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All wntcr rates due on tfirm endlrfg
June iiO, 1887, mini br paid tit Iho office
of the Honolulu Water Winks before
loth day of Janiiiry, 1S;7 All rntm re.
mftlDlDg uupiUl Januiuy IP, 1Sfc7, will
bo subject to an additional 10 per cent.
Poni9 paying rut's will ptce'it their
last recelp'. CHAS. H. ILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Woik.
Approved: L. AHOL'l,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. 4, 188(1. 00
BISHOP A Co., UAN1LBK8
IIhuuIm it Hawaiian Islands
Draw Evel augii on Hit
I3a nU ol Ctiimii.ni tu, . XT.
Anil lliolr ngeiils In
NEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. K. M. Roth-child & Sou, London
The Commercial Hunk Co., or Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
TUu Haul; of Mew Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tiie Hani of llrltlfh Columbia, Ip-
loria, li. C, ami I'onland, r
Traii-mut a General Hanking l!uslni's.
I'lsdged tn'uelthnt Ujtt I 01 IVrly.
But established for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY. I) KG. IS. 1880.
ABOUT BOYS AND HOODLUMS.
All men were hoys once. And,
generally speaking, the more real
the boy as a boy, the move genuine
the man as a man, when the boy
becomes a man. Not always for
Bomeliincs a real boy, with u heart
as true as steel and as big as a
bullock's, develops into a moan,
deceitful, selfish something in the
likeness of man, with a soul shriveled
up to dollars and cents.
"We like boys. They are so jubi
lant, so happy, so candid, so guile
less, that we look upon them with
admiration, delight, and affection.
Moreover, we believe them to be a
much maligned class of the commu
nity, and accused of being trouble
some, mischievous, and restless,
which indeed they arc, or tlicy
would not be boys. Hut these arc
parts of true boyish nature, and not
sins. To regard patched pants as
signs of honor, and high bats as
objects of detestation, and to possess
simple hearts into which the lessons
of fashion and gentility have yet to
be instilled, do not involve a breach
of the decalogue.
Be it understood that the word
boy is used in a limited sense, and
with sorrow we confess that boys
are scarce now-a-days at least,
among the young people of our ac
quaintance. Our lot is cast in an
age when the youth of the masculine
gender speedily scorn the chrysalis
state of boyhood, and soar forth as
young gentlemen with kid gloves,
and canes, and sham jewelry, smoke
cigarettes, drink beer and spirits,
blaspheme, and do all they can to
create the. impression that they arc
small men. These are not boys at
all in our vocabulary. They are an
entirely different class of animal.
Thev arc hobble-de-hoys. And with
all our admiration for boys, we
have unmitigated contempt for those
Yes, it must be confessed that
Honolulu is a place where a terrible
disease corrupts the healthy happi
ness of boyhood at a very early age,
and an alarmingly largo proportion
of cases break out into a'.l the un
healthy bloom of dandyism and
hoodlumibin. They get themselves
up gorgeously, decorate their fronts
with vulgar looking chains anil their
fingers with massive rings, carry
walking canes, perch their hats on
three hairs, play billiards, loll
around street corners, make painful
efforts to smoke cigarettes and
cigars, and use foul language. In
the matter of wisdom, .Solomon was
a fool in coinpaiison with these
young gentlemen. They know
everything; they don't require to
be taught. They have no faith in
those who are older ami morn expe
rienced: they believe in them
selves n most hcalhenlxh belief.
To tell them that to be manly is to
be brave, and sensible, and honor
able, and modest, and unselfish, is
talking to the wind, for their mea
sure of manliness lies in fashionable
display, loud talk, and atttempts nt
It is very sad to heo so many of
the rislug generation transformed
into caricatures of men, tho healthy,
honest nature of tho hoy polluted by
bumptiousness, silliness, foppery,
uud vulgarity. No doubt, much of
the ovll 1a due (o (ho fault of those
who hnvo their traininc. Tho worst
effects nre gct.cinllv remediable, if
. , , '
tliu t.vnminnm no nnsprvpil nnil
tho s-yinptoms bo observed and
wisely treated in time. Two or
three feet of cane, applied exter
nally and tlni dose repeated if neces
sary, will bo found in most cases to
be wonderfully efficacious.
