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TEN'DHRH wilt bo loeeivod at the
Jutorior OH'ioo until 12 o'clock, noon. 1
Tuesday, Jnuuaiy 4th, 1S37, (or the
consliiietion of n shed nt the Kero
sene wat chouse, Honolulu.
Specilicntioim for the nbove work
can be seen nt the ollice of the Sup
eiintcndetit of Public Winks.
Honolulu, Doc. 2!)th, 1SS0.
20 .'It MiuMur of the Interioi.
All water rntc6 due on tcitn cnilltig
Juno UO, 1687, mint bo paid nl the office
of tho Honolulu Wntt'i Works liefoto
Kith day of .Innunty, 1837. All tutus ic
muliilng unp-iid .Jiiiiuniy IP, 18b7, will
be subject to nn additional 10 per cent.
1'iirik's paying intrs will prcscut their
hist receipt. CHAS. 11. WILSON,
.Sup't. lloiiolulu Water Woiks.
Approved : 1,. A1IOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Deo. -I, 1S811. 00
BISHOP & Co., liANKEHS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
3i.ul oi CulUbriiin, Si. TP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, liONG KONG.
Meshis. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Coiiiinetcial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Cominciciiil Hank Co., of Svdnev,
The Dunk of .New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliiislehuicli, and Wellington,
The Hank ot Hiitish Columbia, Vic
toiia, 15. U., and Portland, Or.
'Transact a General Hanking Business.
VjIu sQiuUi &hilk;lin.
I'le.Sg6(t to nelthor "Beet cor Party.
But cEtablliheJ fir the benefit of nil.
THURSDAY, DEC. 30. 188G.
Complaints have, from time to
time, appeared in the columns of the
Bri.r.HTix respecting the deposit of
refuse from the manufacture of poi,
within city limits. There ccrlninly
has been less ground for complaint
on this score of late than foimcily.
The oliicers of the Hoard of Health
have exerted themselves to remedy
the evil complained of, and simple
justice requires it to be said that
impiovcd results have followed. Not
long ago, one could not walk or
drive through certain parts of the
city without his olfactories being
''offended by pestilential cflluvia
from heaps ot deca3-ing taro skins.
This state of things has changed for
the heller, and now the eye sees and
the nose smells less of what is dis
agreeable from this cause. Hut the
evil has not been entirely abated,
and the city is not altogether free
fiom this nuisance. There is, at
least, one deposit of decomposing
taro refuse, in an exposed position,
emitting an unpleasant odor, within
city limits. It is near Smith's
bridge, on the Palatini side, close to
the path leading from Heretania to
King street. The pile is so large
that it can be easily seen, and the
odor is so strong that it reaches a
considerable distance ' from the.
-source. The existent cf tins de
posit of corruption in a populous
neighborhood is a great discomfort
to the people, and a menace to their
health. "What can be done about it?
A HORRIBLE RACKET.
Kuitou Ruu.rn.v; You have
done a good public service by cen-
. suiing and denouncing the horrible
racket of last Friday night, and its
authors. I read your article with
pleasure! ; it has my most hearty en
dorsement, and 1 think every de
cent cili.en leels the same as 1 do.
I am not one of those who would -.strain
people from u little hilarity.
Juet the contrary, I am finite willing
that everybody should feel happy
' and jolly of a, Christmas Eve. JJjit
I do feel btiongly opposed to turning
a natural paiadisc into a pande
monium. And that is whntwas done
last Fiiday night. If the tumult hud
ceased before midnight, J could
have foigiven the guilty disturbers
of the peace. Hut to begin with the
setting of the sun, and keep up the
discordant noises until daylight, is
more than I can reflect on, even now
"it is past, with composure. Surely
"flhe autlioiitios have the power to
fprevent a repetition of the same next
flfriday night. If they have not, or
felp not attempt to exercise it, I for
ic snail ccitainly feel Instilled in
iiising means to secure rest and sleep
gjfor 1113' family and myself.
Ennoit Hi-i.i,i;ti.v: Thiuik you
r coming to the help of the needy
uigainst tho all-night Ecrcnaders.
