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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 4, 1889.
fgiuTtt u II it f in
Pledged to ntithi Sect nor Party,
lint established . lic benefit of all
FRIDAY, JAN. -I, 1889.
A gentleman has suggested that
it would not be amiss to hold a
meeting of persons particulalry in
terested, to consider what can bo
done in a businc-'liKe way to en
courage tourist travel to these isl
ands. Wo oec no reason why the
suggestion should not meet with
general acceptance. To carry it
into effect some one should take the
lead, and make preliminary arrange
ments. Air. Lyons, agent for Ray
mond and Whitconib, excursion pro
mote! s, is now in Honolulu. This
gentleman is thoroughly conversant
with all matters in legard to tourist
travel, and would, no doubt, be wil
ling to meet with our people and ex
plain how tourist travel may be pro
moted to these islands.
GOVERNMENT LAND CASE.
The full Court has decided in
favor of the plaintiff in the action
of ejectment by the Minister of the
Interior ag.iinst Mrs. 15. P. Bishop's
Trustees, to recover possession of
the land of Opu which lies mainly
in AlukiUi valley.
The case is one of lirst import
ance, us it tests the question of the
ownership of the unassigued lands,
so called, which are said to include
in all over one hundred thousand
Judge Dole, who heard the case
at the trial, jury being waived, held
that the land would belong to the
Government if it were not the fact
that Lot Kamehainelia was about
nineteen years of age when the time
expired by law for presenting laud
claims to the Land Commission
Uoaul; but that the infancy of Lot
excepted his claim to this land,
from the operation of the statute
requiring all land claims to go be
fore the Land Commission by a
ceitaiu date, or be forever barred.
No exception was taken by the
defendants to Judge Dole's ruling
that the land belonged to the Gov
ernment except for Lot's infancy,
but the plaintiff excepted to his
ruling that such inlancy made his
case an exception.
The full Court sustain the plain
tiff's exception, Judge Dole dissent
ing in an opinion in which he says
he is more sine now than in the fiist
place, that he is right.
In the opinion of all the other
four judges, they aie not at libeity
to engraft upon a statute any ex
ception which it does not contain.
They also cite the law that if an in
fant is not bound by an act injuri
ous to him, he must disaffirm it
within a reasonable time after com
ing of age, by which rule Lot's
failure to assert his claim after his
maturity, leaves no ground for his
heirs now to assert them.
The majority opinion treats fully
the question of land tenuies in this
kingdom, and sustains Judge Dole's
ruling that such lands arc Govern
ment property, in the absence of
statutory excuse for the claimant's
failure to go before the Land Com
raissioners. Judge Dole apparently
thinks that Lot could not have found
any tribunal to adjudicate on his
claim after he became of age, when
the Land Commission was no longer
in existence. It is we think not
plain that if there were lights in
laud held by Lot Kamehamclia to
declare which there was no statutory
tribunal, they could not have (icon
asserted in the well known modes
by which equity secures right not
otherwise provided for.
To say, however, that there were
such rights in the case makes it
necessary to say that prior to the
Land Commission Act there were
land tenures in this kingdom which
existed independently of legislative
authority, and which Legislation
could not nffccl.
HORNER'S ANSWER TO C.
Kditok Uuu.htin : Please allow
mo to answer Mr. G.'o questions
about prohibition, etc. lie starts
out witli "Of course he (Horner)
don't prohibit mo or anybody else
from publishing our opinions, but
he denies us the light to he hcaid,
or in other words, he is intolerant in
the highost degree." ICithcrG, is
mistaken or I am, about my intole
rance. I wiitc to elicit discussion
and my object would fail, il I re
fused to let others discuss the sub
ject, bo think G. has read my writ
ings with a prejudiced eye. I sel
dom send a pieco to tho press that
don't contain some pointed aigu
ment liopiDg if my ''argument js not
sound somo logical icasoucr will
lako up tho subject and show the
reader tlio weakness of it. But call
ing mo "intolerant, hypocritical,
ciankcy, etc." answers nothing. G.
