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All vix'cr rates duct on term ending
Juue EO, 1887, must lie pild it, ih oillco
of the Honolulu WnUr W.irUa before
15th doy of January, IS'" A'l nucule,
inalulng unp-ild tJaiiuuiy 1", 1M7, will"
be subject to tin additional 10 pur cunt.
Parties paying nit-s will pio-cil their
Inst receipt." OllAS 11. ll.0
Snp't. Hutinhi u Water Winks.
Approved: L. AHOL ',
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dtr. 1,188(1. 00
BlHlIOr & Co., IIA.NKKJKS
lliiiitihrti In u iiltun Ulnmta
Hrn Kxelei ne ub 'lit
JSiitiU til OuUrni'iiiii. -v. !'.
Ami their iiteiiiK In
NEW YOrtK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs N. M. Uutliclilld & Son, Lumlon
The Commercial Bunk ., of Sydney,
The Commercl d lliinl; Oo , of Sydney,
Tne U.iuU of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrisli'huioh, slnil N cUitigtou,
The Hunk ol British Colunibbi, Vic
toria, 11. U., urn! I'ortbiud. Oi.
Transact ii Oi-iiniil Mnukltm Busline.
fledged to neltlioi Sn.t ior 1'Kity
Bat established f r tho benefit cf all.
TUESDAY. IW.V. 7. 18815.
RIGHT AND REASONABLE.
As it had been announced in the
public press, at the instance of the
promoters, that theie would bo n
fair in the Palace grounds last
Saturday evening, open to the pub
lic on payment of a s-pecified fee, it
was only right and leasonablc that
the public should have been notified
of the unavoidable abandonment of
the intention at the last moment, by
a notice tcrthat effect posted at the
gate. Then the multitudes of peo
ple who went there in response to
the public invitation, for the purpose'
of aiding a good cause, would have
understood the matter, and have
gone away in a measuic satisfied.
As' it was, they considered them
selves badly "sold," and knew not
the reason why. A little lliought
f illness would Ime saved the
blundering and its disagreeable con
sequences. - ""pardons.
It was intimated as an "open
secret" about thieu weeks ago that
a list of foity-nine paidonshad been
carried through the Privy Council,
and that it was owing to the deter
mined and strenuous resistance
offered by certain influential mem
bers of that body thai the list was I
not twice as long. Who those dis
charged jail biids are is a question
that is often asked, but as yet, the
transaction is shrouded in mystery,
except in so,far as the people have
been able to ferret out the facts at
the street corners persons arc ai rested
publicly or otherwise, and the trial,
as also tiie pronouncing of sentence,
takes place in open court: then why
should the cancelling of such sen
tence not be a matter in which the
people are entitled to bo taken into
the confidence of the executive V It
is really of corjsidernblo interest to
the people to ftnow who are let
loose upon them from within the
prison walls. Do the pardons in
clude burglars, biieak-thievcs, or
riotous- persons V If so, the least
tliu executive could have done
would be to publish a special "By
Aufliorily" notice to wain house
holders to look well to the fastenings
of their (Ionia as well as to their
means of defence. Taxes ale in
piocesi of collection at the picscnt
time, in letttrn for which the citi
zen it. entitled, without being under
nnyubllgntiuii whatever, therefor, to
protection fiuni lobbeis, thieves
and loughs. And when the Uoyal
clemency in exercised on behalf of
thoso fancy chiuaclero, the least that
might Iiiimi been done lor the pub
lic would be to let it lie known who
the pardoned olfenders are. a piece
of civility to which they havo invari
ably been ticadd on all occasions of
a similar natiiie. The way, however,
in which "our bold majority goes"
nowadays, seems to have suggested to
the executive that any concessions
henceforth to tho lights or privileges
of the tax-payers are sitpeilluoti?.
WHERE IS THE MONEY?
Tho thirteenth section of chapter
2 of the session laws of 1882, en
titled, An Act to regulate the re-,
ceipt, custody and issue of the
public monoye, and to provide for
tho audit of public accounts, pro
vides that "the Minister of Finance,
ns soon ns conveniently may bo after
tho expiration of every quarter of
tlfe financial period, shall publish in
some public newspaper u statement
in dclail of the receipts and expen
ditures oil account of the publio
service during 'such quarter, to
gether with a compaiativc state
ment of such receipts during the
corresponding quatter of the pre
vious yew, and in like manner nt
the expiration of the year shall
publish an annual statement of re
ceipts nnd expenditures, with a
comparative statement of such re
ceipts dining the previous year, nnd
shall transmit copies of all such
statements to the Auditor-General."
