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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 17, 1889,
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PUilqiit to neithei
But established foi
ycel nor I'aity,
fie benefit of all.
THUKSUAY, JAN. 17, 1889.
FULL STATEMENT TO COME.
As Intimated iu yesterday's issue,
the Finance Minister's statement of
expenditures for the qunrter ending
Dec. 31, 1888, does not give enough
particulars to satis!, some tax pay
ers. For their henelit vc would
state that we have authority for say
ing that it is the Minister's inten
tion to publish ii statement for the
year, containing full particulars, at
the close of the linancial year, Mar.
31, 1881), and for that reason de
tails have been omitted from the
quarleily statement that would
otherwise have been included.
NO TRUTH IN IT.
The San Francisco '-Post" of De
camber 1. 1888, published an arti
cle headed "A iiimpus at Hono
lulu." We reproduced the article
in the columns of the Ilru.irri.v on
the 11th instant, as "a sample of
how Honolulu occurrences are some
times inlsiepresenled or exaggerat
ed by the foreign press." We sup
posed thai the facts in connection
with the fiictinistaiicf alluded to
thut is, the removal of IheTramwajs
Company's tails iroiu the Waikiki
bridge by the Government were so
well known to our leaders that they
would smile contemptuously at the
"Post's" distoition or the truth,
and that would end the matter. Hut
it would appear that tiie "Post"
statement of the affair was tele
graphed to London as authentic,
where it was naturally received as
such ; and a telegram in the New
Zealand "Herald" of December 31,
dated at Loudon, December 20, ap
parently refeiring to the same mat
ter, says, "It is reported that the
Minister of the Interior of the Ha
waii Islands, in the Sandwich group,
has acted in an insulting manner
to the representative of Great Bri
tain, and that the dispute has been
referred to the Imperial Govern
ment." In view of the false impression
created abroad by the "Post's"
false statements, we regard it as a
duty to make a positive denial of all
that that paper has said iu relation
to a squabble between Mr. Ilebbard,
Koail Supervisor, and Major Wode
house, British Commissioner. No
thing of the kind ever occurred, the
story being a pure fabrication. This
denial is made on the authoiity of
Mr. II el) haul.
AFTER MANY DAYS.
Editoii Hl'U.utin: After many
days the "P. C. A." rises to de
fend the Hoard of Health in the
appointment of Dr. Tucker to the
medical management of the Asy
lum, but does not try to meet my
argument in a straight forward man
ner. What I tried to make clear in as
gentle a way as I could, was that
the board had appointed three gen
tlemen as government physicians iu
Honolulu, who while they are good
enough citizens and all that, yet as
as medical men they were consider
ed competent by only a small minor
ity of the community.
The small practico they had and
the eagerness with which some of
them fished for some "government
pap", after the revplution, together
with the evident change for the bet
ter since then in their fortunes,
clearly show I was right.
Now Mr. Editor, let mis ask the
readers of your puper a plain ques
tion. If they were so unfortunate
as to have a member of their fami
lies or a friend sent by the Court to
the Insane Asylum here, would they
rest content, thinking that every
thing in reason that medicol science
could do, was being done by Dr.
Tucker to rcstoie to reason that
friend or relative? I think the
answer of a big majority of the
readers of the Huu.htin and the
community at largo would be, no.
I am willing to give Dr. Tucker
all due credit for keeping the house
clean and the yard in good shape
(and wish his duties ended here)
and will go even fin titer, and add,
when he drives down Foit street lie
looks well, though u trille grave and ho
holds the "ribbons" in a vciy lady,
like manner, as it wcro, but that
don't iu my humble opinion mako
him a medical uxpeit by any means.
I think if tlio "Advertiser" gets off
many more such editorials Di.
Tucker's prayer will bo "Save mo
from my friend-"
Our correspondent should re
member that light, uir, pleasant
surroundings, eto,, nro consldeiml
in our time prime factors in the
treatment or tho insnuo, Kil.J
i .. - -i
Tho total productjon of Hiu llk
inniiiifnclorics of Amotion now
amounts to $00,000,000 per uiimiiu,
THEY ALL DO IT.
