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IIOHOLULU CARNAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
Btrcot. Telephones, 335.
THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1888.
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Koolau
Sehr fcaiah & Elba from Koolnu
Stmr Kuala for Walanac and AVnlaltin at
9 a m
Stmr AVnlinnunlo for Wnlniniinlo
Sch.t Mamioknwal for Koolnu
Sehr Sarah & Eliza for Koolou
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Kaala 800 bags tico.
Sclir Manuokawns yOO bags lice.
Bchr fininh & Ellza-350 bags lioc.
Tho schooner Luka will bo hauled on
tho Mnilnc Railway to-morrow to bo
cleaned after the steamer Kluau is
Steamers Lchua and Jlokolil is dno
on Sunday morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Business is exceedingly dull.
Thu Elite will have ininco pies of
lino quality on Saturday.
It Is prob.iblo' that thoro will bo a
half holiday on Saturday.
Jilts. Day, wifo of 'Capt. Day, of
tho U. S. S. Mohican, died recently.
It looks as if the Alameda would
bring the result of the Presidential
Tun Eoyal Hawaiian Band is play
ing at- the Queen's Hospital this
Tun Government schools' Christ
mas vacation will extend from De
cember 21st to January 1, 1889.
AV. H. Gkaenhaloii took with him
samples of Hawaiian tobacco and
cofl'eo and other island products.
Who can come tho nearest to stat
ing tho time at which the Alameda
will arris o from San Fianciscu?
The Honolulu Social Club will
givo its postponed dance with ladies,
this evening in thu Mclnerny Hall.
Do not bo impatient, as Wenner &
Co. aie making "all haste with the
opening of tliuir fine Btock" of holiday
This evening tho regular meeting
of tho Debating Society will bo held
at 7:30, when the House of Nobles
will be discussed.
Tim only criminal business in tho
Police Court was thrco continued
cases. This afternoon Judge Dayton
is hearing civil cases.
Mu. H. W. Schmidt, Consul for
Sweden and Norway, publishes a
notice iclating to Norwegian citizen
ship in another column.
ii . .
W.M. Moore, charged with vagrancy
a week or morn ago, was given until
tho 22nd to leave tho country, llo
is still around town doing nothing.
A circui.au to Government school
agents and public school teachers
appears in our By Authority column
, by oi dor of the Board of Education.
Messiis. T. H. Davies & Co. havo
for sale "Scuih Exterminator" which
in this countiy ought to bo much
sought after by thoso who do not liko
to seo weeds, scrub, etc., in their gai
dens. toA meetino of thocommitteo on tho
arrangements for the baseball games
by. tho visiting teams, will be held
this evoning at 7 :30 at tho Hawaiian
Hotel, to duoide on tho piogrammo
for tho day. Full particulars in to
At tho matinee in tho Opora IIouso
yesterday afternoon, the feat of turn
ing a somersault while passing bo
tween two horizontal bars twenty
feet apart, swinging from ono and
landing on the other, was successfully
performed by Mr. Moulton.
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Am alarm of firo was sounded a
few minutoa bcfoio (J o'clock last
evoning, but tho services of tho de
partment woro not required. A
lamp was upsot in Mr. Henry
Smith's kitchen, on Fort street, tho
oil taking lire causing quite a hlazo.
It, was put out without any damago
TWO TELEPHONE MESSAGES.
A telephone message was received
at; tjds oiljeo at 9:30. o'clock this
morning, that a white man had
dropped dend near Emma Square,
and that a doctor had been sum
moned to tho spot. About live
minutes later another message was
received to the effect that the man
was found to he dead drunk. Tho
affair caused a littlo excitement iu
the yicinity of tho Square.
AN ELEGANT LUNGH-RDPM.
Tq-day Mr. J. P. Bowen opened
his now lunch-room adjoining the
pantheon on JloteJ slrpet, with a
most elegant spread. Everything
about tho place is as heat as a new
pin, there is an attentive corp of
waiters and the lunch was ono of
tho best. The place was crowded
and everyone went away satisfied.
