fishermen's
Society made an imposing appear
ance. Borne in front was a Hag,
with the words, "Ka Hui Makeke
Nalanichlku" (The Seven Kings'
Market Society), while eight stalwart
natives bent under au extemporized
hand-barrow bearing nn enormous
calabash over which was a festooned
done shaped canopy, from the center
of which hung a large portrait of
His Majesty, and in conformity with
an ancient Hawaiian custom said to
have some special reference to the
reimiins family, two of the proces
sionists boic large kukui nut
flambeaux wrapped in ti leaves.
These torch-bearers also stood, one
at each corner, at the foot of the
Palace steps until the torches
burned out. The parade of the
Uoyal School was superb. The
boys, iu uniforms of white, striped
with red. headed by two drummers,
marched iu eight abreast, to the
number of 285.
At a ljttlp before II o'clock, a
miscellaneous tlnoug of all nations,
grades and conditions was admitted
to view the eorgeous interior of the
Royal residence. For the greater
part of an hour might be seen re
spectable citizens in full dress,
Chinamen in their blue dimity, na
tives and foreigners in a thousand
stvles of outfit, marching up the
steps, some to pay their respects to
the King and Queen, and the rest to
gaze and have to say that once in
their lives they wero" inmates of a
ILLUMINATION' AT T1ID I'ALACL.
At night-fall, the verandahs
around the Palace were lit with
colored lanterns, fixed at short inter
vals along the railings, and with the
decorations, gave the building a
very pretty and artistic appearance.
Promptly 'at (J :110, the electric light
was turned on. The apparatus had
been placed in position, and a pre
liminary light up was made on the
previous night. On three sides of
the Palace, in the lanai, and at the
entrances from Punchbowl street and
Palace Walk, and also outside the
closed gate on King street, ten burn
ers of 2,000 candle power were fixed.
The electric light at once threw a
fiood of radiance over the Palace
and grounds. It was turned off, on
the arrival of the fneinon and while
the fireworks were in progress, and
turned on again afterwards. This
arrangement, it seems, has given
currency to a false rumor that the
light proved a failure by going out.
Tin: i"iiti:.Mi:x's paiiadk.
From what is known of the Hono
lulu Firempn, whether on duty or
holiday, it would be quite enough to
say that they mustered for a grand
procession, to convey the idea that
the affair was a splendid success.
On this.occasion, they excelled them
selves.' The parade was literally, as
well as figuratively, one of the most
brilliant pageants ever seen in this
city. The decorations of the engines
anil hose carts were on the most
elaborate scalp. The procession,
starting from the bell tower, filed
through the principal streets, the
line of march beina heralded and
illuminated all the way with the roar
of bombs, the llaro of torches, the
Hying of rockets and bangolas, the
blaze of Roman candles, and the
Hashing of many colored lights. The
members of China Engine Company
distinguished themselves by each
man swinging a big Chinese lantern.
The procession way headed by the
Hon. John Cummins, Marshal of
tho Day, on a grey charger. The
music wni ably supplied by tho
Royal Hawaiian and by the Reform
atory School bands. A halt was
called iu front of the palace where
Ills Majesty was seated on tho
verandah. Three rousing cheers
were given, and Chief Engineer
Charles 13. Wilson stepped forward
and presented the following address:
Your Majesty: On behalf of the
Honolulu Firo Department I have
tho honor and pleasure, as their
elected Chief, to present their loyal
homage and congratulations upon
this auspicious occasion.
As subjects of Your Majesty, wo
renew tho assurances of our loyalty
and fraternal regard, for we can
never forget that tho Honolulu Fire
Department was honored by your
active participation and member
ship. As King, wo salute you, and
pledge our lives to your service.
Ah a member of tho Honolulu
Fire Department, we also saluto
Y'our Majesty with becoming respect,
but with a feeling of fraternity
which cannot be broken.
