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TO lllr. Ol.KUK OK THE SUPREME
Couut Greeting : Ey virtue of the
power vested in me by the 842d Sec
tion of the Civil Code, I hereby older
a Special Term of the Supreme
Court, for the henringof such onuses
jib could not bo heard at the present
term, to bo held in Honolulu, Wcd
ncsdny, tho 1st day of February, A.
D., 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m.
And you are hereby directed to
make this order known.
Witness my hand and
tho seal of tho Supremo
Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, at Honolulu, this
v"' tilth day 01 January, A.
A. F. Junn,
Attest: William Foster,
Clerk. 47 lw
llonplulu, Jan. 20, 18S8.f
Hon. Paul 1. Kanoa
Has been appointed by the Board of
Education, School Agent for tho Dis
trict of Knwaihau, on the Island of
Kauai, vice the Rev. J. W. Smith,
W. JAS. SMITH,
44 3t Secretary.
Office Auditor-GenekaIj, )
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888.J
All accounts audited in this
Oflico must be presented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
retained by tho Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
41 lw Auditor-General.
Orricc or the Board or Health,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 18S8. J
Sealed tenders will bo received at
the Office ol the Board of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 23,
1888, for tho delivery at the Leper
Settlement, on tho Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and iifty cords
of Fire Wood, within three months
from the dato of signing agreement
for the same.
It is required that the wood be of
algeroba, monkey-pod, eucalyptus or
any of tho linrd native woods; that
it bo cut in (4) four foot lengths and
be split if necessary, so as to be easily
handled ; that it be piled at Kalau
papa ; and that it bo measured by tho
Agent of tho Board of Health.
The time for receiving above ten
ders is extended till January 31,
188S, at 12 o'clock noon.
N. B. EMERSON,
President of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
Bunk ol Caliloi-iiiu, te. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Coinmcrciul Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Clirlstcliurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbin, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to aclthor Boot Dor Pnrtj.
Bnt established ior the benefit ot all.
TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1888.
THE QUARANTINE AGAIN.
"We scarcely think any reflective
man who is nwaro thai in San Fran
cisco sinall-pox has been declared
epidemic, lidfculcs as unnecessary
tho quarantining of vessels and pas
senger's arriving here from that port
within eighteen days after starting.
At all events, it is safo to assert
that most peoplo resident m Hono
lulu endorse tho resolution of the
Hoard of Health to quarantine, and
nro favorable to a strict enforcement
of the regulations bearing upon that
matter. Yesterday wo character
ized the restriction placed on tho
Mariposa passengers as a farce, be
cause it was "winked at" and evad
ed by tho restricted people. Our
condemnation was neither hasty nor
undeserved. , We had indisputable
evidence of tho truthfulness of the
accusation mildly made. True, the
"tabu" was and is efficient "so far
As regards those affected who res-
peel tho law;" but every quaran
tined person docs not respect the
law, and more than one has shown
Ids disrespect therefor by disregard
ing its injunction. Undoubtedly
the majoiity of those quarantined
consider themselves hardly used in
having their liberty curtailed for a
time, and it is not in human nature
to rigidly obey, without compulsion,
regulations which aro regarded by
tliein as nn unnecessary hardship.
Obedience in nil such cases can be
secured only by the surveillance of
intelligent and conscientious guards.
In calling attention to the matter
yesterday, wo discharged a public
duty, and have had the satisfaction
of seeing a stricter enforcement of
the imposed restriction; although
there is such a thing as closing the
stable door after the horse has es
IS THE CHURCH A PALLADIUM?
Kditoii Bulletin: In your issue
of last Saturday, you have fairly
answered the question, "How to
reach our young men?" The next
thing to be considered is, whether
the church is a sulllcicnt protection
to the young men.
It is a fact that Jesus Christ came
into our land to set up a Kjngdom.
From among His followers, lie
chose twelve men to bo His wit
nesses before tho world. The char
acteristic of an Apostle is this ; "lie
was able to testify as an cyc-witncss
of the life, death, and resurrection
of Jesus Christ."
Church organization, as it now
exists, was an after-growth. It is
the work of men.
