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Al water rail's iluo on trrm ending
June 0, 1887, muM be paid nl the oltlcu
of the Honolulu Wutir Works before
loth, day of Jatumry, isJT. All rates re
' lnalniUjj uoptld Jan iniy 1", lfre", will
be subject to tin :n1!l lonfil 10 nr tout.
Putties paying inis lll picc'it their
last receipt." CHAS. 13. WILSOV,
Sup't. lltinnlii tt Winer Wcnk.
Approval: L. AHOL-i,
Minister of Interior.
Hoiiulnlii, Dec. I, 18811. oo
BHHOI' & Co., HA.SKEHM
M.iiiclii'ii, H iwailnn Inlands.
inw Bxciangc on lh.-
Hunk i1 CJi.nii-nui, S. 1
Ami llii-lr njreols In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mtssw. N. M. Rothschild A. Sun, London
The Commercial Itanlt 1 o., ot Sidney,
The Commercial think Co., of Sydney,
The IJhiiU of New Zealand: Auekliuiil,
Chrlstchurch, mill Wellington,
The Hank or MrilMi Unluiiililii, Vie-
toria, II. 0., ami Pm timid. Or.
a General Hanking Hnslne.
Pledjei to nolther Sect tor fifty
Pat imUblUheJ tor tto benefit of all.
FRIDAY. DKC. 17. 1880.
IS IT WISE OR FUOLISH?
Hub tlic'lcgislntion of this coun
try legulating the sale and use of
intoxicants heen wise or foolish?
Until three or four years ago it was
unlawful to sell liquids of an intoxi
cating nature to native llawaiians.
The foreigner of any nationality was
at liberty to buy anil imbibe without
restraint. The abiogation of the
restrictive law, four years ago, and
the enactment of a statute which
made intoxicants as free to the man
of native blood and birth as to the
man from another country, were be
lieved or said by home to be wise
and enlightened measures, while
others held that they were acts of
folly that would prove injurious to,
and destructive of, the" Hawaiian
Certainly, the law, as it was, was
partial. It bore the stigma of class
legislation, and in a country where
all are Bupposed to bo ''fiee and
equal," legislation of that particu
lar nature is not consistent with the
supposition. According to this
theory, then, what was done was
light. As to the correctness of the
theory, that is another question,
and a question supportable by plain
facts .and strong arguments, on tho
But this is not the question now
up for discussion. Was the legisla
tion referred to wise or foolish f Its
wisdom or its folly must be decided
by its result-. This is the only
coiimioii-sc'iif-e method of settling
the matter satisfactorily to the
practical mind. How has the free
liquor law affected the Hawaiian?
Has legalizing its use to him induced
him to use it? or has he declined to
avail himself of the freedom allowed?
or, availing himself of the right to
use intoxicants, does he maintain the
character of a sober man, or has he
acquired habits of iutempenmee?
Putting it in a slightly different
form, admitting that prohibition did
not entirely prohibit and that lla
waiians piocured and used intoxi
cating liquors under the old law, has
the new law been productive of
greater use and nn increase of
Any man who has lived a few
years in the country, has moved
among the natives, and was familiar
with their habits before the removal
of restriction an well lis Hince, will
find no dilllcully in answering these
questions. If he be an honest and
candid man be will confess that free
liquor has limi a curse to the native
people, and is doing a sad work
of demoralization and destruction
It cannot be truthfully denied
that a large proportion of the weekly
earnings of the laboring classej that
Miould he, and formerly was, ex
pended on food, clothes, and other
neeefcsarleB and comforts of life,
now goes to the liquor saloon.
Many a poor wife imd many an ill
clad child am robbed ot proper sup
port to satisfy the thirst for strong
drink. Let anyone walk along
Ruunmi street, between King and
Hotel streets, and along Hotel
street., from Nuiiaim to Kort street,
any time between tho hours of 7
and 11 of a Saturday night, and he
-will seo what becomes of a considcr-
inble portjpn .p .tjio iwh'9 Jinrd
'i-mtfr 'MFwf ? llT-"----
cnrnlngs, Besides, ho will seo
rrowds of half-intoxicated brawlers,
and hear blasphemy enough to
shock the feelings of anyone who
has one remaining vestige of sensi
bility. Apologists of the free liquor law
admit the increase of public drunk
enness, but hold that there is a cor
responding decrease of secret drink
ing and home carousing and de
bauchery. They arc ignorant of
what they talk about. The fnct is,
there has been as great, if not
greater, giovuh of the secret evil.
