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SATURDAY. NOV. 17, 1883.
Nov 1 fl
it M S Mariposa
WYi days ft oiu the
Stmr Wnlalcalo from Kllnuea and
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolan
Schr Lavlnla from Ewn
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii ami Maul
Stmr Llkellko from Maui
Stmr Mokolil from Molokal
Bilt bail: John Nicholson for Uong
koug Nov 17
R hi ti S Maiiposa for San Francisco
Japanese S S Tnkasago Warn for Yo
kohama at i p m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkclikc for Mnni ami way ports
at G p in
Stmr Kaala for Waianac and Wnlalua at
0 a m
Stmr Kilanca Hon for Hawaii
Stmr Mokolll for Alolokal at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Lahalua audllania-
kna at 0 a m
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr W
G Hall, Nov 1C Hon W K Castle and 2
sons, Mr Wells anil wife, G V C Jones,
Jones, Mrs J I Dowsctt jr and child,
Mrs Sherman, It Ague, 1 pilsoncr, 12
lepers and CO dtck.
from the Colonics per S S Mariposa,
NovlG 1'ierio Gcraud and Paul Sou
quet. About 25 cabin and 72 steerage
passengers in transit.
From Kahului and way ports per
stmr Llkellko, Nov 17 U Coe, P M
liooncy, Miss J Lishman. F G Cotea, M
Cabral, Bro Bertram, Jas Waul, WE
Rowell, Dr Swift, C B Reynolds, 7 lep
cis, 1 olllccr and -10 deck.
For tiau Francisco per S S Marlposr,
Nov 17 W L Hopper, F E Wells and
wife, Mori is Judah, wife and child, J II
Kennedy, A I) Thomas, wife and a chil
dren, (J T Hancock and wife, Mrs Dr
Giberson, W It Lawience, W F C Han
son, C A E King.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hull 4,550 bg3 sugar, 54
bgs awa, 40 packages hides, 158 bgs
coffee, 20 pigs, 1 horse, s.5 lid cattle
and 125 package suudiles.
The S S Maiiposa took for San Fian
cisco this morning 2.G5S bgs sugar, 1,
291 bnclis bananas, 2!) bxs betel leaves,
and ii bxs curios; value ,$21,4iiG.
The It M S .Mariposa, II M Haywaid
commander, soiled from Sydney Octo
ber 31 at 4T30 p,m ; arrived at Auckland
November 4 at y.23 pm; balled fiom
Auckland the follow ing day at 3 20 p m ;
stopped off .Tutuila, Samoa, Nov 9 at
11.15 am; anlved at dock in Honolulu
atl2mFiiday, NovlG Flue weather
was experienced dming the cntue voy
age, blie sailed for San Francisco this
In Honolulu, Nov. lGth, Alexander
Rupert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs.
G, D Frceth, ago 1 ii years and 8 mos,
At Loleo, Nov. 15, Irving Mctcalf,
son of Moes K. Nakulna,
At Walklki, Nov. lfitli, to the wife of
C. N. Arnold, a daughter. y
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub "Paiudiso of tlio Pacific" is
The King returns from Maui to
The Bluo Ribbon Entertainment
will bo ommitted this evening.
ItEMEMDKit, the Silbon troupe will
perform at the Opera House to-night.
TwKr.vi: lepers wcro brought from
Hawaii yesterday on the steamer W.
The Post oflico despatched by tho
Mariposa, 4,112 letters ami 1,123
packages of papers.
H. B.'M. S. Royalist, recently at
tached to tho African Squadron, lias
boon ordered to Samoa.
A box of general Bootli of tho
Salvation Aimy, was a through pas
senger on the Mariposa.
. m .
Plenty qf nico frcsli Bologna
sausages at tho City Meat Maiket.
Tlioro appears to bo a great demand
Lokij Rnnfurly, an Irish Peer and
President of tho Royalist Anti-Repeal
Union, was u through passongor on
t m i '
The special services in tlio Y. M.
