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4111 IWITTIH II WMW
All water rates due on term ending
June SO, 1887, must bo paid nt the olllco
of iho Honolulu Water Works befoio
16th day of January, 18S7. All rntcj re.
malnlng unpaid Januaty in, 1867, will
be subject to on mldltlonftl 10 per cent.
Parties paying rati s will present their
last receipt. CHAS. B. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Wntcr Woiks.
Approved: L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. -1,188(1. 00
BISHOP & Co., RANKEliS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Drawxchaiigo on tho
JESuulc ol Onlil'ovuin, H. X
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. SI. Rothschild & Sou, London
The Commercial Sank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Uank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Pledged to neither Beet cor Party.
But established for the lioncfit of all.
THURSDAY. DEC. 10. 1880.
As the year is about drawing to a
close, it is a fit and proper time to
tender a friendly word of advice to
those who drive carriages about
town. In order that we may not
be misunderstood we will divide
them into two classes the licensed
driver, and the person who mani
pulates the reins of a private car
riage. The number of runaways,
collisions and accidents to carriages,
and sometimes to the occupants of the
Bame, during the year about to close,
exceeds, aye, doubles or trebles
those of any former year. These
runaways arc not confined to licensed
carriages ; they embrace private car
riages driven, sometimes by men,
more often by ladies, and occa
sionally by children. To place the
ribbons in the hands of ladies and
children, is to say the least, a mis
take. Instead of ladies driving,
they should be driven and children
should always take a back seat. It
is not our desire to offend the ladies
in any way, but it is our sincere
wish to preserve them from danger.
Runaways, as everybody knows,
most frequently occur in this city,
owing to horses and carriages being
left without a proper attendant, or
in fact without any attendant at all.
Hack drivers arc compelled by force
of circumstances sometimes to leave
their hack for a minute or so, and
sometimes neglect to hitch the horse
to a post or rail. It is only natural
that a runaway should bo the con
sequence, more especially if the
horse is hungry, thirsty or tickled
by a ily. Private carriages are fre
quently deserted by the lady driv
ing, whilst her ladyship goes shop
ping, more particularly in that much
frequented thoroughfare, Fort street.
It is not uncommon to leave a child
or children in the carriage during
the few moments spent in shopping.
These few moments often extend to
half-hours. That a runaway 6hould
take place is. not at all surprising.
As Major Dc Horsey Cornbin would
eay, "It is 0 to -1 on the runaway."
We agree with the Major. In such
a case, just think of what might be,
and what sometimes is the result.
Not only a smashed carriage, but a
dear and only child is killed. The
Gazette of this week reports a case
as follows :
" A correspondent from Maui
writes the ' Gazette ' that an accident-
occurred at Spreokolsvillo, re
sulting in tho death of a child. It
seems Sirs. Brood and two children
and Sirs. J. 1). Mnrlin, wero driving
in a carriage, when the borso hecamo
frightened, by the opening of a
parasol, and eapHized the carriage
into a ditch, tin owing tho occupants
in all directions, bruising thum more
or less, and fatally iujuiing ono of
tho children, a baby of four months
old, which only survived tho shock a
This resulted whilst the carriage
was in charge of a capable driver.
The Gth Clause of ".Regulations
for Carriages " reads thus:
" No Micented' horto and carriago
must bo left without a proper atten
dant, or properly bccured."
' Is a distinction to bo drawn, in
this connection, between a licensed
and a private carriage? And if
Again, Clause 2nd of tho same
regulations states :
" Every licensed carriago running
jit night njuBtxhibit 'two' lights,"
- ii, Maii)inriiTim'TfnvT-
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The laws of 1880, page 8, sec
tion 2, reads thus:
" Tho driver of every vcliiclo which
ehnll bp driven nftor tlnrk
shall cause it sufficient Ughl or lights,
to he kept burning on every bucIj
vehicle during the hours oi dark
nose." This is the objectionnblo point.
