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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Exchango on tho
Buulc ol Cnlllbruln, S. 3T.
And tliolr agents in
NEWYOItK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sou, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Batik Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hunk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, mid Wellington,
The Unnk of BrltlMi Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business
Perftrecl to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of nil.
FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1S88.
NEWSPAPERS AND LAWYERS
In Harper's Monthly for April,
George William Curtis lias some
sensible remarks on recent denun
ciations of the press by some New
York lawers. He says ;
"The press is the greatest public
power in the country. It is practi
cally responsible only to itself, that
is to slay, to its view of its own in
terests. Undoubtedly it depends
upon public opinion, but it is the
most powerful agent in moulding
public opinion. In its comments
upon trials and judicial decisions
the newspaper sometimes abuses its
opportunity and its power. But
the abuses and wrongs in the ad
ministration of law which it pre
vents are infinitely greater than
those of which it is guilty. The
assumption that bar and bench are
moved by the spirit of Hooker's
familiar passage celebrating Law,
"Her seat is in tho bosom of God,
her voice the saving of the world"
"is magnificent, but it is not war."
It would be delightful as chaff at
the dinner of the Grand Jury, and
it is even more enlivening as grave
discourse before the assembled bar.
The orator has described in glowing
words the wrongs sometimes com
mitted by the press ; but he seems
not to have considered the
wrongs which its fore criticism anil
What the press did
in the Sharp trial was to keep clear-
-lj-vciirn- mi. jiiiiinTiif nclim! forts,
and to insist that a man undcniablj'
guilty should not go unwhipped of
justice by any trick or mere techni
cality of the law. The forms of law
must bo carefully observed, and
judges arc not to be denounced for
observing them. But when strict
observance of them tends to a plain
miscarriage of justice, it is high
time to revise the forms. The
course of the press fixed this truth
in the public mind. It was only
insisting that a guilty man should
not escape by stretching the form of
When a rich man went to his law
yer and asked whether lie could
take a certain course, his lawyer re
plied that undoubtedly ho could
take it, but that it would land him
in the State prison. "Exactly,"
returned the man j "now I want to
know, how near I can come to it,
and keep out." And tho lawyer
told him and charged accordingly.
The revelations of the last four years
have demonstrated that it is very
profitable for lawyers to show knaves
how much crime they can commit
without going toj prison. It is
an immense offence, an abuke of
the profession of law much more
monstrous and anarchical than any
misconduct which can bo truthfully
charged upon the press.
Tho course of tho press in tho
Sharp caso was undoubtedly a great
public service. It disclosed abuses
in the legal profession which will be
less frequent hereafter. It taught
lawyers that there is another ac
count, besides their bank account,
which must be considered in the
practice of their profession. It
taught men, who believe that they
can buy legislation and lawyers and
juries, that there is a press which
cannot be bought, and which will
turn the light of publio contempt
upon tho names and characters of
briber and bribed. A great orator
said scornfully of a great lawyer,
that thieves inquired of his health
before they began to steal. It was
a terrible arraignment, because it
implied moral recreancy to
ono of the most sacred of
trusis, a recreancy to which even
tho ablest and most honorable
advocate may bo craftily solicited.
A hlgh-jnindeil lawyer might wisely
remind Ms brethren of the abuses
of tho legal profession which occa
sion what may seem to him the
abuses of the newspapers. The
time lias come, not to denounce the
press, but to scrutinize the profes
sion. AN APPEAL TO CHARITY.
An appeal is being made to the
public to assist in the cause of char
ity. It comes from tho British Bene
volent Society. An unusual and
long-continued drain on the re
sources of this organization has
pretty well exhausted its funds. And
still tho demand continues. Hence
The Society is not soliciting direct
donations, but has arranged for an
entcitainment at the Opera House
to-morrow evening, to which an ad
mission fee of one dollar will be
charged. The proceeds of this en
tertainment will go to the funds of
the society, to be devoted to the re
quirements of the needy who arc
dependent on its aid. Thus, every
one who purchases a ticket of ad
mission to the entertainment is con
tributing to the cause of charity.
