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DAILY BULLETIN! IIONQITJI(U, H., I JANUARY 17, 1889.
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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant ami Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1889.
Am bktiic Skagit, 2J days fiom Toil
Stinr Kihutea Hon from llnninkim
Stmr Kaal.i for
at 0 a in
Stmr C 11 Hlshop for a Circuit of
,at v p in
Stmr Iwalnul for Lalialna and llama
ktia at 'J a in
Sehr llalcakala for I'cpcekeo
Walanac and Walalua
ranclsco per brotno W G
17 Ud llutton and A U
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tun Btcamcr W. 0. Hall is duo to
morrow from Maui and Hawaii.
Tin: C. 1). llryant took a voiy small
mail to San Kraneipco this morning.
out for the Temple of 1'V
new advciliwcmoiil to-inor-
Tim Hawaiian Hand giwa a
moon conceit at Emma Situate
Tan Court will sit in bunco Mon
day and Tuesday, the 21sl and 22nd
of this month.
New Com t houses aie to be built
at lfoolauloa, Oahu, and Kuiluu,
Noilh Kona, Hawaii.
From Walalua and Walanac, per stmr
Kaala, Jan 17 Mis Alliens, ;i chlldien
nml servant, Mr Jackson, Mrs Stowait
and 10 deck.
CARGOES FROM I'JLANO PORTS.
Stmr Kaala 1000 bgs sugar.
Sehr Kaulkeaouli I'lOO bgs sugar.
Sehr Mile Morris 101) bgs sugar.
The American bktne Skagit, Capt.
Cutler, ai lived e.uly Jan lCih, S3 days
from Port Townend, wjlh about 000,
000 feet lumber for Messrs Lowers &
Cooke, and is docked at the Foit street
wbaif. liud licay S II gales the Hint
ten ihys, tbencc cxpeiicnced N & N E
trades to port.
MeCAimiY-MOKGAN At the Ho
rn in Catholic C.itbedral, Honolulu,
January 10th, by the Itight Itov
the Hlshop of Olba, assisted by Very
Kcv Father Leonor, Chas J Mc
Cai th' to Maggie T Morgan, both
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
nnroitu l'ur.STON j.
Titniti: was an eclipse of the moon
hiBt night which was observed by
(piitc n numbci of people.
llAitiiAiNS may be looked for at the
cash sale of new goods by Mr. Mor
gan to-moriow morning.
Mil. John A. Hassingei is veiy
busily occupied preparing the Ha
waiian exhibits for Pm is.
Tin: Hawaiian Tramways Company
call for tondois for hay, oats and
bian. See advertisement.
At half past four o'clock on Fri
day afternoon tho long looked for
race between the five-oared whalers
of the Hyacinth and Cormorant will
take place in the haihor. Each is n
crack boat and never bcfoio been
beaten and much excitement is re
ported to exist. Heavy bets have
been freely made as to the issue.
Tin: regular monthly business
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be
held in the parlors this evening at
7 ::i0 o'clock.
A conni:sroNi)i:NT asks, is it not
about time the annual meeting of the
Kapiolani 1'uik Association was call
ed or advcitifccd?
"Wednesday, Jan. 1G.
Bankruptcy of W. II. Giacnhalgh.
"W. A. Whiting for the creditors.
Claims amounting to $l,8G7.f2 are
proved. "W. C. Paike is elected as
assignee under 500 bond. Tho
aboYC amount does not include the
claim of T. G. Thrum, who had al
ready taken possession of the. pro
perty under a chattel mortgage,
liin'oiu: doei:, j.
John Parker and Samuel Parker
vs. A. J. Cartwright and others.
Bill in equity to cancel a lease.
Hartwell and Neumann for plain
tiffs; Brown and Smith for defend
ants. Answer day.
SUPREME COURT-JAN. TERM.
Tin: lepeis at Molokai have sent a
letter of thanks to the Piesident of
tho lloatd of Health for Christmas
and Now Year gifts.
A I'Aiu of baby's shoes came by
the mail on the Auslialia, with the
address torn oh". Any baby in town
who claims owuciship should call
and interview Ohio Swain at tho Tost
AUDIENCE AT THE PALACE.