C. A. will closo this evening with a
gospel meeting for mon, A cordial
invitation extended nil men young
The rogular meeting of tlio Ha
waiian Mission Cbildicu's Society
will bo held this ovoning, at 7 :30, at
the residence of Rov, E. G. Bcck
witlt, D. D.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock, there
will bo a pruotico gaino of baseball
with tlio view of solccting a team
to play with ono of tlio American
visiting teams nct Saturday. Mr.
II. II. Simpson of tlio All-Americas,
On Thursday uvoning, Mr. Thos.
Ifaln Walker, Britisli Vice-Consul,
mid Mrs. Walker, gavo a dinner piuty
followed by a dance, at tlicir resi
dence King sticot, in honor of tho
oftlcera of II. B. M. Flagship Swifts
euro, It was n most delightful au'uir,
at Q. West ife Co.'s
Tun very best assortment of
at G. West & Co.
Fhty diflbrcnt kinds of Chinese
lantoins nt G. West it Co.
Mabkb, masks of every kind and
description' at G. West it Co.
A l'EKKottMi.va bear was ono of
attractions on tlio Mariposa.
Purser Smith of the Mariposa lins
our thanks for Into nows favors.
Have you scon Santa Glaus in
the window of G. West it Co.'s stoic?
Tuesday at noon
Australia sails on
for San Francisco.
A. NUMinm of sailors wcro riding
around town yesterday at a furious
Read C. J. Fishol's now advertise
ment in this issue, as it is of import
ance. The regular meeting of tho Y. M.
C. A. has been postponed to next
Theue will bo a union service nt
Kaumakapili church Sundny even
ing, at 7:30.
Mn. John Ena has been appointed
a member of tho. Pi ivy Council by
Mil, and Mrs. M. Nnkuina have
lost their infant sou. A funeral no
tico appears elsewhere.
Madame Jaffa's piano recital takes
place Tuesday cveii'ng nt tho Y. M.
0. A. hall. Mrs. John II. Paty has
kindly consented to Bing.
A notioe appeals in another col
umn with regard to the sailing of the
slcamois Likolikc and Lehuu. The
Kinau lays up next week.
Three annual meetings on Mon
day: Wilder'a Steamship Co. at !) a.
m., Kahului Raihoad at 10, Hawai
ian Railroad at 11.
The pcrfoimance at tho Opera
House to-night should attract a full
house The performers aic leally
first class artists, and dcseive libeial
The Rev. V. II. Kitcat, head mus
ter of Iolani College, lias lcsigncd his
position, and tlio i-chool is now in
charge of Mr. John Bush, who ai
lived from Chatham, England, on
the Austmlia, with tlio BL-hop of
Mu. A. M. Howett lias opened out
a splendid stock of holiday godt-,
computing books of all kintl.s al
ridiculously low price?, Chi is' mas
and Now Year cards, games, dccoi
ating paper, etc. Call e.iily to
The shooting match by the Hono
lulu Rifles foi a riflu pit'sented by
llaitley it Giaham, of New Yo'ik,
took place Friday aftei noon, at the
King Klicet range. Tlio piis-o wa
won by Company B, with 2CC pointt;
2d Company D, 1-13; 3d Company
Messhs. Lewis it Co., grocors, etc.,
have just leccivcd a largo stock of
new' goods of very best quality. It
hardly needs mentioning that they
leceive oystcis, ficsh California
fiuits, fish, vegetables on ico by
every stcamor. By tho way loau
your order with them if you want a
gcod turkey for Thanksgiving Day.
AUCTION SALES ON MONDAY.
ny I.. J. I.EVEV.
At 12 o'clock noon by
Bishop & Co., abbiguces,
Br J. V. JtOItdAN.
At 12 o'clock noon two pieces of
land situate near Lililia street. At
the same tims, lands situate at Ma
lum, Puna, Hawaii, and Waianu,
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
4 :80 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: Match Sword'and Dagger Muller
Ovoituie Tancredl Rossini
Polonaise Hi Illlant Chopin
Selection Astorga Abert
Ballad Tho Palms Fame
Waltz JJailanno W..aldteufel
The R. M. S. Mariposa arrived
rather unexpectedly in port at 11
o'clock Friday morning. Captaiu
Haywnrd was in command and flno
weather was experienced the whole
of tho trip. She had two sleornge
passengers for this port and 23
cabin und 72 steerage in transit.