Meals will bo served hereafter at all
hours of tho day and night,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Utiles at
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society at usual titno
Dance, Honolulu Social Club at
Mclnorny Hall at 7:30.
Political mass meeting at the old
Armory at 7 :30.
UY I,. J. LBVKV.
Regular cash sale at 10 n. m.,
selling amongst other things tho con
tents of n retail dealer's store.
A SNEAK THIEF AT WORK.
Yesterday afternoon n sneak thief
made his appearance in tho dressing
rooms of tho Hawaiian Opera IIouso
and carried off a' handsome diamond
brooch valued at $125 belonging to
Miss Silbon. Tho latter lady at
that limo was on the stage watch
ing the pantomime.
It has pleased His Majesty to
make the following appointments:
Klaas Spijkmann, Esq., of Ams
terdam, to be His Majesty's Charge
d'Affaircs aud Consul-General for
the Kingdom of the Netherlands,
vice D. II. Schmill, Esq., resigned.
Sor D. Enrique Minquez, of Bar
celona, to be His Majesty's Clfhrec
d'Affaircs and Consul-General for
the Kingdom of Spain, vice Sor D.
Ricardo MonucrTSans, resigned.
LET US HAVE THE RECITAL.
There has been some talk of Ma
damo Jaffa giving a piano recital at
Oahu College, on Friday night.
That lady on being asked consented
to play. There is a very fine Miller
grand piano in the institution, and
the recital would be of great benefit
to the pupils, particularly those who
are studying music. But, we are
sorry to learn that the recital may
not come off, because a twice post
poned social is to take place that
evening in tho vestry of the Central
Union Church. It is to be hoped
that those having the latter in
chargo will be generous enough to
postpone it until ono evening next
week. It is not every day we arc
fortunate to have in our midst such
a brilliant performer on tho piano as
Madame Jaffa, There are a num
ber of people who were unable to
hear the Madame on Tuesday night,
and would be glad to have tho privi
lege of doing so to-morrow. An ap
peal is made to those iu charge to
postpone the social and let us have
the l coital by all means.
Yesterday afternoon about thiity
gentlemen, creditors of Mr. II.
Graenhalght met at the Arlington,
by, request of his attorney, Mr. C.
Mr. Bolte explained to the meet
ing the circumstances under which
he was prevailed upon by Mr.
Graenhalgh to act for tho latter dur
ing his absence.
Mr. Gracnhalgh's ostensible rea
son for leaving the kingdom in bo
abrupt a manner, was to secure a
legacy in New York, amounting to
After some discussion it was at
length decided, by unanimous con
sent, that an assignment be made
for the benefit of his creditors, of
all Mr. Gracnhalgh's goods and
chattels, and the meeting separated
at 4:30 p. in.
Since that time, however, the cie
ditors have reconsidered tho decis
ion then found, and Mr. Graen
halqh's business will, if no further
reconsiderations arc made, be allow
ed to go on until sulllcient time
shall have elapsed to hear from that
gentleman, who it is understood, has
promised to wire instructions from
New York to San Francisco in time
to catch the steamer duo hero on
21st of December.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS,
UKFOUE PRESTON J.
Tiiuiisday, Nov. 22d.
In tho matter of the bankruptcy
of Edward Lycan. Bankrupt's petf
tion for discharge. An objection to
tho discharge was filed by S, II.
Hobron, a creditor, on tho ground
that there is nothing on the record
to show that tho assignee's have
qualified, or that they have per
formed the duties required of thorn
by law and the rules of court; and
that this creditor is informed and
believes that tho bankrupt having
been a merchant and tradesman has
not kept proper books of account.
Another creditor, C. E. Williams,
also' opposed the petition and filed
his objections. After argument 4iy
the respective counsel upon tho ob
jections und agreement by them for
a continuance, the matter was con
tinued for ono week.