SCENE OH "THE DEPARTURE OF A
The depaituro of n home wind
bound steamer fiom this, our
adopted home, ultrtfets at all tlinea,
a large gathering on the wharf of all
classes of Society. Though the
event happens two or three times
every month, it is always varied, but
nevertheless always interesting to
someone. Some wend their way
thither out of sheer curiosity, to kill
time, to listen to the band, (which,
by the way, was conspicuous by its
absence yesterday) while some aie
bent on business, and a few to my
"good bve" to those who arc nearest
and dearest to them. To some it is
a gay scene, to others a sad parting.
To attempt to picture the true scene
with the pen,of the young wife and the
young husband who are about to be
divided by the wide ocean, is moie
than the writer aspires to. He has
so often witnessed the scene that it
would be natural to infer that he
would become callous to the falling
tear and the last embrace, as the
gangway is about to be withdrawn.
The wavings of handkerchiefs fol
low, until at last, distance venders
the dear one's form undistinguish
ablc from others in the motley crowd.
Meditation ensues, as the steamer
is lost to sight, and even stern man
hood ii made to weep internally, if
not visibly, as ho wends his way
citywauls alone and for the time
deserted. The thoughts of thoc
who have just said "Good byo," can
be well rendered in tho melancholy
words of the post:
'No one to love, no one to bles-,
No one to cherish, or to caress."
Another and more enlivening pait
ot the scene is the departure of the
young gentleman who lias just paid
a Hying visit to the Islands. He
has' been dined, and wined, and
lionized on all sides. Dinners have
been given in his honor, toasts
drunk, and witty impromptu after
dinner hpccchcs have been made to
render the guest of the evening
happy. The young ladies being
non-niembei of the Bohemian club,
are by reason thereof excluded from
sharing in the festive gatherings of
the "Owls in the Trollies," but they
make up ior it by .having an im
promptu dance. It is there they
shine, and it is there that the society
of a true gentleman is appreciated.
Hut at last comes the day of de
parture. The handsome young man
arrives at the wharf bedecked with
leis, and blessed with Alohas. Jokes
are indulged in by his Bohemian
friends,wliiletheyoung ladies, having
only in mind the mazy waltz and the
dizzy whirl of the ball-room, wave
their handkerchiefs and smile. Their
feelings might be depicted in the
following words a quotation from
the "Two Cousins."
"I could waltz day ami night
In one whirl of delight
If paitners were all like that lat one of
Of snch is the character of the
scenes on the departure of a steamer
for the Coast, the closing scene of
which is a final "Adieu" as the no
ble i-pocinicn of naval architecture
glides out of view over the placid
waters, as a thing ot life.
"Happy to meet,
Happy "to part,
Happy to meet again.''
WHAT THE PUBLIC ARE PEAY
That the garbage about town may
be cleared away by some one before
That the opium license will never
be granted :
That no more liquor licenses may
That the holes in the Pali road
may be filled in befoie the next
That there may be no more forgers
pardoned, and allowed to renew their
diingeinus practices in this or any
That the names of pardoned
prisoners he published "By Author
ity" or otherwise:
'That policeman be provided with
easy chairs for tiie night watch, and
umbrellas for the day watch:
That Xmas day be kept as a Holy
That Municipal Council be ap
pointed to do those things that ought
to bo done, and which are at present
That barbers would sharpen their
razors before a customer comes in,
and not after.
DEPARTURE OF THE OCEANIC CO.'S
The S. S. Alameda sailed last
evening, bound to San Francisco.
She carried away a largo number of
passengers as enumerated in our
shipping columns. Also 1,2-10
bunches of bananas and 800 bags
of rice. Slio took to San Francisco
(i.filO letters, and 2,120 papers.
She also nearly carried off half a
dozen Hawaiian stevedores. These
men had been engaged stowing
away bananas and other freight in
the ship's hold up to the last mo
lncnt. When called on deck they
found tho vessel moving seawards,
and their only hope and chance of
regaining a footing on terra flruui of
Hawaii m:i was by means of a rope
attached to the after end of Iho vessel
nnd tho wharf. Professional nero
bids could not have displayed more
ng.V, lmn ilid the sturdy and
active Ilnwniinns as they lowered
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themselves hand-ovcr-hand fashion
on a small line. One by onn they
camo down the line like rats, that
amuso themselves by scampering up
and down a vessel's rigging. Tho
eccno was amusing to tho spectators
and exciting to the performers,
each and all of whom were applaud
ed for their activity. A large lamp
belonging to these stevedores, was
carried away, but probably returned
in the pilot boat.
The appended questions, which
the author is pleased to denominate
conundrums, have been handed to
us, accompanied by an earnest re
quest for their publication. The
request is complied with, that the
authorities may see thai there is an
insane person sit large, and it i
respectfully suggested that they
keep a careful watch:
If Chun Hook should capture
himself would he gel tho $300?