There has been no "Apostolic
succession," for you cannot pro
pagate and perpetuate a succession
of eye-witnesses! The Apostles can
not be duplicated in their olllce.
All we can do is to accept their testi
mony, and from that claim our right
to teach and preach the Gospel.
It is quite possible for a man to
be a member of the church, and, at
the same time, have no connection
whatever with the Lord Jesus
Christ. When the Apostles started
on their mission, after having re
ceived the baptism of the Holy
Spirit,, it was to preach Christ;
church establishment was an after
In this matter of reaching young
men, the chief thing is to lead them
to Christ. It is lie who redeems
Of what use would it be for the
church to enclose young men within
her pale if her standard of living be
but little better than theirs? Let
the church define the boundaries;
let her make it clear to the world's
people that her state is superior to
theirs, and they will flock to her.
Young men are as accessible to
the Gospel as any other class of
people, only they want to be treated
as rational beings. They will not
submit to be driven into the church.
Don't tease, but give them light;
show them the claims of the Gospel,
and they will accept it readily.
A work of grace was begun a few
years ago in Scotland through the
instrumentality of Messrs. Stanley
and Studd, hvo Cambridge Univer
sity gradutes. But as the labors of
these young gentlemen are known to
the world, it will be needless to re
count them. We may, however, in
fer from Ihose labors that one way
to reach the j'oung men in Hono
lulu, would be for those who arc
already in the church .to imbue
themselves with tho Spirit of Christ,
so that they can exert an influence.
The world's people arc longing for
Christ. The3' do not care so much
for the teaching and preaching of
the church, as to sec its members
practising Christ, that is, living as
lie did. J. Bicknei.l.
Lais FoMp lews.
Washington, Jan. 9. The follow
ing is the resolution which Senator
Stewart to-day introduced into the
Senate, requesting the President of
tho United States to negotiate a
treaty with the Emperor of China,
excluding tho Chinese from entering
the United States :
Resolved by the Senate, tho
House of Representatives concur
ring, That the President of the United
States be requested at his earliest
convenience to negotiate a treaty
with tho Emperor of China contain
ing the provision that no Chincso
shall enter the United States, except
Ambassadors and others engaged in
the 'diplomatic service of the Chinese
Empire and merchants engaged in
trade between the United States and
foreign countries, and providing
fuithcr, that the United Stales slinll
bo nt liberty to ascertain by such
officers or tribunal as Congress moy
designato whether tho Chinese offer
ing to enter the United States arc of
the excepted classes.
Washington, Jan. 10. At a spec
ial meeting of the Senate Committee
on the Judiciary tiiis morning a
special vote was taken on the nomi
nation of Lamar and Yilns. Party
lines were drawn on the nomination
of Lamar and there will bo a major
ity repoit by all the Republicans of
tho committee against confirmation,
and ft minority report signed by the
Democrats of tho committee in favor
Washington, Jan. 10. Secretary
Lamar took informal leave of liia as
sistants at noon to-day. Assistant
Secretary Muldrcw is assuming the
duties of tho oflico pending the con
firmation of Vilas.
Victor, (San llernnrdino county),
Jan. 8. A most wonderful gold dis
covery has been mado about thirty
miles cast of this place, in what is
known as the Blackhawk mountain,
a spur of the San Bernardino range.
This find is said to be a ledge neni ly
two miles in length, with immense oro
chimneys canying free gold at the
rate of from 010 lo Soil to (he ton.
The ledge is from ten to thirty feet
wide and hns a proportionate foot
wall and a hanging-wall of stratified
lime spar. The lucky owners arc
named O. G. Leach and J. 11. Cook.
They are old prospectors. Luach is
one of the original discoverers of the
Montreal, Jan. 10. Incendiaries
hid in the Theatre Francaisc last
night while the Salvation Army wns
holding services and prepared to
burn the building with shavings and
a bottle of coal oil. Flames broke
out after services, but were soon ex
tinguished. Now York, Jan. !). A poorly
dressed man entered the Bcllcvuo
Hospital late Inst night and com
plained of feeling ill. lie was dis
covered to be suffering from small
pox in its advanced stages, and was
sent to North Brothers Island. It
was ascertained that he had been a
lodger in a cheap hotel on the Bow
ery, and steps were immediately
taken to vaccinate all the inmates
of the place. The sick man came
Geoogc C. Gorham wants the Re
publicans to nominate a man for
President that Coulding could
openly indorse one who would se
cure the solid Republican vote of
New York. lie thinks neither
Blain, Sherman, Ilawley, Harrison
of Indiana, nor Allison would suit,
but cither General Sherman or Jus
tice Miller would.
