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TENDERS v ill In- iiMM?i oil ntthe
liik'riot Olllee until 12 o'clock, noon.
TueMlny, .liunmij 1th, 1S87, for the
construction of n shed ut the Kuio
Bene wmi'liousc, Honolulu.
Specilientions for tho above woik
cnu bo seen nt tin oil'ieo of the Sup
erintendent of Public M'oiks.
Honolulu ,'jii'. 2!lth, ISSO.
L. A 1101,0.
lit) lit MiniMci of tin lutoriur.
All water rates due on term ending
Juuu ill), 1887, innM liu iaiil nt ihe olllco
of tliu Honolulu Water Win Us licforc
15th tiny of .January, 1837 All laics re
maining unpiid January lfi, ISfcT, will
he subject to im mtilltlounl 10 per cent.
Parties paying uilc will present their
Inst receipt.' CllAS. U. WILSON,
Sup't. lluuolulu Water Woiks.
Appiovcd: I,. A1IOI.O,
Minister of Intel ior.
Honolulu, Pec. -1, 1SSG. 00
BISHOP & Co., BANKEHS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JLJuult ol Onlll'oi-iiin, S. IP.
Ami their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssis. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Cominoioial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sduo.,
The Hank of New Zealand: Aueklaud,
Christchuicli, and Wellington,
The Bank of Rritish Columbia,
toria, B. C, and t'oilland, Or.
Transact a Gencial Hanking Business.
Ju gnUjj aUlr.thu
FleJgoil to noithor Sect ror Party,
But establlshod for tho bonefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 2!), 188G.
NEW POLICE JUSTICE.
David Dayton, Ebip, for many
years Deputy jNIar&hal of the King
dom, has been appointed to the
vacancy caused by the promotion of
Police Justice Bickerlon to the Su
preme Court. Mr. Dayton now ex
changes the Bar for the bench.
From his position on the tloor, where
frequenters of the Police Court have
been so long accustomed to see him,
lie ascends to the elevated platform
in front, where he can "look down"
upon his old position. Mr. Dayton's
long experience as deputy Marshal,
or Ciown Prosecutor, has undoubt
edly made him familiar with the laws
of the land that ate administered in
the Police Court, and if he succeeds
as well in the new position as he has
done in the old the public will have
abundant cause to be satisfied.
THE NEW JUDGES.
The two additional judgeships of
the Supreme Court created by the
last Legislature have been fdled in
a way that cannot fail to be satis
factory to the general public. When
the bill was before the house we
gave our views as antagonistic to
the measure, believing that three
judges were equal to the work of
the Supreme Court, and that an
Appellate Court was not provided
for by the bill in any way more
satisfactory than the arragement
already in existence. The Legisla
ture, however, passed the measure,
and it has been a matter of specula
tion and some concern as to how
the new positions would be tilled,
whether by incompetent and unlit
men or by men of integrity and
ability, on whom the country could
safely rely. The appointments have
now been made, and arc gazetted in
tills, morning's Advertiser. Richard
Frederick Hickcrton is Third Asso
ciate Justice, and Abraham For
nandcr Fourth Associate. Both
these gentlemen arc well known
"throughout the islands, and arc as
widely respected as known. Mr.
Hickeitou has long practised nt the
. Honolulu liar, and for six or seven
years past has been Police Magis
trate for the city, in which capacity
lie has evinced firmness, patience,
promptitude, impartiality, a thor
ough knowledge- of law, annul com
mon sense, and ability, and by tho
exercise of these qualities has
seemed the confidence of all having
dealings with his court. He un
doubtedly carries with him that
confidence to the Supreme Bench.
Mr. Fornaudcr is n very old resi
dent, and for many 3'cars has held
the position of Ciicuit Judge for the
Island of Maui, His administration
oflbo law has been marked with all
thoto qualities which constitute a
good and wiso judge. Wre are
pleased at his promotion, because
of his competence for the new posi-
Hon and because ho lins earned it
by long and faithful service. It is
extremely gratifying to us to be
able to Bponk m approvingly of
both these appointments, and feci
assured that the general public, who
desiro that tho integrity and purity
which have chat notorized the Su
preme Court in tho past shnll be
maintained in the future, will he
It is with a feeling of reluctance
that we take up the pen to llnd fault,
to make a serious complaint, aye, even
to raise a protest, at this festal season.
