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DAILY BULX.HTIN": HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 7, 1889.
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Picdntd to iicitu Sect nor Party,
But established 1 t the benefit of alt.
MONDAY, JAN. 7, 188'J.
WHY THIS EXCEPTION?
If wo arc eorieetly informed, the
supplies of Oahu prison are uot fur
nished by public tender. Other
public institutions submit the sup
plying of their wants to public com
petition. "Why is the jail made an
exception? For 0111 selves, we me
not particularly partial to the tender
system ; but the public; regard it
with favor w hen conducted on fair
and sciicnu principles. Besides, if
the Government pmfts to give all
mechanics anil tradesmen an equal
chance to compete for wotk and
furnishing supplies, why are the
prison supplier furnished by private
step into the vacant place, and all
below him step up' a round of tho
ladder, leaving the vacancy to ho
filled by tho new man at tho bot
tom. In eountues where this practice
is followed there is ellleienoy in the
public service; where it is ignoied
there is weakness; an long as we
disregard it our public service will
be in the rear.
A MALICIOUS DEED.
The Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany, lliiough their manager, Mr.
Gribble, offer a toward of 30 to
anyone giving information that will
lead to lite conviction of any person
maliciously altering the switches or
placing obstructions on their track.
Some pei-.m or persons unknown
have committed butli the acts, for
the conviction of the p.upetrulor or
perputiati)r of either of which the
reward is otfeicd. The other night
several of the snitches wcie alter
ed, and stones weie laid on the rails
at the same places, to aid in turning
tho cars otf the track. Fortunately,
a careful look-out prevented any
seiious consequences resulting either
to cats or to passengers, thus frus
tratingan evident design. The miser
able, despicable, inhuman creature
or creatures who can rcsoit to such
cowardly methods of injuring others
are a disgrace to their species and a
deformity in the social economy.
Their proper place is the jail. It is
not only the property of the Tram
ways Company that such deeds are
calculated to injure, but also the
persons of the occupants of the
cars. It is to be hoped that the re
waul offered will have the double
effect qf bringing to punishment
the guilty patty or parties and pre
venting 'a lepetition of the dastardly
OPPOSITION TO PROGRESS MUST
Probably there was never yet a
measure of pi ogress initiated or
proposed that did not meet with dis
favor and encounter opposition from
some quaitcr. Unreasonable and
unreasoning prejudice often stands
in the way of and obstructs ad
vancement. A new project which
is clearly calculated to promote the
greatest good to the greatest num
ber, is sometimes strenuously and
determinedly opposed, because it
may operate or may be supposed
to operate against certain establish
ed interests. Hallways, horsecars,
steam engines, and labor-saving
machinery of almost every descrip
tion have all had to encounter oppo
sition of this nature in the early
stages of their existence.
It would be too much to expect
that a system of street cars should
be initiated in the quiet little city of
Honolulu without any opposition.
It should be said, however, for the
people of all classes, that a vast
majority of them hail with welcome
the "innovation." The pattouage
which that part of the system the
King street line already in opcia
tion, has received since its opening
on tho first day of the present year,
is sufficient proof of this assertion.
But it cannot be claimed that the
enterprise which, above all others,
is manifestly in the public interest,
giving easy and cheap transit to all
parts of the city when all the pro
jected lines ate completed and open
ed, is regarded with universal ap
proval. Prejudice operates in some
quartets and self-interest in others.
Nothing, however, can prevent both
these classes of obstacles being ul
timately swept bcfoie the trium
phant march of progress, mill wo
confidently predict that the time is
not far distant when everybody will
wonder how wc had done without
street railroads so long.
to bo estimated on a "Cheap-John"
scale of starvation vvngos, and oven
this fails. It is said that the De
partment estimated the cost of
grading and lilting in Ala
kea and Hulcknuila streets at
SI, 300, and wo believe that wo are
within the truth when wc say that
the actual cost mote than doubled
that amount. It remains to be seen
whether the piojectcd load to the
top of Punchbowl can be consli tid
ed for $8,000, the amount estimat
ed. For our own pait, we have no
hesitancy in saying that it will be a
pretty poor road that can be made
for that sum. If it turns out other
wise, we shall be ready to apologize.