The Mariposa resumed her voyage
eai ly tills morning.
A SURPRISE TO MR. SCHMIDT.
II. W. Schmidt, Esq., of tlio fit in
of Messrs, Ilnckfcld & Co., and
Consul for Norway and Sweden, re
ceived n surprise at his rcsldcnco on
Ueretanla street, yesterday morning.
It became known to the Portuguese
brass baud that the 10th was the
42nd anniversary of Mr. Schmidt's
birth, and the band decided to show
its regard for that gentleman by
giving him a little music, which
lasted from 0 o'clock ti. ni. to about
11:80. Mr. Schmidt was taken
completely by surpilse, not having
had tho slightest intimation of what
was coming. This is the first ap
pearance of the Portuguese band
since its reorganization. It plays
sold at cost.
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SPECIAL TARGET PRACTICE.
Tlio Hawaiian Riflo Association
bold a special target practice nt the
King street range on Friday. The
day was not ono of the best for
shooting. As usual Johnny Koth
wcll enmo well to tho fore. Follow
ing is the result:
match no. 1.
Open to nil comers ; 200, 500 and
GOO yards. First prize 30 per cent
of receipts; 2d, 20 percent; 3d,
10 per cent. Military rille, G lbs.
pull, 7 shots at each distance.
J, Roth well
4 l) 5 5 C fi fi 32
5 5 2 5 5 5 330
2 3 2-132 3 10
1 i 5 i d 5 -130
5 0 3 4 5 2 221
4. -1 d 3 d 3 d 2G-
3 d d 3 5 5 327
500 yards : 5 d 2 d 3 5 3 20
GOO yards : d 2 5 2 3 3 01072
C. Hustacc, Jr.
200 yards :32353d 323
500 yards : d d 5 d d 5 320
GOO yards : d 0 d 3 d 2 017 GO
J. W. Pratt
200 yaids: d d d d d 3 d 27
500 yards : 5 d 3 3 3 d d 20
GOO yards : d 3 3 2 0 0 0 12 G5
MATCH NO. 2.
Open to all comers ; ten shots at
200 yards. First prize, 30 per cent
of receipts; second, 20 per cent;
third, 10 per cent. Conditions of
J. Rothwcll d d 5 d 5 d d d 5 5 Id
Frank Hustacc . .4 5 d d d 5 4 5 d 5 Id
J. H. Fisher. . . .5 3d 5 5 5d5dd Id
C. II. Nicoll 5 d d 3 d d 5 5 5 d d3
W. E. Wall 3d d d d d 3 d 3 d 37
C. Hustace, Jr. . .d 3 3 d 3 d d d 4 330
J. W. Piatt 3 3 3 d dd 3 44 335
Geoigo 13. IIowe..2 3 2 3 3 4 5 4 2 533
V. J. Fagorroos.. .200 3 2 3 5 43 325
The first three lake tho prizes in
the order given above, the score be
ing judged by Cieedmoor rules.
match no. 3.
Citizens' Match: Open to all
comers, except J. Brodic, J. Roth
well, C. B. Wilson, F. Hustace, J.
II. Fisher, W. C. King, C. II.
Nicoll, J. W. Pratt. C. W. Ashford,
F. J. Higgins, and 15. Ilinjjley.
Five shots each at 200 yards. First
prize, 20 per cent; second, 15 per
cent; third, 10 per cent; and six
prizes of 5 per cent of receipts. Any
rifles ; no air-set triggers or tele
W. 13. Wall 4 5 5 4 422
T. W. Hobron. ...4444 d 20
E. G. Sohuman 4 d d 3 520
J. Good, .Jr 3 d 4 d 410
W. B. Mi-Gubbin 3 4 3 4 418
M. M. Taylor 2 3 3 4 4 10
A. h. Si'ls.m . . . .3 3 4 2 4 10
C. HuMace, .Jr. . .. 3 3 4 015
II. S. TowiiBond... 2 2 4 2 d 14
G. A. Netb 11, O. Gilbert 7, G.
Schuman 10, J. Kidwell 2, II. Ileb
bardO, W. C. Wilder, Jr., 5, A.