Nevertheless, it is an imperative
duty, and in the public interests, we
fonilossly protest against a repeti
tion of last Friday evening's perfor
mances. It is not only to the unli
mited, indiseicel, and discordant
serenading that we wmdd draw at
tention, but to the firing of guns,
bombs or whatever one chooses to
call those explosive materials that
were set olf continually throughout
the night of Christmas Eve. It is
not our purpose to attempt to ex
pound or expatiate on the traditional
customs of a Christinas Eve, or any
other eve, but it is our intention to
pronounce most emphatically against
the wanton disturbance caused by
an unmitigated lot of hoodlums and
pilferers. That the majority of
these so-called screnadcrs who will
howl under your window-sill, accom
panied by a rattle on a kerosene oil
tin and scraping on a cracked fiddle,
or something worse, during the
hours that ought to be devoted to
rest, arc hoodlums, goes without
saying. That there are sneak
thieves amongst thcin, who put
their nefarious principles into prac
tice on these special occasions, there
is ample proof.
No one could reasonably object to
a few melodious voices singing a
sw cet Hawaiian air, or a Christinas
Carol, between the hours of sun
down and 10 r. si., but to be repeat
edly told at your bedroom door, be
tween midnight and daylight, by
a half dozen dissonant voices that :
"1 necr will foi get you,
The gentle how that you gave nie,"
is too much for a Christian to bear.
It's barbaric, and uncivilized. There
is no excuse for it. It may be said
by way of exculpation, that it is
only an imitation of the old foreign
"waits." It is no such thing. It
is an abortion that ought never to
Of the bomb firing, we have a
still stronger sentiment to express.
The particular neighborhood, Ma-
unakiekie, or as it is more commonly
called, Punchbowl, is notorious
for the setting off of these useless
explosives, and more particulaily
during the hours of darkness. The
Queen's Hospital stands immediate
ly makai of the district referred to,
and we are authentically informed,
that on the night in question, no
one iu that edifice obtained tuo
hours consecutive sleep. The
sickly, the dying, and the convales
cent were all more or less affected
by the quiet of the night being dis
tuibcd. The noise was not of a
temporary character. It was conti
nuous from sunset until daylight.
To a non-sufferer from this gross
outrage, it would appear incredible,
that in this year of our Lord 188(1,
and within the civilized city of Ho
nolulu, that such conduct would be
permitted to take place with impu
nity. Christmas, of the present year
having passed and gone, it may be
said to be useless to make any com
plaints now, but we take up the pen
with tho hope of inducing the autho
rities to take steps to prevent a re
petition of what we complain of, on
New Year's Kve, Friday next. Un
less something is done, we have
every reason to belicvo tho nuisance
will be repeated with double force.
It pays these debauchees, (for they
deserve no Hotter name) to annoy
people. They have learnt that by an
noying a would-bo sleeper, they can,
in some cases, extort money or liquor.
It is a fact that came to our per
sonal knowledge, that one band of
live musicians (?) received over
8100 on Christians night.
Wo would have our readers clear
ly understand that this complaint
is not a personal matter. We have
been requested by medical, clerical,
and commercial gentlemen, to give
publicity through the columns of the
Daily Bomxtin to this protest, and
iu so doing, wc firmly believe that
wc are voicing the sentiments of
nine-tenths of this community.
Tin: services nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this evening, will he conducted
by Row Geo, Wallace After the
bervice, theio will ho a choir rehearsal.
"In the mliMof Life wcniolu Death."
A gloom was cast over this city
yesterday by the obsequies which
took place from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, the Queen's Hospital, and
Foit Street Church, at the hours of
10 a. M., 2 v. m., and .1:80 r. m.,
From the first named sacred edi
fice, the remains of all that was mor
tal of the late Cliatles Edward llcn
son, weie removed to Nuuanti Valley
Cemetery. The Impressive burial
services of the Episcopalian Church
weie read by the llev. Alexander
Mackintosh, assisted by the Hcvs.
George Wallace and Herbert II.
Gowcn. The deceased having been
a member of the church choir, Hint
body rendered a tribute to his
memory by. chanting the !)0th Psalm,
and singing the hymns "Nearer my
God to Thee" and "Hock of Ages."
The lesson wns read by the How
George Wallace. The lloral offer
ings were numerous mid beautiful.
