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Wf rMjmt to r imr Aiii'. Americans. Hie v er.inclnli niuninc
H? istabttsfccii fn benefit of nil,
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE BASE
imi'ULssions ok iioxolulv.
Papers from tlie Eastern States
which reached here last mail, teem
with correspondence from the base
ball party which passed thiough
here en route for Australia. No
thing but kindlyworils, so far as we
have seen, arc spoken of Honolulu
and its people. Follow ing is n sam
ple of the oluininous correspond
ence: In order lo catch a sailing vessel
and thereby "niii a week or more on
the regular monthly steamer, 1
mailed the same night a description
of our reception at Honolulu. In
such a hastily written account, how
ever, many points worthy of note
were necessarily ovci looked and 1
must ventuie therefore to recur lo
that occasion. Fioiu Mr. Geo. W.
Smith, the chaii man of the recep
tion committee, I loain there was
the greatest disappointment at our
non-arrival Satin day morning. The
King's native band together with
Messrs. Giltard, Whitney and Simp
son, were at dock at daybreak and
the Government tug Eleu was in
readiness to carry the party out to
meet the incoming steamer. All
forenoon they vainly waited tor the
telephone message fiom Diamond
Head announcing the Alameda in
sight and it was only at three in the
afternoon that hope was finally
abandoned. The day had been
tacitly set aside as a holiday, and
as it was too late lo lesiinie business
a game was gotten up between
picked nines of local players
and the disappointed crowd was
furnished amusement for the bal
ance of the afternoon. It was
then supposed that the steamer
would not arrive until JMouday
morning, and when she was an
nounced early Sunday morning
there was creat h.istc lo net things
in shape for a lining reception. It
bad been the original intention to
literally prevent our landing by
heaps of flowcis, but in the brief
notice given it was not possible to
carry out the pi ogi amine as planned.
The floral wreaths placed about the
neck of each player, the immense
bouquets sent each lady, and the
Hawaiian Band playing the Ameri
can national and popular airs made
a welcome so unique and striking,
however, that nothing more was
needed. A small boat from the U.
S. man-of-war Alert, filled with
marines, pulled alongside to add to
the welcome, and some of Kellcy's
friends who had a large stand of
iloweis ieady to piescnt him were
much put out to learn that he was
not with us.
The formal reception of the Am
ericans by the King in the Throne
Room of the IJovnl Palace was on
the part ol most of us, I daic say,
the first encounter at shoit range
with royalty, and under the circum
stances, I believe we bore ourselves
with becoming dignity. On each
side of the Throne there stood an
odd looking figure in high white hat,
yellow feather cape, black coat and
white trousers, that looked so much
like the wax figures in the Eden
ilusie that Fogarty and Daly had
to bite their lips very hard to keep
from laughing, but altogether the
affair passed off very pleasantly.
King Kalakaua himself is too well
known to nil Americans by sight
and from his portraits to require
any description heie. During the
ceremony of reception, ho advanced
toward the centre of the room and,
after all had been presented, stood
quietly conversing with whoever felt
disposed to engage him. He was
courteous yet dignified, held himself
erect and looked every inch a Ha
As soon as it was learned there
would bC'iio game preparations were,
quickly made for seeing the sights.
Carriages and saddle hoiscs weie
engaged and the entire party set
out, first, to see the far-famed Pali,
the precipice by which the Nutianii
valley is so abruptly and grandly
terminated. Leaning over the little
iron fence that skirts the edge, one
can look down a sheer descent of
eleven hundred feet. In the face
of the precipice about ton feet be
low the top a simple beautiful flower
of the ohia-lehua was tossing back
ward and forward in the strong
trade wind. It would make n pretty
souvenir of the spot and Tommy
IJurns determined to possess it.