And this is wois-e than the other,
because It embraces and debauches
women and childicu.
Olllcinls may .sit in their ollices,
merchants in their cuituting-hoiiscs,
and editors at their desks, and walk
or drive between their places of duty
and their places of residence, for
years, without gaining the faintest
idea ot the sad results of the free
liquor law among the Hawaiian peo
ple. Hut a lew months', weeks', or
even days' personal experience ac
quit ed by visitation of their homes
and observation of their habits, will
convince an honest truth-seeking
man, Hint there is no exaggeration
in the foregoing.
Theie was never yet an aboriginal
l ace allowed free usu of the white
iiiau'i- lliu-water, which was not en
slaved or ruined thereby, cither
wholly or in part, and there is
eveiy indication that future ages
will not be able to point to the Ha
waiian as an exception.
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN A KAMAAINA
AND A HACK-DRIVER.
HY A " DAILY IIUI.I.i:
Yesterday, one of our ubiquitous
reporters met a genuine old Kama
aina, who had just returned from a
spin East and back again. After a
hearty shake of the hand and an
earnest and feeling exchange of
alohas, Mr. K. (as wo will term the
Kamaaina for the present) said he
was "mighty glad to get to his
island home again." To use his
own words, as nearly as can be ic
ineiiibeicd, no note book being used
on the occasion, Mr. K. spoke to
the following effect, interjecting
heieaud there, a few forcible, but
expressive, adjectives which the
writer deems proper to omit says
he, "The .Stales is a way-up place
to go to, 'specially if one has a few
fiiends of the right sort. My home
is in Idaho a fine country for those
who can stand the cold, but I found
it altogether too rarilied to suit my
taste precisely. The old folks were
surprised, and so were the young
ones, when I spoke of going home,
I couldn't stand it any longer, I
was getting all frozen up, I was be
coming lank and wiry, like a full
Hedged Yankee. My mother, God
bless her, says, 'WI13', you are at
home now: what do you mean by
saying you aie gviiiy home?' I
looked at my dear mother and said :
Idado, or anywhere in the neighbor
hood of the Rockies is unlit any
longer to be my home. In my
younger das, as you well know,
mother, I went westward. I chose
my own lot in life, so to speak, and
went still further westwaid. I at
last reached the Sandwich Inland.
Upon landing at Honolulu, I was so
impressed with the people, both
native and Anglo-Saxon, that I
determined to remain amongst them
for a while. I did so and have now
become a Kamaaina, which tran
slated means an old resident."
At this point of the reporter's in
terview, I he speaker was interrupted
by a hack-driver belonging to the
United Cairiage Company, (for we
were still at K. O. Hall's corner).
Heie ensued the dialogue, between
K. and the hack-dtiver, whom we
will designate It.
It. How are you, Mr. K., glad
to see you back again in Honolulu;
why, it must be about 0 years since
you sailed in the bark Kalakaua for
the Coast, never to return again.
K. Right you are, old boy. In
'80, I took a trip in the old Kala
kaua with feky.ail-yaid Jenks, (by
the way I hear he is going a whal
ing this year), and after HO days of
puigatory listening to the old sea
dog's yarns, we entered tho Golden
Gate. What followed, I will relato
to yoij by-and-by, I want just now
to take n n'do out to too un old
friend. Wlioro'G your hack?
It. Right hero sir, please step
K, Why that ain't a hack, that's
a cnrriago too high toned altogether;
why where ip tho world did you
raise tho coin to get spell a hand
some turnout as that?
R, Mr. K. I have saved money
but 1 tun iv poor man to-day, if you
can understand the paradox. After
I left General Cpinly's employ, for
whom I drove about M months,
(you remember that span of Cali
fornia horses) I made an application
for a license to drive a hack. Be
fore it waa granted I had to obtain
references fiom three gentlemen of
standing in this city, certifying as
to my capability of driving a back.
