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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Unwnilnn Iolnndo.
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Bunlc ot.OiilliVjrnlu, S3. ST.
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NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
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Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
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torla, B. O., am! Portland, Or.
Transact a General B inking Business
TjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forma I'oit, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale In keg? and cases by
GONSALVES A CO.,
CI Queen street.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Mill established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
r.ux vs. o. w. macvaulaxi:.
FitiDAY, April 27tli.
Col. Iaukea sworn, testified: 1
am II. M.'s Chamberlain since loth
Aug. 188G. Am acquainted with
defendant and Ilayscldcn. I was
acquainted with them in Auuubt,
188G. (Shown Exhibit A), stated
that it was his signature. (Shown
Exhibit H), stated signature was
the King's. (Shown Exhibit 0)
stated that the signature was his. I
remember signing them. It was on
Saturday. I don't remember the
date. 1 had conversation with Ilay
sc'.den in Oct., wherein the Macfar
farlaucs were mentioned. Mr. Ilay
seklen spoke to me in icfercnce to
the purchase of sonic liquors from
Macfarlanc & Co. at the lequcst of
the King, and referred to obtaining
'certain orders from the King. Cus
tom House orders, orders on the
Custom House for liquors. Mr.
Hayseldcn said, as near as I can
remember, that the object was to
obtain these liquors from the Cus
tom House without the payment of
duties, to replace goods from Mac
farlanc & Co. I think he said that
he was somewhat responsible for
those liquors. Perhaps these were
not his exact words. I don't re
member that he said anything about
being urged in this matter. 1 recol
lect testifying in the preliminary ex
amination. I might have testified
that Macfarlane & Co. was pressing
Hayseldcn for an account. The
testimony I then gave was true. I
don't know whether Mr. Hayseldcn
received any orders at this time. 1
don't remember having testified at
the other examination that he did.
After having his memory refreshed
he said, I did testify so. I knew he
got some orders, but don't know
Cross examined : I can't say what
the exact words were of Mr. Haysel
dcn when he came for the orders.
He said to the effect that he wanted
orders for goods from the Custom
House without the payment of du
ties. There was no necessity for
any explanation, as I knew what ho
Chief Justice Judd, sworn : I am
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
I held a preliminary examination of
the defendant for conspiracy. I
heard all the evidence and recorded
it myself. The defendant was
sworn as a witness in his own be
half on the 15th of March this year.
It is my custom to record evidence
in important cases. Here the coun
sel for defence admitted that Mr.
Macfarlane pressed Hayseldcn for a
settlement and threatened a suit.
Mr. Macfarlane testified twice in re
gard to this matter. The witness
stated that he pressed Hayseldcn
and threatened suit. Hayseldcn
said that he would get an order.
Hayseldcn was procrastinating and
my brother Henry was vexed. It
was the Ilaysclilen acount which was
Mr. Reist was then called and
sworn : I am second deputy clerk of
the Supremo Court. I held that
position during March. 1 recollect
the examination of tho defendant on
the charge of Conspiracy. 1 was
present at tho examination. I took
notes of evidence. The defendant
was a witness in his own behalf. The
oath was administered by myself. 1
' have the notes of evidence on that
trial. He stated on the direct ex
amination: I don't know about his
ordering or the delivery. Ilnybel
den was procrastinating and Henry
was annoyed, and said to me I will
get a settlement. I was in England
at the time of settlement. Orders
from tho King and Hayseldcn were
being filled and I did not object to
it. During 188C had an account
with the King. Used to look over
tho trial balance. It is not the rule
to allow an account to run into the
next quarter. Saw the King come
in personally and order liquors on
the Hayseldcn account. Don't know
if all jh entered to Ilnyselden'a ac
count. Spoke to Hayseldcn in
August about settlement of account,
I understood ho brought in an order
Hero the Crown rested its case.
Adjourned till 1 r. m.
Court resumed at 1 p. m.
Mr. Hatch ntldiPSSPtVtho jury and
outlined tho defense offered.