Finding it impossible to dissuade
him from tho perilous attempt your
correspondent-was forced to assist
him, With cane in one hand and
clinging to the' iron mppoit with
the other he )ct himself down and
over this uheeitain ladder, Hums'
mado the descent. Holding on to
ono end of tho cane he just man
aged to reach the flower and then
regained tho top in safety; but any
slip of tho fool would have Ihiovwi
his entire weight on the cane and as
ho is not a light-weight thojo would
have been an opening next irason
for a "colt" on Chicago third base,
Soino of tho party, returning,
drove to tho residence of Hon, A,
S, CJeghoiii, 0110 of tho pictth'st
places on tho Island and there had
the pleasure of meeting the charm
ing Princess Kaiulaui, tho Hehess
Appareut to the Tluouc,
A visit was also made to the coun
try residence of the Hon. John A.
Cummins, a wealthy planter and a
gentleman well known to many
Americans. The verandah running
about the house wiii gaily fcMooiii-il
with American and Hawaiian flags
and a band of native boys played,
sung nrnl danced for the aiiiu-eiiienl
of the visitois. A number of the
party also drove over to the beach
and had a dip in the ocean, the wa
ter being quite warm. The luau
given in the evening in honor of the
visitors was a novel alfair. It was
tendered bv Kins Kalakaua and the
Hons. John A. Cummins, Samuel
Parker, George Hockley and Jonn
Kna, and as it was meant lo bo a
distinctively native reception, no
American or other foreign residents
were included among the hosts. The
lanai or tent was spread in the pri
vate pounds of one of the King's
residences, and in the ccntie of the
tent was Kalakaua's natal tree. It
ia the custom, when a child is born
in the Hawaiian loyal family to set
out a twig under the roots
of which the umbilical cord is
buried and the growth or decline of
tho tiee will be emblematic of the
life ot the child. The llouiisliing
llau tree under whose spreading
branches we sat was the twig planted
at the birth of Kalakaua in ISM.
The tables were spread upon the
ground in two rows one along each
side of the lanai with a connecting
row across one end, and they were
profusely trimmed witli ferns, ever
greens and flowers brought from Air.
Cummins plantation twenty miles
distant. The guests sat down with
legs crossed in Turkish fashion, all
except Ed. Crane whose weight of
limb compelled him to lie sideways.
In the center of the head or cross
row of tables, on a rich Turkish
rug, sat the King, with Mrs. Spald
ing on his right, Attorney-General
Ashfoid on his left and other mem
bers of his cabinet in order. A
score or more houn-looking Kanaka
girls, in bewitching "holoku" attire
waved bright colored feather "kahi
lis" to drive away imaginary mos
quitos and rows of Chinese lanterns
added to the strangeness of the
scene. The menu was in keeping
with the surroundings. Everything
was served in the highest stylo ol
the Hawaiian ait, all the cooked
dishes having been roasted in the
native underground ovens and en
closed in leaves like a roasting-ear
with the husk on. An odd disli was
raw fish served with a dressing that
made it quite palatable. The Aut
de resistance was of course "poi"
and a cocoanut bowl-full of this was
placed at each plate. It is a gray
coloied paste made from the taio
root and in appearance and consist
ency is not unlike that used by a
bill-poster. If eaten without con
diment as is the practice with many
of the natives, it is also not unlike
it in taste, though with a little sugar
added it has a very pleasant flavour.
Formeily it was the food-staple of
the islands and is still generally
grown and used. To eat it two fin
gers aie dipped half-way in the soft
porridge, given a stir around and
then by a dextrous movement the
adhering poi is transferred to the
mouth. As a regular diet for ball
players poi would have its awkward
featuies. Old Silver Flint's fingers,
for instance, wouldn't make the
most giaceful poi-sticks. Poi-eating
also has its disadvantages to a man
with a heavy beard. During the
evening 1 had an excellent oppoi Ut
ility of observing the King and I
lcmarkcd particularly that while at
a picture of olllcial dignity, at the
luau he was a most genial host.
This adaptability on his part has
doubtless much to do with his popu
larity among his subjects. At ten
o'clock, the hour appointed for the
steamer's departure, there was a
great crowd at the dock. The band
played familiar a'us and in the inter
vals tho boys on deck lesponded
with songs. ' "Auld Lang Syne" by
the band as the steamer pulled out
was the signal for Ilanlon, Wood,
Fogarty, Carroll, Pfeffer and Ward
to join hand in a circle and indulge
in an old-fashioned Elks symposium.
