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All vulcr ratcH due on term ending
Juue HO, 1687, must be paid nt tho office
of the Honolulu Water Works before
loth day of January, 1837. All rntos re
malnlng unpaid January If:, 18S7, will
be subject to nn aildltlounl 10 per cent.
Partlca paying rate s will piceut tholr
last receipt. C1IAB.B. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Approved : L. AIIOLO,
minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. -1, 1880. 00
BldllOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian lelnntls
Draw Etchangc on the
Baulc ol California, H. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sou, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zcnlnnd: Auckland,
Chrintohurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of HrluVh Columbia, Vic
toria, U. O., anil Portland. Or.
Transact a General Hanking Busbies1-.
h giU gaULdnu
Pledged to neither Sect ror Prtj.
But csUUlihod for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. DEC. 14. 188C
Probably the main tlifliculty in
the way of making good and durable
roads in the lower parts of the town,
from Merchant street seaward, is
the lack of natuial drainage.. The
land lies so low and the general con
tour of the surface is so even that
drainage requires to be created, and
this involves expense. The portion
of the town alluded to retains a
large proportion of the rainfall until
it either percolates or evaporates.
The consequence is, that the road
ways become thoroughly saturated
and softened by moisture during the
rainy season, and incapable of bear
ing heavy weights. Besides this,
these arc the very streets that arc
subjected to the most and heaviest
tralllc. Coral and other soft mate
rials that serve to make compara
tively good roads wtierc the condi
tions are different and the tralllc
less, are almost useless here. Un
doubtedly, the roadways in the vici
nity referred to are in an unsatis
factory condition, and demand at
tention. But the (list and most es
sential matter to attend to in con
nexion therewith is the devising
some means of drainage, which na
ture has omitted to provide in this
Chun Hook, tic Desperado.
- .i m m
His Third Escape.
False Report of His Recap
ture. At G o'clock last evening a tele
phonic message was received at the
Police Station from Kaneohe, an
nouncing Chun Hook's capture, a
short distance above the Halfway
House. In substance, the infor
mation was, thnt on passing over the
Pali, a Chinaman apparently dead,
was seen being dragged through
some long grass by two natives.
It was at once concluded that the
lifeless looking person was Chun
Hook, hence tho telephonic mes
sage. No time was lost in despatch
ing a posse of police, all well armed,
under the command of Olllcer Hop
kins. They pioceeded up the Valley
on horseback, followed by a hack to
convey the piisoner to tho Polico
Station. On reaching the Halfway
House, they spread themselves down
the valleys and up the mountains.
Their search proved futile, all they
saw, to give them hopes, was a tiail
through some long grass leading
into some thick brushwood, and
there all tracks ended. Darkness
setting in, the captain of the squad
gave orders for his men to "fall in"
and return to town. Nino extra
policemen remain in that neighbor
hood, the authorities being convin
encc of Chun still hiding mound
Having failed yesterday, but be
lieving they have a clue to the es
caped prisoner, the authorities have
again sent a squad of police in
charge of Hopkins on a similar
mission. They are armed to tho
teeth and feel sanguine of success.
Prof. O. T. Sherman, for somo
years in charge of the themometrio
bureau of the observatory, has re
signed his post at Yalo and will pre
sently go to Johns Hopkins Univer
sity to fill a year's engagement. Ho
has lately made somo important dis
coveries In spectroscopy.
Ill H&OflfJiKii ill
vm luLfVIEUiAl III
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
Tliis morning, our reporter, in
making his rounds "about town,"
was magnetically attracted, or
otherwise, to loiter in fiontoftho
Pacific Hardwaro Company's, store,
on Fort street. His eyes became
riveted on a grand display of silver
ware, and whilst admiring and con
templating over tho same he was
gtcetcd by a polite and courteous
salesman, an employee of the Com
pany, to lake a walk round the
store, and he, (the salesman),
would take pleasure in giving a
brief description of the various lines
of newly imported goods. Looking
ovethcad, our sciibe beheld the
Imest array of hanging lamps,
chandeliers, hall lamps with and
without hand painted shades, he had
ever seen. His attention- was then
turned to the window o from within,
lie there beheld a most inngniliccnt
collection of yrup stands, water
pitchers and goblets, silver plated
nulls, pickle stands, napkin tings,
vases, coffee urns, lea sets, beiry,
fruit, butler and pudding dishes.