SThe people were beginning to think
Mthat the Honolulu press, all in one
iM, had been pmchascd by the nio-
coeds of last Friday night, and that
wns why the papers were all silent
on the illegal breaking of the peaco
nil night long on Xinas Eve. But
your article of j caterday shows that
it was a mistake. Is there nothing
that can bo done to stop this nui
sance that ci ops up every holiday
time? It has been growing worse
and worse year after year, until it
bus become, unbeatable. Sick and
nervous people are the great stif
feieis. It is a wrong to everybody
to allow this kind of thing to go on,
and especially so to the class of
people just ri'fcired to. Let it be
stopped by the police at once.
THE POLICE COURT.
VAi.r.niciottY adimikss iiy .iriir.
mOKHUTOX AN!) SAMITATOKY
uy vouch .H'srtcu
This morning, the 1'olice Court
opened under the direction of a new
Magistiacy. Long before the ap
pointed hour, ('JjIIO a. m.) a large
number of the general public as
sembled within the Court room, and
the sitting accommodation was soon
tilled, the front row of seats being
occupied by a body of police oliicers
and delegates for the whole of the
A few minutes before the hour
above specified, the following named
gentlemen of the Honolulu Bar took
the scats allotted to them near the
Bench, and on the vuiuka side of
the Court room: Messrs. Jonathan
Austin, W. K. Castle, F. M. Hatch,
W. Austin Whiting, Lorrin A.
Thurston, K. ff Ward, A. V. Peter
son, J. A. Mngoon, J. T. Dare and
The Crown was represented by
the Attorney-General, Antone liosa,
and the Marshal of the Kingdom,
Hon. J. L. Knulukou, who sat oppo
site the members of the Har.
The members of the press, repre
senting the P. O. Advertiser and
Daily Buu.rnx were accommo
dated with seats near the Marshal.
Precisely at half-past !) o'clock,
the newly appointed Police Justice,
David Dayton, Esq., followed by
the retired Justice, Richard F.
Hickcrton, Esq., entered the Court
room from the doorway and as
cended the bench, the audience
meanwhile rising. After the formal
interchange of couitesies by the
Bench and the Har, Justice Hickcr
ton stepped forward and said:
"Gentlemen of the Har, as you
arc already aware Mr. Dayton has
received from the Governor of
Oahu, his commission as Police
Justice of Honolulu, and I now in
troduce him to you my successor.
He is well-known to all of you and
I feci sure 3-011 will extend to him
every courtesy that Is due to his
high position. I trust 3-011 will treat
him as well as 3-011 have treated my
self, and in so doing, there cannot
possibly be any misunderstanding.
I thank 3-011, gentlemen, and will
now retire in favor of Mr. Dayton."
Police Justice Dayton on rising,
"Gentlemen of the Har, 1 thank
you for your presence here this
morning. I was surprised to re
ceive the commission of Police Jus
tice for JJonolulu from the Governor
of Oahu, knowing that amongst 3-011
theie are others more abje to fill the
ollice. I am under extreme obliga
tions to for the courtesies extended
to me during 1113- iticuiubcncy of the
Deputy Marshalship, and if 3-011
will only rent me as kindly as 3-011
have my prcdocpssor I shall have' no
reason to complain. J shall freely
ask advice fiom those who aie
better posted in law than myself.
I am not entirely separated from
the police, for whom I have a--big
"aloha," and with whom I have been
connected for the past28' years, As
to thc.MaTShaT, riuive to thank him
' for many courtesies during his in
cumbency of ollice, and 1 expect
that yon, gentlemen, will extend
him the samp courtesy as was ex
tended to mij dining .tjic incum
bency of my predecessor. In (the dis
charge of 1113- ollicial duties, i shall
be likely to err, but any error I
may wake will be from lack of
brains, and not fr.om lack of con
science. 1 shall at all imps be
ready, gentlemen, to consult with
you. My time is all my own, and I
have no Jcgal practice.'"'
Again thanking the members of
the Har, Ills Honor resinned bis seat
and proceeded with this business of
ARTHUE'S KINDNESS OF HEART.
