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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchango ou tho
BaulE ol Culil'oruin, te. IF.
And their ngeuts in
NEW VORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. M. llollischilrl & Bont London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial llauk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Ghrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Coluinbin, Vic
toria, B. 0., and 1'ortlnnd, Or.
Transact General Banking Business
rr ii is
Pledged io neither Sect tior Party,
But established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
DOM'., .T., VRESlDIXR.
Tukshay, April 21.
The Court opened at 9 :30 o'clock,
a. m., when the case of the King vs.
W. S. Luce was called. About fit)
minutes were occupied in empanel
ing a jury. Tlie following gentle
men finally constituted the jury:
K. J. l.illiu, v.. ,1. bpauulmg,
II. McLean, W. Lantz, A.
Wilder .Tun., 1 Opfergcit, T
Moore, K. "W. l'odniorc,
Ephraim, Jas. Nott, J
and F. W. Wood.
The Attorney-General, assisted
by his deputy, prosecuted. Messrs.
Ilartwell, llatch, Whiting, and
Creighton were counsel for the de
fence. Mr. Ilartwell moved that the
prosecution elect upon which count
of the indictment they piosccutc.
He contended that there were three
separate and distinct charges of
The Attorney-General stated that
thcic were not three conspiracies
charged, but only one.
The motion was overruled and ex
The first witness called by the
prosecution was Mr. AY. It. Castle,
who testified: lam a member of the
Legislature. I had something to do
with the investigation of Custom
House affairs. I was one of a com
mittee to inquire into the withdraw
als of liquors from the Custom
House without the payment of du
ties. I went to Mr. Luce to learn
what I could about goods charged
against the Portuguese Consul, Sen
hor Canavarro, ami drawn from the
Custom House. (Exhibit A, which
was an order filled out by Luce, was
shown to Castle, and he said that he
went to Mr. Luce about this order.)
He (Luce) informed him that the
order was handed to me in that
shape. I had a piece of paper, a
copy of this order, that indicated
what it was. Luce said the paper
was handed to him by Captain Ha
ley with the erasure on the back. 1
asked him who filled in the order.
He said he did, and showed me a
stub. I asked him who received
credit for this, and he said Capt.
Hayley. I understood him to saj
that the Portuguse Consul had no
account with him at that time.
There was some other conversation.
This occurred at Mr. Luce's place
of business. We were alone. He
came to the front part of the store
nud showed me .tho stub. There
was a gentleman there. There was
no one there that I knew. He said
it was customary to have orders
drawn in that way. I think there
was other conversation about this
matter. I don't remember what was
said about the disposition of the
liquor, but 1 know what my impres
sion was. I think it was said that
the liquor was not delivered to
Capt. Haley, or the Portuguese
Consul, but I don't think those were
just tho words.
Cross examined : I was chairman
of tho committee to investigate with
drawals from the Custom House. I
found a large amount of withdraw
als, about S'10,000 was withdrawn
from 1st October 1885, to 1st Oct.
1887. Mr. Canavarro withdrew
about 1,200 liquor in that time. I
am not sure whether it is 1,200 or
$2,000. I followed up his with
drawals to a certain extent. We
had this talk in November last year,
about the middle of tltc mouth.
Tho Attorney-General asked if in
foliow'mg up these withdrawals, did
you find any withdrawal credited to
a third party as in this instance?
I did not. So far as I examined
I did not find any, but did not go
into a careful examination.
