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DAILY BULLETIN'. HONOLULU, H. I., JANUAHY 9, 1889.
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Mr. lien. E. iuiiiehild lias been ap
pointed I iy the Board or Education,
School Aicnl for the district of Ku
wiuhau, Island of Kauai, Nice Hon.
V. V. Kama.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
V. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Ollice, .Ian. 8, ISSif.
Iltd 11 w
Of 1880, at Paris, will Open on tho
5th Uay of May, 1889, and
Closu on tho ilibt Day
of Oct, 1889,
And il being di'Kiiablu that this King
dom t-hould he fully n picscntcd
thoteat, His Majesty's io eminent
lespectfully invito the Public gen
erally to coiitiibute Specimens of the
Aits, l'lixluctf, .Muiuifiu' tines and
natural Ciiiiositics pcitaiiiing to
Tho following"" ninonp; othoi.s aie
suggested as dcsiiablo for exhibi
Collect i o n s of
of Kapa, Mat:-,
1 lut". anil other
Hi. lid woik
ll.iwn .lewoliy of
ICiikni Xutf, etc
Head and Seed
.Maps and Clint tt
I! on k ", Kepoitt-iin-1
in b'd uiluines
"Weapon, 1 ni
Paddy and Kici
"Emits, dried and
and innn'fV ol
Models of inen-:
and nthei iib
lous l'l. tnts
Medicinal and Use-
All notices of intention to Exhibit
and all applications, for tpaeo should
be made to Jno. A. llats-ingi'i, l)o
partnient of the Interior, on or lc
foie January 25th, and all exhibits
must lie dclieied to him for the
Government at Aliiolani Hale, and
leceipled for on oi before Fcbiuaiy
(, ISS'J. r
Col. 7,. S. Spalding will bo the
Special Commissioner of" the llawai-
. ian Ho eminent at Paris dining the
Expedition and will have chaige of
the Hawaiian Exhibit.''.
All exliihitm. must eleaily and ac
curately describe their intended ex
hibits and nli-o the value of tame for
pin pc-es of insurance.
Tim cot of fujv.aiding and letniu
of all Exhibit- will be defi.iyed by
the Hawaiian (ioxeiiinicnt.
Exhibitors. should state whether the
Exhibits, aie foi sale (and if so a
what prices), or a loan, to bo ie
tuincd. "Wheie not so staled it will
bo undeislood that they are to be
bold. Exhibits for sale, will be hold
at the close of the Exhibition for the
benefit of Exhibitots and loans will
be lotuined to the owners at Hono
lulu. JONA. AUSTIN,
Minister of Foicimi itfiiuie,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Out established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. !, 1889.
A gentleman informs us that an
other post, the "borer," that is so
destructive to Mignr-eanc, is appa
rently affected by the mynali. Ho
says that in (IKtuit-t wlicio mynatis
aie plentiful, boieis sue lcpoitccl to
be almost unknown ; whilst in dis
tricts where thorn are no
niyiudis, lioicts aie numerous
and lioublesoine. In the 11a
niaktia district, on the island of
Hawaii, niyniilis tno unknown, and
tlieie borers arc abundant and cause
great destruction of cane. The gen
tleman alluded to is so confident
that the mynah is a remedy for the
evil, that ho is desirous of piocuring
the bird in huge niiinbcis for tho
district just now named, and is will
ing to pay a good price for llicni.
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO EX
HIBIT THE COUNTRY.
On the fifth day of May next,
about four months from the prcsext
time, a gtcat exhibition of every
inciitionablo article will be opened
in the city of Paris, tiic queen city
ot France and Europe. The Ha
waiian Government considers it de
sirable that this kingdom should be
fully represented thereat, and no
intelligent and progressive man can
refuse assent to the Government
view of the matter.
