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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 12, 1889.
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Will be received at the Tntvrior
Ottlco until WEDNESDAY, Mny 1.
1889. for mi Iron Muiket lluilditig
for Honolulu, in aeeoidane.e with
pinna unit specifications to bo seen
at the offlee of tin- "uupiintcmlpnt of
Public Works. All niutcihil to be
delivered on the wli nf nt Honolulu,
complete ami ready for ereelion.
Custom House Eutiy and duties free.
'l All renders must .be, endorsed
"Tender for Iron Market Building
The .Minister of the Intel ior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
LUltKIN A. THUKSTON,
MiniMer of the Interior.
Intel iur Depa' intent,. Ian. 10, 18SU.
T li Ji
Pletiuetl lo neither Stct nor Party,
But rstnbtistuil for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY. JAN. 12, 1889.
A LETTER FROM DR. TROUSSEAU
1H RE WHdOPINC COUCH.
Dis. N. B. Kju:k-ox.
Pro, of the lloanl of Health.
Dun' Doctor: As, ;ou wish nic
to give you my opinion about the
vexed question ol the whoop
ing eotmh. and its introduc
tion, I will endeavour to do so as
clearly as possible.
On June 20, 1S8S, Dr. Brodie,
being at the time in San Francisco,
I acted as, Port Physician. On my
boarding the Australia, 1 found two
of W. W. Hall's children in charge
of Miss White, both of them suffer
ing from measles. Mr. Hall and
Mr. O. White had both come out
with me in the Pilot Boat. There
was no other sickness on board, and
the children did not have v hooping
1 told Mr. Hall that he would be
allowed to take his children home,
that 1 would immediately report the
cases to you, which you lemeniber
I did at once, and that he would
have to submit to any quarantine
regulation you would think lit to
impose. Dr. Kimball happened to
be living on Mr. Hall's premises.
As he was Government physician, it
was also ananged that it would bo
better lor him to take the medical
care of the children. So tar I had
been the l.wnily pliy.-ician of Mr.
Hall. Aly object on unikini this
arrangement was that no selfish
motive could be attributed to me in
allowing the case to hind, and
could not lie poihly accused ol
making a 'job" for m'lself. Fioin
that day to this Dr. Kimball has at
tended the ehiidicu thiough the
measles, and whooping cough when
it appeared in the lamily
On July 8th following, Dr. Brodie
being still absent, 1 boarded the
Mariposa and found on board Mrs.
Hall with the balance of her family,
all well Dr. Biodie was a fellow
passenger. Kot satislied with the
usual inspection 1 particulaily asked
him if he knew of any sickness on
board. lie said there was none,
and surely the peculiar features of
whooping cough would not have es
caped his experienced car on a close
association tor a week on board. I
am thcrcfoie justified on stating that
on July 8th Mrs. Hall's children did
not have whooping cough, nor any
other children on board, in a form
that could be recognised by any
experienced physician. When the
whooping cough broke out in the
Hall family, 1 am not prepared to
From the foregoing it is evident
that I have to shoulder all lesponsi
bility from June 20th to July 8th,
1888, as far as whooping cough and
measles are concerned. I do so
"with a clear conscience and leave it
to tho community to decide if any
blame can be attached to my actions
or not. As far as yourself and the
Board of Health uio concerned, no
possible fault can be reasonably
Now, let us see how whooping
cough developed iUelf. It was
imported from tho Coast either in an
incipient form, or in the convalescent
atage. Kvey physician, and as far
as that goes every mother will know
that in both cases it is next to im
possible to diagnose, I therefore
contend that the introduction could
notlmve been avoided.
1 will go further, supposing that
the first case would have been dis
covered in its acute form either on
boaidorin town, what could have
What kind of quarantine would
be of any avail for a duseiise that
will hist fiom six weeks to months,
I distinctly remember thai I suff
ered front the disease n whole year
with iiiterniitlences of Improvement
ami relapses and only got rid of it
ku lots of fellow Milliners by an
absolute change of residenuo, We
men sent to the seaside hundreds ot
miles front the city o Piiris,
"Here I liwvca lttul cases tlnit broKo
out ill August last got well find re
lapsed badly within the last 2 weeks
on account of tin? cold spell. I do
not believe that wc shall get quite
rid of it for several months to eoiuo
yet. No one litoro than myself
deplores this state of affairs
and sympliathises more than
1 do with the unfortunate little
sufferers and their parents. But
what can he done or what could
have been done, I leave it to any
impartial mind to decide.