Mr. Thurston testified : I am Min
ister of Interior. Know tho defend
ant. I am awaro of tho nature of
this prosecution. I have had con
versation with defendant in regaul
to the matter of this prosecution in
my office early in March, in tho pre
sence of Ilartwell, Whiting and
On the 1st of March I read an ap
plication fiom Mr. Luce foraic
newal of his licence. 1 received a
letter from the Attorney-General
against granting tho licence. 1 then
sent Mr. Luco'a letter, tho sub
stance of which was that the licences
could not he granted as at an inves
tigation by n committee from tho
legislature, certain frauds in' getting
liquors from the Custom House
wero attributed to him, and the
Government had determined not to
grant any more licences io anybody
ogahiBt whom it could be proved
that they were in any way impli
cated in obtaining goods from tho
Custom House without payment of
duties. On tho Orel of March 1 re
ceived a letter from Mr. Lucc,which
in (substance was a demand to bo
heard in defence of this alleged vio
lation of Customs, in the presence
of Ins counsel and of the Attorney
General. In reply to that letter 1
vci bally said that I would have
an interview. The interview lasted
about one hour and n half, and the
question was gone over and over
again, more particularly in regard
to the withdrawal on this order from
Mr. Canavarro. A number of ques
tions were asked by myself and the
Attorney-General. lie said that
Haley had a liquor account with
him, and Canavarro had not. Ha
ley told Luce that he would bring
an order from Canavarro for liquors,
the duties on which would amount
to 500. Luce approved of tho
proposition. Haley did bring such
an order, and stated that it was for
tho amount of S500. Hut it did
not so state on tho order. The
order was in blank and was filled
by Mr. Luce with such liquor as lie
chose. Mr. Luce filled it out for
over $500. Ho then presented the
order he had filled out (hat had
been signed in blank by Mr. Cana
varro, and drew the liquor from the
Custom House, but the liquors K
drawn were uot delivered to Haley
or Canavarro. lie then placed S.'IOO
to the credit of Haley and credited
the balance of the order to Cana
varro, although lie (Canavarro), had
no account. lie (Luce) explained
that the reason that he placed this
amount to Canavarro's account was,
that liquor had been sent to the Ha
waiian Hotel Stables for Canavarro
by order of Capt. Haley, but never
had any account with Canavarro.
Luce said he did not see any eras
ure on this order. He did not see
a limitation ou the order to one cask
of wine. If he had seen that the
limitation was for one cask of wine,
lie would not have filled in the order
as lie did. He disclaimed any
wrong intentions.. He believed
what Halcv told him, that Cana-
vairo had authorised Haley to liavc
the order filled in for $500.
but he had no other proof
than Hale's word. Haley was an
intelligence olllcer in the Hawaiian
Army. He lived hero some years.
The object of withdrawal was as I
uetorc stated. Mr. Luce liau an
account against Haley and Haley
was to produce this order from Cana
vario, and the amount would be
credited. Mr. Luce did not state
the amount of Haley's account at
Cross Examined : Mr. Canavarro
said to Luce that he was very much
surprised that Haley had done buch
a thing. If Haley had askod him
for an order he would willingly have
given him one for $200 or $;S00.
1 can't say what the attorney said
about Canavarrow being brought as
a witness. There was a great deal
of conversation on the matter. There
was a question raised whether or not
he could be made to testify. I
think that Mr. Canvarro was wanted
by the Attomesy for Mr. Luce.
The question was discussed on the
charge of perjury. I don't remem
ber any other charge. The main
question was in regard to the re
newal of license, and a speedy trial
of the case.
Luce said he could not recollect
.that there was any erasure on the
order. lie stated that at the date
oi thai orucr lie thought there was
an account, but that he could not
tell without referring to his books,
whether anything was due or not by
Mr. Luce stated that he had a
running account with Haley; that
Haley proposed to him to obtain an
order lrom Canavarro for liquors
upon which duties were to be re
mitted. He could not toll whether
there was a credit to Haley, and
that this was a further credit, unless
he referred to his books.
Recess until 1 :80 i m.
On resuming at 1:.'J0 v. m., the
Attorney-General read a copy of
notice to defendant to produce his
books of account, and asked if the
books were produced accordingly.
Mr. Ilartwell said they were not,
and would not be, and quoted the
law under which thev were with
held. Tho Attorney-General was sworn,
and testified in regard to tho inter
view in the office of Mr. Thurston.
It was on the 5th of March, I was
called into the office of tho Minister
of Inlet ior and there mot the defen
dant with his counsel. Tho subject
of Mr. Luce's license came up, and
the first point discussed was tho fact
that I lodged a formal protest
against tho issuance of license to
Thcro was an intimation in tho
letter to Mr. Luce, that ho was
guilty of forgery, in altering tho
Canurarro order. Tho objection of
myself and Minister of Interior was
on tho ground of forgery, and not
conspiracy. We did not have tho
original order, but I had a copy.
Tho interview lasted from 11 to
12 :!i0 o'clock, and tho matter was
dibcussed by all of us. Mr. Luco
wished my objection to his licence
removed, as being unfounded, Ho
also stated that he was guilty of no
wrong, no crime. He btated volun
tarily without any threats on the
part of cither of us, that Haley had
a running account with him in 1887.
My recollection is that Mr. Luco
stated that Mr. Haley was indebted
to him, but he was not sure of the
amount, until he examined the
books. Mr. Luce staled that as
Haley had an account with him, that
ho (Haley) should gel an order
from Canavarro on the Custom
House, for the withdrawal of liquor.