No method of advertising a coun
try, its products, its industries, etc.
of equal effectiveness to exhibitions
has ever been devised. The desir
ableness of advertising this country,
with the view ot attracting people
to it, incieasing our population, im
proving our commerce, and in every
way bettering our standing among
the family of nations, is so gener
ally acknowledged by our own peo
ple that argument in support thereof
is omitted at the present tune. The
opportunity which the Paris exhibi
tion will afford Hawaii of showing
herself to the wide woild will bo
one of superlative advantage. The
exhibition will be open for six
months, during which time millions
of people will visit it from all pails
of the globe. If this little kingdom
makes a good showing there, and
theic is no icason other than the
apathy ot the people why it should
not, it will by that means become
more extensively and better known
during those six months than would
he possible by all other means com
bined in that number of years. Let
us be alive and embrace the oppor
'1 he Hawaiian Government stands
ready to give all the aid and en
couragement in its power. It invites
the public generally to contribute
specimens of the ails, pioilucts,
manulactiucs, anil natural curiosi
ties poi taming to these islands; and
engages to defiay the cost of for
warding them to Paris, and bring
ing them back again at the close of
the exhibition in all cases where
their ictuin is desired. Mr. John
A. llassinger will receive exhibits
at Government House for forwaid-
HORNER'S AHSWER TO C.
1 1 Ii. What is more despicable and
WHAT MYHAIIS ARE GOOD FOR.
The mynah bird has the credit of
having put an end to the caterpillar
pest in the district of Honolulu.
These fnelb are undeniable, that
some years ago, when mjnali birds
were scarce in the district, caterpil
lars camo in periodical droves, and
devoured almost everything green
in their liack; and when mynahs
became plentiful, caterpillars almost
entirely disappeared. Hence the
conclusion that mynahs arc devour
cr of caterpillars.
The writer is doubtful, however,
of tlie accuracy of this conclusion.
Having watched the movements and
habits .of these birds he has never
been them feed on caterpillars, even
when the grass was covered with the
latter. Nor lu.s he ever biicceedcd
iu finding a caterpillar in a niynah's
crop, after many inspections for
that purpose. Nevertheless, it
seems that whoever inynahs are
numerous catcipillars aie scaico;
but,i,ilic mynah probably acts rather
as a preventative Hum as a cure,
lie destioys the moth that breeds
tho caterpillar and not tho caterpil
ing, until the sixth day of Febru
It now rests with the people to
decide whether Hawaii shall make a
shabby or a creditable showing at
the great Paris exhibition. They
may do whichever they choose. If
they aie apathetic and consider il
too much trouble to prepare and
send articles to Government House,
a shabby showing will be the result.
Hut it they wake up, and do their
best, this little Kingdom of the
Pacific will present a modest but an
attractive face in the great Euiopcau
capital which will catch the eye and
engage the attention of great na
tions. Wc sincerely tuist the public
will decide, and decide quickly for
theic is no time to lose to do its
more sinful, the more moderalo use
of liquor or immoderate eating?
Holh aio bad cnottuh. I don't
hold cither in, self or tho Prohibi
tionists responsible for gluttons or
diunkards. Gluttony is no part of
the prohibition legiinc, hence is not
to be discussed under the head of
Prohibition. It is true man may
drink loo much water, ho may woik
too laud, or lust out for want of ex
ercise, he may eat too much as well
as too little", etc., and all may be
classed under the head of intemper
ance. Hut an ovci worked man or a
glutton with a full belly is not likely
to do much damage on account of
having a lull belly ; bullet him fill
up and cra.c himself will) nun, then
stand from under, as three-fourths
of all etimos brought before the
C'ouits are said to be committed by
humans when under the influence
of rum ; so tho ptohihiliouiss are
after rum ! i urn ! rum 1 and only
l urn !
When working for prohibition,
and under the head of rum we in
cludo all drinks that made drunk.
fith. II my wife or my daughter
can and do drink wine, are they
therefore to bo shunned and consid
ered wot thy of ostracism?
