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IjaiTii fjull t fin
Pled fed to ncittrt SfKt w Party,
Put ntablhhed ' tlir kciefit nf all.
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 30, 1889.
if tbeii' were nnv ttood reasons
for fencing Palace Square, tho "Ad
vertiser" would ptobnlily have spe
cified tliein. Hut although icfcrring
to the matter, in response to the
Bumxtin-, our louicinpoinry has
given none. This helps to count in
our previous belief, that no good
ronton exists. To lie sure the cost
it. no "serious matter, not would it he
worn the sum i entitled much greater,
if suuic useful puipose c:e served
by its (xpeudituie; hut if no bene
fit is in net i tie thuultuui, it will be
bo much iiioue tin on n uvtiiv. We
pointed out eeitain public ad
vantages in having the spaco Mefl
open, whic'i we eonidcied not
counterb.ilaueed hy the few minor
points to be gained by fencing, and
expiessid the opinion thai, on the
whole, the place would be better
left as it ii. The "Adveitiser" has
not weakened our position in the
slighter'., mid haing tailed to do so
creates me iuipicwiuii I hut it has no
facts noi aiguinents to weaken it
with. II the matter nt fencing were
left to the pulilir, ..ui majoiily
thereof lavur it? c very much
doubt u, luit believe the majority
would In; hugely on the other side.
OF GRAVE IMPORT !
Kwtou Hi i.i.i.iin: In view of
the hostil. position assumed by the
Government in ".in and ollicial
mouthpiece ol the Hawaiian Islands
ncain&l the Germans, the question
arises as to how far the Hawaiian
Government intend to go in this
Ma' I ask whether it is the inten
tion of the Government to declare
war ngaiiiHt Germany, relit the Ka
imilea as a war-vessel, l.iise a powci
ful invading army, swoop down upon
Samoa and give the Germans buttle?
If this is the progi amine, it is time
the public should know it, so as to
place their arms in readiness and be
We Hawaiian of ail classes know
that we are great wauiors with able
geneials to command us. and we me
spoiling for a fight with some great
powor worthy of our steel. Doubt
less the editor of the "Adveitiser"
would volunteer his valuable ?
services as Miiyeon to the expedi
tion, and attend to the wooden-limb
business. All indications point to
the neuti.tlity of ihe Umiak lion,
and a icpoiler from "London
Punch'" could doubtless tic seeuied
to give unbiassed and giaphic le
ports of the several battles.
The United States war-ships, al
though mighty - ossein mid ancient,
went and came hack without strik
ing a blow ; but wcie the Ixnimilon
to impel her warlike pron in Saiuoau
wnleis, theic would be no come
back she would astonish the woikl
and shatter Geunany.
J know, although I don't know
much, that a government organ single-bat
relied though it be, or semi
ollicial as it may be, generally
sounds the key-note of go eminent
action in any country ; and I am led
to make the aboxc icmarks from the.
recent utteiancen of the Govern
ment organ of the Hawaiian Islands,
in hopes of obtaining more inform
ation about the matter.
CARD OF THANKS.
Her Majesty takes this occasion
of publicly thanking those ladies
who so kindly lent their aid to the
Ha.ar, by superintending the sec
tions set "apart for their use ;v the
ladies who assumed the management
of detail, the joung ladies who as
sisted at the booths and tables; and
thoso who assisted to make the
affair a financial success by attend
ing the fair, and purchasing the
articles offeied for sale by the
ladies; and others who icndeied
assistance by helping in decorating
the Armoiy, and otherwise assist
ing. SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
llUFOIIK l'KKSTOK J.
Tdksdav, .Inn. 29th.
j; Bankruptcy A. M. llewclt.
'.Ordered that the sale ot bankrupt's
stock in Inula to the Hawaiian News
Company for 81,100 he approved
and confirmed. W. C. Parke as
I1KK0UK fOI.H'i; .IL'sIICK I OSTKIt.
Wmini jivv, January -'8.
Ten Chiuebc narged with heiii;
coinraon iiuUuniin hy firing cmckeiH
on tho streets wue r'epiinianded and
Ah Kon, for unlawful pobseission
of opium was lined $!)). and sent
enced to iinptii-oniiu'nt at haul labor
for one hour,
TIioh. AVillinund Jauifh iMa.cc for
drunkenness, lind to pay tho libiiul
A SHOCKING TRAGEDY.