These goods ate especially imported
from the manufactory of Alerldcn
and Aliddleton, Connecticut, U. S.
A. Turning within again, a show
case of Wostcnholm's penknives,
Wade and Butcher's celebrated
razors, and scissors of all sorts and
and sizes, but only of one quality,
the best. Overhead again, is to be
found a most unique collection of
The line of the company's hard
ware comprises everything fiom a
needle to an anchor, so to speak.
Being about to leave the premises
after this Hying visit, our reporter's
eye met an extraordinary looking
lamp in the window. It required an
explanation by the accomplished
salesman, our uninitiated scribe fail
ing to asceitain its utility. His
bluntness was sharpened by being
informed it was a "lioine-heater,"
specially adapted for the sick bed
side. On a pinch, it could be used
for other purposes congenial to the
tastes of a convivial party. This
brief notice gives but a faint idea of
the contents of that magnillcent
store known as the Pacific Hardware
THE CHUN HOOK HOAX.
"From Kaneohe, the wires flatbed
"Chun Hook is caught at last"'
The scoundrel's dead it matters not"'
His crimci arc. of the past."'
The magnates of- the law set foith
To escort his eoipo to town,
Hopkins led, eight sturdy men.
To vindicate the Crown.
They mounted plugs and fiery steeds .
Armed to the teeth, of course
"In case they met the scoundicl's
They feared they'd come off worse."
"The minion of the law looked well,"
And so did llor.ice Ciabbe,
The mourned corps equipped for war.
To club, to .-hoot, or st.ib.
The Pall i cached, they searched in vain,
For "Chun," alive or dead
But all they Tound, were tiacks of one,
Who'd to the mountains tied.
Exhausted, tired, well nigh worn out,
Hopkins leturned to town
And there he told a pitiful tale
Of his travels up down.-
The message tent, tmn'd out a hoax,
For once, the Crown as fooled,
Chun Hook's at large prepared to die
Than by a "Tripp" be l tiled.
Dollars talk (the natives say)
Tiie rewaia is liiucii too small,
To catch Chun Hook
They first must llnddiis handsome chain
He's loose, its true on Oahu's Isle,
"Ills days aio uumbcicd now"
Though David ought to stinln a point,
And say escapes are.
W. A. S. B.
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
ukkori: mil justick vnr.STOx.
This Court was held at Lahaina,
Maui, last week. His Excellency
Antone Rosa, Attorney-General,
prosecuted on behalf of the Crown,
and several members of the Bar
from Honolulu attended.
CRIMINAL CASKS HAWAIIAN JUKY.
The King vs. Sam Hook, larceny
of a horse. Appeal from Police
Justice of Wailuku. Mr. AV. A.
Kinney for defendant. Transferred
to Honolulu by consent.
The King vs. Kaahanui, selling
liquor without a license. Appeal
from local Circuit Judge. Mr. J.
Richardson for defendant. Verdict
The King vs. Henry Z. Kaipo,
burglary. Commitment from Dis
trict Justice for liana. Nolle pros
The King vs. Keahi Liilii Nahina,
perjury. Commitment from Dis
trict Justice for Makawao. Nolle
The King vs. Kapa Dom Lin, de
sertion of husband. Appeal from
Police Justice of Lnhairia. Messis.
Kinney & Peterson for defendant.
It was held by the Court, on the
motion of the Attorney-General,
that the case was not a criminal
case and was improperly entitled,
CRIMINAL CASKS I ORKIGK JURY.
Tho King vs. Charles Bolobola,
commitment from Police Justice of
Wailuku. Defendant was found
guilty and sentenced to two years
imprisonment at hard labor and
The King vs, Geo. C. Williams,
appeal from Polico Justice of Wai
luku. Mr. J. Wr. Kalua for defend
ant. On motion of defendant's
counsel the case was continued until
next June term on the ground of
Tho King vs." Miyasaki, assault
with a dangerous weapon. Com
mitment from Police Justice of Wni
luku. lion. Paul Neumann for de
fendant. Venue changed to Hono
lulu at January term on motion of
defendant's attorney, and with the
consent of the Attorney-General.
