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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
MONDAY, NOV. 19, 1888.
Stmr Viva fioin Molnkat
Stmr Knala from ninluii unci Wulniine
Sclir Mol Wahine fioin llnninkua
from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mlkahnla from Kauai
Stmr Lchtia from llamnkua
Stmr Llkcllko for Mnul ami
at C j) m 9
Stmr Kanln for JVulanoo andWiiialua at
0 a m
Stmr Kllauca llou for Hawaii
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 6 p m
Stmr Iwalanl for Lalialua ami Hama-
kua at 9 a in
Schr Mol Wahlnc for Ilainakua
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr W G Hall for Lahalna, Maalaca,
iCona, Kau and the "Volcano at 10'
o'clock a m
Stmr Mikahala for Kami I at 5 p m
StinrLchua, for Maul Hawaii at 4 p m
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Klium, Nov 18 Ills Majesty tlio King,
II It 11 Prince Kawauanakoa, Hon Sam
F-aikcr, Major J D Holt, Uapt J Koss,
11 Kulhelani, V II Arnold, A It Claikc,
D M Hitchcock, L Turner, Miss IC J
Hughes, J It Holllday, J N Itoliluson,
J '1 uckcr. T It Kcvw oi th, C H Judd, Jr,
W It Cutlibcrt, O Mctt, J A Gonsalve,
Quid, Kimo-(Pako), iss Maiy Ulil,
Mrs K P Hastings, Mls Hose Makoc,
MUs Kcdo Humphrey, N Tanaka, G 11
Tweed c, A 0 Tin ton, U II I'uidy, V W
B ild win, D 1) .Baldwin, Jr, Lokana and
From ICauat, per stmr Mlkahala, Nov
13 A Ciopp mid wife, O 1st nbeig, Pi of
A T Atkinson, Hons G N Wilcox, A S
Wilcox, and A P P.ioliaole; It Str.n.'cli,
" Senlior A do S (.aiuvarro, J Maikham,
and 41 deck.
For Yokohama, per S S Takasago
Main, Nov 17 Jin Love, Jr, Wm K
Pieiuieigir, A is I) W Keaweamalii
and 2 ehlldien and 40 Japanese.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Mol Wahine 20fi5 bags sugar.
Stmr likihala 1,010 bags sugar, 10
hides, and 2 cows.
Stmr Kinau 2000 liags sugar, 2 horses,
1 mule, 145 bags spuds, 40 bags
coin nnrl lie pkgs siindrlis
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A NKW cottage ia for sale.
The King returned fiom Maui on
The Flagship leaves for Acapulco
No hand concert at Emma Squ.no
Hakmonv Lodge No.
at 7:30 this evening.
2 I. O. O. F.
The Wailuku races
postponed to Christmas.
, A I'Aiit of .young marcs bioken to
harness nio advertised for.
SEVERAL shares and a building lot
at Kahului aic otl'eicdfor sale.
H. M. S. Champion will relievo H.
M. S. Conquest on the Pacific sta
tion. Quite a huge
visited II. B. M.
The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh is still
confined to tho house. His injured
leg is improving.
The now public freo school at Ka
uluwela, School street, opens on
At noon to-day 'Mrt L. J. Levey
sold four insurancopolicicB to Messrs.,
Bishop & Co. for $1000.
The Australia sails for San Fran
cisco at noon to-morrow. Tho mail
at .tho d'ost OJllce closes at 11
P. MoInekny has been adjudged a
bankrupt, and December 2d is ap
pointed as tho day for pioof of claims
and olection of assignee.
A LAnai: nuinbor of tho Jnpaneso
immigrants by tho Takasago Maru
- will bo sent to tho other islands this
ovoning and to-moirow.
... i .
Tin: "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
is out. Be sure and send a copy to
your friends abroad on tho Australia
to-morrow, as thoro is nothing better
for an opitomc,of local news.
A dinnek party was given Saturday
evening, at tho rcsidouco of Rev.
Alox. and Mrs. Mackintosh in honor
of tho midshipmon of II. II. M.'s
Swiftsure. A jolly time was had by
Mit. D, Howard Hitchcock, tho
artist, is in town, and propared to
rocoivo ordors for any kind of paint
ings in oil and water colors for
Christmas and Now Year's presents.