Tho new Fjcnch Commissioner
Monsieur Marie CSabriel Geoigcs
Bosseront d'Anglade, had audience
of the King yesterday at lolani Pal
ace, and presented letters accredit
ing him as Commissioner for the
Government of ttie French Republic
at Honolulu. Mons. d'Augladc was
introduced by His Excellency Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
1 ' ' ' " . 'I n
AN APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC.
We are requested by the Board of
Prison Inspcctois to appeal to the
public for asistauco in providing
suitable reading matter for the pii
soners, and to ask that persons hav
ing books or newspapers or other
periodicals to spare, will kindly
leave them with the Superintendent
of Oahu Gaol, or at the ollice of
Mr. A. S. Hartwell, President of
FINED SI 00.
tiid cou11t s judomext in mr.,
Young men should not foigct that
a new couise of instiuction in sing
ing commences this evening at 7
o'clock, at the Y. M. C. A hall. Mr.
A. I). JJifcsell teaches tho tonic fcol fa
Mn. Edward Hutton leturned on
tho W. G. Irwin yesterday from an
extended tour abroad. Ho looks a
much younger man than when he
left. Tho tiip has evidently been
bekoke mckekton j.
"Wednesday, Jan. 1G.
The King vs. Ah Chee. Posses
sion of opium. Appeal from Hono
lulu Police Court for mitigation of
sentence. Sentenced to ten days'
hard labor and $50 line and costs.
Deputy Attorney-General for the
Crown ; A. Itsa for defendant.
The King vs. Lau Niu. Violating
liquor law. Appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Defendant's mo
tion to travel be record of proceed
ings and sentence of lower Court.
Ordered to remain in abeyance for
the present. Deputy Attorney-General
for the Crown ; V. V. Ashford
The King vs. Lai Chou. Gaming.
Appeal from District Court of Koo
laupoko. Tried before tho follow
ing foreign jury: George McLeod,
E. Suhr, J. W. Gibhs, J. II. Black,
George C. Stratenieycr, F. Gertz, A.
Gilfillan, Robert Grieve, Chas Ham
mer, J. A. Spear, Charles Lucas and
J. M. Dowsett. A verdict of guilty
is returned, two jurors dissenting.
Deputy Attorney-General Peterson
for the Crown ; V. V. Ashford for
The King vs. Yoek Lan. Posses
sion of opium. Defendant's motion
to withdraw plea of guilty on which
judgment was passed in Police
Court. Argued and decision re
served. Deputy Attorney-General
for tho Crown; J. A. Magoon for
Tiiuusday, Jan. 17.
The Court opened at 10 a. in.,
foreign jurors in attendance. Noon
rucess 11:52 a. in. till 1 p. m.
The King vs. Lai Chon ; gaming.
Appeal fioin Dlstriot Court, Koolau
poko. Sentence of lower Court nf
tlrmcd: 8100 line and costs. Attor
ney General for the Crown ; V. V.
Ashford for dccfeiidant.
The King vs. Yock Lain and Ung
Ing; possession of opium. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu. De
fendant's motion to withdraw plea
of guilty and bo allowed to plead
not guilty. DeuibionAreserved yes
terday; motion overruled. Attorney-General
for tho Crown; J, A,
Magoon for defendant.
Tho King vs. Ah Wu, Ah Nau ;
possession of opium. Appeal from
Police Court, Honolulu. Being tried
before u foreign Jury. Attorney-
liciicrnl for the Crown ; V. Y. Ash
Bombay Ims tho grandest jail way
Btatlou In tho world. H cost nearly
A fclnglu gold dollar can bo nmdo
Into it Mieot that will imiput two
looms sijetcci and onudmlf feet
A MEEn.w. of the first congicg.i
lion of St. Andrew'h Cathedinl will
be hi Id at 7 :I10 o'clock this evening
foi the purpose of electing chuich
u. miens. Mr. Henry Smith has lc
cenlly lesigned hit. position of cluucli
warden. EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Debating Society at usual time
Dance, Honolulu Social Club at
Melnerny Hall at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. monthly meetng at
Chapter No. 1 R. A.
The following notice has been is
sued from the Supreme Court Clerk's
The attention of assignees in bank
ruptcy is directed to the following
provision of the Act relating to
"Section 13. The assignee or
assignees shall immediately after
their election or appointment file
with the Clerk of the Supreme Couit
a list of all the assets that have
come to their possession or knowledge."