E. C. Macfarlane was called, and
being sworn, testified! 1 was in Ho
nolulu during 1880. I was in tho
firm of G. W. Macfarlane & Co. as
Managing Clerk. 1 Mas there dur
ing the timo the liquors in question
were sold. Tho first I know of it,
was the delivery of the Honors.
Thoy were ordered by Hayseldcn
and tho King, also Knpena, Kcatt
and Lilikalani. I think thoy were
the principal ones ordering. About
tuo-tuirds of the amount was order
ed by the King in person, and by
The Crown objected to the evi
dence as to the written orders of the
King unless the orders -were pro
duced. The Court allowed the evidence.
I had conversation with the King
in regard to this matter. 1 saw the
delivery of these goods being made,
and received orders personally from
the King. The goods were sent all
over the islands. Some of the
goods went to luaus before and after
the elections. After the delivery
was made, I had a conversation with
the King at the palace, and he said
he wanted a separate account of
this, nnd Mr. Hayseldcn would go
over it and sec if it was correct.
The account was consequently kept
in the back of the blotter. I had
instructions from the King to deliver
to certain parties. I objected to
Lilikalani as he was invariably
drunk. I went to see the King
about it, and he said he would
let Mr. Keau take his place.
There were two accounts against the
King, a merchandise account and a
wine and spirit account. The spirit
account of the King is settled by
cash, notes, and orders on the Cus
tom House. This account was the
King's debt. It was so considered by
mo and was assumed by him.
By tho Couit: You mean the ac
count of the liquors sent over tho
islands? Yes, sir.
The King owed another account
for liquors. The King has not set
tled all his indebtedness. Ho settled
a part by cash, notes, and Custom
House orders for the remission of
duties. At stated times we would
make up the King's account and the
duties on liquors purchased by him
were computed, and a Custom House
order for the amount of duties would
be given. The balance of the ac
count was settled by cash and notes.
At the last settlement with his Ma
jesty, this Hayseldcn account was
included. During the year 188G my
brother, the defendant, had a very
little share in the conduct of the
business. There are two depart
ments of the business. My brother
Henry attended to the domestic part
and George attended to the foreign.
My brother Henry did the whole
business in connection with these
liquors. My brother George received
no orders at that time. My brother
Henry made the settlement. My
brother George was on his way to
England when a settlement was
made. He made one trip to San
Francisco before the legislature ad
journed, and after the passage of
the loan bill he went away again.
His time was devoted almost exclu
sively to the loan bill. 1 heard my
brother and Hayseldcn have some
words at the Hotel. Mr. Ilaj'seldcn
said he hoped there was no ill feel
ing between them. My brother said,
"No ; you fought very hard to de
feat tlie loan bill, but you did not
succeed. I have no ill fcclinjis
against you." This was between
September and October. Macfarlane
&. Co. received some goods on these
orders. The goods that wo did not
have, they would supply, one brand
in particular. Palm tree gin. They
had the exclusive right to sell.
Cross-examined by the Attorney
General: I testified that my brother
Henry had general charge of this
branch of the business. I saw the
eutlies in the books, and go to both
stores every day. I did not state
exactly what goods Hayseldcn ord
ered himself. I should say about
81,000 or 1,200. I should say
that Hayselden ordered about one
third. The King ordered the most
of the goods himself. 1 did not make
any claim that this was ordered by the
King, at the preliminary trial. 1
answered all questions asked me.
1 did not volunteer anything. I
I don't remember that the question
was asked mo at tho examination.
I wns only in the room with you but
a few minutes. I camo up just as
you finished your examination. You
said, Mr. Macfarlane, I have found
everything straight about your
books. You also said you took ex
ceptions that the goods were not im
ported by tho King. I wns aware
of how the accounts were kept. I
testified that tho King asked mo to
keep this account separate.