On this, the fiftieth year of your
life, with half a century of Joys and
torrows biLinn you, I wish you,-en
behalf of myself and inyconiuidos
of the Honolulu Fire Department,
another half lontliry" "of life and
authority. In tayirg this, I pray
that th.' nation may prober iimnr
jour truldanw, ni.tl Hint peace
g u d povurnmunl may ever piev.ifl.
Iu coinlu-i ii, the Ilono'tiui lTIro
Dparlmeni again temleiy to Your
:ia)C3ty 1lic":r l.iyal hoinagu and
fateful rispttt, rupU'd with the
liopulhftljo.tr U'i " uiay bo pro
longed, and mat , out ii.l'.ui nee and
power at home and abroad may
grow in the future for yotir honor
and your Kingdom's welfare.
IlU Majesty in reply said that
the pageant of the firemen was very
gratifying to him. lie reciprocated
the good "wishes of the department,
and was satisfied that the evidences
ot clllcicnt organization before him
would not be wanting in the future.
During the halt in fiont of the
Palace, the scene was one of unique
and weird splendour. The gor
geously decked and lofty Palace
front, enlivened by tho smiling
faces of finely dressed ladies look
ing down from the verandahs ; the
Hying of rockets ; tho glare of hun
dreds of torchos; tho brilliantly
decked engines ; the Hash costumes
of the firemen in their red shirts ;
the smoke from relies and rockets
and many colored flames, banging
low in llyj damp air ; the faces of
the concourse of spectators gathered
from all the earth and illumined by
the flash of the lights: all combined
to produce a picture the outlines of
which can never be obliterated from
the memory of thosp who witnessed
The firemen wore followed In their
parade by the boys of the Royal
School, bearing torches which con
tributed not a little to the brilliancy
as well to the extent of the pageant,
the whole being estimated at about
half a mile in length. Having made
the circuit of the Palace three times,
the companies marched out and re
tained to their respective engine
The fronts of tho engine houses
were all but covered with lanterns,
mottoes and luminous doviecs of all
kinds, Tho boll tower and hall of
No. 2, in particular, was an exhibition
of itself. The front of the building
was a pyramid constellation of
colored lights, tastefully arranged,
the colors blending in a highly ar
tistic manner. The other engine
houses, together with the front of
the Pacific Hose Company's build
ing, wore decked aftor the same
fashion as No. 2, though not quite
so elaborately. Strings of lights
also were run up caeli side ot the
Hag-staffs, and were visible at long
distances. Altogether, the firemen
are to be congratulated on the
splendour of their demonstration.
The fireworks, at the Palace, were
generally voted tho most magnificent
display of the kind ever seen in this
city. It is impossible to do justice
to the display in a newspaper report.
The roof of the Palace was selected
as the place from which they were
mostly set off. The whizz of rockets
ascending high into tho air, the blaze
of Roman candles, the glitter of
calcium lights, and the bursting and
flying of every description of pyro
tcchnical material, together with the
luminous mottos and devices ex
hibited on a frame elected for the
purpose, on King street in fiont of
the -Music Hall, held tho Royal
Family with their guests, as well
as the large crowds of persons as
sembled at various points on the
grounds, spell-bound in silent ad
miration for probably an hour or
morn. The fire-works being over,
the electric light struck up again,
whereupon the Bulletin reporter
left, and retired to the land of nod.
The Royal Hawaiian Band was
stationed in a fine pavilion on the
grounds, and played at intervals,
throughout the day. The band had
been on duty from midnight until
about 3i30 in the afternoon. The
music discoursed was of tho usual
character, which the people of Ho
nolulu are well accustomed to en
joy at the hands of Bandmaster
Bcrgor and his boys, that is,
The following gentlemen were
yesterday honored with decorations
by His Majesty tho King:
Brigade Major A. U. llayley and
Major W. II. Cornwell, Knight
Companions of the Uoyal Order of
Kapiolani; His Excellency Hon.