He proposed that Haley should bring
an order from Canavarro for $500,
and the examination brought out
this explanation, that Haley should
secure Canavarro's signature to an
order, and that he (mr. Luce;
should fill in the order for liquor,
the duties on which should he $500,
and having so filled the order present
the same to the Custom House and
draw the liquors without payment of
duty ; to use Canavnrros's name to
obtain a remission of duties, and a
portion of tho duties so remitted
should be cicdited to Mr. Haley.
It was not made entirely clear to
me what amount should be credited
to Haley at that lime. Mr. Luce
stated that in accordance with that
agreement, he gave Haley a blank
form, and that llaloy some time
afterward, returned the form to him
with Canavano's indoiscnicnt on it.
Mr. Luce was not positive whether
it was that same day or the next that
it was handed to him. After Haley
brought the paper back, Mr. Luco
filled it in with the list of liquors
and signed it with his name. I don't
recollect who presented the order
at the Custom House, .but Mr.
Luce stated that he drew the liquors
on it. The duties on the liquors
so drawn were $501.15. The dis
parity between $500 and$50l. lf was
caused by the class of liquors. The
order was filled in as near 'as possi
ble to make $500 duties. Having
secured these liquors he cicdited the
account of Haley with a certain
amount and credited the balance to
Canavarro. Mr. Luce would not
be positive as to the amount of those
respective cicdits but after some de
liberation he settled upon S530O to
Ilalej' and $200 to Canavarro. He
was not sure but thought those were
the amounts. L examined him at
some length in regard to Haley's
indebtedness, and mv recollection is
distinct that he slated that Haley
was then indebted to him, but to
what amount he would uot under
take to say without referring to his
books. I put it to him several ways
and he was not sure how the balance
was without leferencc to books, lie
stated that he had no account with
Canavarro, but had sent liquor sev
eial times to the Hawaiian Stables
for Canavairo, but he charged the
liquors to Haley, as Haley had or
dered them. He said Unit he had
no knowledge of Canavarro receiving
that liquor ; only what Haley told
Mr. Luce did not explain why ho
credited Canavarro with this amount,
although pressed to do so. lie
stated that that credit was still
standing on the books, although he
had had no dealings with Canavarro
before or since. He stated that the
amount was not in the ledger, but
was kept in some peculiar way, which
I did not understand.
The interview became quite warm,
and I asked him if he was using
Canavano's name to pay Jack
Haley's whiskey bills.
I do not recollect that ho said yes,
but he did not deny it. He did
assent that he avoided the payment
of duties, which had been credited
to Haley to pay his liquor bill. He
stated distinctly, that what was
drawn went into the general stock of
his store, and that no portion of it
went to Mr. Canavarro, and no por
tion went to Haley, on that trans
action at least. It went into his
stock, and customers purchased it.
He concluded thai at the time of the
withdrawal of the liquor ho did not
suppose that any portion of the
liquor was for Mr. Canavano's use.
He stated that such a course was
customary. He had done the same
thing when with Macfarhiue. I
think he used the expression "Wo
all do it." He said that he defend
ed upon Haley, and believed lie was
telling the truth, and stated that he
would not have taken the part he
did, had he known Mr. Canavarro
did not know what was being done.
Ho stated that he saw Mr. Cana
varro's signature, but did not sec
any erasure, nor any limitation on
the order. We claim that the ori
ginal order called for "1 cask, 27
gallons of wine, for my use," the
words "27 gallons of wine" were
cnased, but "for my use" remained.
Ho stated with home iwirmUi that ho
did not see the erasure, and that he
had no knowledge of the endorse
ment being changed. The interview
was long. Tho counbcl mado argu
ments here and there, and I havo
quoted Mr. Luce's exact words.
There were a good many epithets
bandied about. I believe 1 have
stated all of any consequenco that
happened at that interview. There
was conversation to tho effect that
ho made nothing from it. I asked him
if ho did not secured the ready sale
of $500 worth of liquor, and ho said
yes. I asked him if ho did not secure
tho payment of a whiskoy bill from
a dead beat, and ho said ho did not
know that Haley was a dead beat.
