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BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IbIhui ?
Draw EichitiRQ on the
Bank oi Oult Jbi-uAu, H. F.
Ami llu'ii ngc'Tj in
NLWYOnK, BOSTON, IIONU KONfl.
Messrs. N. 51. both-i lul-l h Son, London
The Commercial U.u Co., of Sydney,
TUo Commercial Ha Co, iif Sydney,
The bank of New -nlind: Aueklurul,
Chrlt( i uirh, nod Welllnj'.lou,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torld, U a, mid Portland, Or.
Transact a (ilenertil jJankliig Dit&incsi.
Plcdtrit to licit hcv An nor 'itily,
lint established lor the htucfit of all.
"Whether personal feelings hud
anything to do with the formulating
of' these opinions 01 not 1 don't
know, but from subsequent inquiries
1 should say tbey had, and in that
case my letter may have dono Mr.
Jackson an injustice l bat was not
meant andfoi which 1 make the
"amende hoiioiable." I wish, how
ever, to put Mr. Austin in a right
light before the community by alal
Iim that he knew nothin?of the con-
tents of my letter ; nor lias he in
any way, either by conversation or
otherwise, expressed himself to roc
regarding Mr. Jackson 3 incumbency
us teacher of W'aihee -school. 2?.
Trtfw trp rmt
SATURDAY, OCT. 1.1, 1SS.
TELEPHONE POSTS 8c TIN SIGHS.
The "Advertiser" was in trouble
a few weeks ago about board fences ;
it is now in a statu of anguish about
telephone poles. They arc unsight
ly objects! Yes, bo they arc, but
they are great public conveniences,
and not half "-o unsightly as most of
our uneven and urgged side-walks.
The posts and the in would not
thcniseh cs be- so ugly were it not for
the "ornamentation" with which
some of liicin sue now embellished
tin signs. Tlii'if aic "an eye
bOi'U and an ithuiiiinuliun" to the
"Advoilisfi." It is all a mutter of
taste, ami tastes ehllei. Unfortun
ately taste I-. (ine ol Uium tilings
which is not legululed bv Act of
Parliament. A neatly dressed little
lady of about ten summer-, walking
down Fort street this morning, while
in front ol llnelJokl iV. C'o.'s pre
mises, exclaimed, "Duly look there,
mamma, isn't that pietly!" point
ing to one of the tin signs on a tele
phone pole. .She thought it pietly;
the "Advcitiser" w liter thinks it an
eyesore, Probably a great many
full grown people think that the tin
sign is no disligiucment to the pole;
that is, that the bare pole is no
prettier than the pole with the sign
Hut how about the posters and
hand bills with which the telephone
poles arc "decorated" all the time?
Arc the paper signs less objection
able than the tin signs? !Not a bit.
No doubt the "Advcitiser" will
agree to this, lint who aie the pos
ter and handbill stickois? Well,
the "Adeitiscr" people furnish
their full shaic. Since our eontem
loi aiy is so aveise to the telephone
poles being put to any use oilier
than that lor which they were
originally intended, it is reasonable
to expect that its people would not
be among the oifcinleis. lint such
is not the case; their printed mut
ter cumpiises a huge proportion of
, the "ornamental" fixings. Fiiend,
you should, to be consistent, have
removed your own bills befoic com
plaining about your neighbors'.
KniTon Bi'LM-.nx : I dropped in
to see the piituies this nliemo n at
Macfarlane &, Uo.'s s ore, and was
very much surprised at the qtndity
of the paintinss on exhibition. I
have myself but leeently returned
from Europe nnd have had an op
portunity of seeing ncvcrul of the
originals, especially the one by the
German aitist, Gabriel Max, ol
"Christ Healing the Sick."