Non only so, but we feel sure that
the evening's pleasure of itself will
be an adequate return for the price
charged. Several ladies and gentle
men have kindly volunteered their
services, sonic of whom arc well
known and whose previous perform
ances have won popular favor.
Others, whose capabilities justify
high expectations, will appear on
this occasion for the first time be
fore a Honolulu audience. Promi
nent on the list is the name of Sir
William Wiseman. Wc hope to see
a full house.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
TiiuitsoAT, April 2G.
The Court resumed at 1 o'clock
i m., in the case of the King vs.
G. W. Macfarlane, conspiracy. The
Attorney-General, assisted by Mr.
Peterson, for the Crown. Messrs.
Neumann, Hatch and Rosa for the
Considerable time was occupied
in empaneling a jury. The gentle
men who had served on the jury
in the previous case, the King vs.
W. S. Luce, were all excused.
Talesmen had to be called to make
nanel comnlctc. Ultimatelv
"c jury was cuusuuuuu us iuuuws;
"l'l'.' " - -
I A 1,111,., II. "iRl - -.kw, Ai.
Kciuiuiij , J. vr. Bittweii, A. lUoroir,
AV. Rowland, and AV. Wright
Mr. Hatch made a general excep
tion to the juiy, as being irregu
larly empaneled. Overruled.
The Attorney-General presented
the case to the jury.
Mr. Hatch moved that the Attorney-General
elect upon which count
of the indictment he conduct the
The Court overruled the motion,
and exceptions were noted.
Mr. Tewkesbury was called for the
prosecution. Being sworn said :
1 am store keeper of the Bonded
warehouse. My duty is to receive
goods in bond and to determine and
collect the duties thereon. The
liquors arc in my charge. The deal
er draws the orders, comes to me, and
I deliver the goods thereon. "When
orders are presented duties are
paid in cash, or a bond is given.
Other orders drawn by His Majesty
or the diplomatic corps for goods
pay no duties. (A paper was shown
him). I have seen this paper be
fore. It is an order on the Bonded
warehouse. I know the signature.
It is by Mr. Lishman. He is em
ployed by Messrs. G. AV. Macfar
lane & Co. lie attends to that kind
of work for that firm. I don't know
when I first saw it. It passed into
my books on Sept. 10, 188G, and
probably it was two or three days
before that. It was presented for
the withdrawal of the list of spirits
therein itemised. They were de
livered by my order. (Shown a
paper). This is a Government
blank for the withdrawal of goods,
or what 1 call n voucher. The body
of the order is filled in by Mr. Lish
man, The red figures are mine,
and signify the duties leviable there
on. The duties leviable on that or
der is 1,500.07. The duties were
not paid, because the order bear3
the endorsement of Col. Jaukca, II.
M. Chamberlain, (Exhibit IJ was
then shown). This is tho same, an
order by Mr. Lisliinan. I saw it tho
first time about Dec. 2d. It was
presented to mo at my olllco at tho
llonded warehouse, for the purposo
of drawing goods from the Cublom
House. They were drawn by G. AV.
Macfarlane & Co. Tho amount of
duties were 1,719.35. The duties
wcro not paid because the order
boro tho endorsement of His Ma
jesty. The Attorney-General then wished
to present Exhibit C.
Mr. Neumann objects, as it was
not an order from G. W. Macfar
lane & Co.
Tho Court thought it proper to
put it in evidence.
The paper was then shown wit
ness, and ho said it was .an order
from tho house of Macfarlane & Co.
Tho duty on tho goods called for in
that order amounted to 1,509. 9
were paid. Tho balanco was not
paid as there was an endorsement
on it by II. M. Chamberlain for
$1,C00. The red inkfigurcs arcpiob
ably mine, but the month and year
were filled in when presented. The
coods In that last order were deliver
ed. The duties on thoso goods have
not been paid to me. Tho goods
belonged to Macfarlane & Co., nud
G. AV. Macfarlane & Co. They
were imported goods.