There is no itoj-bt that many of
tho little things done l$ Gen. Ar
thur had more to do with his' popu
larity in Washington than his acts
as a public ollcer. He was not
without a simple regard for the poor
and humble, the unfortunate and
hclples, that was captivating. It
was not shown osUmtatiousty, but it
did not escape observation. And,
at the Soldiers' Home, where ho was
spending part of the summer in the
cottage near the central building, in
which the inmates of the institution
eat and sleep, he made firm friends
of the veterans. One da3' a poor
fellow, whose mind had broken
under disease, wandered into the
dining-room while the President was
at dinner with his family, The ser
vants were horrified, and were dis
posed to eject tho intiuder in a
rough way. Gen. Aithur put them
aside, got up, talked kindly to tho
haimless lunatic, and personally
guided him out oi tho house and to
tho caro of one of tjip associates.
At Enterprise, on Lake Monroe, jn
Florida, as tho boat 011 which he
had sailed from Jacksonville south
drew near tho landing, a bright
looking but very black young fel
low, got up on tho string piece to
pass up to Gcu. Arthur a struggling
young eagle. The boy had caught
this bird back in the State, and had
traveled about twenty miles to pre
sent it to tho President. Ho was
tired and dusty, had waited anxious
ly in the broiling April sun for two
liours, and now, as he struggled to
be first, he was unceremoniously
thrust back by an olllcious white
man who came forward. Gen. Ar
thur read it all in the black boy's
face. He stepped close to the edge
of the deck, called the boy to him,
asked him about the eagle, and how
and whore he caught it. Then, in a
delightfully polite and gracious
manner, ho thanked the boy, ex
plained to him how difllcult it would
be for him to accept the present,
and declined it with as much appa
rent siiicei it v of regret as he could
havo shown to anybody. He shook
hands with the 1103, whoso face
beamed with a smilo that icvealcd
teeth of dazzling white, and it was
plain that nothing save an accept
ance could havo given the fellow
greater satisfaction. "N. Y. Times.
Grant's Patient Suffering.
"When did Grant realize the fact
of his approaching death?"
"It was at Dr. Douglas' ollice, in
New York. IIu was alone with Dr.
Douglas and myself. Grant had
just had an examination of his
throat, and he asked Dr. Douglas if
he could assure him that his trouble
would not develop into a cancer.
Douglas told him that he could not
assure him of this fact, but that he
hoped he might be able to cure him.
Gen. Grant then said: 'If 3-011 think
thus, Dr. Douglas, there is no hope
for me.' Soon after this Grant's
carriage came and we went nway.
As we drove off he told me not to
say anything to the fninil' as to
what Dr. Douglas had 'said.
Throughout his whole sickness Gen.
Grant's family never knew how
much pain he suffered. From the
time of his sickness till his death, I
was not two hours from him. Many
nights he would Walk the lloor all
night. When the fsunily would ask
him in the morning how he lested,
he would s:i3' 'pretty Well,' and
would try to appear cheerful. He
had the most terrible pain all the
time, and I don't think he bad a
moment's cessation of pain d'M'ing
those last months. He felt greatly
relieved when he had finished his
book and his happiest days wcie
those just before his death. During
his whole sickness he never grew
irritable or lost his temper. He
was the kindest man i. ever knew
and he had a great love for his
family. Mrs. Grant called him
Ul3'ses and she was very fond of
him. lie always called her Mrs.
Grant, and he was certainly one of
the best of husbands." Harrison,
Grunt's old servant, in Clecplund
It was staled a few da3-s ago, in a
telegram, that m Englishman had
been shot at San Jose, in California,
According to information subse
quently received, the victim was
Mr. Owen Lcggatt, a Cambridge
man and son" of General Leggatt.
It would seem that some foolish per
son was jealous of him, and, watch
ing his opportunity, shot him.
S-'ll' 'J' W-U1 ..
CAKD ol' THANKS,
rpiIEUNDEllSIGNKD 01JSIKE8 TO
JL thank Ciptuin Jlclnlyic and tin
other Pilots, uKo ihu M-i chants and
Citizens of Honolulu, fur.tho handsome
thilstni.itt money present riedved by
Of the Marine Slgnul tsuitio'nt 'Pic
ftPO$ TO LET.
thoeimler 0 thurity.