When we had cleared the coral reef
that forms tho sea-wall of the har
bor, the electric lights of the city
were turned on and long after mid
night they were blill to be seen
twinkling like fire-flies over the
water. We leave Honolulu with
kindest remembrances each vowing
to some day return again. We are
on the high seas neaiing Tutuila or
as, Fogarty calls it, Tit-Willow. The
weather has giown warmer and
warmer until now it is oppression.
It is not possible to do anything but
lounge around trie shady places and
the sea itself teen s oveieouio witli
the general lassitude for it is as lazy
and still as a big mill-pond. Whin
ail lights have been extinguished at
night the boys congregato on deck
and in cool pajamas lie around in
their steamer chairs until the boat
has cooled off enough to make sleep
in a statc-iooui a possibility. A
flash-light photograph of ono of these
nocturnal seeiies would bu a curi
ous and interesting study. Last
night about two o'clock we crossed
the equator but the maximum of heal
will not bo reached for tlneo days
yet. We are in the southern hemi
sphere and to-moriow, Dec, 1st,
will be the first day of summer.
AVhon we eiiuie on deck at six this
morning for the matutinal uaf water
shower hath tho air registered 81
and the water H!l . Since leaving
Honolulu wo have been taking daily
', V , , ' , ,
ot the i upper deck has hem jigged
out with a nutting of old tails to
practice at cricket, Tho poi t side
prevent the ball bounding overboard
and a heavy malting answers
for a turf. It isn't the best place
in the world but it answers our pur
pose quite well, which is only to
learn, the piopcr positions and
movements in batting. Under tho
personal instruction of Geo. Wright
cacli man has from ten to llltccn
mins. at the wickit3 to the bowling of
Messrs. Wiight, Spalding, Anson
and seveial young English cricket
ers who happen to be on board.
George Wright says it is too soon
ettosaj what we may be able to
accomplish but he has hopes that
we may develope a fair team. The
great dillleuliy witli ball-players as
ciicke'.crs is in batting. They have
learned to hit with a horizontal
swing and find it almost impossible
to play the "straight bat," so neces
sary iii cricket. In bowling loo we
are very weak though wo may turn
out someone to help Mr. Wright.
Spalding swift underhand pitching
witli a break Irom the off may
turn out effective and Anson, Earlc
and Sullivan give sonic promise.
None of the pitchers seem able 0
get the ciook out of their arms.
Playing eiieket in an air-tight cage,
under a binning equatorial sun and
in cIopc pioximity to a hot boiler is
not all the fun that it may seem and
we have been forced lo cut down
practice for a few days. As all old
sailors know Neptune has his head
quarters near the equator and being
considerable of an old wag he boaul
every ship that passes and cuts up
all manner of capers on the passen
gers. The old fellow was especially
lacetious last night. Early in the
evening he got up a terrific storm of
thunder, lightning, wind and rain
and tossed the ship about, to the
great dismay of the ladies, and dur
ing the night lie went from port
hole lo port hole splashing the sleep
ing travellers with water. One wave
entered Ilanlon's room and floated
everything not excepting Ned him
self. Dining the storm a cape
pigeon flew against the ships rigging
and fluttered almost lifeless, to the
deck. This is said to be an un
usually bad omen, and the super
stitious are greatly disturbed. Wc
arc all looking forward to our arri
val at Sydney with great anxiety to
learn whether w care to return via
India, Egypt and Europe. Mr.
Spalding expects to hear definitely
soon after our arrival there. 1 had
almost forgotlou to mention that
John Ilealy saw tli.- iquator.
Jonx Monk i.v.kuy Wakd.
EiH'ion Bui. i.r1 1 : In Saturday
morning's "Advertiser" we were
treated to a repot t of an interview
with the Minister of the Interior.
The public would like to know how
settlement is piogressing under the
Homestead Act in the distiicts visit
ed by the Minister, especially as
the subject comes within his depait
menl. We have had the subject of roads
so exhaustively treated, and Ihc
Ministrj so much lauded for this
one thing, to the exclusion of every
oilier subject of interest, that it
really seems as if it is the one sub
ject upon which their fame will de
scend to posterity.