Cross examined: llietc were
other orders from other people pre
sented to me. The endorsement
of His Majesty or of members of the
diplomatic corps is as good to mo as
cash. Tho custom prevailed long
before my time, of taking goods
from bond in this way. There were
other instances beside those to
which I have tcslitled. Goods for a
lighthouse were taken out without
paying duties, also a sido walk. If
it had been for a private individual,
duties would have been paid. Jl
have known Mr. Macfarlane ten
years or so.
Mr. Macfarlane has not within
the last two years come to mo or
made any representations of any
kind to obtain any merchandise,
lie had no dealings with the Cus
tom House so far as I know.
(Shown exhibit.) Explained that
the word "consumption" meant that
the goods were to stay in the coun
try, and not to be transhipped.
Those goods must have been deliv
ered from 1 to ; days previous, to
the date. Three days ntrtlio out
side would elapse from the ' receipt
of the order to delivery of goods.
Charged the order on my boooks on
that date, and changed date on the
order to correspond with my entry.
There were no representation made
to me at all. The order was pre
sented, and I delivered the goods.
I was present at tho preliminary
trial. I have not learned since
then that tho documents arc cither
spurious or false. There have been
similar orders to these presented at
the Custom House for the rebate of
duties. There were a great many.
By the Court: You mean that
goods have been drawn on similar
Court adjourned at 5 o'clock.
FitiUAV, April 27th.
The Court opened at !):30 a. si.,
when the trial of the case of the King
vs. G. V. Macfarlane was resumed.
Col. Austin was sworn and testi
fied: I am Minister of Foreign
Affairs since the 28th December.
Know the defendant. Saw him on
the 12lh of January last in the ofllcc
of the Minister of Finance. The
four Cabinet Ministers were present.
Continued on next page.
WISHES a position as Ladies' Nurse,
ur will act us Cinmnnnion 1,0 -in
invalid lady going to San Francisco.
Apply to Bni.LKTijr OJllce.
MEX to empty schooners
ot " PJIUiADHLrmA
Saloon, Fort street.
SITUATION as Storekeeper,
nnrsiT of the "Thomas Bell."
Addiess '-G. CORNER," fchip "Thomas
Bell." 20 at
A MUSICAL and literary Entertain,
ment will talce place
On Saturday Evening,
At the Royal Hawaiian Thcatie, in aid
of ihe funds of tho British Ucncvnif-ut
tjosicty, under distinguished auspices.
lMtOCUAMMi: I'AKT I.
Piano Solo.. ..Dr. Jesue, of II. 1. R. M.
Son"; The Romany Lass Mr. May
Recitation Sir William Wiseman
Violin Solo Audantc, (RoonhahO
Song 'Tis Not Ti ue, (Mattel)
V. M. Starkey
Part Song-Slncc Firsts I Saw Your
61m. P. Jones, Jllss Mist, Miss von
Holt, Miss M. Rhodes, Mr. T. R.
Walker, Mr. May. Mr. Starkey,
Piano Solo Dr. Jcssuo
Duets Sec The Palo oon, (Cam-
pana) M is. Paly & Mr. Starkey
Song Margueilte, C. A. While)....
Al Iss Mahlo Ithodos
Recitation Sir William Wiseman
Song Toll Mo My Hearts, (Sir II.
Bishop) Mrs, Paty
Part Son Tho Bells of St. Michaels,
Mift. P. Jones, Miss Mlit, Miss von
Holt, Miss M. Rhodes, Mr.
Walker, Mr. Starkey.
TIIK following changes havo taken
place in tho copaitncrship of W.
