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DAILY BULLETIN"' HONOLULU, H. IM JANUARY 28, 1889.
By ordci of tin Minister of lute
rior sealed teudeis will be leeeis eil at
tlic otHco of the lto.ul Supenisof, for
the shoeing of liovitnnioiil Mules
nnd Horn's for t months ftoni l'cb
runry 1, 18S1), nt to much pur himl
por month. Said Mini nig to be done
in n faithful and woihutiinlike mail
n ur. Tenders to ho opened .Inmii'iy
2tth, tit 10 o'clock a. m.
H. F. ltEHHAUD,
15ii.ii' iiiipei vi'ni, llouolulu.
Honolulu, .Kin. is, 1SM. loOtd
a ii jl:
Pledireil to neither Hid nor Paity,
But r&ittbtishrd for the benefit of till.
WKDNKSDAY. .IAN. iW, lh8!l.
WHAT TKli BtiLLElSK WANTS TO
.So niui'li atioiilion having been
bestowed upon our lir-t ventiue in
the ''waut-i to know" line, cncoui
nges us to unotlu r unture in the
same diiiition. Tiieie aie some
other tiling- wide i the Hi i.m.tin
wants to know, viz:
Tlie object of enc'loaing that plot
of land at llu- junction of King, Mer
chant anil Iticliiiid btreet-, popu
huly lviiovMi ai "I'altiee Siuuitcr"
"Will it In- inure "-ei viecablc to the
public fenced in than left open, as
at present.'' Will not fencing de
privc our volunteers of the only con
venient parade-ground in the city
proper? Hlheieaio good reasons
for enelo-ing, llio IJfi ixtiv would
like to hear them.
"Why the "Advertiser" so fre
quently evinces a tendency to evade
simple propositions presented by the
Bui.urrtx. Is it because of our ina
bilit3' to write English or our con
temporary's inability to under
stand that language? Lately we had
a few commendatory words about
the promotion of the second and
third clerks of the Supreme C'otut,
which promotion followed the retire
ment of the liist cleih to take a po
sition outside of that Couit. This
agitated the plebeian stomach ol the
"AdveitKer" until it ejected a col
umn of liuiiidi tun tuigid -verbosity,
to prove that the Chief Clerk of the
Supreme Court was not in the line
of promotion to the judgeship of the
Police -Cou it and that the Police
Judge was not in the line of piomo
lion to judgeship in the Su
preme Court, as if wo had said or
intimated Unit they were. ow that
we want to know "why the external
application of water should be con
sulted into practising medicine"
these are our words the "Adver
tiser" answers by s.iying that "it is
a narrow and ignoiant view of the
matter which would con fine the phy
sician's functions to theJadiuinistia
tion of drugs," ignoring our ques
tion entuely. Who said anything
about 'physician's functions?" We
have read of a icinarkablc person
age of ancient times who performed
a "physician's functions" that is,
he cured "various grave diseases und
morbid conditions" but we have
ii ever read not henid that lie was a
"practitioner of medicine." In our
time there are persons who profess to
fulfil Hie physicians functions" In
the exercise of "faith" without the
practice of medicine. Certainly wc
hare heard of "hydiopathio physi
cians, "but not of hydiopathic practi
tioners of medicine. Wo have also
heard of "quack physicians," and
believe that such persons can he
found with diplomas as well as with
out. Wc arc curious to know why
the "Advertiser" expends so much
force in writing mound mi plain a
LETTER FROM DH. HOURITZ.
Enrrpjt.Bud.iyiiN: Very unjust
aspersions hayc been made from time
to time,' r hiling to the late Air.
Gibson's administration oi Ihcaflait
of the Hoard of Health. I theieforc
submit the following ileitis for pub
licity. In the months of October, No
vember, and Diocinber, 1887, llio
Hoard of Health iiider the Emerson
presidency, ibatu d more peimiis to
well persons to visit their leper re
latives at Molokai, than vote issued
in tins previous nine mouths. Not
less than fotty permits were lulled, "u" '''!.' ''""" )1r.""u'' ' t!- "ll3
signed by Dr. Kincrsuii, and huio Ik :' t l , !" . "f ""T"'
u sample of the urgency of the rea- H'"i; ot a good (lea of alien
sonsgiven by tho patty desirous of tioa in thi-ir iieer oo.tumes and
ioi n.nJi -1 -mil. .ia lifad diebbes. C.
visiting tlio loner beltluinent. -'A
young woman and her infant !
months old lo see to the building of
a house." I eaw litis special per-
mit, and a bundle of other permits
in Mr. Meyer's possession on Janu
ary I, 18SS, nt Kiilac. I fm titer
saw the parlies who came with ihesc
permits, at Kalawao and Knlatipapn.