Cheap estimates do not imply
work completed nt the estimated
cost ; but when the cost of complet
ed wotk appreciably exceeds the
estimate, it indicates incompetence
on the p:u'. of the estimator.
NONE TOO HARD.
Fnnou Bulletin: The present
President of the Hoard of Health,
regardless of the former regulations
made in Mr. Gibson's lime, requir
ing Mini people having contagious
diseases should be placed in quaran
tine for 13 or 21 days, after their
anival, at the quarantine station,
pei milted a lady to go to her house,
on arrival, with her children, who had
all had the measles and still had the
whooping cough. Visitors were al
lowed to go in and out; and she
visited her neighbors as well. The
result has been the death of many
children, and the disease is spread
ing nil over the islands. Your cor
respondent in Saturday's issue is
none too hard in his slrtctuies.
IIADITS AND LONG LIFE.
The information which the blanks
give on the subject of habits coin
cides with the opinion of most peo
ple, formed fiom observation, Hint
longevity without lcgularity of hab
its is rare. These old people, men
and women alike, are put down as
early lisers and rcltrcrRiilmrwt with
out exception, and fully nineteen
out of every twenty have obseived
this custom throughout life, except
perhaps, at some short period in
youth. Meals have been eaten re
gularly, threo each day, witli dinner
at noon, the exceptions belli", so
rare as to indicate nothing. Exer
cise in most cases has been hard
work up to sixty-five or seventy, and
after that period has eonsisted(vhen
the regular occupation lias been
given up) of walking, gardening,
or both. Except in c&scs of sick
ness these old people arc, as a rule,
as active and as fond of constant oc
cupation of some sort to-day as most
men and women are at !io. One
of the most significant facts gather
ed in this canvass is that regarding
occupations. Out of 1,000 men
throughout life, lGlhave been farm
ers ; 5)2 have been carpenters! 70
merchants," 'CI niaiiiiiTB, -j,1' laborers,
42 shoemakers, 41 manufactuicrs,
23 clergymen, 23 masons, 10 black
smiths, 1G bankers, 12 each iron
workers, mill hands, physicians, and
lawyers, and tho balance tire divid
ed among nearly all the other tiades
and professions. The list includes
only one each of the following: Her
mit, hunter, chemist, professor, sol
dier, broker auctioneer, jockey,
contractor. Nearly nil, however,
began life upon the larm. Popular
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Y order of II. H. Miicfarlnnc, Esq.,
I will cull nl Public Auction, nt
my oiiearooni, tjurcii stieei,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16th,
AT IB O'CLOCK XOOX,
Tho Lease of that
Piece of Parcel of Lull!
Occupied by II. It. Mttcfarlnne, us a
portion of tho premises comprising his
irsidencu til Wutklkl, liubl under it lenso
from l Mum nml his huirs dated duly 18.
1878, recordul in LlbcrfiU, on piycs 114
and 115. The Leu-ii luis u tettn of C
years to inn from July 18, 1888, with a
ptivllego nf lenoiuil lor a further term
of 10 (cuv; annual rcillfil $300 tuiil
taxes; 'item paid to January 18, 18S9.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KSCBVEM AWAY -31
Visit Our Store tuul Get Your Holitlny Present
BSylX'uls nt expense cf purdii er.
J AS. R MORGAN,
A NEAT, capable 'ir) us nurse iu
X3L siiiuil family. Apply
V. S. DODGE,
1L0 Beicliuiia Mrect.
1'ONY FOR SALE.
SUPREME COURT JAN. TERM.
IlUl'Olti: IlICKKKTOX J.
RIGHT AKD PH0PER.
