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MihiiMiiiriiiiMuaiM)iwriififiiiMirihMhiiiii 11 iinm m n . i-. ni'.-. ..rturn
All water rates due on term ending
Juue 80, 1ES7, must be paid nt the office
of the Houolulu Water Works befoic
15th duy of Jnuunry, 1857. All rates re-
tnalnlng unpaid donuniy Ifi, 18&7, will
be subject to on additional 10 per cunt.
Parties paying rates will present their
last receipt. CHAS. 11. WILSON,
Sup't. Uonnlilu Water Woiks.
Approved: L. AHOLD,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, Dec. I, lfSO. no
Honolulu Hawaiian Irdnnds
Umw Exchange on the
Bnuk oi Cnlll'ornlii, !. T
And their agents hi
NEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercinl Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The- Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
Thu Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohristohuroh, sinil Wellington,
The Bank of llritish Columbia, Vic
toria, U. C, ami I'nrllnnd, Or.
Transact a General Hanking llmducbs
Pledged to neither Beet uor fait;.
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. DEC. l.r. 1880.
HOW IT GROWS.
Honolulu is yet but a small place,
nevertheless it is expanding rapidly.
It is, we regret to say, a city that
holds its own, in proportion to its
number of inhabitants, in the matter
of scandal, defamatory leports, and
street talk that tends to inflict im
prutcd disgrace on itt. victims. It
is not, however, conlined to the
street corners. It is carried to pure
homes, and repeated to loving
fathers and mothers unci sisters. Our
innocent families arc only loo pi one
to believe what they hear. In nine
cases out of ten, after an habitual
scandal-monger has related his story
of so-called news, if asked for its
authenticity, he could only reply,
Mr. and Mrs. So and So told me. In
fact, the accomplished detractor
knows nothing about the matter he
has spread beyond what he was told,
and even then, it was probably
second hand. The more tongues
that repeat the story, particularly if
it be of a defamatory character, the
more the story becomes embellished,
exaggerated and distorted. Hono
lulu has more than its share of such
people. The native Ilawaiians are
naturally a credulous class of people,
and invariably believe all they hcai.
In this connexion they arc not
hingular, the uneducated foreigner,
nr white man, as he is called, being
equally guilty of committing the
crime of scandal. Even the edu
cated, or more intelligent portion of
the community, cannot bo exempted
from a similar chaige. II is not
confined to men only. It is con
tagious, ho to speak, and the weaker
sex are apt to fall into the trap.
A case in point is heie given to show
bow a simple thing may be exagger
ated to the deti intent of those con
cerned: Last week, Bandmaster
llcrgcr finding one of his drums out
of order, and having an engagement
to fulfil on Saturday night last,
applied to the principal of the Re
formatory School for the use
of the big drum and one small
drum. The drums were accordingly
furnished to Sir. liergcr. Whilst the
drums were being carried from the
school towards town, somebody read
the words "Reformatory School" on
the big drum. The same party or
parties, hearing music that night at
the opening of the "Criterion," at
once concluded that the services of
the school band were placed at the
disposal of Messrs. Doddand Miller,
proprietors of the above named
establishment. It is even said that
the matter was repoited to head
quarters, the President of theHoaid
of Education. The fact was and is,
that n few of Ucrgcr'H band boys
complied with the icqucst to play
for Mr. Dodd that night, and whilst
they wciobo doing, the Reformatory
, School boys were within their dormi
tories and probably in the arms of
A moiul can be drawn from this
incident by each ono for himself and
SUBURBAN FIRE COMPANY.
Not long since there was boiiio
talk atwut supplying tho submits
of Honolulu with lire-extinguishing
jipparatus, for immediate uso in cases
of fire, before tlic Are companies
from the city could rcacli the epot.