Perhaps wc shall be treated to the
result of another interview upon the
vital question of settling the people
upon the hundreds of acres of
good agricultural land over which
the Minister lias just travelled.
Try again, and let us know what
the Ministry have done, are doing,
and propose to do, upon the most
important mailer that can engage
their attention, namely, to encour
age too settlement oi uesirauie
families, on what is at present little
better than waste land. C.
wwm ! r mi fnan man
Meeting oi" Board of Un
1'Hc IA1 i ineoimt,' i f tin- IJo.ir.l of
Uijiii.'iwi'itcis Hill be hell nn
WKDNB-DAY ni-M lie in h lus'ant,
i.t 10 a. Jl , at the Hunni of llie CIiuiiiIkt
f Uoinriii roe, for iltc puijKhc Wilis
cusiiii; lhu lnrquent occiiikmicu of in
cL'ii.ilir.v lircs-in uml about this city of
late, ami ol enileuvi ring to tletLu w'nys
anil menus to pron ni, so far iih poisihle,
similar aitiiiiq ts In the future.
C. 0. NEHGKH, Si o"
iioiioiuir, .juii. II, Jth'.i.
BV a JnpaiiPte who Is u good car
penter. . id. i.' i.i-. .iiiiee
AH SING acts for me ndcr full
P'i'.mi' ol iittoiuey in nil nmllois
of Ijiiiiii:,i.. L15K PAU.
Ho-iolulu, .Ian. JO, US!) l-7u'tv
U1UNG rov absence from this Kin;
XJ il.'in Dr. C. U. Wood 1ms u lull
nowrr of nilornuy lo
net lor me In nil
iniitloiR of business
A DIVIDEND of Three Doll.ospor
iliaie Mill be pxid lo tho.ilmio
holder of Intel. JM'iiul rUenni Havic.v
turn Co, (I.iiiiiird), at their olllco on
WEDNESDAY, tho lillb iiihliinl.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1BS0 147 41
grey lull, y, your old,
imiidcd ou'lilp lN,"
hlightlv liiiuu iii left
i Jofc'. AleiM.1.1 of .". will Uo Riven to
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t HONOLULU, II. L, JANUAEY 15, 1889.
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, January 19lli,
AT IO O'CIiOL'U A. 3!..
At tho "OM Custom House," Queen St ,
I wit! sell nt Public Aucilon,
Anchors ! Ohains !
JAS. F. MOKCSAX,
Assignees Auction Sale
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 23, '89,
AT 10 O'CLOCIi A. M..
Will In mid at tlii- Mfie f W buv,
Merchant s'tetl, .ill of the
ilocl., eonsi-liu,: of
Fmcft & Aunt Miex
Amciicnn, lii-h fcN' ich U'lii'-kie-,
(Jin in eacs ..i.il l"i-Kr's
t'nlifoiniii iiu-, vilwiinku 15 vr,
Fine Km op mi Cu-K A; 'ii- .-Iiomj,
Foil and Madeira fc,
Fi'te llnul;, pi A (ii.it ts ;
Fine iV Hiiio l.Iij'h-ii'.,
Doppd Kiinmi I liit'eis,
I MoNoal & Urbsn
Burglar and Eire Proof Safe,
1 Stiiudini; Detk,
1 fellcr frees fc 'Cable,
"Wrb-jtri'n Uimliridgi'd Dictionary,
Pictures, Clmiis, etc , etc ,
One 331.c?k TWTsai-e.
U IVivi'ty Wnnons,
'1 Miiiiti'rses Wlii'ull'iirroH,
Buildings in Honolulu Hale Yard,
Kto., Etc., 11. e., Iltc.
JAS. L?. MOKGAN,
1 10 lit Anelioncer.
BY miler of 11.
1 vull nl!
P. M.irfnilfim-, Kpi.,
Ill Plllllll' All! Il'lll. ill
my Silc-.i oin
Qin en rtuel,
at ia o'ui.uisi. ?.is.
The Leaso ut ih-it
FIbcb or Parcel of IM !