1st. "Is the moderate and legiti
mate uso of liqiiois a sin, and if so,
where is the proof V" All the ob
jections we have lothe moderate use
of rum is, it leads to the iminode
lato use, and the immoderate use
can't be slopped only by slopping
its moderate u-e llrai, as all drunk
ards were llrst moderate di inkers.
This don't mean that "Horner says
every moderate drinker will be a
druiikatd," but we will say as a
mle, a moderate drinker is more
likely to become a drunkaid than
one who never di inks til all. Be
sides there are many like the great
tempeiance apostle Gough,who sail g
"ho could no more drink moderately
than he could lire off a gun mode
rately, if the touched liquor at all
he must go the whole hog, so his
only safety was to let it alone."
0. knows thai there is a nume
rous class that can neither drink
moderately nor let it alone if rum is
within their reach, and for the bene
lit of this class and their neighbors,
prohibition should prevail, as a
blessing to mankind; as il is these
immoderate drinkers when crazed
with rum that commit three-fourths
of all crimes brought before the
courts, which we have good leason
to believe if prohibition prevailed,
all this crime of which rum is the
cause would end. But to stop these
crimes and wretchedness both mod
orate drinking and modern drunk
ncss must be stopped, as modcialc
drinking is the egg lrom which
drunkenness is hatched and drunken
onness is the egg from which all the
above crimes are hatched. So we
think the moderate drinker should
for the good of humanity bet the ex
ample ol one of old who said, "If
eating meat makes my brother to
offend 1 will eat no moat while the
world stands." I commend this
worthy cxamule to G., although
there is no more sin for G. to drink
moderatehy than for Paul to eat
meat, but the example.
2d. "Am I not entitled to be
reckoned amongst the educated,
honoied, reliable and respectable
people, because I diiulc 1113- glass of
beer or wiuc at my dinner'" You
would lose none of my lespect by
drinking either beer, wine or whis
key moderately. Some of my most
respected and 1 enable friends drink
as they feel inclined, but lose none
of my respect or well wishes by so
doing, and I never felt while in
their company, that they despised
me because I did not drink.
JJd. "Have I not the individual
right to do so, just as much as
others have, the light ol total absti
nence:" Legally you have, so
cially you have but there is one or
two phrases of the moial side of the
question thai may be questioned.
As it seems to be the duty of man
to always set a good example,
'Temperance" is a good example
to follow il ever so zealously never
hurts any one, but that can't be
stud of drinking even modciately.
Moderate drinking is not a good
example for the using generation or
the weak minded that look to the
stiong and able for examples to fol
low. Again, moderate, as well as
immoderate drinking, encourages
starting saloons, and they are the
curse of all piofessed civilised and
Christian communities. The man
about to stmt a saloon counts up
his possible customers before doing
so. lie puts down G. as a moder
ate drinker, who drinks little and
often, K as an occasional drinker
who may be improved, F as a man
doubtful, but as being often seen in
saloons with those who do drink
and being an honorable man, is
lather a credit to the saloon he
visits. Besides he sometimes take
a temperance drink. Theio is K,
he just drinks, you bet, the only
fear about him is, he ma' not lust
long and his purse may fail. Thus
he goes over mentally all his tran
sient and possible customcis and
the showing being good and the pro
lits 100 per cent or more, he con
cludes to start his saloon. We can
lendily see that if Mr. Saloon's can
vass for customers had found G K
P and the rest pionounccd temper
ance people, this saloon would not
have been staited. But now it will
take the combined effort of one
church and two schools to counter
act its evil effect upon society.
Mr. G. may have just as much right
to drink nun as Homer has to be a
tetotaller, but upon a close sciutiny
it don't look so. (To be continued).
Jxo. M. lIOltNKIi.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Sunday, January (illi, is the day
called Kpiphany of our Lord, a holy
day kept by the Hoinun Catholic
Cliurch, in remembrance of tho
manifestation of Jesus Christ to tho
Gentiles, by an cxtiaordiuary star,
which conducted the three kings
from the Kast to adore Hun in the
manger, wheic they presented Him
with gold, frankincense and mynli,
in toNen of his loyalty, divinity, and
humanity, or of His being God,
king and man. The word epiphany
comes fioin Ibe Gicek, and signi
fies a manifestation. Low masses
at (! und 7 a. in. with Holy Com
munion, High pontifical mass tit
10 a. in. with sermon, followed
by baptism of infants mid adults.