Tho Court ordered that the as
signee, AV. R. Castlo, do report to
tho Court on or before Thursday,
tho 29th of November, at 10 a. ni.,
of tho state of said bankrupt's es
tate and his proceedings thereon as
Mr. Qeorgo Sicman engaged him
self to marry Miss Mali Bernstein
of Washington, und put up a forfeit
of S60P that he would he on hand
at the time appointed. A fow days
before tho wedding ceremony ho
discovered that ho was afllcted with
heart disease, and ho released Miss
Bernstein, who took the monoy.
Mr, Sicilian is now a friend of tho
ah mmt show.
By the Alameda a strong addition
to the Gaylord and Silbon troupe is
expected, and it is intended to givo
a grand gala performance in tho
Opera IIouso Saturday evening.
Tho now arrivals will include tho
Stirk family renowned liicyclo riders
atioupo of champion high kickers
nnd grotosquo dancers aud a troupe
of roller skates. Tlicso with tho
Silbon troupo would make ono of tho
strongest kind of combinations and
atliact a crowded house. Look out
for full particulars in haturday's
srnncKKi.3' tactoiiv at watsoxvilt.e.
Tho San Francisco Evening Bul
letin of October 31st, has tho fol
lowing: Of all tho 150 men now engaged
at Claus Spreckels' new bect-suijar
factory at AVatsonvillc, none aro
busier daily than tho millionaire su
gar refiner himself. It is his boast
that he was trained to labor, and no
ono who has Been him there during
tho first work of beet-ciushing can
wonder that such earnest activitj'
has brought him success. Dicsscd
in old clothes, surrounded by the
necessary dirt of tho factory, he has
set all his workmen an example of
industry, There were hundreds of
details of crushing noted by him
during his recent trip to Germany,
which he could better show than
tell, and this he has been doing.
Only once during the past three
weeks or so has ho taken time to
come home. Last Saturday he
came to the city on tho morning
train, but the afternoon train took
him back to his work.
Regarding results of his experi
mental project, ho is satisfied and
enthusiastic. From the first he has
been confident of the success of the
beet-sugar industry in California,
when properly managed, with the
best modern mechanical appliances,
and the product that is being turned
out daily only serves to bear out his
predictions. The first shipments of
crude sugar came from AVatsonviHe
to the Potrero refinery last week,
and trains have since been biinging
carloads daily. The beets produced
about AVatsonviHe aro pioving very
satisfactory. One farmer whose
beets contained about 22 per ccut.
saccharine matter will net $8 a ton
for his crop. AVhcn the seed was
distiibuted the farmers were guar
anteed St a ton, but few anticipated
they would realize double that figure.
That the project is as much a suc
cess as could be is unquestioned.
The understanding now is that
when the busy times are through at
tho factor', Mr. Spreckels will think
matters over and arrange for the lo
cation atone or two favorable points
in the State of other plants for the
carrying on of the industry in which
ho has such confidence.
A writer in a Shanghai journal,
referring to the beggars of China,
says that large donations are given
to them by the people, but these are
in the nature of an insurance. In
tho cities the beggars are organized
into very powerful guilds, more
powerful by far than any organiza
tion with which they can have to
contend, for the beggars have noth
ing to lose and nothing to fear, in
which respects they stand alone.
The shopkeeper who should refuse a
donation to a stalwart beggar, after
the latter has waited for a reason
able timo am has besought with
what lawyers call "dno diligence,"
would be liable of invasion from a
horde of famished wretches, who
would render the existence even of
a stolid Chincso a burden, and who
would utterly prevent tho transac
tion of any business until their con
tinually rising demands should bo
met. Both tho shop-keepers and
the beggars understand this per
fectly well, and it is for this reason
that the gifts fiow in a steady, if
tiny, rill. ("London Times.
EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES AT SEA.