THE COUN'lltY bTII.I, IN AN U.NSE1TI.ED
Thcie was nothing in the way of
exciting news fiom Samoa by the
Maiiposa. No satisfactory settle
ment has so far been made. Mata
afa is still King. The U. S. S. Nipsie
had not arrived. Tho vessels at Apia
when the mail left were tho U. S. S
Adams. II. B. M. S. Lizard and II.
I. G. M. S. Adler.
A meeting of foreign residents
was held October 24th, to take
action on an event which occurred
the previous evening viz: A native
boat and European houses being
fired into by boats from the German
mnn-of-war Adler. Tho following
resolution was unanimously adopt
ed: Resolved, That this meeting pro
tests against the high-handed out
rage committed last night by nn
armed boat from the German mnn-of-war
by filing upon defenceless
Samoans, and into the houses of
foreign residents within the neutral
territory. That a committee be ap
pointed to wait upon the British
and American Consuls with the copy
of the resolution, urging the neces
sity of immediate action being taken
to prevent the recurrence of similar
outrages. The committee to consist
of M'cssrs. Mnbon, CarruthcrB,
Moors, Paul, Fletcher and Krauso.
On tho 25th another meeting was
held when the committee reported
they hnd interviewed the British
Consul who said ho had already
taken up the matter with the U. S.
Consul, and tho result was that life
and property would be protected.
The German Consul sent a letter to
the committee denying that shots
were fired Into tho town from the
During the first week in October
a conference of the three powers
America, England and Germany,
called by Admiral Fairfax was held.
Its object was the determination of
neutral boundaries, within which
there should be no hostilities. Cap
tain Leary of tho U. S. S. Adams
discussed with the Geiman Consul
the inclusion of Mnlinuu Point in
tho neutral territory. This tlio Ger
man Consul would not agree to,
and tho matter remained unsettled
for some days. Then it was brought
to a head through bullets fired by
the belligerent natives striking tho
dwelling houses of somo British
subjects. Admiral Fuirfax imme
diately sent tho British Consul, the
Captain of the Calliope and Mr.
Wilson to Tnmaseso, to worn that
King of the consequences of any
more firing by boats passing neutral
territory. Thoy were that tho Brit
ish flag would bo hoisted on the
British. Consular flagship, aud at
that moment a shot would be fired
in fiontof tho offending boats, and
then if tho boats did not immediately
haul down their sails and come up to
the gunboat so that the captain could
find out who they were, ho would
firo nt and sink the boats. The three
gentlemen went on Bhoro to convey
the Admiral's instructions, and
asked Mr. Urandois tobo allowed to
see Tamasese. He replied that ho
would answer them himself on
Tamascso's behalf, as ho repre
sented tho King. This- was, how
ever, declined, and the thrco gen
tlemen were introduced to Tama
bcsc. They stated tlio Admiral's
wishes and intentions, and then re
tired. In the same evening a pro
clamation in Samoan was printed,
and posted on the uext day, defining
certain boundaries as neutral terri
tory and prohibiting the use of arms
by natives in suck boundaries,
signed by Tamaseso and Binudies.
By tho W. G. Hall news was receiv
ed of a terrible accident which took
place at Honokaa, Hawaii, on the
7th. A native was fishing witli giant
powder, when his right hand was
blown off, the left hand was injured
and his breast and face were hurt.
Ho was not expected to live. .
. i. inn tii' j-l t.L-i.
The North German Lloyd's
steamer Nurnbcrg anivad at Ade
laide, October 24th, from Bremen,
via Southampton. At the latter port
Malietoa and the two chiefs who
wcro deported from Samoa by the
orders of tho German Government,
and subsequently released, were
transhipped to a German warship,
which will convey them back to
Apia. An English passenger by the
Nurnbcrg states that Malietoa was
shamefully treated on board the
steamer. He and the chiefs were
berthed in the forecastle, and were
not allowed to converso with the
other passengers. He adds that
Malietoa was deeply depressed, and
appeared to be heart-broken. It is
uncertain whethci the deposed king
will be returned to Apia.
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
CItOVK JIOfjNKS !
A Decided & Inimonse Success I
POSITIVELY the LAST NIGHT
Of Iho Season.