No. 4 (J ill den Lime.
Administrator and Adniinis
trix Sale of Heal Estate.
"VrOTlCi? U herpby given that under
X nn outer ot the Sunremo Couit
nnide in the Estate of .John '.Mnnnuuli,
dceeiiHcd, wo will sell nt Public Auction
en MONDAY, the 17th day of Januarv,
1887, at 1:2 o'clock 110011 of Unit dav, lit
lloiiolulu. iHljfuI of Oahu, at the nue'iion
loom of K. J'. Adams & CY,,ull tho right,
title at d iulcrost 1 f I ho buhl John 7fo
imauli, dtcei3td, of, In um to that per
tain piece or parrel of land Mtuato on
tho coiner of King and IUchaid Streets
in Enid Honolulu, and diHciihid iih fol.
Ooinuicneitifj at a p.oint wheio tho
outer line of tuo wall nn Kinc and Hich
aid btrcets meets nt Ihe koiifli eo, nei of
this lot, and not Hi angle of King and
ltichar.l btirclb and tunning
N.57 1,0' V. true, 113 ft. along the
outer line of ijje wall on King blreet,
to the end of the wajfj
N. 50 52' E, 1 1 ue 1)3.8 leet.
B. !HC 17' E. true 110 ft., along tho re.
inaliijng portion of the L.U. Awaid
l'.H to Hie outer lino rf the wall on
8. .VI :i.V AV. tiuo 80,0 ft., along tip
outer lino of the wall on Hiehaid
street, to Initial point.
For further paitieuhirs lunulre of
DA VIP JUNAKU.
AdinlnlBtinlor and Administratrix Es
tate of .1 Moanauli, dc oenned.
Or to Okcii, llnowN,
At'ty Adinlulstiator and Administratrix.
rpiIE HEQULAK IIEE'IING OF
X ICanichuincha Lodge of jvifc:ti'n
will ho held on THUHSPAY EVEN
ING, nt 7:t0 o'clock, at tho Hall. King
Miect. Business: olectiou of otllccrj.
yUlilng Ilrplhrcn coidiully inlted to
attend, ' 20 St
On Friday, Docembor 31st,
At 0:H0 n. in. nl tho FUh Market
Wlmf, I will toll nt Public Auction,
30 Corfls Fine Fire Wool !
CjT TLRMS CASH.-tSSl
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1!0 3t Auctioneer.
Shares of Ice Stock
Wo have iccuived Instructions to sell
nt Public Auction, at our Salesroom,
mi Queen Street, on
Monday, January 3rd 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
46 Shavos of Stock in tho
Pooplo's Ico & Ref. Co.
Tho above will ho fold in lots of Five
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
18 Ct AuGllonu-r;.
rpo HEN1'A tMALI, BURNISHED
X Cottage about 4 or r looms; not
more than u minutes' walk from the
Pott Olllcc. Address 11. .1. A., Uui.i.k
tin Omen. 0 lw
SIX GOOD PltESSMAKEUS wan'ed
at Chat-, J. Fl-he.'s DresMiial-hig
l.'.tnbllshiui-nl. None hut good hands
need to apply. H tf
MRS. J. A. RODA.NET
BEGS TO INFORM IIEH NUMEH.
ous fiiutuh nnl customers that
i-he will resuino buines.s on Monilny,
January :ird, at her residence, Ennu i
.stieet, uo$t to Mis. Wodchouse.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Keur of Jviieas' Mill.
Hawaiian Opera House !
Thursday Evening, Dec. 30th
Amateur Dramatic Pcrlormanco of J. Palgrave
Simpson's Three Act Comedy
"A Scrap of Paper,"
Willi tho following Cast ;
FiMHrmi CouitMONT...Mr. .1. P. Drown
IlAHOK Pi:LiGi.Acii-HK..Mr W. Moisc
Bitisi'MOUcnn, , , , . . .,Mr. P. I Hastings
Anatoi.e ,,,,n, .Jfr, F, Bishop
Dai'tistk Mr, J. Pow-tett
houisi: Oi: La Gi.AciEitn. .Miss Ii. 1'nrke
Siizakni: Di: Husnvii.i.i-.Mrrf.J.P.Strong
Matuimh- Miss H. Makcc
ZiiNOiiiK Miss S. King
l'.iur.iM:....,r.r Mi, a ',. Atkinson
PriceN ol" AUmlHsion:
l'iirnuetienml Press Circle $1 00
Balcftny Circle.... 7fi
Hok I'litil ope-) at .1 13 Wiseman's on
TUESP.VY (2-th). in 0 a m.