1 Mipimsu, ii r iN .:', Honolulu
is one of the most luxurious cities in
tucwoild; notice its m uiv c.nringi s
to save indolent fee; .aid the pei f ei t
net-work of telephone", but I sup
pose thc are used more loi gotsip
lloiiover. tni'ie is haully n housi
in town o! any pretensions tliat ha1
not some good original paintings,
black and whites ana cmoe subjects
by Strong; 'oleaiioes and still-life
by Taveinier; and lately young
liitchcock has been making a good
third; and here at this sale come
paintings by foreign ai lists to add
to the beauty and culture of Hono
lulu homes. '1 he duties on foreign
objects of art are so high in America
that we have the advantage over
that country in getting belter pic
tures at lower prices, and should
fully appreciate our advantages.
'Jlieie seemed to be a great main
people at the show and lots of pic
tures admired, and there were sub
jects to suit all kinds of taste.
Our wives and daughters arc al
ways complaining ol the dullness of
Honolulu. Now in the old country
the picture galleries form a very
impoitant part of a lady's amuse
ment, whether she goes theic to see
the paintings or show her bonnet,
and I was glad to see so many of the
fair sex at this exhibition.
The way the ehinittou has been
conducted, the line decorations and
all that, is more like the way they
do that sort of thing "over the
pond" than anything I've seen heie
yet; and 1 say Macfailane & Co.
deserve their encouragement, or
ought to semi lor ruoic picture.0
winch will surely be appreciated.
Yours very sincerely, D. 1.
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
Kdi'ioi: liui.i.inix: Will you
please inform nic through the me
dium of jour columns, on what day
the Presidential election will be held,
and also which steamer will bung
the news to Honolulu.
fThe election will take place on
the lirst Tuesday after the lir.st Mon
day in November, which will be
Tuesday November Otlr The Aus
tralia leaves San Francisco on that
day for Honolulu, but will hardly be
likely to bring the result. Conse
quently wc shall have to wart until
November 2-ltli, the time of the
Alameda's expected arrival, unless
a sailing vessel should drop in be
Kditok Ium.i:tin: In a late is
suo of your paper, "Equity" takes
nic to task for eulogising Mr. Aus
tin and defaming (as he is pleased
to imply) Mr. Jackson. The writer
would albo wisli one to believe that
Mr. Austin inspired that letter. I
wish to correct any such inference,
and in justice to that gentleman say,
that he knew nothing about in)' let
ter until his attention was called to
the one fiorn "Equity" defending
All that was said about the teach
ers and pupils of the Waihcc and
Wailukrr school, was learned from
the residents of those districts. I
was not acquainted with Mr. Jack
bon, cither pciboiiulhjurhy hearsay,
and consequently had no desire to
"run him down" or praise him,
"What was said in my letter regard
ing the pcrsonelle, etc., of the War
Jree school was learned from soino
of the patents who have children
thero, and at the tiiuo was thought
Xo bo reliable information, My let
ter was not written as a chargo
-against Mr. Jackson, but as tint
generally expressed opinion of the
residents of that district.
KQLQA, KAUAI, LETTER.
Koloa and it-, inhabitants have
great cause for rejoicing at present.
The plaulcrs ate especially happy.
During several days (onlrmioui
rain has fallen, causing our village
cioek (what a fall to the people oi
this place by having their pride
Koloa with its public, private and
great business dwellings called i.
vil'age. We must l e-pi-ei full y pro
test against the mime "village" be
ing applied to this place, as v,"
claim Koloa to be quite a city), to
resemble the inn' . lie, at least on
a smaller .scale. The water eiipplj
which has bun lately f-ourewha.
meagre, has in consequence crcatl
improved both as to quantity am.
quality. I do believe not to be far
from the mark, if J aert that the
quality of our water, a3 at present,
i not excelled by 'h. t of Honolulu.
The cooler atmosphere pievailing
niter the late hoc '-pell, dimes al(
great rejoicing to all ; especially to
those sick who luue as jit not com
pletely recoveied Horn their lab
sickness, but am now making rapid
strides on the road to health. Mi.