At ;l p. in. confirmation, rosary and
solemn bendiction of the M. IJ:
I"HE OLDEST DAILY i" the
L Kingdom "Tho Daily BulUliu."
."A NEW YEAR'S MORALITY."
m:i.uiiiTi'iM. i:nii:rtaikmi:kt y s.r.
ANimr.w's amnion association.
Lal evening wns llio time set for
the regular monthly meeting of tho
SI. Andrew's Church Association. In
its place an entertainment was given
which took place in the large school
loom of St. Andrew's Priory, kindly
tendered by Eldress Phoebe. A
verylaigc and fashionable audi
ence was in attendance. Among
those present were noticed Hon. A.
S. Cleghorn, Mrs. W. F. Allen, Hcv.
Alex, and Mrs. Mackintosh, Mrs. J.
O. Carter, Mrs. S. 1$. Dole, Capl.
and Mrs. II. W. Mist, Mrs. S. II.
Dow sett, Mis. Wodehouse, Mrs. P.
C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. T. May,
Mrs. Sopor, Mrs. Kinir, Piof. M.M.
and Mrs. Scott, Capl. Nichols, II.
B. M. S. Comorani ; Capt. Ackland,
II. B. M. S. Hyacinth ; Mr. F. A.
Schaefcr, Hon. M. P. Kobinson,
Capl. Dcwar, IL A. ; Mr. and Mrs.
F. P. Hastings, Mrs. II. H. Macfar
lane, Miss Hose Mnkeo, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Brown.
The entertainment opened with a
recitation by Hew II. II. Gowen,
which was exceedingly well render
ed. Messis. Thos. 11. Walker and
T. May each sang a song in excel
lent style. The next on tho pro
gramme was "A New Year's Moral
ity." The term "Morality" was
given to certain plays of mediicval
tunes (intioduced lirst by pilgrims,
return from the Holy land) wherein
allegorical personages were repre
sented. The words on this occasion
were conti United from various
sources, but all were written for the
occasion, except the carols which
were taken from songs by A. S.
At 0110 end of the room was a
platform decorated very tastil with
flags. When the curtain went up a
very pretty scene was disclosed on
the platform. There was the Queen
with her attendants and kahili
bcarers,surrounded by a group of
pretty young ladies atliicd in vari
ous costumes. After a welcome to
Hawaii nei, Father Time appealed
on the scene followed by Christmas
and New Year with attendants. The
dialogue was exceedingly interest
ing and the carols were beautifully
sung, Mrs. T. li. Walker accom
panying in the most acceptable
manner on the piano. The per
formers were aw.irdud with much
Following is n 1 1 -. t. of the charac
ters lcprc&uutcd: Hawaii nei, Miss
Annie Cleghorn ; Attendants, Misses
Allie Widenianii, Kcaloha Hum
phries, Nellie Brown, Katie, Mary
and Carrie Howland ; kahili bearers,
Masteis Hairy Macfarlane and
Frank Woods ; Law, Miss Dora
Dowsctt; Ail, Miss Bcrnice Bar
nurd ; Science, Miss Marie von
Holt; Commerce, Miss Mabel
Ithodes; Christmas, Lieutenants.
II. Cardcn ; Attendants, Charity,
Miss Edith Mist; Mercy, Miss Ethel
Wodehouse; Good Cheer, Mr. W.
G. Harding, lioyal Navy; Mirth,
Lieutenant Percy St. John, lioyal
Navy: New Year, Miss Marion
Scott; Attendants, IJesolve, Miss
Mary McBiide; Peace, Miss Mamie
King; Hope, Miss May Atkinson.
The cnteitaiument which was
much enjoyed by all present con
cluded with the singing of Hawaii
NIGEL JACKSON IN TROUBLE.