Tho national steamer Egypt, which
arrived at Quecnstown on the Mth
iiiBt., from Jiew York, reports that
the steamer Finnapc spoke, on the
30th of August last, a canoe only
30ft. long, containing Captain Slo
cuni, of tho wrecked barque Aquid
reck, his wife, and two sons, steer
ing a courso for Baltimore, after
covering 2900 miles. The occupants
of the canoe, which was named tho
Liberdale, refused to be taken on
board the Pinnace, which was
bound to New York. They told a
most thrilling talc of how their
barque, tho Aquldreck, in which
they had sailed two years ago from
Baltimore, was wrecked near Rio
Grande do Sul after nearly all tho
crew had died of small-pox, and of
their own marvellous escape from
the disease and from drowning.
After being rescued they built a canoo
with three masts, iu which to retun to
Baltimore. Sho was 30ft. long, Oft.
beam and drawing 3ft. of water. They
finally started in her o their long
Yoyagc in the' latter part of June,
provided -with weapons toklllsharkB
aud other big fish which might at
tack them. Up to the timo they
were spoken by tho Fiiinace llpy
had encountered terrific wenther.
They wero spoken by many passing
vessels, one steamer giving tlioin
provisions. Thoy wero qulto well,
and hopeful of reaghing Baltiinoro
safely, Captain Slocum.s two bohs.
aro aged sixteen and twelve respec
tively. Homo News.
OPIUM CONSUMPTION IN TAHITI.
The tepoit of tho Biltlsh Consul
in Tahiti for tho past year refcia to
tho attention excited by the con
sumption of opium by tho natives,
and the appeals made to tho French
Administration to take steps for
preventing its sale. It is said that
in the Marquesas Islands, where tho
uso of the drug, especially among
the women is very considerable, tho
population is rapidly diminishing in
numbers, aud it is feared tho result
will bo tho same in Tahiti. Tho
Fiench authorities are aware of this,
and moro stringent orders have
been issued to the police to prevent
tho Chinese from disposing of tho
drug to tho natives. Tho price to
bo paid for the solo licence to sell
opium for a period of two years is
open to public competition, and
scaled tenders nro received at the
stated periods. Tho farmer or con
tractor is allowed to sell 1100 lbs.
per annum, and that only to China
men. A good deal moro, however,
is sold, and finds ils way into tho
hands of tho natives, among whom
tho consumption is increasing. The
cost of opium in San Francisco is
about lGs. per pound; it is sold at
Tahiti from 5 to 5 lGs. 8d. Tho
successful contractor at the last
adjudication obtained the licence
for GG.OOOf. per annum. Including
this amount and all possible charges
and expenses, a profit of about 45
to 50 per cent per annum is made
on the sale of opium in Tahiti.
HE DID NOT
GO TO THE HOSPI
Hll COULD LI2AV THROUGH THE AIR.
MY object in writing is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a
great benefit, and to tell a short story
which cannot fail to interest the
feelings of many others. It is all
about myself, but I have remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself ho is all tho
more likely to be of use to his fellow-creatures.
To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you are aware is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Some months ago I had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I ever had before. It
wa3 probably brought on by my
catching cold, as we arc all apt to
do when we least expect it. AA'eeks
passed by, and my tiouble proved
to bo vciy obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as 1 also be
gun to havo vioienl racking pains iu
my limbs and back, I became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, I should have thought less
strangely of it ; but as, on the con
trary, I was hearty and robust, I
feared some new and terrible thing
had got hold of nfe, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I 8.13', that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down -for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and he frankly,
"I am sorry to havo to tell you that
you are getting worse!" This so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they said "Thomas,
you must yo to the Hospital', it
may be your only chance for life!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. AVho does, when ho
thinks he can possibly got along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a large family depending
on mo for support, and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God only knows how long. Right
at this point I had n thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day. I had heard
and read a good deal about Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken to the hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result 1 I had taken but
three doses within twenty-four hours
when I was seized with a fit of
coughing, and throw up the phlegm
ahd mucus off iqy chest by the
mouthful. The Syrup has looscnod
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
1 believo came from the bitter and
poison humors In my blood and
joints, soon left me entirely, and I
folt liko going to sleep, and I did
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
ns I nte I soon got strong atul well.