The pall-bearcrs were Messrs. John
Kidwi'll, M. McChesney, W. While,
Hamilton Johnson, J. White and
Captain Davis. From the Cathedral
the funeral procession proceeded to
Nuuanti Valley Cemetery, where
the interment took place while the
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh read
the committal service.
At 2 o'clock the Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh attended at the Queen's
Hospital, and there conducted the
preliminary part of the funeral ser
vice over the remains of the late
James D. Lawson, a native of Scot
land, who died at the Hospital, of
consumption, on the 27th instant.
The body was conveyed to the Ma
kiki cemetery and there interred.
The Rev. Alexander Mackintosh
also read the committal service.
The fuiwral of the late John Irish
man took place at half-past Jl o'clock
from Fort Street Church. The re
mains were carried from the hearse
to the church by the following pall
bearcrs: II. M. Whitney, Jr., E. 1.
Low, J. 11. Wodehouse, Jr., Guy
Wodchouse, George Lucas, Jr., G.
W. Miles, W. Rogers and C. W.
Booth. The coflln was of koa wood,
and was highly finished with silver
trimmings. The reading desk and
platform were also appropriately
decorated with wreaths and lloral
emblems. The chief mourners were
the deceased's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lishman, his three
sisters and five brothers.
The service was icad by the
Reverend J. A. Crtizan, and was
very impressive. The music was
rendered by a quartette consisting
of Mis. ilanford, Miss Bcrnice
Paike, Messrs. AY. W. Hall and J.
W. Yarndlcy, Mrs. Ciuzan presid
ing at the oignn. Barnby's anthem,
"Sleep My Last Sleep," and the
hymn, "In the Dark and Cloudy
Day," were the choral selections.
Amongst those who followed the
hearse to the grave in Nuiinnu Valley
Cemetery were several of our most
distinguished citizens. A pleasing
and noticeable feature of tho funeral
procession, was the body of young
men, associates of tho deceased,
mostly mcinbeis of the several clubs
to which the deceased formerly be
longed, who marched in line imme
diately after the hearse and in ad
vance of the private carriages. The
last words of the funeral service
'.were read at the grave side in a most
solemn and impressive manner by
the Rev. J. A. Crtizan, whilst those
who were nearest and dearest to the
one whose remains, had just been
committed to their terrestial abode,
stood around and wept bitterly.
"Jtcqtricscat in Pace."
A CARD OF THANKS.
The parents, sisters and brothers
of the late John Lishman desire to
return their sincere and heartfelt
thanks for the sympathy and con
solation that have been extended to
them by their numerous friends in
the hour of a sad family bereave
ment. Honolulu, Dec. 29th.
On Friday, December 3lBt,
At 0:30 a. nt, nt the Fish Market
Whiif, I will loll at Public Auctlnn,
Morfls Me Fire Wool!
Z3T TERMS CASH. fl
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
20 Ut Auctioneer.
K. of P.
OAI1U LODGE, NO. 1.
The iceuhir nicotine of
the above Lotlco will bo
held THIS EVENING,
at 7:80 o'clook.
Nominations and eleo
lion of olllcen and other
I3S" All members nro
requested to attend.
.iah. u. wirriK,
20 It K. of R. ami S.
rpiIU REGULAR MEETING OK
X Kamrliainulia Lodgo of Perfection
will bo held on THURSDAY EVEN
ING, at 7)80 o'clock, ut tho Hall, King
street, lliiaiiitus; ulccttou of ofllcerj.
Visiting JJrethrcn cordially invited to
attend. 20 2t
mm at Auction
it ajiXAfrfl '
Shares of Ice Stock
uVT AUC'WON. .
Wo havo received instructions to sell
at Public Auction, nt our Saleroom,
on Queen Street, on
Monday, January 3rd 1887,
At Vi o'clock noon,
46 Shares of Stock iu tho
Peoplo's Ico & Rof. Co.
The above will be sold In lots of Five
U? 13X5, 31 S CASH.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
18 Ct Auctioneer;.
Mortgagees' Notice of Fore
closure and of Sale.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A POWER,
of sale contained iu ccttahi mort
gages nmde by Leung Kat Wal Co., re.
cordeil Liber fl.1), page 17; Hop Wo Wal
& Co., tcionkil in Llliir 71, p.iee CO,
and Hop Wo Wal & Co , recorded In
Liber 81, pigo 451, to Chilian & Co.,
dntcd rcspec'ively liar 27, Ih80, June
Sth, 18S1 ami Fchurnry 8th, 1884 notice
is ncreuy given mat suit mortgagees in
tend to forcloc smelt mortgage', lor con.
dltlons broken, and upon said foreclos
ure will sell nt public auction at the
salesrooms of E. P AiUms t Co, iu
in Hoiolulu, ou SATURDAY, the Sth
day of Jnnuury, 1837, at 12 t., of said
ilny, the prcmiMs and property de.
scribed in said mortgages leforo speci
fied. Further particulars can be had of W.