A. singing class, at
A Honolulu Ritlcs at
M. at 7:30.
Y. M. C,
Moonlight conceit at Emma
Square at 7:30.
Meeting First Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 7:J0.
THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
The committee having in charge
the subscription list to defray the
expenses of the Hawaiian exhibit at
the Paris exposition had collected
the sum of 3,875 up to last evening,
and have had more promised. They
had no trouble whatever in their
canvas around town. As it is almost
impossible for the committee to call
upon everyone who may be disposed
to assist, they will be glad to have
the names of such handed into them
as early as possible. The commit
tee is composed of lions. John
Cummins, Alex. Young and Mr. II.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Band concert on II. B. M. S.
Hyacinth at 7:30, for the benefit of
the shipping in haihor.
11V J. V. SIOItr.AN.
At 10 a. in., regular cash sale
when will be offered dry jjoods,
In the Police Com t this morning,
J. W. Robertson, vhoshotMagoney
at Waialua in October, was brought
up, chaigcd with assault witli a
weapon imminently and obviously
dangerous to life. Ho waived ex
amination and was committed for
trial at the Supicnic Court. V. V.
Ashford appealed for him.
DECLINES TO PROSECUTE.
At the last October term of the
Supreme Court, one Qui Nin Sing, a
clerk in a store of a leading Chinese
firm of this city, was tried and ac
quitted on the charge of an unlaw
ful sale of spirituous liquor. The
information leading to ins airest
was that of a Chinaman, and the
evidence presented against him was
After his acquittal, he instituted
a prosecution against his accusers
on the charge of conspiracy, and in
order to enable all parties to have
the matter re-sifted, Police Judge
Dayton committed them for trial at
the present term. The Attorney
General, however, declines to pro
secute, or to allow the counsel
whom Qui Nin Sing had retained for
the purpose, to prosecute the case
At one o'clock this afternoon Mr.
F. II. Hnyselden appeared In the
Supreme Court to receive sentence
lor his plea of guilty on n charge of
conspiracy. When the case first
came up in the Police Court the in
dictment lead conspiracy in the first
degree, but yesterday in the Su
pieme Court the Attorney-General
picscntcd an indictment which only
chaigcd him with conspiracy in the
His Honor addressing Mr. Hay
seldcn, said: Col. Macfarlane was
charged with the offense of conspir
acy in the first degree, but the jury
thought proper to biing in a verdict
of guilty in the second degree for
which lie was fined S200, the maxi
mum money penally, You arc
charged with conspiracy in Hie 2nd
dcgieo and have pleaded guilty after
making a statement in which you
said you had no interest, no gain
and no arrangement with Macfar
lane. You further said you did not
authorise those goods to your ac
count. Your counsel urged that a
nominal line be imposed. The Attorney-General
has been very lib
eral, and as 1 understand him would
be satisfied with the infliction of any
money penally the Court saw fit. A
pcison may through carelessness
and recklessness put himself in a
position to offend the laws without
the least intention. The Court
must as it alwa3'a does, take into
consideration the plea of not guilty.
The Attorney-General has said that
he thought you had good fighting
grounds if a plea of not guilty had
been entered. The Court has no
cidonce before it and cannot listen
to outside talk. The bare fact re
mains befoic mc that you have
pleaded guilty. The Couit believes
theie was no intention to defraud
the Government, that is, if your
statement is line. I have al.vays
been lenient, and it is no pleasure to
a judge to pass sentence. I should
not be doing my duty if I fixed a
nominal sum. The Court fines you
$100 and costs.
The annual meeting of the Por
tuguese Ladies's Charitable Associa
tion was held on Monday. The fol
lowing officers were elected for the
ensuing year :
Piesident Mrs. A. de S. Cana
Vice-President Mrs. E. S.Cunha.
Secretary Miss Rose Vieria.
Treasurer Mr. E. Hutchison.