In the Police Court this morning
Nigel, the fifteen year old son of
Capl. G. E. G. Jackson, was chaig
ed with leading an idle and disso
lute life. Ho was questioned by
Police Justice Foster as to his age,
what lie bad to say to the charge,
and whether ho had any friends
here. The boy pleaded not guilly
to the chaige and mentioned the
inline of some people in town who,
he said, weie his fiiends. lie was
remanded so that enquiries could be
made. When arrested last evening
the boy was in an intoxicated condi
A middle-aged American gentle
men in good health, well-educated, of
iiropioachable character and habits,
well established in business yielding
a moderate income, who will furnish
iiiblelass lefeienccs with eoitificato
of chinch muinboiship, wishes to
make tho acquaintance of an amia
ble lady of loliueiiK'nl anil cultuio,
piujiogtcsxing in nppe.ii.iuoo, of do
mestic taste, wlui in tin d of Society
life and who dosiicw to wed u conge
nial companion and i-eciiio n eoin
foitabki home. A widow wilb u
child or two will icccivo equal con
sideration, us tho ndveiluer is fond
Having no family ties the nihei
tifccr ndoptd this method ofscukiugu
hclpmcul owing to his having, siuco
losing bis wife, led a tiavolor's life,
which lias pi evented bis foiming in
timate Micial iclations with ladies,
and his business engagements aio
such that ho has no leisuio to mako
such acquaintances. As ho is honest
in his intentions ho liustw that no
lady will loply who is not equally
uiuccio or who is not willing to waivo
tho conventionalities of tocioiy lo fa
cilitate tho object in view. All coi
ii'ispnuduucu to bo hold stiiotly pri
vate. A letter addiessed iliuvoy II.
Aveiy, cine I'ostinastei, llilo, Ha
waii, wilb pailicuhiiH, enclosing jiho
toginpli, which will bo lctuined with
ono of tho writer, if dcsiicd, will ho
highly appieciated and fully answer
ed, l'lciif-o give permanent addiess,
as tuniporaiy absence niiiy delay ic
ply. THE ONLY PAPER immI by ll
X chutes "Tho Dully Bulletin." 60
ctuls pur month,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
Assignees Sale !
15y oidoi of T. P. f.insing, A:,sienco of
the Bankrupt Estuloof Peter Molticiny,
1 will sell it Public Auction, at mv
S.ile-rooms, Queen sttcct,
On Saturday, Jan 5th,
AT 10 OTI.Ut'li A. 31..
The wli-leof ili" "link of Mi'irlininltse
belonging t" tald Estate, (on-
Blisses' & Children's
Store Fittings, etc., etc
JGgy-Thc whole will lie -lold in lolB to
Eiili purchasers ami will he leadyfor
examination on Friday the day befo-c
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1110 !H Auctioned.
U Oar Bane For Sale !
On Saturday, Jan. 5,
AT 12 O'OI.OOJt .o.
In front of my Salcioom", I will -ell at
One 14 Oar Barge,
!!0 feet ovel nil 'in.l 7 feet biiim,
built (if ce 'm in,d it.il., cm'Iici
liislL-uui! ami copper mr liv.Ls
fiB$fTlit' Binge cm be examined in
tied of nij SdiMcHim tho uuiriiing of
LEWIS ,J. LEVEY,
lilt III Audioi. ii' i
Assignee Sale of
Elcpl Douseli'd Finite
I urn Instituted by the AsMgnces of the
Estate of V. S. Luce, lo tell
at Public Auction at
On FRIDAY, January 11, 1889,
AT 1 O'CIjOOK A. .1!.,
Tli-j whole of W. S. Luce's
Household Furniture & Effects
Compilsini! in p.nt us follows:
IMaplewood Upright Pianoforte
Uy Hudall & Caite, London;
:i B. W. Mutblctop Bidmom Sits,
1 Ash Miiiblc-lop lieil'Oiiin Sol,
3 Single B. Yv". Bedsteads,
1 Child's B. YV. Folding Crib,
Hair, Spring fi Yoyen Wire Mat-trasses
B. Y. Extension Dining Tabic
l iintTw. 'siisiii'i
Lounjie & Bed I oung ,
(Juriiti Bonk l!ie,
WoiUd Clmir- r.ip Tallies,
Inlaid Centre Table
Willow I'niloi Pnrnituic
Large & Small Bugs, .Mnt-
, Oil Paiiiiings,
Uy T.ivemlir fiiij ;
FcJthor PllIoMrf. McKijiuto Nuib,
Braekil-, Lnnpj, BronA".