The tnaikcd contrast between Dr.
Trousseau's able tenure of ulllcr is
evident, when 1 suite, that during
the time, about ' inuiitln, ho
(Dr. Trousseau) held olllce, the per
mits giantecl, anil "igneit ny unit,
could be counted on the flugeis of
Next, I wish to oti'er a few tc
tnarks on the lepei -ell lenient uitdi
cal commission ot Apt il 11, ItSi't ,
(date of arrival at Ktihtwan). At
this said medical fatcc, Dr. Emctsuti
undertook to keep lite records of the
proceedings with the result, that on
reaching Honolulu he (Dr. Emer
son) did not know positively what
the commission had accomplished,
and so had to humiliate himself by
writing to a layman, for what in
formation lie could give on this mat
ter. I know this to be true, and
will be pleased to give the ptoof.
Now compute the elaborate result of
the medical committee's visit to Mo
lokai, as et forth in the President's
Iteport, with what I have written,
and the value of the said document
is not wortli the paper it is pi illicit
on. Again, lopping off the salaries
of government physicians, and ex
pending the same on another physi
cian does not decrease the expenses
of the Itoard of Health. Pethaps
Mr. Editor, you can explain how it
does? It appears to ttic that in one
eae the government physicians had
the money, but now the President
of the Hoard of Health has it.
The composition of the Hoard ot
Health i:. peouliai, lor let it be sup
posed, th.it in a discussion on a
medical question, the lay vote is m
a majority to the professional, who
entries the day, and shouldsis the
responsibility The lay iiiembiTs
presuinbly ; nu a medical ques
tion! ! !
If the vat ions Department'!, In
terior, Finance, Foreign had unpaid
outside colleagues what a jumble
we should have!
Is not this the condition of the
lioaid ot Health? The combination
in one lesponsible head of the Pub
lic Health Depatlnient of this King
dom is desirable. Port plivici-in
and President ut the Hoard of Health
should be one person's olllce.
Now that economy is in older
such a combination would fall in
line. The emoluments, derivable
fiom the position of poit physician
being quite adequate to pay the
President of the itoard of Health,
the fees all coining from the ship
ping, would cost the t.ixpauT nil.
It is now in order, for Dr. Emerson
to lefute my statements, about him
self. A. MouitiT..
Jan. IS, 18811.
DUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
The Zealandia advertised to leave
heie last Saturday only gets av.av
to-d.iy. the detention being on ac
count of the non-ariival heie of the
English mails before this morning.
The news to be tiansmilled to you
by her is not pat lieu larly sensation
al, but there are some interesting
points to note.
In the first place, as regards po
litical attaits, Ilanison's Cabinet is
made and unmade every day by
outsiders. Theie has been, mi far,
no teliablc statements made as to
whom Mr. Hanfson, (who since the
oflicial vote of the Electoral G'ul
legehasbeen repotted to the-Seiiale,
is the Piesident elect) is even think
ing of as his closest advisers in the
administration of tiie Government
of the United States.
Another point is that the speaker
of the next house will not be Mr.
William McKinlcy from Ohio, il lie
can help il. lie knows well enough
that his iulltience on the lloor of the
house is gt cater than a .speaker;
anil as he linnly believes in the po
litical doctrines he so ably ntho
cates, theie is but little chance of
his leaving the "rani; and file to
be commanding olllcer. A third
point is that there is a lair chance
lor the passing of a sugar bounty
bill, by which sorghum or beet loot
sugar manufactured in the Foiled
Slates will be paid a bonus ol one
ci nl per pound. The people of Los
Angeles seem to want a refinery in
their midst, and it is talked of tiiat
.",()()() acres of beet roots will be
planted thereabouts il Col. NpiTol:
el.s will put up a $.100,0(10 refinery
Whether In- will do mi or not no
body know. He has gone ICasl,
taking Mr. Chas. It. Dockland with
him as private secretary. Mr. It.