A MAS 3TABBKD TO DEATH.
The following was received by the
W. G. Hall last evening, from one
of our regular Mnui correspondents:
A shocking tragedy occurred at
Kuinlin, dislilct of Mnkawao, on Sa
turday evening last. The facts as
elicited fioiiMhe Captain of the Po
lice at Paia are Mibstantinlly as fol
lows: About dark on Saturday Inst,
Kaahul (k) ami family sat down to
ent. when one Nanuao, ulitis Ei
ltiuca, came from I'lumnlu, where
lie had been to a wedding feast.
Upon reaching the dooi of Itanlmf
house he was called in to eat. En
tering the house ire seated himself
alongside ot a man named Pueo, and
entered into the general conversa
tion. Suddenly Kmdini slapped his
wifeon the head, and made some In
decent remarks about his wife and
Naiutao; ho also told Nnauno that
he did not wish to see him in his
house. Pueo then told Niinuao to
leave the house and go home. He
immediately left the house, but was
followed by Kaiihai, who soon over
took him, and a struggle ensued in
which Kaahai received 12 knife
wounds, and died in about live min
utes. Naauno was attested and
brought to Paia, wheru ho will have
a hearing on Thursday next.
The low was the outcome of jea
lousy on the part of Kuahai, who
supposed Naauao was unduly inti
mate with his wife.
Paia, Jan. 28th, 1880.
From Marshal Sopcr is learned
the following additional facts : The
affair occurred at 7 o'clock in the
evening. The Captain of the police
w'us notified and though he was a
long distance off, he had the pi i
soner safely locked up befoie 12
o'clock the same evening. One of
the wounds was three inches long
just above the navel, the intestines
proti tiding. The stabbing was done
with a jack knife with blade very
sharp and -'! inches long. An in
quest was held the district judge sit
ting as coroner.
THE RECENT BAZAR.
Following is a statement of the
leceipts and expenditures of the
Hootilu and lloohi Laliiti Society's
baur held lust mouth:
JI K. II. Piim-ess
1 1 7 .".")
Gie.it 1i 1 1 :n ii Table
Jap, in '
II. le Nana i:liiliit
kebcuu at the Well
Her SIaji'-ty' Hie s i:hiuit
Oi.it .Bon or I Mi Pond
Kuti mice . ,
Paid for Lumber, foi Iioothi.aiiil
P.ild for 2 mi'ii cnipculcii woik.
" Coil, for miming elec-
Paid foi l.ibor for lunuhig elee-
li ic light
Paid foi b.isket, for llowci .. . .
' calling llowci stand to
mid fiom the Aimoiy
I'.iid foi othei epencv, llowci
I'.iid for ice eicam, cake and
Paid foi extra help and callage.
' " loan of cioukerv
" ' milk
' lemonade and -oda
Paid for ice
' " caning back empty
lcmoiiade boxo- '.
Paid for epie.-s like
' " caning feuis and palm
le.ix es to Ai inory
Paid for caiting lnbblsh fiom
Paid foi cm ting tables and clnih s
to and f i oin Armoiy 0 00
Paid lor caning glasswnie to
and f i oin Aimoi
I'.iid for Minimal for dccoiatlng
booth-, coveting tables co
tunica, etc., etc
Paid for iidxeilMng, i'linting
J'aid for pi inling catalogue.
" " fiiiini) foi llui Majc-l V
Paid for small photogi aph of Her
Ainoimi id mul to Her Ma
jesty, being s in advanced by
llerlo :iiUt hi the puichiisc
, . . .riS.l H7
WANTED A NATIONAL AIR,
America is as yet unprovided with
a untional air possessing tho breadth
and dignity woithy of a great coun
tiy. There are scver.d tunes that
hy foice of association have been
ailopted in lieu of a melody worth
of the dignity.
Hail Columbia is a weak and
colorless piodiiction. The Star
Spangled Haiiucr is tsttggerilivc of a
horse paiado in a circus. My Ma
ryland in an old Geiinan air of no
fatnking uieiit. My Country 'Tis of
Thee is adapted to' the Kugliuh na
tional n ir, tJod Save the Queen.
Then wo hac Dixie, an old negio
tune; John Hiowu, an old camp
meeting cffu&jou, and the luappro
piiatu Yiinkeo Doodle. The liino
liau now anived fei'sorne of our na
tive tuiisiuiaiiD to devote their best
euciglei, to tliu production of an air
that idiull he worthy of tho occasion
and typical of this great nation.