Ordors can bo loft at G. West &
The trained boar, reported as a
through passenger by tho Mariposa,
camo ashore, and is now staying in
Honolulu. His ownor was exhibit
ing him around tho streets on Satur
day. Tho boar performs a variety of
amuiring tricks. He visited tlio Ha
waiian Hotel and was generously
treated to a couple of glasses of beer,
which ho drank with evident pleas-
( Mns. D. Kcaweanlaht icf t for To
kio on tho Takasago JMnru, to join
licr husband in Jnpiuii
Tub weeds aro being cleared off tho
baseball grounds at Makiki, ready for
tho games on Saturday.
His llajcsty gives a grand ball at
tho Palnco this evening, in honor of
A match game of baseball on Fri
day between tho Kaniehamcha and
lloyal Schools ended in favor of tho
J. A. Gonhai.vus, tho photographer,
has returned from Kohala, Hawaii,
and may bo found at his studio, Foit
street, ready to 1111 oidore.
Tun ofllcers ot tlio Hawaiian and
Kahului Itailroad Co.s and Wilder's
Steainship Co. for tlio ensuing year,
appear in another column.
Tin: Tcmplo of Fashion has opened
out a largo assortment, of holiday
goods, toys, Christmas presents,
handkerchiefs, fancy goods, otc.
Wifrvr is nicer for a Christmas or
Now Yeai's present, to scud to a
friend than a photograph of yourself?
J. J. Williams is tho man to lako
them in first class style.
Mn. T. 1'. Sovcrin is at present
taking photograph along tho Intor
island Company's routo to the Vol
cano. They arc for Mi. J". J. Williams
tho Hawaiian photographer.
An alarm of iiro was sounded from
tho Bell Tower about ten o'clock on
Saturday night, for a small blazo in
a cargo of bananas on the steamer
Ewa. No damage was done.
At 7 :30 o'clock this evening Mr.
Tlios. MoTigho and Miss Alice Payne
will bo united in marriage, at St. An
dicw's Cathedral, by Rev. Geo. Wal
lace, assisted by Itev. II. II. Gowen.
Oun local team had a good prac
tice game of baseball on Satuiday
afternoon, Mr. II. II. Simpson of the
All-Anieiicas paiticipaling, pioving
himself a line all round player.
What fun it would be if our team
could beat tho Chiengos.
The "Nord Deutsche Zeitung"
says that tho British Government aie
not in a position to assume a protec
torate over Savage Island. It is con
tended that tlio island is neutral tor
lifoiy, by viilnc of an agi cement en
Uned into in Apiil, 188G.
Nkah the close of the pcrfoi nuinco
at the Opcia House Satuiday even
ing, someone in the gallery called out
file, and at once theic was a gcneiiil
stainpedo of the audience. JMoinbeis
of the company called out to people
to keep their scats and after a few
monu'iitb order was restoied. Tho
per.snn who called out hoaid the hie
The following vote lcllecling on
the Government is to be biought up
in tho New South Wales Paili.imcnt:
"That, in tho opinion of this lloute,
tho renewal of the mail contracts to
Mt'bsrs. Spreckels & Co., of "Unlifni
nia, after their lcfusal to dismibs llie
Chinese seamen from their stc.uncis,
was inconsistent with our lcstiicthc
"laws against the Mongolian race, and
as such it is hereby condemned."
This morning-a double team at
tached to a wagon belonging to the
Enterprise Mill ran away from the
lumber-yard near the Oceanic
wharf. They turned on to Fort
stiect and collided with an clectiie
light post, breaking it in two. Op
posite the Planing Mills ofllco the
wagon again collided, this tunc with
an iron hitching post, tho horses
getting free and mulling on to IIu
lekauila sticet, where they were
U !UII1LU1 i- ItJ-U-B
The Hawaiian Opera Houso was
packed Saturday evening with an
audience assembled to witness the
performance of the Silbon Troupe.
It gave the greatest satisfaction, and
the performers were repeatedly ap
plauded. To-morrow evening a
special performance, will be given,
when new features will he intro
duced. The box plan is now open
at L. J. Levey's ofllcc. Wednesday
afternoon a matinco performance
will be given commencing at half
past 2 o'clock.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Tho'following arehooked to leave
on tho Australia to-morrow :
T. II. Ilobron and wife, Miss
Gray, Hon. A. Jaeger and wife,
Miss E. E. Chaffee, A. Young, Jr.,
A. S. Wilcox, G. N. Wilcox, Miss
Hughes, Chas. A. .King, W. I C.