The Treasurer presented the fol
lowing leport for the thirteen
mouths beginning the 1st of Decem
ber, 1887, to the 31st of December,
The following is a complete list of
the tenders received by the Board
of Education for building nine new
school-houses at. different points, as
previously advertised for. Tho low
est bid in each case has been ac
cepted. Niipmipon, Kona, Hawaii
H IMluitlrmauu $1,250 00
T. AiidiewBifc Kaamiioana.... 1,100 00
J.Todd. l,07fi 00
Alexander Hinges 1,050 00
V. Aieher 1,050 00
Sam Kanahele 1 ,050 00
.1. Wallace 1,(L'5 00
J. W. Smith 00S 25
Kona Waena, Kona, Hawaii
T. Andiows Az Kaaumoaiia..... $1,(100 00
Alexander Burgess 1,1520 00
.1. Wallace 1,000 00
F. Archer 1,451 00
11. F. llcrtleuian 1,150 00
S. Kanahele 1,:)S0 00
.I.Todd 1,1100 00
Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii
11. F. Meitlcman $1,"00 00
T. Audi en i it Kaaumoatu.. .. 1,201 00
C. U. lllaeow 1,2.10 00
II. Ball 1,221 00
J. Wallace 1,150 00
S. Kanahele 1,220 00
Hoopuloa, Kona, Hawaii
T. Andrew & Kaanmoana 1.010 00
S. Kanahele 1,040 00
F. Aieher 070 00
runaluu, Kiui, Hawaii
T. Andrews & Kaaumoana .... $ GG5 00
S. Kanahelo 500 00
.T.Wallace 100 00
Kamaoa, Kau, Hawaii
T. Andrews & Kaaumoaua. . . . $ COO 00
J.Wallace 625 00
"l'ohakupuka, Hilo, Hawaii
T. Andrews & Kaaumoana $ 775 00
T. Andrews & Kaaumoana..
II. F. llerlleinann
T. Andrews A; Kaaumoana.
II. F. licitlcmann 1.100 00
P. Aieher 1,100 00
J.Taylor l,7fi 00
Smith i5 Mills l,:i:."i 00
S. Kanahele 1,200 00
J. F. Kos 1,240 00
llenj. Bcid.a lump sum for tbe nine
houses of 98,700 00 was l ejected.
' 1 'UU-l.ll.l .1.1 i
Vance, the well known English
comic singer, died in London, Dec.
The Duchess of Cambridge pays
a well known vocalist S 1,000 a year
to sing to her daily.
Ladies in waiting to the Queen of
Italy are declared to be the most
beautiful in all Europe.
The largest organ in the world is
now being built in London for Syd
ney. It will cost about 875,000.
Is Reserved for the
. 1,200 00
. 1,050 00
ro eminent subsidy 9520 75
Dues :10G C5
Donation1-. 70 28
Other souiees 12 50
Iuteicst 70 20
Hospital bills 9
Assistance in payment of pass-ages
Kills lemaluiiig over liom late
I'd rentage to Collector
Cliuity, food, clothing, medicines
Xoiicct tmier Ws keatl art eharytil JO cents
tiery tuhhJwnal vuertiou,
ptr line for the first intertion, and 6 em's per tine
Heir of Lurus Mill.
TY a Japanese who is a good
XJ penter. Apply at tins ollice.
To Stand this Season, Jan. i, '89
At Mokulola Istorit Farm,
The Imported Morgan Stallion
The Hawaiian Hand will givo a
public conceit this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:!10 o'clock. Following is thu pro
gramme: l'AKT I.
Ovoi turn Light Cavalry Suppo
Medley O! How Delightful ( mini
Walt. Hoi vlim I viiiiox le
Selection Mai Itaua Wallnce
MIMoi, Malaimi, Nonclo.
Medley Musical 1'ow Wow buyer
Cavntlua-- l'nsslng Clouds CJusstier
(lav otto The Stuib Eaton
Polka Von anil 1 , , . .Faust
The olllcors of tho Hawaiian Ag
liciiltural Socioty for tho ensuing
year tire ;
President , lion. C, H. Bishop
VicU'l'rusldent Mr, ,S. O. Allen
Treasurer, ,..,... . Air. 1', C. Jones
beorctary 3Wr, J, O. Carter
Auditor, Mr, Tom May
Directors, Hon, U, It, Bishop,
Messrs, S, U, Allen tiid P. C.
Last evening Mr. Chatles J.