The appointment of iVlr. Y. Fos
ter to the judgeship of the Police
Court, tccenlly, left vacant the bead
clerkship of the Supieine Court, a
position which Mr. Foster had occu
pied very satisfactorilj for several
ycais. The vacancy has been filled
in a way which we deem light and
proper. No outside party, inex
perienced and untiaincd in the du
ties of the olllce was awarded the
position ; but 31 r. II. Smith, the
second clerk, has been promoted to
the chief's place, and Mr. J. II. IJeist,
the third clerk, to the second place,
thus leaving the third position to be
filled by a new man. Both the
gentlemen named have had years of
practical schooling in tho service,
which qualifies them for and entitles
them to the promotion which they
have justly received ; and we note
with satisfaction that those who pos
sess the appointing power recognised
this fact. It is to be hoped that
other depuitments of the public ser
vice will benefit by the worthy ex
ample of the Kupreiuc Cotut iu this
It lias been too much the custom
to place attho heads of departments,
when vacancies occurred, new men,
quite inexperienced in tho duties
required of them, altogether ignor
ing those who have had long train
ing in subordinate positions of the
same department. As long as this
practice is adhered to we can never
have an elllcicut public service. No
man is qualified for any olllce for
which he has had no training, or iu
which he has had no experience
"Every man to his trade." A ilrst
class navigator of a ship usually
cuts a sorry Jiguic at tho tail of a
plow, and the expert plowman
makes jin-t ns big u mess at navi
gating a ship. A mail may bo a
dose approximation to perfection in
the line of life to which ho hug been
brought up -1 ehind the counter,
in the counting jooin, or at the typo
casu, for instance and a perfect
bungler at tho head of n Govern
ment department, because his train
ing has not been in that direction.
Whan any position iu tho public
Bciviee, other than tho lowest, be
comes vacant, let tho next below,
who has there acquired proficiency,
WHOSE FAULT IS IT?
Tenders aie invited by the Minis
ter of Interior for repaiis and addi
tions to Oahu Prison. This is the
second effort ot the .sumo nature.
Tendets were asked and received
before, some time an. These have
been rejected, because theyjwere "all
in excess of the appropriation."
There is no intimation that the len
ders were too high, but tho appro
priation is too low. The tenders
now invited are on "modified speci
fications." Now, it appears that cei tain re
pairs and additions are needed at
Oahu piison, in accordance with tho
specifications on which the former
tenders were made; or why those
specifications? But the Legislature
did not appropriate suillcient money.
Whose fault was it? the Legisla
ture's or the Cabinet's who framed
the Appropriation Bill?
The Legislature cannot be accus
ed of iiiggtudlincss. It was ready to
grant anything the Ministers asked.
Money was no object with that do
cile body. Money lor poi houses,
private electiic lights, a road to the
top of Punchbowl, :i cable
scheme that looked a little
queer, coffee and ramie cul
ture, etc., was freely granted; and
if the Cabinet had asked for nn ap
propriation to construct n caniagc
drive to the moon, a majority of the
Legislators weie ready ,to shout
"aye." Then why was it that Oahu
piison was treated to a short allow
ance? Simply, we understand, be
cause no moic was asked for. Such
being (lie caw, the Legislature is
not justly chaigenblo with the ciror
of appropriating an iusullicienl
amount for the necessary lcpaits
and additions to Oahu prison. The
fault lies with the Cabinet for plac
ing so small an amount on the Appro
Probablyhe Ministers themselves
were told that that amount was suf
ficient, by their subordinates who
were entrusted with the duty of es
timating the cost of, and reporting
upon, all such woiks. Whoever
made the estimate is chargeable
with bungling or incompetence, or
rritii the former as a consequence of
This blunder Is of apiece with tho
Public Works Department of tho
Government. Everything appears
Hawaiian jury and foreign jury.
Criminal cases are first called in
their order upon the calendar.
No. 23. Defendant called three
limes, fails to .inswer.
No. 24. Defendant called three
times, fails to answer. Mr. V. V.
