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DAILY BtTTiTiWIlTK: .TIONOTAITiU, H, I tJAOTAiRY 2, Mm
i if1 ' '
Mm Mw twmi
In accoiilnncc with Sec. I o( clus
ter XXV II of tho laws of issn.
All perioni holtliiiB wnter irivi
logo or those paying water rtp, np
hereby notifloil Hint the wntor rates
for the torm ontling June ftO, 1SSU,
will bo due nml payable nl the olllro
of tbu Honolulu Wator Works on
tlto 1st of Jammry, 1SS0.
All such nt tea lciunining unpaid
for fifteen day., after they are duo,
will bo subject to mi ndditionnllO
Putties paying rnlri will please
picscnt tboir last receipt.
Utiles sue payable nt tho olliee of
tho 'Water Woiks in llio Knpuniwa
Tho stntuto allowing no discielion,
strict onforccinent of this clauso will
G1IAS. 1!. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Witter Works.
Tlqnolulu, Doe. l-l, 1S88.
x ix .ij:
Pledged to neitl.cr Sect nor Party,
But established lor the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2. 1880.
OCCUPATIONS OF HAWAIIANS.
The census of 1881 reported 12,
351 contract laborers, and 10,908
engaged in other branches of agri
culture; showing that 23,319 out
of the total population of 58,055 un
der 50 years of age, are at work on
the products of" tho soil. 22,523
arc under 35: G,7ol arc over 50
years of age. 15,798 are women
between 15 and 50. Of the total
population of 80,578 there ought to
be after deducting from this total,
women, children and the superan
nuated a working fotee of -10,000.
Of 39,541 who are reported as hav
ing some occupation, 3,919 arc en
gaged in some mechanical pursuit.
In the table showing the occupations
of 0,015, both. foreigners and 11a
waiians, 113 different occupations
are reported for 1,81-1 Ilawaiians,
out of a total of' -10,01-1. It may be
a matter of interest to see how these
may be classified, as showing what
occupations Ilawaiians seem to pre
fer,and what branches of industry arc
still open for them to enter. Of those
that may be classed as literary, such
as teachers, judges, lawyers, edi
tors, clergymen, printers, there are
' 153, moro . than one-third of this
..iiumber, 57, belong to the legal fra
ternity. Clerks and salesmen num
ber 154. Government employees,
messengers, policemen, soldiers 192.
(Tho last report of the Attorney
Genoral shows 227 policemen.) Sel
lers of food and drink, 8-1. Boat
boys, fishermen, and sailors, 21G.
Horsemen, drivers, hostlers and
such, 229. "Woodworkers, house
and ship carpenters, 93. Metal
workers, CO. Painters, 42. Leather-workers,
13. Tailors and dress
makers, 11. Masons, -1. Musicians
and such like, 1G. Domestic ser
vants, janitors, and so on, C-l. Mar
ket gardeners nud poi producers,
105. TJaylaborcrs and overseers,
300. Of the G3 occupations report
ed. in which- Chinese are engaged,
there are 4G in which they compete
with Hawaiians. There weic re
ported 12G. Chinese iibhermen to 3
Hawaiian; G2 Chinese poi sellers
to 9 Hawaiian ; 79 Chinese tailors to
G Hawaiian ; 20 Chinese shoemakers
to 4 Hawaiian ; 22 Chinese barbers
to 3 Hawaiian. Some lines of busi
ness the Hawaiians have lost en
tirely, or nearly so ; as for instance,
there are 7G Chinese in the laundry
. business, but now not one Hawaiian ;
(327 Chinese alone, according to an
other table.) 151 Chinese cooks to
9 e Hawaiian ; 1140 Chinese store
keepers out of a total Chinese popu
lation of 5,225 here in Honolulu.
' Last evening the following officers
of Ercclsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O.
F., -were installed for tho ensuing
year by M. 1). Mousarrat, District
"Deputy Grand Sire, assisted by
"Past District Grand Sire W. E.