R. Cattle, Altorncy-nl-Liiw.
CUULAN & COMPANY,
Premise anil piopmy to he sold are:
All that certain ricci plantation situated
nt Wnlklkl, Oaliu, ai,il known as Hop
Wo Wal Company Uice Plantation,
which comprlei s the following premises
All the l ight, title ami interi st i f tnid
morlgagois' in tho following leases and
In the premises thereby dcmibul.
1st Lsaoe, llanaloa to Aleouu, Llbr
55, page 47.
2nd Lease, Poke, Liber 58, page 100.
3rd Lcise, Waileltua, Liber 57, page
4th Lsase, Knwalhapai, Liber 58,
fitli Lease, Kamanawahu, Liber 57
(ith Leae, W. II. Nallipelupela, Liber
511, page 12S.
7th Lease, Kahuika, LiLer 50, page
8th Lease, G. K. Nohonn, Liber 05,
'.tit Lease, Kali 1 1, Liber G8, page 31.
10 h Lease, Kthaulo'io, Liber 07,
J mi Leabe, Aknlii. Liber 74, page H50.
12th Lease, .1. H. Nahilina, Liber 71
lllih 3 Leases from C. Alec, at $135
All horse?, oxen, pig, fowls, tools,
implement, nil houses and all other
properly of said mortgagors on said rice
plantation. 20 2t w, lu
rpo RENT, A frMALL iUUNISHED
JL Cottage about 4 or 5 rooms; not
more than 5 minutes' inlk" from ihe
Post Olllee. AdJrcs', R.J. A., Bulmc.
tin Omen. 20 iw
MRS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INFORM HER NUMEH
ous fi ieud'j anl customers that
she will resume) uuinesn on Monday,
January :Jrd, at her residence, Einni i
street, nevl to ,Mrs. Wodehouse.
Q1X GOOD DRESSMAKERS warned
O lit Cha", J. Fl-hel's Dressmaking
Kstablishmcill. None hut good IiviiuIh
need to apply. 14 tf
Thursday Evening, Dec. 30th
Amateur Dramatic Performance ol J. Palgrave
Simpson's Three Act Comedy
"A Scrap of Paper,"
With tho following Cast;
PnosiT.it CotuiAMONT...Mr, J,F. Brown
Bauon I)u L.v Gi.AciunK..Mr, W. Moise
Biusnuouciii: Mr. P.P. Hastings
Anatoli: Mr. F. Bishop
Baitistb Mr. J. Dowtctt
Louitb Di; La Glaciihik. .Miss B. Parke
Suzanni: Dk Ruskvilli:.Mm. J.D.Btrong
Matiiii.uk Miss R. Makeo
Zenoiiii'. Miss S. King
1'auj.ink Miss Z. Atkinson
Purquetlo and Drets Circle $1 00
Balcony Circle 75
Box Plan open at J E Wiseman's on
TUKbDAY (2SI10, at Ou. m.
Scats received without cxtin charge.
Doors open at 7:80 p. in. Peil'irmance
begins at 8 p. in. 8 4t
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per share will bo payallo
on the capital slock of the People's Ice
& Refilgmnlor Co on WEDNESDAY,
Deci mber 20th, at ihe Company's olllee.
1!) !lt M . E. FOSTER, Treiifi.
ROOMS TO LET.
TN A PRIVATE RESIDENCE, A
X suite of rooms convenient for a gen.
tleinnn and lady, or two singln gentle,
men. A delightful loeallty, and within
four mlnuUb' w.ilk of the Post Olllee,
Enquiieat this Olllee. l)tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucus' Mill.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE ou Lunnlllo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfer.
gel I, Efcii It contains parlor, dining
room anil 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry and
kitchen, A largo yard with outbuild
ings for horses, carriage and servant.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNBW.