A licensed vehicle must have two
lights, while the private vehicle re
quires only one. One light is some
times worse than none at nil. It is
impossible, on a ilnrk night for nn
approaching driver, to tell on which
side of the carriage the one light 19
exhibited. It is sometimes placed
behind the dashboard and not visible
at all, and still worse, is often hung
underneath the vehicle We main
tain that in matters of this kind, no
distinction should bo made between
the licensed and the private car
riage. Our object is to " suggest,"
means to avoid runaways. "We trust
the ladies who drive will take no
offence. Tho remarks made, arc for
the benclit of the public in general,
and the ladies in particular.
CLEVELAND ON THE TREATY.
President Cleveland's message to
Congress, at its opening on the Gth
instant, contains the following re
specting the rcciprocitj treaty be
tween the United States and Ha
1 express iny unhesitating convic
tion that the intimacy of our rela
tions willi Hawaii should be empha
sized. As a result of the Recipro
city Treaty of 1875, thot-e islands,
on the highway of Oriental and Aus
tralian tralllc, arc virtually an out
post of American commerce and a
stepping-stone to the growing trade
of the Pacific. Tho Polynesian
Islands groups have been so absorb
ed by other and more powerful gov
ernments that the Hawaiian islands
are left almost alone in the enjoy
ment of their autonomy, which it is
important for us should be preserv
ed. Our treaty is now terminable
on one year's notice, but proposi
tions to abrogate it will, in my judg
ment, be most ill-advised. The pa
ramount influence we have there ac
quired, once relinquished, could
only with dillluulty be regained, and
a valuable coignc of vantage for
ourselves might bo converted into a
stronghold for. our commercial com
petitors. I earnestly recommended
that the existing treaty stipulations
bo extended for a further term of
seven years. A recently-signed
treaty to this end is now before the
Senate. The importance of tele
graphic communication between
these islands and the United States
should not be overlooked.
FRANCE AND CERMANY.
New York, Dec. 7th. A special
to the JSlar says the outbreak of
hostilities between France and Ger
many is spoken of as impossible to
ward off longer than the coming
Spring. The Turkish oflicials pro
fess now to have certain informa
tion that Austria will take the field
against Russia, aided at sea by
England. General Von Moltke's
speech has cast a gloom over all
the European capitals. General
Boulanger is stated to have private
ly declared himself in favor of
action in preference to delay, afford
ing Germany or 1' ranee tune to in
crease their military strength. He
prefers taking the initiative by
striking the first blow and invading
Germany. Immense military pre
parations, respecting which great
secrecy is observed, are going on at
the French arsenals.
THE BRITISH COLONIES.
New York, Dec. 7th. Special
The Tribune's London cablegram
says: The Colonial Secretary of
State has sent a dispatch to the
colonies summoning a conference of
the representative of the principal
colonial governments, to be held in
London next year, to consider the
question of organization of the mili
tary defense of the British Empire
and the development of postal and
telegraphic communication. The
dispatch stales that the patriotic
action of the colonics in offering
contingents of troops for the Egypt
ian campaign made a deep and last
ing impression on the public mind,
and was tho first practical result of
much careful work during recent
years. Tho time lias now arrived
when an attempt may fairly be made
to attain to a better understanding
as to a system of defense through
out the empire.
Fort Scott, Kan., Nov. 2rti.
The experiment conductod here by
the department of agriculture on
Louisiana closed to-daj' with tho
yield of second sugars, tho second
boiling giving nine pounds of sugar
to a ton of cane.
This is a great disappointment to
the advocates of carbonatiou, and
falls far below the estimates of the
Chief Chemist Wiley, based upon
his run of firsts. This experiment
but confirms the result of tho ex
periments with sorghum cane
namely, that diffusion extracts,
practically, that sugar, and is a suc
cess, while enrbouation is a method
of treating tho juice is a failure,
and this again is only a confirmation
of like experiments on tropical cane
made in different parts of tho world
extending over a period of several
The success of tho diffusion is a
great' point gained for sorghum, as
the crushing method gives a relative
ly larger yield from the firmer stalk
of tho tropical cane than from the
more spongy sorghum cane stalk.
Representatives hero from the
southern ennc interests arc anxious
ly inquiring whether tho fatal policy
of treating diffusion juice by carho
nation will be pursued by tho ngricnl
cultural department in tho sugar
experiments about to be undertaken
by it in Louisiana. Chief Chemist
Wiley construes the law making the
nppioprialion as requiring tho pur
suit of this seemingly insane policy.