Tho matter was confined to the le
gion of talk, probably tlic carrying
into effect being found Impracticable
at the time. The extensive- and
populous district in the direction of
Waikiki was tho particular district
spoken of. No doubt, tho idea is
bound, and a hand engine with a
little hose, placed in some central
position in that locality, might any
day be the means of cutting short
nn incipient blaze, that would other
wise deu'lop into a destructive lire,
before the regular brigade could
possibly be on hand. It is now sug
gested that a proposition of a similnr
nature has a chance of better sttc
ccy il made to another Mibuib, on
the opposite side of the city Pa
latini. This is an extensive district
with a niitueious population, mainly
composed of woiking lticn. Ileie is
the material for a stiong lire com
pany, and no doubt a snlllcient num
ber of volunteers would cheerfully
give their services. Resides the
necessary bone and muscle, the dis
trict has u'publie-spirited resident
lion. J. I. Dow sett who is prepared
to furnish a local company with an
engine shed and a meeting room, in
a central location, flee of charge.
We recoid the fact for the informa
tion of the Kire Department, and
respectfully suggest the matter as
worthy of their consideration.
The equable climate of the Ha
waiian Islands, to persons born and
raised under the often Irowning
skies and boisterous elemental dis
turbances of higher latitudes, would
seem to urive assurance of immunity
to mankind front the many distem
pers which are supposed to "blos
som amid the snows." It is quite a
common advice for medical men in
other lands to olfer invalids, that
they had belter seek a milder clim
ate. Rut, strange to say, the
"milder climate" of the Hawaiian
Islands boasts of neuralgias, rhtinta
tisins, colds and chills as well as
that of not them Eutope or the
praiiie regions of America. The
inference is that maladies assumed
to be indigenous to certain localities
are more likehy due to constitutional
conditions, diet, modes of living
and moral habits. And while it is
perfectly conect to say that this is
one of the finest climates in the
world, il is absurd to hold it up be
fore the inhabitants of other lauds
as a "cure all." To do so is simply
to invite "the sick, the lame, the
halt and the blind" to our sltotcs.
The most that ought to be said of
climatic intlucnccs on poisons in
bad health is that they retard or
assist nature in the exetcise ol her
inherent recuperative powets. To
persons whose disease have already
destroyed these recuperative powers,
Hawaii or any other country, in the
ominous words of the family physi
cian, "can do nothing."
A IIOKSi: AND OAKIflAdi: STOI.f.N'.
On Monday evening one of tlrt)
United Carriage Company's hacks
was standing in front of the main
entrance to the Hawaiian Hotel.
The diivcr left his seat for a moment
to look after the person employing
him, who was witnessing the billiard
match between Morris and Mc
Cleery. Whilst lis back was turned
some' malicious hoodlum mounted
the diiver'.s seat, drove the caniagc
away, and was seen to proceed
down Richard street. Later on,
the carriage was seen on Queen
street, and it then contained one
male and two females, one of the
latter driving. The driver ptoper
was distracted and spent the best
part of the night looking for his
team. His search ptoved fruitless.
At an early hour yesterday morning,
a fellow driver of thu same company
was passing along the Waikiki end
of Merchant street. lie thoro saw
the carriage and horse hitched to a
telephone post opposite the resi
dence of Mr. W. M. Gibson. The
poor horse showed signs of fatigue,
more particularly from want of
water, caused, no doubt, by over
work. The lamp and splash hoard
on the lelt side oi tho vehicle were
morn or less damaged, and the whole
turn-out suffered from the malicious
transaction. In that condition the
carriage was relumed to its owner,
and to put it to tight it has cost
him (piitc a little sum. The pur
lolner of the carriage is known, and
to save fiudicr Uoulilo he had belter
own up like a man, pay for the dam
ages, and nothing more will be said.
GEO. W. DE LONC POST, C. A. (1.
At a regular meeting of (!eo. W.
De Long Post, -15, J)ept. of Cal.,
G. A. R., held Inst night, tjio fol
lowing olllcers were elected for tho
ensuing term: J'. C, R. W. Lnino;
S. V. C, V. V. Asltfoid; J. V. C,
Jan. T. White; O. D., 1 Turrell ;
(. MM R. Jay Gieenj Suigeon,
N. II. Emerson'; Chaplain, T. II.
Roehmj O. G., William Williams;
Repiesenlatives to Dept. Encamp
ment, W. K, Smith null Geo. C.