According to the foregoing ex
tract from the statutes, statements
of lcvenue and expenditure were
due on the !30th September, 30th
June and 81st March of the present
year, to tho tax-payers who are
summoned "by authority" to foot
up their taxes on or before the loth
of the present month. If such
statements have been published, the
Minister should append to the Tax
Collector's notice the information
when and in what paper, they have
appeared. That there are two sides
to tho question of tax-paying, is a
fact that is beginning to force itself
upon public attention. Iflhehiwcan,
on the btrcngth of "our bold majo
rity," be ignored on the part of the
Minister of Finance, by what sys
tem of jui isprudence or on what plea
can it be enforced against those who
piovido the money, which it seems
may or may not be accounted tor as
it happens to 'tilt the convenience
or caprice of the King's Ministers?
Until such statements aie published,
the tax-payers are really giving
away not only their money but what
ought to be more sacredly guarded
by them, their constitutional rights,
by paying any attention whatever .to
the mandate ot the Tax Collector.
ABOUT HACKS AND rTACKMEN.
In the matter of public convey
ances there has been a wonderful
change dining the past six yeais.
In 1880 the vehicle that obtained the
name of "express" was of an and
antiquated character. It was a dif
ficult matter to get one's self inside
of it. it was uncomfortable to ride
in, and it was awkward to turn
round, frequently capsizing when in
the hands of an inexperienced driver.
In fact, it was a vehicle unfit for the
present age, and it has gradually
become a thing of the past.
The "express" or "hack" of to
day is a carriage of a very different
nature. It is comfortable to ride
in, easy to the passengers for entrance
or exit, affords protection fiom the
rays of the sun, and is secure against
rain. It is mostly drawn by a horse,
instc.ad of the half-sized, stunted,
ill-shapen, and hungry looking
quadruped that propelled the hack
of 1880. The change is appreciated
by foreigner and Hawaiian, and ,the
"Society for cruelty to animals" has
less reason to complain.
To whom is this change due?
wholly and solely to the enterprise
of a few foreign hackmen who led
the way. The drivers of 1880 were
a scrubby and mixed a lot(withafew
exceptions) as the four legged
animals they drove. The exceptions
alluded to arc to be seen on the
streets to-day, driving fine horses
and well equipped carriages. The
United Caniage Co. have the
pioneer haolc diiver. The Fashion
Stables can boast of an old hand at
the business. These men, and a few
others, have stuck to their calling
like a shoemaker to bis last. But
how mauy have come and gone dur
ing the past 5 yeais?
A large poition of the San Fran
cisco hoodlum clement soon found
its way to tho Islands. New faces
were to be seen holding the reins,
and extortion became tho order of the
day. The hack regulations promul
gated by Ministers Wilder and
Ottliel. weio disiegardcd by this
hoodlum ciowd. They dressed well,
woie a llashy chain with somebody
else's watch attached, and despised
the idea of taking ten cents under
any circumstances. Two-bits, us a
quarter is termed, was the least bum
they cared to handle. They never
had any change, and would take a
dollar whon 7 ft ceuts was the fare,
with the greatest complacency
imaginable. In short, they were a
bad lot, as a rule. Some have found
a home on tho reef, while others
havo returned fiom whence they
came. The tares havo been, or arc
being, separated from tho wheat,
and tho class of men known as
hack-drivers is gradually improving.
The root of tho evil is in tho
indiscriminate granting of licences to
drive, to iucoinpotent persons. Tho
drivers comprise Americans, British-
ers, Ilivwailans, Portuguese and
Chinamen. The last named knows
more about driving a pig than a
horse. W.ith a few exceptions, tho
Portuguese are novices at handling
tho lines. Tho Ilawaiinns generally
know how to drive, and nro univer
sally civil; hence, they arc well
patronized. The Americans and
Britishers are usually the most ex
tortionate. Tho most incapable
drivers are the Chinamen. They
are numerous, but scarcely a quarter
dozen could be found among tho
whole capable of handling lclns.
Nine-tenths of them know as much
about driving a hoiso and carriage
as a monkey knows about running a
sewing machine, and should never
have been licensed. There is room
for the exercise of more care in re
gard to character and capability,
than hitherto, in granting licences to
all classes of applicants.
THE PORTUCUESE BAND.