His Majesty the King appeared
on the stand and was sworn : I re
member giving Macfarlane an order
for liquors that I wished to have
kept separato from my general ac
count. I spoke particularly to
Henry Macfarlane. The liquors so
purchased wero delivered by differ
ent orders. The goods wero bought
for ni3' use. I directed that tho ac
counts should bo kept in my name,
and the goods delivered to the order
of Mr. Hayselden. 1 ordered some
myself, some by Lilikalani, some
times by Kapena. My liquor and
merchandise accounts were to bo
separate. My liquor account was
settled by orders on tho Custom
House and cash. 1 vnn't tell what
tho amount was of the special ac
count, It was my own account. I
think it was settled as my account,
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part by cash, nnd part by orders on
the Custom House. I hardly know
what proportion was settled by ord
ers on the Custom House. 1 had
no dealings with the defendant. All
my transactions were with Henry.
1 instructed Mr. Henry Macfnilnno
to make out the account with Hay
seldcn in accordance with my in
structions. (Shown exhibits.) This
is my signature. I gave orders
ers to the Cliainberlalu to have these
Cross'cxamincd by tho Attorney
General. (Shown Exhibit A). 1
don't remember how that was when
1 wrote my name.
Dr. Trousseau sworn: 1 know
Mr. Henry Macfarlane. I am not
his physician, but 1 should decided
ly say he was not iira condition to
bring into court.
Mr. George Macfarlane sworn: 1
am the defendant in this case. I
have heard all that has been said in
regard to these liquors. I had only
a general knowledge that such de
liveries were being made. It was
in the early part of 1S8G. 1 know
from deliveries going out. I havo
no personal supervision of that
work. I have had nothing to do
with that account. It was all set
tled by the clerks and my brother
Henry. 1 was on my way to San
Francisco. I knew of its settlement
after 1 came from England. I had
been away between ten and eleven
months. I left Sept. 1st 188G and
return Oct. 8, 188G ; lett again Nov.
2!Jrd and went to England, and was
gone between 10 and 1 1 months.
After I returned from England I
knew of this settlement. 1 had no
thing to do with it ; it was all done
by my brother Henry. In August
1S8G 1 heard Hayselden and Henry
talking about checking over the ac
count. This was in the office. My
brother Henry was aimoycd with
Hayselden for procrastinating. He
wanted the account sent to the
King and settled. Henry on an
other occasion was annoyed at
his not attending to the checking.
I made some sort of threat to sue
him, so that he might attend to the
matter. I think he said it was all
right. Henri' alu J :ire settling it.
And-I think he said, I have an order
or that he would get an order from
the King to settle it. There was
nothing more passed between us in
regard to this matter, During tho
session of the legislature we were
not on good terms. T was not so
when I spoke to him in my ollice.
Wo came into collision on seveial
occasions. He was opposing the
loan bill and was woiking in Mr.
Spreckcls' interest. He was coming
out of the Hotel one night, and I
met him. lie said, Mr. Macfarlane
the fight is over now and let us
bury the hatchet. He extended his
his hand to shake hands. 1 said 1
had no desire to keep up the feud
and shook hands witli him. I have
met him several times since, but only
said good da'. What I stated be
fore the Cabinet was what I learned
from my brother. 1 stated that we,
referring to the firm, had sold such
goods. My brother had all to do
with the business. I only drew in
ferences. We looked to the King for
the payment of the account. Ilaj'
seldcn had little or no credit with
the firm at that time. He could not
have obtained S'1,000 credit without
(Continued on page 3.)
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AMUSICAIj and Literary Entertain,
raent will take place
On Saturday Evening,
At the Royal Hawaiian Theatre, in aid
of the funds ol the British Benevolent
Society, under distinguished auspices.
l'JKMiltASIJIi: l'AUT I.
l'iaiio Solo.. .Dr. .lessen, of If. J. It. 31.
Soil"; The Romany Lass Mr. May
Recitation air William "Wiseman
Violin Solo Andante, (Roaenhaln)..
Song 'Tls Not Tine, (Mattel)
: V. M.Staikey
Part Song Sinco Firsts J Saw Your
Mi. P. Jones, 31 ins 31 Ut, JIlss von
Holt, Jilts M. Rhode, Mr. T. ft.