Occupiid by II. It. Mai'fiti lane, :ih ti
poi tti.ii of tin1 premises rainprteliip Ills
residence nl Wull.iki, lml ) under a Ichbo
fiom Oktiu and Ids hem, dated July 18,
167S, rt'cordid in Liber fill, on pues 114
mill lb". The Lui'-e has u term of B
jinri to run fiom .Inly IS, IPS4, with a
"piiviU'ge of rcnumil lor n further tcini
of 10 yeiiivj minimi rental 9300 and
tuxes; Kent paid to .Iimimry J8, ISM.
CSy-DeedH at i xpeiiBO of punha'cr.
JAS. F. MOJKGAltf,
and after this
i tho I'aiithcnn Bus
will discontinue Its regular
J. I. SIIAW,
English and German
XJISS HOI.'l'i: has opened a (-elect
I'l KiikIIkIi and Ueruiau .School for
young elilliheu. hlio will alho give in
Mi action in (ieruiiiii and French, in
ehiHi-ea, or In private lecson". lted
ileut'C on the Kust hide of MnkiU i-trcet
opposlro the lJai-chull Grounds
1 II) lit
TJ.' 'JT!!E MtJi'BSHMK COUJflT
X of (he llavwiliuu Uhi:id. In tho
matter of the Iluukiuptoy of W. II.
Credi'on of mi hi Bankrupt nn here
by notified to conic in and pnne ilitlr
dihM befoir biieh .Juitire r.f Uui Ml.
nrt'iuu Court its fhtill beeit'inr in Uhdii).
hern at Aliloliiiii Hulo, Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, Ihc Kith liny of .IANU
AltY, lib!), bi'iwi'in tho bourn of leu
o'clock in ihc foiouooii and noiu of the
(lid dity, mid elect one or inoio As.
tiijiicii. of Ui' Miid Haiikrupi't. ibtite.
Jiy the (Joint.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1880, 144 4t
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
0. Firm I in a tho Mort.
ffificc tunned in a c'Mnui I mice
uupol in riiftue nwlely W 11 Grncn.
halh twill fcell id Publle Aiii'linu, on
SATURDAY, Jan, Iflffa, 1889,
AT 10 O'VMIt'K A. 31.,
At my t-alesrooms, eotner of Fort and
Que. u i-troi U, ftll t'.ie following lner-
chunil a ', eon-liling of
Legal, Letter and Note Paper,
Envelope?, Hhtnk Hooks,
lilllltaidij, Wrltlnc&Uopvlug Ink,
Note, Dr'iftand iiicoipt flooks,
Canvas and Squares !
lliuntnocks, 1.0.1(1 I'oncll,
Paper Kit toner and Piidi,
Alliums, Tare Mcauic, Purses,
Mae li:o, 1j lilies' Uii;. Toys
at d Dolls; a eholcc Collection i f
Fitted Plusli Oases,
Guns, ele, ele. Also about
4000 Novels 4000
' il lib Mil i'OO
Revolving Book Case
TilS WIS J.
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. 1. Hunnin ltnec. ?i mile dusli,
1'iize ForHawitiiiin Lreit
h i sc?, 4 years, nlu, to ( a- ty 1 15
2. liuuniiiir Hnce, 1 mile dnsb,
I'rie For llnwuiian bud
horsi'stiplo 0 j fins, old, to carry
1 15 potiuds.
!'. Troliinj; r.nd ric!i!) Itaee to
Jtnad Tiirt, 1 i;nl dah, I'rize
Kor Il'iw.uinn brid
liouc, tt years o'd, lo draw S00
1. Kunninj; Kuif, T mile da-li.
Piie I'm Il.iuai:in bird
hor-e-i uiidei Tyeiu.-. old, catch
. lliiyjle Hare-, Li mile dnsli,
1'. ie KiuetOHlI.
