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Jnmiuy 20, 1SSS.
This day hiul tuuliencu of the King.
Major J nnics II. Wodehouse, II. 15.
M.'b Commissioner and Consul-General.
Captain Charles L. Oxley, of II. B.
M.'s S. Conquest.
Lieutenant Henry W. Neville, R. jN.
Fleet Engineer .1. Johnson.
Lieutoiumt-of-5Inrilics 0. Clink.
To which audience Major .lames
II. 'Wodehouse was introdiieed by
His Excellency Hon. Jonii. Austin,
His Majesty's Minister of Foreign
Affairs; and Captain Oxley by Major
Wodehouse; Captain Oxley pre
sented Oflicerb of 11. 15. M.'s S. Con
quest. His Majesty wis attended on this
occasion by His Excellency lion.
Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Afl'aiis; .Ian. RobeiUon, Esq., His
Majesty's Vice & Acting Chamber
lain and Major .loltn 1). Holt.
W. II. MIST,
157 It Sccietary.
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Plaited to tteither Sect nor Party,
But etaHihcit or the benefit of' all.
SATURDAY, .TAX. 1G, 18S9.
FOOLISH AND FALSE.
The occurrence of dull times thai
is, the coining of a peiiod of dimin
ished general prosperity naturally
furnishes a ground for complaint
against somebody. It seems to he
in the nature of human beings to
seek out someone or some class on
whom to place the blame, when
cheeks or reverses to their material
advancement happen. The excited
condition whicli was produced in
this country by the reciprocity
treaty, causing money to scatter
freely and works to he undertaken
which gave lemunurativo employ
ment lo mechauics and laborerb,
and producing activity in all branches
of trade and commerce, having given
place to a period of depression and
comparative stagnation, the respon
sibility of the change must be fixed
upon somebody. It is not every
man who can put caubo and effect
in their relative positions, and there
are those in this community who,
not being overburdened with reflec
tion and discernment, get blackness
in trade, scarcity of cash, and want
of gcneial activity sadly mixed up
with planters. The planteis, say
they, arc to blame for it all.
The accusation is foolish and false.
"What connection have planters with
depressed trade and scarcity of
cash? None, other than in so far
as low prices for their sugar give
them a less amount to put into gen
eral circulation. Let us keen those
things apart which have no atllnity
pigs in one place, sheep in another.
Who was it, when the whaling llect
deserted our walersand the country
was on the verge of shutting up
shop, stepped in and saved Honolulu
from becoming another edition of
"Goldsmith's Deserted Village?"
"Who has been from that day until
now the blackbonc, the marrow, the
soul of the country? Upon whom
do four-fifths and more of the mer
chants, shop keepers, clerks, me
chanics, laborers, and of the entire
population ol Honolulu depend,
directly or indirectly, for their means
of subsistence. The one answer
to these interrogatories is, The Sutjnr
You who blame the planter for
the condition which but for him
would be a million times wornc,
what would bo your state arid the
state of the country if he were to
pick up his traps and leave? Where
now you can journey scores of miles
through successions of plantations
and ranches covered with cane and
cattle, huts and homesteads, peace
and plenty, and nil the othor evi
dences of cntorpriso and happiness,
you might then wander in perfect
solitude, freeing no more than wild
vegetation, a melancholy dog, the
skeleton of Mr. P. C. Joues "four
roller vacuum pan," and the habita
tions of man in ruins, whilu hero in
Honolulu you might find four-fifths
of the habitations, now teeming with
life, desolate, and hay enough grow
ing in the street.- to feed all the live
stock needed. And upon this def
lation you might sit in peace, robed
in rags, and join in a ruphoniotih
howl of victory because the pliuitcr
had departed, wh lt looking mound
for u loophole through whicli to
fiq Dr. Schtnorl has got into
trouble. The Police Court fined
him $100, and his appeal to the Su
premo Court lcsultcd in a confirma
tion of the sentence. Schinorl'o of
fence was practising medicine with
out a license, lie actually didn't
practise medicine at all only doc
tored patients with water, cold and
hot. But the law seems to call this
practising medicine. Some of his
patients say that the water cured
them when the physic of authorised
piactitioners failed. But he had no
license ; that was.the trouble. It Is
not right to relieve suffering and
cure disease, and accept pay for
your services, unless you have a li
cense. Better let the sufferer die,
than save his life without a license.