Hasson, E. A. Dcnicke, M. Hyuian
and child, Albert Strauch, Mrs. E.
F. Cameron, II. Bishop, F. II. Aus
tin nnd wife, O. lsenberg and
daughter, J. T. Arundel, E. F.
Wright, J. Tucker, D. Gcdge, Win.
Neill and S. B. Wilson.
Religious services jvcro held yes
terday afternoon at the Immigration
Depot for tho benefit of the Japan
ese Addresses were made by Rev.
K. Mnjama and others. Mr. Taro
Ando warned tho immigrants against
the evils of gambling nnd intemper
ance; Several score joined tho Jap
anese Temperance Society, which
now numbers over 1100 members,
The women received from Mrs.
Ando n parcel of cake and candies.
Mrs. Hyde led the singing of the
volunteer choir with the nid of a
folding cabinet organ, the gift of
Hon. y. M. Damon for such uses.
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds exo
cuted a- tho Daij,y Bulletin Ofllco.
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, WAIMEA,
HAWAII-NOVEMBER TERM, 1888.
HON. 11. V. IJICKIIKTON,
HON. S. I,. AUSTIN,
OrxNED, Tuesday, Nov. Gth.
Mr. Arthur P. Peterson, Deputy
Attorney-General, assisted by Mr.
Chntlcs Crcighton, for the Crown.
HAWAIIAN JUIIY, CRIMINAL CASKS.
Ilex vs. Kcmuketiilike (k.) and
Hanatimi. Adultery. Appeal from
N. Kohala. Tried and found guilty.
Sentence: Kcmukcliilikc fined $30;
Ilnnautni, $lf with costs. A. liosa
and W. A. Whiting for defendants.
It ex vs. Iwilua. Distilling liquor.
Appeal on question of sentence from
N. Kohala. Sentence of lower Com t
affirmed, viz: lined $150 and costs.
W. C Achi for defendant.
Ilex vs. Uliiau and Puali. Cnttlc
stealing. Appeal from N. Kohala.
Tried and found guilty. Sentenced
Uliiau, 2 years C months' hard labor";
Puali, 2 years 0 months' hard labor
and costs. W. C. Achi for defend
ants ; A. Rosa assisting prosecu
tion. Hex vs. E. K. Alapai (k.) and
Oili Kalino (w.). Adultery. Ap
peal from N. Hilo. Nolle prosequi
Rex vs. Mai. Forgery. Commit
ment from IIilo. Indictment pre
sented and plea of guilty entered.
Sentence: Hard hihor G months and
fined $20 and co9ts. W. C. Achi for
Rex vs. Kapaulaula. Receiving
stolen goods. Appeal from Ilnma
kua. Nol. pros, entered.
liquors. Appeal from
Kehau. Arson,- burning
' Commitment from Ila
makua. Indictment presented, plea
not guilty. Defendant tried and
found guiltj'. Sentence to 5 years
haul labor and costs. W. C. Achi
Rex vs. Awili. Arson, burning
cane fields. Commitment from Ila
makua. Crown files refusal to pro
secute and defendant is discharged.
A. Rosa for defendant.
Rex vs. Kacliamau. Opium in
possession. Appeal from Ilamakua.
Nolle pros, entered, as defendant
was convicted under old law.
Rex vs. Kaehamau. Selling liquor
without a license. Appeal from
Ilamakua. Tried and found guilty.
Sentence to pay fine S150, and in
default of payment, G months' hard
labor. W. L. Ilolokahiki for de
fendant. Rex vs. Charles Duncan. Assault
with a dangerous weapon. Appeal
from S. Kohala. Tried and found
not guilty. A. Rosa for defend
ant. Rex vs. D. K. Makuakane.
Bribery as a public ofllcer. Com
mitment from IIilo. Indictment
presented. Demurrer filed, argued
and overruled. Exceptions noted
to Supreme Court in Banco. On
motion of defendant's counsel, case
ordered continued to May Term,
1888. A. Rosa and W. A. 'Whiting
Rex vs. J. II. Kenoi. Forgery.