Seats rcervid without ixira clinrge.
Poors open nt 7:30 p. in. Verf rinancc
begins at 8 p. in. 18 4t
IIOOMS TO JLET.
TN A 1-IUVATE KESIDENOE, A
JL sojte of rooms convenient for a gen.
ileinan and 'Jiidy, ftr two single gentle,
men A delightful lo-fflily, and within
four minute h' walk of the Post Ollice.
Enquiie at this Ollice, IQlf
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Luunlilo Street.
"At present occupied by P. Opftr
gilt, Esii It contains parlor, dining
mom and 2 bediooniH, bath; patitry and
kitchen. A laige yaid with outbuild
ings for horscx, carriage and servant?. "
17tf Apply to H.J. AGNBW.
P0G FQIt PALE,
AOUOSS BETWEEN irASTlFP
and lllord Uciinif, ' Anpjy nf'P
I. Plfihel's sloie, to
12 GEO. II. PEACOCK.
Tho.e Po'ioious and Rich Ohrittmas
mill Now Year's
Enjoying a 'In years' rcpiuaifuii, vvll
bo rca.ly t silo fiom TUUKsPAY,
Pl-C. 21! I'd iusl, at
Christmas unu fev Years' Cakes
of all ile.-(.rlptlnn, decorated In )J0K'
well known m al t- le, from $1.00 to $r 00
at '0 cents per pound, at the
HIONEEfl STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
Hotel St , bet. Nuimnii and Fort St.
tioth Telephones"N'o'.'V4r I 1?
, "VJihT. O. IV. JtAOKAItl,ANK.
Dissolution $ ujL'tiipriliip.
NQTJCE is hereby given that the
Jhtcrotof 11. M. J)ow in thcbiibincbf
of Went, Pov , Co., Port ht'ieet,
Honolulu, ban been p-iichiw-fl iy (f.
Wcbt, Tbu biibiucFB will bo mif)dtf.
cd under tho firm liiiino of Wcht J)ow
it Co., which Mr. Dow will coutinuo
to manage, but without any further
icopoiiMhilily for tho IIiiiih ilohtu or
All debts due tho Into iirni of West
J)ojv it Co., bhouhl bo jniicl to tho
undoiblgncd, who will pay all debts
duo by it. ' " '
WEST POW & Co., por G. Wost.
Honolulu, lleceniber 13th, 1880. 07
SAN JOSE, CAL,
Tho Lager Beer of the above Brc'vory
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At the Exposition of 1685 and 1SS0.
20 0m HONOLULU,
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
;md old, small or tall, you are all requested to
enll at the ELITE ICE CREAM PAKLORS,
H. J. Hai't, proprietor, 85 Hotel Street, at an
early date to give your order for the coming
Holidays. You CAN-MAKE CHRISTMAS
CHEERFUL by ordering some of pjjj cele
brated Ice Cream, which is pronounced the
We nJ.-j.Q have a great variety of Plain and
Fancy CakeH on jjsjiid so well known for
superior Make and Quality,
IT WILL BE OUR SPECLYL AIM
to make an extra quality of CHRISTMAS
CAKES this season in regard to Material
A splendid lot of the CHOICEST CA3sT
PJES has just arrived per steamer Australia ;
also an elegaijt assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just tjjc thing for a
Chrjstmas Present. Send in' your oMers at
33 Mutual Telephone. Bell Telephone 182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
until II i m.
HAVE JUST EECEIVBD A FULL LINE OP
A small invoice of
i. i .1
Imported direct l'nnj. Havana.