Humnn life is not so precious as a
Government license. Doctor, you
cannot exercise your curative skill
in this country unless you have a li
cense from the Board of Health, and
you shouldn't attempt it without
that precious document. Learn a
lesson from tho fashionable English
man, who looked on and declined to
take the liberty of 3aving a drown
ing man on inc ground oi ins not
having had an introduction lo the
gentleman. Then, as long as you
have no license, "malpractice"
may be charged against you. A li
cense will save you from that
danger. You can then kill as many
patients as you like, and you are
safe. But it must be done in the
regular way under the protection
of a license.
Dr. SchmoiTs case reminds me of
a somewhat similar case: A dozen
years or more ago. an East India
doctor, Moerbccr by name, or some
thing like that, came to this coun
try. The profession called hiin a
quack, and he could not obtain a li
cense to practise ; but he practised
all tiic same, and was said to have
effected some extraordinary cures.
Ultimately he was hauled up before
the Court, and was sent from there
to jail. Quack or no quack, di
ploma or no diploma, license or no
licence, I must say this much for
Moerbccr: In one week, one bottle
of his nauseous physio permanently
cured nieof a liver trouble from
whicli I had suffered acutely for
over five years, during which time I
had been under the treatment of live
or six qualified physicians, respect
ively, without relief. The same
Moerbccr went from here to New
Zealand, where he was rewarded
with a small fortune by a wealthy
sheep -farmer, whom he cured of n
long-standing complaint whicli had
effectually ballled the skill of the re
That letter of Dr. Mouritz's is a
rather pointed implement. The
doctor seems lo have no narrow pre
judice against "admitting the black
ness of a pot, and objects to calling
a spade a bootjack." He doesn't
like to hear the dead everlastingly
aspersed, and has the courage to
speak a word for one whose tongue
is for ever silent in death, and there
fore cannot speak for himself.
Mourilz, my friend, give mc your
flipper. You are a son of Ishmaef,
with the blood ol a true Arab in
your veins. Whatever were the
fault', of Mr. Gibson and he hail
them as well as every child of Adam
he has been dogged in his down
fall, his misfortunes, and in tho
cheerless grave, with a Uendish ma-
liguity that will remain a foul blot
on this country after the scythe of
time has become rusty. When tho
white-haired old man, broken down
and decrepid, driven fiom position
and shorn of power, was tottering on
the margin of the grave, two thou
sand miles across the ocean, a Ho
nolulu jury gave a verdict of S10,
000 ihunuges against him, on tho
testimony of the plaintiff, a woman
of questionable cluuaeter, support
ed only by her own sister. Shame
ful verdict, and an everlasting dis
grace to the judicial annals of the
kingdom. To "kick a man when he
is down" is a cowardly act, an act
that was committed by many on tho
late Premier. And now that the old
man is dead and buried they cannot
let him rest in his grave, hut their
narrow, vindictive souIh arc con
stantly harping upon his mal-ndmin-istiation
of public affairs, lo show
tho wonderful contiast in the pre
sent faultless Administration. Truths
are of no consequence, as long as
lies pass uncontradicted ; but Dr.
Mouritz has nailed one of the latter.
Jt Is a mean proceeding to tear open
the tomb of the departed. He is
dead, and can do you no harm nor
good ; why not let him rest?
TAXATION ON BONDS.
Editoii Bciaetix: In reply to
"Inquirer's" query which appeared
in this morning's "Advertiser" as
to taxation on bonds to be issued by
tho Pearl River Railroad Company,
1 beg to say that mortgages, bonds,
unci stock are not taxable. Holders
of bonds in the "Pearl River Rail
way Co." wilt necivo 7 per cent,
net per annum on their investment.
B. F. Dillingham,
THE HERMANS IN SAMOA.
Eunon Bulletin : Having as
much right to utter a wish as the
editor of the Government organ, I
beg to state that I hope the Ger
mans in Samoa may succeed in
catching tho murderous renegade
German, Klein, and hang him to the
next convenient tree, as a warning
to other outsiders and adventurers
not to meddle with other people's
business. 1 would further like to
call the attention of the said editor
of the Government organ to the cir
cumstance that the Gcsmans seem
to waul the ruling influence in that
country on precisely the samo
grounds that the Americans ndvancc
here, viz: the largest interest at
stake. Docs our political history
show us that the Hawaiians arc the
ones here who talk annexation?