Because a man is sleight of hand,
is that a reason why he should slight
If a girl repeatedly says, "Oh,
I'm so tired," must a fellow hold
her in his arms?
If the Genealogy Board should
turn loose their pigs, would they
scent out the Chun Hook lair?
If Hopkins should shoot the wrong
Chinaman, would it make him a
If nuts assist digestion, what as
If the Bui.i.urix and Advertise)'
poets should bump heads, would it
enlarge their poetic functions
If a fellow soars on the wings of
verbosity and egotism, is lie quali
fied for a dry goods' clerk?
If u fellow looks two ways for
Sunday, how does he look Sunday
If a lady continually beats her
hired horse and the owner heals
her, which is the bigger beet?
If a matrimonial market was
opened here and bachelors sold
under the hammer would it not be a
harvest for the girls?
If the military force of Hie king
dom should assemble in the center
of Oahu and gradually spread out,
would they run Chun Hook into the
sea, or would the fierce aspect of a
moustache kill him right out?
What are the odds on the fight
between the . G. A. and the
Herultl, on tho subsidy question?
Major Hoop Savoy offers (J to -I on
the P. 0. A.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACTORY.
The old established premises ou
Hotel street of which Mr. F. Horn
is proprietor, presents to the public
view, a beautiful stock of Confec
tionery and Cakes, Candies, Fruit
Glaees and Pastries, &c. Of the
cakes especial mention must he
made of a Wnnuixo Caki: the artis
tic work of Mr. Horn, fie challenges
the kingdom to produce a man that
can equal his handiwork in cake
ornamentation, and will back his
opinion to the amount of SfiOO. It
is a sight, worth seeing and evety
lady anil gentlemen ought to pay a
visit to the Pioneer Candy Factory.
Mince pies have been made a spe
cialty and will be ready for delivery
to the million next Thursday. TJie
ice cream parlors are also a feature
in this extensive establishment.
COLONEL NfOBHIS BACK AGAIN.
Colonel Sain Migratory Norris ar
rived in Honolulu, by the barkentine
Eureka, this morning. Tho Colonel
is said to have dropped his dolphin
line on leaving San Francisco, and
not to have hauled it in until this
morning. He did not catch a fish.
In fact, did not get a bite. The
Colonel is looking well and as young
as ever. He is full of funny stories
and as fresli as "salmon. He travels
between San Francisco and Hono
lulu merely to catch fish. The vessel
he sails in, generally makes a long
passage, and the Colonel is said to
lie a Jonah.
THE LICK TELESCOPE.
Chicago, December oth. Cap
tain T. E. F'razer, who lias charge
of the Lick Observatory, on Mount
Hamilton, Cal., was at the Richelieu
Hotel to-day. He is on his way to
Boston to superintend the shipment
of the lenses for the new telescope
for the observatory. Captain Frazer
hopes to hove the telescope ready
for observation by New Year's.
Sunllower Parish, Mississippi, lias
two colored teachers, the only ones
who were able to pass the required
Moilar M, Dec 2011-
At 7 r. m., at my salesroom,
Dinner and Tea Sets
And other Novelties.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
12 2t Auctioneer,
The fair weather of the week at
Koolau was broken yesterday by
raiitvsqualls, from the northward.
Mr. C. M. Cook, well borer, while
boung a well at Kaliuku, struck
wood 100 foot below surface. The
kind or nature of tho wood is not
One of the old artesian wells nt
Laic, Koolau, emitted two live
lUhes and a piece of lava, one day
this week. The llsli arc named Ho
paia, or something similar in sound.
Laic mill has commenced grind
ing. The yield this year is expect
ed to be about 200 tons.
Last Wednesday the schooner
Waiehu, with 800 bags of paddy
aboard, glided over tho reef near
the Mokolii passage, without strik
ing a remarkable escape.
My answer to the question, how
1 was educated, ends where it began ;
1 had" the right mother. President
Timothy Dwight of Yale.
WS. LUCE, A ine and Spirit Mer-
olinnl. tugs to tt-ito thut Ids
pine j of business wt 1 not be open on
SATURDAY next, CbrUtimis Kay.
Tho FI VEST and BUST assorted
stock of WINES, Etc., can be hail of
W. S- LUCE.
la woithy of note.
Due do Montcbello,
Cabinet Green Seal.
Special mt :titl( n (I a in to his
CelGliraM Wliite Port !