Olas, CrouUeiy & Plated Ware,
ife.u H tie ite Befiiger.ttor,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Bus., Blc, lite , Kic.
CiSFThu Furniture will be leaily for
iii'l cctinii on Thursday, .lunuuiy llhli.
The Aiielioneei de-ihes to intnrin the
Indies mid gentli men ol Honolulu that
the, above is all Hid ;l.is Kin iiitut L't uinl
to those who aio rutnriilsliing this w ill
be u good oppot amity , everything
will be Bold without lecne,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
IBS Ot Auctioneer.
A DIAMOND mid Snppl ire Loekct
on N(W Year's Day, on King and
Bcrcluiiin street, or the Mnnoii Houd A
lewatil of $10 will bu paid to the Under
on i cunning the same to
B18 lw .1. M. MONSAKBAT.
A MEETING of tho m em burs of the
IliMWtiiiiu Jockey Club iill bo
held on MONDAY, Januuiy 7th, at 8
o'clock ! m, ni tlio Hawaiian Hotel, for
the purpose of ttaiiHictiuir important
liuainesb. 0. O. BEBOKB,
149 Bt Secretary.
ME ETING NOTICE
AQUAKTKKLY meeting of C.
inuwer & Co. will be hold at tho
ollico of the company, on Queen stiect,
on tho !)tli hiU-iut, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
J. O, OAHTEU,
ASl'KCIAL meeting of the stock.
ImldeiH of the Walohiuu Agricul.
lurnl &, Graying Co, (Limited), will bo
held cm WEDNESDAY, the Mil day of
Jumiaiy, allho ollleu of O. P. Iaukco,
Honolulu, nt 10 o'clock a, m
0, P. IAUKKA,
las id Secretary.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jl yd columns, purely local matter
Mailed j toieigu countries, $0 per
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
On Monday, Jan. 7th,
AT 1 ll'Clilll'U XOOS..
On the premisi"), coiner of Mcichaul
and Nuiiaiiit siieeisi, 1 will sell
.t I'ulOlo Auction, the
Occupied by the Honolulu
EgTBuildiiig to be removed pilorto
JAS. F. MORGAN,
188 2t Auctioneer.
BY miler of II. It. Maofailane, Esq.,
I will sell tit Public Auction, at
my SikHioom, Qinen Mvcet,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16th,
AT ltf O'CI.OCJt . OON
The Lease of that
Flico or Parcel of Land !
Occupied by II. B. Maefiirlane, :is a
portion ot the pteiniscs comprising his
resilience at Wiilkiki, hel ' under a lease
f out Ukuu ainl his heirj dated July IS,
H7.S, rerouted in Liber 00, on pug? 114
anil l'."i. The Lea-c bus a teim of 5
jeais in inn fi oin .Inly IS, 18S0, Willi a
piivregcol iiiie.Mil lor u lurthcr teim
of 10 Lura; annual rental $300 and
tuu3; "item piid to January 1H, 1889.
ESyDeeds :il ixpense ( f purchi cr.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
l!H til Auctioned.
BV :i I'oitu:;iube i.nil bis wife. The
man can do u l 1 wnik the woman
wash hikI cool.. "Appiv at this olllce.
l!J:i 1 ""
A NEAT, capable Cirl as nurc in
mu. ill tainify, Apply to
F. S. DODGE,
135 lw ICO Beretaiiiu street.
