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TENDERS will be received at the
Intoiior Office until 12 o'clock, noon.
Tuesday, Junuuiy -Ith, 1SS7, tor the
eonstuietion of n shed at the, Kero
sene warehouse, Honolulu.
Specifications for the above woik
can be peon at the office of the Sup
erintendent of Public "Work..
Honolulu, Wee. 2l)lh, 1S8C.
20 31 Minister of tho Jnteiior.
All wntcr intes due on term ending
Juuo 30, 1887, liuifcl bo paid til the olllcc
of tlio Honolulu Water Woiks befoto
lfith day of iTununty, 1837. All nitcs re.
maiuing uupiiil .Tanuniy Ifi, 1J?S7, will
be subject to nn additional 10 per cent.
Parties paying ratis will prcscul their
last leccipt." CHAS. 35. "WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Approved : I,. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. !, 1SS0. 00
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Coinmctcial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
The Dank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chiistclntieli, and Wellington
The Bank of Uritish Columbia, Vic
toria, 15. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bat established for tho benefit of nil,
FRIDAY. DEC. 31. 188G.
To-morrow, being 2scv Year's
Day. will be observed as a public
holiday. Tho Government olliccs
will all be closed. The Daily Bul
letin oflicc intends closing, too, so
that there will be no issue of the
QUEEN KAFIOLI'S E7HTFDAY.
To-day is the 52nd anniversary of
Queen Kapiolani's birth, and all
Government offices arc closed in
honor of the occasion. All classes
of tho community, native and for
eign, unite in sincere wishes for the
happiness, continued health, and
long life of the good and unostenta
tious Queen. Her characteristic
concern for her people, and practical
sympathy with their sufferings and
sorrows, have secured for the Queen
a strong hold on the affections of
her people. The foreigners, too,
domiciled under the clear skies of
Hawaii, recognise in Queen Kapio
lani a good and noble woman, whose
life and character merit their respect
and admiration. The spontaneous
wish of every man, woman, and child
.j, inho land possessed of heart and
soul, sis expressed in the words,
" ."Long and happily live the Queen
THE HEW YEAR.
Standing as we are at this hour,
on the very brink of an outgoing
year, and about to step forward on
the threshhold of another year, we
feel, and no doubt many of our
readers do also, that theie is time to
reflect, before tho life-ebbing year
It is not our purpose at this
critical moment to elaborate at
length on what lias passed, taking a
retrospective view of tho eventful
year, (for eventful it lias been to us
nil) but rather let lib try to forget
what we have done wrong, and con
tinue to repeat, and if possible, to
improve upon, what wo may havo
done aright. "While wars and rumois
of wars" arc pending in the old
world, wo ought to bo thankful that
our lot is cast on theso pacific isles.
Though peace and plenty have ap
parently prevailed throughout the
Archipelago, yet lias theie not been
unseen poverty and suffering1 in
our miftet? That greatest of all
virtues, charity, has been evcrcised
. to a large extent in tills city, and
should the occasion of picssing needs
'aiisc in 1887, as it did in 188C, wo
, believe that a similar virtue would
again be displayed.
As the year 188(1 vanishes into the
dnikness of the Abyss of the PaBt,
let his faults ho "not remembered in
his epitaph." In handing this last
.number of the Daily TIui.lutin for
'$J88G to tho public, we wish them
A Haity "Nkw Yeah.
The Queen's Reception.
llcv Mnjcsly Qnccn Knpiolnnl
held n reception to:ilay, from 11 a.
m. to 2 v. m. At 11, members of
the Royal Family ami tho high
ofllcials of the Government were re
ceived. At 11:30, the Diplomatic
and Consular corps presented their
respects to Her Majesty. Tho
Captain and ofllcers of the Chilean
corvette l'ilcomayo, now in port,
and Government ollleials, were re
ceived at 12. The general public
were allotted the time from 12:30 to
Tho attendance of the general
public was large and included the
clileot Honolulu Society.
A Treat to St. Andrew's
Sunday School Children.