MW IWWTn l l' ' iinni iivMirrtiiiiaMiiiimijjpjji..jWMwWjfcjgM n-i.iiiiimMcttMii.u,A.a
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or tall, you are all requested to
call at the ELITE I OE GRMAM PAltLOES,
H. J. Hart, proprietor, 85 Hotel Street, at tin
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
AVe also have a great variety of Rlain and
Fancy Calces on hand so well known for
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BID OUR SPECIAL AIM
to make sin extra quality of CHRISTMAS
CAKES this season in regard to Material
A splendid lot of the CHOICEST CAN
DIES has just arrived per steamer Australia j
also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just the thing for a
Christmas Present. Send in your orders at
38 llutual Telephone. Bell Telephone 182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
until 11 p. m.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. 0. BERGER,
MISS CH1LLBURG, Milliner,
formeily at Mrs. Lnek's has re
moved to Nicoll's Block, opposite the
Marble Workf, where she will he
pleased to see her friends, and to attend
to all orders in her line. Ijiitowt
Styles and best "quality of
TUB TREMISES lately occupied by
Quoen Emma, situate on the soutli
corner of Nuuanu and Hcrclniiia street,
nro odorcd for rental for a teun of years
unnn reasonable terms. Annlv to
.101IN H. PATY,
09tf Treas. Queen'8 llcspi al.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON
tfiining four laro loom-; and four
small rooms; also, stall, cinlnc;e Iioufc,
witli nearly one ucie ot pastuie anil gi
elen, aitrsian water, etc. 1'eims ery
moderate Apply to Gi:o. H. RonEitT
kon, Fiinahou, for key, etc. 05 lm
HOUSE TO LET.
A SPLENDID AND NEW HOUSE,
containing six rooms, hath house,
stable and garden, wlih Government
water line, on School St., between Nuu.
unit and Liliha slrecte. For terms np.
ply to CIIAS. LUOAP, at the Honolulu
Planing Mill. 17if
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WA1.
klkl, at present occupied by G. D.
FreictU. Apply at olllee of
FUliETH & PEACOCK,
lu tf 23 Nuuanu street.
STOCK TOR SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule, bioken to saddle; bred at
Kunloa Ri'nch, Prico $100 each. Also
Hevernl two-year.old HnrBO Colt", fired
by "Triumph," sou cf " Casblus M. Clay,
Jr." Apply to 0. II.JUDD,
0(1 lm or Alex. J. Cartwright.
DOG FOR SALE.
ACROSS BETWEEN MASTIFF
and Illord Hound. Apply ut 0.
J. FIshci'H store, to
12 GEO. B. PEACOCK.
0. W. MACFA1II.ANK.
.Dissolution of PnrtnerHlrip.
NOTICE is hoichy given that the
interest of II. M. Dow in tliubiiHinesf
of AVcst, Dow & Co,, Foil sticot,
Honolulu, has heen pin chased by G.
West. Tho business will bo conduct
ed under tho ill in nanio of West Dow
& Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any fiuthcr
responsibility for tho firms debts or
All debts duo tho Into linn of West
Dow & Co., should bo paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay ull debts
el no bv it.
WEST DOW it Co., per O. West.
Honolulu, December 13th, 1880, 07
AYING secured the services
MR. J. M. OAT, as ueneral pur.
chasing agent in Gan Fruncuco, I shall
in future be prepared to All all orders in
our line particularly, or any special or.
dors, villi the assurance that Mr. Ont's
peisonal attention will he given lo tho
selection and purchase of ull articles
ordered. (08) J. 11. SOPER.
Tho.c De'icious and Rich Chrhtmas
and Now Year's
Enjoying n 20 years' reputation, will
ho leady fir sile fiom TJIU11SDAY,
Dec. 23rd hut, at
Christmas and New Years' Cakes
of all descriptions, decorated in HORN'S
well known nc nwtylc, from If 1.00 to 5 00
at '0 cents per pound, ut the
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
Hotel St , bet. Nuuanu and Fort St-),
lloth Telephones No. 74. 12
J. H. -SOPER,
Invites attention to the following list of
Just rece'ved by Oceanic Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grant Whiiv,
When and How Ho Fought.
Nursery A. B. C, Picture, Story, Magic,
Dream and Fortune Telling Books.
Chatterbox, 1I-80, beautifully hound.
Frank Leslie' Chatterbox, do.