.suitable for men and
i3523 wile, oi single men. Apply
to No. til Alakta hlicet. 117 lm
A SIX-BOOM Cottage on
Kiuniu btieet, opposite
L'mmiMaiiiic Appl to
J. M. VIVAS,
42 Mcichiint btrcct.
HE COTTAGE No. U
""Jf''T M'liooi bircei, opposite
fetlfj the (iiiierninciil School. Ap.
ply lo T. A Lloyil, Kalilii
Bell Telephone .0.71.
or, ung up
ALT. peisoi! found ticspassing or
hhnolitig on the lauds of the un
dersigned in or heir Palolo Valloy, will
be proscoutul aeeoKlitig to law,
I'alolo, DecLinbei V), 18S8 127 2w
ALL parties indebted to W. S. Luce
on the SOtli day of September last,
arc leuiifbted to beltle up their accouiita
at once. W. S. LUCE.
Uy Ilia nttorncy in fact, Kiank Brown.
MISS V. Thlcle will re-open her
school at the rooniH foinierly oc
cupied by Mrs. C. B. Hebbaul, on Be.
leiaiiia sticet, Mis. Holibnid having ic
sigueil her bcliool to Mibs P. Thlelo.
WHEUEAS, W S. Luce, of Hono.
lulu, has this day made an assign,
litem of nil his property to the uudci
bigniil, for the benefit of 1ns creditor!1,
notice Is hereby given to all parlies
owing Bald W. S. Luce to make inline
diatc pnyincm, and (.uy pouous having
claims against V. S. Luce aie requested
lo present them at once at the olllco of
W. S. I.uce, Met chant stieet, Honolulu.
J. F. IIAOKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1888. 131 lm
I HAVE this day disposed of my en.
tire Interest hi the dray and express
business known ua the American Express
Co, to Messrs. .1. W. McGuire anil J
McQueen. Thanking my friends and
lite public generally for past favnis, I
would most reaped fully usk for a con.
iiiuiiiice of the same for my successors
All outstanding accounts to Jauuury 1,
ISif), will be settled by mo.
II. F. HEBBABD,
Honolulu, January 3, 1880,
BEING now piopared lo conduct an
extensive d raying and express
business, we earnestly solicit patronage,
Mutiml Telephone, 605; Bell Telephone,
ICO J. W. McGUIHE,
187 lw J. MCQUEEN.
Visit Our Sloro and Get, Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer puielinsing tlio amount of !j2,r0 worth
will lecoived n hsindbouiu
Come und exiiinine our Now Goods, and you will find them much newer
mid lower in price then elbcwhere. It is our uniiltcriililo di'teiininntiou to
have no locour.-o to misleading or misioprobcntution. Our iidvulNemcnt
tiuly represents the Goods wo offer for bale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine "White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
lj5?"Look nt our Hotel sticot window and sec the line display of Silver
ware mi it able for tho Holiday.
Tliu near approach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that we make the most radical and sweeping changes in our pi ices,
and we feel fully jiibtificd in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
pations can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY &
"Which have ucvei
" Inch have ucvei been equaled.
iery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
This is the 1Ieuiesl Cut in Prices ever attempted.
.--i- :n 1... i . . . .11 .1 i
fl3P"This is the 1Ieuiesl Cut in Prices ever attempted.
&? e will make
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
FAKE, 5 CENTS
For liny Distance.
The Cars will commence luniiiiijj on il.c
following -chr(lule time,"
On Tuesdaj Jan. 1st
Leave Rifle Range. Uevu Chinese llic.it.
(i.00 A. M. 0 SO A. M.
11.30 " l.tlil "
7.00 " ; :;n "
7.!J I " h.00 "
8.80 " !) lit) '
9110 " 10 OH "
10.30 " 1 1.00 "
11.30 ' 12.00:.i.
V2.00 m. 12.30 r. M.
l'.'.30i'. sr. 1.00 "
1.00 " 1.30 "
1:0 " i!.00 "
L'.KO " 3 00 "
3.30 " 4.00 '
4.00 " 4.30 "
4.10 ' o.OO '
5.oo i.:io "
fi.30 " 0.00 "
(i.30 " 7.00 '.'
