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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Ilnck Btand : Merchant and 'Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
B& Christinas, New Years and
Birthday Cards, of the very latest
styles, selected by our Mr. W. C.
King during his late trip to Ame
rica. Come now before tlio rush,
and get first choice. All goods new.
Anything purchased now will bo put
asido subject to order.
' Art Store.
MONDAY, NOV. 2G, 1888.
S S Alameda from San Francisco en
lontc for the Colonics
Bk Colonia, 25 days from Portland, Or,
en loutc for Hongkong
Stmr Mlkahala from Kauai
Stmr Iwalani from llamakua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lchua for llamakua at 5 p m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at C p m
btmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at C p m
Stmr Waialcalo for Kauai at C p in
S S Alameda for the Colonics at 10 p m
Stmr Leliua for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 p m
StmrKaala for Waialua and Walanae
at 9 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolati
Bgtuc Consaclo for San Fianeisco
atmr Kilaucafor Maui and Hawaii at
B p m
Fiom San Francisco per S S Alameda,
Nov 25 Hon T 1 Beigeu, Miss K Bou
nar, G F Fanning, wife and grund
chlld.lMiss Lulu Fanning, C J Fishel,
Alfud T Hartwoll, F H Hayselden,
wife, live children and servant, A Her
bert, T G dribble, wife and child, J
Grace and child, Miss JIcBiide, Hon P
N Makee, Mis Milieu, W Maeiteui, A
G Moiehead, Hon V U I'aiko and wife,
John M Sass, Mr Shmett, II Waltcis,
W Walters, F Wilding, Hon II A Wide
lnannvJ W Webster, and 24 steerage;
G cabin and 0 steciage for Auckland,
and 81 cabin and CO steerage for Syd
nev. .. Fiom namakua nor stmr Iwalani,
Nov 25 Col V V Ashford and 20 deck.
J?iom Kauai and .Nilhau, per stmr
Mlkahala, Nov 25 -C AI Cooke, K K G
Wallace, W L CottrelG S Gaj', Mrs II
Isenbcig, and 29 dock.
Irom Honolulu for tho Colonies per
S S Alameda, Nov 25 Mis Adrian
Dudoit, Alt Clark, F 11 Arnold, Mine
Jaffa and daughter, G Dashawny, (J Sll
bou and wife, Ida Silbon, Mrs Bolllus,
W Silbon, D Dale, W Hale, J Phoits,
H Moulton, A Tnorne, II Simpson and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mlkahala 318 bags sugar, 120 pekgs.
Iwnlaul 404O bgs sugar.
Walaleale 1350 bgs sugar, 775 bgs l Ice.
The sailing of tho bktne S G Wilder
has been put off until Thursday noon.
At San Francisco: Nov 10, sclir W S
Bowne. 20 days from Honolulu; Nov
14, bk C D Bryant, 15 days from Hono
lulu. At Auckland: Nov 10, S S Zealandla,
At Singapore: "Nov 9, S S San Mateo,
From Sou Francisco: Nov 8 bktne
Discovery; Nov 10, brig W G Irwin,
both for Honolulu. Nov 13, brig Geo
H Douglass for Kahulul.
From Bremen : Nov 12, German bk G
N Wilcox, for Honolulu.
From Port Towusend, Nov 0, bark
Ceylon for Honolulu.
From San Pcdio, Nov 12, sclir J O
Ford, for Honolulu.
Brig Lurlliie for Hllo On Nov 18; S S
Australia on Deo 4, b irk Sonoma, bktne
W H Dlmond, bk Lady Lampsou, and
AV S Bowno, all for Honolulu.
Sept 12, lat 20 deg 10 rain S, long 89
deg 10 mln W, bk Amy Turner lrom
Boston for Honolulu.
Tho stmr Iwalani will sail for Laha
' ina and llamakua on Thuisday morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
The bk Coloma, Capt O M Noyes,
has 7 cabin and 200 Ohlneso stcerago
passengers In transit for Hongkong.
Tho urJgantlno Conmiclo sailed for
Sau Francisco at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, taking 080 bags of sugar, 3,528 bgs
'of rice, and 170 bauds of molasses.
Value 1 22,G78 57.
LYLE AtDaitinouth, N. S., Canada,
October 28, 1888, Deborah, widow of
tho late Alexander Lyle, mother of
Mr. James Lyle, of Honolulu, aged
32 years, leaving many children,
SWIFT At Montreal, on October 27th,
from brain disease, Pi of. F. J. D.