Was not might right hero on the
30th of June"; 1887?
A G HUMAN.
A QUERY ANSWERED.
Ennon Bl'm.ktix: As "Would
be Investor" has taken thcvtrouble
to ask his question publicly, it seems
necessary to reply through the same
medium. If "Would-be Investor"
will kindly take the trouble to re
read that portion of my letter of the
10th instant referring to the prob
able gross earnings of thepioposcd
railway, he will notice that a careful
estimate showed a prospective gross
revenue of 8ia8,000 for the first
year, and that reliable statistics
from the United States of America,
give figures of trallic in the poorest
part of the whole country, viz: the
Southern Stales, which makes the
above figures for the year too low by
2:i,000. To meet the views of the
most conservative I halved the low
est estimate, and for the same rea
son added oO per cent, to the esti
mated expenses, which weie care
fully prepared hv an experienced
and reliable railrovl man, Mr. C.
II. Klupgel. If i' will relieve the
apparent anxieti of "Would-be In
vestor" in bond-., I will say fiankly
for m 'elf and tin- gcntlgmau princi
pally interested with me that the
stockholders are perfectly satisfied
with their prospects and are willing
to woik hard, to increase the secur
ity of the bonds, and will be quite
content with such dividends as may
fall to their.. Yours veiy ti uly,
B F. Dn. l.ixi. ham.
WAIALUA SHDOTINQ CASE.
Following arc the affidavits of J.
II. Black and I; A. Burget, filed in
roiviim A1TIDAV1T Or J. 11. BLACK.
1, J. II. Black, having been duly
sworn depose and say : That I am
acquainted with the contents of the
aflidavits of J. M. "Vivas and J. C.
Cluney on lilc in the above entitled
matter, and concerning the same, 1
say that I have no recollection of
any such conversation at the time
and place testified lo by said Vivas
and Cluney, or at any other time;
and that at the time of the trial of
J. R. Robeitson befoie tho jury, in
answer to the questions touching
my qualifications as a juror,I stated
that I was unbiascd,which statement
was the truth. J. II. Black.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this LMth day of January, 1880.
J. II. Reibt,
Deputy Clerk, Supreme Court.
("01 NTini Al'KIDAVITOr I. A. uriiriKT.
I, Ira A. Burget, having been
duly sworn, depose and say: That
I am acquainted with tho contents
of the atlldavits of J. M. Vivas and
J. C. Cluney on file in the above en
titled matters and concerning the
same, I icply that I have no recol
lection of any such conversation at
the time and place testified to by
said Vivas nndCluticy, or at any
other time or place of having used
any such language at any time ; that
at the time of tho trial of J. R. Rob
ertson before thefjury, in answer to
the questions touching my qualifica
tions as a juror, J nlalr-d ' that I was
unbiassed, which statement was tho
truth. Ii:a A. Bi'iiorr.
Subscribed ' and sworn to before
me this 21th day of January, 188'J.
.1. II. Reist,
Deputy Clerk, .Supreme Court.
SUPREME COURT-JAN. TERM.
llElOItr. UICKKKTON, .1.
FitiD.w, Jan. 25th.
Kalanom, k., vs. Kekukahida, k.
Ejectment. Defendant's motion for
change of venue. Motion not allow
ed. S. K. Kane for plaintiff; J. L.
Kaulukou for dofeddant.
Abraham K. Kckai vs. Yim Quon
ct al. Ejectment. Tiled before a
mixed jury. AV, C. Achi and J. II.
Barenaba for plaintiff ; J. M. Mon
sarrat and J. L. Kaulukou for de
fondants. Verdiot for defendants,
two jurors dissenting.
Satuiuiay, Jan. 2Cth.
Trustees Bishop cstato vs. Kala.
Ejectment. Tiled beforo a mixed
jury. Paul Neumann and J. L.
Kaulukou for plaintiffs ; C. Crcigh
tun and S. K. Kane for dcfenclant.