In this matter I had no difficulty
being well-known about town as
driver for the General, ' I saved
moie money. I don't drink, I
saved euotich to buv a horse and
carriage. I became my own boss,
sWWimtnimw'Wfln nnnw wm4Bfmvm
and to-day, 1 own (hrco canlngpR,
the other Iwo being equal to this
i one. Iloforc stepping in Mr. K.
take a look at the vehicle and tho
i horse. Tho whole turnout cost me
I $810 or also did the other two,
, making a total outlay of 82,430. I
paid S5U0 for icli carriage S7o0
lor thi co horses, $4o for each set of
harness, 5 for each whip, and ?5
for each carriage rug. In addition,
I have thiee more horses in the
stable to change when necessary. I do
not grumble at my apparent success,
but I and others have just reason to
complain of the unfar competition
we have to contend against. Li
cences to diive, are, itwould appear,
granted to any one, and it is In that
connection that we hnck-men some
times feel aggrieved. 1 inn proud
to tell you Mr. K. that I never had
a liiuawny nor an accident of any
sefious nature whilst driving mysell.
Lam bashful and cannot tell you
everything, but one thing I can say
is, I am more frequently "rung up"
for, than any member of the com
pany. IC. Good boy U. Lets jump in
and llnish the yarn as we jog
The repot ter bid his friend good
day and here ended the dialogue as
far as he was concerned.
THE BURGOMASTER'S REMEDY.
A gourmand who was attracted to
the "Heaver" by Xoltc's advertise
ment on Fiiksii Fuozkn vOysti:us in
the Daily Humxtix, oidered a do
zen right away. He smacked his
lips over the bivalves and was about
to order a thiid dozen, when he was
seized with a slight pain in the lower
regions. lie Hew to the counter for
relief. Sir Henry J. Kolte was there,
and ready to prescribe or adminis
ter an antidote. He turned to the
shelf behind, inserted his digits in a
newly impoi ted box and drew foith
a ''Pride of Pacific" cigar. Jt was
ignited attho proper end, and inhaled
by the suffering oyster fiend and
relief was immediately effected.
With a feeling of gratitude he (the
gourmand) asked Mein Herr for a
full box of his regalias so as not to
be without a specific remedy on a
Mokai. "Enough is as good as a
The fact is Mr. Nolte has cigars
from cts. up to 2o cts. each. For
Xmas presents there is nothing
more suitable for a lady to present
to a gentleman. Her ladyship will
then probably have an opportunity
of inhaling by means of her olfac
tory organ, the delicious aroma of a
The steamer Waialealc takes the
first load of sugar (some 2,000 bags)
of this new season's grinding, from
The weather for the last week
has been very bad along the coast.
Several days the steamer could not
As usual, the Tax Rooks aie be
hind time. The llamakua folks
weic piepared to pay their taxes be
foie the l.'ilh hist to save the 10 per
cent? additional, but no Tax Collec
tor could be found. The reason
assigned for not being on hand was
that the books weie gone astray.
Some of the stores here, Mills
especially, arc making quite a fancy
display of Xmas goods.
Honokaa, Dec. ICth.
On Saturday, December 18th
At 10 o'clock, i't m., at my i-alc-room,
1 will fell i.t Public 'Auction
Clothing. Crockery anil Glassware.
Fresh Potatoes, Onions and Apples
Ju-I anlveil per S S AlHtrujhi
Bul Salt Beef and Perk,
TotiucL'o and Cignis, Groceries etc.
1 Horse, Carriage Express and Set ol Harness
Ami foraiuii.ut of win in it may
O I K IW ax I IVY I? O IS Y
1 Top Bug),', 1 Bet Singlu Unmet.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
0 i s Auctioneer
COTTAGE TO LET.
THE NEW COTTAGE
U'inui ol Kiiigaml 1-eniucola
M'eeU. Itniulre of
U . O. ATWATER,
11 lw fi iv't nullillng.
Ex yViiwfi-nliu, at
L n- n
GUSH OH GERMAN NUHSE
JLJ Girl. Apply at Bullktin OrpiCE,
IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons
that I wl not be responsible for
any debt (nntrac'.itd in my name without
my written older,
JOHN M. VJVAB.