Foster, and Past Glands- J. J.
lecker and S. P. Simonds:
. F. IVnklron, N. G.
'A. Weir,, V. G.
' L. L. Lapicrrc, Secretary.
J. J. Greene, Treasurer.
' J. J, Leckorj "Warden.
A. M. Mellis, L. S. N. G.
S. P. Simonds, 1?. S. V. G.
E.-D. Crano, L. S, V. G.
Gv Johnson, I. U.
A ttrrlBc wind nu btowli
nil of retienlny hd cnntultrablt
dumMRP w dour In vitrloim pnrti
of tlm town to fmrr, tri mul
tolopliono wire. None of the ves
noli In the harbor utiiliirl nn,v
itnmngo. l'cdnitrlntu mifTerpil rmi
tldprnhlv from tlic (hint which ,n
lining in every direction.
THE TRIP Yd" MQLOKAI.
Tho stcntner l.ikcliku tu rived nt
Knluttpapii, .Molokui, 4 o'clock Mon
day morning, but ns It was rough
she stonmed round to Knltiwno, nnd
shortly nftor fi o'clock lauded the
lnnlc passengers. The women woro
put into bonis ami talked with tboir
friends 011 whore from them not being
allowed to land. At half-past t
o'clock lomlay afternoon the whole
party left the settlement, arriving in
Honolulu about 10 o'clock in tho
ENTERTAINMENT FOR SAILORS.
Last evening the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union gave an cn
tertuiument at tho Y. M. C. A. hall.
Tickets of admission had been dis
tributed among the vessels in port
and the result was thai the hall was
well tilled with sailors from II. 13.
M.'s ships Hyacinth and Cormorant,
U. S. S. Alert, and the niei chant
vessels. The interior of the hall
was most beautifully decorated with
palm leaves, potted plants, flowers
and flags. The platform looked ex
ceedingly pretty. As the sailors ar
rived they were each presented with
a bouquet by a bevy of young la
dies. The attendance would have
been much larger than it was if not
for the strong wind which kept a
numbci of men on board on special
duty. The Kcv. Herbert II. Gowen
presided, and on behalf of the W.
C. T. U. extended a hearty welcome
to the men. The following pro
gramme was then given :
Song Miss Jennio Grieve
Kecitation Searlc, Cormorant
Song Boyncs, Hyacinth
Comic song Arthur Tibbs
Song Flynn, Hyacinth
Recitation A. E. Murphy
Song W. Lucitt, Hyacinth
Song Mrs. J. H. Paty
Song lialph, Cormorant
ltecilaliou Kuby Dexter
Trio for violin, violincello, and
piano. .Dr. F. ?. Day, Messrs. J.
W. Yarndley, ,T. F. Brown and
Myron II. Jones.
The whole of the numbers were
capitally rendered and much enthu
siasm prevailed. Coffee and cake
were handed around by an ellicient
corp of young ladies. Mr. AY.
Hobbs of the Hyacinth proposed a
vote of thanks to the ladies for their
kindness, which was seconded by
one of the sailors, the whole of the
men giving thrco hearty cheers.
The entertainment was brought to a
close by singing Auld Lang Syne.
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD FOR DEGEM
AT 9 A.M. LOCAL TIMi:.
Means for mouth.
Temperature Jiaruuielei "'.2.1
Uncorrected iinioiiietcr Heading. 30.185
Corrected Barometer Heading.... tiO.10!)
Temperature, dry Imlb 70.1
' wi-t " 70.7
Dew point (!(!."
Jtclntivu humidity 711.1
lilntlc force of aqueous vapor U57
AT 0 1. 31. I.OCAl. TISIi:
Uncorrected Barometer lteadln,
Corrected Barometer Beading. .
Temperature, dry bulb
" wet "
Elabtic force of aqueous vapor .
ltalufall as per Fliirloinoter(inehc.) 1.140
KXTHUMKS rOU MONTH.