Tho Minislor of tho Interior,
Superintendent of Publio Works and '
other Government ollicials, wero out ;
in tho tug Elcu yesterday evening,
taking tho. bearings of tho new light
ing arrangements for entering the
port of Honolulu. We understand
that the present position of the new
white light at the Ciittom House w. s
not considered satisf.ietni v, owing to
the dilllculiy of distinguishing it at
sea from the other bright lights of
The Supreme Court in banco hns
filed the following opinion by Chief
Justice Judd in the case of J. S.
Martin vs. L. B. Kerr:
"This is an action to recover dam
ages for malicious prosecution. The
jury returned a verdict at the last
(October, 1888) term of this Court
for SI, 500 damages, and this ex
cepted to as excessive by defendant.
Having duly considered the evi
dence and tho arguments of counsel
we find nothing whicli would justify
the disturbance of the verdict and
therefore overrule the exception."
V. V. Ashfordfor plaintiff; A. S.
Ilartwell for defondant.
A motion in arrest of judgment
has been filed by the defendant.
The opinion of the Court by the
Chief Justice was filed yesterday in
tho motion of plaintiff to dismiss ap
peal of defendant in the case of C.
Afong vs. Kale. The motion is de
nied, the points at issue being en
tirely relative to the correct pro
cedure in appeals. A rule is laid
down in the opinion for the guidance
of suitors taking appeals hereafter.
J. A. Magoon for plaintiff; J. II.
Barenaba for defendant.
Following is the icpoit of the
Portuguese Mutual Benevolent So
ciety, for the year 18S8:
Muuthlv (hie.-. 82,160 00
Initiation fee, till 00
Diplomas fees 77 00
llouee rent "S f.u
Interest on loans.. '.'1-1 23
I'll mvooil sold 5 00 8.1,4 IS 70
weekly benefit.. 8 4:S:i SO
Water l'atcs up to
June, l&S!) 23 23
Garden hose 12 00
Fire insurance pre
mium fori! years 00 00
1 Flic proof safe.. 125 00
Carpenter and Tin
smith work 151 :t0
2 Chandeliers HO 00
fciuulry petty ex
penses ' 170 0581,001 70
L'alancc December, 18S8.. 82,447 0."i
" " 1SS7.. 2,41S en
I' INVENTORY DHCKMUBIi, 18:8.
Cash deposit In the
Hank 82,511 25
Cash loaned on
mortgages 000 00
C.ih loaned on
other securities.. 20 00
CaMi loaned on
endorsements.... 1,300 00
hands 101 S3
Building on Alapai
street, Its cost. ..82,275 SO
Furniture 200 00
CAIT. IIKTTAU ON" Till', VAC11T
Last evening an "at home" was
given on board the British Yacht
Nyanza, by Mrs. Capt. Dewar. In
vitations had been issued, and among
those present were II. R. II. Prin
cess Kalulani, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, Hon. W. F.
and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. and Miss
Wodohouse, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Graham,
Capts. Chas. L. Oxley, Acland,
J. T. Kicolls, J. G. Green, and II.
W. Mist, Miss Massey, Lieut, und
Mrs. Moore, P. A. Engineer Craw
ford, U. S. N., Lieut. Carden,
Misses Dowsett, Widemann, Cleg
horn, Mist (2), and Rhodes, Mis.
Strong, Messrs. Osborne, J. S.
Knierson, Burchardt, M. II. Jones
The j'acht was most beautifully
decorated for the occasion with Chi
nese lanteniB, llowcrs, flags, and
evergreens. The invited guests
were conveyed to and from the
yacht by u steam launch. During
the evening tho following programme
was rendered in capital style:
Overture on the Violin Lieut. Pcnrs
Soug-Maiquerite Alii-s Jiliodes
Duet Tho Gipsy Countess
...Miss Wldumaun and Miss Cleghorn
Bong The Sentry from lolauthe. . . .
Lieu. Cai lcu
Song When tho FlowingTido Comes
Hong Thu Judgment of Paris
Kong The Storm .Mrs, Dewar
II, It. H. PilnccBs Kniulani, Misses
Cleghorn and Widemann
Song i onstauey .Miss ('leghorn
Song Voices of tho Wood
Duet -1 Would That My Lo o
Mis. Uewar mid Miss lthodes
Hong Whig Kiing Loo....I.lout. Venn
Song To the Woods Ailss lthodes
Duet I'liu Ucl
..Miss Cleghorn and Miss Widemann
God Save the Queen,
Refreshments were served during
the evening, and tho entertainment
was kept up until close to midnight.