Honolulu, Dec. Uth, 1880.
kimMJ:4&- ," 'faa&Aktfc jlfc
Ohristmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
CItungo or Programme
FR1DAV, Dec. 17tli. nt 7 p. in., lit the
Store nf Then. II. Davlei &, Co.
SATUUDAY EVENING, Dee. 18th, ut
7 p. in., in 'Utr Nilesroom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. S!lM, nt 7
p m., at our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Doc 28 til, at
7 . in., at our Salesroom.
C5,v" rtoiorvod Scats lor the Ladies at all ol
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 fit Ai:utlmiLi'r.
On Saturday, December 18th
At 7 o'clock, at mir .Salesrooms, Queen
Street, wo will sell nl Pulillo An tiou,
an Elegiml Assortment of
Xmas mill Holiday Goods
l onip'-ising in pnit a lurc and
vmieil us'oriiiiiiit of
Silver Plated Ware
Cut (.!". IJi'iiv Ul-U. p, Cliartil
t-iivrrlce 1'lielici, Si vol- 1'latulTui
Scivicv, l!'"ser llios.' Cnlleiv. Sil
ver Pliiteil Table Knrks, "Tnli'i!
Knivis, Tea ami Talilu S, ooim, Np
ki'i, Uiiifra, Ciikti nuiiL,""C.i il be.
ccivciP, C ill BelK cm'., etc. etc.,
LIT Steel BipffiiE
TneStagnt I5.ij." An assortment of
Oil I'nlnllngH. Cliromu",
I'aHtcl Crnyoii I'alnttii;:.
Vnlutcd lMnquc, InIhuiI Krcncry
A11 Elivaur.irlity of
Compiialug Gent's Toilet Case-,
Ladies' .level ami Pcrluine Cusjs,
Handkerchief nrd Glove. Iloxc,
Plusli and Decorated I'll to Albums,
Comb imimi & bill Picture Fumes
I Pair Bronze Figures
" Muiie and Poetry; '
1 Piiir Bronzes, "Science and the Alt."
Decorated Wall Brackets Leather and
PI .fli Sit-diel-,i-to c"c pesiiml views
The above is hit :. jiaitial list of the
arliclis to be sold.
JS" i'nr further pnrtietilnrs fee Cam.
Iojmics wliL-li will lie i"iied at.iu eaily
We would eall paiticu'nr attention to
the above a!u as ibis is this llncM ii'i-oit.
ment of Uoliil.iy GnoiU ever oIlei-L-d ut
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Gleaner's Pink Fair!
The Missionary Gleaner's Society will
hold .1 "PIXK FAlIt" 11 1 Hie 1 a'-
lorB of the Fort-St. Church on
Friday Evening1, Dec. 17th
TJiejc wi 1 be Fancy Aiticlcs for s lie,"
uKo Cake'ni.il lec Cream nil ut moderate
The Old Woman in a Shoe"
and the "Old I'eunut Woman"
will be in attendance.
Dior opm ut 7 n'piock. Sale of Ar
ticles commences nl 7:30.
vYtliuiKtsioii & Cent.
IVTISS CHILLBURG, Mljlinur.
JLTX formcilyat Mrs. Lack's baa re
moved to N'cillV Block, onoilu (he
.Marble Works wbeie she will bo
pleiif-ul to tee In-i fr ends, and to attend
to all oidcns in her line. LnU'Ht
Niyli'H and best quality of
Fov Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSK PUKM1SES SITUATED ON
X 1 iiunhmt Street called "Ktinnuilo
Iiln," tho pmpoity of C. 11. Judd, are for
salo or for lease lor u term of years.
For part leu In r.s inquire of
ALKX. .1. CAUrWltlGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, 1E80.
On account of departure,
thui entire New IIouso and
Fine Lot. on Lunnlilo Street.
used by Mr. O. Duval, There are, down
htiiirs, ii lurKi I at lor, dining room, 1 bed
room, kitchen, jmnliy and bathroom;
u pst a Irs, Sluice bid moms, nil (supplied
with closeiH. For tuither information,
apply on tho ju finises. 01 2w
Tho beautiful Cream
Colored Mare, with ell.
vcr mane and lull, often
tecn ou the street driven
by u Inilv: is said to bo
very fast, Is for falo nt Mr. B. F.
