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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 18, 1889.
By oulor of the Miniater of Ititu
riov butilcil tendeia will bu leeoived ut
the oliieo of the llo.ul Supei visor, foi
the shoeing of th. eminent Mules
and Horses fot fl months nom Feb
ruary 1, 18S9, at much per lioal
per month. Said tdmeing to be done
in a faithful and woikumnlike min
ner. Tendcm to he opened Jantuuy
t."ith, at f() oVIoik a. m.
11. F. 1IEBHAHD,
lin.i-I Sii tni-iiv, Honolulu.
Hoimliilit, .Inn. IS, 1880. till) Id
-X1 JLL OJ
Plriltr-it to iultl.fr Sect nor Patty,
lint i riili'tet! tor the benefit of all.
F1UI.AY, .IAN. 18, IH8D.
THOSE HYDRANTS STILL A SOURCE
Accidents! continue to bu caused
by tlio-e liytliauls on the Alakea
street sidewalk. People icill walk
right up against them in the dark,
refusing to take warning by the niib
fortuno of otheis who have gone be
fore. It may be held li, the Gov
ernment that persons who are so
stubborn a-? to persistently butt
against Mich ob-t.ieles, in spite of
repeated caution-, and in the ab
sence of an constitutional 1 equip
ment or statutory enactment com
pelling them to do so, deserve to
suffer the consequences. This is
not the view of those who have bark
ed their 'bins or received other in
juries, or of the general public. They
hold the Government to blame for
placing the hydrants in the way of
travel, and thus endangering the
limbs and necks of pedestrians. No
very bcrious damage has hitherto
resulted to any one individual. The
loss of :i little skin, a shock to the
nervous system, a nanow escape
from a dislocated neck, and the ex
penditure ot a dollar or two for oint
ment is about all that any one per
son has had to bear to date. But
the cases aie so niimeious, that if
the misfortunes or all were heaped
upon one, the hidden would be too
great for the strongest man to en
dure. The aggregate ot suffering
and loss is enormous. The Govern
ment, which i-t supposed to oj.ist for
the benelitof the people, should have
a little consideration for the govern
ed, and do something to remedy an
evil of its own creation either ie
move the hydrants fiom the side
walk, or remove the sidewalk from
HORHER'S ANSWER TO G.-COK-TINUED.
G. continues: "I think the best
the so-called piohibition paity can
do is to heli ,0 legislate against the
abuse of liquor, and not to become
obstructionists, teach the people the
danger of indulging too much."
I plead not guilty to obstructing
temperance m any sense. I will
and always have given my iiilluencc
to the support of every Icmpeiaiice
measuie. How G. can think fiom
my writings that 1 am an obstruc
tionist I am at a loss to determine.
I not "only teach the people not to
indulge too much," hut go further,
and try to puistiade them not to in
dulge ut all. Even now J sun tiy
ingto pnrsuade Mr. G. and his wife
und daughter that it is safest for
them not to diink at all.
I have used moral suasion with all
the powers I possess for men and
women to quit indulging in the im
moderate and moderate use of in
toxicating liquors and sometimes
with strong statements, but always
I teach temperance by moral biit
sion, by word, by pen, and by ex
ample. This I have done for many
years. Now I have taken an ad
vance step and in go legal suasion
in addition by which 1 believe we
have struck the keynote which must
eventually work out one of the
greatest moral revolutions the world
has ever known and for this I am
called un "obstructionist," a "fa
nalio," and a "hypociite," etc. So
it appears that the only objection to
my temperance is, I am woiking
against ruin license. This objection
is well taken u I will woik for local
option and piohibition and every
form of tempeiance; but never for
a rum license, I would as soon li
cense the spiead of small-pox, or
leprosy. Licensing for gain that
which ' woiks evil is a relic of the
dark ages continued until now, und
of tho sumo nature though faither
reaching and dimming in its effect
as tho "Sale of Indulgencies" dur
ing the dark ages. The Church tire
supposed to have long since ceased
this wickedness but Governments
jtill continue it. Yet tue days will
come no doubt, that enlightened
man will look hack with hoi ror at
tho wickedness of government in
one day, licensing foi gain, tho
prince of evils, nun, so 1 cannot
consent that my government hnll
license any evil much less, the worst
of all evils rum.