Washington, Jan. 11. Saulsbury
presented a joint resolution, declar
ing that no further effort can bo
properly made by the United States
to obtain the co-operation of the
European Governments in establish
ing a common ratio of values be
tween silver and gold as money.
Laid on the table.
Washington, Jan. 11 Avery im
portant measure submitted yester
day to Congress is a bill authorizing
the entry of all railroad lands with
in railroad and wagon-road grants,
and indemnity limit to those set
tling or occupying or improving
them previous to restoration, with
the expectation of purchasing from
the railroad or wagon-road company,
and permitting homestead or pre
emption entry at SI. 25 per acre,
and if the actor shall be disqualified
to enter under these laws, then the
righltto purchase as a cash entry at
SI. 25 per acre. It also provides
that in case whore parties have pre
vious to restoration purchased lands
in even sections within such limits
at $2.50 per acre, they shall be en
titled to a rebate or repainnent of
the same in excess of $1.25 per
Washington, Jan. 10 Represen
tative Fhelan of Tcnnesse intro
duced in the House to-day a joint
resolution, proposing the following
amendment to the Constitution,
Aiticle 1C, Section 1 Congress
shall have power to grant aid to the
public schools' system of tho several
States of the Union.
Section 2 Aid so granted shall
not exceed $10,TJOO,000 annually, to
be distributed pro rata among the
States on the basis of illiteracy.
Section Ji. Appropriations so
made shall be paid to the person or
persons designated by an act of the
Legislature of each Stale, which
shall specify that the aid so received
shall bo expended for public school
Section 4 Congress shall not su
pervise the expenditure of appro
priations herein provided for, but it
may require a report from the State
officer or officers disbursing the
same, and if it shall appear from
said repoit that the aid so granted,
or any part of it, has not been ex
pended for public school purposes,
then it may withhold fioni subse
quent appropriations, an amount
equal to that not so expended.
City of Mexico, January 7. Ber
lin advices arc to the effect that the
loan of 852,000,000 for Mexico will
be arranged beforeTthc close of this
month on terms favorable to tho
country, and it is also stated that
the German Government appioves
of placing Geiinn'n capital heic,
where the Germans have built up a
Tho Government has dechucd
free of duty everything entering
into the constitution of telegraph
and telephone lines. The rapid
rise in quicksilver in Loudon is giv
ing an impetus .to the working of
quicksilver mines here, and endea
vors will bo mado to work several
newly discovered deposits in the
Northern States. Tho Government
is about to assume control-of all its
mines now under lease, and expects
to mnko a great saving by so doing.
, Montreal, Jan, G. A disastrous
railway accident has occurred on tho
Canadian Paciflo road four miles
west of White river. The tele
graph agent at one of tho stations
on the line failed to cancel a freight
train as he had been ordered to do,
and it collided witli another freight
train on a tiestle ninety feet high
called tho Red Succor tiostlo. Both
trains fell from tho truck into the
abyss below and two engineers, two
firemen and two brakesmen were
One man wedged tinder thewrcek
agc wns noticed to be alive, and one
of tho comrades undertook to re
move him by grasping his hand. Ills
rescuer was horrified when he broke
tho man's lingers, which had been
frozen while in this condition.
Another man was seen under tho
wreck, nil of his body being visible
except his head, which was horribly
mangled. Nobody seemed to know
tho cause of the accident. It wns
thought Hint the men hnd been too
long on the trnin going East nnd had
London, Jan. C. The body of
Archie McNeill, who went to France
to report the Smith-Kilrain prize
fight for the London "Sportsman,"
and who has been missing since, has
been found on tho bench at Bou
logne. There were distinct marks
on McNeill's throat showing that he
had been strangled. lie was known
to have in Ins possession, when laslw
seen, Bank of England notes and a
watch, all of which were missing
when tho body wns found.