We think if your wife and daugh
ter wcra ladies bcl'oie drinking wine
they should certainly ho so consid
ered after, if they don't drink loo
much,andof tiiis there is a danger al
ways lurking in the path of the mo
derate drinker, and strong-minded
drinkers are not exempted from this
danger. A young man and wife
came to Washington township in
California and bought a residence
less than a mile from my faun. The
husband drank "moderately" and
the wife diauk wine, and she went
so far as to claim that she was the
only lady in the township, because
she diauk wine. It was not known
how much she did drink, but it was
believed to bo tnoilciate, as she was
ncvei seen out of torts and always
neatly diessed. Time rolled on, and
oncnight, notwithstanding her neat
and lady like appearance, she was aeci
dently found late at night sprawled
out on tho public road a few hun
dred yards from her residence, with
tho delirium ti unions. She died
soon after. II i husband cut his
throat to a finish .lule laboring un
der the same atlml.on sometime be
fore. Another sad c: c. Many years
ago a young lady graduate just
from an Eastern ,oung ladies' semi
nary, visited a lady friend at my
house who had accompanied her
fioniNowYoik to San Francisco.
I thought then, and I think so still,
that this young lady was the peer of
any lady I nur saw, intelligent,
well educated, faultless in personal
appeal ancu anil eery way a lady.
She soon after married a voung rich
niei chant, to whom she had been
engaged, and they lived in a man
sion in Hie suburbs of Oakland. In
the course of time she was taken
sick, was brought very low. and her
physician presciibed stimulants.
The lady iccoicred, but continued
tho stimulant, and after her hus
band discovered the situation and
foibid any stimulant being bioughl
to the house, she, being rich, bribed
the seiv.mts anil supplied herself
oecielly until she lost her mind, and
had to be shut up and continuously
watched. But she went down to
death in her young days, a disgust
ing sight, wallowing in herown filth.
A few near friends alone were allow
ed to sec her.
In this case "moderate" drinking
awakened a latent, perhaps an in
herited appetite, which would not
down and this young lady was
changed by the drink curse fiom a
pure noble being lo a beast, too dis
gusting to look at. So it may be
nfl.l 41...! nhlmnrrll flw.n l.r. ..rx tt.t
711.11 111.11 .111 llWMLlll iiiuil; 171: mis aiu,
or anything unladylike to drink
moderately, yet il is unsafe. Even
stimulants ordered by doctors are
dangerous, and should he shunned,
as they lead to immoderate drink
ing, disgiace, sm and death. (To
be continued.) J. M. Iloitxuit.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
ISy older of J. V Il.rl.fe'd, lq . Ad.
lnlnlsiriitor nf the lMaic il Vintm i Vin
cent, Ir.if Aliikawao, ibcii'itl, 1 will
seM ill Public Auction, at my SulcMonm,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 10, '89,
AT IO O'CLOCK. A. 31..
Ail Amrtiii"iil of
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Assignee Sale of
tent lloiiscli'tl Finite
I mn lii'lMicti'il by the As Ihiiimi of the
Ksinti- nf . S. 1 mi', in sell
ul Publie Auction at
my 9a'e-inoiii ,
Etc., Etc, Etc,
TPTEsrsr eooBi?! z
White and Brown Cottons !
Velvets, Merino ,
While & Colored Flannels,
Assorted Mi .wis,
Ladies' Dress Goods !
Tailor's Gosfls, Glotliii'
Klc., Htc., Ktc.,
J AS. K. MOUC1AN,
lit at Auctioneer.
BY order of 11. !'. M u:fail me, Kmj.,
I will Fell ul l'u iiii- .Victim, at
my S dual (out, ljuen suitt,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 16tli,
AT IS 'l'E.SrK SOOTS,
The Lease of tint
Ploce or Parol of Laud I
Occtii'inl by II, It. M ii farlaue, as a
jiorii )'i of tin' idealises coiupt iiujr his
leMileiiee ul Wntl.iUI, bel tinder a le.vu
fiom okuti at id liis heirs, dated July IS,
187S, riconbd in Liber flO, on pages 11 1
and 1115. The Leu e lint a tcini nf .1
years to inn from July 18, 183J-, with a
privilege of lenewnl tor a lunlier tenn
of 10 eara; iinnLal rental 1100 and
taxes; Hunt piid to Januaiy 18, 18S9.