Belter things are expected of Com
missioner Column, who it is believed,
will require the adoption of a more
rational system and the abandon
ment of exploded theories and ex
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
Tho question as to tho rights
possessed by Costa Rica on the
lower purl of the San .Juan river is
at present engnging the attention of
tho Governments of that Republic
and Nicaragua. Costa Rica claims
privileges under the treaty of 18.18
which Nicaragua refuses to recog
nize. General Benito Martinez has been
appointed Commander-in-Chief of
the forces on the Mngdalena river,
and the garrisons at Baratiquilla,
Santa-niarta, and Ocalia.
Senor JC. G. Finlny was killed in
the City of Pnsto, Ecuador, on
October 10th, through the horse he
was riding running away and jump
ing into a deep ditch. The horse
fell on the rider, and both were
The port of Progresso, Mexico,
has established quarantine against
Jamaica, owing to the prevalence of
small pox on the island.
The city of Vera Cruz is to have
a jail exclusively for females.
A slight earthquake was felt in
Granada, Nicaragua, on October
The Government of Colombia, at
Bogota, has recognized the appoint
ment made by the President of
Peru of Mr. Fred. A. Pezct as Consul-General
of that Republic on the
The Lima El Jiicn Publico main
tains that the law of the 2"th of
October, relative to the expulsion of
the Jesuits, is not constitutional,
and consequently Jesuits are not
hound to comply with it. Panama
Star and Herald.
Dublin, Dec. 2. United Ireland
publishes a legal opinion given by
Right Hon. Hugh Holmes, Attorney-General
for Ireland, to the Gov
ernment, as to its right to suppress
the new movement of the Irish
National League, which aimed to
beat the landlords by having the
tenants deposit with a trustee such
sums below the demanded rents as
the tenants believe fair and are
willing to pay. The line of action
which the landlords proposed to
have the Government adopt to crush
out this form of resistance was to
arrest every person who should act
as a trustee, tendering, the league's
plan for paying rent futile, land
lord's agents being of course de
barred from accepting tenders be
low the landlord's figures. The
Attorney-General says men have a
legal right to act as trustees as pro
posed by the league, and the Gov
ernment has no Tight to arrest them
for so acting. Mr. Holmes also
advises landlords to seek some me
thod of getting their moneys, which
will not involve Government assist
ance. Sofia, Dec. 2. The deputation
of Bulgarian notables, instructed by
the Government to visit the different
Powers and personally place before
them the facts of the Bulgarian
situation, has started on its tour. It
is reported that the deputation lias
been instructed to demand that the
Powers shall cither consent to have
Prince Waldemar of Denmark elected
to the Bulgarian throne or else per
mit the return of Prince Alexander.
On Saturday, December 18th
At 10 o'clock, a. m., at my salesroom,
I will sell nt Public Auction
Clothing. Crockery and Glassware,
Fresh Potatoes, Onions and Apples
Just arrived per S S Australia
Bbls Salt Beef and Pork,
Tobacco and Olguis, Groceries, etc.
1 Horse, Carriage Express and Set ol Harness
And for account of whom it may
ONE FAMILY PONY
1 Top Buggy, 1 Bet Single Harness.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 Ul Auctioneer
Xx -A-utsti-Jilin, at
Nolte's Beaver Saloon.
ENGLISH OR GERMAN NURSE
Girl. Apply at Bum-ktin Oi'kice.
THE LONDON PRESS ON CLEVELAND'S
The Loudon papers speak of Pre
sident Cleveland's message, particu
larly of its allusion to the Fisheries
question, in unmistakable tones of
approval, as appears from the fol
lowing: London, Dec. 6th. The Daily
Tclcpniph says : Never were words
included in it message which more
deserved the earnest and pi ompt at
tention of the British Ministry. To
leave the Fishery dispute open, If it
can in any way be adjusted, would
bo the height of criminal short
sightedness. The StantlarJ says: The Presi
dent's message is an able and states
manlike production, and eminently
pacific. A note of nienaee is not
heard, although in describing tho
fisheries question, he throws unduo
blame on Canada fishermen. Yet
not a word is t-poken to excite hos
tility or engender strife.