This generation is enlightened
enough to see the sin the Church
committed in former days by the
sale of indulgeiieea, or to see the
evil government would do, if it li
censed thelt, rohheiy and murder;
vet licensing the sale of rum is all
of thee evils in a nuuliell, and
much more as reliable statistic- in
That three fourths of all crimes
brought befoie the Courts' result
directly or indirectly fiom tho use
of strong drink. 1 can't vole for
ruin when it causes more misery
than nil othei cils combined, and
further reaching in its effects as it
dystroys both body and soul. We
aie told thai no drunkard can inhciil
the kingdom of God, but a leper or
a small pox victim nniv he saved in
"the kingdom " 1 want small pox,
leprosy and rum, all quarantined,
prohibited, stamped out, and en
tirclv abolished, not licensed. Li
cense means a continuance ot the
business licensed with government
protection, and continuance means
a continuance of three fouiths of all
climes now committed.
Archdeacon Fariar says that
"Cruikshaiik the artist olfcied S-JOO
for proof of a violent crime com
mitted by a total abstainer from in
toxicants and that the money re
mains unclaimed to-day."
License, authoii.cs the rum seller
to manufacture drunkaids, which
I believe is the only thing they do
maiiulactuie under the permit of the
1 saw one finished spcciiien reel
out of a saloon when 1 was last in
Honolulu, anil a lot or lather raw
material standing near that the
factory was working on. It will take
considerable time, no doubt for the
factory to finish them up to perfec
tion like the first specimen mention
ed above, but if the saloon is con
tinued it will he done as sure as
fate, and by that time other raw
material will he sipping and tasting
preparatory to being made into
drunkards by the factory.
So Mr. G and the Kdilor of the
"Gazette" wants the high license
issued and the factory continued do
they? and everybody that don't
favor it they brand "obstruction
ists." A high license Catechism tells us
the difference between a prohibi
tionist and a high licensist thus:
"A high licensist believes in put
ting whiskey into a boy of three, a
$1,000 funnel, and then putting the
boy into gutter. The piohibitionists
believe in putting the whiskey into
the gutter and saving the boy.
(To be continued).
J xo. M. IIoilNKll.
NEW EDUCATIONAL IDEAS IN FRANCE.
Palis is providing playgrounds at
the public expense for its school
childien. The work has been begun
by setting apart a poition of the
Hois de Boulogne for the pupils of
the institutions analogous to our
high schools, and it is to he followed
by laying out playgrounds for ihe
other schools. Fiance in tiie last
live years has seen a great change in
the attention paid to physical exer
cise in the schools, and this is one of
the fruits. German gymnastics aie
recognized as one of the secicts ot
the physical elllcicnoy of the troops
in the Held, and every effort is making
to iutioduce lliem in French schools,
where they aie greatly needed. Any
Aineiican city, however, would pro
fit by following the example of
Paiis. City school children need
exercise inoie than they need any
thing else. fPliilndelphia Press.
MEN WITH DRUNKEN WIVES.
A "City Clerk" writes in a Lon
don paper: I thank you for draw
ing attention to the suffciin of
what, I iear, is a large and increas
ing number of men husbands with
intemperate wives. 1, unfortun
nlcly, am of thai number. .Seven
years ago I became a total abstain
er, thinking my wife would follow;
but no such tiling. Shu lias become,
if possible, worse ; although she lias
signed the pledge score of times,
but the longest lime she kepi it was
four months, sometimes not as many
hours. She has no liotihle, infirm
ity or any of the usual causes which
sometimes aie excuses of intoxicat
ing ill inkeis. Without warning or
notice she takes ai tides of clothing
out, pawns them, and is often drunk
by iiiion. I inn in the exact position
of the man supposed in your aiticle
having children to bring up, for
whoso sake I must keep the home
together and hear this heavy bur
den silently and unaided, because
for me "there is no remedy." And,
besides, being in business in a city
olllce, my living depends upon my
rcupectability, my pen, and brains;
hut these would almost be valueless
elbcwheic. It is not separation that
is wanted ; it is divorce. Separation
would throw tho woman upon the
streets, as shown in the recent
Whiteehnpel murders; wheieas di
voice and fieedom would give the
woman a chance of marrying again
if she repented and conducted her
self properly. Surely it is time
some member of Parliament took up
the subject to relieve us, You say
quite right "Daily I go to my la
bor without hope, and daily I re
turn home with diead." Is it al
ways to be so ?