The King vs. Ah Chong, burglary.
Commitment from District Justice
of Makawao. Acquitted by unani
The King vs. Ah Kang, malicious
burning at Pain. Commitment from
District J list ice of Mnknwao. Messrs.
L. A Thurston. and J. Bichnidson
for defendant. Verdict of not
The King vs. John Enos, arson.
Commitment from District Justice
of liana. There was no appearance
of defendant up to the !)th instant,
when his bond was declared for
feited. CIVII, CASI.S HAWAIIAN JURY.
Kiknti and Nika vs. Kckchcua,
ejectment. Mr. J. W. Kalua for
plaintiffs, Messrs. Kinney & Peter
son for defendant. Continued.
Pooiki and Kahelc, her husband,
vs. Kealakua, ejectment. Mr. J.
W. Kalua for plaintiff, Messrs. V.
A. Kinney and Richardson for de
J. W. M. Poohea and Laic (w)
vs. llele (w) and Rawels (k), dam
ages. Appeal from District Justice
from Molokai. Continued,
civil, casus (mixkd juky.)
"Wailuktt Sugar Company vs. Pa
iwi, ejectment. Mr. J. W. Kalua
for plaintiff, Mr. J. Richardson for
defendant. Continued to next
Eight divorce suits were also con
tinued to next term for want of
proof. P. C. Advertiser.
TEA TRADE VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC.
The leading spirit in the new tea
route is Everett Frazar, who has
recently been over the toad, and
who predicts a lino tralllc in this
and other articles from the Oiient.
lie has seen all the leading im
porters in Canada and the Western
States, and says they aic much
pleased with the prompt and econo
mical deliveries of freight. Mr.
Frazar belongs to a firm that has
been established for 27 years in
China and Japan, and represents
the principal underwriters in the
United Slates in those countries and
in Corea. Teas for the Western
States leave the Canadian Pacific at
Emerson, going down to Glyndon
on the Northern Pacific, thence to
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, etc.
Teas for New Yoik and other Middle
States cross the St. Lawrence at
Brookville, thence over the Utica
and Black River road to the New
York Central at Utica, and thence
east, west, north and south. Teas
for Boston and the New England
States pass over the entire road to
Montreal, crossing into the United
States at Burlington, Vt. Five
vessels have already arrived at Bri
tish Columbia this season with car
goes of tea for the new route over
the Canadian Pacific. It is claimed
that these cargoes were valued at
S2, 000,000, and that this is only an
indication of the possibilities of the
trade. Another ship is now on the
way. From l.),000 to 18,000 bales
raw silk, valued at 510,000,000, and
on which the freight is 2,000,000,
arc annually imported into the
United States, and a fair portion of
this freight is expected. It is pro
posed to cover the route between
japan and British Columbia with
steamers, possibly next .season,
and to make the trip over in 12 to
IS days. The new route will cut
into the Suez tea trade more than
into that by way of San Francisco.
Wharves and warehouse will be put
up at Port Moody to accommodate
the traillc S. F. Bulletin.
WINTER EXCURSIONS. .
During the winter there will be
seven Raymond excursions from the
East to California. The first one
started from Boston on November
J th. Others will start . December
9th, January flth, January 20th,
February yd, February 17th and
March 10th. The price of tickets,
which includes railroad fares, hotel
bills and all other necessary ex
penses, ranges from S-M8.50 for
seventy-two days to $882.50 for
2-1.1 da3'8. Excursionists this winter
will find another very line hotel be
side the Del Monte, namely the
Raymond, at Pasadena. Every
member of tho excursion parties will
visit the Raymond, and have the
privilege of remaining as long or
as short a time as individual pre
ference may dictate. The same rule
will apply' to tho Hotel del Monte,
at Monterey, a lound trip ticket
from San Francisco to Monterey
and return being included in every
ticket. Two other celebrated Pacific
Coast resorts Santa Cruz and Napa
Soda Springs (the latter being sit
uated in the mountains, above tho
beautiful Napa Valley) arc includ
ed in the samo category, round-trip
tickets, to bo used at any time pre
ferred by the holder, being supplied
in every ticket-book. In San Fran
cisco, tho famous Palaco Hotel will
be, as usual, the head-quarters of
the excursion parties. The first
party arrived at the Raymond,
Pasadena, Sunday. "A'10,
According to Prof. J. Norman
Lockycar, tho English astronomer,
tho total number of stars of which
sonic knowledge can bo gained with
the optical aid now availablo js from
40,000,000 to 50,000,000. Only
about 0,000 are visible to the naked
eye 3,000 in tho Northern Hemi
sphere and 3,000 in the .Southern.