C. 0. BERGER,
MISS SHIUHBURG. Milliner,
form city at .11 fS. L,iig1m re
nmvcil to -Niooll's Block, o"posile lip
Marble WorliF, vvheic sbo will bo
pleased to see her friends, and to attend
to all outers in her line. LmtCMt
StvIcK and bcMt (luality ot
''piIE PREMISES lately occupied by
JL Queen Einnta, situate on the south
corner of Nuhanu-nnd Bdrctnniii stieit',
are ptrereirfor rental for a ittrn of-yeiirs
"upon reaaonulflc terms. ' Apply Jo
" " JOHN II. 1-A-l'V,
QOtf TrpYitf. QjieenM Htgpi ;d.
TO LET OR hKAHV,
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON'
tnluiiif four larzc rocnii and four
tin ill rooms; also, Mall, carriage home,
with nearly pnu aero of pasture and gir
den, nrtcilan water, etc, l'uinp) voiy
lnnilcrnto Apply to Go. II. R(iikt
box, l'linalioii, fm1 key, etc. OS lm
JFpSE TO LET.
jEx. totitainliij' six looms, path hrse,
stable and gaiileu, wli (overuiiii't
water line, on School St., between Null
nuu and I.iliha streets, For terms tin.
ply to CHAS. I.UOA5-, atMlie Ilonchifii
PlaniiiK Mill. 17lf
FOR LEASfc! OR -LE.
rpiIE HOUSE ANIJ LOT AT WAf.
X klki, ntpieseut occupied by G. D.
h recth. Apply at ollice of
FKfcETII & l'EACOOIC,
12 if aayuuiinn street.
AMpNTHIA' DiyiDENI) OPpNE
ffoUur nershnro will lie pavalle
on the ciipltm stock of thp People's leu
& Hefrlutittor Vtf on WEDNESDAY,
pecLinber D!h, al the Con.paiiy'i dfllce.
0 Jit M . E. l-'OSTJilt, Trcus,
HAVING Secured the set vices of
MR. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent m Sun frnuenco, I shall
In future be prennred lo fill all ordeis In
our line particularly, or any special or
ders, with the aiburiinec Unit Mr. Oat's
pciiiouiil attention will be given to tile
selectiou ami purchase of all articles
ordered'. (08) J. II. SOl-EIi.
J. I. SOP
Invite intention to the following liof
Just rcccivfd by Oceanic Stcnnuhij)
Our Hero General U. S. Grant Wlmv,
When anil How He Fought.
Jfursery lo.. B. 0., Pietpre, Storv, Magic,
Dream and Fortune Telling Hooks.
Cliatterbi-x, l8i, beautltiilly bound.
Frank Leslie' J Chattirbox, do.
Cards and Pictures
OHRIsTMAS CARDS, beautiful de
Elgns, hirloillng Ihphael Tuck &
Large Hemp 'Ptclureii, comprising the
Lord Mayor's Procession The ciuien
Koluiniiig-frohi a Review, nnd other
Pliildi-cn's Toy Mocks,
naj Shell L-lnqucs.
Sicieis nf Success in Uininesi,
Golden )vey to fj ici j),
B icru-'ful tlou-okeipltii.-,
Puitiily Iliblei' with .Register.-,
JlPflts am) tjaililje-s, nnd H '
Jj'ij'ge ariety d' op--hir Woi J-
Cold Peng and Holdess
J. H. SOPER,
Hopjv.ellpr, Siiiiioncr and News Agent,
Guetto.Rlofik, Meiehanl Street. 13
Haw. Bfilljeliiiilioiie Co.
I?ltOM THE FIRST DAY OF JAN
. . ' unry nesi.lhi'icnlal n higuuiiiunts
at present 'ln'ii'it lu ibe DltTi cth of Ewu.
Wniunuo. Wnlalu'i mill 'lCo'il.nipctko will
be redrced to sfflt'O pci mo' fi.
QQimi Y UROWX,
Til-; UKDEKSIONKI) HAVING
been appointed ApiIuiicph ot the
Lsliilo of LAM C'lIOCIv.of Honolulu,
u bankrupt, all perrons indibted to saitj
estato aie hereby notlllul to pay tuo
camo ininiediately to the undersigned.