J. Cieigliton has gone the other way,
i. e. to New Zeal'iuil, to promote
trade between that ( olonv and the
There aie not many II Human in
town at present. Mr. Uriicc Curl
wiight, in at the Occidental,
and looks well for an invalid. Mr.
T. K. Mome is with J. 15. Woods &
Co. Ilany Aguew has his business
hcadqiiaitcis al I lie Clttli Stables on
Taylor street, and thcieaie a few
inoio scattered about. In the vicin
ity of Fresno a few have settled
down and ate doing well. Kino
climate, gooil toil, ami pleasant
Amongst the "distinguished ar
rivals" here lately is tlto Cot can Em
bassy, who liuie been taken in
j cliiuge of Tom McKay nnd go Kast
.San Franoibeo, Jan. I.Olh.
I F YOU" FIND" ANYTHING.
X Hdvurtliu it ia the Daily Buli.utik.
KILO ROAD MATTERS.
The "Ililo Itccord" of January
loth has the following editorial arti
cle on road matters in that dislncl :
The necessity of the expenditure
within the town of Ililo, of a larger
share of the "funds" belonging to
the "roads and bridges" of this dis
nict, than is now being expended,
must be apparent to all, except
those who nre living in the imme
diate vicinity ;of the plantations.
The population of the town is about
one third of the population of this
Tas.itiou District. This is the port
of entry for the whole of the eastern
and siuthern patt of this island.
Anil it is hete that the business of
this district centers. It is here that
toutists come to visit the Volcano
and see the things of interest in and
about the town And we should be
prepared to receive tlieut. Our
streets should be in good condition,
and the otiUing toads to the Vol
cano and the ltainbow Falls, and
other places of interest should be
put in good order at once. No one
thing tells so iniieli on the wel
fare of a town, as its streets and
roads. Although most of the
main stieets are in fairly good con
dition, still tiieie are several that
need immediate attention; as Kall
mann, School and Kukuaii streets.
Our late lava How is u sight of great
interest to visitors coming to lltlo,
and yet it is almost impossible to
gel up Kallmann street in a carriage
to see it. So with ltainbow Kails,
there is no way to get theie, unless
one gets onto a horse or else walks;
when without a gt cat deal of ex
pense, a carriage load could be lin
islud theie easily. Then again, the
load along the beach lo Waiake.i
should be fixed so that calls or car
riages could go by that ionic to the
landing at Waiukea, instead of as
now, away lotiud by the fish-ponds.
Killier a good biidge should be
placed across the Waiolanin Slieaui
or else a canal should be cut
ihiough 1' i Din thai stream into the
Waialoa stream, back of the old
Governess' premised. 15y dsing the
latter a permanent beach toad would
be filled in by the surf, and a good
caniagc road be made along llio
beach. The necessity of Ibis load
has been veiy apparent during the
past week, while the norlheily
storm pi evented the dischaige or
taking on ol iieiuh' u the steamers
;n poil, and H .ill had to be sent
atoitiid b ii. iv of i he lish-ponds lo
Wiiiakca." The "Hoad Hoard"
ought to take iuiii.eii.aie steps in re
gaid to this mad. 'I he people liv
ing on Kiikuati stieet also very
justly complain, that that street is
not fully opened, so that caits can
gel into that part of the town.
School sheet fiom Chinch to Waia
nueiiiic stieets, is au unsightly pile
of heaps of stone and sand. We do
not wish lo he understood as tning
lo lind fault in any way with llio
work that the "Hoaid" has so far
Hone ; we oniy wish lo impress on
the minds of t'he "limud" Unit the
loads out to the plantations are not
ihe only roads that need their atten
tion, and that at least one-half of
the moneys belonging to South Ililo
should be expended south of the
Wailukti stieani. We are aware
that the work of the Hoard is no
"sinecure," and have tolhauk them
lor ihe attention they have given to
the woik thus lar; but we want
them lo leniember that not all the
Ililo roads tun out to the Planta
lions. This part ot the district has
tiMiil.tlile "loads moneys'' as fol
lows: Taes lor 1K88...