New York, Jan. G. A fire broke
out at 1 o'clock this morning nt tho
Brooklyn Nnvy Yard," in the Navi
gation building, which stood in the
center of the grounds. The build
ing was completely gutted, the walls
alone being loft standing. The loss
is about 8200,000.
Buffalo, Jan. 8. There aro blood
stains on the Grand Opera House
stage Friday. Last night Beulah, a
Mexican actress, cut J. B. Brown's
hand so severely that it may have
to be amputated. Beulah is young
and impetuous, and new to the stnne.
She comes from Mexico, and her
play, "Echo," is full of Mexican
intrigue and excitement, and in her
portrayal of the heroic part the
actress enters into her role with
She had told Brown to exercise
groat care in the assassination scene,
as she feared her emotional part
would carry her away.
Last evening, when the murder
scene came on, Beulah crept into the
chamber of her sleeping rival and
her flashing black c3-cs looked mur
derous as she crept to the bedside
and raised the glittering dagger for
the fatal plunge.
Brown, as Centiola, sprang from
behind the screen and grasped her
hand as usual. There was a quick,
double flash of the dagger, a serpent
like movement of Beulah's form,
and Brown staggered back with his
bleeding hand lying at his side.
A LARGE well furnished bedroom.
Two minutes walk from Post
Offlcc. Nice locality. Apply, A, U, C,
Bulletin Olllce. 47 if
BY ii Japanese nnd wife, a situation
where they can make themselves
useful. The mini can ilo general vnrd
work and take rare of hones, and the
woman understands gencial housowork.
Apply at tliii olllce. 47 3l
TIIE quarterly and annual meeting of
the Paeiiic Hnrdwnri' Company,
(Limited). Will be held at their olllce. on
MONDAY, January 0. 1888, at 10
O'clock A. M.
JAS. G. SPKNOER, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1888. 40 td
sgs&v Hawaiian Livery "stables,
JGBzM&k LELEO, Palama.
Horses taken to hoard by the dny, week
or nioiilli fed well, ami looked after
by caieful and experienced Stablemen.
Carriages and all kinds of Vehicles
kept clean and cared for, as well as
Harness. MOSES PALAU,
45 1m' Mauiger.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will bo pajablo to the stock
holder of r. O. Hull & Son. L'd, nt
the olllce oTthu Company on MONDAY,
. , L. O. AB1 ES,
45 3 Secret try.
J. W. YARNDLEY,
Tcnclici' of SIiiMic, Violin and
Cultivation oi' the Voice.
YOUNG Lady Fhnlsls! Improve
your readlug nl Music nnd ability
as nn accompanist by devoting at leust
ONE HOUR.-weekly, day or evening,
to tho practico of duels
PIANO AND VIOLIN !
BSTTERMS SAME FOR LESSONS.
Address P. O. BOX 2JS.
Telephone (Bell) 353. 45 lw
.' ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T tho adjourned annual medlng of
Xi. the Hiiokhnldcm "t the Kohuht
Sugar Company, held on the 0th lust.,
the following officers were elected for
tho ensuing year.
S. O. Allen 1'iealdent.
Hon..!. Moll Smitli.Viec-Piesident.
Hon. S. N. Castle TrcaMiicr.
JJon. J. B, Athcrlon, r-coii'lary.
O. M. Cooke, .-.Auditor.
.1. U. ATHKETON,
Honolulu, Jan. 21. 1688 45 lw
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
CM'STOMERS whohuvoon hand any
of our llottlub or Ciiaes, would
greatly oblige by sending word to the
Depot, 28 Merchant 6treet, and they will
at onco bo cnllid for.
Our Bottles are all erystnl valve, and
tlio words "TAHITI LEMONADE
YVOKKK" blown tJicnon.
Bell Telephone 172,
Mutual Telephone !5C0.
45 tf .1. E, RUOWN & CO.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aid authorised to collect lor the
Honolulu .rnno 8th, 1887. 57
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns, $3 per inuum,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
No. 05 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Lifo Insuranco
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts nccurntcly kept nnd properly adjusted.