HEW MAP OF EUROPE.
The Pans edition of tho New
York Herald has adopted the role of
the prophet. It lias seen visions of
a icorganteation of the map ot Eu
rope, and it has conlldcd them to
the public. The thrco Empoiors, it
seems, thoroughly understand each
other. There is no written comjj
pact, but there is, we are assuied, a
distiiut understanding by which
each is free to attain his own speci
lieil ends when the occasion may
aiise. What these specified ends
are has somehow, it would appear,
been reveak-d to the New York Her
First. To-day, says our Franco-
American contemporary, tho entire
mechanism of Prince Bismark's
workshop is directed against Eng
land. When the mine is laid and
all is prepared he will single out
England's vulnerable points, and
strike at them with the crushing
power of a mastodon and the rapid
ity ol a uittlcsnake. What arc
England's vulnerable point3? Her
Eastern possessions, her enormous
tiadc with the East, her maritime
commerce all over the world.
Lot any one of these be destioy-
ed, and the whole stiucture raised
by the patient toil of centuries will
come down with a crash. The im
pending death of the King ol Hol
land, the last male descendant of Wil
liam the Silent, and the consequen
ces that it involves, have been thor
oughly discussed at Berlin, St.
Petersburg, and Vienna. The even
tual annexation of the Delia of the
llhiuc including Holland, Luxem
burg, and a part of Belgiumby
Germany is already tacitly assented
to by Russia and by Austria. Hol
land's colonies go, of coulee, wiili
Holland herself. Kven the bound
ary line is already cleaily defined.
A line drawn ncarlv east fiom
Gravelines to the Lys, and down
that river to Menin, and from Mo
nin to the Mouse, between Maes
tricht and Liege, marks the bound
ary of the French and Flemish lan
guages. The people on the north of
this line speak Flemish, those on the
south speak French. This line will
some day he the boundary between
France and Germany. All the
Dutch colonies and coaling stations
also become pail of this greater
This, the Ilciald goes on to say,
is l'nnce liisin..!! u s linal grand
conception. lie thus hopes to
achieve the coImiii.i supieniacy of
Germany. In consideration for their
acquiescence, liu-ia and Austria
aie, of course, to have adequate
compensation. Itus&hi is to have a
perfectly fiee hand to take, when
ever she chooses, Constantinople,
the eastern half of the Balkan pen
insula, and all she can grasp in
Cential Asia, Persia, and India.
Autri.t is to have the western half
of the Balkan peninsula ami Salo
nica. Prince Bismarck's scciet is
now revealed. To isolate England,
to unite the Russian and German
fleets against England while Russia
strikes at India ; to keep Franco in
check by giving her a slice of Bel
gium ; to wotk with the Dutch colo
nics and the newly-atqiiired German
coaling stations in the Indian Ocean
and the Pacific, as a basis to oust
Fngland from her present colonial
supremacy, and reduce her to a
second Holland such are only a
few iums among the many that
Prince Bismarck lias in the fire to
icalise his conception. N. Z.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
Tenders for Feed.
IT 'Oil he optional for th patties to
state a niico wiili delivery on Com
paii's TiiickR at l'aeiilc Mail Whnif,
ml "aid delivery in cMend over ilnee
nioi.'bi itiim !'ibiiuiiv 1st.
tno-.'t T. GltAII'AM O.RIRHM2.
Ii LECTION oi" OFFICERS.