'Jaes ior 18S'J...
, " i;,fjOO
. " 0,300
This part ol the town eolith of the
Wailukii otiyhl. within the next six
leen months, lo lime expended in it
not leis than SI", COO as its hhare.
(Jur ctois btieets, leading North and
South, ought to bo extended; as
for instanee, Uridge should be ex
tended aeioss lo Chureh street, 1'lea-
Mtitt stieet aeros lo Waianuenue
'treet; and a new stieet ought to bo
opened from Waiaiiueuiie sl'oel tn
Kauinana btreet back ot .Judge
Ilitelieoeh's house. This would
lliniw :i large lot of land into the
uiaiket, available lor building sites;
and that is what we now need. We
know the country i otitis need wink
ing hut it is not suppobcd that a car
riage load unlit be Imilt lo Ououiea
within tlie in l mn ii.o i .. litiilil
a fair finite ot ciiii.ie r-iadh, after
the toad ht been put in .air order
for lioi-c-hack travel. Thin is all
we have to say on this mutter at pn
beut. l'OH SALE
-IIK lui-i! Hi.il r.uihliii''
k ii 'mi tih die 'YiiM'inltD
iHtimr Hint:," i-iiunied on
Q een fatreil ne.ir lib lend Mrect. Fm
1 u i tli ur iiaiilcul.iib -iiiply 1"
151 If Tnos K. WAI.b.
,4Sfll A SIX-HUOM (Jot tax u on
CiiifiiaB ;iniii .iiiMie. Appl f
.1. JI. VIVAti,
'12 Muiehiint hlreit
FOIt SAIjB u' LBASfcJ
i, - , COTTACF lnte'y oeen.
Af;vC& it. pUH l.y Mr. Uuni'-y Or
6iiiife?ko diiiMiiin, slliliiiu on ICiiiniii
klicct, liutui-un llio nmn-ioiih ol llom,
('. It. IHshop. Jiiint'h Cam)hi'll Mid H, 11,
linlr, near iSnuiia Bipiui. No phiuo
wiuttis iioilusl, no luro i lichen. Only
a few minutes wnlU to the new nllu for
Din (.'inlpil Union Cliitrch. No iiumivuy
emit wanted. Apply to
K. H. CUNfIA,
M8 If Union (Saloon.
Auction Salo by Jamos F. Morgan.
On Thursday,. Jan. 24
AT ltt U'Cl.DUIt XOOX,
At Allen A: It lljbiMiti'i Store 1 tiusf,
HoMii-im'i Win' I I will fll it I'uliHe
Auction, lor tic.iiirit if whom II may
30 Bales, 15 oz, Sugar Bags,
son ja, Miv.e auxuii.
Damaged on voyae,e of Impm union per
J AS. V. AlOltCJAX,
On Thursday, Jan. 24,
AT 11 OMlMM'K A. .1!..
At the tin premised nlj.i.ninir my Silet
loom, Qui en i-lleel, I will -ell nt l'lili'le
Auction, fur lie. ouiii of whom it may
coma rn, the. follnwiiit! nit'cleMhmiieid
by mil wnler, on vmu,c of iiiiiortiitli!!
per ltrilish bail. "Diiii-coie:"
T. II. D.&Co. )
S linlis lil Stiio
iimm I'm: N'os 1,
i:!,"n:.2:, 2i, 27, :::.
!! lahs nine t-1 1 i i c
Siiuni 1! it1 No .
17m, 217 7:1
III niiint'-n ' 1 lu!e
Wlii e Hon' in oil., la
' DiMno r i 'iif
T. II. I).
I) .tCo. )
n. - fo i
Qiiirifluiul Hi iv.l
t- ii Ml.
In Dinui'ii.il II !es
i'j... ii-.. illlillip
: - i.
II. I) vt c
.1. 1! A 15
,7 AS. F
A i e loan :
fTiY on'iT r. .1. ! II -el ft-!.l. K .
i3 Ailiiiliiis'rnti'.r of Oi" K-iiiu ot
Muniiil Vliieetil. -It , i.T V d; '.vm , ile.
eeiibdl; I "ill tell ' I'ltltli.- Ai.i'.iei',
On Friday. Jan. 25tli,
C SO OT.I.OCK. A. 31.,
At my Sak'Mooni IJiu-eu -tnet,
WHITE & BROWN COTTONS,
Plinth, DliiIiii-, tlo-'urv,
BOOTS & SHOES !