II. Danlols & Co., of Walluku, Mnui.
W. II. Oununlngs bus this day ro.
tired from tho lit in, tho 11 rm name has
been rhanged to tho Hawaiian Fiuit it
Taro Co., and A, N. Kopoikal and J. li.
Holt, Jr., havo been admitted as
partners. The firm now consist of
W. II. Daniels, residence Walluku,
A. N. Kopoikal, residence Walluku,
J,D Holt, Jr., resldonee Honolulu,
All tho liabilities of tho firm of W.II.
Daniels & Co havo been assumed by
tho Hawaiian Fiult it Taro Company,
W. II. DANIELS,
W. H. OUMM1NOS,
A. N. KEI'OIKAI,'
J. D. HOLT, Jii.
Honolulu, Match 80, 1868. 28 at
A fresh lot of this celebrated brand of
Champagne, just landed ex Brl.
lish bark "Nnluna,"
Tor Salo in Quarts and Pints
I A. SGHAEFER & CO.
THE STOCK OP
Belonging to the undersigned, will bo
Yery Low Prices
During llio month of May, 189, nud all
parties winking to supply llicin.
selves, will do well to call and
examine the Goods beforo
JfJUo GOOD)!! jiitiHi. H)c sold
And embrace Hid Host Assortment of
Good Family Attlrlcs, Hint can bo
fonnil in thN oily.
At BROWN & Gfl.'s Store,
No. 14 Merchant Street.
ALEX. J. OARTWIUGHT,
AV. F. ALLEN,
Assignee's of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April 23, 18S8. 2S lui
O O .A.
At California Prices.
FOR SALE BY
Ex ''Thomas Bell," from MADEIRA,
A Few ul" TIioho
urn n((t sit
GOMSALVES & CO.'S,
22 Queen Stioot. lw
TnE regular quiutcily meeting of the
Pacific Haidwaro Co., (Limited),
will be held at their office, on THURS
DAY, May 8. 1883, at 10 o'clock A. St.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
28 lw Secretary.
(iciKU'ul Hlilpiiini: Ajiciii'y anil For
, el (vii I'nrcolH Kxil-vhh.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc.,
Forwauled to and from all pai Is of
Ihe voi Id.
C. 0. T. amounts of services collected
in any country.
WTni-iil'rt ot'Jtntes on Application's
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
09 2S Merchant Street. tf
THERK will bo a Champion Sweep.
Btako Race of the Hawaiian Is
lands, of a Ono Hour go-as-you-please,
at tho Aunory,
On Saturday Evening, May 5th,
At H oVIoolc p. in.
Open to all comers at SO. Bach en.
tries to close at 12 noon, May Cth.
JOE CAM MARA,
GEO. WASHINGTON, U.S S A ,
OIIAS. MICHEL, U.B.S Vand.ilia.
CS" Entry fees received by Tom
Wright, Haw. Carriago Mf'g Co , and
Harry Byng, corner Richard & King sts.
Has juBt received ex-Australia a very
hamkomo assortment of all the
In thoUIillinery JLInc, such as
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, n Most Excellent Assortment of
2? 2i XT nwc EJ
O'JJ Direct from Hiirojic. Ira
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X eveniug paper. 00 cents per month
Auction Sales by Lowls I Loyoy.
On MONDAY, April 80th, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
At tho rosidciicn of Mr. Henry Bcrgcr,
facing tho Rcoroatlon Grounds, Mnklki,
I will sell nt Public Auction, tho wholo
ofhls Household Fuinlluro and effects,
consisting of In part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
Jl Kxlin Largo Brussels Center Rugs,
Small Hugs. Easy Chair?, t It. AV. Ued
room Set, 1 nearly now Handsome 1). YV.