AT I lit- annual nuelhig of stock.
1'X. lioldeia ol tin Ilunniiim Agrlcuh
tu al Co. belli ihi daj, the fnlfonlng
persons' wcic elealed a ulUcer.-, for the
cuiiunt ,ai ;
lion. i1. I! liihbop Piesldent,
Mr. K. C. All it Vice President,
Mr. I'. (1 Jones Treasurer,
.Mr. .1 (), Ciuiir Secretary,
Mr. Tom Mav Auditor,
Hon. O. It. lHsl-np, H. C. Allen iiud
P. U, Jones Duectoij.
.1. O. OARTKIt,
Kiniiiu v. II. A. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. I", ISiU." 1 1'J lm
1 V Miikiiiiia, in Kilbi
yirVk Vidli'N, for M.iiiuinn aat
tiaaf-. J' a iliiler, bia In an nidi-.
ci ih h'o brum! O in i by pri.viug no.
pi m mid pjjlng expenses may lemt
-mi liiilei lfO lit
AUIVIDKKl) of Three Doll irs per
t-ltu e will bu paid to tliuxliuio.
boldura ol In'ii Ibland Steam Kavla.
lion Co, fl.iiiiitul), al their ollhu oil
WKDNKSDAY, the 10th instant.
Ho., lulu, Jim. 10, IbSO. H'7-lt
Two More of Those
1 1 A VIG ARUIV 10 1
For Ibo undeislcnel und will bu dls.
pored of to tho llrst applieunts.
Ed. H0FFSCHLAE6ER & Co,
147 King & Ilethcl StreetB.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levoy.
SPECIAL. SAMS OF
To morrow, Jan. (9th,
AV lO (t'CI.nCK. A. .tl..
I will nil ut I'nliiii- in Hun ut my
BaliMoniiis, cmncr of Fort and Queen
st'ctK all the folli.W'ing nieiclmndts,
e nilMlui: if
Legal, Letter and Note Paper,
Envelopes, ltlnnk Honks,
Billhead:?, Writing & Cop; big Ink,
Note, l)ruft and itecelpt Hook",
Canvas and Squares !
A-t'tlMt, 3II t Ol'ltllh,
I'apri F.i teuer nnd Fails
Allium", Tu, o Men in, Vwt-t ,
Muc lice, Lulled 15 ig, Toys
aid Dolls; a child rolled Ion ( f
Fitted Plush Oases,
Guns, etc. Huse Hulls and B-ils
Unckft Units unit Unt',
4000 Novels 400
Ami nbnut -100 Hound Choice
lii ol.s, und
1 Revolving Book Case Tables,
Klu., Etc., Ihe.. Ktr.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
ICO ll Aticlloiuei.
Auction Sale by James F. ilordn.
On S:tturdu, Jsmunrj i!)tli.
AT 10 U'l'i.UCK A. .'..
At tin! "Old Cinlnm Ho i-" (Jiiem Sl
1 will sell "I Public Alio i 'ii,
Anchors ! Chains !
ROPE ! RIGGING !
And oilier iiilides luken fiom the
'I'f'.ltJIH CAM 31.
Assignees Auction Sale
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 23, '89,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
Will be fold ut Hie i tmo of W. S I.uee,
Alirciiiint sn-ii, a' i o' ibo
tOl 1-, cmijiMiuir ol
Fmd & Anseri. Braiies
Aineiican, Iiib A Hcieh WhKkiee,
Oiu in cases and lm-dels
Califiirnia U ine?, .Milw.inl c II -er,
Fine Kuropeiin Cask A; 'i-i- be,iy,
Port and Madeira Wioes,
Fine Ilosk, piiiis & qiurla;
K'uim ii Hare l,hpiijiit-,
noppul Kimmel lllnei",
I McNeal &. Urban
Burglar and Firo Proof Safe,
I Htaiidir.,' Di-idi,
1 Letter I'icss it Table,
Wubsli'i.-. Unabrtdged Dletionnry,
l'iclureH, Cliuiis, elc, etc ,
One JBtljielc IMTai-o,
2 Deliveiy AVaRons,
'J UutnetBes, Wheel burrow,
in Honolulu Hale Yard,
Utc., Ktc Etc.