Jilt. AND JIKS. bC'llAr.lT.K, HOST AND
F. A. Schaofer. Ksquirc, and Mrs.
Schaefcr, entertained, at their resi
dence on Kutianu Valley, yesterday
afternoon, the juveniles who com
prise the St. Andrew's Sunday
School. Tho weather wa3 charming,
the sun shining brightly, its rays being
tempered by a moderate breeze. The
scene was of a most joyous charac
ter, and the girls and boys appeared
to be exhilarated over the enjoyment
so bountifully provided for them.
The tea party was presided over by
the affable hostess, Mrs. Schaefcr,
and tin1 picture presented by the
children who gathered around the
hospitable board of the varied and
light deleclablcs, was such as to
cause a glow in the hearts of parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Schaefcr were most
assiduous in their attentions to the
juveniles' wants. The Royal Ha
waiian Hand was, by the courtesy of
Governor Iattkca, placed at the dis
posal of the host, and played during
the afternoon, light and melodies
airs suitable to the occasion, thereby
adding greatly to the enjoyment of
all present. The happy children
were overjoyed at the outdoor treat
and refection so thoughtfully pro
vided for them.
VOYAGE OF THE SCHOONER MALOLO.
(J. B. HOLLAND, JlASTIUt.
Sailed from Honolulu, for Fan
ning's Island, Oct. 12th, at 5 r. ji.
Experienced light E.S.E. winds until
arrival at Fanning's Island, Oct.
22nd, ato:30 r. ji., 10 days from
Honolulu. Learned that the Jennie
Walker had sailed for Honolulu on
Oct. oth. Left again at 7 i ji.,
the same evening. Arrived at
Washington Island the following
jlay at !) a. ji., sailing again for the
island of Palmyra at 11 a. ji., ar
riving there at 8 a. ji. the next
morning. Took in fi eight and re
turn labor, and saild the folllovting
afternoon at -l p. ji., bound for
Penrhyn Island. After a tedious
passage of 10 days, arrived at Pen
rhyn Nov. 8th, having experienced
thick squally weather the whole
passage. After paying off return
laborers, sailed for the island of
Rukahanga, Nov. 11th, airiving
there at midnight on Nov. 13th.
Paid off return laborers and sailed
for the island of Manahiki on Nov.
loth, arriving there the same even
ing. Remained at Manahiki over
night, sailing again for Hakahanga
on the afternoon of the lGth, ar
riving there at midnight. Having
shipped 4 men at Rakahanga sailed
the following morning for the Hervey
group. Experienced thick squally
weather until arrival at the island of
Mauki, Nov. 25th, at 9 i. m. Re
mained there two days. Not being
able to obtain any labor, left for the
island of Mnngiia, arriving mere at
7 v. ji. on the last day of November.
Left there on the following morning,
not being able to obtain any labor.
Arrived at Rarolonga, Friday, Dec.
3rd, at 0 i ji., being too late to
enter the harbor, btond off and on
all night. At 8 a. ji. the following
morning, the pilot came out and
took the vessel into port. Took in
iircwoodund tilled water casks ; and
shipped 22 men. Left Rarotonga
Dec. Gth, at v. ji., for the island
of Aitutaki, arriving there the fol
lowing afternoon. Left again the
next afternoon, having shipped 31
men, (making n total of .r7 men
bhipped), bound for Honolulu. Ex
perienced light E. and N.E. winds
until Dec. 20tli. Lay becalmed off
Hawaii till the evening of the 27th,
when had light S. and S.E. winds to
Tried to fetch at Starbuck Island,
having heard that there were 4 ship
wrecked seamen on the island, but
owing to head winds, could not
YET ANOTHER XMAS FESTIVAL.