- nrtuHCTi ,n,J r,
"Williams) Alternates, J. I'. While
and 15. L. 1'atker. After tho meet
ing, upon invitation of Post Com
mander Lninc, the Post adjourned
to the Elite ice cream saloon, where
an enjoyable hour was spent, listen
ing to reminiscenses of tho war, and
regaling tho inner man with ico
TtKsn.vY, December Mth.
In re cMatc of .1. M. Oat, de
ceased, befoic the Chief Justice, the
Court yesterday heard the applica
tion of J. Mart Oat, administrator,
praying that his accounts bo ap
proved, he dischaigcd and his bond
cancelled. Tlueeof the heirs were
present, and no objections being
olfercd the accounts were approved,
the adntinistiator discharged and his
bond cancelled. The accounts show
iceeipls $8 11.17, payments S"'J7..'U,
balance SI 10.81!, which b consent
ol the heirs was authorized to be
paid to the widow of the deceased,
and the administrator was ordered
to llle her receipt for the saute in
Couil. The administrator appealed
In the equity suil of Kealawai
(k.) and others against Mawac (w.)
and her Ititsbaud, begun Monday,
the Court (Judd, C. J.) heard the
evidence of three more native wit
nesses and continued hearing till the
'27th itist. for the testimony of other
witnesses now on the island of Maui.
1 1 was stipulated that the evidence
of W. 11. Halstead. the olllcei who
took the acknowledgment ol the
deed now attached, be taken on
Monday next. So far .seven wit
nesses have been examined. Kin
ney and Peterson lor plaintiffs, A.
Rosa for defendant.
Before Picston, J. In the matter
of the bankrupt estate of Sing Kee
and Fook Chong, both of the dis
trict of Ililo, Hawaii, the Court
heard the application of J. K. llack
fcld, the assignee in both estates,
piaying for appioval of his accounts,
his discharge and cancellation ot his
bonds. Accounts examined and ap
proved, assignee discharged and his
bonds cancelled. In the lormer
estate the total amount of claims
protcd was 0,080.50; assets rea
lized upon, was 1,220.85 ; paid pre
ferred claims, SU2. !)"; paid divi
dends at the late ot 3.A per cent,
1,087.90. In the l"ookCliong es
tate claims proved, $2,77'2.'d(i ; as
sets realized upon, $052.80; pre
ferred claims paid, $1 18.01 ; leaving
a balance of $50:1.80 applied to divi
dends at the rate ol 17! per cent.
The assignee appeared for himself.
'i m: Micium.s ixsuisAXOK cam:.
Chatlcb Michiels, plaintiff in two
insurance cases enleicd for trial at
next January Term of the Siipieine
Court, against the Hartford Eire
Insurance Company of Hartford,
Conn., for assumpsit in the sum of
$2,500 and against the Commercial
Insurance Company of California,
for the sum of $2,500, has filed in
the cleik'b ollicc two other suits,
this time against tho South British
Fire and Maine Insurance Company,
both of New Zealand, claiming in
both tho sum of $5,000, which
amount together with the amount of
$5,000 claimed in the two ptevious
case-, complete the amount of insur
ance on the stock ol dry goods
owned by plaintiff at the time he
was burned out. These four cases,
no doubt, will he tried all at the
same lime, as the issues and mat
ters ot fact apply to all of the cases
alike. Mr. O. 6. Berger is the Ho
nolulu agent of said companies.
Messis. Neumann, Whiting &
Creighton for plaintiif; Mr. J. T.
Dare for defendant companies.
Wi:ixusoay, December 15th.
Before Preston .1 In le-guardian-
slup of Eliza Meek of Honolulu a
minor, Application by John Meek
and wife, parents pf the minor that
Geoigo S. Houghtailing of llpnoliilu
he appointed guardian of their
daughter. The Court granted their
request, and ordered that letters of
guardianship issue as prayed under
bond of $500. Tho minor owns in
her nun right leal p.operty situated
in Kooiaupoko and Honolulu valued
at $:),()()(), upon which an income of
$350 is realized annually. Mr.