Highest conectcd bar. reading, yo.198
on the 16th at 9 r. M.
Lowest corrected Bar. reading, 29.918
on the ii'Jih at 0 i ji.
Highest temperature in shade, 85.5
Lowest temperature in shade, 01
on the Hind.
Greatest dally rainfall, .300 Inches
on tho 29th.
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of December, 1888,wns 05,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year.... 20
From 1 to ij !
Prom5 to 10.... 2
Fiom 10 to 20... 5
From 20 to !J0... 5
From !I0 to-10... 4
From -10 to 50... 1
From 50 to CO... 1
From (10 to 70... -1
Over 70 8
Fever Brain.... 0
Ilcinonhaujc .... 0
lullamimition ... 0
l.op, Exhaustion 0
Old Age -1
Typhoid Fever.. 0
Ulcer of Stomach 0
Consumption.. . :i
Cholera infant.. 0
Ili. of Hear .... 2
Die. of Throat.. 0
lice. 1881 12 Dec. 1887 50
Dee. 1885 411 Dec.l8S8 (ID
Dee. 18bll 72
Xon-Heshlimt , 5
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
Death rate for the year ending this
J. II. UltOWN,
Agent Hoard of Health.
RACES AT KAPIOLAIII PARK,
Stttral nry InUreitltig rci
look ilao yratonbv afternoon at
Ifuplolnnl Purk. About- two hun
dred pernoii were prewnt. The
truck w In miliar poor condition.
Mr. t' S. Pratt, Captt. Cliinlo nml
Tiipp were judgpi, nml Thou. Ilol
litter fttftrtcr. Following I a miiii
1. Trotting inHlch race 1 mile
for f 60 a ido. Double loams to
II. K. lleblmrd's Goorgo 11 nud
Hon. J. A. Cummins' Joo Dnke and
Won very easily in 3:17. II. V.
Hubbard drove tho winners, S. Al.
Graham the losers.
2. Trotting match race 1 mile,
850 a side. Single teams to road
K. G. Schuinan's Swectwood, 1.
U. It. Miles' Unknown,2.
A very close race. Time 3:01.
3. ltunning race ? mile dash.
Weight for ago. Purse of $100.
Hon. J. A. Cummins' g g Surprise, 1
K. It. Miles' b g Wonder, 2.
Surprise won rather easily in
I. Trotting match race 1 mile,
$50 a side. Single teams to road
S. F. Graham's Joe Dakc, 1.
II. F. Ilebbard's George II, 2.
A very good race the whole dis
tance. Time 2:52.
5. Trotting race 1 mile, $50 a
side. Double teams to wagon.
II. F. Ilebbard's George II and
E. It. Miles' Unknown and Toby, 2.
This was the best race of the day
and was well contested. Time 3 :01.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY.
We have to call the attention of
our renders to the announcement of
an assignee sale of boots and shoes
in to-day's issue, the stock belong
ing to the estate of P. Mclncrny.
They will be offered in lots to suit
purchasers, and the whole will be
sold without reserve.
A LITTLE FUN ON THE WHARF.
A number of natives and a Cus
tom House ofllcer have been having
a little fun all to themselves on the
Pacific Mail wharf. On Sunday
three or four natives came off the
Japanese steamer witli some bottles
of gin. Custom Iloiibc office Van
Dorn attempted to arrest them when
they dumped him into a coal heap
and cenped. This morning an
other native came off the ship with
a bottle and the ofllcer arrested him
and took the gin away from him.
A scufllc ensued during which tho
ollicer put the bottle of gin on the
ground. Another kanaka caine
along and walked off with it. Sev
eral arrests have been made.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
On FRIDAY, January 4, 1889,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 2r..
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at l'ublic Auction,
Lijl Invoice ol'jNTe-v GoodH
Alio, a Large Lot of
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Tj:itMK at ham:.
tW AH Goods must be Sold, -a
JAS. F. MOliG-AN,
Bolster & Rupprecht,
At Cayroiit'H Hliorliiv Hliop.