The annual Christmas festival of
tho Sunday school of the licthcl
Union Congregation, postponed last
week, on account of the rain, came
off last evening, at the Lyceum, and
was of li character highly batisfae
tory to all concerned. The pro
ceedings opened with a short pro
gramme of vocal and instrumental
music in which the children of the
Sunday school took tho principal
share. There was n largo attend
ance, tho room being well filled by
tho young people and their parents
Entering the building, everyone's
attention was arrested by a quaint
old-fashioned rustic looking poich,
with half-blinded window and brick
chimney, on tho platform. The
whole structure was artistically
covered over, a3 with a recent fail
of snow. The representation was
verified by all who have Jived in
northern latitudes as admirably true
to the reality. At the close of tho
musical programme, the Jingle of n
bell was heard in the distance, when
n wcll-got-ttp Santa Claus entered
by a side door, with a ladder which
he placed against the little oot,
climbed up and wont bodily down
the chimney. Immediately tho door
of the cot opened, Santa came forth,
and proceeded to unload a stock of
candy, a bag of which was given to
every juvenile mid adult member of
the Sunday school department of
The success of the entertainment
reflected very great credit upon all
who had any hand in it, particularly
Mrs. Oggcl who superintended the
Now Mail Arrangements on
The Jlome JVcios says: The nego
tiations which have been proceeding
between the Postinastcr-Gcneral of
Great lhitain and the Atlantic
Steamship companies, for the con
veyance of the American mails,
have resulted in an arrangement be
ing made of n temporary character,
by which Qucenslown will bo re
tained as a port of call for two out
of three of the weekly outgoing
steamcis. Tho Postmaster-General
in Juno last issued a circular staling
that the agreements then in force
would terminate on Dec. 1. The
despatch of the mails three times a
week, namely, Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, from London, and on
the following days from Queens
town, having been found tho most
convenient for all parts of tho king
dom, it was proposed to give" pre
ference to ships calling at Quccns
town ; but instead of entering into
agreements extending over long
periods, it was proposed to take up
month by month, or quarter by
quarter, the most cfllcicnt vessels
sailing from Liverpool, via Queens
town, to New York on the days
above mentioned, the remuneration
to be by a payment per voyage at
the rate of 3s per pound for letters
and post cards, and 3d. per pound
of newspapers, printed papers, and
patterns or samples. For vessels
not calling at Quccnstown the re
muneration will be Is. 8d. per pound
for letters and post cards, and lid.
per pound for other articles, these
being for bulk rates equivalent to
the rates per letter or paper ordin
arily paid for the conveyance of
ship letter mails. In October a joint
olfcr was made by the Cunard and
White Star Companies to despatch
on two days only at tin! new rates,
under exclusive privilege, precluding
transmission of mails by other lines
unless by special address in the
ship named. The Post Oflicc refused
this proposal, on the ground that
the two despatches were not faiilllci
ent. A third despatch was then
offered from Liverpool to Boston
every Tuesday, the monopoly being
btill maintained. As the lloston
route was regarded as being carried
on by slower steamers, the authori
ties refused acceptance on the
ground that the Tuesday mails
might be outstripped by the faster
Thursday mails. The Post Oflicc,
lias, therefore, fallen back on other
offers, and arrangements have been
made for preventing any break in
the continuity of the three services
per week. The Cunard and White
Star Companies will not carry the
mails under the new arrangement.
The reconstructed Inm.in Company,
which is said to have the intention
of adding to its licet of fast-speed
vessels, made an offer, which has
been accepted, to carry on the terms
required, the Tuesday mail from
Liverpool and Quccnstown. The
Nortli German Llyod steamers,
which are available under the Postal
Convention, and aic Greenock built,
of very fast speed, will convey the
Thurhday mails from Southampton
direct to New York, and the Satur
day mails will bo carried by the
Onion steamers, which include in
their number the Alaska and the
Arizona. Those offers have been
provisionally accepted for three
months, the authorities hoping then
that other ships will be in t4e field ,
and that the monopoly will be en
tirely broken down, in the mean
time they possess tho freedom of
sending mails by any fast ships sail
ing from any port, which would
havo been denied to them under the
exclusive tenders submitted by the
Cunard and Whito Star Companies.
By the new arrangement nine out of
the twelve fastest Atlantic steamors
arc, we believe, available for the
postal service with America; and
the German-Lloyd steamers will
await tho Thursday night mail out of
London. Another result of the new
arrangement is to effect a saving of
25 percent. The Post Olllcc, how
ever, lias not considered economy as
tho basis of the change, but cl'llci
ency of postal conveyance.
Tlio Very JICNt, Junt arrived ly
"Hurniiac,"l'or Nnlo at .
$1.75 PER CASE
By tho Dray load 25 Cases,
Wo guarantee Iho lcnrl" Oil,
just in rived by 'Baranuc," aH Superior
to any in tlio ninrket as a Family
CASTLE & COOKE.