Houghtailing qualifying himself
letters were issued. V. A. Whit
ing appeared for the applicants.
Ileioie William Foster, Master
In S. Ephraiin vs. Bnik Forest
Queen. Continued fioin Monday.
Ftlither deposition of witnesses was
taken and filed to lie used at the
trial of the case. Neumann for
plaintiff; Hatch for defonditnt.
Thursday Wight, Dec. 16th
At 7 o'clock, ill m, Hilesrooin,
And Gold Jewelry.
A lingo nstoilmcnl of ,
Tim finest dl-phiv of the Beanmi. Ami
one Fine Toned
NQIIASSM i'lAKO FOKTK,
tni- lllialiw for J.nitlt-H. '611
3.EAV1S J. LEVEY,
01) It Auctioneer.
On Saturday, Docombor 18th
At 7 o'clm 'k, at our Salesrooms, Queen
Stieet, we will m-U nt Public Auction,
an Elegant Assoitment of
Xmas ami Holiday Goods
Compulsing In putt a brgc and
vat led ti'Miilnieiii ol
Silver Plated Ware
Cut 01i9-, lieirv Dldiis, (Jlmrcil
Si'vcr lec Pitcher, alitor Plated T a
Spiviee, IPigcr I5ro".' Cutlriv. rdl
cr Pliitcd" Table Forkt, Ti.hlo
Knives Tea and Table S, nop, Xiip.
kin, Rings, Cake UUlit-, Cutd he
ceivcis, Gill Hull", cue, etc. etc.,
Lane Steel Burjwiii
This Sing nl Ha " An noitmont of
Oil PnlulliiRN. CUii'oiitiiH,
l'liHtcl C'injoii t'ntutliiKK.
I'nintcil rinqiM-M, IhIuikI Scenery
An Elcyuut v.uiet of
Cnmpiislng Gent's Toilet Cases
Ladies' Jiwcl and I erfiunu Ciiss,
Handkerchief and Glove llox.es
Plush and J) coin ted I'll toAlbums,
Coinh'natiim & IJilt Pieluie Fuinies
I Pair Bronze Figures
" Music and Poctrv;"'
1 1'nlr Hronzi's "Solum o and the Ailt."
Dccointid Wall I rai Kcis leather and
Pl'isli Satchel-, Sto e n ipcsuud vlew-f
The ali.ve Is but a pnitlul list of the
aiiielcs to hu Mild.
E2T iFor further paitieulais see Caiii
logue which will lie Nsucd at an early
Wu would call paiticular attention tn
thu above tale as this is the liaesl a'toit.
mint of Holiday Goods ever oflcred at
ADAMS & CO.,
Aerouiilnnt, I.nml nud Itato A tie lit,
mill Ai erase AiljiiHlcr.
Tetupoiaiy clllcf.: adjoining Tahiti
Lemonade Depot, Hotel btirct.
Heferenecs lion." A. S I leghorn, It.
J Creighton, lq.
Tdepl.o e No. :iC0 09
COTTAGE TO LET.
"N NUUAXU STKkET, a Cottage
i outainbur !! room-, e u
Oil in .1 wS. W. HUBERTS
11 OM Januny 1, 18:7. The buauti
fill dwelling premises now occu
pied liy A. .1. C.ir might, Jr 'I he
picinie- ale Incited on Nuuanii Koad,
about I).., mili funi the Honolulu
Wharfs A -plendid chance to piocure
a comfui tabic hoiin- with nice guden.
Rent $.'0 per month
in lw A Jaeger, Agent.
'nillC I'KICMISKS lately occupied by
X Queen Emma, situate on the south
coiner of Kuiiiimi and Heielunia streets
aie oll'ered for rental for a trim of years
upon leasonable tcnn. Apply lo
Olltf Treas. (Jueeu'ri Hcspi al.
,-9"-- The beautiful Cre.un
v V Cob red .Mar with si).
vei mane and mil, uitcn
seen on the street driven
by a lady; is said to be
veiy fast, is for la'e at Mr. h. V.