.TAS. F. IMOJtCJAN,
140 Ul Auctioneer.
finco Jan., 88, Two
lIor.es. not biiinded.
Jy-- Owner can have biinic
by proving propeily und pajiiifj ex.
peiiM's If lb" above iiiiiinalu mo not
ru'Vennd wiibin 10 days lioni dntu ihe
liebl of owiieiship will bo Ini felled.
Maniiger Woodliiwn D.iiiy
Honolulu, .Tin 1-1. ISS'.l. MO lot
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company.
AT ii meeting of the i-tncl.huldciH of
tint above coiiipatiy held January
mill, 168!), thu following olllceis weiu
elected for Ihe ensuing yeai :
Godfrey llrnwii it
Cioil Urown Vlcci'iei-ldonl,
J. P. Ilroun Keorctiuy,
L.T. Yah iiline Auditor,
J, Catshh ..General Supctitilendcnt,
.las Campbell. W. O tsmitb, J. F.
liiown , ,, Dhcctors.
J. F. J5R0WN,
US lm Secretary.
TO n . !i&itc& -" It EMI
March 16th, 1889
No. 1. Running It'icc, ?. mile dash,
l'llzc. For Hawaiian l,red
h Hues, 4 yenrs old, to carry 115
No. 2. Huimlng Race, 1 milo dash,
Prize Tor Hawaiian bred
how us up to 0 years old, to carry
No. 3. Tiotthiji und Pacing Hue, 1
mile dus.li, 1'ilzo Foi Ha.
wnl Inn lm d hori-u-t, 1 yean o'd,
to harness and to rules.
No. 4, Running Kmc, lj.f mile claili,
1'rlzo For Hawaiian hud
hoifcc under 7 yeais old, cuuh
No. ii Trolling Race, 1 nilh- tutil re-
peal, Prl'i lliitllileleaino.
li -c In all.
No. (!. ltiimiiu.; Riee, .( inilu dath,
Pile For Hawaiian hrid
liniM-1, 3 enrs old, taiih
Wi ig ,t.
No. 7 Bieyel-P.ize.-
Haee, 2 mile
No ri. Runiilinr Race, miln mVIi,
i 'i .' l' or Hawaiian urcu
li in-1, I ye.us old, catch
No. !l. Tiottlnv ISiico to HoidCirt.l
nilludu-h IM.e For II -
waiian broil lioifies Free to all.
No. 111. Running Race, 1 mile (lath,
Pn.u For Ihuvaihui bred
liurtvs, " j ear old, to c.uiv 115
No. 11. Tmtiiug R..rc, 1 mile dash,
l'ibe For nil horses Hint
mu'i Ih-.iL :s minutes.
No. 12 Pony It ire, 1 mile dusb.P.ize
For lhuvai'a.i bred
lioiiic-, ;l m-uv old, not over H
No 10 Trolling Ruco to Road Out, 1
mile, (huh, l'ri.u Fiee to
No. M. Hiiiiiiini! ll-.ce, 1J mile dash,
t'li.u Free lo .ll I.
All prizi-s will be mii1 in RI kr or
Diic: . (In, i to iiwnuu. No Pioles
Knti n-4 in )).i mule bcloT
Match '.', IS fl.at ! v !
S it j ( t to eb uies.
J. A. CUPMtfSNS.
Honolulu, January 111, lb!-!). (144
. .L'Y .A. A
jffify.'a xjl ti'e near town, mode
fcyyfeja rati! lent No children. Ap.
ply "X V ," Bui.i.Ki in nillco. 14S 3i
K A 1"'1'.V I'll as.int Fin nisbed
Af 5 iftth ii. Rooms lo lit Apply lo
i is at
8J lie. elan i a street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
C')TTAGI3 lately oenn.
pied by .Mr Uarney Or.
detnluin, siltiale on Ltnraa
stieet, lietwiu'i the muiisinns of lions.