.Commitment from N. Kohala. In
dictment presented and plea of
guilty entered. Sentenced to 'i years'
hard labor, and fine of 25 and
costs. A, Rosa for defendant.
Rex vs. J. B. Kaohi, D. Kaloha,
Ah Waila and Ah Nee. Perjury.
Commitment from N. Kohala. In
dictments presented. Kaohi and Ka
loha plead not guilty. Kaohi tried,
veidict not guilty. Kaloha tried,
veidict guilty. W. C. Achi for
defendant J. B. Kaohi ; A. Rosa for
defendant D. .Kaloha.
Rex. vs. Daniel Ainoni. Rape.
Commitment from Ilamakua. Indictment-presented
plea not guilty.
Nolle pros, entered and defendant
discharged. W. C. Achi for defend
ant. Rex vs. John Kawchena. Fishing
with giant powder. Appeal from
N. Kohala, on question of sentence.
Sentence of lower Court aflirmed,
viz: lino of $100 and costs. W. C.
Achi for defendant.
Rex vs. Knliaku. Perverting
justice. (Jailor allowing piisoner
to escape). Commitment from S.
Kohala. Indictment presented.
Plea of guilt' entered. Sentence:
Fined $50 and costs.
The Court is still in session.
The native jury were discharged
on Friday morning, Nov. IGUi, at
1 a. in., when the verdict in the case
of Kaloha was rendered.
There aro twenty-four foreign
jury cases, most of which will be
tried, sumo of them quite lengthy,
including two murder cases and the
celebrated Aiona liquor case, from
IIilo, which took three weeks to try
in the lower Court.
In addition to these aro six mixed
jury civil cases, 2 foreign civil cases,
and sixteen divorco cases' all of tho
latter, however, being disposed of,
in all GG cases!
We had n lively earthquake here
last Thursday evening, at 0:40
o'clock. No damage was done, but
it was a . lively reminder of tho
powers at work so close at hand.
Pahala mill is kept very busy and
the cane all ovor the plantation is
looking exceedingly well. It has
been a very favorable year for cane
growing, rain having fallen at inter
vals during tho whole of it.
Pahala, Kau, Nov. 14, 1888,
fPHE DAILY BULLETIN la a Hvo
X evening paper, 00 ccuts per month
The following tenders,! have been
received nt the Interior ofllco for re
pairs and alterations at Oahu
Rcdwnrd & Walker 5,725
F. Harrison 5,000
P. High 4,970
Honolulu Planing Mill 1,700
No award as yot has been made.
NEWS BY THE KINAU.
Purser Becklcy reports very heavy
swell along the Ilamakua and Hilo
coasts. At Hilo tho suif was run
ning higher than it has done for
years, and many surf-riders were
out. The water washed right over
tho wharf. Everything was quiet
on tho lGth. Tho Kimni goes on
the Marino Railway this week and
Purser Becklcy leaves on tho Mika
hala Tuesday for Kauai, for a vacation.
Messrs. G. West & Co.'s store is
crowded in every part with n fine
stock of Holiday goods. There is
fifty-two different kinds of Chinese
lanterns, masks any size and
all kinds of faces, Christmas tree
ornaments, woik boxes and writing
desks in plush, leather and wood,
boats of perfect models and child
ren's tea sets all sizes. The assort
ment of dolls is a sight to behold.
Some of them go to sleep and cry
papa and mamma, while others have
kid bodies and steel joints so that it
is almost impossible for them to be
destroyed. There is an immense
variety of toys, including cows which
bellow, roaring lions and tigers,
trained dogs, Nctc. The whole of
this stock is to be sold at actual
cost, and it is a chance that should
not be lost sight of.
To-morrow evening Madame Jaffa
will give her piano recital at the Y.
M. C. A. Hail, assisted by Mrs.
John II. Paty. Tickets $ 1 each are
for sale at the Hawaiian News Co.'s
store, A. M. Ilewett's and W. II.
Graenlialgh's. Following is the
Sonata hi E lint Op 7 Beehovcn
Allegro, Lingo, Hondo.
Ciadle S'Uig Kjernlf
Spinning .Song Kctten
Song b.iy Nor Faicwcll Millard
.Mi-. .(. n. rnty.
IlhiMiations du piopliclc Lis?!