Collections will receive special attention nnd returns promptly rondo.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched nnd correct Albttacts of Tltlo
Lctjal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn mid hand.
soinclj etign s-cd.
Copying and Translating hi nil languages in general we la this Kingdom.
Real Estnto bought nnd sold. Taxes pnld and Piopcrty safely inured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, nnd rents collected.
Tiro and Lifo Insuranco effected in first class Insurance Companies,
Custom-Houso Business transuded with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorablo rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will rccelvo particular attention.
C2?" All Business entrusted to our oaro will recolvo prompt and fallhlul attention at
modcralo chargos. '
ilulng had nn extensive huslniss cipcrlescc for over twcnty.llvo years in
New York City nnd elsawhcrc. wo feel competent to atiend to all huslncsx of an
intrictto and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, and icpuetfully
Bell Telephone No. 274. Xlivwuif an JSunIuohn Agency.
jnn. 7.68 ly
JUST TO HAND,
3Ex: .S. .A.iitrli
Fort Street Stores.
All persons are hereby forbid,
den from excavating, digging
,or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this district, without
tho written order of thoKiad
II. E. IIEBBARD,'! '
35 I in Kona, Oaliu.
Just Received per Zealnndin,
W ES "W CROP
New Zealaud .
Kidney Potatoes I
In small crates.
H. MAT & GO.
' 39 lw
A .RITCHIE ROVVAT,
-. veterinary Surgeon.
Office and Residence: 160 King street.
Mutual Telephone .:i. Oiders left at
Hotel Stables will .bo received and'
prnnptly attended m. 43 3 in
A DRAFT. Tho owner enn have the
same by proving property and
paying ca enses. Apply at the Bui.
U.tin Olllce. ; 43 3t
Dissolution of .Partnership,
rpiIK interest of Mr. Clarence Mao
X farlauo in the firm of WEST,
DOV,' & CO. 1ms this day been pur
chased by Mr. Gideon West, who as.
Humes all liabilities eif s.iid linn. All
dobts due said firm nro due and payable
to Mr. G. West.
WERT, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 1-1, 1S88.
",TR. G. WEST having become solo
ItJL owner of the business cauicdon
under the llim name of West, Dow &
Co., wilt, infiituie, carry on said busi
ness under the Ilrm name and stylo of
G. WEST CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15.1868. 3D im
THE Kapiolnni Park Association will
not be responsible for any debts
contracted in its nnino without tho writ
ton order ot its Ticiminr.
A. 6. CLEGHORN,
32 2w Rirsidont.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpilE Stockholders of C. Brewer &
X "Company, (L'd), will take notion
llml the annual meeting of tho Com.
I any will bo hold nt tho olllce on Queen
firuet, on WEDNESDAY, February 1st,
next, nt 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. CARTER, Secretary,
O. Brewer & Company.
Honolulu, Fob, 10. 1888 40 2w
AT tho annual meeting of tho United
Chineso Society held on the Oth
insr., the following officers wcro duly
C. Alee President
Goo Kim Vice-President
I . m Fiii , .Treasurer
Tuinr Phong. . . . Secretary
Kg Clian Ass't Treasurer
Turn Wall Hill Ass't Sccietnry
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
i-i rooms, No. 4 Gaiden Lane, tlio
bccond door from Union street. Apply
on tho premises. lotf
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Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered. '
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
Wl ZEALAND OATS !
EOK SALE, "
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ex Mariposa, by
J. E. BROWN k CO.,
28 Merchant Street.
lw Boats for Sale.
ffE HAVE OK HAND
A Few Samples of our Boats.
Also, plans nnd estimates of all kinds
of Boats and repair given at short
notice. Wo use only best inalerlnl in
their construction; no lfoukey.pod
whatever; believing that the best labor
and material pays best, both buyers and
builder. Having already published
prices and sercril essential points, not
generally known beneficial to boa's
tound our Islands, which intending;
purchasers would do well to note. Our
impioved facilities for building or re.
pairing cnablo us not only to furnish
n superior article but cheap, and where
doubt exists in this we desire a corapn.
ratlvo inspection, hcfoio sale, at tho En
terprise Mill or Printer's Lane, Punch,
bowl street, where sampels can ho seen.