Kle, Kle., Hie., Kle
Will iiriivo on lite l,,iln iniiH' Minn
Wmlteliitnii'' mill wi 1 x !ii I It
tloi'er u hiiae t nl.
The Great $10,00(3 Troupe
or Ii-i I'm mine
Russian k Frmcl Poodles.
Mons. CUSIINELL, Hie piop-icior. lulu
ot 1'. 'I'. IJ.iiiiumV. titu.l Slum iiientth,
iil have the plcii-uie of n'iurmiii
liuioru ihe eiti.en" loi u linuli'il sinson.
iKO. A. A3ISDI2N,
Piano and Organ Tunor and Repairer.
Onlurn left at Hh'miII.iii Nijh r'o.'s
Store promptly n'lianleil lo. HolliTe!'.
phones No. I!I0. 151 Iw
'S'ANTICI) by un exp- rleiteiil Itool;.
TT kieiier r.'niisiiio i in uny Hono
lulu hii-inis-i, or on a plai.tmioi, on any
Ibhiinl of the llitw.-ul in Kioup. Adv-i-tUer
if 11 riioiI pi-nniHii mil 'm'II po-teil
in fjenciitl luiMiiio-'t . Aililu'h-i 'OI "
IUu.t.l.TiN Oft ei-. IM If
II KINO au', lm me
of htifii ii-i.
Ho oliilu, .Ikii. 15, lt-80
FOIt HA L1J
ALATUi:, kin ihii'to tin- olio In tlif)
llitwiiliun Hell Ti,'i'pliiiiii'Co.,nnw
tin i in pi rtt'-l o ih r, F- r tiiillui' pniii.
iiilui'- npph to
1)5 lm ' JOHN UASSIDY.
To Stand tliis Season, Jan, 1, '89
Av .ISiiliiiIeln Ml tn i. J'arii),
Tlio Imported Morgnn Stallion
'Glory' (M$r& 'Glory'
TerniM i : 8'.
Cur I in i' 1 1 .11 nre.
MhIvh bred In "GLOItY" tan leiniln
nu tint fiirm nt a p..Hiur.igu nt 12 per
iiimuin. Kvi-iy m ro t.l.en hul no ie.-.
tg"".Miues nol proving in loul may ho
leiiitned ucxi. tenant free of i hnrt;e. If I
mill own lliu Horn. ,J. iiV.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
CROffH LJD.LBASB8 !
Uy unlet ' f the ('"Hiiths-mohits of Crown
1uiil , ihe
Leases ot llio Lands and Fisheries
Aliupuaa of Haiialci, Kauai,
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS,
Prom the lt of .lauuiiry, 13S9, will
he sold nt Public Auction,
On Wionday, Jan. 28, '89
AT 1U O'UMK'K XOOX,
At, the I'tile-uoMiH of Lnwii .). I.ncy.
OUM'IS P. 1AUKKA,
Coinml'-sioner of t'loiui l.iunl.
LISW1S J. LEVUY,
CrSy Pnrliivil i's may li-s ohlainul ut
Ihi'olllee cif tlie t'niMiiiVioneisof Crown
hui'l. Aiiiolini H'll" (Ittil-w
LaMlori's Sale i M
1Vouli-r of .luiiitB Unmpboll, I will
) - -'1 ut r'uliHe Anetioii, at 1113 SakE
iniiiiiii. on Queen Mreel,
On THURSDAY, the 7th day of Feb
At I'l o'rlocli linnu ol' tliat ilny
The tnllo'uiu' pio e ly illsti-iiiii-il for
leu' n.iin 'It oi1 "1 A M. liewell.
The iiio.it i-'.-'tine-l lieinj;
Macneal k Drbu Safe !