EtitTOK HfMXTiN : So wo aro to
exhibit our tapas, calabashes and
the Hale Nana things at the- Paris
Exhibition. Of course a little sugar
and rice will be sent along to give a
tone to the exhibit. To help the
expenses of the affair a Minister of
the Crown suggests his willingness
to transfer, diiuct or ict apart one
thousand dollars from a sum appro
priated by the Legislature for
The appropriation and the exhibit
bear about the same relatiou to each
other that Knlakaua does to Malie
toa. Surely Gibson's methods are
The Molokai expedition matter
has assumed a triangular aspect thai
is very amusing to a looker on. The
Hoard ol Health ought to let Minis
ter Thurston do all their writing and
Hah! fok Tiu'ustox.
THE GRAVE OF ONE OF COOK'S
The "Friend" for December con
tained a very interesting account of
the death of Captain Cook, taken
from a book written by Dr. Kills,
assistant surgeon on Captain Cook's
ship. A gentleman who has read
the account in the "Friend," sends
us an inscription which lie, some
years ago, copied from a "rave
stone, on the S. W. side of the
parish church of Lydd, Kent, Eng
land, believing it will be of interest
to some ot our readers. The in
scription relates to a naval ollleer
with Cook at the time of the lattcr's
Sacred to the memory of Lieut.
Thouiaf Edgar of the Hoyal Navy
who departed thif life Octr. 3th,
1801. Aged ofi yearf.
He came into the Navy at 10
yearf ol age, waf in that memorable
engagement with Admiral Ilawke,
and failed round the world in com
pany with the unfortunate Captn.
Cook of the "Rcfolution," in hif
laft voyage, when lie waf killed by
the Indian! at the Ifland of Owhy
hee in the South Seaf, February
Tom Edgar at laft liaf failed out of thif
Hif fliroml if pat on, ami hif top failt
He lief fnug iu deatli'f boat, without
Ami if mooted for a full due, a head
O'er the eompaff of life lie liaf fo mer
Hif voyage if completed, and hif leck
THE EMPIRE OF PERSIA.
Now that there is a rumor afloat
that liussia is about to send an ulti
matum in order to airest the anti
Russian policy of the Persian Gov
ernment, it would he but pioper
that the readers of the "Washing
ton Press" should know what the
Empire of Persia was in the past
ages and what it is to-day.
The empire of Persia lias 3,700
years of existence ; has produced
such great men as Darius, Cyi us,
Arthaserses, Sappnr, Zoroaslro. and
Nadiz Shall, the last of whom lived
in the time of Peter the Great of
liussia. In ancient times the fi oo
tids of Persia extended through
Turkestan to the borders of China,
and Armenia, Caucasus, and Af
ghanistan belonged to the Persian
empire, and Hatum on the Black
Sea was a Persian port.
The Persian empire of to-day is
under the rule of Emperor Nasser-ul-din-Shah,
born in the year 1830
of the Kajar dynasty and succeeded
to his father, the Lmperor Moham
med Shah, in the year 1818 of our
era and 12-17 of the hegyra.
The population of Persia is at
piescnt about 20,000,000 with about
10,000,000 more dispersed all over
Asia, especially in Tin key, Russia,
and India, wlieie they are promi
nent bankers and merchants, and
they are best known as the most po
lite and most dignified native gentle
men of Asia. The aimy, composed
of all arms, is 30,000 strong of well
built, brave, disciplined, and robust
men, and very faithful to their sov
ereign. The Persian nation professes the
Mohammedan religion with the ex
ception of a few Jens, Armenians,
Hindoos, and Zoioastrians, belter
known as the Fire Worshippers.
The Peisiaus arc proud of their
great ancestors and of their gloiious
history, and while they are very
courteous in manners and of benevo
lent chai actor they will resent very
quickly an insult or a want of po
liteness toward them. The Per
sians are a very interesting race,
which improves on acquaintance.
Tho Persians, like all the Mussul
mans, aie very honorable, chival
rous, hospitable, ami generous
heal ted people.
Tho present Emperor, Nasser-ul-din
Shall, Is a great man, of a proud
nature, with the best blood of tho
ancients iu his veins and the spirit
of tho moderns iu his brains, has
made twice the tour of Europe, and
has tin ue sons, viz.,: thu ciown
pilncc, Mozelfoidlu Miiv.ii, gover
nor of the province of Adorbaijiiu,
in tho north-west of Persia, near tho
river Aaras, which divides Persia
from Turkey and IltMu, The sec
ond sou, Prlui'ii Messoud Mlrza
'ullnUHiilliiii, Is the governor of tho
piovilico of llybpiilmu, bordering
tliu I'eihiun giilliii the south; (ho
third ton, Prime K'uiihuiui Mhza,
is tho minister of war of tho rui
The oniniru of Persia has an at en
of 700,000 bquaro miles of territory
wiul is ilivilioil into fourteen pro
vinccs, governed by governors and
pashas, who are sons, brothers, and
relatives of tho reigning emperor,
who is the supremo ruler, politically
a well as icligiously.