On Saturday, DooonVbor 18th
At 7 o'clock, nt oiir..Salf'sroomg1 Queen
Street, we will null at Public AuUton,
an Elegant Assortment of
Xiis and Holiday Goods
Comprising In pait a lorga and
vailed assortment of
Silver Plated Ware
Cut Ghs, Deny DMus, Chared
811 vor Ice Pitcher, Silver PhitulTen
Scivici, Roger llroh.' Cutlery, sil
ver Pitted Tabic Forks, Tablo
Knives, Tea and Table Sj,ooEs,Np
kl i, Rings, Cuke Dishes, Caiel ho
celvois, C.ill Hells, enc, etc.. ulc,
Large Steel Engraving;
"The Slug at Bay " An aortment of
OH PnlutlncN. I'hrouioK,
lnntil Crayon 1'alntiuRH,
I'altiteil IMmiucs. Inland Hrencry
An Elegant variety of
Co'npiislng Ueni'.s Toilet Cases,
Ladles' Jewel and Perfume Cnsjs,
Handkerchief and Glove I'oxc.
Plush and Docointid I'll to Albums, .
Combination & Uilt Picture Frames
I Pair Bronze Figures
" Music and Poetry;''
1 Pair Bionzcs, "Science and tho Aits."
Deroralcd Wall llrai kcts, Leather mid
PI ish S.itchcl,Sto c S3 ipcsat.d views
The ab ve is ln.t a partial list of tho
articles to hi sold.
S3f Pur luiihcr particulars sou Cata
logucs which will be issued at an early
We would call pailicular attention to
the above sale as Ibis is the II n est swsnrt.
ment of Holiday Goods cer offered at
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
08 -It Auctioneers.
Temple of Fashion!
To-morrow, at 10 a. 1
J. LYONS, Auet'r.
The undersigned has not been in
the habit of foolishly or falsely
puffing his goods, having been quite
content to rest upon tho approbation
of his patterns. The largo and in
ci casing patronage of the Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, together with the
growing demand for ico cream and
the wholesome and elegant cakes
made on the plnco, has been a satis
factory and sufficient aiibwcr to all
. The caid in tho Bulletin of tho
13th instant, wherein 1 am charged
by a certain Mr. Horn with making
false statements regarding some cako
of his manufacture, may, however,
require somo answer and I hcieby
desiro to Btate to said Horn and to
the public, that I have made no
assertion or statement legarding his
goods, nor is it my intention or desire
M) to do. "The proof of tho pudding
is in tho eating," and the evidence re
gaiding tho respective qualities of
the products of tho Elite Ico Cream
Tailors and of the said If 01 u, to tho
datu hereof, has been quite satisfac
tory to mo, and no doubt to an in
telligent and discriminating public.
II. J. HART,
Proprietor of Elite Ico Cream Parlors.
Honolulu, December 11, 188G.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
A NEAT COTTAGE on Lillha Street,
containing i rooms and kitchcr.
Apply at No. 8!t Lillha tittoet. 03 lw
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PUKM1SKS HlTUATJ'D ON
X I unahou Street called "Kauanilc.
lila," the pioptrty of O. II, Judd, are for
i-nlo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1BE0.
HAVING secured tho services of
MR. J. M. OAT, ns general pur.
ciiusing agent m ban vrnncu-co, i kmhii
ill future bo prepared to 1111 nil oulera lit
our lluti pirtimiiariy. or any special or
ders', with tho iKsurunco thnt Mr. Oai's
petsouul attention will bo i'.lven 10 the
feulcciion and purchase of all aiticles
ordered. J. II. SOPKR.