I felt I could leap through the
air with tleliyhtl
In a week 1 was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yot it is true, nnd tho neigh
bours know it. There are plenty
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at me.
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and Hiodf
cine vendors j and by tho Froprie
tors, A. J. AVhite, Ljmited, 35, Far
ringdonroad, London' E, C, Eng,
CA.NAKY Birds. Finder
will pleuse return to
.una. w J libit),
101 8t lolaul College.
XctUti tmdtr thli htad art tttntdtd 10 emit
ptr Kerf thtflrtt Inter lien, and 6 ccnttper line
tteiy aidlltvnal intfrtion,
MINCE PIES on Bnturday at the
"JSIlte." Jave your orders now.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
Xt SHOP. Hear ot Lucas' Mill.
rnillS is to certify that tUe Largo and
JL Commodious Dining Booms of tho
AVUl ho shortly extcnslvoly nltercd,
whereby greater convenience and com.
fort will be afforded to patrons, whilo
tho tables will ho supplied with every
luxury obtainable at tho market, to
gether with tho very best of Teas and
Coffee. ESTTcrms, $5 por week.
83 2 w Proprietor.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
THEO. H. DA.YIES & CO.'S.
HAVE A FINE LOT OP
Fat Turkeys !
To make room for the
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J, Fishcl.
People's Own Price
As the Store is
6T COME ONE t
For the DARGAIN8 at
CHAS. J. FI8HEL.
Corner oi Tori & Hotel Streets.
JOB PRINTING ot ollUInds exo.
outed at the Daily BuujixiH Ofllco.
LEWIS & CO.
gg irB.BSfiraH r
63 & 05 FOKT STREET.
New Goods ! fio 05 New Goods !
Tho ladies are invited to inspect our
NEW STOCK oiMY GOODS & VASOV GOODS
Received by last btenmer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ebrlich. TLa
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices aro lied Hock. A largo assortment of "
iOx-ess Goods in all IVev Shades !
Embroideries, Laces A Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot & Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Largo Assort. In.Dross Ginghams, Soorsnckers, Linen, Chambray & (Miot :.
Nov NovellicH in LartloH' Berlin SUivwlw I
Ladies' Casscmcre Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets fc Undenrarc at low pri3
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
AVo call particular attontion to our Shoo Department.
A Fall ILino oT IintlicH French Kid Button Shoes,
A Fall liine of Gent's Shoe.
Childrcn'H French Kid Shoes at Bed Bock Price?.
3Etibloiis 0RI3BJBO1VS IRJUbTbon 3
In all AVidtliB, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Gent's Bathing Buits at $1.50 a Suit.
EKG3--AJF? &z OOMJP.AJN"Y.
NEW GOODStBajJSTNEW GOODStSa -JJEAV GOODS
AVE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION" OF
Fancy Goods SuitaMe for tiie Hay Seasm
Satin Table Scarfs, Shade'd Plushes, Velvets, Sural s,
O-nco CurtnliiH. Stamped TiaiOB, Slioo BaRO, 33to.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille," Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, I tc.
AAro call particular attention to our fine iclection in
MoMafle Clotli! for Ms, Yontts & Gilrei!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immensp Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fino in
Mies' & Misses' Boots, Sloes & Sliers & Gents' Gait! rs
Call on us boforo going elsowhere.