Tho fionlicrs of Persia aie, in tho
south, tho Persian gulf and Hclo
cliislan, which is two-thirds under
the rule of Persia, and one-third
under British India ; on the west
with Turkey iu Asia Minor; on the
north, with Russia on the Caspian
Sea, and on the east, with Afghan
istan. The public -cliools are very num
erous in Persia, and, besides tho
Persian language, the French, Eng
lish, Hussiau, German, Arabic, and
Turkish languages arc taught.
Thete are iu Persia many largo
cities, inch as Teheran, Ilyspaliun,
Taurin, Meshed, Shiranz, Vexed,
Ivcriuan, etc., with good seaports,
both on the Persian gulf, in tho
south, and on the Caspian Sea, on
Persia has a superb climate and
fertile land, producing cotton, silk,
opium, rice, indigo, tobacco, grapes
and fruits of all kinds, and large
amount of them arc dried and sent
to Russia; mines of gold, silver,
copper, iron, sulphur, petroleum,
and turquoises, which are not yet
properly developed. The country
is well stocked with good horses
mixed with Arabian blood, mules,
camels, and large quantity of cattle
and other quadrupeds.
Railroads have begun to be built
in Persia, street cars run through
Teheran, Gaz ; telephone and tele
graph are used in Persia, which is
awake now and is ready to receive
the benefit of ail the modern inven
tions. The Peisiaus are a progres
sive nation, and under the reign rf
the present cmpeior, Nasser-ul-din,
Persia lias made wonderful progress
and the European and American
civilizations will make their head
way triumphantly in the vast em
pire of the shahs. It has been in
view of all this that the Persian
monarch has sent as his minister to
the United Slates Hadji Hussein
Gotily Khan, a noble personage of
high rank and the son of the prime
minister (visir) of Persia in 1837,
when war broke out between Eng
land and Peisia.
The empire of Persia lias treaties
and diplomatic relations with Italy,
Russia, France, England, Germany,
Turkey, Holland, and the United
States, and Peisia lias a minister in
all those countries except Holland,
and desires to expand her relations
and commuuicatii'iis with all the
nations of the world. Persia is
awake from the lethargy of the past
Persia, like China, Japan, Corca,
and Siain. is one of the greatest in
dependent poweis of Asia, and is re
cognised, and wi'l remain as such,
and as the empire of Tin key is every
year Hearing her downfall, the em
peror of Persia may become the
giand kaliff of the Mahommedan
leligion, and rally under the Per
sian Hag all the Mussulmans of Asia
and Africa, and form a grand and
powerful Mahommedan empire,
which is one of the grandest possi
bilities of the present, and will be
one of the grandest facts of the fu
tuie. Celso Ciesar Moreno iu the
Washington Pi ess, Dec. 13, 1888.
rpENDEKS are invin-d for the supply
X ami rit-liwiy nt Puiailiou of 150
tons California Wheal Hay, 5 tons Oats,
2 tons liinti. Tie lenders t-huiild spe
cify whelht-r ll e outs aie New Zealand
Tende I'ti to lie at the ofllcn ot the com.
pany oa or before Januaiy 21s-t; delivery
to bemiide on or before Keluumy lbt.
Tin- company does not not bind itcelf
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Tenders to lm mldre'i'f'd to
U It T. GKAIIAM OKIIHILE.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual mietin of stock
holders ol ilic Iluuiiimn Agricul
tural t.'u. held lliW d:i, thu following
persons wuie kleuted n ollleeis for the
Hod. U. H llhdinp President.
Jit. S. (J. Allen Vie.) President,
Mr. P. (J .limes Trciisutei,
Mr..) (). Carter Stcielaiy,
Mr. Tom May Auditor,
Hon. O. It. Hlbl-op, S. C. Allen and
P. C. .lones Dht'Clnis.
J. O. CAUTEIt.
Heeretiiry, II. A. Co.
Honolulu, .Inn. 17, 1SK0, 1 1'J lin
l power ol nlloruoy in nil imitteis
of tuii.ii o.s. LHN PAU.