The 'Vhic-j, commenting on Pre
sident Cleveland's message, says:
It is fortunate for both parties that
negotiations are in the hands of the
Government, instead of those of tho
immediate disputants iu the fishery
Mrs. Laugtry N said to be writ
ing a novel by proxy in which her
personal experiences on the stage
are to bo protrayed.
On Saturday, Docembor 18th.
At 7 o'clock, at our S.iHsr.wins, Queen
Street, we will nll at Public Am turn,
an Elegant Assortment of
Xns null Holiday Goods
t'o.upsising in pan a large and
vaiied msmiiIiiuiiI ol
Silver Plated Ware
Cut Glus, Berry Di-dics, Chared
Silver Ice Pitcher, Silver PlatulTca
Service, linger Uro?.' Culleiv. sil
ver PIMed Table Fork, 'Table
Knives, Tea and Table Sj oons, N ip
ki:i, Rings, Cake Dishes?, Cuid lte
ceivcis, Call Bells, enc, etc.. etc.,
Lane steil BuetwIii
'The Stag at Bay " An assortment of
Oil J'nintliica. ChroinoM,
1'astcl Crayon I'nlntliisrn,
I'niiitcd lMuiitieM, Inland Scenery
An Eleeant variety of
Com'piis'iig Gent's Toilet Cases,
Ladies' Jewel mid Perfume Cases,
Handkerchief and Glove Hoxes,
Plush and D .-emoted l'h to Albums,
Combination it Gilt Picture Frames
I Pair Bronze Figures
" Music and Poetry;''
1 Pair Bronzes, "Science and the Aits."
Decorated Wall Brackets, Leather and
Plush Satchels, Sto erscopesand views
The above is but a partial list of the
articles to be sold.
tST" For further particulars see Cata
logues which will he issued at an early
We would call particular attention tn
the above sale as this is the lines) assort
ment of Holiday Goods ever oileral at
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
OS -It Auctioneers.
OF THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA, by J.
Tavernier, in now on exhibition in
C.impbell's Ulook, Queen Street.
Hours 1 to 4 and 7 to 0 p m. Ad
mitslnu: Adu'ts, CO rents; Children, 25
cents. 07 lw
T B BROWN,
Accountant, Land and Estate Agent,
mid Average AdjiiHter.
Tempoiiiiy offices: adjoining Tahiti
Lemonade Depot, Hotel Street.
References Hon. A. S, Cleghorn, R.
J. Ciclghton, Esq.
Telephone No. UG0 09
The beautiful Cream
Colored Idnre, with sil.
ver mane mill tail, often
seen on iho btreet driven
by a lidy; is said to bo
fur .iilii ut Mr U V
Graham'd i-table, for tho very reasonable
6iu "1 ouu.uu. (jy -ji
MISS CHILLBURG, Mlltlnor,
formeilyat Mrs. Lack's has re
moved to Nicoll's Block, opposite tho
Marhln Works, wheio sbo will bo
pleased to seo her friends, and to attend
to all orders in her lino. LntuHt
NryliM anil boat quality of
Gleaner's Pink Fair!
Thu Missionary Gleaner's Society will
hold a "1'INIt FAIR" at tho par
lore' of the Fort-St. Church on
j , Friday Evening, Dec. 17th
There will bo Fancy Ai tides foi sale,
also Cake and Ice Cream all atmudeiato
Tho "Old Woman in ii Shoe"
and thu "Old l'tmuut Woman"
will be iu attendance
Dnors open at 7 o'clock. Sals of Ar
tichs commences at 7:30.
AUmiNtsioii fid CcntN,
Christmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
CImngo of Programme
FltlDAY, Die 17th, at 10 n. in., at the
Slote of Theo. II. Dovlcs & Co.
FltlDAY, Deo. 17th, at 7 p. m., ut tho
Store of Theo. H. Davie & Co.
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. 18th, at
7 p. m., at our Salesroom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. SMst, nt 7
p. m., ut our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 23rd, nt
7 p. m., at our Salesroom.
EST Rosorvcd Soats (or tho Ladies at all ol
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 M Auctioneers.