On FRIDAY, January 11,1889
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3t.,
Hi? whole of W. y. Luce's
Household Furniture & Effects
ConipilsiiiR in pirt as follows:
l Maplewood Upright Pianoforte
I5y Uuilall & Cnitc, London;
il U. V. Mathlo-top Hcdioom Sulo,
1 Ash Mitrblu.top llcdronm Bet,
!( Single U. W. HcdstnuK
t Child's n. W. Folding Crlh,
Hair, Sprliig & Woven Wire Hattrasscs
It. W. Btrnlon Dining Table
l.ouiice i'c i.cii i.ounge,
(Joiner iiooK CVe,
Worl ed Jhi!r Ulpsj Ta!i!e,
Inlaid Centre Table
illow l'aiioi ruri'ituie,
L.nuANi-ill Itu, M-it,
Eiigjaraa Oil Paiiiiiis,
Uy rl.ietnier it Strong;
Withei Pillows, Miisrpiito Ne:s,
Hun Ki t-, Limps, U-ony.i .,
U'a-s, U.o !.ciy & l'l.ited Ware,
5Ie.it .-sifu te lWns;er.itor,
'Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Ltc , Kte., Ktc.. Etc.
Visit Our Stove ami U't Your Holiday Present
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During tills Sale every customer piucha-diii; the amount of $2.fi0 woi th
will leccivul a handsome
JBSyDc'jds at expense r pinch cr.
i?'Tlic Fiiiniu re will he icnily tor
lii-l (ctimi mi Tlinis-i ij, Jamiavj 10 li
The AuuliuniM-r di lies to in'toiti' the
lidic und geiitlutie uf Iloiio'idn ill it
the tilmvc W nil llui.pl i-. K'.unitiiic, iinil
lo lhos(Mho mo ri'tiiiiiUliing ihio will
he a Odil ojipoiltiiilty ns cfciything
will lie so'd without ic'.-crve.
Come and examine our New Oi oK and you will find them niucli newer
anil lower in mice then olsewhoic. It is our uualteiablo (lelcii.iiiutlion to
have no y.'couise to misleading or misiepreheiitation. Our aiUuliMMiicnt
duly lemeiseiits Hie GoucU we oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladicc' Fine White "ffntrimmed Straw ITats.
gjSF'Lvuk at our Hotel stieet window and bee the line dibjilny of Silvcr
waie suitable for the Holidays.
The near appioacli of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that we make the moit ladical and bleeping eliange.s in oin jiriees,
and we feel fully justilied in publicly ntseiting that in the coming week our
pultons can heeuie adv.mtaue.s in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
"Which have neer been equaled.
Hosiery ' Hosiery '! Hosiery I B-iosiery !
?"Tliis is the IL aiebt Out in Trices ever attempted.
gi3'""We will make Kductionb in all our depailnicnts.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
133 Ot Aiiriinncer.
,;AS. J' MOJJGAIf,
Till: Co.p.irtncisliip IipivIo oi exist
ing heiweea .1. K. Wihler a d
Henry Uavis ot thi- t'ltj. tvi iicil hy
liniltiiliou, i DcccinLer .11, 'Ssa. and
i lii-ed to e.i-t at tlmt nat. Mr. lL-nry
Davis lias lUichnsLd tl'e iineieit t Mr.
J. K. Wilder In the busir.c-s and as
EUliiu'; all thu liauh f.es of the dim of
Davis & Wilder. lie will piy all
ainonut- due by the Hrm m 1 eodtet all
ontsian ling sieco' ills due said llrnr., and
conlinue Hie husinc-s fiom date, under
the name and s-tyle ot Henry D ivis .fc Co.
Honolulu, Januaiy !l, 1831).
T W. MuGUHlE heiLhy notifies the
t? pii'-lic tlmt, he will, in uonjuae
linn villi -I .M(5(iieen, cany on the Hag
gage IDvpiCfsanii l)ra. ing JJwsiae.ss now
eoiiiliicled ly .1. Oiten i. Cc, ooinmenc.
ing on .I.inuiiiy 1, 18-!l. All Kinds of
Ingiiaf;!! o.pn ss and diajing work
i.i)inpily iiitoiideil to. 1!12 tf
' s if r s
n u j.