Marhle-lop lied room Set, with Spring
Mattress, Single Bedstead?, Bureaus,
Spring Mattresses, Ued Lounge, Mos
quito Nets, t B. W. Extension Dining
Table, Koa Sideboard, "Willing Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Veranda Easy Chairs. Chandeliers and
Limps, 4 largo Oil Painting, Rel'rigc
rator, ileal Safe, Churn, leo Cream
Freezer, Crockery & Ulatsuuir, Mailing
& Oil Cloth, No. 1 Wlnthrop RuiiiM and
Utensils, Garden Tools and Unsound
lot of Firewood, etc., elc., etc., etc.
And If not disposed of pluvious to Sale,
1 Family Carriage, Set Harness and
1 Gentle Pony with Saddle & Bridle
suitable for a boy. Also, n choice lot
N.B. Frco Bus will rttrl fmin tliu
corner of Fori and Beiolnnlu it -eels, ul
i):S0 A. si. sharp, for convenience of
panics attending Iho Sale.
IiEAVIS J. LEVEY,
19 lit Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, RSay i st,
AT 10 O'CLOClt A. M.,
By order of W. 0. l'arkc, Assignee of
the Bankrupt Estate of Choy Tin,
I will f-ell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, corner Fort
and Queen ttrcets,
A lnnntity of New Furniture
Office Writing Desks !
Side Boards. Rook Oases,
Meat Safes, Tables,
Bureaus, Wliatiiot, &c, &t
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa$n Jockey Club.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUNNING RACE 4 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cu to beennio the properly of the
ono winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING RACE For Hawaiian
bred horses only to harness Mile'
Heats, best 2 in :5.
RUNNING RACE U Mile Dash.
Free for all.
Glh-KAPIOLANI PABK PLATE.
TROTTING ami PACING RACE
Milo Heats, best :( In C. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :i0 or belter to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Daub.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7lh-R0SlTA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
cord of '"Anglo A," l:15J. To be
run for annually.
Oth HAWAIIAN HOTEL
RUNNING RAOE-A Milo Heats,
best 2 lu 'i, Hawaiian bred horses,
Cup to become tho property of tho
winner two consecutive years.
Dili JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swi:i:i'staki:s TROTTING and
RACING RACE Mile Heats, best
ti lu S3. Frco for all horses that
havo not a record of 3 minutes or
bettor to bo driven In Frazicr local
carts by members of the Club.'
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses only.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-hamls or
under, and 3-year old or over.
NOTJOE is hereby given that Man
Chip holds full power of attorney
to act in nil business tratuautions of tho
linn of Wing On Wo & Co., and ia au
thoiized also to sign said firm namo by
WING ON WO & CO.,
hy 0, Cheung l'Ing.
Houolulu, April 10, 1888, 21 aw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale !
TO-MORROW, April 28, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Salcsioom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
Whito and Brown Cottons !
UndieN' mwl Men'M iSliocw,
Crockory and Glassware, Groceries,
Tublo Peaches, Wine and Soda
Crackers, Salnd Oil, Currants,
Cs Boast Beef, OA Ox Tongue,
Cs Potted Meals
And a Largo Lot of
1 Delivery Wagon, 1 Top Buggy.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION nam: op
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho lesidencis of Jlr. V. Ktegeinaun,
ICiimu f-tt iut, uiljiiinhit; the residence of
lion. V. H. Cnsile, I will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of departuie),
The Entire Househ'rl Furniture,
tCOMFUlSINa ' -.
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Ferns & Decoiated Flower Pots,
Vienna Easy Cliairs, Vienna Sofa,
I Carved B.W. Marblctop C. Table
1 Carpet Plush Patent Hocker,
Lirge Velvet Center & Sofa Rugs,
One UPKIGHT JPXANO,
(It. Neufeld, ISeilin, maker,), v
Drawing room Curtains & Polo,
1 Corner Vhatuot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Desk,
Pendant Ilanqing Lamps, Fancy
Camp Stools, Engravings & Pictures,
Carved B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Mattrasses, Mosquito Net, 1 French
Walnut Wardrobe, 1 Black Walnut
Wardrobe, 1 Elegant B. W. Marble
lop Sideboard, 1 Black Walnut Ex
tension Table, Dining-room Chairs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Uncle Sam Hauge,
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 California Carriago Horse,
1 Black Marc, broken to Saddle & Harness,
Sot of Harness, Saddle, Etc., Etc., Elc.