Complaints continue to reach us
concerning the Portuguese brass
baud practice, fiom the neighbor-'
hood surrounding the scene of racket.
No doubt, most people who have
any soul desire the success of this
new organization. Nobody is afraid
of the town becoming overstocked
with music and musicians, and every
body is pleased that our National
band, which was the first in origin
and is bound always to be the first
in quality, as long as the inimitable
Bcrger leads it, has within a few
years been supplemented by the
Reformatory School band, the St.
Louis School baud, and now the
Portuguese band ; but nobody, ex
cept a miserable depraved soul who
gloats over horrifying sounds for
very wantonness, is pleased to be
near the discordant belches of the
raw recruits of any band. It is said
that the entire community of the
populous neighborhood where the
new band practises wishes most
fervently for its success, but wishes
with redoubled fervor that it would
go tp the top of Punchbowl or some
other distant region, for practice.
Deeply do we sympathise with thoso
unfortunate people. Wo know of
no lot on earth so dreadful as that
of a poor creature doomed to live
next door to the Bedlam blast of a
dozen brass instruments and the
thunder of a bass drum, operated
by as many ambitious beginners.
The other evening, a gentleman re
siding in the vicinity of Punchbowl
street, below the Queen's Hospital,
approached a member of our staff,
and with a peculiar glare in his 03-0
anil an agitated 'voice, exclaimed, "O,
for the love of heaven, try your
utmost to deliver us from that terri
ble band, before it diives us all to
the Insane Asylum !"
PROCRAMME OF MUSIC ALE.
Following is the programme of
the Musicale, this evening, at Oahu
Piano Solo Dance and Play.... Lielmer
I a. Andante Pastorale. .
Piano Solo, 1);1;irV'S'pic!'iant?aylbCl
Sous A Wnn lor Hold Adams
Duet fortPiano and Violin Adagio..
Mrs. Ilanfoid and Mr. Yauidley.
Song In Questo Seinplico... .Donizetti
f 11. Charming Miiy
vi-iiio nin J Schumann
J 1.1110 fcolo, ,, illlpl,y ij0llKh . : . . .
Chorus I'm ew ell to tbu Forest
Piiiuihou Glee Club.
Piano Solo Transcription of Obcrou
Song Ave Mnriu Liusl
With violin obligato by Mr. Yarudley.
Piano Solo A Midsummer Night's
Vocal Duet See thoPale Moon
Mis. Ilanfoid and Mr. Van ftlyke,
Piano Solo Impromptu Chopin
Choi us The Night Is advancing
Puualiou Gleo Club.
The police of Bavaria have ex
pelled Stnto Architect Ressler from
the country for assisting the Socia
aOOD PASTUUAOE FOR HOUSES.
Apply to , FHEI) JOHNSON,
AN ENGLISH SADDLE.
Owuir inn have the same by
pioving properly nnd paying
Appiv ai me uosmopoiuan
(WlSt J. Sr. OLA1H.
JUST OPENED !
rpiIE FIUST tONblGNMENT OF
1 Paiillu Coast Dlaiics lor 1887.
Cup DiBilcc, Office Diaiies,
Quarto Dialler, Ladies Pocket Diaries,
Gents Prcket Dlnrlen, with Vuluable
' Heferenco Tables,
Call curly. ui they are (Silling very ffttt.
Vi Merchuut St.
It. M. BKXSOX. O. V. SMITH.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
11B &HGFort Sire!, - - Hon' lulu.
Depot foi Uourioke Ss b'chreckV
HlckcckL'r'rt Perfumes nnd Toilet
The Couiuiuti Sense NttiMng Urtlles, nnd
Allnlri" Woodward & Co'h Plm'.
02 nuiLctitlcnl Products Iv
Notice of PartasMp.
'pHP, UNDERSIGNED HEREBY'
JL give milieu cf a c o-n iiiiicifllilp
formed by litem ns follow m
.1. Names and tcidileiicesof member",
AltTHUlt E. II. SWIFT, Klluuc.1,
NORMAN D. GARSTIN, Klliucn,
UK It BE UT
U. UAHSI1N, Kdniteii,
J. Nature of business: (Jane Plant
eis. !t. Firm Maine: t-wil't, Uui8lui.&Co
1. Pluci-of buslue.-s: Kilaucn, Kuual.
Notice is also given tint our niticlci
of co-partnership lequlre the ct nsiiit of
at leisi two uifiiibeis ot tliu 111 111 u on
I lie drawing if nil cliiquci-, bill or e.v
cliungi, proinl-noiy nites, or other te.
euri'v foi moii'-y.
