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Soiled toudcia will bo received ut
the Interior OIHco until 12 o'clock
noon, on WEDNESDAY, l'oliiutuy
1, 1888, for the construction of u
Stone Light House lit Baibet's Point.
Also, sealed teudeis will be leceived
at the above named time and place
for the conBtructit.il of n dwelling
houso for the Light House Keeper,
at Barbel's Point.
Plans and specithwtions for the
aboio tenders can bo teen at the
oflico of the .Supeiintendont of Public
Tho bids to bo M'p.tinlo and each
one endorsed ucooiding to the tender.
Tho Jliimler does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho lnteiior.
Interior Ollice, Jan. 27, 1888.
ringed to ntlthcr Botl rot fatty.
But eatabllcbcd lot llo ttnofit ol fill,
SATURDAY. JAN. 28, 1888.
To Tin: Clurk or thi: Suimikmi:
Couiit Greeting: By virtue of the
power vested in me by tho 8l2d Sec
tion of the Civil Code, I heicby oidei
a Special Term of the Supreme
Court, for the healing of such caubes
as could not be heard at the picsent
term, to be held in Honolulu, Wed
nesday, the 1st day of February, A.
D., 1888, at 10 o'clock a. ji.
And you arc hereby directed to
make this older known.
Witness my hand and
tho seal of the Supieme
Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, at Honolulu, this
21th day of Januaiy, A.
A. F. JUDD,
Attest: William Foster,
A pernicious custom obtains in
Honolulu, at all entertainments, of
persistently demanding an encore.
The habit is indulged in to such an
extent, that it is not only a nuisance
to many of the audience but u jjross
injustice to the performers. A pro
gramme is announced, and the par
ticipants prcparo themselves for the
parts assigned them. Some ot the
audience, however, insist that they
must do more than this, no matter
how embarrassing it may be to com
ply with tho request, or how fatigu
ing it may bo to the majority of the
listeners. Unless their demands are
immediately responded to, they keep
up an incessant stamping ami clap
ping, until the pcrlormer is itnven
to accede to their demands, in order
to restore them to quietness. Pio
motcrs of entertainments should take
cognisance of these facts, and in
augurate a new procedure. Either
purposely shorten the programme in
order to allow a response, or deter
mine that no responses shall be
made. By so doing thej' Mill le
licvc the audience of what has be
come a nuisance and the performers
of an undue amount of work and
j seal I
Ofi ice or the Board ok Health,)
Honolulu, Jan. 1G, 1S88.
Sealed tenders will be icceived nl
the Oflice ot the Boaul of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, Januaiy 23,
1888, for the doliveiy at the Leper
Settlement, on the Island of Molo-
kai, of one bundled and fifty cords
of Fire Wood, within three months
from the date of signing agreement
for the bame.
It is lequired that tho wood be of
nlgeroba, monkoy-pod, eucalyptus oi
any of tho hard native woods; that
it be cut in (4) four feet lengths and
bo split if neces&aiy, to as to be easily
handled ; that it be piled at Kalau
papa; and that it be measured by the
Agent of the Board of Health.
Tho time foi leeching above ten
ders is extended till Januaiy 31,
1888, at 12 o'clock noon.
N. B. EMERSON,
Piesident of the Board of Health.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IslnndB
Draw Exchango on tho
JBiviilc ol Cnlil'oraiu, S3. X
And llieir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcstr3. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
'Transact a Gencrul Banking Busiutts
THE RUINS OF JAMESTOWN.
Nothing remains of tho famous
settlement of Jamestown, Va., ox
cept the ruins of a church-tower
about twenty feet high, some old
tombstones and tho almost indis
tinguishable masonry of a maga
zine. The tower is crumbling away
year by year, the loots of the trees
have intermingled with the bones of
the dead, and the stones, upon
which could once be read the names
of tho "Armingerfa" and "Ilonora
bles," are broken in pieces, impene
trably hidden by brush and brims
and becomo lost to the sight of roan.