17IFTYihillir, icwiiid will 1 r paid to
a y. in- j ivinu inloim .lion leading
to the ( on :rli u ol anj- peon alleiiug
the swit' lie or plating clisiiuctions on
the ti.ini'M v.
HAWAHAX TKAMWAYrf CO.
A CHURCH SITE.
Kditok Hui.u'.tin : Please permit
uie, tlirouli your columns, to tay u
few words on a subject whiuli inter
ests inc and ninny of your readeib,
although not ultojjether n iiiullcr of
ffcneial eoneeru. The Coutittl Union
Church people bcem to Hnd borne
(Hfllcully in Bcttling upon a situ for
u now ehuieh edifice. 1 inn not a
Member of the church, nnd do not
wish to interfere in its affairs; but
as an attendant at the publie sei vices
and n libtener, bep; mobt respectfully
to olfer a Hiigestion. Tliere are
three lotH to choose from, nnd all
throe comer lots. I would suggest
Igint of the three, the IJeckley lot,
at the coiner of Heretania and Kort
streets, is tho best. It is centrally
located, laigo, high, and has natural
diaiuage towards the sea and in
land, fiom Iho centie. Neither of
the other lots lias to much to lecoiu
ineiid it. Tlicn it is only just across
the btreet from tho site of tho pie-s-cnt
building, ami tho present situ
could be retained and used for
horses and can iages.
In r. 'ir'iii? lioin ihe I'nii i f Davis &
Wihiir, I wrulil ii s,i. ci t i lv tor my
S'lLcosor M'. Hci ry I) .L, lliu toniinu
ancu of all the good will and kind ) at
mnjgu which wc iniKtl'ir enj vd ttel.
ingconlh.enl h- will nut Ij w I'm; In
etlcrl and dtriiu to .lea e and .-aUsfy
all patties wlio all" rd linn lit ir pit im
age. .1. K. ill ei.
AQIJAKTEHLY diviih-id ofTIuce
Diilhiis per fclnrc II1 he paid to
the Mocl.hoidi if of WlUtcr's Sliamthip
Co., fcaturdav, 12th Inst.
S. U. HOSK,
Honolulu, .Ian. 0, 183'. 142 at
Last evening Thomas Lindsay,
l'ast Chief liangur, assisted by T.
iIuldo(in, installed tho following of
fices of Coutl Liiiinlilo, No. GGOO:
1). Douglas, C IS. (re-elected.)
Thomas Muldot n, S. ('. IS.
l' AVicke, Treastuer.
Thomas Lindsay, Seci clary.
A. Guild, H. f.
M. J. Hilva, J. X.
J. A. M. Osorio, H. I!.
SUPREME COURT JAfi. TERM.
muoitr. niuKinrrox j,
Tui:si)AV, Jan. 8th.
G. Aio vs. "Win. Lindsay et al.
Assumpsit. Cecil Hrown for plain
tiff j no appearance of or for defend
ant. Motion for default and judg
The King vs. "Wnialealo and Alm
oin. Manslaughter, id degice. De
puty Attorncv-ficiieru! Peterson and
W. IS. Castle' for tho Crown; J. U.
Kaiilukou nnd A. ISosit for tho de
fendants respectively. Wnialealo is
tried separately before a Hawaiian
"Wi:iini:si)Av, Jan. ilth.
The Court opened at 10 a. in.,
Hawaiian jurors in attendance, and
thoso not on duty were excused un
til -' p. m.
The King vs. Wnialealo and Alm
oin. Manslaughter, 2d degree.
Waialenlc being tiied separately
before it Hawaiian jury. Continued
from yesterday. (Still on.
TIIK ht-'amcr KINAU will 1 ave Ho.
1 nolulii for the Volcano, TUESDAY
Jiiiiu uy nth, at !i o'clock p. in.