Walker, 31 r. May, .Mr. Starkey,
Piano Solo , Dr. Jessen
Duets See Thu Palo Moon, (Cam-
mna) Mrs. I'aty & 3Ir. Stuikoy
Song 31aigueiito, v.0. A. White)....
Jl Im Mablo RhodiM
Recitation Sir William AViseman
Song Tell JIo My Ream, (Sir 11.
Rifehnp) j is, Paty
Pait Song Tho Bells of St. Michaels,
(K"ny bet t) ,
Mrs. P. .tones, Miss Mist, JIlss von
Roll, Miss M. Rhodes,, Mr.
Walker, Mr. Starkey.
the " Elite
& CO., of
Qkxti.emen: As Chnlnnan of tho
Refreshment Committed for celebrating
tho anniversary cf the 1. 0. O. F,, last
night, I do'iie to express our entire
satisfaction with your lino catering on
that occasion. Thu ladies were ei-pe.
oially pleased with your celebrated Ice
Cream nnd delicious C'nkcs which wcie
bo temptingly displayed and passed
In fact I give you credit for having
reached tlm "inner man" onco moro.
With jilcasuie shall I recommend your
services on future occasions.
F. T. WIUIELM,
Chairman of Rufieshment Committee,
Honolulu, 11. 1;, April 27, 1888. 23 It
A fresh lot of this celebrated brand of
Champagne, just landed ex Bri.
tlsh bark "Natunn,"
Tor Sale in Quarts and Pints
THE STOCK OP
) XUUUj uuu upiixiuj
Belonging to tho undersigned, will bo
Yery Low Prices
During tho month of May, 188?, and nil
parties wishing to supply them
selves, will do well to call and
oxiuninc tho Goods before
JClie GOODB must lie sold
And embrace tho Best Assortment of
Good Family Aitlclcs, that can be
found in this city.
At bsom & go.'s store,
No. 14 Merchant Street.
ALILX. J. CAimVRIGriT,
AY. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April 28, 18S8. 28 lm
At California Prices.
FOR SALE BY
Ex "Thomas Bell," from MADEIRA,
A Few of TUonc
J'or Halo at
GOWSALVES & CO.'s,
22 Queen Succt. lw
PITTS & SCOTT'S
Ctcncrnl Mhliirtliitf Agency and For
eign I'ui'i'clH I'.xpreHH.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc.,
Forwnidcd to and from all parts of
C. O. D. amounts of services collected
in any country.
3-Tarin'H of ItntcH on Annlirntlon'ttd
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
09 23 Moichant Street. tf
THERE will bo a Champion Sweep,
btake Raco of the Hawaiian It
lands, of a One Hour go-as-you-pleube,
at the Armory,
On Saturday Evening, May 5th,
At N u't'lueU p. in.
Open to nil comers at 50. Each en.
tiles to cloo at 12 noon, 31ay 5th
GEO. WASHINGTON, U.S S A ,
OIIAS. MICHEL, U.S.S.Vandulia.
CgT Entry fees icceived bv Tom
AVright, Haw. Carriage 3If'g Co , and
Harry Byng, corner Klchaid & Kinij sts.
THE following uhanges havo taken
place in tho cnpaitncrship of V.
II. Daniels & Co., of Walluku, Maui.
W. H. Cummlngs has this day le.
tired from thu linn, tho firm name lias
been changed to tho Hawaiian Fruit &
Taro Co., and A. N. Kepoikal and J. D.
Holt, Jr., havo been admitted as
partners. The firm now consists of
"W. II. Daniels, residence Walluku,
A. N. Kepoikal, residence Walluku,
J. D Holt, Jr., resldciuo Honolulu,
All the liabilities of tho firm of W. II.
Daniels & Co. havo been assumed by
tho Hawaiian Fruit & Taio Company.
W. II. DANIELS,
A. N. KEI'OIKAI,
J. 1). HOLT, .lit.
Honolulu, Match 0, 18SB. 28 St
THE regular quarterly meeting of tho
Pacific Haidwuio Co., (Limited),
will bo held ut their ofilce, on, T11URS.