Any further information J nm alili
to yivc, you are welcome to, and
will always try to tissUt the Board
of Health to the het f my ability.
Jan. 10, 18811.
P. S. Since wilting the above I
have come across Mrs. Hall's letter
in the Buluvtin, 1 think it fully cor
roborates iny statements. G. T.
LETTER FROM MR. W. A. RIHHEY.
KniTou Bui.i.utix: Your Weekly
Summary of December 11th is at
hand, and contains a letter from
Mr. llartwell, which with your per
mission, 1 would like to answer.
But first, let me say that 1 notice
some anonymous letters in your pa
per, and the meaning of which 1
would not have undci stood had 1
not received infoimation from pri
vate sources as to what was prob
ably intended. All I wish to say is,
that when these parties will say
what they mean clearly enough so
that after it is said they cannot get
out of it because it is not clear
enough what tliey did mean, 1 will
see wliat I can do to give them satis
faction ; meanwhile as long as they
see lit to tire at ti person's character
liom behind the double bairicade of
masked identity and inuendoes so
framed that while the reader is left
to till in whatever bad his own feel
ings or stieet gossip suggest, the
author if confronted by the law can
claim any trivial intention and
meaning that suits him. 1 must per
force leave to him whatever advan
tage comes from such warfare. And
now, to turn to Mr. llartwell, it is
always in order, 1 supwosc, to see
how far you can agree with another
befoie coming to what you cannot
agree on, and in this connection 1
wish to say to .Mr. llartwell, that
while utterly dissenting from his
ideas on the Chinese question, 1 be
lieve substantially in his views on
the missionary in politics as express
ed by him in the Bui.i.iiin some
lime ago. I believe with him that
the missionaries and their descend
ants and church people in general
should be subjected to criticism
pledgery as other people, but what
ever criticisms they deserve and
theretore should icceive, require no
parly organization to piescnt them,
and when the piinciples of a paity
are o dominated by its feelings
that it is known by its own follow
ing as the auli-inissionary parly, it
suggests a dearth or disiegard of
p.uty principles and a superabund
ance of factional and pergonal feel-
ui"; that augers ill lor any real, or
But what is often mistaken for
anti-missionary animus, and loo
often mixed up with it, is not in
tended as such, but is a genuine
political grievance, and icquircs
the organization of a parly to cor
tecl, namely, the fact that the for
eigners, who have for the past thirty
years controlled the Government
and the judiciary, have come almost
exclusively fioui among the class
representing laud and capital rather
This iias icsultcd as might be ex
pected in legislation, which while in
the main confonning to liberal
institutions, has still, when there
was occasion to lean, leaned per
ceptibly in favor of the interests of
that class to the exclusion of others.
It has resulted in administrations
which, while they were economical
and pure in detail, still in a quiet
and respectable way gave tjuo.cn
street what it wanted, and whose
careers are maiked by an absence of
tho piesenco and loice of that ele
ment which you might call the mid
dle laboring classes, who form a
commanding element under other
constitutional governments, and who
came to the front at the islands for
thij first time (what there were of
them) on the JJOLh of June.