Hoiio'nlii, -I tn. 1 ',
!'. lol til
The Hawaiian Tramway Com'py
O.N mi.l if ur .M uidii, the ttth.I.mu.
toy, the I AU rV -IK i I b.' eol
lie id by Tn Lets onlj,Mireti wl'l Im
s-i Id i l.er i ii. I , i r ui il of fh'e lor
trtei 'y live ( ntn !i. tlie iimUi ctor.
t is' The Tickets nfiGt bo plr.ccd by the
Passenger in the FARE BOX
p.vvifioi on tits Car.
T.i faui'.l utii i Le miiluDi; ol ehamre
t ii pi. Iil'i! "ie rrs ei ttull r.iiue-t.il to
pmeh.ih.' tiie IJ'i ei-tit onsili v here 0S:i
hie. (Jo -dtietor 0. Tiiii'le v ill call iiiuirl
nt tlie p ill' i ill sto is iiili TiiiKc s lor
ale on Kii'i.t I'll i iji miliy, ilu i;h
i.iid U.li .1 unity. ' 1 II If
liaiviiiiitn Ti'tinslcr Co.
'pilE ui-ili-r-iiKil hiivb g puichnccd
L ihe li'.vini ss of .1 '.leen and the
UiiiTH'iiii Kspn-i -'ottipiiy, luivu con
loliil.ilul miiiei llio linn iuikk- of the
Hiivmiitui TranniVr Co.,
ion! are prepireil to cuiy on the Dray,
in r anil i;pics liin'mcvs of aU kiuils
Tuli'iihnne Ollk-e al No 7") King btiCLt,
ni'M dnnf to liohl. MoiuV.
cl! 1 60"tKlTELEPHONESrji2ylV!ulual 5G5
t?4?AU !.i i. of curling fnilhfully
-.nil ,-m i p'li .1 tea ieil to; linnilitio lo
tn vi-il to il i-itii fuil;. handled; idwainon
bund mi iiiit.i. nl -iL-aini r-i.
If von want a wiiunn or ilniy 5011 will
llt'il it to your ii'l viuildgo to ling up
etiner oi our teicpnoni!-.
.1. xv. moouiki:,
1.-.0 lui .t. McQUKUN.
A. M. HEWETT,
fe3iipiiBig J1 en-Ik,
Mig'iin ic'cived nnd rhlppi-l; ves el
ilitelniigbil, enlrn-s pit -ul nil leni-inl
H'ippiu.' work. All o th-r. k-lt nl llu
tiice A: ItiihiiibimV ollic -, Queen Mi rut,
will rceeno piTMiiuil intention inn) suiis.
fiieilon guaianieid. 102 1m
MI5S. McGiefjor having n tinned
from :n t-iaiielseo afler nn till.
Kt'iien of K inoiill h wi-.he.-i to inform her
jiunoiib and the ptihlic. In gener.il ihul
hhe its no.v propnicd to icHUinn her
foimei poaiilmi io L idles Nurse. Apply
nt ti'J Hntd meet. 151 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T i he nnniiiil nieeling of Mrclt.
JTi. holders of the II iw .iiiiu Agrlcul
tin a' Co lii-ld ihN day, tlin following
peisoitK were L-lenled iw ollieers loi llio
Hon. (J. K. Bishop Piehident,
Mi. S. O. Alio Vice l'le-idml,
Al r. 1'. O .lone.s TrrnmiriT,
.Mr. .1 O. ('niler Sucruiury,
Mr. Tom Mnv Auilllor,
Hon. O. It. HUl'op, t. O. Allen mid
1'. U. Jiiiich Diieutors,
J. O. UAKTKK,
Si mutiny, II. A. Co.
Ilmiolulti, .Inn. 17, 1S80, 1 (!) lm
Hawaiian Bell Telophone Company.
AT a meeting of the Mi cUhnldci.s of
the ahovu coinpiiiiy held .lauuiiry
12lh, 1H80, tho following olllcti'3 weio
elec.etl for the eiuuiug year :
(iodfrey Brown -J Si
i i-eil Drown ....Vlee.I'reHdunt,
J "F. Ilroivn Beereinry,
L.T. Valilililie Auilllor,
.1 Omsldy ..Uuiernl Supi i ii.liiiilenl,
.las (Jiimpl'oll, XV. O. Miiiih, J. F.
J. F. Ul-.OWN,
1-18 lm Secretary.