Gi.uiani'.. .-table, for the very reasonable
figure ot $300.00. 01) lit
1VFISS CHILLBURG, Milliner,
-LlX lornicilyai .Mis. J,aek'n Iiiib re
mined to NIcoll's Hluck, o 'posiiu (he
Maililo Woiki", wheie she will be
pleabid to see her friends, nud to attend
lo all oidens in her line Latent
Style and lewt quality of
Work. - 0!)
qMlE UNDElfSIUNKD HAVING
-L been appointed Anlgnci'b of the
Kfilate or LAM CHOOIC, of Honolulu,
H bankrupt, nil ucirflns indebted to said
j state aio hereby noli (ltd to pay the
same iinmvdintclv to the wirtcrslqnert.
W. O, PAHKB,
llonolu'u, O-c. IB, 18-0, 01) 2.3w
Gleaner's Pink Fair!
The Sllritioiiaiy Cleaner's Society will
hold a "PINK JFA1K" at tho i ar.
lois ol'tho EoruSl. Church on
Friday Evening;, Deo. 17th
Theio will be Kancy Aiticles for bale,
aKo Cake and ko Cream all al modcrnlu
Th ii ,k01l Woinuii in u Shoo"
and the "Hl IVmuit Woinuii "
L will bo In aitendantu.
i Dcori. uien at 7 o'clock. Sale of Ar
ticle i commoiiees at 7 ;!i0.
VtliuiHNioii .r CcntN.
COTTAUE TO WENT,
A NEAT COT PACK on I.illha Street,
XJL conlnining 4 rooms and kitchen.
Apply at iNo. Hit Llllha htrtel.
A WOMAN to do light hoiifowork
and plain Ecwiinr. (leinian nro.
Apply at Iho I'nciilo Huidwaio
iimimfMln nun iixiMiimmj 'n "f 1
Christmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Chnngo of Progrnmmo
FRIDAY, Die nth, nt 10 n. m., at the
Store of Then. II Pavlcs & Co.
PHI DAY, Dec. lth, at 7 p. tn., at the
Storo of Tlico. It. Davie & Co.
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. IStli, nt
7 p. m., nt our Salcsioom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. '-'1st, nt 7
p. in., ft our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 23rd, nt
7 p. in., al our Salesroom.
EfT' Hoscrvcd Soals for tho Ladies nt all ol
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
07 51 Aietlonceis.
Christinas Sales !
By order of Mutsrs. T. II. DAV1ES &
CO., vvcttlll hull at Public Auction at
tluir s'aleroom. coiner Kiiahuuiami and
On Friday December 17th,
AtlOo'iloik n. ni. u hi g and varied
Seleetid especially for the Holidiiy".
cutnpi isliig' in part
PLATE GLASS TOILET MIRRORS
Enilnoldeied Table Coveis,
Sofa Cu hloi.s,
Decorated Dinner Sets
Toilet Sets; a huge ii-ortment
TOYS & DOLLS
Luge Rooking Horse-,
Wool and Lioilium Mils.
Lawn Teiinis & Cricket Sets
WtiU Poxes, Wi ilinj' Desks,
Decorated Fun', Ladies' Sachels,
a Selection of
WILLOW JTUXtlN IX-JR.TO
A variety i f Silk Ilnnkciehicfs and
fScaifs; a large selection of
Jarge Center Rugs,
Bureau Hugs, Sofa Rugs,
Ji st opciud, ot new and cleg nt dolgns,
never befoieollend for bide
The t-nlc will lie continual FIJI DAY
EVENING nl 7 o'clock.
Tne al oe oilers a splendid oppoilliu
i ly to piocuru npprnpiinte Clni'-lmas
Goods. The nitidis lor sale will be on
exhibition TtlUKSDAY. Dec. 10ih.
2Gf Reserved Seats for the Ladies.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
7 fit Auctioneers.
U.V onUr of Messrs. II HACKFELD
& CO , we will sell at Public Auction at
our salon eom, Queen Street, on
On Saturday, December 18th
At 11 o'clock, a. in.
On a Credit to the Tiaiie, an aisortment
of Liqums loisNiiug ot
(In Cases and Banket?.)