Swift, (formerly of Notro Damu (Jnl
veislty, Indiana') aged 07 years. Ho
leaves a widow and three daughters
to mourn his loss, two of whom Mrs.
Nellson and -Mrs. McDowull aro
residents of this city, Deceased was
a, rcsldcnt-of Honolulu for about 12
months, and gave a scries of lectures
on scleuco, eto.
Denmark is an immense dairy.
Tho export of butter last year
amounted to 45,000,000 pounds,
and Us quality is said to havo boen
excellent and wonderfully uniform.
The business is conducted on scien
' LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
MlNOE pics at the Elito.
A suoaii boiler is wanted.
A oAiiniAOE robo has been lost.
retriovor pup has boon
Mn. Justico Dolo sits at Ghainbcis
Mi:sbrs. Ilackfcld it Co. havo fresh
shipments of beer for sale
Tin: Cleveland men have gono in
tho country for a vacation.
On Wednesday Mr. J. F. Morgan
will hold a special sale of clothes.
The Likeliko sails to-morrow after
noon at 5 o'clock, to portB spcciilcd
in an advertisement.
Mn. Chas. J. Fishel returned on
tho Alameda with a largo new stock
of fine holiday goods.
Mcssns. J. E. Brown kCo. shipped
a largo quantity of their aerated wa
ters on the Alameda.
Tun sum of $122.50 was sent to
Sydney for tho widow and children
of tho Into J. 51. Kippen.
Messrs. Brewer & Co. will des
patch a vessol from Boston in Janu
ary. Bead notice elsewhere.
No gale of tho Pau lands was ef
fected this noon. The salo has been
postponed to Monday, Dec. 3rd.
The Hawaiian News Company, A.
M. Howctt and Purser Button havo
our thanks for late files of papers.
The Yacht Casco with Eobert
Louis Stevenson on board, may bo
looked for at any time from Tahiti.
Ir you want some handsome
Christmas, New Year's and Birthday
cards call at King Bros.' store with
The inhabitants of Kalaupapa,
Molokai, aro profuse in their thanks
to Mr. H. J. Nolte of tho Beaver sa
loon, for a. present of five hundred
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The electric light was put out at
10 o'clock lust night to allow tho Ala
meda to leave port. It was lighted
again aftor she had cleared the
Chas. L. Carter Esq. has presented
to tho Law Library of the Supienie
Court 4 volumes Statutes Ohio, a va
luable auxiliary to tlio rcpoitsof that
State already in tlio library.
Wednesday being Hawaiian Indc
pendoiik.u.JD.iy, tho band will play at
the Puluco in the niorning. Thurtr
da evening the band gives uThunkb
ghitig conceit at Emma Bquaic.
The funeral of the late Mrs. U. S.
N. Emerson, took plncc Sunday
afternoon nt Waialua, the services
being conducted by Revs. E. S. Tinio
tco, C. M. Hyde and S. E. Bishop.
There will bo a Thankbgiving eei
vico at St. Andrew's Cathedral Thurs
day morning at 11 o'clock, conducted
by Rev. Geo. Wallace. Tho sermon
will bo preached by the Rev. Heibert
Mr. D. T. Bailey, proprietor of the
Crystal Works, owns tho right and
title in the Hawaiian Islands, of tho
Sarsaparilla and iron water, an ex
cellent diink which ho puts up in
pints and quarts.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Harmony Lodge No. 2, I. O.
O. F. at 7:30.
Public band concert at Emma
Square at 7:30.
Lodge Le Progres de POcennic A.
F. and A. M. at 7:30.
Madame Jaffa, tho pianist and
daughter left for the Colonies on the
Miss McBride came on the Ala
meda on a visit to Miss Dora Dow
sett. Hon. F. II. and Mrs. Hayselden
with their family returned to their
island home on the Alameda.
lion. H. A. Widemann looks well
and hearty, after a two months
visit on the Coast.
Tho name of Mr. John D. Sprock
et has been mentioned for tho posi
tion of Secretary of the Navy in
Messrs. Herbert J. Fairfax and
David Walker of the Sydney Y. M.
C. A., who have been attending the
World's Y. M. C. A. Conference at
Stockholm, wcro through passen
gers on the Alameda. During tho
stay of tho steamer they were enter
tained by members of the Honolulu
1 , M. U. A.