A WOMAN to do light houpowork
and plain Bowing. German pro.
ferrcd. Apply at the Pacific Hardware
Co, ' 04 lw
Christmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Change of Programme
PHI DAY, Dee 17th, nt 10 a. m., at the
Store of Thco. H. Davies & Co.
FRIDAY. Dec 17th, nt 7 p. m., at the
Store of Thco. II. Daviea & Co.
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. 18th, at
7 p. tn., at our Salesroom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 21st, nt 7
p m., at our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Dec 23rd, at
7 p. m., at our Salesroom.
tST Rosorvod Stmts for tho Ladies al all ol
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 5t Aictlonecrs.
On Wednesday, Dec. 15th
At 10 o'clock a. in , at onr salesroom,
Quern Strcl, wo will sill nt Public
Auction, a varied assortment ot
Iititlii't' nml Children's
Aprons and Caps,
Alo a lot of
Upholstered Parlor Set, Hhck Wal.
nut Ikdioom Set, t'aricts. Chair,
Glas and C.ojkerywarc, Kitchen
Slovc and Utensil, cti., etc., etc.
Also, Threo Brown Leghorn Fowls.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
03 It Auctioneer'.
By order of Messrs. H. IIACKPELD
& CO , we will M'll at Public Auction at
our salesroom, Queen Street, on
On Saturday, December 18th
At 11 o'clock, a. m.
On a Citdit to the Trade, an atsortment
of Liquors consisting of
(In Cubes and Uuskct;.)
A large Assortment of
BRANDIES & WHISKIES
(Quarts and Pint'.)
(Quarts and Pint.)
(Quarts and .I'iuV.)
Champagnes, Rhine Wines,
Claret, Port Wine, Sherry,
Kimmel, Etc., Etc.
TEltHS AT SALE.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
07 fit Auctioneers
Christmas Sales !
By order of Metsie. T. H. DAVIES &
CO., we will sell ut Public Auction at
their Salesroom, corner Eauhumauu and
On Friday, December 17th,
At 10 o'clock a.m. a lingo and varied
Selected especially for the Holidays,
comprising in pirt
PLATE GLASS TOILET MIRRORS
Embroidered Table Coveis,
Sofa Cii'liiui s,
Decorated Dinner Sets
Toilet Sets; a largo iiht-ortmcnt
TOYS & DOLLS
Laige Rocking Horses,
Wool and Liiiillum Mats.
Lawn Tennis & GricKet Sets
Wcrk l'oxi-8, Willing Do&Ue,
Decorated Fum, Unties' Sachels,
a Selection of
A Miriely i f Silk Ilai.keichiefs and
ftktirfa; a large selection of
IV JEJW DR,TJC
Large Center Bugs,
Bureau Bugs, Sofa Bugs,
Just opemd, of "lew and cleg .lit designs,
never befoioollerid for bulo.
The fc'aln will bo continued FRIDAY
EVENING an o'clock.
The above offers a splendid opporluu.
ily to procure npprcpilutu Christmas
Gcods, Tho article h lor fcnle will bo on
exhibition THURSDAY. Dec. 10th.
Kg- Reserved Seats for the Ladies.
JD. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 5t Auctioneers.
Credit Sale orLipors
i ' -
W. DkLon-o Post, No, -16, )
.m't ov Camfounia, (3 A.R.,
Honolulu, Dec 14, 1S80. )
There will bo a rcvulnr meeting of
Ibis Post, this, TUESDAY, evening, at
7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is dc.
Bind. Election of Ofllcctc.
11 W. LAINF,
J. P. Nom.K. Coinmmdcr.
THE above reward will ba given to
any pti'eon who will capiuie und
d'livrr to iho neaiu3t jnll, n t tiuicte
prisoner liv iho niinio of ACIU allai
CHUN IlOOK, who cseapid fioin the
pang at wink on Nuuanu V.illevRoad
bVtwicn the hotin r f 2 at d It o'clock of
Tuesday, December Itli. 18S0,
Bom at Canton, China; bl-ick hilr
cut sho t; brown eytsj height 5 feel Clf
Inches; not ninrihd; no aiout U8yrt.;
Inst from Honolulu. Him lound scar
under-light ear; ihree round n arks nn
left elbow; two round mark iindir lelt
or; round mark on right side of nose;
round lunik and tear on life sldo ol
nose; leivy niaik ocr left eyebrow;
ecu under "luwi r Ho; bevcral moles on
back of neck and breast; long cut miner
0" !lt Dcpuiy Mmslml.