The most pronounced evidence of
this bias of past, administrations and
of its disastrous effects was not (let
us say) in the fact that cheap labor
was introduced by that class, but in
the manner it was done, for while
their compunctious in favor of free
institutions did not seem to prevent
them fiom stretching a point for
their own interests, and tethering
that labor with a contract httWuii
haidly Migge-ied by tree institu
tion, on the other hand as far as
the pretention of other classes
was concerned, they neglected
even average piecautions, and left
that labor unbridled license to take
and possess lliu laud, au opportunity
which they have improved so inpidly
that it is already au open question
whether they have not carried them
selves past the last turn in the road
whine they could have been called
to a halt,
It is not fur us to say (that we
would lm done better' if we had
been in their places and hud hud
similar interests to serve; In fact,
we would lout) been pietly biiro to
liuvu dmiP tint same w worse j but
this wo can iiuilcntt with certainty
that if tlieie had been a fair intelli
gent leprosieiitation in tlio legislature
ami Govuruuieiil, of tlinso wjiosu in
terests were likely to lip nciwccil
by this labor, it would have been
surrounded from the start with sueh
checks and safeguards ns would
have prevented the plight that one
class has got another into by having
things too niucli its own way. Tho
result biniply illustrates the ofl-re-pealed
truth, that society has thus
for been conserved by the contend
ing selfishnesses of men far more
than by their virtues or self-restraint.
A patriotic legislature
chosen from one class, but which is
going to look out for everybody,
pretty generally ends, notwithstand
ing intermittent spasms of propriety,
by looking out for itself, as the Re
form Legislature did this year. It
is not a case of ill-will, or of inten
tion to do harm to others, but one
of prc-oceupation in looking out for
Much of the Anti-missionary talk
has, undoubtedly, grown out of the
fact that many peisons who were the
intelligent anil deliberate promoters
of the policy complained of, and
huge iccipicnta of its profits, were
piominenlly iudeutillcd with the
churches; bill to organize an Anti
missionary parly because of this,
seems to me as unfair as it is uu
sound, for 1)3 so doing they include
indiscriminately (in their attack-, or
alienating iiilluence of it, all the at
tendants of these churches, all liv
ing missionaries and the descendants
of missionaries and their dead, and
whether they were concerned in
these matters complained of or not,
and furthermore fail to bring within
their strictures a large body of men
representing landed interest who,
though not connected in any way
with missionaries or the churches
still weie and are as active and de
termined as any one in preserving
and continuing the one-sided policy
of the past, which is the fundamen
tal ground ot complaint to-day.
Nor do I believe in the wholesale
condemnation of the ministry that
seems to pievail in the Anti-missionary
part, and for that matter
in Queen street circles as well, and
piobably for the same reason that it
is the backer of neither. Indeed, 1
understand that several of our
Queen street brethren, not content
that the amendment was defeated,
called on the ministry or some of its
members just belore the close of the
Session and wanted them to resign,
to make way, I suppose, for some
thing more tractable.
The ministry Mands justly con
demned, it seen.-, to me, not he-eaii-is
amidst ' many contending
tactions and divided interests it
couht not please ei en body ; nor be
cause in its desire to give stability
to the civil servic' n allowed to re
main in olliee a number whom many
thought should be displaced, nor for
the other detail charges made
against ii and which are incident to
every administration, but because
on a vital piiucipnl of public policy,
to wit, llie Chinese question, it was
and is divided. The country has a
right to demand that the ministry
should be a unit one way or the
other on such a question.
The fact is, many will piobably
vote with tile Anti-niissionary part',
not because of its Anti-niissionary
spirit; not because the liquor inter
est will probably be with it; not lie
cause it does not seem to see any
good in the reform government; but
in spite of these facts and many
more it uecessaiy and for the sole
icasoii, thai through thai parly they
see the best chance to preserve and
broaden liberal institutions- and their,
their own civilization at the Islands,
and are therefore willing to suspend
all other political convictions how
ever vital to them, to save that,
without which, such political convic
tions will have no field in which to
work themselves out. It is a case,
where many who (head Chinese
competition for themselves and their
own j ace prefer to obtain respite by
following the ciowd, however un
rully, rather than meet death, how
ever respectably, by following the
select lew where one will find as
much selfishness as any where else,
lliough of a moie refined and
"To bo continued.
Si'.VKN'in Day Advuntist Mission
llAi.i-.Servlee at 7:i(lp. in.
51. C. A. Gospel Prale .Service
illO l'. M. Come and bring a friend.
Ciii.'ucn. rllev. .1.
Bervlees al 11 a. m.