Tho place once occupied by tho huts
of tho first Bcttleis is already cov
ered by tho sea. American
THE VETO TO BE DECIDED.
The fact that the Government is
preparing, and vtill shortly be in
readiness, to test before the Supreme
Court the veto question, should be
acceptable alike to its supporleis
and opponents. The clearing up of
the doubt and uncertainty which
surround the question will be a re
lief to the community. Bills which
passed the customary three readings
in the House, and to which the King
declined to attach his signature,
have been declared law. Arc they
law or are they not? This is what
we are all interested in knowing,
and are anxious to know. It de
volves upon the Court to tell us
when properly asked. Besides set
ting at lest the disputed question, a
ruling at this early stago may save
complications that would possibly
arise later on. Therefore, we hail
with satisfaction the assurance that
the Government is taking steps to
secure the opinion of the Supremo
Court, and we are leady to accept
the Couit's ruling whatever it may
lcmarks he explained lo them the
meaning of the initial letters of tho
Association, and tho interpretation
put on them by somo of the crows
of other British men-of-war that
havo visited this port, lie was
listened lo with wrapt attention un
til tho oloso, when he was greeted
with rounds of applause.
Tho nct number, a pianofoite
solo, by Mrs. Ilanford, whs tendered
in that lady's illimitable style, and
brought deafening applause. Mr.
Starkey next sang tho " Death of
Nelson." , This gentleman was in
fine voice and sang in a masterly
manner. A prolonged and vocifer
ous encore was responded lo by
singing "Pretty Jane." This song
was also received with vociferous
applause. Miss B. L. You Holt
next song " Going to Market."
This young lady has a beautiful
voice, well trained and under good
contioU Her singing biought loith
rounds of applause lo which slio
kindly responded by singing
sir, Yes." Miss Paris then
recitation in which was poitraycd
tho adventures of an Amoiican gen
tleman with an Italian Countess.
This was encoted and the lady
kindly responded by reciting a very
comical piece entitled, "Especially
Mr. 1 C. Jones then entertained
the audience with a live minutes'
lalk. lie commenced his loinarks
bj saying, that ho had not been
called upon to speak on account of
his oratoiical powers, but for his
shape, llu said lie had been taken
for an Irishman, but never to his
knowledge for an Englishman, lie
loferrcd to the Americans as having
agieatdcalof bunkum, especially
on the Fourth of July, and he was
no exception lo the lido. He ic
membeicd on one occasion having
stated in a Fourth of July address
that ids grandfather was killed in
the battle of Bunker Hill. Some
lime afterward he was travelling
East and met a man who had read
an account of that speech in tho
Socrates, seeing ft scolding wifo
who had hanged herself on an olive
trco, exclaimed. "Ohj that all trees
would bear such fruit 1"
Jones (who catches his pastor out
fishing) Good morning, doctor.
Arc you studying theology? Minis
ter Yes j ichthyology.
Curran, hearing that .a sRngy and
slovenly barrister had started for tho
Continent with a shirt and n guinea,
observed, "He'll not change either
till ho comes back."
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
ANSWER TO THAT "GREAT
Editor Bullltin: Every man in
town was thoroughly astonished and
painfully disgusted on leading the
unwai ranted attach made in last
Friday's "Adrcrliscr" against our
honored townsman, Mr. A. Marques.
There is nothing to ridicule or to
laugh at in anything that has been
said or writteir by this gentleman,
who is only taking the defense of
the people's interest, and express
ing tho very views that are shared
by every man of common sense
among us. The planters themselves
would be with us against tho China
men, if it were not for the question
of cheap labor. The article in the
"Advertiser" is too vicious to be a
simple joke, therefore it only rc
Uects the jealousy and spile of a
small portion whose little game is
spoiled by Mr. A. Marques' out
spoken articles. In fact we may
s:vy that it merely represents tho
dying effort of tho dying clique who
have nothing to say themselves, and
who liato to find that someone out
side of themselves has an opinion
and the courage to cxpiess it.