(!. 11. Bibbop, James Campbell nnd S. B.
Uolu, near Kiutn.i Square. No piano
wanted, no dust, no laio pitches Only
a few minutes wulk lo the new silo for
the Central Union Church. No tinmway
cars wantid Apply io
K. S. CUNilA,
148 tf Union ti.iloon.
A SIX-ROOM Cottage on
Einiuii i-lieci, opposilu
Knimu t(U ne Appl to
J. M. VIVAS,
42 Muichunt btrect.
ALATHK, tin ilar to the one Jn the
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co., new
and in pel feet oider. For fuitlier parti-
citlarn apply lo
1 15 lm
rIMIK Hawaiian liiisiness Agency Is
X iilme aiilhoiired to colli el out.
btiiuditig couiiacls tor buhscripllous und
iidveilUenii n'h due the McJCenney
Coph.s of the. Hawaiiun Direitnry for
lHbfj.U, leecntly pullislied by m, mn be
obtnliied on application at ibo llnwuilnu
HnslniBs Agency, cornel 1'ort and Met.
I'luiiilb ssliietB. Price i:i.f.O.
.1. 0. liANK,
Agent for McKenney Dlrectoiy Co.
WHKRKAS, W. S. Luce, of Ilono.
lulu, has ihisday made an ai-hign.
meut of all his properly lo the under.
tinned, for the henellt of his credilors,
milieu Is heiuby given to all parties
owinc bald W. S. Luce in make imnie
dlato payment, and any pcrtons having
claims nguinst W, S. Luce are requested
to present tlu-iil at once at thu olllco of
V. H. I.uce, Mcrcbnnt stieet, Honolulu,
.1. F. IIAOKFKLI),
Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1881. Vii lm
HAS Cornl Rock, Illnek '"lone, lilack
and Whltu Sand and Soil, for sale
In any quantity. Apply ut the olllce of
W. C. Achl, Kuahumuuu street, 119 3m
Visit Our Stoic smd Got Your Holiday Presont
FOR 30 DAY
Our Grand Silver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
Duriiie; this Sale every customer purchasim; the nniount of $2.00 worth
will ioceied n handsome
Silver &U, a S
Present CW P
Come and examine our New Goods, and you will find them much newer
and loivei in price then olsewhuMj. It is our unalterahlo detei munition to
have no reeouiM1 lo misleading or inisiepieeciitation. Our luhiitit-euient
ti lily iemeents the Goods wo offer for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladierj' Fine White TTntrimmed Straw Hats.
jS?"Look at oui Hotel tdioct window and see the fine display of Hilver
waie Miilnble foi the Holidays.
The near approach of the Holidays and oycifctock of Goods make it ini
peiatjve that we make the most radical and sweeping changes in our pi ices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our
pations can becuie advantages! in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which ha0 never been equaled.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
'gi0r'!?us is the lfe.niest (Jul in Priies ever attempted.
JflTWu will make uductioiiM in all our depaitmcuts.
II SING :i"l- lm me nder lull
poiu't ot .tltntiii'V '" tinilti is
of lniiri-'. I.EK l'AU.
Honolulu, J.m IS, 1-t-li. 147 'Ji
The Hawaiian Tramway Com'py
ON and uf ei-MoihIh, lin- 1 It -I un.
my tin- i Alt f'A -IS i i li col.
Ieeted by TuKets onh, wh eh wi 1 lie
sold ii lii'i- i-luh, or in r riN of live for
twenty Hie cents, lij tlio iiuiduetoi. ,
C2T The Tickets must be placed by the
Passenger in the FARE BOX j
provided on tlw Car.
To fnciU'itto the uuiliini! of eliune '
tl o public aie lespei tfullv r. quutid to I
purchase tho 2." cent niih wliere 0-ji. i
Conductor CI. Tlne'e v 111 ta'l lound ,
it the prim i ul slu .-. nli 'lii:'-,i!s lor '
i-nle on Kiidav nil ' S it (1 v. di.t Mill i
and nib J.ntniy. ' III tl
O r. t as i
Has taleu the htlliltn foilii"ilv neeup ed
by A. A. Alont.ino, eonu r of King
and Foil stieeu, and is pic-
paied to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
l'rlnUncr Dune lor Aniiilriii'H,
Cabinets $G a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
JBQT Kiitrance on Fort Stieet. "a
Ginger Qnpape !