OF THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA, by .1.
Tavernler, is now on exhibition In
Campbell's block, Qui-in Slriet.
Hours 1 lo 4 and 7 to H p m. Ad.
mbsinn: Adu ts, tO cunts; Children, 25
cents. 07 lw
The undersigned here" lib publicly
wnitij 11 Hut, of the Elite Ico Cream
Parlor, to desist fiom fi rthcr slumicious
nlk and imnooances against myself or
my business; or tin in iking um; of my
name in nuy shape or lorm, as I have no
ihing in common with slid Hart; oilnr
wise I -ball lakepioccedingsngaimthhn
uccoiding to law, in order to piotcct my
lciiutalion and the good will of my bual
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Clo
an'l O.-nanunicr, Hotel .Strict.
Honolulu, Dee. ltlth, 1888.
HoiiOi.ui.u, Dec. 12th, 1880.
To the Editor of the Herald:
Drak Sin: Thebeauiiful cake, with
oilier dellcacies.lhat Mr Horn so gen
crnuslv donated to the Piioty fair last
Satuiday we-k, was co'd fir Iho sum of
$12, being subsciibed for by twelve citi
zens at u c'olhir each, who each look
away their share with them. It was noi
cut up by Hint of the Elite Ice Cream
Parlor and rllstiibuled to the Reform.!
tory School boys, as is said to have been
stated by the s-uid Hart.
A prominent Judge's lady uncrlock
the disposal of the rnkc, and two gentle
men (who wcro sub cribers) cut It up
null handed it, under the Indy' direc
lion, to tho uni'ilning contributors.
Eveiy one w.is well satisfied with Mr.
Horn' skill and handhwuk, and the
cake wii nil that could be wished for,
and well worth the money subscribed
or if. I am yours, etc ,
Suiisci iuKii to rnu Cake
Kapalama, Dc'c. 12th, 1SSC.
Deaji Mn. Horn : In reply to your
query with regatd lo the huuUimie cake
ilonaud by yen lo Ihe Priory fair yis
ler.lay week, 1 huve to state that I was
one of the gentlemen (Mr. P. L. CI like
being the other), who assisted in cutting
up nml distributing the same' to the
twelve subscribers of whom I was one.
The cake wus certainly net given to
my Reformatory School Bind boys and
whoever says so is guilty of nn untruth.
H.R. II. Printers Likelikc very kindly
undertook lo see that the boys wcro am.
ply provided with rcfrohment-j, and
they bad nil they wished for.
The cake was not only a vciy hand,
some one as a work of art, but was ev.
ceeding'y tauy and delicious.
You ure at liberty to make ue of this
in anj wuy you may think fit.
I nm, dear sir, youis, etc.,
GKOinu P. Guitst.EY Jackson,
07 lw Principal Ref 'limitary Si'lu.ol.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
2,500 Packages of
HAY & GRAIN
Just ice ivid ex baik dylon at
JOHN F. COLBURN'S
0 Kiu? Street. lw
A REWARD OF $10, AND NO
question asked, will bo puid fjr
tho icturn ol certain personul pnpers,
lost on Fiiday night, in I hist., from tho
shoeing thop of Mr. C. B. ilson, being
in no vaiuo io any euio uui iiie owner.
The papers lo be left at the Buli.kti.n
Oflli'c. 01 lw
1 HEREBY give notice thnt from
and after this dale, I will not
bo responsible for any debts con
tacted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188G. 28 3m
On account of dcpaiture,
til n cntiio Now House and
Finn Lot. on Lumilllo Kirent
us. -d by Mi' O. Duval. There are, down
btuirs, ii large aror, dining room, 1 bod
room, kitchen, nmitry and bathroom;
upstahs, !1 laigjiiid rooms, all supplied
lih closets, For further information,
apply on iho picmbej. 01 dw
IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons
that I will not bu rcpoiitilila for
any debt contiao'cd in my name without
my written order.