J&T Premises open for inspection on
TUESDAY, May 1st, from 9 o'clock
A. M. to 3 1. M.
JAS. F. MOltGrAN,
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
Attorney at; 3Liavr.
Office, : No. 9 Kaahumanu street,
74 King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any uobls contracted m
my name without my written order.
VT. O. ACHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 13 tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
HPIIE undersigned givo notice that
X they havo been appointed Asilirnecs
of Drown & Co., uierchautp, of Houo.
All pcrons having any claims against
tho said firm whether secured hy mort
gago or otherwise, nro notifleU to pre
beat tho samo to tho Assignet.8, within
three mouths from April 23rd iuslant.
All persons Indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co arc requested to mako imnicdlato
payment to Brown & Co. or the
A. J. OARTWRIGIIT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 18S8. 23 lm
THE undersigned haying been on tho
18th day of April, duly nppointcd
Assignee of tho Estato of Choy Tin, of
Honolulu, 4i bankrupt, by tho lion. R. F.
Bickcrton, Justico of the Supremo Court,
all persons are hereby notified to pay to
the undersigned any amounts due to tho
said bankrupt and to mako immediate
payment of tho Eume.
VT. 0. PARKE,
Assignee of tho Estato of Choy Tin.
Honolulu, April 10, 18S8. 21 Gt
HE .PEOPLES' PAPER-Tko
.Dally Bulletin 00 cts per month.
Of Mnn Jfriuitjluoo.
Sample packages of tho following Muals
may bo had of Gonsalves & Co.
fico of charge:
Grermea, Eye Meal,
Gritniilutcrt Hat Uleul,
Sell-raising Pearled Corn Meal,
" " Bttckwhoal Flour,
" " BreaMasl Cako Meal,
" " Croam Graham Flour,
" Broaktast Wheat,
Cream Flake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del late Jamil! Flour.
GONSALVES & CO..
22J ucuit Slrcet. lw
Willi Bros: Port Cunt,
Coal Tar, Minli Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
t'Oll SAliK MY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOB SAW JFBANVISUO,
Tho new and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
May 6, 1 888.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
malls and passengers on or about that
Kor irclght or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IEWIN & CO., Agents
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or uhout
May 10, 1888,,
And will have prompt difpatch with
mails and passengers for tho above ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 VM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Ajrents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo despatched by
this Line for Honolulu, to leave
New York in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. CKOSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 79 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Rubbislil Rubbish 1 Rubbisli!
''pnE undersigned having been in tho
X husiiicbs for tho past 15 mouths,
and now being nppointcd by tho Board
of Health as Rubbish Collector. I
hcriby t. IbIi to thank tho publio lor
there lihirul patronage, hoping a oon.
liuuancu f tho same with a moro ex
tended list of customers. I shall as
herclofmu bayo my rubbish carta go on
each Btierl hero required three times
each week, except in very raiuv weather
then two limea each weok. After this
month euch curt will carry a bell to
announce its appcuranco on the street,
that no ono will havo au oxcuso for not
setting out their dirt.
flKErl'tlces as horotoforo: Ordinary
Hoube Rubbish and Yard Sweepings,
DO cents, 75 cents aud 61.00 per month,
if put in contaiucis.
Tho abovo pilcea arranged according
to the amount of rubbisli taken away.
Tree Trimmings aud Horse Litter
will bo charged extra.
Horses. Bullocks, Hogs and Dogs will
bo buried at reasonable rates.
N. F. BURGESS.
P. S. Anyone knowing of ono who
is required to havo their rubbish re.
moved, who is not able to pay tho tax,
if tho parly or parties will let mo know
I will do their cartiug frco of charge.
N. F. B.
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