Hon. W. C. and Mrs. Parke re
turned from the East on the Ala
meda, being warmly welcomed by
thejr numerous friends. Tito health
of Mrs. Parko is much improved
and she has enjoyed her visit ex
ceedingly. Mr. Parke wo aro sorry
to say has not really benefitted by
his trip as- he had quite a severe ill
ness in Boston. Mjbs Bernico Parke
will remain on tho Coast until Feb
ruary. Mr. A. G. Spalding, President of
tho Chicago Baseball Club, his
mother, Mrs. II. I. Spalding, ac
companied by Mrs. Ira Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Smith and
Mr. Arthur W. Richardson, drove
out to Waikiki yesterday, aud paid
n viBit to II. R. II. Princess Kaiu-
Mr. and Mis. 'J?, G. Gribble wore
among the passengers on tho Ala
meda. Mr. A. C. Thorno, of Melbourne
took his departure ou the Alameda.
! i i
They aro Loyally Entertained.
The Royal Mail steamer Alameda
after disappointing everyone on Sa
turday by her non-arrival, was sig
nalled off Diamond Head at half
past live o'clock Sunday morning.
Soon after that thcro was consider
able activity all over town and
crowds of pcoplo began to assemble
on the different wharves. As tho
steamer lay off tho boll buoy wait
ing for the pilot, telescopes and
opera glasses wcro brought into re
quisition for tho purpose of inter
pretation of the various signals dis
played by the steamer As to the re
sult of tho Presidential election.
Tho Hawaiian flag was noticed Hying
from the foremast and as it had
been arranged by Mr. G. E. Board
man before leaving San Francisco
with tho Hon. 11. A. Widemann,
that it should be hoisted there in
case of tho election of Harrison,
shouts of "It's Cleveland" were
soon turned into those of "It's Har
rison." A bandanna flag displayed
on the steamer gave the Democrats
considerable hope. After the steamer
had passed tho lighthouse it became
pretty generally known that Harri
son was the next President of tho
United States. "Within half an hour
after the arrival of the Alameda an ex
tra was issued from the Daily Bul
letin ofllcc, giving the result of the
electoral vote, with other news. This
extra was pretty well scattered
through the town.
The deck of tho steamer as she
drew near the dock was lined with
passengers, among them several
well known island people and the
Spalding baseball tourists. The
Hawaiian band was on the wharf
and played several appropriate se
lections as a welcome to the tour
ists. Mr. George W. Smith had
previously boarded the steamer and
presented a number of our i cs.idonts
to Mr. A. G. Spaldiug, (who by the
way, is n cousin of Mr. Smith's),
the manager of the ball teams and
an enthusiastic Dascuau man Him
self. Carriages decorated with Hags
wero in leadincss and conveyed the
baseball party to the Hawaiian Ho
tel, wheie shortly afterwards they
partook of breakfast.
At 10:30 o'clock the baseball
party and their friends, accompanied
1)3 Iiis Excellency Geo. W. Merrill,
U. S. Minister Resident, formed in
a lino of twos in frout of the Hotel,
and marched to tho Palace, led by
the band, and preceded by a num
ber of ladies in carriages. At the
Palace Mr. J. W. Robertson, Vice
Chamberlain, presented Mr. Merrill
to His Majest3', Mr. Merrill pre
sented Mr. Spalding, and Mr.
Spalding presented thu following
ladies and gentleman : A. C. Anson
and wife, John M. Ward, Fred.
Pfeffer, W. M. Earle, Fred. II.
Carroll, James II. Manning, Harry
II. Simpson, Ed. N. Williamson and
wife, John K, Tener, Frank Lin
coln and wife, Edward II. "Crane,
John Ilealy, R. II. Pottit, II. W.
Chase, T. E. Burns, T. P. Daly, T.
S. Brown, Martin C. Sullivan,
Geo. W. Smith and wife, Geo. A.
Wood, James Ryan, Leslie Robison,
Jr., S. Goodfricnd, J. M. House, I
A. Turner, Prof. Bartholomew, Mrs.
II. I. Spalding, Percy P. Moore,
George Wright, W. I. Snyder, A. Q.
Laird, Edward Hanlon, Mark Bald
win, Clarence Duvall, James G.
Fogarty, W. D. Osten, W. Shimcall,
Newton McMillan, Harry Palmer,
James Fitzgerald, II. W. Hopkins.
His Majesty was attended by
Prince Kawananakoa, Mr. J. W.
Robertson, Mnjor Bertleman, Major
Cornwcll, Hon. John A. Cummins,
Hon. John Ena, Hon. Sam. Parker,
Mr. Geo. C. Beckley, and Mr. T.