AGES OF BIRDS.
Among tho candidates for tho
prize of longevity, says tho "Ele
veur," must bo cited tho eagle, the
swan and the raven, which live for
over a century. Tho parroquet, as
well as the heron, is content to be
como a sexagenarian. The sparrow
hawk lives to tho ago of forty, which
is tho ago likewise reached by the
duck and pelican. The pea-fowl
lives to bo twenty-five, the pigeon
twenty, tho crano twenty-four, tho
linnot twenty-five, the gold-finch
fifteen, the lark lliiitcen, tho black
hearted waibler fifteen, the black
bird twelvo, tho canary-bird twenty
four, tho pheasant fifteen, the thrush
ten, tho domestic cock ten, tho red
thrush twelve and tho wren three.
ENTERTAINMENT TO THE "CARO
LINE." Tho entoilainment given to the
ciow of II. B. M. S. Ship Caroline
last night, under tho aubpices of tho
Y. M. C. A., and directly under the
management of T. II, Davies, Esq.,
was a grand muccss. Owing to
limited space in tho Hull, tickets of
admission were issued. This pre
caution prevented crowding which
undoubtedly would havo otherwise,
been tho case.
Among those picsent were noticed
His Majesty the King and other
members of the Royal Family, Ma
jor Wodehouso, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner; T. II. Davies Esq., II.
M. S. Vice-Consul; Sir William
AViseman, Captain of tho Carolino;
Officers of II. M. S. Caroline, Offi
cers of U. S. S. Vandalla, J. II.
Paty, W. F. Allen, Judges Dole and
McCully of the Supremo Bench ; F.
A. Schaefcr, AV. G. Irwin, 0. It.
Bishop, L. A. Thurston, Minister of
tho Interior ; Itevs. Alex. Mackin
tosh, Wallace, Beckwilh and Dr.
Hyde, and many otheis.
Tho programme was opened by
Mr. T. II. Davies in an address of
welcome to tho officers and men of
tho Caroline. In the course of his
papers, who in the course of his re
marks said, it would be pretty hard
for anybody to know which side
Jones' grandfather fought on from
his account, which proves that you
cannot always tell what a man is by
w hat he says. Ho also stated that the
name of the vessel Caiolinc, sug
gested a thought and that was "re
liance." All men must have self
reliance. They cannot succeed in
life if they continually hang on to
others to help them through. He
said there were two causes why men
were deficient in self reliance. One
was, extreme laziness, and the other
extreme modesty. To illustrate the
first, ho related an anecdote of a
wealthy English gentleman who had
a servant named George, on whom
he depended for everything. One
day the master nail a severe colli in
ids head, and called to George for a
handkerchief. George hastily obey
ed tho summons and brought the
desired ailiclc, wheicupon the mas
ter said, "Hold it to my nose." The
servant did as lie was commanded.
After a minute or so, the master ex
claimed, "AYhy the deuce don't you
To illustrate the other point, he
related an incident that happened
to himself. When a boy and at
school, he fell in love with a girl
named Caroline. He was loo bash
ful to .carry on the business of love
making, so he got a boy named
John to cairy letters and notes from
him to the girl. Things went on
very well for a time, but eventually
John cut him out with the girl, and
he got left. He, Mr. Jones, came
to the Sandwich Islands, and some
time afterwards John also came out
here. With these anecdotes and an
appeal to the men to cultivate self
reliance, he closed his lcmarks
amidst bints of applause.
The next was a song hy Mr. T.
II. Davies, which was vocifeiously
applauded. Tho gentleman kindly
responded to iho encore and gave
another sons; in excellent slide. Mr.
Davies announced that Mrs. Paty
would be unable to attend on ac
count of domestic aflliction. Con
sequently Mr. Davies' song closed
the first part.