He said that ho did not know that
Haley was generally in debt, or that
there was difficulty in collecting hills
from him. I will stato that it was
expressed by Mr. Luce, and his
counsel, that ho (Luco) bo brought
to a speedy trial for perjury, and
they were 'assured that they should
have as speedy a trial as wo could
give them. They desired that Cana
varro's testimony ho procured, lint
I said that wo could not obtain it as
it was the rules of tho Portugucso
diplomatic service for their repre
sentatives not to testify in a foreign
Court of justice, but Canavairo had
applied to his Government for per
missions to do so, and hoped to re
ceive il soon. I objected to having
his testimony taken at his house, as
it was unconstitutional.
Cross Examined : 1 think the in
terview began about 11 o'clock.
My first intimation of it was, when
tho Minister of Interior notified mo.
I don't think it was 1 1 :80. I don't
think that the counsel for Mr. Luce
used any epithets or warm language.
I w-yi admit frankly that 1 used
choice language. Mr. Luce stated
that the profits went to pay bills.
I characterised Mr. Haley pretty
strongly. 1 believe Mr. llatch op
posed the idea of hjs being a scala
wag, etc., by stating that he moved
in good circles. I recollect Mr.
Luce said, that of Capt. Haley was
that kind of a man, he did not know
it. I used the expression a "man
of his reputation." I did not think
he knew enough to be a British
olllcer. It takes a man to be a
Uritish officer. I will explain my
position witli Mr. Luce. Mr. Luco
secured the possession of a vacant
lot between the office of my brother
nud myself and the entrance to Mr.
Cimha's which perhaps solnc pres
ent in Court may know and built
on it. I had a law suit with hiin
about the building, and I lost the
case. I represented to the Minister
of Interior the injustice of allowing
the building to remain and shut out
tho light from my olllcc, which was
also rented from the Government.
I. Q. Tewksbury, sworn, and tes
tified : I am an officer of the Cus
toms, am store keeper of the Bonded
warehouse, have been there 5j
years. I was in that office during the
months of Jan. and Feb. last. My
duties are to receive goods and de
liver them upon orders. I have
liquors under my charge, consider
able quantities at times. If a dealer
wishes to withdraw liquor ho comes
to me. I collect the duties. I know
Mr. Luce. He is a wholesale spirit
merchant in Honolulu. ' He has
drawn spirits from the Custom
House, (shown an order for liquor).
Have seen this before ; it is an order
for drawing liquors from bond. It is
in Mr. Luce's writing. On the 1st
day of February 1887 I saw this
order in my office at the bonded
warehouse. I don't know who
(Continued oirpage 3.)
MJ3MBEHS of the abovo Company
are hereby ordered to assemble
This Kvciiiiiu, ar 7:'.H) Mlinrp,
At their hall, to atttend a drill practice.
2G It Acting Foreman.
Notice to Odd Fellows,
THE joint Committee of Excelsior
Lodge No. 1 and Harmony Ledge
No. a, I. O. O. F., invite all Odd'Fellows
to n Literary Hntuitainmcnt and Social
in celebration of the Hixly-ninih Anni.
vorsary of tho Order to be held at llur.
moiiy Hall. King sticet, on TI1UHS
DAY EVENING, April 20, 1S8S. Lite.
rnry Exercises at 8 o'clock. Dancing
at U:30 o'clock. 20 2t
1TUATION as StoieUeepcr, by the
late purser of the "Thomas Bell."
Address 'U. CORNER," ship "Thomas
Bell." 20 at
Brills! Bmmtol Society,
AMUSIOAL and Literary Enteitain.
m en t will take place
On Saturday Evening,
At tho Koyul Hawaiian Theatre, in aid
of tho funds of the British Benevolent
Society, under distinguished nuspices.
13" Tho programme will bo pub
lished to morrow. 20 It
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
Attorney sxv. 3La"vv.
Olllcc, : No. 0 Kiiuhuintinu street,
lias just received ex.Australia a very
haudsomo assortment of all Hie
In tho Millinery JLinc, such as
Hats, idiom, Feathers,
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, n 31 04l Excellent Atboitnient of
3? Xj XJ 3MC 3E fS
09 Direct from Europe, lia
rpH E DAI LY BU LLETI N is a livo
JL eveniug paper. 00 cents per mo ntli
I JKrf'l:Wfi!S m
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Loyey.
On THURSDAY, Mny
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At the residence of Mr. Henry Hcrgcr,
facing tho Recreation Grounds, Jlnklkl,
1 will sell ut Public Auction, tho whole
of his Houfclioiri Furniluro and cffccli,
consisting of hi part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
3 lixtia Larco Brussels Center Rugs,
Small ltuys. fiasv Chair,", 1 II. W. Bed
room But, 1 nearly now Handsome B. W.