Shares of Ice Stock
Wo have received instructions to sell
nl Public Auction, at our Snlcsioom,
on Queen Street, on
Monday, January 3rd 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
46 Shares of Stock in the
People's Ice & Eof. Co.
The nbovo will be sold in lots of Five
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
18 Ot Auctioneers.
ROOM TO LET,
AWELL-FUHNIS1IED HOOM IN
u private family residence; within
live minutes' walk of the Post Oflicc.
Imiuhcnt this Olllcc. 22lf
rpiIE CO-rAHTNEHSllIl' HEKE
JL torero existing between A. Ui own
and J Phillip., under the firm name ot
Ilrown & Phillips, having expired by
limitation, the business will hereafter
bo rarricl on by .7. Phillips, who will
pay all debts owed by and collcc all
bills due said linn.
Honolulu. Deo '.11,188(1 22
rpo RENT, A MIATjIj i'UHXISHEl)
X Cottage about -1 or 5 looms; not
more than 0 minutes' walk from the
1'Oit Oniee. Address K. J. A., IJum.k-
tin ofi'ici:. so un
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wan'.ed
nt Chili", J. FUhcl's Dicsmaking
Jistiibllsbincnt. None but good hands
need to apply- W tf
MRS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INPOH1I HER NUMER
ous fi lends air.l customers that
she Mill resume business on Monday,
January 8rd, nt her resilience, Einni.i
street, ucM to Mrs. Wodehouse.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
MISS CHILLBURG, Milliner,
lormeilyat Mis. J.uuk's hns re
moved to Nicoll's Block, opposite the
.Marble WorUn, where Mie will be
pleased to see her friends, and to attend
to nil orders in her lino. liiitCbt
Styles and best quality ot
DOG FOR SALE.
ACUOSS BETWEEN MASTIFF
and Blood Hound. Apply at C.
T. Fishel's store, to
12 GEO. 1$. PEACOCK.
PERSONS DESIRING SLIPS OR
Sittings at the Foit-St. Church can
prrcinc sumo by applying to the Trea
suier, Mr. J. B. Atherton, nt Castle &
Cooke's. 10 4t
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
0. O. BERGER,
!. W. MACTAKLAKi:.
Dissolution of Piirtiicrship.
NOTICE is beieby given tbattlie
interest of II. M. Dow in tliobusinesf
of AVcst, Dow & Co., Fort Htrect,
Honolulu, lias been puicbased by G.
Veht. The business will bo conduct
ed under tlio linn name of West Dow
it Co., wbieb Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any fuitber
icKponsihililtfv for tlio linns debts or
All debts due tlio Into iirm of Wcfet
Dow it Co., should bo paid to tlio
undorhigned, who will pay all debts
duo by it.
WEST DOW & Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December 13tb, 1880. 07
Administrator and Adminis
trix Sale of Real Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that under
an older of tho Supreme Com t
made in the Estate of John Moanauli,
deceased, we will sell at Public Auction
on MONDAY, the 17th day of .Lummy,
1887, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, at
Honolulu. Island of Oahu', at tho auction
loom of E.P, Adams & Co., all the right,
title ami interest of the said John Mo
anauli, deceased, of, in und to that cur
tain piece or parcel of land situate on
the corner of King and Richard Streets,
in said Honolulu, anil described as fob
Commencing at a point where the
outer line of tlio wall on King and Rich
ard streets meets ut the toutli corner of
lilts lot, mid north angle of King and
Richcrtl streets and running
N. a7 10' W. true, lia ft. along tho
outer line of the wall on King btrcct,
to the cud of the wall;
N. 55 52' E. truo 03.2 feet.
. a3 17' E. truo 110 ft., along tho re-
maiuiug portion of the L. C, Award
lilt to tho outer lino of tlio wall on
S. 04 35' . truo 80,0 ft., along tho
outer line of the wall on Rlchaid
street, to iuiii.il point.
Area, 21-100 of an acre.
For further piuticulars inquire of
Administrator and Administratrix Es
tate of J. Moanauli, dt ceased.
Or to Cecil Duown,
At'ty Admlnietiator and Administratrix.