Ashlotd, their counsel, failed to no
tify thetii to lie pii'M-iit tins n. m.
No. 51. The Court reserves de
cision upon Mr. Ii.irtwell's motion
to have this e placed upon the
Mixed juiy Calendar, wheie itwould
come if an Oahu case; and upon
Mr. Itu&a's Motion to have it placed
upon the Hawaiian jury Calendar if
an Oahu oiae.
No. 71. On oral motion of C. W.
Ash ford case of Cougdou vs. Acker
man, which he states was omitted
from the Bnmn Calendar, is oidered
phieed therein as No. 71.
No. ill. On motion ol Mr. Castle
becomes juiy waived.
No. -10. Mr. Whiting gives nolke
lie appears for .defendant and tiles
No. IT. Mr. Magonn gives notice
that a gcneial demurrer has been
No. 51. Notice is given that
a demurrer has been filed.
No. 5!1. Mr. Castle asks leave to
withdraw answer of Messis. Hitch
cock and Hitchcock and to file plea
in bar for defendant instead. Mr.
Aclii objects. Matter is left for fu
No. '2'J. Mr. Neumann states he
lias been retained, wants to know if
Mr. Kaulukoii also has as the Ca
lendar blates. Mr. Kaulukoii dis
claims being tctaincd in this case iu
No. -M. Mr. Castle gives notice
lie is attorney for defendant.
The Court sets the following cases
for trial, beginning ibis morning in
this order: Nos. !, 5 and 1, each
defendant iu the latter to be tried
separately in their ptesent order
upon the Calendar.
No. 57. Mr. Neumann orally
moves for default of defendant to
answer. The Court states that upon
presentation of Clerk's certificate of
delimit order will be made.
No. '1. Each defendant is separ
ately arraigned upon an indictment
and each pleads not guilty. Mr.
Rosa orally moves that as he is at
torney for Aliaula only he have a
separate trial and motion Is grant
ed. No. 35. Mr. V. V. Ashford orally
moves for mitigation of sentence,
defendant being pic-iit in Court,
and argues. Alter hearing argu
ment of Deputy Attorney-General
P. A. Peterson contra, the Court
leserves decision until to-morrow
No. 3 is called for trial.
The following juiors are diawn:
John Utile, Win. McGuru, Ksuiuhn,
Ins. Kauhimc, Iona, Chits. Bent,
John Poe, Ilnalllo, Kdwu. Hall, Ku
alitku, Ilylo Knp u, John Ailtui.
The Deputy Atlornoy-Genciul
opens to the jury and proceeds with
the evidence for the Ctown.
This is an appeal from tho Police
Court of Honolulu, where on Oct.
G, 1888, defendant was found guilty
and sentenced to pay a flno of 850
and costs $3.70. Defendant is
cluugcd with assault and battery on
a Police Olllcer in Honolulu, on Oct.
2, 1888. At 12 noon, a iccess taken
until 1 ;15 p. in.
Hawaiian jurors not drawn on this
juiy were excused until 2 p. in. to
day, Foieign jurors not to appear until
Sam. Mahcloua, n Jltiwaiinn
juior excused by tho Court on phy
sicians (Dr. Trousseau) ceitilica'to
for tho teiin.
Picccss at noon until 1:15 p. m.
Assignee SaJe of
Elipt lloiisiili'd tailiire
I sun Instructed hi" llic As-dgtms of Die
EsUte of V . Luce, lo ell
at Public Auction at
On FRIDAY, January 11, 1889,
AT lO O'CJT.Ollft A. .11.,
Tlit1 wbole of W. S. Luce's
Household Furniture & Effects
f omprising in put as follows:
IMaplewood Upright Pianoforte
l!y liue'rill & Cailc, London;
3 JJ. W. Msirblctop lUdronm.Stts,
1 A-.. i Mmhlc-lop Jledioim Sri,
3 Single B. W. lieiKtcntl-.
1 Child's U.W. Folding Ciib,
OUITAM-.'H for a
l A (&
O child. New te-
versllle child s mldlc
.--feiil-i-:- withbiidlc. All coin-
plele. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
Oa MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During Ibis Side every customer put chasing the amount of $2.1)0 worth
will leccivcd a bandsonio
73b B n
Come and examine our New Grods, and you will find them much newer
and lower in price then clscwbeie. It is our unalterable determination to
have no recourse to misleading or misrepresentation. Our advertisement
tmly leprcsents the Goods wc offer for i-ale.