Miirbli-.tot Bedroom Set, with Spring
Mnliri'Si, Slnglu Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Spring Mattresses, Bed Lounge, lios.
qulto Noli, 1 Ii. W. Extension Dining
Table, Koa Sideboard, Writing Tabtc,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Vcrifnda Easy Chairs. Chandeliers and
Lamps, 4 lnrgu Oil Paintings, Kefrlgc
rnlor, 3Icnt Safe, Churn, Ico Crcum
Freezer, Crockery AOIntSttaie, Matting
& Oil Cloth, No. 1 Winthrop Ranno and
Utensils, Garden Tools and lln.oatid
lot of Firewood, etc., Lit., etc., die.
And if not disposed of previous in Silc,
1 Family Carrlngo, Set Harness and
1 Gentle Pony whh Saddle & Bridle
siiitablu for a boy. Also, a choico lot
N. B. Free Bui will t-t-it t horn tho
corner of Fort and Berolanlii slieets, ut
0:80 A. M. sharp, for convenience of
parties attending the Sale.
M2W1S J. LEVEY,
10 14t Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, May 12th, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Salesroom, corner of Queen nnd
Fort f-trects, I will sell ut
A Quantity of New Fnriiitm'G
Office Writing Desks I
Side Boauls. Book Oases,
Meat Safes, Tables,
1, R, &c.
iimm v in i nil i
1 M11UIUUI, W.U.,
Being tho Goods of Choy Tin, and
seized by T. K. Foster uuder
a distress of rent.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club,
Races io Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
ItUNNING HACK 1
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
ItUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of tho Jockey Clnb.
Cnp to becomo tho propertj' of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING RACE-For Hawaiian
bred horses only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 In a.
4th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for nil.
Glh KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best :i in 0. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :!50 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Open to all :i-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7th-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Fi eo for all. Winner to-beat the ro
eoid of ''Angle A," 1 :45i. To bo
rim for annually.
RUNNING RACE-4 3lllo Heats,
bebt 2 In 'A. Hawaiian bred hordes.
Cup to become the propeity of tho
winner two consecutive years.
9th JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swkkvstakes TROTTING and
RACING lUOE-Jlllo Heats, best
2 In :i. Freo for all lioises that
huvu not a lecord of 3 minutes or
better to bo driven In Frazicr local
carts by members of tho Club.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian hied horses only.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to nil ponies 14-hands or
under, and U-ypar old or over.
NOTIOB is hereby given that 31nn
Chip holds full power of uttornoy
to act in all hiulneiis transactions of tho
Arm of Wing Ou Wo & Co., and Is an.
thoi ized also to sign sajd llrm name by
AVINO ON AVO & CO.,
by U. Cheung l'lng.
Honolulu, April 15,' 1888, 2j 2w
nnHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
JL Daily Bulletin CO cts per month.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION NAM! OV
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the icsidcnce of Mr. V. Slcccmann,
Kluau street, adjoining thu resilience! of
lion. V. 11. Castle, I will sell at Public
Auctiou, (on account of departure),
The Entire Housch'd Furniture,
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Ferns is Decorated Flower Pots,
Vienna Knsy Chain, Vienna Sofa,
I Carved B.W. Marblotop C. Table
1 Carpet Mush Patent Rocker,
Lirge Vol vet Center it Sofn Hugs,
One UXMtXCS-Il'X1 PIANO,
(L. Neufcld, Bt'illn, maker;,
Draw in groom Curtains & Pole,
1 Corner Whatnot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Dosk,
Pendant limiting J amps. Fancy
Camp Stools, Engravings & Pictuits,
Carved B. W. Marblotop Bedroom Sot,
M.itiatbcs, Mosquito Net, I French
Walnut Wanliolic, 1 Mlack Walnut
Wardrobe, 1 Elegwit Ii. W. Maihle.
lop Sldeboatd, I ttluek Walnut Ex.
tension Table, Dimng.ioom Chulrs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Hefrigeialor, 1 Uncle Sam lUnge,
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 Calilornia Carriage Horse,
1 Black Marc, broken to Saddle- & Harness,
1 Top Buggy,
Sot ol Harness, Saddlo, Etc., Etc., Etc.
EST1 Premises open for inspection on
TUESDAY. Alay 1st, from !) o'clock
A. M. 10 11 1'. M.
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
74 King st
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering &
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. C. ACBI.