THIS EVENING !
Saturday, Nov. 17th.
The Great Silbons
Will appear for tho last timo in
their Grand Entertainment.
Box plan now fipnn at L J. Levey's.
Itf cirly to secuio youi sents
L. J. LEVEY,
OH til BiiMnes-i Manager.
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 20th,
AT H O'CLOCK.
Por Sale ill the ISookH'.ori-'s.-'GJa
HAVE A FINE LOT OP
Fat Turkeys !
FOR HILO !
Monday, Nov. 19th, at 5 p. m.,
Arrives at Kahului, Tuedy, at C a. m. ;
at Hana, C v, i. at Klp-tuiilu, Wednis.
day nooiii at Laupahoeliee, TVoJnesdHy,
12 midnight; arriving at Hilo, Thursday,
at 'I a. m.
Leaves IIilo, Thursday, at noon ; Ilann,
Friday, 2 a. m.j Kahului, Piidijr, Or. m.;
arriving nt Honolulu, SatUrd-iy, Nov.
B4, at 0 a, m.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, at 4 p. m.,
Shopping at Luhatuu, Mnalaea, Maktnu,
Mtliulcona; arrives at Kavtalliuo on
Wcilnetduy. 2M, at 8 r. u.
Leaving Kiwalhuu on Filday, No
vunter '.Mril, at -1 a. u, stops aiMuhu
kona, Makeim, Mailuiu -and Lahalua,
arriving ut Honolulu, Saturday, Nov.
21, ul noon.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP 00.
Stealer M IMo
Aetietiundtrtlilt hcuil ni charged 10 cnU
per line for tktlnt initrtton, and S ctntipcr Hn
every aaiitininl imtrtlon,
K VAN'S BOAT BUHiDINa
' SHOP. Rear of Lncai' Mill.
rPHE Cream of Society, "Tlio Elite
JL Ico Cicam," specialities to-day,
at the "Elite." Cicam Pics, Cream
Cakes, Cieain Sqii.iics, Cienm Rolls,
and many other Creams too iiumcious
to mention. 001t
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
lmvo Just rei'clvod or Australia
another lot of that "1'HILADEIil'HlA
LAGER BEl.ll" in keg, which they
are ottering to their customers. U7 tw
HnilE funeral of tho infant son of
L Moses K. Nakulna will tako place
TO-HOnKOW (Sunday), at 1 o'clock
p t., from the residence of the paicntp,
I.cleo. Frlenda and lclallons are res
pectfully lequcsted to attend 100 It
THE annual meeting- of the s ock
holdcrs of Wilder'a Mc.imMilp Co.
(Limited), will bo held at Uiclr olllee,
in this city, MONDAY, Nov. 10. 1S8S,
at 0 o'clock A. m. 8. B. KO.-IE,
03 -It Secretary.
HPHE annual meeting of the Btock
JL holders of tho Kahului Railroad
Co., (Limited), will tie held at tlicir
olllee, in tlik city, MONDAY, Nov. 10,
1888, at 10 o'clock A. si.
W. C. WILDER,
03 4t Treasurer.
THE annual meeting of the stock,
hollers of tbo Hawaiian Railroad
Co., (Limbed ). will tc held at tbelr
olllrc, in this city, MONDAY, Nov. 10,
1S88, at 11 o'clock a. m.
W. O. WILDER,
08 4t Tic inner.
California Land Association.
fTHE undersigned lmvo been appointed
JL agents at Honolulu for tlio uhove
syndicate, and have been furnished whli
plans und lifts of California Lnnds for
sale, intending purchasers of Lnnds in
California can obtain tho necessary in
fcrmatiou at Hit' nlllrn of
J. E. BROWN &i CO.,
nov.it 28 Merchant strict
2 -WEEKS MORE-2
Everything MUST and
SOLD LESS THEN COST !
To make room for tbo
Ever imported into thin King
dom, personally Holcctetl by
Mr. Chun. J. Fisbul.
People's Own Price
As the fcHoro in overstocked with
K2r COME ONE I
JSOr-COME ALL I!
For the BARQAINS at
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Streets.
G3 & 05 FOKT STREET.