Kavvaiaiiui L'tii'itoii, Hev. II. II.
Paiker, ini-lor. Miiiday sehool at JO
A...M. Preneliliig .it It A. M.
rtLXTitAi, Union Uiujiicii. Itev. K.
O. Iteekwbh, I). I)., pastor. .Sunday
school and Illlilo tdass at ! : l.r A. M,
Keivices at II A. .M., and 7 tllti V. .m
ItOMAN t'ATllOI.II' t'AlllllDIIAI..
(I and 7 a. m., low luas with Holy Coin.
iiumliiu. .-en lees ill KugHiili ill 7 a.
ii. i and al HI A. M., high iiiiihk, with
hurmoii either In Ihiwnlhiu or Portu
guese, uliei lulling aeeoidliig In the
three pi hteipiil dlifeieiit uatloimlilieh of
the I'hiuuli; - r. m., roeiiry and eam
llsm; l:!i(l ; ji., Instruction and bouu
dlethm of the Messed Saeraiiieut,
,sr. ANiuir.w's (.Utiikiuiai., First
eougiegiitloii il hae fcerylee atdilK)
mid lb a, in.
Hawaiian Kv. listing at ils'.lu i, m,
Hveulug prayitr iilh tenuon in (I
o'clock p, in,
Hecoud ("ongiegallou Hev, Oen,
Waliai'u, jiiutor, ricrvlei'H ini Huniliiyi
Mmultig prnyer and seruuni at ;l.i a.
in, Kvculiigpriiyeniml bo iimn at 7 ::nt
Holy Coniuuinloiioii Ihe FlrM riiiinhiy
of ihe mimthut llilo a. iu,
Dhltiu aeivleu on WcdueMl'iye t Tiilll
Chiliesu Cuuaiegtithiu, luv, 1, ),
(inwt'ti In rlmrKe, JJundiiK piiiyitr,
yi Allium, at litis a. m, hiiiil"'
gchoul, at 10 A. ji. l-YtJiilltK jliyjeii
ivldi scnuoii, nt 7 ?yo j-, n,
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
TY enhr of II.
'Ul'lie Auetlnu. ut
JL I will -II 'it I'Ul'llc Auetlnu.
my SnlC'iieoui, Qui en Muol,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 18th,
AT I!i O'CLOCK. XOOX,
Tho Leaso of that
Piece er Parcel of Lai !
Occupied hy II. It. Miicfnrlntip, as a
portion of tho premises cmnprlshiir 1 1 -
residence nt Wnlklkl, held under a lcife
from Okiui and his heir, dated .luly IS.
1878, uroidid in Liber ot). on , a:es 11 1
and llli. The I.enn lias) n teini of o
years to tun from .luly 18, 18N. with a
privilege of lenewnl lor a furihor tonn
of 10 year.-; atimsnl rr.nlal $li')0 niel
taxes; Petit piiil to .luiiunry 18, 189.
BSyDeuds at expense of nuichver,
PrMFSiis of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park !
No. 1. ltuntiini; It tee. i mi'e d .-' ,
1'iiZi- Kur I'awniioi i i"o
li i -, ! ytui.i i.l.i, to tarty i IB
-Illuming I:ii:c, 1 mile dusli.
Pi ize For Ilnw aiian bred
horses up to (iytar- old, to tarry
-Trotiiug mid P.icing li;iee to
Koail Cint.l mile ila-h, I'Mkc
For IInw.iilnn !ul
hoii-e', '! years old, 10 draw i!00
-'iiinnuiir Jhici' l'j mile dash,
1'. ive Fn Iliiuaiiun liu-d
horses under 7 yi ar- old, eatcli
liaue-, 2 milu
- Pic- to dl.
C. Itmiiiiug lti-e if milu d.-uli,
1'ilze Fut llawniihii Imd
litu -es--, a )tj.ii! old, latch
-Tmltinir V.a". , iloulile tenia, 1
milii dish, Pii.i Fieo lo
I'i . I'.ir II iviii
lensr", 1 yea oh!
au In id
-Tionhig llncf i.i
waiian bred ho s.'s
For II .