DAY, Muy !). ififiS, at 10 o'olock a. m,
JAS. G. SPENCER,
2S lw Secretary.
THE DAILY BULLETIN isalivo
JL evening paper. 00 cents per month
F. A. SGHABFER & CO
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Auction Sales by Lewis J, Lovoy.
On MONDAY, April 30th, '88,
AT IO O'CLOCK. A. Til.,
At the residence of Jlr. Henry Bergor,
facing tho Recreation Grounds. Maklki,
I wllUell at Publlo Auction, the whole
ot his Household Furniluro nnd effects,
consisting of In part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
!l Elrn I.ariro Brussels Center Rugs,
Smnll Burs. Kay Clinlw, 1 B. W. Bed
room Set, 1 nearly now Handsome B. W.
Marblctop Bedroom Set, with Spring
Mattress. Singlo Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Spring 31altrcsses, Bed Lounge. Mo,
ciuito Nets, t IS. W. Extension Dining
Tabic, Koa Sideboard, "Writing Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Veranda Easy Chairs. Chandeliers nnd
Lamps, 4 largo Oil Paintings, Refrlgc
rntor, 3Icat Safe, Churn, Ico Cteiim
Freezer, Crockery & Glatswarr, 3l.itting
it Oil Cloth, No. 1 Winthrop Itauiru nnd
Utensils, Garden Tools and liosu and
lot of Firewood, etc., 6tc, etc., elc.
And If not disposed of provious to Sate,
1 Family Carriage, Set Harness nnd
1 Gentle Pony with SniMlo As Bridle
suitable for a boy. Also, a choice lot
N.B. Free Bus will stm from tho
corner of Fort and Beretnuin Mi cuts, at
9:80 A. M. sharp, for convenience of
panics attending the Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 14 1 Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, May 1 st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31.,
By order of "W. O. Parke, Assignee of
the Bankiupt Estate of ChoyTln,
I will sell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, coiner Fort
and Queen streets,
A Quantity of New Furniture
Office Writing Desks !
Side Boards, Book Cases,
Meat Safes, Tables,
t, k., &t
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
21 fit Auctioneer.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
, Jul 11, 1888.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUNN1XG RACE 4 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd-HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Ilnwaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to becomo the property of tho
one winning" it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING RACE For Hawaiian
hied horses only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 in U.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
5th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2:U0 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7II1-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dnsh.
Free for nil. Winner to boat tho re
cord of "Anglo A," 1:154. To be
niu for ntinuully.
Bth-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RAOE-4 Milo Hents,
best 2 In U. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho property of tho
winner two consecutive yearw.
9th-J0CKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SwF.uiSTAKi:s TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 In IS. Free for nil horses that
have not a lecord of 3 minutes or
better to bo driven In Frazler local
carts by members of the Club.
RUNNING RACE Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses only.
1 1th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies H-hands or
undor, and u-yenr old or over.
NOTICE is hereby givcu that Man
Chip holds full power of attorney
to act in all business transactions of the
firm of Wing On Wo & Co., and Is au.
thoilzed also to sign said firm namo by
"WINO ON WO & CO.,
by 0. Cheung Ping.
Honolulu, April 1C, 1888. 21 2w
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
auction ham: of
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. ai.,
At the losidcnuc of 3lr. V. btcgcmanu,
Kinau street, adjoining the residence of
Hon. W. R. Castle, I will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of doparture),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Feins & Decorated Flower Pots.
Vienna Easy Chairs, Vicuna Sofa,
I Carvod B.W. Marblotop C. Tablo
1 Harriet. Plush PaImiI Honker.
L irgo Velvet Center & Sofa Rugs,
Ouo UXUXIGHIOC XJUYiMO,
(L. Neufeld, Bcillu, maker;,
Drawing room Curtains & Pole,
1 Corner WJiatnot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Dosk,
Pendant Ilnuglug Lamps, Fancy
Camp Stools, Engravings & Plenties,
Carved B. W. Marblotop Bedroom Sot,
Mnttrase, Mosquito Net, 1 Ficnoh
Walnut Wardrobe, 1 Black Walnut
Wardrobe, 1 Elegant B. W. M.uble
lop Sidcbnawl, t Black Walnut Ex
tension Table, Dililng.ioom Chairs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Uucle Sam Range,
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 California Carriano Horse,
1 Black Mato, lirokon to Saddlo & ilarnoss,
1 Top Buggy,
Sot ol Harness, Saddlo, Etc., Etc., Etc.