Shortly after the return of the
party to the Hotel, a request in
writing that a gamo of baseball be
played during tho day was present
ed to Mr. Spalding on the Hotel
balcony. Tho document had been
in circulation an hour or two only,
but was signed by over a thousand
persons, among whom figured quite
a percentage of citizens in tho front
rank of prominence. Mr. Spalding
replied that ho would take ten min
utes for consideration, and would
then give a definite answer. After
a brief retirement for consideration
and consultation, tho gentleman re
turned aud stated that ho and his
men would have been pleased to
havo given an exhibition of baseball
play on that day, did tho law of the
country admit of it; but they had
started out from home with the pur
pose of being regulated in each
country visited by the laws of that
country, and ho had been advised
that the Sunday law of this country,
a portion of which ho read, prohi
bited their playing; therefoie, they
could not play, and thore would bo
no game. Many murmurs of dis
appointment wero heard from the
large company of bystanders on tho
balcony and in tho Hotel grounds.
Lunch over, the paity of visitors
broke up into smaller parties and
employed the afternoon in seeing
what they could in the litno of the
city and its suburbs. They wero
taken in hand by our own people,
who did thejr best to entertain tho
strangers, and apparently to the
entire satisfaction of the lattcrs,
At 0 o'clock In the evening tho
party again rendezvoused at tho
Hawaiian llotct, and from thcro
went to Queen Kapiolani's private
retreat, Honuakaha, at the corner
of Queen and Punchbowl streets, to
participate in a native feast provided
by tho King, lions. S. Parker, J. A.
Cummins, J. Ena, nnd Geo. C.
Tho grounds presented a charm
iiig appearance. Illuminations among
tho trees and shrubs wcro pi of use
and pretty. Tho marquee in which
tho feast was spread was a mass of
giccnery brought from Waimanalo
by Hon, John Cummins. A large
proportion of tho edibles also came
fiom the same place, and was tho
gift of tho same gentleman. Two
long tables, raised a few inches only
from the floor, running from end to
end of the marquee, with a third
runninc at right auglcs across one
end, wero laden with every mention
able kind of food that can constitute
a genuine Hawaiian feast.. In addi
tion to tho foreign visitors, a large
company of Honolulu people at
tended. The 'Kawaihau Quintette
Club was on hand to furnish string
and vocal music. The King sat at
the centre of the cross table, with
Mrs, Spalding mother of Mr.
Spalding of the Bascballcrs,
at his right, and Ilis Excellency C.
W. Ashford. Attornev-Gcncral on
But little speechifying followed
the feasting. Mr. Ashford, in a few
appropriate words and in the name
of the King, proposed tho health of
the baseball players and the excur
sionists accompanying them, in
whoso honor the feast was given.
Mr. Spalding responded, express
ing his sincere thanks and the thanks
of those ho represented, for tho
generous and unexpected attention
bestowed upon them during their
day's stay in Honolulu, culminating
with the magnificent feast in which
tlicv had all shared. He said that
ho and his party wero bascboll
players, and not orators. They
were in the position of the mariner
who went to sea and found that he
had left his anchor at home. They
had left their orator at home. They
felt deep gratitude all the same to
His Majesty and iiis subjects for
their real kindness. Mr. Spalding
before sitting down, proposed a
toast to the King and his loyal sub
jects. A call was made for Mr. Frank
Lincoln. This gentleman is the
comical genius of the party, and as
some present had enjoyed his com
icalities dnring tlio day they were
anxious to get a little more in the
evening. Mr. Lincoln slated that
after-dinner speeches were not in
his line, but ho had heard several in
his life time, of which he would give
a few samples. He then proceeded
to deliver a German, a French, an
English, an Irish, and an American
speech. The imitation of each na
tionality was describably amusing.
The companythen retired from the
Aftor the luau the tourists with a
large number of friends wero driven
to the wharf. Here was found as
sembled an immense number of peo
ple, also the Hawaiian band. The
deck of the steamer presented a gay
scene, ns most of the departing pas
sengers were covered witli leis. A
fow minutes before ten o'clock, the
time announced for departure, tluee
hearty cheers with a tiger wcie
given for the lung, tne reception
committee, Hon. J. A. Cummins,
tlio Hawaiian hand, dipt. Morse
and the Daily Bulletin. The crowd
on the wharf responded with hearty
cheers for Mr. Spalding and the
tourists. Punctually at 10 o'clock
the lines were cast off and tho laige
steamer swung out into tlio stream,
the bandplaying Auld Lang Syne.