The second part was opened by
Sir William Wiseman m a recitation
entitled Roger and I. This gentle
man poscs3cs considerable liisli ionic
ability, and bis rendering of the
part in which he Is tormented with
the demon of di ink was remarkably
Tho other numbers of tho pio
grammc were given by mombeia of
the crew and were received with
bursts of applause, causing an on
coio in oyoiy case. Mr. W. Atkins
responded to an encore by hinging
tho Light Biigadei Mr. C. l'oultcr
sang "A Child Again" very effect
lively. This gentleman lias a fine
voice which only needs training to
make him a proficient singer. "01(1
Brown" a comiesong by A. Noakes,
kept the audience in a roar of laugh
ter, while my "Father is a barber,"
by Mr. W. bniilli, had the same ef
fect. Tho burning plains of India,
by W. Wecry, and "Ileie upon
guard I stand," by J. Murray, wcic
both well sung, the last terminating
Mr. T. II. Davies then announced
that refieshment would bo served,
to which he invited all picsent.
Many of tho audience availed them
selves of tho invitation, while otheis
retired, all expressing themselves in
tho most complimentary terms con
cerning tho entertainment and those
who kindly volunteered to make it
On MONDAY, January 30th,
At 10 o'clock a. m , at Ihe reddnnco of
J. S. Mattin, E-q, No. 218 King
Bticol, on nccouni of depmtute,
I will sell at Pu hi lo Auction
The Entlro Household Furnlturol
Carved Black Walnut Parlor Set, uphol
stered in plush,
Floor Carpet, Rugs,
Heavy Clack Walnut ttookcasc,
B. W. Cha'is,
B. W. Otfico Table, Stand Lamps, Vases,
Carved B. W. Bedroom Sots,
Woven Wire Mattrasscs, Mosquito Nets,
Pillows, Painted Bedroom Set,
1 Domestic Sewing Uachlno,
Upholstered Bed Lounge,
Black W. Extension Table !
Crockery & Glasswaro, 1 "Alaska" rtelri
gcralor, "Combination" Kitchen Tabic,
1 '-Gypsy Queen" Stove,
KITCHEN UTEHS1LS, BATH TUB, Etc.
ES1" Premises will be open for Inspnc
lion on Saturday, J.muarv 28th, fiom 10
o'clock a. m. to 3 p. :.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
. No. 05 FORT STBEET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Eslato, Fjro &. Lifo Insuranco
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exohango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accuiately kept and properly Adjusted.
Collections villi rere.vo spiclal attention Jind returns promptly undo.
Conveyanciiifj a Specialty. Records searclicl and coircct Abstracts of Tlilo
Lotjal Documents wid Papers of every description carefully drawn und hand.
somely engn sed.
Copying n,nd Translating In nil lnngtiai;cs in general uie in this Kingdom.
Heal Estate bought nnd sold. Tuxes pnld and Ptoperly sifely Insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices nnd Land loused and rented, nnd loots collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurnnco effected In llrstchi's Insurance Companies.
Custoni-House Business transacted wllh uccuracy nnd dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions fcollclicdfor Publishers.
Any Article purchased or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
ESP All Business entrusted lo our oaro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
For tho Ulnnd of Oahu.
Ofllec, ! : Gov't Uulldlr.g, Honolulu.
Hell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. SCO.
O. Hoi -ion
j. e. eeowN & go.,
Flro Proof Slonu Building,
42 Morchant Streot.
General Commission Merchants
Having hnd nn extensive business cxpcilcncu for OTer twcnty.fho j'pius iu
Now York City and elsewhere, we feci competent to attend to all busiuess of nn
intiieilc and complicated nntuic, or requiring tact nnd discretion, and rciettfully
11(11 Telephone No 274. llii-wuiinn BuhIuowk Agency.
Jan. 7.&8 ly
Telephone Hoth Companies 240.
J$f f Tfe ...... tf 4 4
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a- & ru y e
Valuable City Properly!