Tickets for tho Bound Trip
112 td WILDER 8. S. CO,
VTfHEHEAS, YV S. Lure, ofli
4 lulu, hns this da ma le mi a1-
in cut of all Iim jiinpiMiy to Uio under
s'iirin (1, foi th- benefit of his cied tors',
not no is heid givin n all urtics
owiiiK Miirt W. S. Luce to make inline
ilintc piiyinem, and any puisoas Inning
diiiins ii.'iiinst Y. S. Luce it i u ictpicstcti
lo ji'cs- in ihrin at once at the office of
W. S. Luce, Meiclaiiii btieet, Honolulu.
J. K. HACKKELD,
Honolulu, Dec. l", 1S8S. 181 lm
HAS I'onl Luils, !'l it k tone, lllnck
.tint hilc sand a'i ! Soil, 'or ! i!e
in any (pmniiiv. A. i j it ii.e ( file" ol
W. U. Add, K.inliiiii) urn hkiii, ll'J in
ew Zealand Mullet
Hrun I )
JFfiit O ''It,'KI''nriislird ltooms,
flf'jhv' & 'iiitnlile fci men and
jiiliii&s "i mhjjIc men. Apply
to No. :'l A liia 're.t. 117 lm
!n 4- doz. Cases of 1 lb. Tin?.
biO&A A SIX.-I100M Cottage on
Tri&':8 -" Emniii stieet, opposite
aiuisi&a Lmmi Jripnie Apply to
.1. M. VIVAS,
111! tf 42 Ve (.hunt blrctt
Fresh Sii'-iidii's by
land Sic in. c .
V I !
I HAVE this day disposed of my en.
lire Intel est in the i.lr.iv nnd express
uiisincsnlkiinuu lis the Aiiiciicnii Expires
Co. lo Mcsfis. .1. W. Mi-Guiro and J
McQueen 'IlutnUing my friends and
thu public guiiuinll for pist favors, I
would most rerpectliiUv "k for u con
limiaucu of the Biinic for my successors
All outsiandiiij.' niimiiits ! J inuuiy 1,
LSS'J, will bo sullied 1 v nu
ll. K. lIEBIJAItD.
Honolulu, Jiiniiiiiy 1, l!l.
J. E Brown
lfi7 Mr ',ariiif.
For Whosiilng Ctuigli
Let an' .cu n u c
Dr. Loir's CIihtv Cordial
A trial, nnd the most violent cold
will, In a ihoit time he
HOLUSTER & CO.,
1151 Agents. Sm
NU'J'IPE is he ebv u.ieu that Ah
Y'ons of Kal'hi Valley. Oahu, has
sold to Lin Ah Liu. for -jXiO, his un
divided onc-llfth iut rest inn lease of a
CPitaiu piece of piopntv in Kalilii Val
ley, dating fiom Kohruaiy L'2, 18S8,
fiom L'liu-.i Kelenahe el al.; together
n hit Ills tindhided one ilfth Intciestin
buildings thereon, fiiiuiluie thcicln,
four Inn -c-, all njiiiciilluial iinpleineut,
Mailed, LIN" All LIN.
Dated. Jan. I. ISS'J. las 2w
uiwiiiu Tnimwiiys Co,
-OPENING OF THE-
ALL parties indebted to W. S. Luce
on the ill) Hi day of September lust,
aiu lemicstt-d lo scttfu up thnlr nccountb
JIElXO now prepared lo conduct an
) extensive dr.iyinp and express
business we earnestly Milieit patioime.
Mutu-il Telephone, r,iir ; t.rll Ttlenhone,
ICO. J. V. JIcOUIltE,
137 lw .1. MCQUEEN.
in once. W. K. LUCE.
lly lil atlorncy-in fact, Frank lirowu.
4 DIAMOND mid S.ippl.lw Lonlel
l. on New Year's Da, on Kiniratul
lU'ictnula suiet, or thoManoa Itnad. A
round nf $111 will he piid to the Under
on reluming tho tuinu to
1!I8 lw J. M. SIONSAKHAT.
ELECTION of OEEJCEKS.