Christmas Sales !
By order of .Messrs. T. H. D.VVIKS &
CO., we will sell ut Public. Auction at
thiir fillet room, comer Kaahttiuauu and
On Friday December 17th,
At 10 o'clock a.m. al.i'jtJaud varied
Selected vvoUUy for the Holidays,
vompiisluj: In put
PLATE GLASS TOILET MIRRORS
Embroidered Table Coveis,
Sofa tu bioi s,
Decorated Dinner Sets
Toilet Sets; a large assortment
TOYS & DOLLS
Large Rocking Horses,
Wool and Ltnilium JU;i!s.
Lain Talis & Met Sals
Work Boxes, Wiiting Desks,
Decorated Fun-, Ladies' Sachcls,
a Selection of
A variety f Silk Hai. kerchiefs and
fSearfs; a large selection of
IV JEW JELTJ GhS
Large Center Bugs,
Bureau Rugs, Sofa Eugs,
Ji 8t openid, of 'lew and elrg ml designs;
never befoieoflertd for sale.
The S-'aln will be contlmiiil FRIDAY
EVENING at 7 o'clock.
Tne above oilers a splendid opportun
ity to proem e appropriate Christmas
Goo Is. The articles lor sale will be on
exhibition THURSDAY. Dec. IG'h.
S Seserved Seats for the Ladies.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 5t Auctioneers.
By ordir of Messrs. II. HACKFELD
& CO , wo will sell at Public Auction at
our salesroom, Queen Street, on
On Saturday, December 18th
At 11 o'clock, a. m.
On a Credit to the Trade, an assortment
of Liquors consisting of
(In Cases and Basket?.)
A huge Assortment of
BRANDIES & WHISKIES
(Quurts and l'inK)
(Quarts and Pints.)
(Quarts and 1'lnts.)
Champagnes, Rhine "Wines,
Claret, Port Wine, Sherry,
Kimmel, Etc, Etc.
TBBMS AT SALE.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
07 fit Auctioneers
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE PRKM1SE3 SITUATED ON
I uualiou Street called "Rannnilo.
bin," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
salo or for lease for a tirm of years.
For particular inquire) of
ALEX, J . OAR TWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Doc. 13, lt-80,
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
JL been appointed Assignors of tho
Estate of LAM CHOCK, of Ilonolub',
a baukpipl, all pcr.ons indebted to said
estate tiro hereby notllbd to pay Hie
tamo Immediately to the undersigned.
W. O. PARICE.
Honolulu, Dpc. Hi, 18-0, 09 2t.:w
HAVING Becurcd the services of
MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
chuBlng agent in San Fnincnco, I shall
iu future bo prepared to (111 all orders hi
our lino paitleiilarly, or any special or.
tiers, with the assurance that Mr. Oai's
personal attention will .be given to tho
selection and purchase of all articles
ordered. (08) . J, II, SOPER.
Greflit Sale of Liauors
Tho undorslgnod herewith publicly
warns II Ilart, of tho Elite Ico-Cream
-Parlor, to desist fmm i rther slnnriorous
talk and announces ngnlust myself or
my business; or the milking umof my
nnmo in any shape or form, as I havo no
thing in common with Slid Hart; oihcr
wise I -hall take proceedings ngnintt him
iiccoidlng to law, In order in protect mv
icputntlou nnd the good will of iny bus'l
ncs. F. HORN.
I'rnctlcil Confectioner, Pastry Ccok
nnd Ornnmcntcr, Hotel Street.
Honolulu, Dec. Utth, 1880.
Hofcot.ui.u, Dec. 12th, 1880.
To the Editor of the Herald:
Dear Sin: Tlic beautiful cake, with
other delicacies, that Mr. Horn to gcu
ernuslv donated to tho Pilory fair Inst
Sntuidny week, wnsiold fir Iho sum of
$ 12, belli: subscribed for by twelve cltt.
Zens ill u dollar each, who each took
away their share with them. It was nol
cut up by Hint of the Elite lco Cream
Parlor and distributed to the Refoiimv
tory School Iio.vb. as Is said to have been
stated by tlii! said Hart.