Fred'ricksbtirg Brewing Go,
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Beer of tho nbovo lbowcry
Was Avyarded the First Prizes
At the Expositions of 1683 and 1SSG
AN INTERESTING LECTURE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, young
and old, small or tall, you arc all requested to
call at the ELITE ICE OKEAM PARLOUS,
II. J. Hart, proprietor, 85 Hotel Street, at an
early date to give your order i'or the coining
Holidays. You CAJST MAKE C1IKLSTMAS
CHEERFUL hy ordering some of our cele
brated Ice Cream, -which is pronounced the
"We also have a great variety of Plain and
Fancy Calces on hand so well known i'or
superior Make and Quality.
IT WILL BE OUK SPECIAL AIM
to make an 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 ;
also an elegant assortment of Fancy Candy
and Bon-bon Boxes. Just the thing i'or a
Christinas Present. Send in your orders at
3 8 Mutual Telephone. Bell Telephone 182.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors are open daily
II AYE JUST BECEIYED A PULL LINE OF
dlldllull m mmlll mEmh I
THOSE VEUY DESIRA
ble premises No. 103 Numinu
Avenue. Dwclllnjr contain
8 rooms; aiiy basement under all; kitch
en, pantry, bathroom and servant's room
attached, cairiagc house, Btuule, fowl
house; all conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful location; neat giounds, Iruit
trees. Ten mlnutos' -wiilk from- l'ost
Oflicc. Enquire adjoining piemises of
72 tf J. H. WOOD.
THE PREMISES lately occupied by
Queen Emma, situate (in the so.ith
corner of Nuuauu and Bcrel-luia htrect,
are ottered for rental for a teim of yeois
upon rcasonnblo terms. Apply to
JOHN li. PATY,
09 tf Trcns. QuecnV Hcspl al.
TO LET OR LEASE.
A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, CON-
3L mining four largo room 4 and four
fcimill rooms; also, stall, cirriago house,
with nearly one ncio of pasture and gar
den, artesian water, -etc. l'eims very
moderate Apply to Gi:o. H. Hoiir.itT
son, P minium, fur key, etc. Dfl lm
HOUSE TO LET.
A SPLENDID AND NEW HOUSE
containing six rooms, hath hi.iisc,
btublo nnd gauten, with Government
water line, on Se.hool St., between Nun
aim and Lillha streets. For terms up.
ply to CHAS. LUOAt:, al the Honolulu
Pluniug Mil). 17lf
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
JL UlUi, at present occupied by G. D.
Kicctli. Apply at olllee or
FltKETH .to PEACOCK,
12 if . saNuuanusiicet.
ROOMS TO LET.
TN A PRIVATE RESIDENCE, A
JL suite of moms convenient for a gen.
tleman and lady, or two Binglo gentle,
men. A delightful locality, und within
four minutis1 walk of the Post Olllcc.
Enquire at this Olllcc. lOlf
For Salo or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Luunlilo Street.
At present occupied hyP. Opfcr
gelt, Esq. It contains parlor, dining
inoin nnd 2 heilrooms, hath, pantry and
kitchen. A lurgo ynid with outbuild
ings for horses, cntringu and scivunln.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNEW.
ROOM TO LET.
A WELL-FURNISHED HOOM IN
tho center of the city. Inquire at
No. 4 Garden L'Jne. 21tf
HAVING secured tlio services of
Mlt. J. M. OAT, as general pur.
chasing agent in San Francisco, I snail
in future bo prepared to 1)11 all orders in
our Hue particular' y, or any special or.
dern, with the assuianec thiit ilr. Oat's
peisonal attention will he given to tho
selection and purchase of nil articles
ordeicd. 108) J. II. SOPER.
I JULl WUJ. i!AW
Invites attention to the following list of
Just received 1)3' Oceanic Steamship
Our Hero General U. S. Grunt Wlnre,
When nm) How lie Fought.
Nursery A. II. 0., Picture, Story, JMngie,
Dream and Fnrtiino Telling Hooks.
Chatteibox, lfcSO, beautifully bound.
Frank Leslie' Olinturhox, do.
Cards and Pictures
CHRISTMAS OA.IIDS, b.-aulilul de;
sign?, including Raphael Tuck &
Sons' Artistic Seiies.