No. 10. Itiuiiiing Hue 1 mile dash,
Prize Fit IIaaiinn Ineil
lioires, ,r jeai Hid, to t:.,iiy 115
11. Trctliusr inw, I mile iln-li,
Pii?e F-.i nt. Inn lm il.nt
lieier b.eat !t in li te-.
12 Pony liiice, 1 mile dush, l'll.c
For Ilawdi an bud
uonlrp, !l ye:ir. old, not over 1 1
It!. liottln.' Haco to Until Cait, 1
mile d tsli. Prizu Free to
All prizes will lie paid to Hl-lm or
Diiveir. Cu,i to nwiier.'. N'i Piofus.
slounl .locUoys iillowod.
Kntries to bis tn-idc heio't' i-'atiudny,
March'.), 18-t), ut-1 p m.
tS" SoliJ'-i.t to chniigei'.
J. A. CUMHIENS.
Honolulu, Jimnary H, 18b!l. M 1
rpiIK U.iwmIIiiii Husbie.H AguMiey U
A. nl ii ii niithorlsed to colli-ci out
bi'iiiding o 'Utr.ieis 'or itiilisnlpilnim ntul
iidvuili-etiiiu n dun the Mih'uiuiey
Copiih of thu 1 1 nivalin ii Diiei tmy for
IHI'B.0, lecenlly inihlislied hy u, can hn
oht.iiut'd i. ii iipilicatinii nt the II iwdilau
llusliiim Ai'euej, eoriinr Fort and Met.
tdiuntb AlieelH, Price i.vl(0
.1. O IANK.
Agent for Mcliinuey Direct try Co,
i l-l.'i lw
NOT 1 013,
T It y.U h-liv to bilorni in
X pit firs, H at I Inleiid
kingih iu en tl.e till I'Ylnmiy, to bu
uln-ni until (loibr. au Mhni I will
i iu my nlili'd i u the Bill of I'Vhiuiiiy,
M F, (IH-iMM.l.N, DentM,
111 lm Nu, US lleiilM.
.Vo'(ff tinrftr tUi Aftnl cro i.(icift V ftnU
1'fi- line fur thtflrtt wtrllon, (ii(i( rt (eMi'tr Hue
fitr( Mi(i(iin (Haeift'ii,
I) VAN'S flQAT
IV BHOP, Kriiiflf
rpHE PE5QPUES' PAPPR-TIti'
1 Uully llll(i(ln fy pis $y w
4- isaauijplsr musr pawlajKh
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
Fuiiriture Sale !
ON MONDAY, JAN. 14, 1889,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
I will sell at I'alillp Auetlnu at thr rtsi.
deuce, Alu'uii stne', . ne door above
M'-icli.wi! tiitee. lie wlmlonf the
HousehoCti Furniture !
Single and Double Bedsteads !
Mattress , Mosquito Ne's. Frnthcr I'll,
low., Tabic aau Ointlr-, Lo inge, Sew
liisr ilnehltie, Kiuh' n stove and Cook
big Uleini s. Meat Safe,
Orockeryj &c., &c.
L.EW1S J. LEVEY,
I'n'ertf E.G. Flcmhnir tin Mort.
L) j;iii'i' nniiitd In a tnWi iiidcu-
tin.- (if in r.g-igi' made !v VV II Gincn.
lia'ah 1 will' sell nt 1'iihlte Auetlnu, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 19th, 1889,
A I- 1 ' J.SK'K A. M..
At ni til. 'ni.iii ., e nuer ol" Tort and
Quei li i-Uei t, nil tl.e follt.wiiig mei-
rli-ii d , iMin-htiiiir ft
Legal, Letter and Nolo Paper,
Knvi'lope, ' hmk Heokt
blllh-HiK Writlii-'& Copying Ink,
Note, Drift unit iucelpt Hooka,
Dia log Paper,
Canvas and Squares !
llitui'nnc Is, I.eiiil Pencils,
I aper K.i te n-ri mill Pml-,
Ali'imi-" Ta, e Me,a-iins., t u-ses,
Mne lti;e, Inillc-' 15.it;- Toyc
u it Uollh; ii eholre (.ullurliou of
Fitted Plusli Oases,
(Jiiils eti), etc. Alio almlit
4000 Novels 4000
A- il iih nil i00 Hound Choice
lii.okj, tind one
Revolving Book Case !