Cropp also continues to improve
lowards complete recovery. The
ci ops aie lor.king f-plendid ami
everything seems to be inlused with
new-life. I just heard that grind
ing lor this seaon will close next
week, and that grinding on the new
crop will begin about the middle of
rrext month. Dining the time the
clouds continued to pour down their
contents, traveling on the road
could be only considered as air act
of severe penance, whether per
formed by an equestrian or a pedes
trian, although those of the hitler
class have to ui.dergo the worst
ordeal, as the writer had to find out
to his great disgust, having to walk
over a mile to hit. home. The mud
was slippery as glue, while almost
at every step lie bank knee deep into
the mud, causing tiro lower extremi
ties of his pantaloons to fill up with
a quantity of the soil of this king
dom. No wonder that before finish
ing half of a mile he resembled more
a person during tuo sweating pro
cess of a Russian bath, while his
breathing hounded like tho blowing
of a steam engine; finally arriving
at home ho felt to weak and ex
hausted, that a sudden gust of wind
would have had tarried him acioss
the ocean. This experience was
rather a hard one, and caused the
w i iter to .ih that the b'oil of the
Garden Island, or at least tho
muddy pail oi it, were consigned to
a hotter hemisphere. But all of
this is past now, thu loads are dry
again, causing travelling to be again
a pleasure as lormeily.
Some evenings ago, lecling quite
lonely irr ui4 Bachelor's Hall, 1 con
cluded to redeem tuy pait ot an
agreement entered into between
myself and a Chinaman, that the
latter wrj to Initiate mo into the
ferrets, of Chinese Ufa. Action fol
lowed thought. Si on thei caller I
followed the road that lead me to
my point in view, airiving there
after about an houi'S walking. My
Chuieso guide seemed to liavo been
waiting for me, and as both of us
w oio ready we soon entered a Chl
uesc business place, notwithstand
ing that it seemed to have been
closed for business, at least for
that day, lor not a sign could bo
not'etd" lroiu the outside of any
presence of life or light in the in
terior of the house, except that a
Chinaman was seen to walk up nnd
down in front of the building, act
ing: as probably a sentinel would on
duty before the palace gatC3 of His
hnpurial Chinese Majesty. A knock
at the door and a word in -ome gib
berish from my guido opined the
don- lor our entiance as by magic.
I ho front room was dimly lighted.
Aiound tho counter some ten or
twelve Chinamen were seen sitting,
deeply interested in some games
that seemed to he in full sway on
our entrance. Cross and suspicious
looks were cast tow a ids the pale
faced intruder ; gibberish was ex
changed all aroun I in which my
guide took part, probably assuring
ilieur that 1 only wisutd to have the
honor of their acquaintance, and
that they had nothing to bar of me.
Tins explanation seemed to have
been satisfactory, lor piesently 1
received an invitation to take part
in I heir ganie-ti. I assured them that
I ohould he onlj too happy to take
pait in their enjoyment, but that my
inexperience of the games prevented
me from taking part for the present,
unless they should expl-iiu to me
the inliieacies of them, which they
were willing to do. There were two
games in full sway, one they called
"ja ban," the other "ta bin karr."
'lhe lat mentioned game resembled
somewhat our game of dominoes,
while the hrst was played in the fol
lowing way : A Chinaman would take
a handful of white buttons, deposit
them on the table, and their ask
the players to make a guess of one,
two, three, or four as the number' of
buttons that were to remain after
all had been divided irrlo smaller
lots of four each. After each
player had recorded his guess
and deposited one or more "nan"
(dollar), the proprietor took a spoon
and with the handle ot it begarr to
divide the heap of buttons into
smaller lots of four each. This
dorre, the number of the remaining
buttons, numbering cither one, two,
three or four, wcic declaied the win
ning number. Those who had
guessed correct received three dol
lars m return for every one dollar of
their hot; those who lost forfeited
their deposits to the proprietor.