He who is unconsciously selfish is
not so dangerous us ho who is con
sciously so ; tho former betrays his
selfishness, the latter conceals it,
Auction Sales liy Lowls J. Lovey,
A TTTTAAT C A T T?
AUbl IUxN DAJUJtj
CROW LfflHEASES !
Uy order cf the Commiss loners of Crow n
Leases of the Lands and Fisheries
Aliupuaa of Hanalei, Kauai,
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS,
From the 1st of February, 1889, will
be sold at Public Auction,
On Monday, Jan. 28, '89
AT IS! O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the Salesrooms of Lewis .1. Levey.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Commissioner of Crotwi Lund.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
CSy I'nrtlculn'8 may be obliiini'il nt
the ulilco of the Commissioners of Crown
Liml, Allioluni Hale. Oil td-w
BY order of Jnmcs Cani bell, 1 will
Bell at T'ubllc Auction, at my Sales,
rooms, on Queen street,
On THURSDAY, the 7th day of Feb
Vt IS o'clock noon or that day
The following propel ty distrained for
leu' Irmn ihr More of A. M. Ilewctt.
The properly dUitaiucd being
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
llono'ulu. .Inn l't. 183. Ml til
J C3 O
GEO. A. AMSDEN,
Piano and Organ Tuner and Repairer.
Orders left at Hawaiian
Store promptly attended to.
phoiu'H No. lt)0.
AH SING acts lor me l.nder full
power of attorney in all mutters
of bubiness. LEE 1AU.
Honolulu, Jon. lfi, 1880. 17 2w
A LATHE, similar lo the one in the
llawaiinn Hull Telephone Co.. new
and in perfect oidtr.
For tin tiler 1 arli
cuiiirs apply to
Mm) Broil Pigs For Sale.
y, Berkshire ami H Vo.
hind; 2 months old; only
8 left; $10 each or a for
$80 Apply to
W. K. SEAL.
Cottage for Sale Cheap.
IBTiJHY Cnitnirc, nearly
ni'W, containing pnrlur,
(liniiiC'iooin, 4 bedroom, )lt-
chen, Imihroom and water clo.'et, veran.
Ihr, stable, wui:on.Ueil, chicken house
unit yard, flower gnrdun. etc. Lot DSx
100 fee and leased lot adjoining 75x75
fee, tiitmito ut Kii alnma, muukti side
nt Kin1.' t-tii-i't. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
rpiIE Lease und Building
r. i oTTva n ii urn 4iu iiiit nvrtc.nii it.
hIiua'JL tilctttiug ltinlt," shunted on
Queen Mrcet near Ilichiird Blreet. For
luithcr puiticuhirs riimlv to
Ml tf Tnos E. WALL.
Golden Gate Flour
rOlt 8AI.U HY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
' Is Reserved
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
Chas. J. Fishel
Programme of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. 1. Kunnlnt; Uhcc, Jf mile dish,
1'iize Forllawiiinii l,iiu
h uses ! yeuib ol i, to ta-ty 115
No. 2 Running Hnce, 1 mile dali,
1'iize For Hnw.iliiin bud
liorMMiipin (ijiais old, lo turr
1 15 pounds.
No. 3. Trotting und V icing Rrci. 1
mile tla-li, I rizi For Hi.
w.iihin Iiti d b ir-i's :i years o d,
to Inmiess mu! to rules.
No. 4. Running It ice. l'. mile da-li,
Prize For ll.iwniinn bud
horfees under 7 yearn old, catch
No. 5 Trnttinc Race, 1 mile: mid re-
peat, l'ri.u Double teams.
Free to nil.
No. 6. Running Unco, if mile dii'-h,
IMxe Foi Hawaiian lnid
liort-es, 2 jcars old, tattli
-Blcycle Race, 2 mile
Prize Kiei to all.
-Running Riice, ' mile dnsli,
Piize For Hh.wnian hied
hnMi-p, 4 ycniH old, cau.li
No. . Tiotlinp Hum to Road Curl. 1
milcdiih Prize For H -
waimu Irtdhoises. Fuctonll.