SWIFT, G VUT1NS & CO.,
Honolulu, Dticiiiihcr 7, 18sG. .
rpilKltE Wild, BE A MEETING OP
JL tin; Ununlulll Yacht and I'.im Club
nt tlnir boat bouse Till-. EVLMNG
ill 1:U) o'tl 0 v. All iiiunb r. me n.
qiRsK'tt 10 uuend. .1. II. TioliKlt,
0-J It S'wUI 1 Mil v.
BETWEEN TIIK GOVEhNMENT
B uhlii (,' and F. mi Siifel, Vi l.iibir
Conduct fct-ilnpv. 1 imlui will pl,.,.e
le.ie suine nt Daily Uui.i.ktin Okkios.
rpO THE CURDITOHS OF THE
X Bankrupt E-tale 1' Fook Cheng,
That the ltndcr&igjit, assignee of the
Estute of FO IC v HONG, 11 Unkrupi,
libs, preii.inuoiy t'i hi final account and
dividend, s .limiitvd hn iu counts ns
such iibsivnie, nnd filed the tame befoie
Hon. A. P. Jud I, Chief .1 1 snce ol the
Supremo Coiih, at hi- Cliumheis, to
whom ho will apply nt JO o'clock on
TUESDAY, the 14th day of December,
18S(, for a settlement of mid accounts,
nnd for 11 di-clmiicc from nil liability as
such usigiiie, and foi 1111 onb-r 10 iriiike
a linal dividend anil thht any piron in
terested liny lht-11 mid theie uppcai and
eotitist i tic Mime.
.J. F. IIAOKKhU),
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 18SU 01 2t
rpo THE CltEDITOH: OF TIIK
X Huiikiiipt I.stnlc of sin-r Kee, tkn
Tiini the uudi-rsiit ml, nijinec 1" the
Etnteol SING KEE, 11 buikiupi, Ino,
piipuutoi, to hi-, fluid uci omit .and
dhiddnd, Mihikitled lib 111 counts s -ucli
n-slirnue, 111 d fllid the nunc before Hon.
a. t1.. J uuil.uiuci. Jinnee of ihetMiincnio
Conn, at Ins Clianibeis,t-wh( m lmwlll
imply 111 10 o'clook on TUP.bDAY, the
Uih day of December, lSMi, f.n 11 s,etlle.
nient of said account, nnd fin a dis
charge fiinn all liability ns -1 c'i ns
fiignueaml fornn order to iiuiku n tlnal
dividend, anil tliil uny person Inten-Mul
may then and there appear and contest
the same. J P. UAOKF1 LI),
Honolulu, Die. (1, 18&C. 02 2t
Temple of Fashion!
Positive Closing Out Sale
of our Entire Stock of
House Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' and Children's "Underwear
and many more articles too numin
ous to mention.
Sales take plueo at our Stoio
nt 10 a. m , nnd
at 7 1 si. 03 7i
TY A MAN AND WIPE, A SITUA
JLP linn In n private 1 unity
horbes, unci Is a good driver, If requited.
The womuu 1h a god houKeketper, and
lira class cook. Cull ut No. l8 Hotel
Street. 01 at
TY A MAN AND WIFE, A SJTUA
XJ tion. uooii icference.
drcfs. I. WHITE. Y.
O. A. Hall.
Hotel Street, Honolulu,
UISIIOP & Co.'s CERTIFICATE
of deposit No. 1.1,033 for $100 dated
Oct. 30 18H1, payable to the oi dor of
Mia. V. F. Johnstone, Payment lias
been flopped. Party finding sanie will
ploat-o deliver to
0. C. SWAIN.
00 at P, Q. Honolulu.
COTTACrE TO ML1
AT No 8 EMMA STliEET. En
quire on the piruihcr.
tf CAPT. 11. WHITNEY.
Oarri ages, Brakes tfi Ilaracss
On "Wednesday, December 8tli
At 12 nonn.
At our Bidcioom, Qiucn Stieet, wo will
sell i.t Putlic Auction to close consign,
Two Village Carts,
1 Peddlnr'a Cnit,
2 California lbnkev, nlso
I Top Buggy
With ..prnn and Shoe,
Two Sots Double Harness,
Two Sets Huggy llniiiusK
Two Bets llnik Hnini'tH,
1 Cnrriuge Pole.
One Plrcton, in Good Order,
1 bet Single Harness; and
1 I-3C O R- SS JE ,
Broken to burnt-), ran b3 Safely driven
by any h dy.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 at Auctloneeia.