GrahamM stable, fur the very reasonable
flguro of 300,00. 09 3t
Til? UNDERSIGNED HAVING
been appointed Asilgncps of tho
Estal . of LAM CHOCK, of Hqnolulu,
a buiurupt, ull perrons Indebted to said
estate nro hereby noil fled to pay tuo
same Immediately to the undersigned.
Honolulu, Dec. IB, J830, op 2t-3w
' --M : . iMM
AN INTERESTING. LECTURE,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or tall, you arc nil requested to
call at the ELITE ICE CR13AM PARLOUS,
II. J. JTurl, proprietor, 85 Hotel St reel, at an
early date to give your order for the coming
Holidays. You CAN MAKE C1TKISTMAS
CI1L3ERFUL by ordering- Home of our cele
brated Ice Cream, which is pronounced the
"Wo also have a great variety of Plain and
Fancy Calces on hand so wcil known for
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BE OUR SPECIAL AIM
to make tin extra quality of CHKISTMAS
CAKES this season in regard to Material
A splendid lot of the GUOJCEST CAN
DIES has just arrived per steamer Australia ;
also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. -Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders tit
338 IHutual Telephone fisll Tolophouo 182.
The Elite lee Cream Parlors are open daily
Ky order of Mcsrs. T. 11. DAVIES &
CO., we will sell at Public Auction at
tin Lr Saleroom, corner Kanlitimnnu and
On Friday December 17th,
AtlOoVloik n. m. a hit go mid vailed
Selected especially for the Holidays,
comprising in pail
PLATE GLASS TOILET MIRRORS
Embroidered Table Covers,
Decorated Dinner Sets
Toilet Scb; a large a'-rorlment
TOYS & DOLLS
Lnrgc Itocking Horses,
Wool and Linillum Mils.
Lain TeiM Orients
Work Fotcs, Wiiting Desks,
Decorated Fail', Ladies' Sachcls,
a Sclielion of
A nrieiy f Silk Hankerchicfs and
f Scarfs; a large selection of
W JE W RUGS
Laige Cent si- Bugs,
Eureau Bugs, Sofa Bugs,
Jin'.opentd, of new anil elegint designs,
never bijfoic offend for Eule.
The S-V.e will lie continued FRIDAY
EVENING at 7 o'clock.
Tlie alee oilers a splendid opport tin
ny to pmeure impropriate Christmas
G oJ's. 'Ihe arliclis lurMilc will be ou
exhibition THURSDAY. Dec. Kith.
JSP- Beserved Beats for the Ladies.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 Ct Auctioneers.
Hy ordir of Mei-srs. II. HACKPELD
& CO , wo will sell iitPublin Auction at
our salesroom, Queen Slieei, on
On Saturday, December 18th
At 11 o'clock, a. m.
On u Credit to the Tiude, nn assortment
of Liquois i oatistlng of
(In Ciucs mid Bupkcts.)
A la'ge Assortm Mil of
BRANDIES & WHISKIES
(Quails and l'li't'.)
(Quill tk and Tints.)
(Quurts nnd Pints.)
Champagnes, Rhino WineB,
Claret, Port Wine, Sherry,
Kimmol, Etc., Etc.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
07 nt Auctioneers
OF THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA, hy J.
Tnvernler, is now pu exhibition in
OampheirH lJlock, Queei) Ktrcet.
Hours 1 to 4 nnd 7 to 0 p. in. Ad.
rnitslon: Adults, CO cenls; Children, 25
cents. 07 Jv
T fl. BROWN,
Accouutaut, liand and Kittate Accrit,
nud Averfiite Adjuster.
Temporary ofllces: adjoining Tahiti
Lemonudo Depot, Hotel Street,
Iteforencos Hon. A. 8. Cltghorn, TX,
, Creguton, Esq,
Tejcphonc No. SCO. 09
Tho undersigned herewith publicly
warm II Halt, or the Elite Ire Crcaiit
Pnrlur, to desist fiom f rtber slandeioii
ta'k nnd niiuounccs against myself or
my business; 01 tbemiklng ie of my
name In any shape or lorni, as T hive no
thing In common with Mid Hail; other
wise I -liall take piocccdiugsngnimt htm
iiccordlng to law, in order to pioicct my
iujtilnlltm and ibo good will of inv bust
ness. V. IliilN".