Over 120 doz. of LadieB' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
$fi7""Look at our Hotel bit eel window and see the fine display of Silver
ware suitable for tho Holiday!-.
The near approach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that wo make the most tadical and bwecping changes iu our piices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
patrons can secuie advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
"Which have novel been equaled.
Sossery ! Hosiery I Hosiery I hosiery !
This is the Ilcavicot Out in Prices ever attempted.
?" We will nuiku nduclions in nil our departments.
i, Q LARGE Furnished Rooms,
rWWvft suitable foi wen and
iSSiiSa wife, or single tueu. Apply
to No. :)1 Aluken sheet. 117 lm
SIX-HOOM Cottle on
Kit. in i sticu opposito
mini 'quite Apph to
J. M. VIVAS,
4'.' Mu cb.mt street.
Hair, Spring & Woycn Wire Mattrasses
B. Y. Extension Dining Table
1 Elepit B. f . Sietart
Lounge & Bed Lonng. ,
(Joiner Book Ci-r.
Worked Uli.tir Gip'- 'lubles,
Inlaid Centre Table
Willow Parlor Pur itttrc
Lurgc & Small Hnj,'-, Vf-it,
Enffiiiip, Oil Piiiiis,
Hy 'lavender '. SlHfiiij;
Firt'lior Pillowt., Mi'bqu t ) Nets,
lWi kets, Limp-, U nii"
Ukt-s-, Ciocken & 1,.ic1 Ware,
Me.iiSifoA: 'I li 4jr.1l.jr,
Pui lot 11 lit!
Kitchen Stovo and Utenaiis,
Itc, Lie, Etc., Etc.
t2TTh Furniture will be ready for
in-i ecttoji on TlmHihiiv,.bttiiniry 10th.
The Auctioneer iliiiiits to inform the
ladies tuul genlli men nt Hot ohibi that
the nbovc is all IIi'dLcIhsr Furniture, and
to thobc who mo refut iii-dibijj litis will
bo n fiood opportunity 11s everything
will l.o eold without mserve.
,ISS P. Thiele will re-open her
IT J school at the 1001111 f mieily oc
cupied by Mr. V. K. llebbaid. 011 lie
tetania s'lieet, Mrs. Ilelibitid having ic
signctl her school to Mi's P. Thiele.
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lilu ilDUUIJlH " fl '
MUliiltilV mm .mzvMzm
SgHIIlffTIIII 11 1 "
DAVID KAA.il tUE
HS (J01.1I Rock, i lm i; -tnni-, Rl-iuk
and ' kite i-antl 11 nl Soil, lor st'e
in mi) qtuinlin .
W. O. Acid, Kauliti
tl m titu
JVV. McGUIItE hereby notifies the
public thai be will, in conjunc
tion v-iili J. McQueen, o'ltty on the Dug
Kiii;u EiprtM'iiul Drawing Business noiv
coiniiieicd by J. fliv-j"i & Co., eonimciic.
ing on .Imiiinry 1, IBM'. All Kinds of
Iritjr-ago cxprob unit (baying work
piomptly uttetnlrtl to. I!i2 If
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
133 0t Auctioneer.
NOTICE is licicby given that Ah
Ynng of Kiilihl Valley, Oahu, has
sold to Lin Ah Lin, for 3:i0, his un
divided otic-fifth intctest in a lease of a
eeititin piece of property in Kallhi Val
ley, dating from February 22, 181:8,
fiom Lam. 1 Kelenahe ct nl.: together
with hi-, undivided one-fifth iDtciestin
building- thcieon. furniture thcieiu,
four hoi e, allagiiciiltiir.il iinpleineust,
Signed, LIN AH LIN.