E2?-Preniiscs open for inspection on
TUESDAY, May 1st, from !) o'clock
A. 21. to 3 I. M.
JAS. P. MOltGAN,
23 Id Auctioneer.
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
Attorney at JLaw.
Office, : No. 9 Kaahumanu street,
74 King st. -yfiO 74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHASRS TO RENT.
Has just received ox-Australia a very
handsome assortmont of all the
Latest JjfcU)) Novelties
In tho Millinery JLinc, such as
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortmcnt'of
1 3LUME SS
09J .Direct from Europe, lm
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any dobts contracted in
my nnmc without my written order.
W. 0. AC B I.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. W tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned glvo notice that
thoy havo been appointed AsMirnces
of Brown & Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All potions having any claims against
the said firm whether secured by mort.
gago or otherwise, nro notified to pre.
sent the samo to tho Assignor, within
tlirco months from April 23rd instant.
All persons Indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co are requested to make immcdinlo
payment to Brown & Co. or tho
A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 1838. 231m
HHHE undersigned having been on tho
X 18th day of April, duly appointed
Asslgnco of tho Estato of Ohny Tin, of
Honolulu, a bankrupt, by tho Hon. R. F.
Bielftrton, Justice of the Supremo Court,
all persons nro hereby notified to pay to
the undersigned any amounts duo to the
said bankrupt and to make immediate
payment of tho samo.
. y, c Parke,
Asslgnco of tho Estate ofOhoyTin,
IIouolulu, April 10, 1888. 21 Ot
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tirniuilatcil Ont Meal,
Sell-raising joarlcd Corn Meal,
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" " Broaklal CakoMoal,
" " Cream Graham Flour,
" " Brcaktast Wheal,
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GONSALVES & CO..
22J 4cicen Street. lw
Willie Bros.' Port. Cunt,
Coal Tar, Shcttoli Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
I'OJt SAM; BY
H. Hackfeld & Go.
FOR SAK FRANCISCO,
The new and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Compuny, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
May 6, 1888.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., Agents;
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and"" flno Al steel Rteamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 10, 1888,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
.mails and passengers for tho abovo ports.
For freight or passage, having SU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Atrents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo dcspatclied by
this Lino for Honolulu, to leave
New 1'ork in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. GROSSMAN & J3R0.,
77 & 79 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE.
Rubbish! Rubbish! Rubbish!
THE undersiirned having been in tho
biislup-H for tho past 15 months,
and now lining appointed by tho Board
of He.ilth as Rubbish Collector. I
hereby wish to thank the publlo lor
titcro HIkimI patronage, hoping aeon
tinuaiico i f tho same with a moro ex.
tended list of customci'3. I shall as
heretoforp have my ruhblBh carts go on
each street whoro required three times
eacli week, except In very rainy weather
then two limes each week. After this
month each cart will carry a boll to
announce its anpearnnco ou tho street,
that no one will have au excuse for not
setting out their dirt.
BsirPrices as horetoforo: Ordinary
House RubbiBh and Yard Sweepings,
50 cents, 75 cents and $1.00 per month,
if put in containers.
Tho abovo prices arranged according
to tho amount of rubbish taken nway.
Tree Trimmings and Horse Litter
will be charged extra.
Horses, Bullocks, Hogs nnd Dogs will
bo buried at reasonable rates.
N. F. BURGESS.
CP. S. Anyone knowing of ono who
Is required to havo their rubbish re
moved, who is not abjo to pay tho tax,
if tho party or parties will let me know
I will do their carting froo of charge.
90 lm N. F. B. .i