AT the icKiilar iiKetiiij; of the United
( him mi NiciUy held on tho ilrd
int , Iho lollntving viero ilichircd duly
ckcted as ofllceis of the enrpniation for
the entiling year, vl.s
Picsldcnt A. IL Loo Ntcawlc,
Viee.l'nsldL'nl L. Ahlo,
AfiWiiiiI Sceretaiy....Tiuu Wa Ilin,
Treasurer Ng Ong,
Asiistitnt Trcasurci' Yc u Chin,
J 10 EON,
Sicielftiy U. C W
Honolulu, .lun. 7. ltJSD. HO at
"pHE (OLDEST DAILY in tho
JL Kiugdoin "The Daily Eullctin."
rnO tho Cieditnis of Iho EMiUe of
X Lee Hoop & Co., luukiupls, take
That the undersigned, Assipnce of tho
Esiiuu of Lee Ilonp it Co., lmiikriipls,
has pieparalory lo Ids final account
and dividend, suhuiilttd his account
as iiicli Assignro nud llle.l tho Fame
before Hon L McCully, Justice of Iho
Suprcni" Court, at his Chambers, to
whom ho will tit 10 o'clock a. m. on
SATURDAY, thu 12th day of Janunry,
Ibbli, apply loi a Mitilcmcnt of taid ac.
count antl for a (li-chaij;o (rani all liu.
blliiy an such Ahilgnee, and for nn ouler
to iiittko a llnnl divldeiit.
And that any poison intciostrd may
then and there ajijiear and contest the
same. V. O. l'ARKE,
Asslijnco Eotato of Loo Hoop ii Co.
I'ou mam: only iy
King Street Line
Vnv any OiHtaure.
The Cars will coiaincnoe iiinnlnjjon tho
foll'Hvinj; cllcule time,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
135 28 Meicluut Kltcu. I Jin
The Best Company
-OIT- Nlt3V YOHK.-
Loavo Chlncso Thcat.
0.80 a. m.
X OEI1KONS dlspoted to en.
3st& -- ii'iyo in cutcliliii; nnd
caging Mynah Ilirdsanil Spar,
rows in lingo niimbun?, will
llml It prollliiblo to themsolves by apply,
nig for a purchaser at tliU olllce.
Furniture For Sale and
.XWrf.h t l,lr,,ol, Ii, .. ..r.11.... . r,
iMjnm . "". V,"M' " " "".
UHNITUHE for f ale, cheap
Ilcrolauia ftreet, mar I'uuch
bowl tlnot The Bnino t'otlngo to let at
$ lii per mouth Apjiyl'i
Hoval Hole), comer of Kuuunu and
Merchant btrccts. HI 81
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in tho World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy hnldoiH jn tho
Hawaiian Islands, dining the
past ten yonre,
Over : 1 OO.OOO OO.
Lcavo Rillo nanijo.
n.ro a. m.
7.(10 " 7!I0
7,!!0 " 8.C0
8.C0 " 8.S0
s.ao " u.oo "
U0 " 10.00 "
lO.I'.O " 11.00 '
ll.itd " V-'.OOm.
I-'.OOm. lU.HOv. m.
l'.'.noi1. m. i.eo "
l.to " i,;to "
1.M) " '.'.00 "
t'.io " :ioo
:i.uo " loo "
'.00 " -t no "
4,'.o " n,(n "
0,05 n ir, "
r.,:i.'i " n.in
o.m " n an
(1.II5 " 7.05
7.0 i " H.00 "
7.:io " f.io "
9.10 " 10.00
Tho 7.01 p. in. fiom IhuKilla Hmuo
will lone coinei of llcrtUnlu nul l'u.
liahou eltects al 7.03 p. in.
CQr For ratea, apply to
S. II. IM(MK,
Qeucral Agent, Honolulu. Ilawallmi
'lo litbuio piinctimllty, it is requested
that passengers will, as Jar at poM-lhlo,
Join ami leave tho ears at tho cornuri. of
They tiro idbo rosprrtfully cautioned
ngnlitbt attcuipting to enter or ulight
from tho cars whlM In motion ; to sec
that the ticket handed to them in tcturn
for tluir fare is actually torn from the
driver's slii', lo retain that ticket dur.
ing tho jomnoy, and to destroy Hon
leaving the car. Dec 29-88
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