Asking my guide to inform me in
Chinese as to the numbers 1 to 10,
lie did so; here they are: jet (1),
in(:0, saam (), sub (!), ghu (f),
lo (0), sjat (7), haad (8), geo (0),
sbib (10). Good morning means
"d-au shin," Rood cvenrrnr, means
.cislio hola, go fan lo," Chinese
wulin "lau kc Mir, '' good man "ho
neau." I continued to watch the
games with some interest for awhile,
sherr suddenly all were startled by
a knock at the door. The buttons
were quickly Ihiown into a work
liasket containing needles, twine,
'mttons, etc. The money was rc
tuiiied to the pnekvu, while the
loimnoes were ignorninoual thrown
nto the (ire-place of a itovc. All
uii'iithed irr silence, some casting
their look's to a direction tinder the
counters, others to an opening on
lhe icof. The suspense did not last
long, et the wiitoi sulfored in that
abort time probably moie agony
than on any ioir.iei period oi his
hie. in hiaiiingn ation he saw him
self matched amongst a lot of celes
iiiis su.'roiimtbd by p'-liccmcu to
jail. Of course he could explain,
l.it (hen if Judge Maiobo should
happen not to be at home, chanced
w re that the police would lock him
up with the lest until the following
day, when he could clear himsell
ol the ehaige of intentionally break
ing1 the laws of this country. Fi
nally it might be possible that a
summons would arrive by that time,
commanding the writer to appear
forthwith at the office ol his employ
cm, there to receive the diploma of
(. B. which means in plain English,
tho giarrd bounce. This nettled it,
and I concluded tlnrofire to malt
my exit as quickly as possible. The
knock at the door causing so much
consternation inside of the house,
was caused by a native girl who
enme for a pipe of opium. Here
was an opportunity to obtain more
information ; casting all scruples
and fenis aside, I concluded to
await fiutlier developments. Tire
girl was ushered into an adjoining
room, to which my guide and my
self followed. The room was fur
nished with bunks arrd resembled a
somewhat dirty steerage room on an
overcrowded Chinese steamer. A
Chinaman was noticed cowered
dowrr on the floor, seemingly busy
prepming opium. A email lamp
showing a feeble Jlamo was also de
posited on the floor. The Chinaman
took something that resembled a
large needle, the point of which ho
dipped into a tin of opium ; after
extricating it again rrrrd giving it a
twist bo aa to hold the opium se
curely, ho placed the point holding
the drug oer the flame, turning it
all the while, until tho stuff was
ready lor smoking, when he placed
it over lhe opening of an opium
pipe, but not before giving the stem
ot the hitter to another Chinaman,
who inhaled tho stuff to his seem
ingly entire hatisfuction, after which
the latter individual resumed his
former position in the bunk to Bleep
off the effects of lhe drug. A na
tive girl also occupied ono of the
bunks, while tho gill who had just
cnteicd proceeded to take possoo
sion of another vacant sleeping
place. The way she smoked the
death dealing drug proved that she
was not a now hand at the business.
Keeling thoroughly disgusted with
what I had seen, caused me to wish
sincerely to leave tills place.
Thanking my guide, and bidding to
nil "2eisho hola go fair lo" good
night, 1, lo my gteal relief, made
my exit through the door-way, glad
to breathe once mme the pure air of
I nature. As I turned towards my home
I couul hear nelrinil me tue noise
of moving locks nnd bolts securely
closing the door ngainst all uncalled
Before closing this line and not
exaggerated nairnlivc, 1 beg to ask,
"Is there not a very serious side to
it?" Let everyone answer for him
self or herself, nnd ponder over it
for awhile. Tchaps they will then
obtain a glimpse of that terrible
curse and pliguc which is threaten
i.ig these islands. Bvi:-and-bvi:.
A" ediimieil leHned uom.n desires
nt'unrlMi'-o on nn Invnlld, or as
petierni lict jior in tho family. Salary
oi nn nbju" ; personal referi-ncn. Ad
dress .Mils WKH31KU,
Gs iw HuiXE'riN oillce.
Y ofllce will biTeloiod bom Sep ta
. her U3ud lo Oetuder 27th. elurleg
my absence from thu Rlt'edom.
M. K. OitOSSMAN,
art tf Deii'M, H Hotei si
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Lies', Gents', I llita' Balls Site,
IN COTTON & WOOL,
iirCUEHY id ve notice that all nir.