JLEWIS J. LEVEY,
HI 7t Auctioneer.
TBS SO MUJPKKME OWHJiiT
X of tl
lie lliiuuiniii lrla-id-. In the
matter il tlic llankiuplev of W. II.
Civdi or-, of Miiil iSiiiikiupl are here,
by uotilled to emue in and pinve their
It i ft lieloie si. oh .Til. I ice .if I lie Ml
pieiiie ( oiirt lis liu'i b-'bit iiijj in Clitun
beiw at A'uo'iiil 11. !, Honolulu, on
WKDNKSDAY ll e Mih ('ay ot .IANU
AK'Y, 1-Ml, lii-utf. n the knurs of ten
o'ctouk in ihe hue loon and noon of the
Mint tiny, anil flu I niif or more As
signets of tin- Hi. 1 Jta,t;rupl' tsute.
Uv the Court.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18S0. 144 AX,
Meeting- of Hoard of Un
,i SPK' IAL uieeii-ig
XX. U .ile iwriteiH will i.e
WKDNi: DAY i'f.M tie 15 h iiiRlaut,
tit 10 ...M., nt the Hon.. i ot the Clitimbi'l'
of Coiiiini roe, for ihe puipc-o ofilis-tii'-siiiu
the lr i,upiit ocr urrunue of in
eciini u-y lln-i'i mul about this cby of
;at , and ol eadia. ring to dcUts ways
an.t mi-MH ti r.-v ii', ' lar ns poisihle,
siinlhu attuim t- in llie Uituic.
0.0. P.UUJEH, Sic'y.
Honohiln, Jan. II, 18(). 144 Jt
The Hawaiian Tramway Com'py
ON mid f er Monday, the 1 1th .Tunu.
my. the AH FAHKS will be col.
It it nl li-,- 'I'n nets only, -which will be
-lil I .: -I- .-, or in eurdii of five for
t-Ae ty Ihe cents, liy the eonduetor.
-r The Tickets must bo placed by the
PaBsenprer in the FARE BOX
provided ou tho Car.
To fii'iili'iitu the making of change
li e 1. 1. bllo mo lespectfully requc-tcd lo
piuchase the 'J."i emit euids where 031
hie. Conductor G. Thtule will tall iniuiil
nt the prim i al felons with 'liege's tor
mlo on Fiidnv and Smrd iy, die 'lib
mul l'.'lh Jiiiiu-iiy. " ill tf
YOU ATsT FHAN01SCO,
Thu Al KteiiiiiHliip
Will have Honolulu lor the above
Tuesday, Jan. 15,
AT U l. M,
For Freight or 1'iihii,'ii, apply In
WM, 0, IRWIN & CO, Ab'onts,
"I7IFTY dollurfl luivmil will ho paid to
X ' y ne uiviiig liifniiii'iilou h'litllug
to the I'liiivloilmi of any puson ulieilug
the awilnlitii' or plat lug olisti uutiuiiB in
HAWAIIAN TJIAWAYS 00,
p pKHBUNH dUpuscd iu en.
' .L gage in (iiiKtlilug and
imging uyiniii miiiniiHi niur.
lows in luiuu uumhuiv, i
liutl it lUPtlluhloto llicmeulviiii hytinnly,
ituj for u nurclmsur ni tliU (illicit.
Bi iV VB Miiw is
.1 n v i v
-ECS G 8 V E ft
Visifc Onv Sloro :nl Gut Your Holiday Present
Our Crand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During thin Salo every customer imruluitdne; the amount, of $2.50 worth
will leeeived a liaiuhome
Come mid exiiinine our New (hods, and you will find them intieb newer
and lower in juice then elsewhere, it i.s our ttnnlterable delciiuination to
have no leeouii-e to misleading or uiisreiirebentiition. Our atlvi rtisenient
truly leiuef-ents the Goods we oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimincd Straw Hats.
iSLook at our Hotel stieet window and see the line display of Silver
ware suitable for the Holidays.