No. 81 : j KING STREET.
AGIIIL or Woman to aFBlst in general
JiotiBowork. Apply at lliisofllce.
NEAT, capable Girl as nurse in
biuiill family, Apply In
V. S. DODGE,
135 lw 13U Horetuiiiu Btreet
BY a I'ortujjueso ami his tte, Tho
in nu can do yard iwnk tho woman
wush and cook. Apply at this office.
IDY a Japanese and liia wife. Tlio
J man can attend to horse r.iiilcir.
lingo, do yard work. Woman a good
cook or can look after children. Apply
at this olllce. 181 lw
Auotlon Salts by Luis J, Levey,
Hy niilrr of T. V Liming, AMlinee nt
the llMikrnpi r.nir or ivior Molnetnv,
I Mill fell nl Public ticilon, t irw
BAlcroonw, (Jiii-'n Mir i,
On Saturday, Jiin 5th,
AT 1U OTMH'K NOUS.
The wh''li) of ilii- If.i k of Mi-rcliiMi'lWo
bolongliig ! miIiI l; Into, con.
Misses' & Children's
Htoro Fittings, etc., etc.
I&jTTho whole will be told in lots to
sun purchasers anil will be ready for
cXHinlriiuioa on Friday the day before
LEWIS J. LEVJ2Y,
14 Bar Burn For
On Saturday, Jan. 5,
AT t!t O'CLOCK XOOX,
In front of my Sale-rooms, I will fell at
One 14 Oar Barge,
feet ovit all and 7 feet b inn,
built of ce 'IK and oak, copper
fastened and copper our looks
CKl"The Hinge ciui be p. imiiied in
fio-ii of mj Sik-biooms the mnining of
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Iloxor.i'i.u, Dec. 2i, 1M:8.
TMIE annual election for Company
JL Ollleers "f this corps will take
pluce us follows:
Company "C" Wcdncsdny Evening,
Januiirj 2nd; Captain & (jrunnucc Ultl
cer liuujli Uuuu to prcs-ide.
Conipmy 'A" Thtirday Evening,
.Tiiuii'iM oil; Captain A Ordn nice Ollicer
W. W.'llall to .r. Mile.
Coiii; -my '"D" Krb ay Evcnini: .Inn
imiy -lili; "Cupiiiin & Ordnance Ofllcer
I Inch (jiinu 10 pnsiile.
Coinpmiy"TV' Tuesday Evening, .Ian
uay mh; Uipiain At Surgeon John
lirodie 1o pre idc.
II. F. HERUAltl),
Ciptiiiu and Adjutant. I'M Kt
Notice of Dissolution of
NO I ICE is hereby given that the co-piulncr.-liip
iindi-r tiie film n 11110 of "tiing Chong it
Co ,'' and composed of lhe under.-igncd,
bus been this day dHMilved by iniuual
consent. All debts owing to Faid part,
nciship, and all demands on sn.ii L put.
nei'.-hi) will be seltled by the new dim
of '"King Chong & Co."
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 31, 188S.
A II. 1.00 NGAWIv,
Hy A. II. Loo Njiiiuk. liii atl'y in fact;
By A. II. Loo Neii" I., hi- att'y in fact;
130 Jit TOXG HUNG.
Notice of Special Partnership,
'"piIIS is to ceitify that the under.
JL signed have formed n special part
nership inn -1111111 to the btauitc in Mich
case made nnd provided.
'Thill tho uanie of the firm under
which biidi paunerMiip ib to be con
ducted is '-Sing Chong & Co."
That the general nature of the busi
ncss to be tiam-ncti'd is the lai ns,
planting nml ciiltivnting of lici-iuthe
Island of O.iliu, the owning and operat.
ine of rice cleaning mill on mid Maud
of Oahu, and the buyini; and selling of
all kinds of uooils, wares" nud meicimn.
disc in said Island of Unliu.