MINCE PIES !
Tho.-e He ieious ami Rich Christmas
mid New Year's
Enjoying a 0 vearV reputation, will
be'rwnly f.r Sile lion THURSDAY,
Dec. S'.liit -, ut
Christmas and New Years' Cakes
ot all ilercrlplioas.iSecoi'.iied in HORN'S
well known in a '. tyK-, from if 1.00 to 5 00
at (O cmls .cr pound, til the
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
IIolol jl , bet. Niiiunu m d Fori fct.
Jlulh Telephones No. 74. VI
. H. SOPER,
Invites a'.tcnliou to the f illowing lht of
Ju-tr.cj.v d by OomiiIu Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grunt Where,
AVlicn and How He Fought.
Nursery A. B. C, Picture, Story, Magic,
Dream uud Fortnnu Telling nouke.
Chatteib.ix, l-8:t, beautifully bound.
1'rnuk Leslie', (Jln.turuox, do.
Cards and Pictures
CHM&TMAS C.V15D5, beautiful de
signs, iiirlcdiiig Raphael Tuck &
Lirgo tiemp Pictures, comprising the
Loid Mayor's Procession, The Qucoa
Reluming from n ltuviow, mill other
Children's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
. Gaines, etc., etc.
Standard Books !
fU'crtts of Success in Business,
Golden Key to Sucuhi.,
Family liihlcs with Registers,
Autocrat of tho Breakfast Table.
Hoots aud Saddles, and a
Largo variety of Popular Works
Cold Pens and Holders
J. H. SOPER,
Hook-cller, Stationer and News Agent,
Gazette Block, Met chant Street. 12
DOG FOK SALE.
CJtOKS BETWEEN MASTIFF
nnd Blood Hound. Apply ut-O.
J. FlslidV store, to
12 GEO. B. PEACOOIC.
LAST WEEK FBOM MAJOR HAY'.
ley's dog-cart a rubber mat. The
Under on returuiugiaid mat to tho Hotel
Stables will j ecclyid 95 reward, 12 2t
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AtfD GEtfTLEMElS", young
and old, small or tall, yon are all requested to
call at the ELITE ICE ORE AM PARLORS,
II. J. Hail, proprietor, 85 Hotel Street, atan
early date to give your order for the coming
Holidays. You CAN" MAKE CHRISTMAS
CHEERFUL by ordering some of our cele
brated Ice Cream, which is pronounced the
"We also have a great variety of Plain and
Pancy Calces on hand so weil known for
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BE OUR SPECIAL ALM
to make an extra quality of CHRISTMAS
CAKES this season in. regard to Material
A splendid lot of the CHOICEST OAK
DIES has just, arrived per steamer Australia ;
also tin elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders at
338 Mutual Telephone. B2II Telephone 182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
Christmas Sales !
By. E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Change of Programme
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. 18th, at
7 p. in., ut our Salesroom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. '.'1st, at 7
p in., at our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Deo Silrd, at
7 p. in., nt our Salesroom.
1?$' Reserved Scats (or the Ladies at all ol
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 5t Avctionecrs.
MISS CHILLBURG, Milliner,
lorineilyat Alls. Lack's has re
moved to Nicoll's Bluck, oi-posilo tliu
Marble Workf, where she will bu
pleased to sec hci friends, and lo attend
to all oid-rs in her linn, liittent
Stj'It-H ami best rinnlity of
Accountant, I.unil anil S'.Htutc Agent,
Present addnss at J. E. Wiseman's
References Hon. A. S. Clegliorn, K.
J. Urei'.'iiion, r.-q.
OF HIE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA, by J.
Tineruier, it. now ou exhibition in
Campbell's l'.lonk. Queen Street.
IIo'iis 1 to 4 and 7 to !i p in. Ad
illusion: Adults, (.0 (cuts; Children, 25
cents. 07 lw
COTTAGE TO LET.
THE NEW COTTAGE
c nner ol KingnuU I cmacoia
fctiuets. Inqiiiro of
W. O. ATWATKR,
11 lw Gov't llultdlng.
For Sale or Lease.
X 1 uiinhou Street called "Kananilo
Ida," the propei ty of C. II. Judd, aie for
sale or for lease tor a term of years.
For paiticulars inquire of
ALEX. .1. CAR I' WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. lfcSO.