7 30 " 8.00 "
8.80 ' 0.00 "
0.30 " 10.00 "
To insuio punctuality, it lb requested
that p.isi-cngcrs will, as far as possible,
join ami leave the cms at the cornun ol
They urc also rcpectftilly cautioned
agaiiibt attempting lo enter or alight
from the mis whilst In motion; to see
that the ticket handed to them w icturn
for their fare is actually torn ft out the
driver's sttip', to retain th .1 iiuki't din
ing the jouiney, and lo duitrov it on
leaving llic car. DtcS'JSS
HAS Coial Hock, llluck Stone, ISluck
and White Hand aud Soil, for bide
in any quiintliy. Apply al tho ofllce ot
W. (J, Add, ICaahuiminu street. 110 3m
JW. McGUIHE htieby notifies tho
public that lie will, in conjunc
tion with J. McQueen, carry on the llag
gago Express and Dmj log Business now
couductcd by J. Green & Co., commenc
ing on Jauuury 1 18b!), All kiudb of
baggage ixpiei-s aud draylng uoik
piompily attended to. 132 tf
Slui"lcliiie: Invifforaf ii)r
FOlt HALF. ONI.V 11 V
28 Merchant Street,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
1 eductions in all our depaitinents.
Tax Collector's Notice.
AT.T. Ta'.e 'or the Dislr'u t of Hono.
luln liicli urc; delinquent on
.lauuiuy 1, 1P89, will lm chnrgul 10 per
cent ailiHiionii', :i- iiuthori'i'il hv law.
CIIA. T. GULICK,
W L. (litiiKX,
.M inister of Finance.
II moliilii, Dec. 28, 1S8S. 133 lw
PONY FOlt SALE.
OUITA'LK for a
O child. New re-
k-v ei'llile child's saddlo
-- - with In idle. AH com
plete, Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
pSS-: ?-" f N' Thoroughbred
H'.l iV h Hereford Hull, lm
tjiU'T.i ."'teil (ion. New Zea-n-g-JJi
2-3 la-id; about ,"i vcaisold.
C.in be -eeii in the pai'dock opposite
i'niiiil.o.i li, quire of
C. II. JUDD.
1 1 I lm Al A 'J Carlwrigbt's.
NOTICE is hereby givin that the un
ilerdirncd, Admiuibirator of the
Kstntc ot FranU Antone, late of Wai.
mano, Eva, Odin, dcieiu'd, will tell at
public auction at Mild NVjimniio, oppo
site tho Couit House in mid Waimano,
On Satuvclay, Jan. 5, 1889,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II..
2 Wooden Homes, S Working Bullocks ,
12 Steers, 18 Cows nn-l 11 Calves, 2
Hottes, 3 Mai cm ami 2 Colin, 1 Bullock
Wagon, 1 Milk Wagon, 2 Plow?, 2
Yoke, 3 Chaiiib, 1 Clock, 1 Watch, 11
(fonts and a lot ol'iloubcdiold Furniture,
Administrator of tho Ktuto of Frank
Honolulu, Dec. 24, 188S. 130 lit
Principal lit. llev. Alfied Willis,
I). D , Itishop of Honolulu.
Muster John Hush, Esq , London
Univeisity, M, O. P. Certificated to
tench Ur.iu lu,r by Science and Art De
partment, r-otith Kensington.
Aesistant Miss Annie M, Prescott,
Ceitillcated b Hoard ol Supervisors of
the Public Schools of the City of Hoston.
The School will reopen after the
Chrhtmas vacation on January 7th,
Tho School enjoyB n healthy situation,
nobbesscs n bpnehms Schoolroom, and a
large well.vcntilated Dormitory. Every
nttcntion is paid to the hialth and com.
fort of the scholms Many old pupils
are now in excellent positions.
Pecs ijsiGOper annum.
Hoys under 10 $12fi per annum,
Days Scholars. ...fiO cents per week.
Hoys over H $1 per week.
All payments must ho in advanco.
tSTFor admission apply to
lSQSw THE PJWN0JPAL.
CATTLE and HORSES