That tlio principal place of lnisliies
of mid linn is Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on Huunakca hticei.
That the names of all the general and
special paitncrs ait; nu follows:
A. II. Loo Ngnwk, Hong Qunn, Tonir
Cluing Boy and I . A 1 a i , who all rci-ido
in Honolulu, 'b'and of Oahu, und Luni
Sa Kan, who re-bleat Kanlacu, District
of Kooliiupokii, I land (if O.iliu, metbo
general pariueri; and Lum Chung Wn
and Tung Hong, who icsido in Uono
1 ilu, Muni of Oahu, and L, A puna,
Tong Clinng Wai, Lcong Nam ni.d L.
Tuck Kong, who ri-Milo nt Kong Shcong
Tu. DlHiilct of Ilenng San, in tho Em
pire of Cliiuu, are llio sp'-cial pniinerF j
and t1 at lhe iaul A IT. Loo Nuawk,
Hong Quon, Tong Chong Soy and L.
Alai, have earh contri billed the hi. in of
tlvet oiiband iloliurs ($.",03n) ; and tho
hitid I, urn Hay Kim, lias coutillmud the
hum of lllteen tluiusanil dollars il?15
0011) tuivuiiU tho cnpltiil i-t ek. and that
tin) Mild pur'iic-i-hip I o enmrnonoe on
the Iht day of .Innuaiy, A. 1) 188U. and
to conlliuiu nml be in fori o lor the term
ot 12 )era t f oiti said lblday of Jaiuiuiy,
A. 1) JHB1I
Dated HoiKduhi, Nov. hOth, A.D. U83.
A II (.()( NGAWK,
TONG OHUNG SOY,
LUM OIIUNG WAA,
LUM tAY KAIJ,
I5y his atl'y in fact A II. Loo Ngawk:
TuNG CHANG ViAI (w),
Jly her atl'y in hint Tong Chung Soy:
By his nlt'y in (art A. II. Loo Ngnwk;
L. TUCK KONG,
Hy ia att'y in laeiA, II. Loo Ngawk.
Duly neknowledued before Thrts, W.
Ilobron, Noiary Public, Bland of Onhu,
the 4th day of Heecmber, 1888,
j Hawaiian Tniiiiwiijs
OPENING OF THE-
King Street Line .
I'oi- liny tlMtitiic,
Tho Can will commence mmilng on llio
following schedule time,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Lcavo rtlflo Flange. Leave Chinese Thcat.
11.00 .. m. U.S0 A. M.
fi.HO " 7.0i) "
7.(10 " 7.SI0 '
7.11 1 " 8.00 '
8.80 " 0.00 '
0 30 " 10 0(1 "
10.30 " 11.00 "
11.110 " 12.00 m.
YiM t. 12.::oi'. m.
12.110 1: M. 1.00 "
l.U) " 1.110 "
l.JO " 2.00 "
2.H0 " 1100 "
ll.iJO " 4.00 "
4.00 " 4 no "
l.l'O " 5.0D '
5.00 ' 5.30 "
5.30 " (1.00 "
(1.30 " 7.C0 "
7 30 " 8.00 "
8.S0 " 0 00 "
0.30 " 10.00 "
To insmrc punetiiality, it is requested
that passengers will, as fur iir po!-ible,
join and leave the cars nt the eorncis of
1 In.1 blocks.
Tlieyuro also rcipcetrully cantionrd
ngaiii-l ntlempllng it, enter or alight
fiimi I lie en s v lii-t in motion; to see
that the ticket handed to them 111 return
for thiir fare is actually torn from the
driver's si rt'; to return ill-1 UeUi-i dui
lug the luuiioy, nnd to dcstiov it on
K-'iving the i'ar.