Cards and Pictures
CHRISTMAS CARD;", beautiful de
signs, int lulling Raphael Tuck &
Sons' Artistic Seiies
Laige Scrap Pictures, comprising the
Lord Mayor's Procession ,The Queen
Returning from a Review, and other
Children's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
Games, etc., elc.
Seaside Pot im,
Sicicts of Success in Business,
Golden Key lo Sue, me,
Succes-ful Hotnekei ping,
Family lllblcs with Register?,
Autocrat of Hie Break fast Table
Boots and Saddles and a
L irgo variety of Popular Works
Cold Pens and Holders
J. H. SOPER,
Hook'cller, Stationer nml New. Agent,
Oazetlc Block, Meicliant Slreet. 12
Haw, Belljponis Co.
I7R0M THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
. uaiy next, the lenlal f irs'ruments
nl ptcscnt in ut-o in ihe Districts of liwii,
Walanno, Walalua and Konbtupoku will
he icductd to !& CO per nun t'l.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
been appointed Asilguees of the
Estate of LAM CHOCK, of Honolulu,
a bankrupt, ull'nenons Indebted to said
estatu are hereby nolIlUd to pay tuo
Banui immediately to the undersigned.
W. 0. PARKE.
. , Aeslttuco.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 18S0, 00 SUw
THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Go.
Old. Successful. Trustworthy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
oi t c; vrs' ix iso i W'i a.
Assets over - 870,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
It i'ilics the Hcst tonus of policy and
pays tliu IjAIKKKST Tontine DM
dends of any Company.
The lttest advantage added to ItsNon
Forfeiting Limited Tontine Policies Is:
A gunrniilcf'tl return of all
Premiums pniil, in nrtdition
to 'neo ol Policy, In ease of death
during lliuToiiliijo nciind.
For full rut ticu'ai'j apply to
C. 0. BERGER, Honolulu,
General Aireut Hawaiian Is anils.
Hnvlng ceuicd Ihe Seivico9 of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute all
House or Sig-n.
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
The Pioprietois take pleasute iu an.
noiinclng to their fiiends and the gene
lal public, that they have remodeled and
icllttcd the premhe3 immediately above
Hotel Sticui, where on ni.d after next
Saturday Eve will be found the best of
The Market affords.
The Slock was purchased under the
supervision of Mr. Jas. Dodd, while
East, and having been so long in the
business, he ktiows the wants of the,
trade, and has puichatd the article that
will ple.i-e the mist fi.s'idious.
Thanking our fiicmk and patrons for
pist favor, and desiring a continuance
of the same,
We are, icspcot fully yours,
Of lw Proprietors.
EC. JT. NOLTE
Has jut received a large assort
Cigarette Holders, etc., suitable
Also a large flock of nil tho most.
Popular an (I Choicest J rands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of tho Newest Do-igns, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
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A VESSEL (STEAMER IF SUF
. tlflent inducement is offered,) will
leavo Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about Mutch no.t nulwill in'cii fi light
and pii'-senttois al ry low lutce.
Liborcis nnil oihets wishing In pre.
engage passage for their families or
friends may make arinngements with
the undersigned. For freluht or piibs-age
0) apply to PAUL BOHM.
To Planters and Employers
fpiIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
JL iiitimare that hu has mudo arrange
ments io bring from Japan experienced
Indies' maids, housemaids, chiJdieu's
nuihcs, hoiiho mid stuhle I'oys, garden.
eis, and ge'iieraPteivauts, agricultural
and general liiboiers, mlloip, elc.
Tho knowledge acquiied by tho un.
dtrslgnid of the .Inpanpso dining his
tiny of 10 years In Jap in enables him to
si'lect Hiltablc person, which whi giyo
biilibfaetion lo their cmployeis. '3t
Persons w Uhinir to avail themselves
of tills opportunity to tecuro good fer
vautbitmt laborers will plcabo couimuni
(ale wi)li Ihe undesigned, who will cnll
at oH'cch nml private houses, if desired,
to give information nml receive onlern.
Tho undei signed has had much ex.
pciieuco with Ihe ltboiiug classes of
Japin, and with his knowledge of Ilio
'angungu may bo able to give valuable
a Ivicc to planter and others. Ho Is
willing to vLlt plantations and mills on
Ihe Islands. PAUL BOHM,
No. 128 Birclnni.1 Sttccl, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone HG3,
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