As the vessel headed for the chan
nel tho band played the Star Span
gled, God Save the Queen, closing
with tho Hawaiian National Anthem.
Tho toutists sang several choruses
in rcsponso which wero hoard from
tho wharf until after the steamer
passed the lighthouse. It was with
out doubt one of the biggest send
offs ever given to a steamer leaving
Among the tourists on the Ala
meda wcro the following newspaper
correspondents: Mr. Harry Palmer
of the Jr. Y. Sportina Times,
Philadelphia Sportina Life, artd
Associate J' r ess Mr. Wm. Miller,'
of the Melbourne Sporting News;
Mr. S. Goodlriend, of tho New
York Tribune, and a syndicate of
papers; Mr. Nowton McMillan of
the New York Sun, and Mr. S. De
George of the Chicago Daily News,
Sydney Herald, nnd tho South
Australian lleghtcr. These gentle
men, in conversation wtyh a repre
sentative of tho Buixutik, a short
tiiuo before departure, expressed
themselves as highly delighted witlt
their reception here. Their impres
sions of Honolulu wero of tho most
favorable nature, nnd they intended
to spread thcin broadcast as such,
They desired, through tho Bullk
tin, to tender their thanks to the
pcoplo of Honolulu for their kind
attentions. Mr. De George desired
especially to thank Mr. ThoinaB
Lucas, Mr. Robt. More, and others
who had taken lihn iu hand and
treated him like a prince.
Tho Salt Trust in Englaud has
mado a big advance in prices, caus
ing a great outcry.
Emperor "William is suffering with
an eye trouble that threatens blindness,
On Friday tho 23rd inst. His Maj
esty tho King conferred tho decora
tion of officer of tho Ko3'al order of
tho Star of Oceania, upon Mn
Goorgo C. Beckley, the popular
purser of tho Kinau. On that day
Mr. Bcckloy celebrated the anniver
sary of twenty-five years spent at
sea, and during that time he never
lost a single day.
The Hawaiian Bond will give a
public concert this evening nt
Emma Square, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: TAUT I.
March- Gypsy Baron Strauss
Overture-A Summer Evening. . .Suppo
Ballad-Good Night Abt
Selection M arltana Wallace
Mlkiol, Malama, Nowelo.
Medley Ye Olden Times . . . . . . . Beyer
Waltz Toreador Boyle
Tolka Marvelous Tower Fahrbaeh
Galop Vlvat Zlkoff
Jfeticei under Ml Xeod an chergid 10 cli
per line far thefirtt intertin, and S cents per Une
every aldilitnal instrtitn,
TH E President of tho United Btatei
and the Minister of Interior of
Hawaii Ncl have declared the 28th and
20lh November, as days of Thanks
giving. It is an old establish custom
to cat go'od Mince Pics on those days,
and as tho Elite Ice Cream Parlors are
well known to make tho best pies In
tho city you'll kindly leave your orders
at the "Elite." 107 2t
IIAYE A FINE LOT OP
Fat Turkeys !
SOLD LESS THEN COST !
To make room for tho
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chas. J. Fishel.
People's Own Price
As the Btoro is overstocked with
Stt- COME ONE 1
For tho BARGAINS at
CHAS. J. FISHEL,.
Corner ol Fort & Hotel Street.
LEWIS & CO.
iooj ITOIt SAJL.EJ. lm I
63 & 5 FOltX
Now Goods ! o-
The ladies are invited to inspect our
NEW' T(H of MRY UOODK &. FANCIf 0018
Kecoived by last steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrliok. T
stock comprises many novelties ,iu every department.
Prices nro Bed Bock. A large assortment of
Dress Goods in all New liad.e I
Embroideries, Laces fc Oriental Lace, Flouncinc,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot fc Ladias' Cloth, tc.
Large Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cneiio i.
3Ne-v jVovelticH In L.u11ch' Berlin. SkavvlH !
Ladies' Casacmcre Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets it Underwaro at low prios
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
Wo call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Fall Tiinc of Ladies' French Kid Button HUoch,
A Fall Iiine of Gent's Hhmcf.
Children's French Kid Shoes at Bed Bock Frio. s.
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and' Children's Clothing
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a, Suit.
63 & 65 Fort btreot
-KS T 3BC
IBI&j&JS &: OOM-AJSTY.
NEW GOOS-a e-NEW
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy Gooas SuitaDle for the Holmay Seasin
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Flushes, Velvets, Sura" ta,
X.uoo OurtnliiH, Hlamped Tidies, fcSlioo 33 a era, Etc.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, ' tc.