I)i c 20 8S
Tax Collector's Notice,
ALL Tnxe-s for tlio District of Mono,
lulu which re di-iinquenl on
.Jami.'iiy 1, lf-80, will bo clmrgid 10 per
cent additional, nt. rmtlioi iz''i bv law.
CIIAS. T. GULICK,
V. L. Guki-n,
Aliniiter of Finance.
Honolulu, Due. 2S, 1SSS. 133 lw
iierMii: ' fimiul tiffnipfintr or
-ho.iiiiiir oil the lands of tin; un.
dcr.iigiied inorveu- P.ilolo Valley, will
be pio icutcd arconling; to lnw.
I'll I LIP MILTON.
I'alolo, December 1 , lch8 12; 2w
COTTAGE No. 1-1
l nnl c.l I '..-..... tli
&LS2m3 the f.ocinmciu t-clionl. Ap
ply to T. A. Lloyd, Knlihi, or, ring up
Hell Telephone n 71. 132 lw
rr,1113 New Cottage on Here
X lania Mrpct No !'!), com
piising parlors, diningroom,
p uitry, kitchen, 2 bcdioom, bathroom,
etc. Apply at
I3i lw GULICK'S AGENCY.
FOR liENT or LEASE
"HE Store and OMcc.t on
Nnuanu street, now oe
a cupied by Chilian fc Co. Po.
st'bslon given in .Inn nrv. For terms
apply to W.U. G. IRWIN & CO.
em a A TAItTMENTS, UNI'UK.
hM "" JNlnHED suiiiililtt for
s24s2al hoiifickeeping for n small fa.
m i ly at 182 King Mie-t, next lo S. N.
Lais pas-, every
DI VID KAAIIiUE
HAS Coral Hock, lilack Stone, Black
and White raud and Soil, tor side
in any quantity. Apply at the ofllco nl
W. C. Aclii, Knnliumanu street. 119 Sim
Now England Ohowtler, ov,
Old EiikIshuI Pish Soup,
CAN be made to perfection with Star
llrand New Z-aland Mullet. One
tin make.' a gallon of these delicious
dishes. Onlv S2 per dozen tin-. For
sale by .T. E. UROWN & CO.,
l!li 01.08 It 2H iM urobilin slieet.
J W. McGUIRE hereby notifies the
f J puiilic tlnil ho will, in conjunc.
lion with .1, McQueen, curry oa the Hag.
gngo Express nml Drajiiig liiiflncss now
conducted by J. Green ifc Co., eoiuinene.
ing on January 1, 18?'J. All kinds o(
baggngo ixpichB and drayiug woik
pitunpily nttemled to, 1!)2 tf
US. GABCOYNK Is prepared to
leceive oidors for Diohij; a'l
classes of Goods at the Thompson's
Celebrated Dyo Works of Sin Fran
cibco. Samples f llio Dyo In all llio
various colon nud shade can 1 t-een
on iipplicalinn to Mis. Gaycoyne's Dies,
mnkliig Hoouis. Ordcia promptly nt.
tended to, 10'J lm
vmiKKEAS, Y S. Luce, of Hono.
IT lulu, ImslIiU'lay 111111)0 an m-sign.
incut of all hs property o o uniler.
tigni.il, for tin- benefit of lus eieil to f,
iinliro is hereby given to all pirties
owiuu baid W. S. I.uco In miike iinmp
illaiu inj mem, und any persons having
caiin agninsi V, S. Lucu aie requcbted
to pi escnt them at once at (lie ofilco of
W, S, Luce, Merchant bttcei, Honolulu,
J. F. lIAOIvl'ELD,
J. HOTING, "
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1888. 184 lm
COKSHU J'-OKT it MBitC'llA.M1 BTKI3ETS.
M mi l mM
Fikk Claik it Flngn'H Simf
Leallier Tmhl Sil,
-UIU3AT VAKIKTV OV-
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
lIno HIUc lIiinUUiM-oIiIol'H,
Fiuo Fancy Socke, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
Latent styles in Collars fc Cud's. Latest novelties in fine full
Dress Shins, Pep id Plaitefl Front !