(J. lluntiiiig Rice, J mile dash,
I'ri.t Km Ilauiiiinn brid
liorbc-, i! j cms old, catch
-Troiiin Karr, double team, 1
mile diob, I'li.i Free to
For llnvv.iiiau lired
yeais old, catch
No. !'. Tiotiinir Hnce lo Ilo'id C.irt. 1
mileda-h, I'ric For II i.
waiiati bred liotscs oTerO vents
No. 10. !!iiiiiiiiir llnco, 1 mile dusdi,
I'i y.i For Hawaiian bicd
l.in.i -, ." veaib old, to cany 115
No. 11. Titttinj llr.ee, 1 mile dash,
I'lie For all horses that
never brat !) minutes.
No. 12 l'ony linre, 1 mile dnsh.lMze
For Hawaiian bred
pnnic, it yeari old, not over 14
-Trotting Ilace lo Itua I ("art, 1
mile dash, Prize Ficu to
All prizes will be puul to llldir or
Drlverp. Cup to cnvuui. No Profes.
bioinil Jocl'cys allowed.
I.'ntiies to bu made before Saturday,
March !), lfet0. nt 4 p. in.
13?" S'ibjcct to changes.
J. A. CUPJ3MIN8.
Honolulu, January 10, 181:0. 1141
AI.ATHK, similar to the one .in the
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co., new
an I in perfect older. For fiutlier parti.
riinirs iiipiy lo
'"PIUS Hawaiian Ituslness Agency is
X iilime milhorltcd to collect out
Miinduif; eonlracls for flubscriplions and
iidviriUcminis duo tho McKenncy
Copies of the Hawaiian Directory for
181:8.1), icccntly luiblished by up, can bo
obtaltted on iippllcalionnl tho Unwallnn
llimineB-, Aycney, corner Kort ami Mer
chants .Muels. Price f II f 0.
.1. C. EANE.
Agent for MeKcnney DircctnrT Co.
HAS Coral Hock, Jllack ionc, Black
and hlte t-antl and Koil, for Bide
in nny quunllly. Apply at the ofllee of
V. I Achl, Kiiiiluuniuiu Btrcct. 119 Hpi
aiX-HOOM (Jottaj-o on
Kiiiina btu'i'i. umiosilu
KniinuKipMaio AppU ()
J. Jl. VIVAS,
43 Motchant street.
U ltflwmrram ffrVwcarttw w9ktw tm
r& JvJNr sfiliK Cfiy&JL 0-
Visit Our Store ami Get Your Holiday Present
Gratis I s
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
Oil MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale
every eusiliniier inueluihing the amount of ifS.fiO worth
will received a liamUonie
Come iniil examine our New Gioils, and you will find Ihcin ltntcli newei
and lower in piiee llii'ii eUewlu-ie. It is nur unalti'iahlo dcteiniiiialion to
have no reeiiurs-o to misleading or inifiopieseiitntion. Our advi rlit-einent
tuily icprcscnls tho Goods wo oiler for pale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladieo' Fine White TTnirimmed Straw Hats.
JG?" Look al our. Hotel Mrcet window and eco the fine display of Silver
win c Miitablo for the Holidays.
Tho near ap)ioaeh of the Holidays, and oveiblock of Goods make it im
perative that we make the inot,t radical and sweeping changes in our pi ices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asseiliiig that in the coining week our
patrons can secure advantages in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
"Which have never been equaled.
i-Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hossery ! hosiery !
"'fins ia the Heaviest Cut in Piieos ever ntlomntcil.
giETWc will make
Jl g'lge in r.il fin nc ami
iMjrinjr""Myiali 1'.' d- tun! Spur
uitvs in lii'gi- nntnber.i, will
Mud it piolllabb' lo tlHMiiti Ivc- by apply
ing lor a ptiichii'er .i' (hi- oll'cc"
WIIKIIBAS, W S. Luce, of llono.
lulu, leih iliU.i.'.y made. in n.slgii
meiil of nil his prupe'ily to the uin'.ei
signed, foi the benefit of hi- ted lo -,
notice is hereby givm nil pulies
owins said V. S. lTuee to make imine
diate pnymenl, and wiy peions ltnviug
claims against W. S. but e are irrj'ie-tcd
to present them at mice ni theoilU'enf
W. S. Luce, Mcroln.nt i-tioot. Ilonol'di.
J. F. HACKKKLD,
Honolulu, Dec. I'i, Ivjt. UK I in
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has tnaeu ihc Studio fonnerly oeeupied
by A. A. Moutiino, eimu'i of King
'and Fort street",, nil pie-
paicd lo take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'rintint; lonc Jor Anmteiirs,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Wori Guaranteed.