Is Reserved For The
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
Chas. J. Fishel
Prfliraiie of Races
March 16th, 1889
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to iii'iy il".
No. 2 liiinn'n lluee. 1 mile iK-.li.
t riite Ko It'iw lintu lm il
lior-f- up in IS i a old, lo e.lt-n
1 15 pouni'.s.
No. !i. Tiiit.iug :ml I'.n-iiiL' lte , 1
mile tin Ii, I n.e l''or III-
wiii.tn hr il h n-e-. a ycitiMi d,
lo hartley nnd to mk-k
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No. 5 rinitiuir Itaei, 1 mill' r.t.tl ii.
pen, J'li.e I)imlii)teiiiii:'.
I' M'O tO Hit.
No. C. limiiiiiig Hiee. '.f mills ilie-h,
Piie Km HiiW'iii-iii hi.il
Inures, '2 curi old, mull
l'ii -e, ii m Ie
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Pi '. i ii ll.i Miii-li l'ii il
lioirit-', 5 e:u.- oiu, .o ci.in II j
No. 11. Trotiinu llr.ee, 1 mile (InUi,
l'i ize I'or all hoivei that
never heat II iiiiui.tes
No. 12 Pony It'K c, 1 mi'e dtiglt I i.n
Foi llnwii a i In I'd
ponii-h, I! ilmi'i old, net urer )-t
No II! t'loiting Iliiu'i to Ilmi'i Cnit, 1
milt1 (IiihIi 1'rizu Fiee to
-Itiitiuiui! H.ice, tJJ inila ibis-It,
l'liis Freu lo nil.
All prizes will Ie paid to HI li r or
Drhei.. Cup lo nnnur-. No I'tofut.
sioiih Joukeyh allowed
Knlries lo bu nude lie O'e Sti'tiidiiy,
M.Ufh'J, 18 fl, ni-ll'. m.
t3l 8 d j it to eliniiges.
J. A. CUftTiiNS.
Honolulu, .T.iiu.ar.i in, tt-rO. l-ll
XTtrilKUKAS, W a. Imcc, of lloim.
TT lulu, lite, llili'luy uiiiilu nu ai'Higu.
iiieut of all hlii pmpei ly to the under-i-igiiiil,
lor Ihe bum-lit ol hit ereil lo i-,
notice is hereby given to nil p-trlics
owinc sniil W. ti, l.uce to make inline,
dlate pti)iiieiu, anil any purtons hiivlag
claiiti nguiiiai W. H. I.ueu inn it-q'icaltd
to pru-t til tin-in at iiiii.'u at lite olllce nf
W. H. J.uce, Meiuhitni hiieei, Hon ilulu.
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llouolulu, Dee. 1 , loHS. I',t4 lm
THEO. P. SEVERiN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montaui), comer of King
and Fort btrcets, and in pro
pal cd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES J
I'rliitlui; Ilouo lor AuinteiiiH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work'Guaranteed,
S&' liiitriineo on Fort Htieet. "a
Hawaiian Tramways I'o,
OPENING OF THE
Kins: Street Line
I-'oi' any IllHtunrc.
Tho ''ir-' v ill ci inn cure itiniilng on the
folloiviiii; -ilii'duti: time,
On Tuesday, Jan. 1st
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PllOM ItlKLK liAKUn 11.00 A. M., 2.00
I'. 21. anil 0.00 i'. 51.
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2.i!0 r. si. ami II.H0 r. m.
To Innnre piuictimlily, it in rrquctttd
tleit pii-eii)i'r will, us fur it pos-ible,
join nnd leave the oiui. nt the cornels of
They urn uImi lehpietliilly cautioned
ngiiiio-t ntteiupling in enter or itllght
from the can, "lii'ct in motion.
A I.L persons having elnlnis or hills
r against Mr. E. 11. Tliomim, aie
reipicsted to piesent the saint) to Air. 1).
Dayton nt his olllce, 7it King street, over
(Jiiong Sam Ivee's Btoio. All persons
owing him any mnuevaie lequestcd to
pay tin! same at Mr. Dayton's olllce.
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Life insurance Co.,
oir rs'iow vouk
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
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Tho Oldest Company in the U. S.
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Pays tho Larqest Dividends,
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