JOHN M. VIVAS.
Honolulu, Dec. 14th, 1680.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Proprietors! take pleasure in an.
uouuclng to their fii'mds and tho gne.
nil public, thai they have rotund rlcii und
relliltd tho piemhei immediately above
Hotel Slice', where on ni.d after next
Saturday Eve will bo found the brst of
The Matkct affords.
The .Stock was purchased under the
sui crvlslon o Mr. J.is. Dodil, while
Knst, and having been fo long in Iho
business, he know.- the wants of the
trade, and line purebred tho article that
will pi o.i -c the mist fns'iilious.
Thanking our fiieuiN and pitrons for
pist favor.'', and desiring a continuance
of the sunle,
Wo are, icspeetfutly jour,
04 lw Pioprleiors.
C. W. MACFAHLANB.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
interest of II. M. Dow in tho business
of West, Dow &, Co., Fort street,
Honolulu, has been purchased by G.
West. Tho business will bo conduct
ed under the firm iinino of West Dow
& Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
lo manage, but without any further
responsibility for this firms debts or
All debts due tho late linn of West
Dow & Co,, should bo 'paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay all debts
due by it.
WEST DOW & Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December 13th, 1880. 07
law. Bell Tiuliffi Go.
FROM THE P1KST DAY OP JAN
uaiy next, ihe rental c f ins'ruinents
at present in uto in the Districts of Ewn,
Waianac, Waialun and lCoolnupoko will
bu reduced to 5 00 p-r morth.
GO DPR Y BROWN,
07 1m President.
KC. J. NOLTE
Has ji si received a 1 rgc assort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable '
Also a Inige stock of all the most
Popular ami Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest Deigns, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
THE undersigned v.m appointed as
At-Mgneis iu the Bankruptcy of
Quong Teen York Kee, of Honolulu, on
the aisl September, A. 1). 18f0, and all
persons who have not tiled their claims
with the undesigned and do not do so
on or beforo ihe 0th day of December
instant, their claims will not be allowed
ns iho undersigned will flle his accrnrnts
on the the 21st instant for a final hear
ing, before the Hon. A F. Judd, Chief
Justice. W. C. PARKE,
th-s-lu-lh b Assignee.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direot
AV-E-SISLi (STJSAJUEU IF SUF--fi
lent inducement is offered) will
leave Yikohama for Honolulu direct
about March next nnd will taUn freight
and passcniieis at very low rate.
Liboiers und others wishing to pre.
engago passage for their families or
friends may make nriiuigcmcuts with
iho undi r-lgned. Por frulcht or passage
OQ imply to PAUL BOHM.
To Planters ami Employers
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
intimate that ho has made arrange
ments to bring from Japan experienced
Indies' maidx, housemaids, childien's
muses, hoiibo nnd sUblo boys, garden.
cip, and general servants, agricultural
an'l general laborers, Bailo-s, etc.
The knowledge acquired by the un.
dirslgmd of the Japanese dining his
btay of 10 years in Jnp in enables him to
select riiltiiblopurium, which will give
satisfaction to their employers.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
of till opportunity to hccuie good ser
vants and laborers will plenso coiumiinl
calu wllh Iho uudertlgncd, who will call
at ofllces and piivate houses, If desired,
to glvolnfoumiilcn nnd receive order.-'.
Tho undeisigned has had much ex.
pciic'iico with the Ubniing cIiimjch of
Julian, and with his knowledge of the
liiiicuage, may bo able to give valuable
advice lo phintors and olheis. He Is
will'iigtn vl'll plautitions mid mills on
he Island. PAUL BlilIM,
No. 12 Birelanlii Sneer, or Nn. 81
King Sticct. Muliinl Telephone ila.
TO LET OK LEASE,
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tabling four I urge rocnu and four
tnrtll rooms; also, stall, cairhigu house,
with nearly ono ucie of pasture and gir
den, uitcslau wutcr, etc. 1'einis oiy
moderate Apply to Gko. II. Robeiit
eon, Punnhou, for key, etc. 05 lm