W. U. PARICE.
. . Assignee.
Honolulu, Dec. IB, 18:0, OOStUw
Successful. Truslworlhy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over - $70,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
It 5ues the Host forms of policy nml
pays tbu IjAIMiJEST Tontlno Divi
dends of any Compniy.
The 1 Ucst luhnnlngu added to lis Nui
Forfeiting Limited Tontine Policies is:
A KtitirniitcI vctiuii of nil
1-rciiiiiiniM pa ill, in tuiilition
tn Face 1" IoHy, n disu of death
during tho Tontine peilod,
For full patllcu'nrj apply In
C. 0, BERGER, Honolulu,
(J.'iuml Agent Hiiwaiian Is mills,
Having iceuted the Serviro3 nf
we uro prepared o pxecpfc nil
!lTonse or ig"n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Saturday Evening, Dec'. 11th.
The Proprietois take pleasure in an
nonncing lo thob fiieiulsnnd tho gene
ral publjc, that they have remodeled nnd
lellttcd the piemites immcdiutely nbovA
Hotel. Slice', whclc on aid uer ne.
Satuidiiy Eve will be found Hie best of
" ' Porters.
The Stock Mas piucluibcil under the
supervision ol Mr. Jas. Druid, while
East, and having been' so Jong in the
bubinchs, he knows the, wants of the
trade, and has puipjiacul ihi' aitjcle that
will please !i(j'mi si fiiijtidiojV.
Ulnnlting pur fijemls ijri'fl nations fpr
pat favors, and dcMnni uept"-i)uanpii
of the -anic,
We aie, icspic'ifully vours.'
n)it- JAMTi norm
etfS 0i lw Proprietors.
Has jcgt iccijved a largo u.;oi(.
Elegant Meerscliaiim Pipes
Cigarette Holdeis, etc., suitable
Also a laigo stock nf nil tho most
Popular and Cioifrst Brand of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and o.her Fancy Pipes,
Of the Newest De-igns, and Smokers'
ReijUibites of eycj'y klpij,' r- '
Yokohama o Honolulu Direct
AVES-SEL (STEAMEU IF SUF-llc-Ietif
inducement Is oll'eied) will
leave YoUoliiuiin for Honolulu direct
about Mutch ne.t ii..d will mym fnlght
and piisseniriHH at ve)-y low nl'ics. '
Libmuis nml otbets ttishiuB to pre.
engage passngp for their fapiillcs or
fi lends may niajco priuugemcnts with
tin) ipider.-luncd. For ftaigh't or pns'iiijq
oy t'hpiy tu H ijHN;
To PJniitci'M uiirt Eiuployoi'H
aHE UNDEHSIGNKD REGS TO
. intimate that he has made arrange,
mciiuto lu ng from .litpan experienced
luilles' maids hoiuuiiuiids, chijdur'g
ilium's, botiHonnd sti.ble I oys, giiidon.
ers, and general 'fcivanls, agricultural
nml geucial Inlmicrs, Fuilors, etc. I
Tho knowledge aequhed by the mi.
dcMignul of the .lnptineo dining Ids
stay of W yeais in ,Ii.n iiienablns hint to
select rultiilile pfrml-, wlflOr vvlll gtj-o
satlsfaelion to then cinpliiyels. 0i-t
Persons wishing to avail ibeniselvcs
of this opportunity m tccuie good vor
vuutmi laboiers'Hill pbusu co'minitul
cile wbt the iindcrMgnid. who vIIJ call
nl oU'ciA nnd piiv.no boiiges. If desiml
ti glvoinffrination nrd Hpelyo oit)ei1'!
The undcihlgiipil bus liul mticb e.vl
petience with tho libotlng classes of
Jap in, and wllh bib kiuwledgo of the
'nnguitgo piiy bo able to glvo visluiible
ndvlcoio plant ir nfid others, Ho lu
willing lo vhiipluntitiotiB and mills on
the Islands. PAUL I1UIIM,
No. 128 llerelniii-i S.ieet, or No. 81
Kiii Street. Mutual Teh phono UG3.