A largo Assortment of
BRANDIES & WHISKIES
(Quurts and 1'iiiN.)
(Qnnits and Pints.)
(Quarts and I'lnis,)
Champagnes, Rhine Wines,
Claret, Port Wine, Sherry,
Kimtnel, Etc, Etc.
TERMS AT 8ALE.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
07 5t Auctioneers
REWARD OF $10, AND NO
muHtlons iit-ked, will bo paid for
uiu leiiun 01 ceuaiu peifoonai pnpeis,
lost on Friday night, tid Inst., from the
shoeing ihop of Mi. 0. Ii. ilson, being
of no value tn any one but the owner.
Tho papers lo bo left at the liui.t.rriN
onicc. 01 lw
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE I'RE.MISKS SITUATI D ON
X I unuhou Street called "ICiiiianilc
hla," the piopeity of C. II Judd, aie for
tale 01 for lease for a In in of jems.
For particulars liupiiru of
ALEX. J. CAKTWRIQHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, IfcSO.
HAYING bccured tho sorviees of
MR..I. M. OAT, H8 general pur
cluiBlng agent 111 San FrnnciKio, I siwill
n future bu prepared to 1111 al ordeis in
our line j)iriiciilily, or any spi'ijiil or.
ders, with the Hhiiianco that Sir, Oat's
jiciboual utteiitiim will be given to the
selection and puicbupu of all articles
ordered. (.08) J. II. SOPER,
$300 He ward.
fTMIE nlutvo reward -v 111 ho given to
X any pinon who will rnptuio nnil
dillvtr to iho neatest j-ill, a ( limco
prisoner hv tho nnmc if AC1U alias
CHUN HOOK, who ceaiul fiom Iho
cntignt woik on iiiuu villuv itoau
bclwion the houv. ( f 2 al d a o'clock ol
Tuesday, Dor ember 7th, 16SQ.
Dm u nt Canton. China ; block hilt
cut shnit; brown i'.u; height fi feet Olj
inches; not inhrilul; age aiotit US jr.-. ,
lust from Honolulu. Has loiuiil snu
under ilhi ear; thicc ro nil irnrkscn
left cllmw ; two round minks i mli r loll
oil; round mark on right side of nose;
round in lk and tcir on l ft side ol
niia; lii'ivy milk out Ufl cjubrow;
cii under "low-ir II ; seveial nioli" on
back of neck and bieast; long cat under
0" !lt Deptny M'irsliul.
OF THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA. by .1.
Tavcinler, Is now on exhibition in
Campbell's lilonk, (ucin Slieel.
llouis 1 lo -l and 7 to Up in. Ail
mbslon: Adil ts, f.O lents; Clilhlieu, 2,"i
cents. 07 Iw
The undeislgned herewith publicly
wains II Halt, of the Elite lee Cream
Pallor, to desl-l Pom f l ther shndeious
tn'k and announces against myself or
m business; oi llicm iUiu3r me of m
name in any sliupo or lorm, as 1 have no
thing In common with siid Halt; oilier
wl'o I hall take pioccodingsngalmt hhn
i eejidlng to law, in older to ptotcct mv
lepuiation and tho good will of mv 1 n
no.-.. F. Hi UN.
Piaeticil Confectioner, l'asir.v Ci o
nn I OriiaiiKiiler, lintel Stuet.
Ilo olulu, Die. 1 1th, l&itJ.
HiiMii.t 1 1 , Dec. Pith, 1880.
To the Eiliior of tin-1 lent hi;
l)Ku Silt: Tin lrjsiii iful cake, with
other delicnjdcJ, that Mi Horn mi gen
ernuMv donated to thu I'limy fair last
Satuiday wo k, waso'd in the sum ol
$12, laiiig subscribed for by twelve citi.
ens at a collar each, who each tuck
away their share with Ihein. It was not
cut up by Unit of tho Elite Ice Cream
Parlor and dlMiibulcd to the Itefoimi
tory School hojs, as is said lo have been
stated by the said Hart.