McCarthy and Miss Maggie T. Mor
gan were united in marriage at tho
Koman Catholic Cathedral. The
ceremony was perfoimed by tho
Kight Kcv. the Bishop of Olba, as
sisted by the Very Itov. Father
Leonor, in the presence of a large
number of spectators. The altar
was brilliantly illuminated with
lighted candles. Miss Virginia
Gilliland was bridesmaid and Mr.
William F. Love best man. The
biido was given away by her hiother,
Mr. James F. Morgan. She was
attired in a very handsome costume
of cream colored embroidcied silk,
with the usual veil. After tho cere
mony a reception was held at the
lesideuce of the bride's mother,
Ueretania street, a laigo number of
friends calling to tender their con
gratulations. The happy couple re
ceived under u Moral marriage bell,
and the parlor was tastily decorated
with (lowers and evergreens, lno
presents were numerous and ele
gant. The grounds approaching tho
house were illuminated with colored
lanterns. Refreshments were handed
around and the health of tho bride
and bridegroom was drunk amid
much enthusiasm. Tho wedding
cake, a magnificent display of the
confectioners ait, was supplied by
Hurt & Co. of the ICIite. Tho newly
married couple will reside on Beie
lania sticet. Long life and happi
ness. UX.1U.UI , .I1U. '. I
liKi'oiti: roi.ici: jusnoi: rosrnu.
in (he Tieasmy the 1st of Dee.
JtocelpK for i:i inoiiilii...
2,085 2 J
. 1,502 8
lliikiucf Dec. ill, 1883
The latter amount is inverted
I'lomiory Nolo 81,000 00
rtal Savings lS.iuk 757 80
Ciiah in band 120 42
Sli.'S for Kuril 3Inr.
Mures bred to "GLORY" can iimiin
en tliu farm lit a paauirage nt $12 p.-i
intuitu. Every card taken but no res
Egy-Mnrs not proving in foal may hi
relumed nexv hcutou free of charge, if 1
till own the flori J. JAV.
Honolulu, Jan. 1st, 1880.
BOARD .OF EDUCATION.
A meeting of tho Board of Edu
cation was held yesterday, the Pre
sident, Hon. C'.Ii. Bishop, in thu chair.
A number of tenders for new school
houses weic opened and awarded.
The list appears elsewhere. The
Boaid decided to cicct new school
houses at llnou, liana distiict, and
Wuikupu, Maui. Other business
was of u routine character.
Tiiuusday, January 17th.
J, It. ltobertson, charged with as
sault with a weapon dangerous to
life, was committed for trial to the
Two di unks had to pay thu usual
Mikaleml, fur larceny of $l.&0,
tho property of a Chinaman, was
rciiuuiilud to the 2 1st.
(Several other casta was continued.
NOLLE PROS. ENTERED.
In the Supreme Court this after
noon, Attorney-General Ashford
asked that a uollo pioscqui lie en
tered in the case of the King vs.
A. Kennedy, opium in possession.
It will be remembered that the case
was hcaid in the early part of tho
week, the jury failing' to agree. Tho
Attorney-Ccneral said Unit tho de
fendant was in poor health, and
thcro was n reasonable doubt whether
ho had guilty knowledge of being in
possession of the opium. ills
Honor granted tho nolle pios. The
jury he said were unable to arrive
at a conclusion and he was not at
all sin prised as there seemed to bu
borne doubt, The circumstances of
tho case though wan anted prosecu
tion. Lord William Bercsford has laid
the Duke of Portland, tho owner of
some of the best horses on the Eng
lish turf, u wager of '500 that he
will pioducc a two-year-old fiom
Australia to run any twoyeai-old
that the latter has in his stables.
Tho race is to take place, next yeay,
A NEW ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR IN TOMORROW'S
ISSUE. , ..
-SES T H El "gai-
JEO-r & OOJMCJP-jXY.
XEW OOJS-aB6rAKW (SOUDS-Xttt rjrNKW GOODS
Notice of Special Partnership.
rnms is to cciiify that the under
JL sinnul have formed a Hjiecjnl part
nership titirMitiui to ih" htalulo in such
ciso inside nml provided.
Thai tlirt name of the llrm under
which such partnership ib to he eon.
dueled 1 "Sing Chong & Co."