We call particular attention to our line selection in
Mom-Mte Cloli for Gents, Yoiis k C!1m!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ah Immense Assortment in ETeck&ea r,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Ladies' k Misses' Boots, Shoes k Slipers & Gents' Galti rs
Call on us before going elsewhere.
Beg STAMPING- IOIS"JE $
CJrMrs. E. C. Rowo's beautiful
A NKAT Cottage
' V Jtoonis.
the House, and Out-houses,
near tbu Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogcl, at Iloffschlacger & Uo.'s. 97 tf
ANEV Cottago of 3 Largo
Ilooms and Kitchen, pa.
pared and painted, and situ
ated mauka of Punchbowl street over
looking the bead of L'mmu street. This
butlding is placed on leasehold land
tho lease having several years to run.
Will bo sold cheap for cab. Apply to
101 2w J. E. BROWN & CO.
TO LET on LEASE
A FURNISHED Mansion
delightfully situated at
the corner of King and ICeenu.
moku streets, and contilnlng i Rooms,
Kitchen, Bath-house, Stable, Carriage
house, etc. Thcro Ib also a fine garden
and largo backyard. The buildings are
new and hi excellent order. Applv to
102 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
HOUSE to LET.
THE House aud Premises
lately occupied by W. 8.
Luce, Kfq,, situate ou Union
street and Adams Lano. The House
contains pitrlor, it bedroom?, 2 dressing,
rooms, lut 11 way, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. There is also a Cottage in the
grounds with St room, stable, carriage
house and bcrvanl's room. The place Ib
In perfect order. Possession given at
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
Tax Collector's Notice.
170R tho accomodation of Tax-payers
X in tins unmet wuo cannot con
veniently call at tho Collector's OOtce
during business hours, the olllce will
ho open for tho receipt of Taxes (In ad
dition to tho usual hours during the
day,) from 7 to !) o'clock In tho eve
ning, from tho 10th lust., to Dec. 1st
1888, both dates Included.
Any Tax-payer In this district who
will leave his namo and uddrcRs at the
Collectei's Olllce, intimating that hu
deslies to pay his taxes, will receive his
tax rccelptTiy messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom ho can
give the amount, thoieb avoiding tho
auuoyauce of delay ut the Tax Olllce in
waltiug for thu regular turu.
OJAtf. T. GUMOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oahu.
-oKS New Goods I
GOODS"a K5-NEW GOODS
SPLENDID SELECTION OF
in Point Laces on exhibition here
17 - 88
ETIETJENS will attend to mj usl-
ness during my absence fron the
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 18S
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE frr a
child. Nct. re
versible child's bs Idle
with bridle. All om-
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Sta des.
For Sale Valuable T.tro
LAND off Lililia strce , dl
rcctljr in the rear if J.
H. Black and Clark pren ises,
consisting of building lo and
three large taro patches, area
about 1 M acres. There Is a leaio pon
this land which has three years mr e to
run, at an annual rental of $ 100, 1 lya.
bio semi-annually in advance on tL 1 1st
day of July and January, Lessee pay
taxes and water rutes. This proi erty
was formerly owned by Keonl I- ipu.
Vineyard street when eztcndel vill,
after crossing Ltlllia street, run 1 'ong
the makal side of this proporty g lng
it a frontage on tho street. This pro.
perly is now reached by a lane rui dug
from the Ewa side of Lillhi s -eel.
Title perfect. For further partlc lain
enqulro of J. M. MONSARR T.
answer to sovcral cuaulrles con
cerning Whale Boat Frames w'a
havo now In course of construi Jon,
a Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 3 fcot
long. These frames are bent In ot
plcco of oak, aud held to shape, thus
icnulrlug little tact to set them u aud
build. The full frame for such I mts,
including cants, 45 sections In nui dier,
Is sold at 923; with large stems ou 'tecl,
aud ready to plunk $ 40. They ai not
Intended to be clinker built, nor 1 1 tlio
fiall Imported whalo boats propei , but
are Intended for rough use and du abi
lity, yet 'light withal, for tlshlug aud
trading purposes. Wo havo exp irted
these frames aud Intend doing sc and
make this offer to amateurs and chers
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure aud 6mull cash to nak.
u Imalnes-i. Will bend frames tr any
given model from 6 to 25 tons. Al o on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure 1 oats.
Stems, Knee and Timbers, W ttuoi
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SOlv ,
70 tf BoitJInlld rs.