J. A. DOWER, jb
Ship Carpenter & Builder.
Mutual Telephono 825. 58 tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
AN Express Wagon, Boston innlce;
Pole nnd Shafts, nearly new; also,
ono set of Double Harness. Apply 107
King street. 43 lw
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X forum Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for snie in kegs nnd cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Quceii street.
JOB PRINTING ol all kindi exe
cuted Rt tho Daii.y Bulletin Ofllce
Eor tho I-laiul of.Onhu.
Gov't Building, Honolulu.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 1)60.
V. O. Box 409
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Kite I'rnof Stono Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Radiants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting nt Boston with tho Azores
and Mmleira '
Through tickets g- anted from Honolulu
Mcrchandifo stored nnd sold on coin,
mission. Consignments toliuited.
Properties leased, rented and sold.
Lciriil doRiimuiits drawn.
Books nudlied and ndju-ted.
Authorized collector, Mr. A. Moroil.
THE ReminRton Typewriter is tho
Stnmliiril willing machine of tlio
world. It prints 70 characters, or with
certain combination, about 80 ch'iractcrs,
with the operation of only 3!) ltcys. Tho
machine is so simple that any oi.e can
writu Mlth it, anil its manipubiiioii U so
easily understood, that but little prrc
tlce U leiiuircd to enable the npeiati i to
acquiie facility in its upc. Tb- aveingo
speed of the pen is fr m 15 to 0
words per minute, and tho average speed
ot ihe typo writer is from 40 to bO wouls
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pen is at least two thirds
Orders for the above instrument may
be left iith the undersigned at the of
lice of W. G. Irwin & Co., and will re
ceive prompt attention. Tho undersign
ed is also prepared to givo purchasers
full instiuctions as to tho use of tho
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIPFARD,
Sole Agent for tho flaw aiian Islands.
Skatingl Skating! Skating!
Commencing Janunry Clli,
Every Friday Brains !
For L'ldies and their Escorls.
Every Friday Evening will -be kopt
perfectly select for'lodies & gentlemen.
X3uiil in .Attendance.
THOMAS E. AV-A-UU
1G01 Proprietor. lyr
rriHE Co-pat tnership existing between
X S. F. Giaham and E G. Schumau,
of Iloliolulu, under the firm name of
the "Paciflo Transfer Co." doing busi
ness iu Honolulu, was dissolved by mu
tual consent on the 8th day of Juno,
187. All nssets and liabilities of snid
Ilrm were assumed bv E. G. Schuman.
HinMl I B. FrUBAH AM,
tf S'nfd'fE. G SCHUMAK.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
The premises now occupied
my s. h.. Manoc, atKapulnma.
lEnlrance through Austin Lauo
'Ihu lioufo consists of parlor, 0 bed
room", kitchen, pantry and dining room.
Pn-esslon given immediately.
01 Apply to J. F. COLBUKN.
MESSRS. J. E. BBO"TN & CO. nro
nuthoilrd to collect accounts dua
to me, and their leoeipt will Le a sulll
A M. IlEWETT.
Honolulu, Jan, 3, 18iK. 29 lm
ALE accounts due Mrt . A. M. llellis
of tlx months and over, will bo
placed in a Collectors hands without
further notice if not paid by the 15th,
lust. MRU. A. M. MELLIS,
312w 17 Emma street. ,
' TO LET.
HOUSE nnd LOT, terms reasonable
Inquire of T. V. Rawlins, Ilawa.
iian Soap Works.
Loleo, Honolulu. 3o tf ,
NOTICE. . -
rpiIE annual meeting of the stook '
JL holdeis of the Hawaiian Ramie
Co. Limited, will beheld on the 2bl!i.
of January, nt the ofllce of Hon. W. R.
Castle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. in.
Very important business.
W. F. ALLEN,
. 30 2w Secretary n. R. Co.
EOR SALE. ,
O WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 3 23 feet Surf BoatB;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast nnd sails all
complete; 1 21 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast aud sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN. .
Boat Builder and General Jobber, fil tf
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long lease. For paitlculars npply at
this ofllce. 83 lm
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL adyertho in the Daily Bulletin, '
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