IIo-.dIuIii .Inn. l.'i, It-tit). i 7 'i
ON the Woodlawn
since .Inn., 88, Two
IInr.es, not liuinded.
Owner enn lutvu same
by piovlng pioperty mid ui)lug ex.
pentes If lh above aiiiumls aie not
li"'eeniei within 10 days fioni dale thu
right of owneirllip will ho f"ileiled.
Mumper Wooillawn Dairy
Honolulu, Jin II. 180. MUlut
Two More of Those
II A V10 AUTViqD
For the uuileistKiiO'l mill m'1 ho tils.
pn.ei) of In tliu 1 pH ii)plhiiutr-.
Ed, HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co
M71 JUntJ JK-Uml Plreels
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
To'morrow, Jan. 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my ,'h"tnnm, Qiloen slice', 1 will
tell ut I'llMir Auction, a large
ifsorl incut of
IS" JEW moo.ii:!
Just lticelvi'il Cumpri lug
White and Colored Milrt?,
Single Suit and Pant Patterns,
Shoes and Slipper.",
White Dress Goods.
Itiown Coltont, Umbos,
Fine White Cottons,
Wool and Straw Hats,
500 Boxes of Cigarette Paper 500
Etc., Ktc., Etc.. Etc.
Ml to be sold rcgmdlcss of cost
J AS. F. MORGAN,
l-l'.l It Aiii'Kuneer.
On Saturday, January 19th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the "Old Ciulom Homim." Ouecn St .
I ill sell ut Public A union,
Anchors ! Chains !
ROPE ! RIGGING !
Anil other article- laU-n li in tin;
Hrig "llnz.tut '
Assignees Auction Sale
Fine fines, Sjirits,
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 23, '89,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Will be sold at the stoic of W. S. Luce,
Merchant street, all of the
t-tock, consisting of
Frecli k Ameri. Brandies
Ameiic'in, Irish &So tch Whiskies,
Uiu in eases and baskets.
California Wines, Milwaukee Beer,
Fine Kuiopeuu Cnk .fc C.ie hlicrry,
Port and Madeira Wines,
Fine Hock, pint & imiiH;
Fine A Km u I.itj m ir--,
Doppel Kimrnul Bitters,
I MclMeal & Urban
Burglar and Fire Proof Safe,
1 Btuwlinn Dei-1,,
1 Letter Press A I able.
Webalui'b Unabridged Dictionary,
I'ictuifs, Olmlis, tie,, etc ,
One Ulaelc TMTai-e,
3 Delivery Wagons,
'2 Harnesses, Wheel I arrow,
Buildings Id Honolulu Halo Yard,
Etc., Ktc, Ele Ktc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
140 td Auctioneer.
DURING my absence from this Kin-,
doin Dr. U. II. Wood h:is a lull
power of attorney to act for me in all
matteis of lintlncs".
1-J7 lit JOHN imODIK.
AD1VIDHND of Thiee DoII.iih per
slni'c will he paid to the share,
holders of Inter Island fHeiini Kavlga.
tlou Co, (Limited), at their alike on
WEDNESDAY, the 10th Instant.
Honolulu, .Inn Ifi, 18S!t. H7 41
STKAYKD or stolen,
a Whim Horse,
grey Hill, !!; yeni old.
biandud oo bin 't'."
-s3i-a-- slightly lame on left
lK. A luwaiil of $5 will litt given to
iiii.wmo luiiirnlng hiiiiiu at this olllcn
1 17 Ht
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company.
AT a lauding of the. tluckliolileiH of
tluiili(iu company held dummy
VJIIi, 188U, the fullowinu fdlloer "mu
elected for the mailing yw i
(J ml fitiy l)roTn.......i A
I. F, llinwn,..., .. . ....rVureliiiy,
L,T. Yahiului'tittiM. ii... Amlilor,
.1, Oindy,,tl('i'ura tfupi'iliiU-udi'iit,
Jin, Cample!!, y, t). Hinlili, .1. 1
Pririiie of Races tOflfl Worth nf Silverware.
B- f WKWW lav WM.,1 WBfcUHH,.
Ltra ir .- . -
to n jSgSBssto " Satin ware. fVw jA r(XS v.
March 16th, 1889
No. 1. Running lt'ice, Jf mllo diish,
Prize For Hawaiian bred
h uses, J years old, to carry 115
No. S Itunnlng Itace, 1 mile dash,
Prize For Hawaiian bred
hort-usupto fiycurDold, to carry
t in pound".