.i'ynn!.roF-Me.ir. T. H. DAYIES &
CO , we will -ell at Public Auoiilm, on
nvcount ot whom it in ty com em,
On Thursday, December 9th,
.At VI o'clock, noon,
Atthn Warehouse b'low II. llarkf Id fc
Co.'s the following nii'cle" n.vtd Horn
the wrick of the KriliMi luirk "Dannot
tnr CiiMli'," vi. :
Oiii! Uiiin; Boat iiiid Oars,
1 Wnler Coi dcn-ei, 1 Compurs
A Lot of Canvas Sails
Lot cf Kopes nnd Illorki,
Spars, Rigging, Staunchions,
Cabin Furniture, etc , etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
00 4t Auctioneer
i-I. Jf. NOLTE
lias, ji st rioihcd u 1 irge Uft.ort
Elegant Meerschaum Pipes,
Clgiretle Hi ldt-i1-, itc, s lilnble
f ir l'icseni.,
Alo n biig'i -'oak of nil the most
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the NewiM lie Ifjns, aud Smokers'
l.equi-lti" ol eciy kind.
.100 Port Street.
JUST mi ived, a Large liiit of
Cigars, tiiiiimf.iciuml bv Engel.
lircclit, Knu A Co The junly cebd rated
'.Sampler" Ocent Ciar; ntrlcily
Ilnviuia l heioot, uf it I ejutitui 11 ivor n
fu e hii ok' r, iind.not AeiiMve to Indie.,
even in ii rlom loom Till i" ii buiiiti
I'll Cignr. A mi ill lot of Vall dc
Culm. That Cignr uinkes a ninn feel
when Miinkluir an llionirb he whs little
nbove the couinion siook. You nniy nl
wajs notice him on tli" Kiieet by iluAvny
he struts. Also, thno Hiinll UlaiiilaH,
Romeihing ill Men ni from imy befoic In
A Viiw. Lot ol' Smoker'
CiSuoiIh, jut itceived fiom London.
Thefe, louetliir with lini wuious other
goodt, make the r-MOKEItV EMPOR
IUM the finest plm e tu purchnse in the
city. Cu-toiuoif M-;rved in a gentleman,
'7 lw 74 Port Btreet.
HOUSE TO LET.
HOUSETO I,hT AND FUHN1TUHE
for (.ale, nl Palatini. Ap ly ut
Weni.or & Co.'h Jewelry Klori.
17 lw L. K..S.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
AHOUSi: ANIJ COITAOE, ( OV.
tiilulng four lurje roLiui uud four
mull looiuu; nlbo, btuli, cirrint;o Jhhik',
with neirly one iiciu ot picture nnd t;ir
den, nilcBian wniei, itc. IVttin my
iiibdcrntu Apply lo (r.o. H. KonuitT
kos, l'liimhoii, fni key, tie. 1)5 lin
110 OlrS TO LET.
IUItNIsIlED HOOMS TO LET AT
. Kewilo, by the duy, weei; or inonih.
Ajiplv on pteinlteH t'i
t8Im W J. KAIIALKMXUNA.
STOCK TOR SALE.
rPEN UHOK KIZK HAWAIIAN
X Mule', In ok en to 8iiddu; bred at
KiiuIim Jtiiiuli, Pi ieu $100 each. Also
uveral twoyear.old llyri.o Colt", filed
by "Triumph,'' bou of " CasbliiH M Clay,
Ji." Apply to 0. ll.JUDD,
Old iu oi Alex. J. Ourtwrlght.
A NEW SLOOP, SUeet
long, 7 lect 0 Snellen beam,
S feet depth of hold, and 8
tons burden, with mils com.
plcle. 'I ho vessel Ik in perfect order
mid will be sold cheap. Apply to
88 lm E. H. HYAN.
, 1 -' S J
.OH AS. J. FISHEL,
Has just recuived ex Zei.lu.ndia, a beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10-Bufton Kid lioves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
A Fie sto&l of
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
CO ARID SEE HIS ftlEW STOCK!