A iiiominont Judge's lady uncrtonk
the disposal of tho cnlic, nml'two (initio,
mou (who wero sub or! hers) cut" It up
mill luuiiW it, under tho lady's direc
tion, to llui rciii'dnliiK contributor.
Kveiy one was woll sattsllnl with Mr.
Horn's skill and haiidiwoik, and thu
cake wiii all that could be wished for,
and wnll worth tho money subscribed
or it. 1 tun yours, eto ,
Suiisci.niuu to tiik Cam:
Kai'Alama, Dec. l'Jth, 1SS0.
IH'AkMk. Uuun: lu uply to your
queiy with lenaul to the 1iiiuImiuo cako
uuuaiul by yim tn thu Pilory fair yis
ter.lay week, 1 have to slate thai I was
one of the jrentleinen (Mr. V. U. Cl.n Uo
being tho otiiei), who assisted In. cutting
up ami distributing tho same to the
twelve subsunlu-rs of whom 1 wim ono.
Tho eako was errinluly nut given tn
my Uefuuuntory Scliniil Hind boys and
h lexer savs u is cutllv of an iiuliuth.
U R. II. liluie-s blkillku very kindly
iim.eitoid; to see that tho buys weru aui.
ply iiiovided with it-iYcliiiiPiiM, and
thiiy had all they wished for.
'1 ho caKu was not only a veiy hand
some one us a woik'of art, but was ov
coedliiji'y tnM.v and dellolous.
You aie nt liberty to innku uo of this
in mi) way you may think lit.
I am. dear sir, yon is, etc.,
Gicomiu K. Gnr.si.KV .Tackson,
07 lw Principal Ref Minatory School.
The undersigned lias not been in
tho habit of foolishly or falsely
puffing his goods, having been quite
content to rest upon the approbation
of his patrons. The largo and in
creasing patronage of the Elite Ice
Creiini Parlors, together with the
growing demand for ico cream and
the wholesome and elegant cakes
made on the place, has been a satis
factory nnd sufficient answer to all
The card in the Bui.lktin of the
13th instant, wherein I am charged
by a certain Mr. Horn .with making
false statements regarding some cake
of his manufacture, may, however,
require tomo aiibwcr and I hereby
desire to state to said Horn anil to
the public, that 1 have made no
assertion or statement regarding his
goods, nor is it my intention or desire
so to do. "The pioof of the pudding
is in the eating," and tho evidence re
garding the respective qualities of
the products of the Elite Ico Cream
Parlors and of the said Horn, to tho
date hereof, has been quite satisfac
tory to me, and no doubt to an in
telligent and discriminating public.
II. J. HART,
Proprietor of Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Honolulu, December 14, 1880.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
2,500 Packages of
HAY & GRAIN
Just rcciivcd ex baik Ceylon at
JOHN F. CGL BURN'S
COTTAGE TO LET.
ON NUUANU STREET, a Cotlogo
enntuiniug :!i'nom, etc Apply to
0.) lin J S. W. ROBERTSON
COTTAGE TO RENT,
A NEAT COTl'AGE on Liliha Street,
containing 4 rooms and kitchen.
Apply at No. 8U Liliha Street. OUw
Ii hOM January J, 1867. Tho beauti
fill dwelling piemises now occu
pied by A. J. Oiirtwricht, Jr. The
premises are located on Ntiuanu Road,
about 1 miles frcin tho Honolulu
Wharfs. A splendid chance to procure
a comfortable home with nice garden.
Rent$t0 per iiumili
0 lw A. Juogcr, Agent.
qpiIR PREMISES latoly ocoupled bv
X Queen Emma, sltunto on the south
corner of Nuiiunu and Boretania stiei-t-',
are oll'red for leutal for a teim of years
upon reaooiiablo terms. Apply to
JOHN II. PATV,
OOtf Tiens, Queen' Hcspl al.
On nceouut of dcpaitorc,
that entire New House and
Vino Lot. nn T.miiilttn Ut-..n
used by Mr O. Duval. There-are, down
htuirs, a largo pirlor, dining room, 1 bed
room, kitchen, pantry and bathroom;
upstans, a taigj ucil rooms, all supplied
with closets. For further informal
apply on the premUes.