Antonc Rosa and Hon. J. L. Knulu
kou, Grand Ollicers of tho Uoyal
Order Crown of Hawaii; Major J.
I). Holt, Quarter-Master General,
S., Nowlein,Hon, Junius Knae, Mr.
David Dayton and Mr. S. W. Wil
cox, Knight Commanders of the
Uoyal Order Crown of Hawaii; Mr.
Geo. O. Ilcckley, Adjutant Isaao
Kaiainn and Capt. Win. Tell, Knight
Companions of tlic Uoyal Order
Crown of Hawaii; Mr. Henry Mer
ger, Knight Companion of the Uoyal
Order of Kamehnineha I.
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffee at 111 Hours
Cigars & Tobacco
always on band.
U. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Bearer 4 Saloon
The fiohohiUi R'.ller, in rosponsei
to an Order issued Moiuifiy cvt'tdiTfF,
nimblul at thuir annory nt 10
oVloek ,e-teid;y ti'OiiiM'pr, !11
istriiiij. 'lln-y imiiclnd (i u 10 the
11 Til A. range, Ri'ipjetro I where
tii'Vi't t-liooiiny o ntiV vmj he'd nt
L"1) j.ndsj for :i g'.iil nn 1 a silver
i.udtl, aw llrt aiicl S'lond prizes.
Following M'e i.!ie scoiv iu full;
Kniykc. 0, 0. (). i). 0,-0.
Magooii-S?, i 2, 0. 2. 0. .
lJiuiu 2, 0, 8, -.! ,--!:!.
C. W. Ashfoul-b, -I, 3, 3, 5,
Wickc 3, a, 0, 3, 2,-11.
Oat 0, 0, 0, A, 1,-8.
Wagner 0, 0, 2, 4, 2,-8.
. Winter 2, 3, 2, 0, 29.
McCarthy 2, 3, 2, 0, 2,-9.
Reals 0, 2, 0, 0, 0,-2.
IIughston-3, 1, 2, 3, 0,-12.
C. T. Wilder 2, 0, 0, 0, 3,-5.
Robertson 2, 3, 2, 2, 3, 12."
lliggins 1. 3, 3, 1, 4, 18.
Chan Wilder 2, 3, 2, 3, 2,-12.
Trcgloan 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,-0.
Eagan 0, 0, 3, 0, 2, o.
Sims 3, 3, 0, 3, 1,-13.
Otiemba 3, 0, 0, 3, 4,-10.
Gibson 2, 0, 2, 2, 0, G.
Simonson 3., 4,-4, 4, 4, 19.
Ilanlov 0, 0, 2, 0, 2,-4.
Rogers 0, 2, 2, 3, 3,-10.
Rothwcll 2, 4, 4, 2, 3,-15.
Fargarroos 2, 2, 2, 0, 0, .
Wood 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,-0.
Rcist 0, 3, 0, 0, 0,-3.
King 3, 4, 4, 4, 5,-20,
Torbcrt 2, 3, 2, 0, 2,!).
Pi;itt 5, 4, 4,4,4,-21.
Godfrey 3, 2, 8, 0, 4,-12.
Bishop 2, 0, 2, 0, 0,-4.
Stratemeyer 2, 4, 0, 0, 2,-8.
Capt. Aehford 2, 2, 4, 2, 4 ,-,14.
Hubbard 2, 2, 3, 2, 2,-11.
Unger 4, 4, 3, 3, 1,-18.
While the aboyo shooting was go
ing on, a team from the Hawaiian
Rillc Association and a picked
team from the Honolulu Rilles
carried on another shooting contest
at 200, yards with the following re
sults: THE ii. it. a. team.
Williams 4, 3, 0, 3, 4, 4, 5, 4,
Hingley-4, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4,
, 4, 3, 5, 4, 4, 4,
i, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 3, 4,
Nicoll 4, 4, 4
1 "1 M t ") "1 i
s .i o i n .1
Brodie 3, 3
2, 4,4, 4,4,3,4,
tiii: Honolulu mm: tkam.