WimlcliiiS', Iiiviovnl iujr.
lOlt mam: OXI.V 11 Y
J. E. BROWN & CO..
1US !38 Metchant Street. (1in
The Best Company
OF IST1SW YOKK.-
Rlcbard A. McGurdy, President.
The Largest Company in Iho World
Tlio Oldest Company in tho U. S,
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Larqest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in (he
Hawaiian Ihlundu, d urine; the
past leu yearn,
Over : SfclOO.OOO OO.
BSr For ruteB, apply lo
N. It. KOSK,
General Agent, Honolulu, lluwallau
Etc., Etc., Etc.
TVJOTIP1-: i- he eby plen that Ah
JJ Yon of Kal hi Valley. Oahu, has
Mild to Lin vh ,in. for -StliO, bis im
dhided oiie-llfth int ii"-t in a lease of a
eeit.iin piece of pioieilv in Kalihi Val
ley, dating fiom Fobiuary '.'2, 1888,
fiom L.iuia Keienaho ot, al.: together
with ids undivided onu-llfth iutcrest in
biilldiu: thereon, fmiiitute therein,
four hotsc;, nil agiletiltin.il hnplemensr,
Signed, UN AH J,IN.
Dated. Jan. 1. 186!). 18 2w
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
-OPENING OF THE-
King Street Line
E?AC K1. !TEraS"R-C2
j, i Mah., ui vt.a d a
I For any Jdstmioe.
The Ciii" vi ill commence running on tho
following schedule lime,
On Tuesday, Jan, 1st
Lcavo Rlflo Range. Lcavo Chlncso Thcal.
n.aO a. m. G.SO a. m.
IV.IU " 7.00 "
7 00 " 7.!!0 "
7.SJ0 " 8.00 "
8.00 " 8.H0 "
8.30 " 0.00 "
9.00 " !l 30 "
o ::o " io oo "
10.CO " 10.30 "
lO.'.iO ' 11.00
n.:i() " )2.oo r.
12.00 m. 1SJ.H0 !. M.
U'.'J0l. M. 1.00 "
1.10 " 1.H0 "
i:() " 'A00 "
-:,.o " :t oo "
il.llO " 4.00 '
-1.0(1 " 4 HO "
1.H0 " fi.05 "
r.or n.:fs "
n.tin " n.oi
i;.o.- " 0 31
li.S.'i " 7.05 "
?0"i " 7:w "
7.110 " 8.00 "
8 05 ' K.ll) '
H.110 " 0.00 "
0.10 " 10.00 "
Thu 7.01 r. m. from the Klfle Banco
will lean com -i of IJoiiUiilu and l'u.
nalio i meiti a1 7.00 i'. ji,
KXTIt.V OAltS will inn on 8ATUBDA.Y
Knoii Uiri.K Ha 'iti: 11,03 a. ji., 2.00
). m. and tl 00 i, u.
FlIOU thllKl.sicTllKA'UlK U.!!0 A. M
2 'M v. ji. and a.!!0 v, m,
H UNDAY i
CarB will leave co'ior of llcretanla
Btrect Mid I'uiiiiholl nt 0.0P, 0.30, 10.00
ami 10. DO a. m., mid
KHOM llll'l.K iunoi:
Every half hour fiom 0.05 a. it. until
0,05 r. u., nnd
KNOW CIllNESK TIIK1TKE
Kvury half hour from 0.35 a. si. until
0.35 i'. u.
To Insure punctuality, it is requcttid
that pai-feut'ers w ill, as far Us pobtlhle,
join and leave the cuih al the cornen, ol
Tin y am aho leepcctfully cautioned
ue,ahibt attempting io enter or iiIIkIU
from the cars whilst iu motion.
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