...in tropi lliijr, "I10" "iy kind, to
use the- satin' a a ic.ittl or foi any other
ptnpos ,.ill ho piostetilfd aceordb jj
to law ; said luiul Is on Ltlilin. Mtfl:t, In
fiontnf the Old 1M Kudo v
M. I)h QUADIIOS.
Honolulu, Oct. 1.', 1-8". TO U
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
A QUAllTEitLT db Herat or Tine
i V. lVillnrs per slim will he pi Id to
tho loekii(il',Pis of Wildei's Ptpwn hip
Co., on MONDAY, eh-b.'i' If., 138.
S. B. ItOSK,
II mobibr, October IS, lf-88. 71 It
TVJKING my lib-emu m I:
U dom tin' Im-ii. U V. Ai'ti i
act Im ini'iiml. r u tub p-on I .!
de In till prUat" in it. t f ' .'
all elnies la which t tint n -i
iieitl. YV. C BAltKlO
Honolulu, AugU'i Uf, Ifitin l 2
'TMITC unilriilrjrc(l lint thi (lav a'.
X. i-isinc'd nil hi lichl, title and in
(prest lo aid in tin ecpvright of 'he
Honolulu IJiisi'i(,t Drrunii in fivor
of the Aim of J. U. Brown A Uo.. of
Honolulu, except i nth portion or riiht,
title and interest .is tuny nttach lo him
lis a partner of tid fir
.T. M MACDONALT).
Honolulu, October 13, 188. '.1 It
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merchant Tailor !
Has jii't re'inned from Snn Frxn
c'neo willi a Large Ktock of the
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Ker In oil): lit to this city.
C2T"Tln' Goods wore bought in Bond
Olii-au, and he intends to givn Ids cus
tomers the bcnclk of thee purclm-'es-
C2P Call and see for yourselves -a
NO. 1 FLOUE
A consignment of the above
FOR SALE at LOW RATES !
HAVING h-en appointed In II. 1?. H.
Piiniet- Li iuokd'U i to be to .
KUtnr of nil runs lie of he- li" !
tlierp'orc, notice ii hen bj siveri t ah
tenants nnd lessees to p y nil lent i
me Kl K'lu.'ilmiiit. Hoimlu u, O.lm ut
thu lime ainl unlr ptc.ll d in nil 'ii
U'iifCS, n d I iim Mione umbo ? '! e
ghe lecelpt for the ciilno. Turtle- e. .m.
lug to piiy Ihclr leiits will please take
iiotiec that they itiuH bring tneir lat-t
reeiipts villi them.
Honolulu, Uctotci 8 l-'S 07
. 4, rpilE htore. nl i iiIm1i.ii
fttf'-'iTr&i - loiiKiiigliiihe Bmri o '
tSsKsS Kor let me enn. Ire of
S. X. 1CMEIWON.
Vcialua, Onlm, Oct. 1), 1SR.-I. IN -'
A AST PROJECT.
Cons .ant Line of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
O' "K o ii' P'U.Miiiitlj i( cr iisitiu biibincFs and the jitoit deni-uid of nn appro
i i i mum- i , we h i conelud d to oiler nn pporl'inity to nil piitllc-t
li u i npiii . or I.i'iie of M-hocuicrs iiiii he keen c'Hdliij: nvi l 'Ire "Bui" filled
to he'r iiimii t cm i) big iiipucilj of ( leu, " 10I cl Invigorating
JoSin Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT Tlild "CKITERION SALOON."
tiinn n pnni Vuti v'vt t . f vchooncr!, our ice vault mi now lieinjren
1 n rti e
hi r ! (
s of i ( . The
T E E I O N
I- the r-n'v i Inre vliiri- n Tool u'nm of l'PIl DI-LlMUA I'l'EK, on nmupht
' ., f-r (npl. (eiitiem"ii, n v die linn- vi im
t !i.. ii .i i-
Ior 2 (Jomforlnbly Fur
nished Rooms at SBptr
week. Also, 1 Elegantly Eur-
ui'-hed Room suilnhle for tno younp
men. Apply No. 8 Union street. Sii lw
ANYONE finding nnd
Can luge Mine, s'li i f1
fiom pituri, will he
Miioibly rowarded. S. B. DOLE.