Prnoticil Confectioner, Pn.ry Ccok
nnd Ornamentcr, Hotil Sirtel.
Honolulu, Dec. l.'ltb, 18SG.
Honolulu, Dec. 12th, 188.
To the Editor of Hit: Herald:
Dkaii Siu: The beautiful cake, with
olher delicacies, that Mr. Horn bo gen
emuslv donated to the Pi lory full last
Satuidnywe.de, wast old fir the sum of
12, being subscribed for by twelve citi
zens nt a c'ollar each, who each took
away their sharo with them. It was noi
cut up by Halt of the Eiito Ice Cream
Parlor nnd disti United to tho Reformi
tory School boj s. ns is said to have been
staled by the taiil Hait.
A piominent Judge's lady unertork
the dispos'il of the inlic, and two gintle.
men (who eic subseribcis) cut it up
and handrd it, under the Indy'n direc
tion, to the rcmiining cmitributorj.
Eveiy one was well satifclird w ith Mr.
Horn's skill nnd hunllwoik, and the
lake w.i nil that could be wisliul lor,
and well worth the money buliscribul
or it. I nni yours, etc.,
SuiiscMUEii to tiie Cake,
Kapalama, Dl-c. 12tb, 18S0.
DeaiiMii. lions: In nply to your
queiy with regaid to the h itulii me c.iko
ilonaud l.y yru to the Piiory litir yis.
lerday week, 1 have to Hate ih-it I wn
one ol tbe gentlemen (Mr. F. L. Clirke
being the otbei), who nshifted in cutting
up mill dlhtiibuting the same to tin.
twelve subseribei-s of whom 1 was one.
The cuke was ccrlaiuly nwt given to
my Hefonnatory fc'chonl Hand bojs nnd
whoever s.iys ho is guilty ot an imiruth.
H R II. Princess Liktlike very kindly
iimiertoi'k lo see that the boys were nm.
ply provided with refreihmenU, and
they hnd nil they wished for.
The cake was not only u veiy hand,
some one usu woik of art, but was ex
ceediiig'y tasty and delicious.
You are at libeiiy to make u-e of this
in ii uy way you may think lit
I am, dear sir, ynuis, etc.,
Geouqk E. Gncsi.EY .Tackeon,
07 lw Principal Rtf'iin.iiory School.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
2,500 Packages of
HAY & GRAIN
Just reciivid ex baik Ceylon at
JOHN F. COLBURN'S
00 Kiuff Slreol. lw
COTTAGE TO LET.
ON NUUANU STREET, n Cottngo
containing 3 rooms, eiu. Apply to
OJlm , JaS. W. noUERTSON.
COTTAGE TO BENT,
A NEAT COTTAGE on Lllllm Street,
containii g 4 rooms and kilclien.
Apply ut No. l!!l Llllhn Street. OUw
IIiOMJanuaiy, 18S7. Tho beniitl.
: fid dwelling piemises now occu
pied by A. .1. OartwrlBht, Jr. The
premUes nro located on Niiiiiinii Road,
hVi0"1,1' lnilt's from ,ho Honolulu
WhnrfH. A splendid chance to procure
a eoinfoilablo homo with nlco gaiden.
Rent $10 per nionlli,
"0 lw A. Jaeger, Agent.
THE PREMISES lately occupied by
Queen Emnin, sltuute on the sutith
corner of Nuuiinu nnd Derolnniu hlicet-",
nro ofTi-rcd for rental for n term of yeare
upon reasonable terms. Apply to
JOHN II. PATY,
QOff Treas. Queen's Hospl'nl.
HAVING secured tho services of
MJt. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
rhuslng agent in Gan Francisco, I sluill
in futuro bo preiiartd to 1111 all orders in
our lino partirulnr)y,-or any special or
dors, with tho insurance thut Mr. Oni'a
peiaonal attention will bj given lo tho
selection nnd puichase of ull article
ordered. (08) J. H. SOPER.
I GRAND OPENING '
Saturday Evening, Dec, 11th.