New Goods I "SIo
Tho ladies are invited to inspect our
army stooh; or dry ooi & fawcv ?oods
Received by bint steamer and personally sclcctud by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tho
stock comprises many iioveltieB in every department.
Prices aie Bed Rock. A largo assortment of
JLre!s Goods in all IiTew Slxad.e I
Enibi oidorics, Laces it Oriental Lace, Flouncing, ,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot A Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Large Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & CheiloU
iSti'w ISoveltieH In LuiIIcn' JBorlln. Slm-vrls !
Ladies' CiiBBcnicrc Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsetw &. Underware at lew priors
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fncy Velvets !
Wo call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A I'u 11 Line ofL,iuIieH' French KitI Button SIioch,
A Full Iihie of Goiit'fl Shoe,
Children' French Kid Shoes nt Bed Koch 1'rloca.
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.G0 a Suit.
-s rr Be
!JES-:rN Sc OOMaP-AJTCY.
Bent sfurasMg Good
To tor owl ii or
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
T70K Hat Muking. Early application
E. BHOWN & CO.
A NEAT CotUigo of Foul
lloom", Iiatli-iootii in
the House, and OuMioupes,
near the Mormons Cliureh, now occu
pied by Jlr. Vogcl. pply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffsclilaeger & Co.'s, 07 ti
IN a nico locality, sur
rounded by well-kept
giouudg, two suites of Fur
nished Booms, with bath aud dress
ing looms, suitable for housekeeping,
and if wanted an additional room can
be added to cither. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable aud carriage, room.
Address T. O. Box 500. 77 lin
HOUSE to LET.
rpHE Houbu and Premises
X lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Khj.i slluato on Union
btrcct ami Atlnms Lane. Tlio House
contains parlor, 3 liedroomr, 2 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry und
kitchen. Thero is also a t'ottage in tbo
grounds with ii rooms, stable, carriage.
Iioiibu and tenant's ro mi. Tlio'plncc is
iu pcrffct oilier. Possession given at
once Apply to ,.
J. M. MONSAItUAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
IN answer to several enquiries con
cerning Whulo Iio.it Frames, wo
lmvo now iu course of construction,
!l Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 112 feet
long, Tlieuo frames nre bent In ono
pleeo of oak, and bold to shape, thus
requiring Utile tact to set them up anil
miilil. The lull frame lor mien boats,
Including cants, 45 Mictions iu number,
In sold at 8-8; with largo stems on koel,
and ready to plank $40. Thoy are not
intended to bu "clinker built, nor as tho
frail Unpolled wlinlo boats proper, but
me intended for lough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llsbing and
trading purposes. We have exported
these frames and Intend doing so, and
m nlo this offer to amateurs und others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of lcisuio and small cuh to imiko
a business. Will bend frames to ny
given model from 0 to 25 tons. Also on
hand for sale (3urf aud Pleasure lloata,
Mems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telcnuouo No 3S5.
DOWEB fc SON.
70 tf ikBoat Builders,
oS New Goods !
G3 & 65 Fort Street.
stare ia tie KiEEioi !
17 - 88
LOT FOR SALE
"N King street, opposite
v nir. Aiucrivun
froutace of 93 feet
feet deep. Apply to
ELECTION of OFFICE 38.
AT the annual meeting of the Hu.
niuula Sheep Station Co.. heir this
day. the following officers were eb-cted
for the ensuing year:
August Hancberg Preildr nt,
Ed. Buhr i &
Armin Haneberg Audi'.or,
Manager of "Waika!i,
Armin Haneberg '.
Manager of Knleitha.
Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1883. t'flw
rpniS is to certify that tan Larg-and
JL Commodious Dining Booms i f the
Will be shortly extensively a ared,
whereby greater convenience and com.
fort will bo afforded to patrons, rhllo
the tables will bo supplied with ivery
luxury obtainable at tho mark' t, to
gether with tho very best of Tom and
Coffee. rarTorms, $5 por wenk.
88 2w Pojirbjor.
FOU SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al BteauiBhlp
Will have Honolulu for the aluto
Tuesday, Nov. !20,
For Freight or Passu ge, applj (
WJC Q. IBWIN JtjOO,. Jaceutft
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