That the general nitutro of the bind,
nest to he tnuit-ucted Is tliu ral'int;,
planting and cultivating of ricu In the
Island of Oahu, the owning and operat.
inc of rice clcauing mllh on said IMaiul
of Oahu, and the buying and hcIIIiis of
idl Lands of uoods, v. ires tind muiehan
diu in said Isl.iml nf Oahu
That the principal lace of huHine-s
of HiiH linn p Honolulu, Island of Ouhu,
on M uiniikea slice'.
Tint i liu names ot all the general and
special partners ant an follows-
A. II. Loo N:,iiu I., Hone; Quon, Tom:
Cnoug.So) and 1 . Alal, who all rmidc
in Honolulu, Is'iiud of Oahu, und bum
.Sny ICuu, who uMdrul Kaalaea, District
of KooUiipol.ii, 1 land of O dm, me tho
general pannei'; and Lum Chung Wa
and Tung Hunt', who ic-dde in Hono
lulu, Ibknd of Oahu, mid h. Ap'ina,
Ton", ('hang U'nt, la one; Nam and L.
Tuck Koiij;. who icino at Kong Slicoiig
Tu, DihtiUt ol Ili'fui Bail, in tho Em
pire OI Ullllio, nro I I.e. Hprcml (inilliors;
and that the ninl A. II. Loo Nuawk,
Hone; Quon, Toug Uhong Sny and L.
Alal, have inch contributed the bum of
live i ounitid dollar.-. (8.1,000) , and tho
said Luin Sir Kun, ha coi.tiimiud tho
sum of lllK-eti thousand dollars $1m,
000) towards the capital itocK and that
the euhl partner-hlp U to commence on
ihu 1st duy of Jamiaiy, A. I). 1880, and
to com lime and be in force for thu term
of I'J years fiom said Ht day of January,
A. 1). 1681),
Dated Honolulu. Nov.hOth. A.l). lfcSS.
A. II. I.OO NdAWK,
TO NO OHL'NG SOY,
LUM CHUNG VYAA,
LUM HAY KAU,
Ily hli all'y in furt A II. Loo Ngawk;
TONO CHANG WAl (w),
Hy her utt'y in fact Tong Chum; Soy ;
Hy hs att'y In fact A. II. Loo Ncaiwlv,
by hi all'y hi fact A. II. Lou Ngawli.
Duly iickiiuwl'difdl leforo Th ". W.
Uribroii, NUhj Public, Hand Of Oahu,
the 1th duy of December, lHSrf.
WK HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy (roods SuitaMe for tie Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Xix-c; Cui'titlliH, Sliunpod "XUdlCB, Hliou IIukh, Etc.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention to our lino selection in
GnitHii Gloli for Gents, Yitls & (Mm !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Ail Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want tomcthing very line in
Call on us before going elsewhere.
tSTMis. E. C. Howe's beautiful wcrk in Point laces on exhibition here"
JFOIW HXH13ia'X -LIOIS'OJL.TJJL.TJ.
tS- I1AHOA1NS -a
New Lino of
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower 1'rices than ever before.
New inolco of
IVovoILicM iiiU JTuuoj' GoadM, Xu JL.intro Vurloty.
au g.! 88
hu tin uotlllcH tho
hu will, in eoujtinc.
lion Willi .1. McQueen, carry on tho ISuir
gagu Kxprensand Diujinglliisliiertsiiow
conducted by .1. Green A: Co., commune,
iug on January 1, ISaU. All Kinds of
baggage cxpri'Mi anil ilraylug work
promptly attended to. 1113 tf
English end German
Vt ISrf HOLTK ha opened a select
It I IhiKllxh and Oeimaii School (or
voiiii children. She- will also give iu
btiuiiloii In llfiimiii mid Trench, In
i'liiw, or in pih.ito lemons, ltol
deuce on 'he E:ut hide of Makll.i btieet
opposite tho Utuuball Grotinih
ALL parties indebted to W. S. Luoo
on the Mlh day of September Uit,
are requested to tcttfu up their urcnunta
at once. W. S. LUCK.
By bii attorney-in-fact, Frank llrown.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
Teato if Voice & Piano,
Is prepared to receive pupils.
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fea.orii of uiiiidu tiji California, and to
previous rxpericucu in teaching in that
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