-FINE ASSOimiENT OF-
1. ii f- .
BEST QUALITY OF
.Visit Our Store
is looilis dots and Cliiliras
sintl Gt t Your
e fjfl bbv CvCP Jain FfiR 'iw'n'i'Vo
Our Grand Silver
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer purchasing tlio amount of Sf2.0 worth
will leeched a hamUonic
Conic nml examine our Now Goods, and you will lind them much newer
and lower in prico then elsewhere. It is our unaltciahlo determination to
have no recourse to misleading or inisrepicbontation. Our advertisement
truly represents the Goods we oiler for mle.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Tine White XTntrimmed Straw Hatfl.
gST"Look at our Hotel street window and seo tho line display of Silver
ware suitable for the Holidays.
The near appioach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo make tin- most radical and swooping changes in our prices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly nsi-rting that in the coining week our
patrons can secure iitlv.itit.igpt, in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have ni-vi r lu-i-n I'ljuuhil.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! hosiery I Hosiery
5Tliis is the Heaviest Cut in Prices ever ultemptod.
0r"Wo will make i eductions in all our departments.
lONY FOR HAL.E.
OI'ITA'LK for a
O child. New io-
(ti-ntlilu obltd K klllllllll
S3S-.- with bridle. All com-
Apply at Hawaiian 11010181111)10?.
Hereroid Dull, lm.
purled Irotr. Nnw ','
laud; about li j cirsoid.
in tho piu:dnnk oniiojlto
Gun lie seen
O. II. JUDD.
Ai A J raitvwight'd.
CATTLE and HORSE
NOTICE is hereby glvin Unit the tup
derjlanal, Administrator of llio
Estate of Frank Aiitone, Into of Wa.
mann, Ena, Oahu, deceiued, will tell nt
public auction at said Wniniuiio, oppo
site tho Court House hi eaid Wiijinituo,
On Saturday, Jan. 5, 188J,
A'l' 10 O'UI.tMIU A. 3I
2 Wooden Hon es, 8 Wtuking llnllockfl,
12 Steer'', 8 1Jwh mil II palvm-,
Uoires, II Marcs mid 2 Cop, 1 llujloek
Wagon, 1 Jlilk Wagon, 2 l'lowt-, 2
Yoke, a Ohniu. 1 Clock, 1 Waieh, U
Gouts and a lot oflloiueliold Fuiniiure.
Admlnlslrutor of the Kstmo of Fmuk
Houohilu, Pec. 21, I88S, 180 1
Mi hi 1 1 'i "
W.Hiji! JL 1
l "" I
Wia fF M m
A Fine Silk Su-pi ndcrs,
I'l ifh Toilet Het,
STRAW HATS, ETC.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
For ToKolmma & Hongkong
Tlio Nippon Vumuii KnlNlm'M
V 111 lcavo for above portH, posl.
January 2irtd7 1 889.
Chlucso 1'asicngcis for Hongkong,
will he liiuiBfniifil at Yokohama to llm'
Hongkong at' inner wIDimil extra ox.
leine aii nigg.igo winihi nwapniL'
intii-lur v,i bo propei lyciqcd for and
pioleeted hy the Steiiinthlp Co,
The uiuleriliiWfl en tliosneolal utton,
Hon of i'MmiiIoiiIhIh in ihu fuel that t)ie
'S. S, Tnkasngo Mam" will leturn to"
this port In March, whinU w alow
rmuiil trip p useiigi'is about u month or
six weeks t' vsl Yokohnmn, Sliaiigluil,
Hie Inland Sea and other places of ii.
teiest ii Japan,
Round Trip Faro to Yokohama;
CQrFor Freight or JMwago, IiuvIpb
Superior Cabin ami Stecrago Aciauio.
dtttlons, apply to
VU, p. IRWIN & CO.,
far & Guff Boxes,