By older of A. .T. t'arlwrighl, Esq,, I
v ill sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, February 4tli,
At 12 o'clock noon,
THE PKBMIStS KNOWN AS
" THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on the cast torncr of IJcretania
nuil On den streets Having a frontage
onBcittiiii.i ftreet of 71 ll.3 in., and u.
frontage ou Garden stiect of 130 ft , and
containing U2G lathonis and !!2 feet.
THERE IS A
Large Dwelling Houses,
1 Coltage and out-Houses
ON THE I'llEMISES.
Premises weio fonnerly occupied "
by Captain BnncoeU.
For further particulars,
l O. Box 207.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS 1LGR0CERIES & PROVISIONS.
FHIISII GOODS from California mi K M. by each ulramcr or the O. S S. Co.
A COMl'I.KTK 1JXU OK - .
CROSSE &. BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GQdDS ALWAYS
jimr nncEivJCD k- ".iiuanma"
A FINE LOT OF '-HEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of W. Z. ' Taranalci Butter,"
' (IN KEUS.)
All or which wc offer to Ihu Public: at REASONABLE PUIOES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 PouurJ Pats !
By each anival from Nev Zealand SOMETHING TINE.
Gencial Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connertlng at lliNnn with the Azores
Through tickets, gi anted liom Honolulu
Meichimdifc Htorcd and sold on coin
mission. Consignments solicited.
JUST TO HAND,
3Ex SS.S. .Australia
Tropei tie leased, rented and sold.
Lcual doininctits iIhuu.
Books audited nnd adjusted.
Authored collector, Mr. A. Morofl.
Eeminjjton Typewriter Is the
tandard writing machine of tho
Fort Street Store.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
u E Ivl t H SI
White Bros.' Portland Cement
-lN QANT1TIES TO SUIT-'-
WILDER & CO.
All peicons are heicby forbid
den frcm excavating, digging
oi depositing rubbish iu the
streets of this district, without,
the written oidtr or ihc Road
H- P. IIEBBARD,
35 lm Komi, Oahu.
(Lincoln Block, King Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a Fjelcct Dining Roem
whue Poultry, ir de'sired, will bo servid
Ihue limes a day. This room has Clean
Tiiblo Linen, Silvei Plated Ware, New
China, civil and attentive waiters, and
tho Table is supplied with every deli.
cacy tho Mauau auoiu.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Chan and
Subitanliul Focd ot many varietiss.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
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JL Standard writing machine of tho
world. Il prints 70 chiiructi'ts. or with
ccrtidn of-mbination about 80 i h luclerp,
with tho operation of only 30 keys. Tho
machine is so t-implu that any one can
write wldi it, and its iiianlpulaiion h so
easily understood, that but llitlc piiic
tire n teciliired to enable the opualor lo
acquire facility in its use. Thn average
speed of Ihc pen is from 10 to 0
words per minute, and the average speed
ot the typo writtriifioin 40 to fcO woids
per minute. Time spent iu writinp;
with the pen is at least two thirds
Orders for Ihe above instrument may
be left Tvilli ihc undcicigncd at tho of
liec of W. G. Irwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention. Tho undersign.
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
full instructions as to tho use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIFFARD,
So'e Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Skatiiiff! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January 0th,
Even Fritlay Evening; !
For Ladies and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
L A EI HUE.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
.EJaiiil xix .Vttenlnxice.
THOSIAS ID. TTAXiL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
HOUSE nnd LOT, terms reasonable
inquire of T. W. Rawlins, Hawa
iian Soap Works.
IHlARlElS AHD HALF BARRELS !
Upon arrival of baih "LADY
For balo by
O. BK13WER & CO.
' 4S lw
Tho oyster opener's duty is on tho
A FINE family doublcscn.1 carriage
in good ordur, will bo fleied lor
sajc at thu auction loom cf .). F. Moiun,
on SATURDAY loou. A chance for u
bargain. 4'J St
KOOM TO L.ET.