Higgins-4, 4, 4, 3, 4, 4, 4, 3, 3,
C. W.- Ashford 3, 0, 4, 4, 4, 8,
O) J) ijj lj"- u J.
Siinonspn 3, 0, 4, 8, 2, 5, 3, 4,
King 3, 3, 4, 3, 3, 5, 4, 4, 5, 4,
Unger 3, 4, 4, 5, 4, 4, 5, 3, 3, 5,
The shooting being over the
Rilles shouldered arms and marched
to town. They wcrc taken to the
Hawaiian Hotel, wncre at tne invi
tation of Captain V, V. Ashford,
the boys sat down to a lunch in the
dinning room. Tho health of His
Majesty was proposed by Captain
Ashford, and was heartily drunk by
the company, followed bj' three
cheers and "He js a golly good fel
loiv." During the lunch the medals
wero presented. The first prize, a
gold medal, to First Sergeant Prat,,
and tho second prue, a silver me
dal, to drum-Sergeant King. Cheers
followed and calls for speeches.
Members of the II. It. A. joined in
with the Rifles, and merriment ran
high. After dining, the Rifles,
under command of the First Ser
geant, marched to the armory and
Thursday, November 18th
At 10 o'clock, a. ,in., at my salesroom,
I will i-ell i.t Public Auction'
a general assortment of
CoiiEhtlng in part of Diy Goods,
Clothing, Ghi88wnre and Groceries,
Chinese Matting, Cignreltcs, Bugs
No, 1 & 2 Sugar, Onions, Cal. Polu.
toes, and at
12 o'clock noon will be sold iV line col.
PLANTS & FERNS
Prom tho Celebrated Nursery pf
Blnclc Walnut and Ash Bedroom
SetH, jlfVBcrigteiuls, Spring llnttrcsses
Lounge?, Chnii'd, Tables, leo Box,
Fine Parlor Bet, etc., etc.,
Ono Good Buggy and Family Horse
Ami sevorat good Carriage Horses.
85 It J. LYONS, Auct'r.
A WO MAN to do general housework
in u in ivate family, whero slio will
lmvo u good homo
unquiro at isuii.e.
jr. h. oiEJxr,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co,)
Dealers in nil kinds of
The Latest Fotelgn Papers always ou
hand at tho Gazelle Block. Merchant
jSTThe English Admiralty Charts
always ou hand. 1 by
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SMALL SBCOND-BAT) TUItN-
JtJl hiir Lathr, foot power. JIusl liu
H Lathr, foot power.
Aililnss, LATIIK, P
A N ENGLISH COACHING WHIP.
jCjl In or ni'ftr tlic Hawaiian Hotel.
Stable". A riwnril of $5.00 will to paid
tho pcron iciurning the Fnmu lo 13. K.
Darin, Hawaiian Hotel. No quoMlons
naked. ID If
1 HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188G. 28 3m
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE E8
tiicof Jnmis H.UoviLn Imniiriipt,
That the undersigned, Assignee of the
Estate of J;imc3 II, Boyd, a bnnkrupt,
has preparatory to his final account and
dividend submitted his accounts as mcli
assignee, nnd filed the same lufoic Hon.
E, Preston, Jmtioo of the Supreme Court,
at his Chambers, to whom he will app'y
at 10 o'clrolc, n. m., on THURSDAY,
the 18th day of November iDSt., for a
settlement of paid accounts nuil for a
1 finnl discharge from nil liability as fuoh
iis'iRni'o, and for an order to make a
llnnl dividend. And that any person in.
tcrcstcd may then and there appear mid
contest the same.
JS y. C. PARKE, Assignee.
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid excessive sweating liy
having them clipped with the Potent
Lightning Horse Clipping Machine.