IS I1EHE11Y GlYEN to all persons
that I will not bo' responsible for
any debt contiac'ed hi my name without
my written order.
JOHN M. VIVAS.
Honolulu, Dec. 14th, 1680.
ojmmm r jtn in -uTTirnrrmT apj
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Proprietors take plcasuro In nn.
notincluc to tholr friends and the gne
nil public, tint they have remodeled and
lcllttcd tho preinhcs linmeillalely abo'e
Hotel btreu", wheto on nnd after next
Saturday Eve will bo found the best of
The Market affords.
Iho Stock was purchased under Iho
supervision ol Mr. Jus. Dodd, whllo
hast, and having been so long In Iho
business, ho knows the wants cf tho
trade, and )mb purrha'id tho nrllclc that
will plea e Hid nu s!. fastidious.
Thanking our fiiend-i and patrons for
pan favors, nnd desiring a continuance
of tho same,
We aie, respectfully yours,
w lw Proptletois.
O. W. MACKAItLANK.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
interest of II. M. Dow in the bushiest
of West, Dow it Co., Fort street,
Honolulu, has been purchased by G.
West. The business will bo conduct
ed under the firm name t if West Dow
& Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any further"
responsibility for tho firms debts or
All debts duo the late Jinn of West
Dow it Co., should be paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay all debts
due bv it.
WEST DOW it Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December l.'ltb, 1880. 07
Haw. Bell JejliTco.
IROM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
. uary next, the rentnl of instruments
at present in use. in the Districts of Ewa
Waianne, Waialwi and Koolaupoko will
lu reduced to $5 00 pi-r mort'i.
GODFR Y BRVN,
Christmas Presents I
EL J. NOLTE
Has ji st lcceived a 1 rge aNSort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a laige stock of all the most.
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest Designs, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Streot;
THE undersigned was appointed as
Assignee in the Bankruptcy of
Quong Teen York Ke, of Honolulu, on
the aisi September, A. 1). I860, and all
persons who havo not tiled their claims,
witli the undersigned and do not do so.
on or before the 0tb day of December
instant, their claims will not be allowed
as the undersigned will file his accounts
on the the 21st instant for a final hear
ing, before the Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief
Justice. W. C. PARKE,
tli-b-lu-lh s Assignee.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF SUF
ficient inducement is oflcicd) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about March next axd will take lrclglit
and passengers at very low rates.
Liboiers and others wishing to pre.
engage passage for their families or
friends may make nriangcmcnts with
I lie undi-rdgned. For freitdit or passage
OQ apply to PAUL BOliM.
To Planters' ami Employers
-a in General.
THE UNDE11SIGNED BEGS TO
Intimate that ho has made arrange,
incuts to bring from Japan experienced
ladles' maids, housemaids, children's
nurses, houso and stable hoys, gardon.
Ufa, and general servants, agricultural
and general laborers, sailors, etc.
The knowledge acquired by the un.
derslgned of the Japanese dining his
stay of 10 years in Japin enables him to
select i-uitablo persons, which will give
satibfuction to their employers.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
ot mis oppoitunity to tceiiro goou ter
vautsnml luborerb will plcaso com mil nl
cute willi iho undortignul,'Who will call
ul olllces and pilvato houses, if desiied.
to (tlvo Information nud receive ouleri'.
Thu undcisigned, has had muoh ex.
peiienco with tho laboring classes of
Japan, and with his knowledge of the
liineiiage, may ho ublu to givo vnluablo
advleu to plautois and otheis. Ho is
willing to vl.lt pbiut'iiioiis and mills on
iho Inlands. PAUL IIOHM,
No. 128 lhrelania Sticet, or No. 81
King Street, Mutual Telephone 1108,
Wi T.T?m fTf 1.17! A ai?
..w ajui wji uimuu,
HOUSE AND COTl'AGE, CON-
tiiinin'' four lurtre rooms and four
Hinll rooniB; also, stall, uirriago home,
with nearly one acre of pasture and g ir
don, artesian water, etc. 1'eiins eiy
modirato Apply to Geo, II, Rohejit
eon, Punuhou, for key, etc. DC lm
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