A pioraincnt Judge';, lady uneitoik
the disposal of Ibe i alio, and two gmtle.
men (who weio si,b crihcr) cut it up
and bandrd it, uiuler the Indy'n direc
t i o i , to ibe lem.duing contributors.
Kveiy one wis well batislied with Jlr.
Horn's skill and handiwoik, and the
take wn-i all that could be wislnd for,
and well worth the money subscribed
or it. I am ynuis, etc ,
SUlfsCl IlIEll to the Cakk
Kacat.ama, Dec. 12th, 1SS0.
Dr.Au Mn. IIohn: In uply to your
queiy with lugaul lo the liiuiUdiic cake
(loinmd l.y y- u lo the 1'iioiy fair yis.
ter.lay weelt, 1 have to slate tha't I wa
one o'f the gentleinen (Mr. F. L. CI like
being the oilier), who assisted in cutting
up and li-ti Uniting the same to the
twelve S'lbsenbis of whom 1 was one.
The cake was ctriniuly not given tn
mv Reformatory t-choul Bind I103S nnd
vtiiocvei says m it Kiiilty ot an uiitiutli.
II It. II. I'lince-is Llkilikc eiy kind y
uiiitLitnuk to see that iho bos were ain.
ply piovided with icfrclunciits, and
they had all thej- wished for.
The cake was not only a veiy hand
some 0110 us a work ot art, but "was cv
ceedhig'y tasty and delicious.
You arc nt libeily to make u-e of this
in any wiy ym may think lit
I am, dear sii, youis, etc ,
Geohui: F. Gm:sr.i:v .Tacksok,
07 lw Principal Kef Minatory School.
The nuclei signed has not been in
the habit of foolishly or falsely
pulling his goods, having been quite
content to lest upon tho appiobation
of his patients. Tho huge and in
cicasing pationagc of the Elite lee
Cieani I'ailois, together with the
glowing demand for ice cieani and
thu wholesome and elegant cakes
made on the place, lias been a satis
factory and Bullieienl answer to all
The caid in the Dui.i.irn.v of the
13th instant, wheicin I am charged
by a certain Mr. Horn with making
false statements regaiding sonic cake
of his manufacture, may, however,
lequiie some answer and I heieby
desiio to state to said Horn and to
the public, that I have made 110
asset tion or statement legaiding his
goods, nor is it my intention or dcsiic
so lo do. "Tho pioof of tho pudding
is inTlio eating," and the evidence 10
gaidiug tbp respective qualities of
the pioilucts of t)io Elite Jco Cream
I'ailors and of the said Iloin, to the
date hereof, has been quite satisfac
tory to me, and no ilouht to an in
telligent and dii-criminating public,
11. "J. HART,
1'ioprietor of Elite Ice Cieani Tailors,
Honolulu, December 1-1, 1880,
FOR SALE CHEAP!
2,500 Packages of
HAY & GRAIN
Just iceilvid ox baik Ceylon at
JOHN F. COLBURN'S
CQ ICin SSti-!i. Iw
On account of depnitu-o,
tint cntiie New House and
Flue I.ni, on Luiialllo Street.
tided by Mr O. Duval. Theio aie, down
stabs, a largo arloi, dining room, 1 bed
101 m, Kitchen, mm try aid hatbioom;
upsttiiiH, il huge huLiboms, all supplied
with closets. For further information,
apply on tho preiuhes. 01 '.iw
IS IIEREUY GIVEN to nil pcisops
Hint I will not bo rafpnnR)blu for
any debt cnntic ed in my name without
my written order,
JOHN M, VIVAS.
Houolulu, Dec, 14th, 1880.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11 ih.
Tho Piopiletois take pleasure In nn
noimulng in their fibuiils mid t'u' gvne.
nil publiu, tlnti they hae remodeled and
lellited the premlsei linmi'dla'ely nbme
Hold Stii'i!', wheie on at.il nfiVr next
Siturdaj Kie will be found thu lust of
Tho Mm kctiiffoids.
The Slock was piire'lia'-ed under tho
ii.'ci vision o1 .Air. .las. Dodd, while
Knit, and having been so long In the
business he knows the wants of tho
trade, and has piurli'iul the aillcle Hint
will plea ! Hie nn s.t fastidious.