Hoisis culled for and returned free of
charpo. King up Telephone No. 32.
Or'apply to MILES & HAYLEY,
69 lm Hinvnlian Hotel Stable?.
W. PRATT, thanking his nu
merous triciuls lor their putrnn-
ngu in thu putt respectfully announces
that ho will remove on MONDAY
morning to Ko. 82 IBotnl Street,
next to J. McCarthy's Cigar Stnnd, where
he will be glad to accommodate them
with mcMs at all houre, day and night,
and at lowest rates. Ice Oieam will
also bu Ecrved at 15 couts per plate at all
houis. Private loom, with separata en.
trance from the ttrcct for Indies. The
Bcst Lun:s' Bestaukant in Hono
lulu. S2 D. W. PRATT.
NEWLY BUILT, COMFORTA
b'cllouso of Grooms, with modern
improvements and good yard. Furnish
ed or unfurnished; a fine location, and a
me?t disirublu place, A long term ten
ant desired. Applv to
Rcil Estnte Agent and Collector, No.
42 Merchant Street. 82tf.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
ACotlngij on Lunnlilo nml 1'iikoi
Streets, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Ueo of horse and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
43 If Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
THOSE VERY DESIRA-
bl o premises No. l03Nuiinnu
Avenue. Dwelllnc contains
8 rooms; airy basement under all; kitcli
en, pantry, bathroom nud servant's room
attached, carriage house, stable, fowl
house; all conveniently arranged; quiet
liealtlif.il location; nctit grounds, fruit
trees. Ten minute' wnlk fiom Post
Office. Enquiro adjoining premises of
. 72 tf J. II. WOOD.
ONE 4-YBAH-OLD MARE, broken
to lmni"S3 nud saddle.
One Open Hide Har Uugy.
Onu Honolulu made Drake.
One Single Strop Uurness.
For particulars enquiro r.t
2 161 PANTHEON STABLES.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
MR. J. J. WILLIAMS 1ms foihc
Plush Albums for kw People
wishing to send a lmmlfomo Christmas
present homo can liavo view selected
by themselves, mounted in ono of iheso
Albums In splendid style. 81 2w
Tho Inter-Island. Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for snlu
Bteain Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
us Bar Iron. iy
Steam Hollers, Furnaces and Ranges
Set. Urlck nml Stonework done on
Alapul Bt., Second door from lleretania.
P. O. Box 407.
Orders from the other Islands nunc
tually attended to. 72ly
mm 4 oa.
UL ui r ff 9
BOOTS & SHOES
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
e. n SCIIUMAK.
Iron, Cumberland Coal, Hard.
: And nil kinds of :
Carringo and Wagon Materials.
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Crushed Barley, .
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Office, with N. J Bur
gess, t?4 King Street, will be promptly
attended to. C9ly
S. M. CARTER,
on hand for snle, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft "Woo, an I and Split
Orders are hereby solicited and will
be delivered at liny loenlily within the
No. 8S KING STREET.
Until Telephone. 187. 01
Will be open every afternoon and evening-as
Holiday, Tuesday, 'Wednesday anA
Totho public in general.
For ladles and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and (Saturday Evenings.
"WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Ilaw'nOnrringeMiinf'gCo,, ij DO 100
E.O. Hall & Bon; (nt w issue) U0 100
Bell Telephonu, 3!J 10
O. Brewer & Co., 101 ICO
Woodlawn Luiry, 00 100
Wailuku Sugar Co., 07 1C0
"Waimanalo, 105 100
Star Mill, 4V5 000
Iteclprnclty Sugar Co., t-0 100
Ico Company, 87 100
Iuter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THUHBTON, Stock Biokei
38 Mcrehuut Street. lfil ly
JOHN II. SOPEK temiests that nil.
orders for llio CIiriHtiiuiKH no
torial pupL'i'H be scut in before tl.c
departure of the next mull for tho Coast
to avoid disappointment. 73
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