No. 3. Trotting and Pacing Hue', 1
mile iladi, Prize For Ha.
wnl imi br.d horses, H years old,
to lmrncsB iind to rules.
Xo. -I. IttinimiK Itiice. llf mile dash.
lMze For Hawaiian bud
horse-, under 7 yeius old, eaich
No. "i riullinv Knee, 1 nilli: mid re-
peal, I'li'.u Double teams.
Fine to all.
No. U. Huiiiilug K-ieo, tf mile dash,
Pri.e For Hawaiian brt d
hoie-i, 2 j ears old, catth
Pace, 2 mile
No P. Hunniug Hice, i mile dath,
I'i 7.' For Hawaiian bred
h is --, 4 yeais old, ealch
Xo. Ii. Tio'iing ltacu to lio.idCirt. 1
mile, iluth, Prize For II -
waiiHn bred hoi.ses Free lo all.
Xo 10. ltuimiiig Rare, 1 mile dash,
I'nzu For Hawaiian bred
holies, 5 xeais old, 10 carry 115
No. 11. Tit.t ins Uiee, 1 mile dash,
Piize For nil liortej that
never brat U minutes.
-Pony Kite, 1 mile dash, Piize
For Hawaiian bred
ponies, tl lear.i old, not over 14
mile dush, Pi
i to Koa 1 Cart, 1
ize Fiee to
-Illumine; 11 ice, l' mile dash,
Pi ize Fi ce to all.
All prizes will be paid to ltider or
Drher-. Cup lo owner.-. Xo Piofcs
sioual Jockeys allowed.
Kntrles to be in ule before
March V", IB 9, at 4 l. m.
S ibj it to changes.
J. A. CUftflftllNS.
Honolulu, January lo, l&fct). (1-14
SMALL Furnished Cot-
t i(;e near town, mode.
fa rate rent No children. Ap
ply "X Y Z," Bum,i:tin nillcc. 148 at
FKW Pleasant Furnished
Itooins i lit Apply to
05 Lieictiini.i street.
FOK SALE or LEASE
COTTAGE lately occn.
oled by Mr. Harney Or.
ileii-'.ein, situate oa Kinmu
streit, hetvMen thu mansions of Hobs.
('. It. Bishop, J.uues Campbell nud S. II.
Dole, near Kmma Square. No piano
wanted, no dust, no taro patches. Only
a few minutes walk to the new site for
thu Central Union Church. No tramway
curs wauted Apply io
E. S. CUNtfA,
H8tf Union daloon.
AS1X-HOOM Cottaye on
Kiaiiia stieei, or)ositu
Kmmu Nju iic Appl to
J. M VIVAS,
42 Met chant street.
FltOM nud after this
date the Pantheon Bus
will discontinue Its regular
J. I. SHAW,
A LATHE, shnllur to the one ,in the
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co., new
and in perfect older.
For fin tlier parti-
cuiaivi apply to
145 1 tn
rpi)E Hawaiian Business Agency is
J iihiuu tiiillinrifccd to eolh-ct out.
standing contracts for tiuhsoilptlons and
mlvuitheineutH due the MtKenuey
Copies of the Hawaiian Directory foi
IHcb-U, recently published by up, tan be
obliiiued on application at the Hnwalhui
liiiriliii- Agency, norner Fori and Mur
uhniits stieelH, Price $!I.C(I.
.1. O. LANK,
Agent for MoKvuiiey Directory Co,
J 10 lw
HAB Cornl Hook, Jllauk Htotie, Ulaek
ami While, Hand and rtoll. for bale
in any quantity, Apply at thu ufllcu of
V. 0, Atihl, Kuuliuinnnu dtrnu. UU Vn
111 1.0 leave to Inform my (rliuilH nud
piith'iila, that I inteii I leaving the
kingdom frn tlin Dili Frlrnaiy, m hu
ulisciit until October, and tlmt 1 will
clmp my olllca nn tho 8th of rohruwry,
Mi K, imOBBMAN, DeiitUt. '
II Urn No, Ub HU1 l.