OsMaii, bnllnde No. 1 GotNchalk
Love toug.... Ilen-H-U
Hondo hi 111 mile Op 2!).... Mendelssohn
Song Darling Millard
Hni k the Lark.. Schubeit-Ltst
a. Polonaise A Hat
e. Etude -Chnpl'i
Ithaphodie No. 12 Lle?t
Polish dunce Scharwenka
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C. A. HALL,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 20th,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
T1CKKXH, S3 .OO.
JBSf I'Vr Sale at the Uool!8torts."a
Royal Hawaiian Opera House,
A GREAT EVENT !
By tho (pccinl icqiiubt of a number of
prominent rusldunts, the
manager of the
Has decided to plvo one more per
formance for tho .loint Benefit
of tho Greut AriiBts
Messrs. MOULTON & DASHWAY,
The DALE BROTHERS,
Tuesday Evening, Nov; 20tli,
a Special Programme
this occasion only.
Messrs. MOULTON & DASHWAY will in.
troducu several new fe its on the Hori
zontal Bur, one of which will bo to tuko
out the middle bur and do a somcis.iult
from one end to the other a dial mice of
Thtf DALE BROTHERS tvlll also Intro,
duco several new features.
Tho SILBONS will introduce for this
night only their
Beautiful Roman Studio Act
Living Models of Marvel Gems
No ouo should ralsa eeolng this
Nw Pantomimes by JOHN PII0IT and
tgrltemcuiber this is the last even
lug performance of this Company pie.
viouii to their leaving the Kingdom.
The management huvo decided to
Brrand IVTatinee; I
Wodncsday, Afternoon, Nov. 2Itl,
At 2i'IO o'clock Doors open at
Prices-Adults, 50c; Children, 25c.
3'Uox ofllce for, Tuesday night's
performance 1. nuvr open.
L. J. LEVEY,
03 td lluBlnesti Manager.
Ar iuu Luot mni inuiu.
advertise it iu the Daily Uuluctim
ii.Hji!i(i!!'iwitvwHPwigtiji m raw nut unman
tt'otlatiundtrl'-in head crt chtrgal 10 ctnti
ftr lint for thtfirtl InttrHtn, and 6 cinliper Une
trtry addUUnal in$ertin.
DYAITB BOAT BUILDING
XL SHOP. Itcar of Lucas' Mill.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
havo just received ox Australia
aaothcr lot of that " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEl'R" in kegs, which they
ar ofl'crltiff to their customer. 1)7 1 w
Pair Young Mares,
well. broken to bar.
icss. before tne 2Uin or
this month, must be good
flzo Apply to 0. HAMMER,
101 St Cor. Hai ness Stoic.
BY the Trustco of iho ERlato of Jno.
Boardman, deceased, 12 Slmres of
Stock in Hawaiian Agricultural Com.
pany, 0 shares in Wilder' S. S. Co. and
1 Building Lot at ICnlmlul, on which n
rental of $t00 par annum is received.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
101 Iw Trustee.
ANEW Coltngn of 3 Large
Rooms nnd Kltidiru, pa.
pared and painted, and elm
atcd mauka of Punchbowl stteetover.
looking tho head of Emma sticet. This
building is placed on leasehold land
the lease having several years to run.
Will be sold cheap for ca-h. Apply to
101 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, at 4 p. m.,
Slopping nt Lahainn, Maalaca, Makcna,
MiUukonaj arrives nt Kawsihae on
Wednefday. 2lst. at 8 r. M.
Leaving Kiwaluac on Filday, No.
vcmlier a.trd at 4 a. m, stops aiMnhu
kona, Maktnn, Ma-ilmu and Lahalna,
arriving nt Honolulu, Stturday, Nov.
24, ot noon.
WILDEBVS 8TE&MSHIP CO.
California Land Association.
THE undersigned have been appointed
afit'liN at Honolulu for the nliove
syndicate, Mini lmve been furnished with
plans uud lits of California Lands for
hiIp. (niemlhig purchasers of hands iu
California cut obtain the necensury in
f rniatioii in the "film of
J. E. BROWN" & CO.,
nov.lt US Merchant strict
Everything MUST and
SOLD LESS THEN COST !
To make room for tho
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fislud.
People's Own Price
As the Btoro is overstocked with
SST COME ONE !