No. 10. Running lime, 1 mile dnhli,
Prize For llawaiinn liu-il
horrcs, 5 jeait out, o ci.iiv Ho
No. 11. Tiottiug Race, 1 mile dash,
Prize Forallhorec that
never brat 3 minutes.
No. 12 Pony Rnre, 1 mile dnsh.PiIze
For Hawai an bred
ponies:, 3 icaiM old, not over 14
No. 13. Trotting Raco to Road Cart, 1
mile (lush, Prize Fieu to
No. 14. Running Race, yt mile duah,
Prizu Free lo all.
All prizes will be paid to Rl ler or
'Drlveic Cup to owners. No Piofts.
hiouul Jockeys allowed.
Entries to bo mute before b'a'urdiiy,
March U, 18 0, hi 4 v. m.
t2T Sulj it to chiiunci.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Houolu u, J -in ui in, 1K0 1 144
WHEREAS, W S. Luce, of Honn.
lulu, hns this day Hindu iu iihign.
incut of all his piopcrly lo ihu under
tigned, for the beuelll ot his cied io'h,
notice is hereby given to nil piriies
owing Bidd V. ii. Luce to muku Intmc.
dlatu payment, ml any portons having
claims agiiinst W. S. Luce mo icquisliil
to prci-cnt them at once al the otllre of
W. S. Luce. Mcichniit tlieet, Honolulu.
J. F. HACKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. 1 , la8-. 131 lm
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. iMontauo, coiner of King
and Fort stiects, and is pro
pat ed to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'rlutlnirDone for AuiatourH,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
8T Eutranco on Fort Street, -a
tSJPA.CJI2 ' . f
i . i ; .
Minn Tramways' Co.,
ON nd after S VI URDAY, 2Clh inst.,
the enrs will inn on tho ft Rowing,
Faros Irom Palama to Pnnahou St.
" " Waikiki
JJSrWaikiM ptis-sengers must travel
on ilie Hum uh cms or they will li'ive to
chiiiigt: mi.- at the Ritle Range and tako
h fri-eli ui'krt.
Li:ti: WMKiKr Urujok for Palnrna
(Clitnfso 'I lu-iircj ut 7 a m and every
hour unlit 4 p. m then 5.05 and 5
minuttt. pal each hour until 10.55 p. m.
Luavi: Rifle Range for Palama (Chl
ni'M' Theatre) at (J a in , G. HO it m. and at
20 un 1 K0 minutes past each hour unljl
4:Hlp in., than nt 5 05 and at 5.25 and
3 minutes pant each hour until 10 25
Exception No car leaves Rifle
Range at 11 ii. m., 2 p. m. or 3 p. m.
Lkavk Palama (Chinc-e Theatre) for
Waikiki at 7.10 a. m. ami 10 minutes
pn-l i aeh liour iinlil 3.10 p. m , then at
4 1C and IS minuttt past each hour until
U in p. in.
Also This tir.t car in the morning
leivrt. Rifi.i; Ranch: at 0:20 a. m. for
Lkavk Pai.ama (Chinese Theatre) for
Rivi.i: Hanoi: onh, nt 5 SO, 0 30 nnd
cvury h.ilf hour until 11 a. m.. 12 a. m.
Hinlivpiy lntlf hour uuiil 2,8,4,4 30,
5 05 and 5 minutes pan each half hour
until 10.05 p. m.
First car from Waikiki for town at
9 o'clock a. m.
First car from Palama for Waikiki
at 0.10 a. m.
First car from Palama for Kiflo
It'tngu .t ! 80 o'clock n. in.
After the hour stated above cars will
run on tho usual week day lime. 157 If
ALL persons having claims or bills
against Mr. E. B. Thomas, are
requested to piesent the same to Mr. D.
Dayton nt his olllcc, 73 King street, over
Quong Sum Kee's store. All perhOUH
owIiil; Iiuii any money aie requeued to
pay the same at Sir. Dayton's oflloo.
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OXT JNIOV YORK
Richard A. HcCurdy, President.
The Largest Company In tho World
Tho Oldest Company In the U. 8.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays the Lqrflest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in tho
Hawaiian Islands, during the
pust ten i ears,
Over : SlOO.OOOOO.
CSSf For rutcs, apply to
. H. II. HOME,
Geieral Afient, Honolulu, Hawaiian
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