Visit Our Store and Got Your Holiday Present
FOR 30 DAY
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every customer purchasing the amount of .$2,f0 worth
will icceived n handsome
Come and exninine our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
nml lower in price then elsewhcie. It is our unalterable deteiniinatioii to
have no rccotirsu to misleading or inisieprehcntation. Our advertisement
truly lepresenls the Goods we oiler for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine "White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
SSfl-iOok at our Hotel street window and see thu line display of Silver
ware suitable for tho Holidays.
The near approach of the Holidays and overstock of Goods make it im
perative that we make tho most nidical and sweeping changes in our juices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
patrons can seeuie advanlaqes in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which have novel been equahd.
w m m w
Tins is the Heaviest Cut in Pi
e will make
IJEliS I S divpnvcil to en.
L g.'ge in eati liing and
c.iging Myi-ali Itiids and Spur,
ows in huge numbers, will
find it proiilahlu to theni'-elve- by apply
ing for a puicha-er i tlii- otllce.
WIIKKEAS, W S. Line, of Hono.
lulu, ha t l.i-t -'tiy made an ii'sign.
ment of all his property to the under,
signed, for the benefit of Ins ered tors,
notice is hcieby given to all pirlies
owine said V. S. Luce to make inline
diate payment, mid any persons haying
claims against W. S. I.uce are leqiiested
to prct'iit tlu-m ut once at the olllreiif
W. S. Luce, Merchant stieei. Hon lulu,
.f. I". HAOKKELD,
II. TO KB.
Honolulu, Dec. 1 , 1S. 14 lm
THEO. P. SEVE
Has taken the Studio fonueily occupied
by A. A. Montaiio, conn r of King
and Fort streets, and is pie
pared lo take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
l'rlntliiK Io- lor AiuateurM,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
CSy Entrance on Fort Stieet. -a
run ham: oxi.y iiv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
1!1SJ 28 Meiclmnt Street. 1 in
The Best Company
Life Insurance Go..
01? ivmw YOKK.
Richard A, HcCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in tho World
The Oldest Company in tho U, S,
It Gives tho Most Liberal Polioios
Pays the Largost Dividends.
Claims paid tu policy holders In the
Hawaiian Islands, during thu
piibt ten years,
Oyer 1 00,000 OO,
US)r" For riden, apply to
H, If, KONi;,
Qeueral Agent, lloiioiulu. Hawaiian
Tie Mm rn (?'7rr
Millinery House mam -
TJ! I in
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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ices ever attempted.
leductions in all our departments.
"VTOTICE is he eby given that Ah
Yoiijj of Kaldii Valley. Oahu, has
sold In Liu Mi Lin. for t'MO, his un
divided one-fifth in t rest, iu a lease of a
eeitaiii piece of piopcity in Kalihl Val
ley, dating f 1 0111 February 22, 18S-8,
fioni Laura Keleuahe et al.; together
with his undivided one-llftb interest in
buildings thereon, f unfit me therein,
four liaises, all agilcultural iuiplemenst,
Signed, LIN AH LIN".
Dated, Jan. -1, 188'J. 138 2v
The Hawaiian Tramway Gom'py
ON and i.f er Monday, tho I4ih Jnnu.
ary, the ('Alt h'AUES will be col.
Ice id by Tickets onl , which will be
-i Id 1 1 lier siii).'l , 1 r In 1:1 rds of five for
twei ty live cents t the conductor.
J& The Tickets must be placed by the
Passenger in the FARE BOX
provided 011 the Car.
T i facili ate t lie making of change
t e pi life "io respectfully requested to
P'irf'liasu the 'Jr. c iit curd's where possL
Co d'ictorC Thicle will call round
tt epiiuil.a stores with Tiekels for
ale on Kiidiiy and Sat if day, the 11th
an 1 1 .'ill J nii'iiy. 144 tf
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
FARE, 5 CENTS
JH'oi- any DlHtanre.
The Curs will commence tunning on tho
following schedule lime,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
Leave lliflo Range.
0.00 a. m.
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Lcavo Chinese Theat.
l'J.iiO I', u
1 no "
rhu7.01 p, in, from Urn Ullla lUni-e
will uAa eornui of lierctunla nul'l'ii,
11-1I1011 Mrueti IU7.0H p, in,
Tu Itisuro puuctintlity, it I a remitted
tliwl pnktuiiKiiry will, us fur us poJhle,
Join mid leave Dip par at Uie powers pf
They are uln rusnerlfully canlloiieil
uguliut attemplliig to eutur or alight
frotuUiopaia whlTbt u ptolloii,
"X. . '4