A NICELY furidbhed looplng-rooin,
nleiisantlr louttcd wil'dn a fow
minutes Milk of tho
rpiIE quaitcrly und aniiuul meeting of
i thu Paclllc Hniihuun Company,
(Limited), will bo laid nt Ihilr ulllco on
MONDAY, January U0, 1888, at 10
o'clock A. M.
JAS. 1. SPENCER, Stci clary.
Honolulu, Jan. TJ, 1888, 40 Id
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrtlto in tho Daily Rullktin.
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
The umlenigncd respectfully notify
Ihe public, that they hae
(Next above tho Custom Hguecj
First Class Chop and Lunch Houso,
Where their patrons nie assured of re.
ceiving nothing but what is
Hist class In lood, cooking
t2T NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED "KB0
Uy strict attention to business nnd. an
eariust endeavor to plciec our pultons,
mo bolicit your patronage.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Stieet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
7C cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot, t
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Echwcppes. 33
HEW ZEALAND OATS
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ox MnripoBa, by
J. E, BWN & Co.
ALL accounts due Mrs. A. M. Mellis
of six months and aver, will be
placed in n Collectors bauds without
further notice if not raid by the 15th,
iiiht. MKS. A. M. M ELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emma street.
ISARKEIE &, McLEAX.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpiJK StocMioldriB of O,
JL Company. (L'd). will
1 any will
ncM, at 10
iniiual nu ciini: of tho Com.
bo huld at tho otllcu oil Queen
VYUDNLSDAY, February 1st,
) O Clock, A. M.
U, OAIJTKK. Soiotarv.
0. Uuwer & Company.
Honolulu. Feb. 10. 1863 40 2w
LfMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' lonu.i Poif, Madeiia aud Mtilaca,
for saiu iu kegn ai.d cants by
GONSALYEb & CO.,
01 Queen street.
JOB PRINTING of all kinds exc.
cutcd nt tho Daily Bulletin Oflico
28 Merchant Stieet.
ALL debts due West, Dow & Co. up
to December 31, 1887, not paid by
tho 10th February, 188s, will bo placed
In tho hands of a Collector, as the books
miiBt bo closed asaoon us possible.
U WlibT & CO.,
Successors to Wist, Dow tfc Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 2D, 1 Si. 49 lm
AT tho annual nuetiug of the United
Ckineto Sockly held on tho Olh
inst., tho following officers wero duly
C. Alee President
Coo Kim Vice PrcMdent
Lam Fai ...Treasurer
Tonj; Phong '. . Focrctary
Ng Chan Abs'I Treasurer
Tarn Wah Hiu Ass't Secretary
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
CUSTOMERS who havo on hand any
of otir Unities or Cases, would
greatly oblige by sending word to tho
Depot. 28 Merchant street, and they will
nt once bo callid for.
Our Mottles aro all crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOUK8" blown ihrrcon.
Hell Telephone 17a.
Mutual Telephone SCO.
43 tf J. E. UHUWN & CO.
CtLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will bo gratJully recelv.
til for tho ubo of thu imitates of Iho
Uraucli Hospital for I.ipeis at Kakuako,
or at the Leper Sittlinent on Molokui,
If loft with J. T. Watcrhouso, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
JL Daily Hulled
W cla per month..
AT tho adjourned antinal meeting of
the siockhnjderb of the Koliala
Sugar Company, held on the 20th inst.,
tho following officers were elected for
the ensuing year.
S. C. Allen President.
Hon. J. Moti Smith. Ylco-Prcbldent.
Hon. 8. N. Castle, Treasurer.
Hon. J. B, Atherlon,. . . . ..ocrctary.
J. Ii. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, Jnu. 21,1688 45 lw
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less tf 100 per month.
For paitlculars apply at
RYAN'S BOAT BUnaDINQ
SHOP. Hear of Lucas- Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J-l rooms, No. 4 Uaiden Lane, the
second door from Union street
on the premises.
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