IKl 4 t.K T.'tA tft
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS INSOUTAiRES & CLUSTER !
Tlie K m mii n (ISoi'liazii Hollil SiHcrwnrc &. MneHt Tjlple
t'lott.lwnrr, in srpat vnricty.
Waltham Watches, Elgin WatcheSj &c.,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
Ocaiitil'ul iiivljlo Cloelis :
SfSpcciJil JL.ints ol Alsv;-m Clocks, nt S 1 VIS.
4g j rXK
line MJlelr & ,
rice, M25. Atilj
at the Boi.llii.n
'J t 8td oaw
Mateur Imstrel Co.
WILL GIVE A PERFORMANCE
Saturday Evening, Oct 20,
AT 7 : O'CLOCK.
RT 13 '1 Plan ooin ut Ifawaihm News
Co. on TIlURbDAY, October lltli, at
9 o'clock a m. 71 4t
Q VHALE BOATS; 1 Deckel
0 Whale Hoat, 3U fe-ei Ion;;, 8 feu
tleup, b f(Cl Wide; L' Xli ht fc.ll 1 lio.Ui ;
1 '8 feict Suif liui; 2 1) el.ed ! Luive'l
1C feel lonp 0 feel (i b"i'h"S v idr, a lee'
(5 mche-. deep, xvitli nitbi aiivi Mill all
complete; 1 3' feet Miilinj; Scow, with
.niiBl unci sails all uouiijleie. A(i U to
E. Ii. bY N
flout IJniliVr at i Henciiii .lotilicr. !I I
Corpora t ion .Notice.
NOTICE is hciebv liven lliat nl i
meeting of the midi-rsiji-ed pull
tiers of lhe IT-vs i.Hhii Emit & 'i'mo i ( .
it was resolved lo ncipt iJifih.it i
irruiiiHl September 27, IS'iK. I,i u
Minl'ter of Jiitoiioi oi iim litoipor -lion
of lhe Hawim "- F nu -i. ' ii ' .,
(Limited) V. II. DANll-LS
A. N. KBPOIKAI,
J. 1). Hul.T.
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, lfi ' 'w
Dissolution of Copurtiiur
sliip. rHE en-pnrln.Ti-ii p Jur-'tofo e ei-'-X
lug bet hi en lhe uuili-r-iuuiil, eni
.Utulint; the lit in ii iln ll.iwi'iinn Kruit
& Inro Co, in Wailukii, M .ui, In.-- tint
day lieeu dib-iilv((l li niiuual cunci ut ;
the vsscta und linbili'ie'" ol tmiil tiim
being tninfeferreil lo the. U iwaiian I'rnii
ii luro Co., (fworporiiwd 1
Y. II. DANIELS,
J. D. llOlP.
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Wailuku, Mmii, (mi t, IbSi. 1:5 w
Election of Oflicer.s.
These Goods have all been personally t-eleclod in the States, guaran
teeing thereby a. choice selection of the- Newest and Latest Designs.
Ss.imjjle Packages ot Goods hunt to any p.ut of the Kingdom. Having
every laeilities requisite for ii lirst-ehite jewelry manufactuiing establish
ment, we feel conlident that we can nianuf.ictuie anything that may be re
quired in the Jewelry or Silverware Line.
CkJT WATCH lllSPAIKlING Sc l2rGK,A.TTiSG -a
Irr our well-known manner.
P. O. Box 342 (r0 lm) Fort Streot.
ml HuLUUIll 01 iloiiiOwi
INUIII 0L1ARAI0E SALE.
BOOKS, ST1TI0IERI I FAIGY GOODS
Plush Sots, ladies5 Work Baskets,
In Pluoh & Leather; liuque, GbiiSh &. Paiian AVare, Opera &
Mm ine. GIiibsch, Telesco)es,
Bl t-o JBoxos.