Thanking our fiieniK and patrons for
pssi faois, and des'nlng a continuance
of the "anie,
We me, lc.-pioifully oiim,
ii ahhy miller,
01 lw Piopiletorr.
(I. wi:st. c. w. MACr.WtI.AXK.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is licichy given that the
inlcictit of II. JI. Dow in the husincfcs
of WeM, Dow A- Co., Koit stieet,
Honolulu, has liocn piiieluibcd by G.
West. The luisincs will be conduct
ed under the 111 111 name of West Dow
A Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any fui ther
lesponsiliility for thu liinitj debts or
All debts due (be laic linn of West
Dow A Co., should bo paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay-all debts
due bv it.
WEST DOW & Co., per . West.
Honolulu, December 13lh, 188G. 07
Haw. M Teleione Co.
T?KOM THE FIKST DAY
X uaiy nex ,ibe ii-nlal if i
111 pieseat m uve 111 Un-JJislriels of Ewa,
Wninuac, Waialua and Kooiaupoko will
bj reduced lo !." 00 pr 11101 th.
GODl'K Y UKOWN,
"llU I'le-id lit.
Christmas Presents ! '
lias ji si lccclved u lrge lusort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a huge stock of all the most
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest De igns, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
nPHE undeibigucd was appointed as
X A-f-igneo in the linnkiuptey of
Quotig Teen Yoik Ke, of Honolulu, on
the Ulsl Seplemb r, A. D.'lSFG, anil all
persons who have not tiled their claims
with the underi-ignc.l and do not do so
on or hefme the i.0th day of Dcember
instant, their claims will not be allowed
as the iilidi'isigned will llle his arcounti.
on thu thu 21st instant tor a fluid hear
ing, before the Hon. A F. Judd. Chief
Justice. W. O. l'AKKE,
th.fc-iu-lh s Asslgi.ee.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF 8UF
lleltnt inducement is oll'ered') will
leave Y knhaiiia for Honolulu direct
about Maich no.t a...d will la'ci' fuight
and passengiiis at ery low rut of.
Liboicrs and others wishing to pre.
engage pasfiigo for Iheir families or
friends may make ariaiigements with
the uudir.-lgneil, Foi frclnht orpnsi.nge
0 Q i.pply to PAUL ROHM.
To Planters and Employers
rpiJE UNDERSIGNED HEGS TO
X iiitiiuate that hit has mndu aiiange.
inents to bring fiom .Japan c.peiieiieed
bidleh' maids, housemaids, ehildicn's
nniscs, liouso and sti.ble boys, ganlcu.
eis, and general seiwints, ngilcnliuial
nnd geneial laboicis, sallorp, etc.
Tho knowledge nnpihcd by the un.
dersigui'd of tho Jnpauci.c dining his
stay of lOye.us In Jiijiin enables him to
select . nimble licuum, which will uivo
salibfaetlou 10 their ciuploycis.
l'eifons wii-hlnu to avail themselves
of this opportunity to tectuo good er
vaiilsnnd hiborcis will please common!
cite whh the undculgiiul, who will call
at olllces and piivato hoases, if detlied,
lo give inloniiniion and receive oiduri'.
The iiiiilci signed lias had much ex.
pel icm c with the labeling cl.irtcs of
.bipaii, and with his knowledge of the
Ian ullage, may bo able to gho valuable
advicu 10 plunteis and others. He is
willing to vhlt liliintitlons and mills on
iho Islands. PAUL lluHM,
No. 1L8 Ilcrelanhl Htitel, or No. 81
Kill,: Street. .Mutual Telephone UGH.
TO LET OU LEASE.
AilOUSE AN.D C'tl'lTAGE.'cO.V.
tapilng four Ini roioonit'iiinl fouf
tin ill reining) nloo, sinil, cinlage house,
with ncaily one ucie of paetuiu and gir
den, nrlulna water,,' etc. 1'oiing eiy
niodcrate. Apply lo Gi:o. H. Roukut
to.v, lVinohou, for koy, etc, 05 luj
; -x i i