The Pioprlelors take pleanno In nn.
iioiiiioliur. to their fib'tids and the gvnc
ml publle, thut they hnvc remodeled imd
iiillikd thu piembei linmedhitrly nbovu
Motel Stiuu', Avhere on ni.d nfier neM
SatuiJay Eve will bo found the best of
I'liu-Htook was piirohiiscd under Iho
miiicivIhIoii oi Mr. .Tas. Dodd, whllo
Lust, and having been so long In tho
business, ho knows the winds (,f tho
I rail o, and has purchased the nrllclu that
will ploii'o the mis', fiisiidloup.
rl hiiiking our frlemU nnd palions for
past favors, nnd desiring n contlnuanco
of ihe same,
Wo mo, respectfully jour,
- Wi:ST- '. W. MACl-AHLANi:.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
interest of II. M. Dow in tho btisinesr
of West, Dow it Co., Fort street,
Honolulu, 1ms been purchased by G.
Wchl. The business will be conduct
ed under the linn nnnio of West Dow
it Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to innnago, but without any further
lesponsibility for tho linns debts or
All debts due tho Into linn of West
Dow it Co., fdiouhl be paid to the
undersigned, who-will pnv nil debts
duo by it.
WEST DOW it Co., per . West.
Honolulu, December l.'ltb, 1880. 07
Haw. Bell Telejimiie li
I7R0M THE FIRST DAY OF jW
. uary next, the rfiitnl rf Ins'rumijnta
at present in use in ihe Dlsiricis of Eia,
Wnianao, Wnlaluii and ICoolaupoko will
be leduced to $5 00 pr moi th.
GODFR Y BROWN,
m - President.
H. J. TVOJUiTOE
Has ji st received a lrge assort
Elegant leerscbanDi Pipes
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a largo t-tock of all the most
Popular anil Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Eriar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newest Designs, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
THE undersigned was appointed as
Assignee in the Bankruptcy of
Quong Teen York K-e, of Honolulu, on
the 21st Sepiember, A. D. 1E0, and all
persons who have not tiled their claims
wlih the uudiMgned and do not do bo
on or before iho 0lh day of December
instant, their claims will not be alloucd
ns iho undersigned will fllo his accounts
on the tho 21st Instant for n final hear,
ing, before the Hon, A. F. Judd, Chlof
Justice. W. C. PARKE,
th-s-tu-lh s Assignee.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direot
A VESSEL (STEAMEIt IF SUF
flcicnt inducement is offered) will
leavo Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about Mnich ne.t n:d will laku freight
and pa"-seniei8 at very low ratep.
Liberal's nud others wishing to pre.
engngu pttb&pge for their families or
friends may make umingemcnts wilh
the undersigned. For freluhl or pnspnge
OQ apply to PAUL 130HM.
To Planters nml Employers
riHE UXDEHSIGNED UEGS TO
X lutliuatu Unit ho has mado arrange,
ments to bring from Japan experienced
ludles' maids, housemaids, children's
muses, house and stable boys, guidon.
crs, and general servants, agricultural
nn1 gcnornl hihnrcis, sniloif, He.
The knowledge acrjiilied hy the un
derslgiud of tho Jajianefo dining hia
stay of 10 years In Jap in enables him to
select uitnblo peri-oils', which will glvo
satisfaction to their employer?.
Poisons wishing to avail themselves
of this- oppoilunity to secuie good ser
vants and laborers will please communl
cate with the uiidcuignul, who will caU
at ofllces and private houses, if desiied,
to glvelnoimailon nnd receive orderr.
The undci signed litis hud much ex.
pcileneo with tho labeling cIhsfoh of
Japan, and with his. knowledge of tho
laimmigo, inaybonbli) to glvo valuable
ndvico to planters and others. Up js
willing to vbit plunt'itlons and mills on
Iho Islands. PAUL HOllM,
No. 128 Ucrelana Slieei, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone ;161).
TO LET OR I.EASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON,
taining four lorge room and four
nn ill rooms; ulbo, ftiill, oirrlago houee,
with nemly one i c e of puituio and gir
don. aMisIan water, etc, 1'eims eiy
maihrite. Apply to Gko. II. Roueut.
ion, Punaliou, for key, etc, 05 luj
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