1'or tho BAKOAINS at
CHAS. J. FeSHEL.
Corner ol Fort & llotol Streets.
63 & 05 FORT
Wew Goods I -So 03 New Goods I
Tho ladies arc inviUd to inspect our
NEW STOCK or DItY UOOS & FANCY OOODM
Kccoivod by last steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tho
stock comprises niuny novcllius in every department.
Prices are Bed Hock. A largo assortment of
BreH GJ-oocls iix sill New SHades !
Embroideries, Laces &. Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannolette, Tricot k Ladies' Cloth, otc.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & tyieiiot5.
Neiv IVovcltioM iu. lmHenJE$orHn Sha-vrln I
Ladies' Casseuiere Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets & Undorware at low prios
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
We call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A Full Uiiu ofI,mHcs' French Kid Itnttea Khoc
A Full liinc of Gent'H Nhneo,
4JIiiItreitH French Kid Sheen nt Bed Rock Price.
3Etilbons DEfcJCiOBOrS DRillon:3
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing I
Gent's Bathing Suits nt 91.60 a. Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort Sfcroot.
-ECS5- T 3BC
El-O-r Sc COIWCJP.TVY".
Bent s Furmsn
To lie W ia aiy store in In Kiuim!
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
"I70H Hat Making. Early application
Utl Iw J
E. 11UOWN & CO.
NEAT Cottaco of
HooiiiH, ISath-iooiu Iu
tho House, and Out-houses,
near tho Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffschl.iegcr & Co.'s. 07 tf
IN a nice locality, sur
rounded by well-kept
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Kooms, with hath and di cas
ing rooms, suitable for houseliceplug,
and if wanted mi additional loom can
bo added to either. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable and carriage room.
Address 1. O. Box 500. 77 lm
HOUSE td LET.
npilPJ House and Premises
JL lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Ei(., situato on Union
street and Adams Lane. Tho House
coataiiiH parlor, It bedroome, 2 (hissing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry ami
kitchen. There is alue u Cnttuge in tho
grounds with It roonn, Mnblc, carriage,
houso and servant's ro im. Tliu piece Is
in perfict older. 1'osuPBioiw given at
ouco Apply to
J. M. MONSAltUAT,
87 tf No. 'J7 Merchant street. .
to general cmiuhieR con
Whalc Iloat l'rames, wo
have now In course of construction,
a Yhale Boat Frames 74 ieet by 1)2 feet
long. These frames are bent In ouo
piece ot oak, mid held to bhape, thus
lequlrlug little tact to set them up and
lnilld. The full frame for such boatu.
Including cants, 40 sections in number,
Is sold at 28; with large stems on keel,
and ready to plank $40. They are not
intended to bo clinker built, nor aa the
fiall Imported whale boats pi oper, but
are intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for ilshlug and
trading purposes. We havo exported
these frames uud Intend doing so, and
mako this offer to amateurs and others
desirous ot trying their haud, with
plenty of lolsuro and small cash to make
a business. Will bend frames to any
glvcu model from C to 25 tons. Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Houts.
tUems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephouo No 325.
DOWEU & SON.
70 tf - lioat Uullderu.
m Goods, &(,
LOT FOB SALE
ON King street, opp alto
Mr. Allierton's. Qui
froutuge of 03 feet bj 281
feet deep. Apply to
ELECTION of OFFICE iS.
AT the annual meeting of the Ha.
, mini la bheep Station Co. held this
day, tho following ofilceis were el cted
for the ensuing year:
August Unneberg Presldi at,
( SccreU rr
Ed. Buhr 1 &
Armln Haneberg Audit r,
Manugcr ot'Wuikal ta,
Manager of Kaleie ia. .
Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1883. 1 7 lir
rpilIS is to certify that the Larg and
JL Commodious Dining llooms f C th
Cosmopolitan Kestan iant
Will be shortly extensively altared,
whereby greater convenience and com
fort will bo afforded to patrons, hlla
the tables will be supplied with very
luxury obtainable at th mark t, to
gether with tho very best ot Ten and
C'olfee. tarTerms, S3 per week.
83 2w Proprlc ;or.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al ateamship
Will leave Honolulu for the ah re
Tuesday, Nov. J JO,
For Freight or Passojr j, apply t
WM. O. IBWIN & CO., Ageik.
87 lw -'
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