Dated, .Tan. 4, 1880. 138 2w
(Star ISnuxl )
Dr. Fa chmorl,
C'inc5 all ' lite A t'ltionio Diseases
Iw Katun-'- vvn pnic1'-., utibout medi
eiiie. Pi- v l me for AUhma and
Hhcuiii.ili in. Suiu ''arc for Whooping
fou ah from !i to .1 dnys
Office Hours: 1 In 3 p.m., 93 Hotel Strcot,
U5 Honolulu Llm
''PIIE Schooner "Waiehu"
L Mill? TUKSDAT AF.
TERNOOM. Junuurv Hlh. ut
-cZ&i& 1 l eioint, inr tiuMiipupc, nitt-
idea'j, Nawiliwlli, WuiniCii and IColoa,
ICau i. For f reiylit or pussngu ttpply to
the Captain on hoiud 140 It
A MEETING of the members of the
lliiHiiliiin Jockey Club will he
held on MONDAY, Jnuinry 7lh, at a
o'clock i'. m , at the llawaiitin Un'el, for
tho purpose of ti anticline; impniiHitt
buMness. O. O. BEROER,
VM 3t Sctrclnry.
rpili; reul'ii meeting of the Honolulu
JL Yueht & Rout Club will he lield at
their bo.11 bnii-o tit 7:!'.0 o'clock i M on
TUESDAY, Ihe Hth Inst The eUction
of olllcciH lor ensuing year will take
place mid olhir Imi-Iiicm. of llnpnitiince
will bo liiongbt hi-foro the meeting. A
full atteudiiuce is n (pulled.
JJ. J. SPALDINQ,
13!) 2t ftciutiiry.
WHEREAS, W S. Lure, of Honn.
lulu, has litis day in'ido in assign
ment of all his piopi'rty to Iho under
pigiiLd, for Ihe benefit ot his cred lors-,
nolico is hetehy given 1 all pirties
owiitK siiid W. S. I.tii e to inuk" imine
diiitu paymunr, and any p 'ions hiving
chiims iigainsi W. S. l.uee rfre lequested
to pre-ettt them at once nt the olliee of
W. S. Luce, Merchant stteet, Honolulu.
J. F. HAOKFELD,
Honolulti, Dec. n,188i.
In 4 doz. Cases of 1 lb. Tin?.
Fresh Supplies bv cielt New Zei
land Steamci. Fni SiUi- by
J. E. Brow & Co.,
137 Sole Agent". ft f
Let an' perh u .o
Dr. Low's Cherry Cordial
Atrial, and the mo-t violent cold
.will, In a hort time be
HOLLISTER & CO..
lirl ARents. I2tn
Principil Ri. Rev. Alfred AVillis,
D. D , I'.ishup of Honolulu.
M ittcr John Ittf-h, Ki-q., London
Untveihity, M. O. P. Coitiflcated to
tcich Dr.vwinv bv Science and Art De
ptrtmeut, South lCenaiiiKtoii.
At. 1st an : Mis Annie M. Prescott,
' i ttilieu'i'd bv llntird ol Supervisors of
iho Pi hlh' Schools, ot the U'ttv of Boston .
Th" Siboul will
le-opun after tho
on .Isnunry 7th.
I HAVE this day disposed of my en
liru interest in the dray and express
business kiiuv.n us the Americun Exjirts
Co, to Messrs. J. W. Mctiulic and J
McQuien 'lhankinj: my ft lends and
Ihe public generally lor past favors, I
would iiiobt ieipectfiilly usk for a con.
liniiiince of the sumo for my successors
All outsiiindlni; accounts to January 1,
1S80, will ho hctlled bv me.
II. F. HEBBAKD.
Honolulu, Juuuitry 1, 1831).