1C8 No. CONiiuanu fctieet. 1y
King Street, between Fort and Alalcea Streets,
Has leeeivid t'er "Onus Spieikels, ' "DUcovery," and 'Alnmedn,'' a choice as
sortment of new goods. confuting in part of
Fre h Apple, Cape Cod Crnnbenie-, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
dine, 1, 2 mid !)lt thin; Maple i-yruj , fctnr Drips, Eureka Drips, Horn d Turkey nnd
Chicken, Lunch 'longue. Huii, iincon, Siluion in Kits noil Tins, Pig Pork, Cal.
Cheese, Laiil, Codflsh, Table Kui-InB, Curi.ints, Dntei, Nuif, Diuet'a Olive Oil,
Sugar Corn, Pens, Shrim-, Soiuul Mackerel, Oisteis, As-orteit ExlinctB, Choco.
lite, Pn,ne, Unking Fonder, Ten, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Poiutois, Cnions, Saloon
Hriail, Orai kcrs add Uakis, Sweet uud Sour Pickle--, Choice Frenih Peas, Hroamp,
Castile Soap To.lel Soap, Kerosine OU, Bran and O.U8 and a g;ucud nsborlmeut ot
lirtt-clai h goods.
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf-
I M POUTERS AND DEALEKB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT OOHNER FORT AND KINU STHEETS.
New Gondh ii reived by every Packet liom the Ftltein Stntei-nnd Europo
Fieh CuliioiuiH Pioduce lj eery Steiinicr. All OiceiiS fuithtully uttendtdto.
and Ooodh delivcud tunny purl ot the city fice of chnigc. Island oidcrs roll,
niteil. SatiBfiKiion iriiiiriinifiil. VcM, Office 1 ox 146. Tclcj hone No. Hi. "1fi8 ly
Importers ami Uontri'H In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nice iifnrtmcutof Oroiso&Blaukwell'B nndJ. T. Mortou'rt Engllsii Grororica
id win 8 on hand. Aim, n full line of the lending Amoiiciin br.indu of
Frefh Good of the Smon on ICE
. S S.
. TO KENT.
rpilK COTTAGE now occupied by
X Mr. K. V. Tinker, cnnliiiuiiig six
rooniH, bulb room, pantry, cramln tnoin,
etc. Theiu are aim Blables, cnnligu
house, M'lvint'H room, all in good order.
Apily to E. H. IIKKhRV. l Fuel do
Hunhuro Co.'h Ktoie, Foil bt. Ulltf
COTTACrE TO LET.
UHNI8HKD OH UNFURNISHED
ACottnuu on Iiiiuiilllo mid Flikol
Streets, furnUhcd complete for House,
kciplng, UhU of hornu and cairiago;
large gurden. Apply to
OHAS. .1 FIHIIEl,, .
IS If Cor. Fort &, Hotel Stu
MH. C. UOIFJ5 requeMs that nil bills
ngninHt the Jubilee Committee be
ciu him nt once. 17 lw
THE HE WILL BE A MEETING OF
the Hawaiian Kiile Association ut
Mutual Telephone Building, SATUR
DAY, Dec, 4th, in 7:30 p. m, All mem.
bcrs are requested to uttend.
03 2t J. II. FI6HEU, Sic'y
Time ! !
New Photograph Itooms.
OYER Nichol's Hore, Eort strret,
next lhe Shooting Gallery, Pic.
turcs, Portraits nnd views. Fiist-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
iO ly J. A. GONSALVES.
P. O. Box 207."
lecelved by every steamer ot the Occnnio
A3CEWLY l.UILT, COMFOIiTA
b!e II nive ot liioomn, w i 1 1 1 modern
iiiiliroveiiicnts and got il yard. Fuinbli.
o.l or iiiitiirniBlind; a fine location, uud a
mi Bt di Birnble place. A long tuim ton.
nut deblred. Ajiplv to
Ileal Esttitn Agent and Collector, No.
42 Jilerchiint Stupt. 8.tf.
AIL l'EUSOKS ABE I1EHEBY
ten bidden to ticsi-jia's or Minot
upon the binds of Wuilupoor Niti, Ii
laud of Ouliii, nnd any ponies found
trcbspasbing or shooting on such liimU
Will bu proM'cutid.
MBS. A. PERKY.
Dated Honolulu, Nov, 24, iBkU. 01 'Aw
ALL I'KUSONS AUU WARNED
not to trebiinea or. thoot (under
penalty of tho law) urn tho lnuda in
Kuticohu and Knicii, Oihu, owned or
leased by the unilora'irned.
Uy UerAitornov-lit Fact, P.O. Jonn.