!?' Entrance onFoit Htieet, "a
Jb'OIt NAM: O.VI.Y BY
J. E. BROWN & CO..
13GJ 28 Meichant Stiect. llin
The Best Company
OX7" 3VIUW VOKK.-
Itichard A. HcCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liboral Policies
Pays tho Larriest Dividoudc.
Claims paid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian It-lands, during the
past ten j eats,
Over : $100,001)00,
For rules, apply to
. It. KSK,
acncral Ageut, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Iblnuilt. oet-V SS-ly
Hip fi'QV f 5I niTi'll Q fill 0 I
iTllipl ulldiUdpH !
in i inwmiuiMi.ii,wi.il
, Etc., Etc.
AWAY - 'Sai -
iiiluctimi.s in all our depailnients.
NOTICK N he eby given that All
Yung ol Knllhi V.dlev, Ualin, hiU5
soldtol.ln All Lin. for XH), his un
divided oni'-llftli luc u8t in a lease of a
eeilain plei e of propertv in ICalibi Val
ley, dating fiom February '22, 18SJ8,
f 1 0111 Liuir.i Kelcuahu ct al.; together
tvilh hi- undivided one-llfth inlcicstin
building- lliereon. furniture tlieiein,
four liorrc, all agricultural implement,
Signed, LIN All LIN.
Dated.. Ian. 1. 18SD. li!8 2v
The Hawaiian Tramway Com'py
"VN mid if or Muml-it, the
14 ih .Tana.
v. my. tile
("Alt r., I.S will be col-
k-c'id b' Tickets o ib , which will be
mid i Let i-lin'l , ir in i .rdi of five lor
tit ui ty live cents liv the rouductor.
t&' Tho Tiokete must he placed by tho
Pnssoafrer in tho PARE BOX
provided on the Car.
'I'd f.ic ii ate the making of change
t ii pi Ii1 c nn; respectfully rrquc-ted to
pi.ielia-. tb 'J."i ci-ut ci.id-i ubere i ossi-
Co iilneior li. Thiele will call lound
I H e P'lti'i. ui s'.o'is wiib Tieko's for
ale on KiMm niiil SiiuiMliiy, ilia 1llh
i n I 1 'ill J tin nv. l-J-i tf
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
For uny DlHlniicc.
Tho Cars villi commence tunning oa tho
following schedule lune,'
On Tuesday, Jan, 1st
Lctve Rifle llango. Leave Chinese Tlieat.
n.f o a. m. o.ao a. m.
li.'.!0 " 7.00 "
7.00 " 7 110 ii
7,15!) " 8.00 "
KlO " a.Vi) "
s :jo " ti.oo '
!)i!0 " 10.00 "
io,:io " n.oo "
ll.!" " 12.00 si.
1.00 m. l'.'.llllr. m.
l'.MIO v. ,m. 1.00 "
i.to " i,:io
1MI " -.oi) "
v.: o :i oi) "
II.C0 " 4,00 '
4.00 " .i ;;o
!.:() " ri,05 '
r..:ir, u.o'i "
c.o.i " c,a,7 "
0.35 " 7.0.ri "
7 0- 7 as "
7.110 " fi.00 "
8.01 " H.4(J "
M.30 " 0.00 "
O.tO " 10.00 "
Tlio7.0l p. ni. fiom the ICiltu It'inijo
will leivn eimu'i or lleretanlu unl lu.
uihoii tlieeW til 7.00 p. in.
To hmuro puuctuuliiy, it ib requeued
Unit pa-enj;ers will, a fur ne postlblo,
join mid leave the e..rn at the corncis of
Tin y in o also icsptctfully cuutloneil
aKiiimi alteinpliui; lo enter or ullirhi
from the cats whilst In motion,