Honolulu, April 21, 188S. 93 tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notlco that
they have been appointed ASsicnees
of Brown & Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All persons having any claims'ngainsl
the said Arm whether scoured by mort
gage or otherwise, are notified to pre
tei)t the same to the Assignees, within
thiee months from April 23rd instant.
All persons indebted to Slcssre. Brown
& Co are requested to make immediate
payment to Brown & Co. or the
A. J. OARTWRIGnT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 31, 18S8. 23 lm
THE undesigned having been this
day appointed Assignee of the
Estate of S. Decker, of Wniluku, Maui,
n bankrupt, by the Hon. R. F. Bicker,
ton, Justice of the Supreme Court, nil
persons indebted to the said bankrupt
estato arc hereby notified to pay the
amounts duo by them, immediately to
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of the Estate, of S. Decker,
Honolulu, April 24, 1889. 25 !
nPHE undersigned having been on the
JL 18th day of April, duly nppnlnied
Asslguco of tho Estate of (!h"y Tin, of
Honolulu, n bankrupt, by tho Hon. It. F.
Bickcrion, Justico of the Supreme Court,
all porsons are hereby notified io piy to
the undersigned any amounts duo to tho
said bankrupt and to make immediate
payment of tho same.
V. C. PARKE,
Assignee of the Estato of Choy Tin.
Honolulu, April It), 1888. 21 fit
GEORGE WASHINGTON will lump
any pallor, or bona.flde working,
man In tho harbor of Honolulu, One
standing jumps; 2 quick jumps; 3 quick
jumps; 1 hour go-as-you-please; 1 railo
pull In u shore boat tho winner to take
three out of Ave contests for $00. Any
fair rcferco will bo taken. Answer this
soon, us my time in tho navy has ex.
pircd. First come first served. Apply
on board to "Geo. Washington," U. 8. b.
Adjins. 20 lw
A MEETING of tho stockholders of
tho Mutual Telephone Company
will be held at tho Company's building
on WEDNESDAY, April 2(Hb, at 2 v, u,
0. O. JiEItGER,
15 td Secretary.
Of Whh XrimolHco.
Samplo packages of (he following Mftals
may ho had of Gonsalvrs &. Co,
fioe of ohnrgo:
Grerinea, Eye Meal,
Grnutiliitcil Oat Jlonl,
Soil-raising Pearled Corn Meal,
" ' " Buckwheat Flour,
" ' Breakfast Cako Moal,
" " Croarn Graham Flour,
" Breakfast Whoat,
Cream Flake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del IoUg Family Floor.
SALVES & CO..
fciiuon Street. lw
Wliite Bros.' Port Cut.
Coal Tar, sticQoii Tar,
F. "V. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
jb'oit ham: by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The now and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due til Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
May 6, I 888.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
mails and passengers on or about that
(Or flCicht Or IinRsacrp. Iiavinn- SIT.
PE1UOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WH. G. IBWIN & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine Al Bteel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sau
Francisco on or about
Rtiay IOf 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch- with
mails and passengeis for tho above ports.
For freight or passage, having 8TJ.
PERIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
to i ii J
37 WM. G. IBWIN & CO., Agents.
New York Line.
Al vessel will be despatched
mis iam) lor Honolulu, to leavo
Now "Xoik in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Rubbish! Rubbish! Rubbish!
rpilE undersigned having been in tho
X. business for tho past 15 mouths,
and now being appointed by tho Board
of Health as Rubbish Collootor. I
henby wish to thank the publio tor
Iheru libiral patronage, hoping aeon,
linuaucu l tho same with a more ex
tended list of customer. I shall as
herctofoiu have my rubbish carts go on
tuuh 8tiert where required three times
each week, except in very rainy weather
then two times each week. After this
mouth each cuit will carry a bell to
anuouneo its appeal auce on the street,
that no one will huvo an excuse for not
setting out their dlit.
OtirPrlcca as heretofore; Ordinary
House Rubbish nnd Yard Sweepings,
CO cents, 70 cents unit 1.00 per month,
if put in containers.
Tho above pi ices arranged according
to tho amount of rubbisii taken away.
Trco Trimmings and Uor3e Litter
will bo charged extra.
Horses Uullocks, Hogs nnd Dogs will
be buried at reasonable rates.
N. F. BUKGEBS.
P. S. Anyono knowing of ono who
is required to have thelc rubbish re.
moved, who Is not able to pay the tax,
if tho party or parties will lot mo know
I will do tlicir carting free of charge.
SO lm N. F. R.