Tovk. JOoolcs, A.lt nuns.
All the above
things too numerous to mention.
Goods will he offered at tire
LOWEST PRICES EVER dUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
g)5r"The nbovu Goods are New, Freeh and of the Latest Dcfeign, having
been impoittd ex recent atrivals and were selected expretely for tiro trndo.
SOFJEJlV 3E-V3UIVITVO -g
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
Beg to aniiounro a i;rnnd exhibi
tion of original
Gravures & Etchings
Which will ho ofTcred for Exhlbi.
tiou and Hale at their Halua.
rooms (up stairs) on
Tho above com price rnnyases from
well. known artibts of
JOlltlOll, ATmiltili, J)lU'Bcta-
tloi-ir, llorlln, Jurl, anil
otlior Art Contei-w.
Anil taken as a whole, aro without
Finest Collection I
Ever brought to tlicso Llaiulf.
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tSTThe Public aic cordially iuvlted"a
NOTICE i9 hereby given ilmi ut .i
meeilug of the Htocklmhb-rf f lb'
li.innli m Fruit & Turo Co lield In t ii
Ink. Mnui, October 4, 1888 iln- f.l
ini; odlcerB were' circled for lhe ens
John HichardBon Presidini.
J. Ii. Holt Vice President,
W. II. Daniels A
A. N. KepolUai Auditor.
W. U. DANIELS,
Wnilukti, Haul, Oct. 5, 1888. 15 2w
Sonxet,liii8r !Te !
Ahose "ad" is it? Why,
Who has opcind a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Every
Day from 11 :80 a. i. to r. m.
t3?"Come and try Ilia Coffee, elc.-Ttia
PER "W. S. BOWNE."
Hut, Brail, Fui k Flour.
W. H. GEAENHALGH
lO5 Vai't HtiMMt, Honolulu.
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j?ortrr BTREET, lIOrOX.XJJL.XJ.
HAItGVINS-TKl Nuw Lino of B" BAIIGAINB -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
A I Lower Prices limn ever hefore. New invoico of
N'oveltlcM nut! Fiiucy Goodw, Iij Lai'ffe Vnrleiy.
JSOTJC3- to OHED1XOKS.
Hard Brick & Lim 5 !
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
J. F. COL8UKN&CG.,
05 queen Street, jlw
rrMlE undertlgiied linviiig been aj).
X pointeil Admiuisuator of lhe Eh
talc of John Guieia, of Kallhi Wuenii,
Honolulu, de'ci'iiHi'd, gives notice to nil
cri'ditoiH of mild John Garcia to present
tlieli 1 1. i m duly nut hi niluitid and with
J" 1 1" v i.fl.em ivhi'ihci mcuici! liy
" 11 f- otbeiwii-e lo aim i:l lu
die .i . ir Keiliiumwiu i. reel, Jlono
1 in, ..1 bm tlx momliK liuru ihnuor
llle-i mIi lc I uTer bid red.
Ailuiliu i-n'ir i.f lhe Lttiite ol John
Honolulu, Btpt. 13, 13B8. 49 lm
WOTICJ3 lo CRED1TOHS.
TIIE underjlgne'd give notice tliat
X 'hey have bcerr appointed A?.
signets of A. Morgan, carriage iiihuu.
fncturer, of Honolulu. All persons hitv.
injj uny cIikiiih utnliiht the bald A.
Morgan wjiethcr secured by nforieage
or oihei wire, are nntilieil to jiret-pnt tiro
mme lo thu As'-lpnecB wlihln 3 months
fi our hepti mlii r 22, IhfiK. All persons
iiiilubttd lo .Mr. A. jlorgiiu uie ic
iiuibtul to miiku Iininedlale puyment to
II. C I1HYANT,
LOLI8 T. VALENTINE,
Absigneis oi A, Moreuu.
Honolulu, Bopt 22, 1888. BI2w
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