The near appionch of the Holidays and overstock of Goods, make it im
perative that we make the most radical and sweeping changes in our piiecs,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
pultons can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have never been equaled.
Hosiery ! Ncsiery I Hosiery ! hosiery I
z2F"This is the Heaviest Cut in Prices ever attempted.
SVe will make lednetions in all our departments.
HAS CVti.-il Koch, ! ii:
imil ll hitt : and :r
in any qui uiiij . Api'l;.
W. V Aehi Iiiiiliiiin-iit!
i. in-, Him I:
-t.il. I'ir s'tle
the i lllff ol
i et. 1111 m
To Stand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
Ac .Tlotititf ia SltirK I'm-iii.
The Imported Morgan Stallion
on the l.-irm al a li;s tu.i
t iSfJ ii I
annum. Every eir- l ken
hut no rc-
t"Mnri'S not piinii g i fnal'inny lie
reiuinc.l nix. m'hmiii tiff of t lm ge. il I
still own the Hoie. ,f. WAY.
R. ncdiilli tin fif V. If
Ji-uuiiy 1 nil, al ' n't- ii
the Hound Trip
WlTiDJvIt S. H CO.
l.'Olt MA!;!1 l)M,V ItV
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hinj 2B Meinluinl M'ci-t lm
The Best Oompafiy
Life Insurance Co.,
OIP NltJW VOIJIC,
lllclianl A, McCimly, President,
Tho Larflost Oomppny In tho World
Tim Oldest Company In tho U, S,
uiveq the Matt UlhProl Pooob
Poya the Mtrflost PivJtlendPi
ubwi imii) to
noiiiiy hnlilii In 111,
bliiiul, iliivhiK tli"
I'Ukl It'll i'ltillC
UV!' I SlHll.flfllMli
& II. !!im!-b
Etc, Etc., Etc.
A W AY tl-
"ftJOTI K i be fbv given that All
1 Yung of Kalihi Valley. Oahu, has
Mild to J.lu Ui Lin. for SIIIIO, his un
divided ono-liftb iut rest in a lease of a
eel tain piece of piojn rty in Ivalihi Val
ley, dating limit Fttbi-uniy i'2, 18t8,
fiom L-iiu.i Kelemihe et id.; togetlier
tilth his tuiilividcd one-llflh interest in
buildings thereon, furniture therein,
four lnut.ee, till agrieultur.il iniplemenbt,
Signed, l.IX All LIX.
Dated. Jan. 4. ISh'J. 138 2w
-OPENING OF THE-
Eing Street Line
FARE, 5 CENTS
Jp'or iniy ilHimit-e.
The t'..r- w ill ei luinctict! luimiug on llie.
following toliedulu lime,
On Tuesday, Jan. Isf
Louvo Rillo Range.
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Leave Chinese Thcat. f
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Wl IliillM'lilll.tl lf liOMtlllhl mij u,
inliim htimttui 7.(10 p, in,
Q.UH ulll Iimvii rniiiur of llerchuihi
Hticet ami I'iimhIku hi lipfl. (t,o, 10,00
umllUil'iu in., imil
I'HOM liin.li KAMiu
Kioiy hair iiiwi- fii.ni in r(n, in. until
WW i. HI., Mii
Kvi'rv Inlf linnr fnuii li.ffi u, m, until
0.8.1 p. up
'rtiliimiiitpiinciiittlliy, In rcniirfti-il
ilimiuiwvinjiiriiwlll, us. fiir HH(Whl(i,
Jyliiijiiilluiiyu Uiu unit, in Hid I'ouivri. of
TJiiyiiry nUo, iitupnu fully pimiioiuii
B!iliti uiU'iuiiiliitf iu iiinvr or idit'lit
from lilt) im i w blTfei in nun Ion i uifd
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if m imu Mmti (eimum
iiW rf Hi
roy it on