'I hu '-cl ool e joys a healthy situation,
i -osc a -i.iict' us Sell ool loom, and a
l.irj" wcil.vin i'ultd Dormitory. Every
a tendon is piid to the health and com.
lortot the teholurs. Many old pupil b
aic now iu excellent positions.
Fees S1G0 per annum.
Roys under 10 .125 per annum.
Diiys Scholars. ...GO cents per week,
l.oy.- oer H $t per week.
All piijmentH must he in advance.
C?For admission apply to
120 2vv THE PRINCIPAL.
l'OIt HAIiB OXlX BY
A QUARTERLY inert I nj? of O.
llii-uer it l ii will lie held nt the
olllce of the (ioiupiny, on Qutim itreet,
on the Utli liul.iui, nt 10 n'olool. .v. u.
J. O. CARTE II,
ISO Ivy ,-icietiuy
ASPKOIAL mceiliit! of the stock.
Iioldi'.i. of iho Wiiiohlnu Agilcul.
tuiid A- Gni.tiiir Co (l.imlled;, mIIIIih
held on Wi:iNIvSDAY, Ihu 'th day of
Jnniiary, ut ilm ollleu of O. P. fitukco,
llouoliilii, ut 10 oVInol; a, m
O. P. IAUKEA,
128 td Hecrctary.
BIJIXO now prepared to conduct nn
extensive, (buying and express
business, wc earnestly solicit putronngu,
Mutiiul Telephone, fiu5; Bell Telephone,
HiO J. W. McGUIRE,
l71w J. MCQUEEN.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
135J 28 Mcichant Stree'. lm
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OXT N13"SV yOKK.
The Fastest Machine in the World
LiCfful & Coiinnorcitil Work
Richard A. HcCurdy, President.
rno the Ciedltors of the Estate of
JL Leu Hoop &, Co,, hunkrupts, take
1'lmt the undersigned, Assignee ot the
Etalo of Leo Hoop & Co., bankrupts,
litis pieparatory to his Html account
and dividual, tnbniittcd his account
ns malt Assigneo and fl'c'l the ramo
before Hon L McUully, Justice o the
hutiemo pourt, at his ChaHhers, to
whom he will nt 10 o'clock a. m. on
SATURDAY, the 12th day of January,
llibil, apply for a Kcltlcment nf said tic.
count and for a discharge from all I la
bllily as such Assignee, and for mi order
to make u final dividual.
And that tiny pet son intcicstal may
then mid (hero appear m.d conUstthu
Biinie. W. O. PARKB,
Assignee Eitato of Lee Hoop &, Co.
Tho Largest Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U.S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Polioies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
CUIms pitid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian Ibluuds, during the
piist ten years,
Oyer : Js lOO.OOO OO.
Result of Special Contests for 1088:
Cincinnati, July 25th, Remington 07
woids pur minute.
Nitvv Yokk, August 1st. Remington
won lit, 2nd, ilrd mid 4th Prizes.
Toronto, August 13th Remington
won (cltumplauship ot the world) Gold
and Silver Medals for highest speed ever
recorded til) words per minute, exclud.
I.akkGkouou.N.Y Mcliurrin broke
the uvwiil, writing on ihu Reiniugton
108 !)-.') winds per minute, excluding
(irons; wiitlug blindfold 107 words per
fcJPTo ho hail with or without Cabi.
W. M. GIFFAKD,
Agtnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
6T Fpr rules, apply to
W. It. ItOMK,
Qeuerul Agent, Honolulu, Uawaiiiiu
N. Ik Letters iiihlreBbid to the Agent
c.o. W. O. Irwin & Co. wl'l have prompt
attention. dec 20 88
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken tho Studio fonnerly occupied
by A. A. Montana, corner of King
and Foit streets, und is prc-
puicd to tako
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES
I'rlntliie Woiip Jor Ainntjjiivij,
Cabiuets $C a Doz. Work Guaranteed,
j&Sr Eutrauce ou Fort Street. "g
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