Lingo fcrnp Pit-lures, composing the
i.ow .aiayor s i'roeesaion.Tiio ijurcii
Returning from a lteviow, ami oilier
Children's Toy Blocks,
Small Shell Plaques.
G .lines, etc., etc.
Secrets nf Succcs-i in Husinesi,
Golden Key to Suet os,
Succosffiil UoiiM'kei ping,
Family Itible;, with Register?,
Roots and Baddies and a
Lurgo variety of Popular Workj
Cold Pens and Hoidess
J. H. SOPEK,
Rookelpr, Sttiiirmcr and News Agent,
Guttto Block, Merchant Slret. . 12
Haw. Bell JMf firielo.
I7WOM THE FIRST DAY OF .TAN
. unry next, thu rental f 1'liiB'iuniunts
li jiieauiu in ii-u in uie iisiillib in ivnu,
Wiiliuiao, Waiiilua ami Kouhiupoku will
ho reduced to i-QOO per mm t'i.
071 in Piosident.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAYING
X been appointed Ahiigneea ol the
Estate of LAM O1IO0K, of Honolulu,
a bankrupt, nil iicrious indebted to fuid
estate arc heieby uotillid to pay tlio
camo immediately to the umli'i'Mgucd.
W. 0. PARKE.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 18:0, 00 2t Vvr
I Tl SnBTO
THE NSW YORK '
Life fincB Co.
Old. Successful. Trustworthy. Puroly
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over i?,'?03000,Oo6
.Surplus over - 14,000,000
It isucs thu Host forms of policy nuil
pays thu BABMiSiST Tontlno Dlb
dends of any Coiupiny.
Tho l'Ucst nilvnnlnjjo added to itn Nun
Forfeiting Limited Tonllno Policies is:
A KtsiM'itiitctMl return of oil
i'roiimuiiM yniil, i :ulilitiu
to Fare S" 2D!c',v i citsa of death
during Iho Tontine purled.
Vor full particular. apply to
C. 0. BLRGER, Honolulu,
Ut mini Agent lliniaiinn Is amis.
'Ihoio Do iclous and Hk-li ChrMnias
mid Now Yuiir's
M 0 S3 E PIES!
Ln,joy!ii a SO ycnis ii'imtiitlon. 'will
be i fiuty fr s.ilu fiom TIlUltrfDAY,
Dec. 2I!rd ins-t, at
Christmas and New Yeurs' Cakes
ol all d('5crlplions,docoriii!d in HOltN'S
wcllltiiown inn? 'tylu.fiom 1.00 to 85.00
nl 10 cents per pound, at tlio
PIONEER STEAM CANDY FACT'Y & BAKERY
IIolcl St , brt Nomina mid Fort St i.
liolh Telephones No. 74, V
Having r coin ed the Sen ice? of
Geo. 0. Biratemeyer
we aie piopaicd to execute all
jr-jTonscs or ig"i.x
. HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Tho Pioprictors tako pleasure in an.
noiinelng to their fiiemls and tho gene
nil public, that they have remodeled and
leiltted the picmkcj immediately above
Hotel Sticet, -where on and alter nc.t
SatuiduyKYi; win bo found the best of
Liquors, ' "-
Ales and'' V
Tho Mai kct affords. .
The Slock vns jmichnscd under thol
nipervision ol Mr. Jas. Dodd, while V
East, and having been s-o long in the' '
business, ho knows Die wants of tho
trade, and has puioliaid the nrliclo that
will plo.i'e the mrfit fastidious. -
Thanking our fiiendn and pations for y.
past litvors, mid desiring a eonlinuanco
ol the s-aiiio,
Wo me, respectfully yours,
U1 '"" Pioprictors.
Has just leciived u lingo assort
Elegant Meorsclianm Pipes
Cigarette HolderSj-cto., suitable
Also a hi i go Honk of all the most
Jopuluv nuil Choicest Brawl of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Brinr and other Fancy Pipes
Of tho Newest Doigiib, and Smokers
Htquisitou of every kind.
100 V Foil Street.
W. O. ATWATER,
Vov Salo or Luaso.
rnilOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
J- 1 unalioa Slreet culled "Kananllo.
hin," tho pioperty of 0. II Juild, mo for
fculo or for Je.iso lor u term of years.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec, 13, 1660,
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