On account of departure,
thai entire New House and
Fine Lnt, on Lunalilo Street,
used by Mr. O. Duval. Theie are, down
stairs, a largo t m lor, dining room, 1 lied
room, kitchen, imtitry and bathroom:
upstaliH, U large bed rooms, all supplied
with olosuts. For further information,
apply on the premise?. 04 2w
X that I will not be respmuible for
any debt eonti acted in my nume without
my written order.
JOHN M. VIVAS.
Honolulu, Dec. 14th, 188.1.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
been appointed A silences of the
Estate of LAM OHOOIC, of Honolulu,
a bankrupt, all persons indebted to said
estate nru hereby notiflul to pay tlio
same Immediately to tlio undersigned.
W. O. PA RICE.
Honolulu, Dfe. 15, 18'Q. Oil 2t-3w
I ENGLISH OR GERMAN NURSE
JJ Girl. Apply at Bui.lutin Okkjck.
J ANTED A GOOD STEADY
T,V competent man to take elinrgc-of
n country shop, 'MiurieJ man pio
ferrod" a first class opening for a good
sober lndiiKlrions mau. Apply to ll. S.,
Honokaa Post Oillce.
FOB LEASE OK SALE.
TIIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
klkl, at present occupied by G. D.
Frcetti, Apply at ollleo of
FKEETH & PEACOCK,
13 if " 23 Nuuanu street.
The understand! licrew itli publicly
warns II. IIait,"of the Elite Ico Uream
Parli.r, to desist fiom ft rllier slaaileroii"
talk und imuouncenicDU aijalnst myself
or my business; or them iking use of my
inline in any sliapo or lorm, as I have no
lliing In common with slid Hart; oilicr
wiu Mmll tako proceedings agaiiKtlilm
according to law, In Older lo protect my
reputation and the good will of my Liui
ness. V. HwllN.
Pincllcil Confectioner, Pastry Cook
nud Ornamenter, ITotd Street.
Uouolulu, Dec. 18th, 1830.
Honolulu, Dee. 12tli, 188(1.
To the Editor of tliu Herald:
J)bau Sin: The beautiful cake, with
other deliuieioK'that Mr. Horn ho gen
erously donated to the Prioiy fair last
S.ituiday wetik, was told fir the sum of
12, biinfr subscribed for by twelve citi
zcas at a dollar each, who each look
away their share with them. It was not
cut up by Hart of the Elite Ico Cieam
Parlor aiid distributed to the IUfonna
lory School boys, as is said to have bten
stand by the said Halt.
A prominent Judgc.'s lady undertook
the disposal of the take, and two gtutlc
mea (who were subicriberi,) cut it up
and handed it, under tho lady's direc
tion, to the remaiuing contributors.
Kvety one w.i3 well satisliid with Mr.
Horn's skill and haiidiwnik, and the
cake wui all ihat could bo wished for,
.and well worth the money subscribed
or it. I am yours, etc ,
SuiisciiinuK to the Caki:.
Kapalama, Dec. 12th, 1830.
DfAU Mil. Hotl: In reply to your
quciy with regaul lo the hiiuUi me cake
douaud ly you to the Pi iory lair yes
terday week, I have to Matu lhat I was
one of tiji: gentlemen (Mr. F. L. CI irke
being the othei),who assisted in cutting
up and di-tributing the samo to ihe
tttelvc subscribers of whom 1 was one.
The cike was certainly not given to
my Heformatory School Hand bos and
wniever says so is guilty of an tint! nth.
n. R II. Princes Likciike very kind'y
unileitook lo see that iho boys weru inn.
nl ir r,tili.ft will, vfclV..wl,r.,ir.3 .,!
tln'Y had all they wished for.
me cane was not only a veiy Hand
some ono as a woik of art, but was ex
ceeding'y tasty and delicious.
Ynu aie at liberty to make u-o of this
in any way you may think fit.
I am, dear sir, youts; etc.,
Guonau E. Guesi.by Jackson,
07 lw Principal Ref'uniatory School.
, u iuimit
Note's Beaver Sata.
COTTAGE TO LET.
rN NUUANU STREET, a Cottnge
J containing ;i rooms, etc.
J AS. W,
COTTAGE TO KENT,
A NEAT COTTAGE on Llliha Street,
containing 4 rooms and kilchen.
Apply at No. t!!l Llliha Si rect. 03 lw
IIiOM January 1, 18S7. Tho beauti
? fill dwelling premises now occu
pied by A. .1. Onrtwrlght, Jr. Tho
premises are located on Niimuiu Road,
about y, miles from the Honolulu
Wharfs. A splendid chance to procure
a comfortable homo with nice gatden.