33s- STBJOPIIGS- DONE -g
C3?-Mrs. E. C. Howo'b beautiful work
ETIETJENS wl.ll attend to my bus!.
ucss during my absence from the
Kingdom. A. JAEGER.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1888. 102 lw
A NEAT Cottage of
' n. KOOI11K. Unth-rnnm
UOOIIIK. IliUh-rnnm In
tbo House, and OuHioiirgs.
near the Slormons Church, now occu
pied by Sir. Vogcl. Apply to Sir.
Vogcl, at Hoffsclilacger & C'o.'s. 97 tf
TN a nice
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished Itooms, with bath and dress
ing rooms, suitable for housekeeping,
and if wanted an additional room can
bo added to cither. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stablo and carriage room.
Address P. O. Uox COO. 77 lm
HOUSE to LET.
TIIE IIouso and Promises
lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Esq., situate on Union
street and Adams Lane. The House
contains parlor, H bedroom?, 2 dressing
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. Thuro is also a Cottago In the
grounds with 1) rooms, stable, carriage,
liouso and sorvunt'a room. Tho place is
in perfect order. Possession given at
once. Apply to
J. Sr. 1IONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant slrcot.
' auswfer to several oimulilca oiii
cerninir Whale Hoat l'raincs, wo
havo now in I'.nnrsn of ivintriinitnii
AVluilo Vot Frames 74 feet by 3'J feot
long. Tlicso frames aio bent in one
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
requiring mtlo tact to set tlioni up aud
build. '4'ho full framo for suoh boats,
l.uoludlng canU, 45 sections iu number,
is sold at 828; with large stems ou keel,
and ready to plank $40. Thoy are not
Intended to be clinker built, nor aa the
frail Imported whale boats proper, but
aro Intended for rough use aud durabi
lity, yet light withal, for tUuttiB nnd
trading purposes. Wo baye exported
these frames niu lutoiul doing so, and
inako this offer to amateuM and otbors
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure ami small cash to mako
a business. AVIU beud francs to any
glvcu model from 0 to 25 ton. Also on
hand for Bale Surf and Pleasure Boats,
Steins, Knees and Timbers, ilutual
Telephone No U25.
D01VEH A SON.
70 U Uoat Guilders.
9 i&PiUtfPiii ?''
C3 & OB Fort Btroet.
in Point laces on exhibition here
17 - 88
IPalr Young Mi ti,
wcll.brokeu to iar.
n ess, before the 20t i of
this month, must be i ood
size Apply tc
Apply to C. HAMMER,
(Jor. Harness Btoi a.
PONY FOR SALE.
verslblo child's sa dle
with DriUle. All- om.
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stal les.
LOT FOR SALE
On mng street, opp jI
Mr. Athcrtou's. His
frontage of 93 feet
feet deop. Apply to
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Hu.
muula Sheep Btation Co. held this
day. tho following oflkeri tvere el ,-tcd
for tho ensuing year:
August Haneberg, Presldi it,
Annin Hnuoberg....Vic.Presidi it,
i-i a i ( Secret) y
Ed.Buhr i &
. , T . , Traui v,
Armin Hanobcrg Audit r,
" Mwoger of Walkal a,
Manager of 'Kaleie a.
, , Secrets r.
Honolulu, Nov. 12, 1 888. I fltt
Tax Collector's Notice.
I70R the accomodation of Tax-p yora
. in this district who cannot son
voulently call at tbo Collector's (. fllco
uurlug business hours, the ofllco will
bo open for tho receipt ot Taxes (Ii au
dition to the usual hours durlrk tho
day.) from 7 to 0 o'clock In the jve-
"!!'. Ir9m ,hu 19lh '' Be ,1st
1888, both dates included.
Any Tax-payer In this district who
will leave hi name and address i . the.
Collector's Olllee, Intimating tha hoi
Utwlros to pay his taxes, will reeei i his
tax receipt by messenger, as ajly
thereafter ns possible, to whom h can
give the numum, thereby avoldin , tho
annoyance of delay at the Tar Oil o lu
waiting for tho regular turn.
w OjAS. t. GULIOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Da ,u.