Rent 50 per month.
09 lw A. Jaeger, Agent.
THE PREMISES lately occupied by
Queen Emma, situate on the south
corner of Nuuanu and Bcretania street?,
arc ollcred for rental for a term of years
upon reasonable terms. Apply to
JOHN 11. PATY,
potf Trcas. Queen's Hcspi'al.
HAVING secured tho services of
MR. J, M. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent ln-Can Francisco, I shall
in future bo prepared lo till all orders in
our lino particularly, or any special or
ders, with tho assurance thut Mr. Oat's
personal attention will ho given to tho
selection and purchase of all articles
ordered. (08) J, II, SOPER.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tliu PiopriototA tako plentute in nn.
uoniiclni; to lliolr fii -nds and tliu tinc.
nil public, thut they have remodeled and
refilled the picinhci uiinudia'Cly above
Hotel Slice', where on ni.d nfier next
B.iliiriiay Eve will be found tliu bjst of
Tho Mmket nllbrds.
Tho Stock was purchased under tho
fupervislon o Mr. .Ins. Hodd, while
Kust, and having been so long In tho
business, he knows tho wnnw cf tho
trade, and has pineliascd the nrtlclc that
will plea'i) tlio mest fastidious.
Thanking our ft lends and patrons for
just favors, and desiring a coutinuaueo
of ihu same,
Wo are, respectfully yours,
04 lw Proprietors.
O. WKST. (J. V. MACFAHLANK.
Dissolution of Pai'tnersliip.
NOTICE in hereby given Hint the
interest of 11. M. How in tliebiisinesf
of West, Dow it Co., Fort street,
Honolulu, has been purchased by G.
West. The business will bo conduct
ed under the Jinn nnnio of West Dow
Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to lniinage, but without any further
responsibility for tho firms debts or
. All debts duo the late lirm of West
Dow it Co., should be paid to the
undersigned, who will pay all debts
duo by it.
WEST DOW & Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December lllth, 188G. 07
law. Bell TeleDbone Go.
FROM THE FIRST DAY OP JAN
uary next, the lentnl of ins'runients
ut present in uso in the Districts of Ewn,
Waianae, Waialua and Ivoolaupoko will
hi reduced to if.1) 00 per moi fi.
GO DPR Y BROWN,
97 lm President.
received a lrgo assort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a huge slock 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.
rpHE undersigned m appointed as
JL Assignee "in tlio Uankiuptcy of
Quon Teen York Ke, of Honolulu, on
the ais-l September, A. D. 1880, and all
persons who have not tiled their claims
wlih iho iindeiigncd and do not do so
on or beforo the 20th day of December
iustaut, their claims will not be allowed
as the undeisigncd will tlio his accounts
on tho the 21st instant for a final hear-
iiiK, bcioro tuc tion. a. u. uiuiu, uniei
Justice. W. C. PARKE,
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF SUF
llcient inducement is offered) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about March next n.d will lakn freight
and pnssencers at vory low rates.
Laborers and others wishing; to pre.
engage passago for their families or
friends may make nnangemcuts with
tho undersigned. For frcltdit or passago
oaj appiy to rauii rsuiiil.
To Planters and Employers
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
intimate that ho has made arrange,
ments to bring from Japan experienced
ladles' maids, housemaids, children's
nuiKcs, hoiibo nnd stt.hlo boys, garden
ers, and general tcrvants, agricultural
aud general laborers, sallows, etc.
The knowledgo acquired by tho uti.
dcrslgncd of tho Japanese dining his
stay of. Ill years in Jap'in enables him lo
select .tillable persons, which will glvo
satisfaction lo their employers.
Persons wishing to avail ihcmselrcs
of this oppoilunity to secure good per
vautsand laborers will please communi
cate Willi the iiudcuigntd, who will call
at offices and ptivato houses, if desired,
to give information aud receive ordei-.
Tho undn signed has had much ex.
pcrieneo with tlio laboring clatscs of
Japan, and with his knowledgo of tho
laniMiagc, limy bo able to give ruIiinVe
advice to planters and others. He is
Milling to vhit plantations and mills on
the Islands. PAUL BOHM,
No. 128 Beretanla Klieet, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone IIGU,
TO LET OK LEAS!.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tabling four Irrgo mum and four
i mill rooms; also, all, cirrlagu house,
with neaily ono ucie of prttiuo and gtr
den, artesian water, etc. lenits cry
moderate. Apply lo Gno. II. Hoiieut
t ox, l'unahou, for key, etc. 05 lm
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