DATLT BULLETIN' BOTOLULIT, H. I., JAUTUARY 80, J880.
MR, II. L. STEVENSON.
Somo of our readers may bo inter
esled in the following extracts from
a letter (bearing the postmark of
6th October), written by ono of Mr.
Stevenson's party on board the
"Papeete, Tahiti, (dato unknown).
"I wrote you last, 1 believe, from
Analio Ray. Wo left that delightful
Utile savage bay after a stay of 22
days, nftcr having shaved getting on
the icef In our attempt to get out
under too light a breeze. We sailed
round to Tiohie, the capital, from
thence to the windward ishinU 'of
the group, Hiva-Oa, where we lay a
do2en days In Taneuku Bay. We
had not been there six days, the
'vaisseau aller promener' being the
curiosity of the whole island, who
had never heard of a yacht before,
when one morning, a large, lofty,
ugly schooner swept mound the
point, made a running mooring, mid
bioke out the Hlue Ensign. It was
the "Nyann," thirteen months out
of Plymouth, and belonging to a
Scotsman, one Captain Dcwnr,
bound aiotind the world. It was
the rumtnest thing that ever hap
pened to u family travelling alone ;
if such a coincidence were placed in
a novel the public would spew you
out ot their mouth. From Taivuku
we sailed or rather drifted at the
mercy of unknown and violent cur
rents, passing low and surfy islands
whose positions we could not deter
mine, through the low or dangerous
Archipelago, and after tlneo ner
vous nights cast anchor in the old
peai I island of Fnkarava, the first
yacht that had ever been theie.
Fakarava is a plaeu to have seen ;
three hundred yards wide, it is
more than eighty miles in circumfer
ence, and standing in the centie you
can see the clashing breakers seaside
and the clear, unbroken, limpid
lagoon on the other. There we had
a delightful time.
"As for the cruise, it has indeed
been a dream of pleasuie. Nut-
brown natives, handsome, naked,
tattooed, and of canibalistic reputa
tions, linve adopted us into their
hearts and homes, and have ex
changed names with us; beacli
comheis we have met and chummed
with, and they have written us
veises; chiefs and kings are our
daily visitois; we have feasted
whole populations, and they have
laden us with gifts; we have eaten
kaku, popoy sucking pigs galore,
and made acqu .intance with the
juice of the u nnul ; sweated
under photogi iqiluo tents (with a
magnificent haul of negatives) ;
once in ally went t. i lie bottom, twice
nigh ashoic: haw been through the
dangerous Aichipelago, have skitt
ed the Pernicious Islands (and seen
'em loo, 1)3" George), have had
pent Is given us ficsli from the mint,
and tons of iridescent pcail shell
from pearling -chooneis; we have
danced with lull-rigged goeruois
to the music of concertinas : collect
ed stinking shells of fantastic shapes
and political economies, lltihcd the
gorgeous and poisonous fisher of the
tropic deep, and ate one, once, by
mi-take lme been in goal; have
accumulated a competency of sand
alwood, tikis (idols), weapons (one
of which was used twelve years ago
at my "brother's" place in Attn
wotis, belore he was degraded from
the chieftaincy, in killing long-pigs),
old men's beaids, ornaments of
human hair from the polls of female
lung-pigs who have joined the ma
jority, piccious woods; and I may
say we have been popular and be
loved whircver the Cascohas dropp
"Our plans aie highly and sub
stantially vague, but I fancy that
after leaving here wc shall make for
Itialca (wheic the Fiench and
native war is adding to history), to
Horabora, and then to the Sand
wiches, sending the yacht back to
Frisco from there' and getting a
house and lemuingon.
"I have taken a lot of photo
giaphs, ami have printed them here
on the ilcst paper in Christendom ;
please keep them, for if anything
happened to the yacht and we lost
our negatives, Louis' book would
be in rather a box."
The Captain Dewar referred to
is no doubt the pioprlctorof VogrieC
in the neighbourhood of Edinburg
The Scotsman, Saturday, De
cember 8, 1888.
TIT FOR TAT.
Mr. Jinkh Who has been fooling
with this gun?
Mrs. Jink' The new girl got hold
of it this morning and discharged
"My gracious':1 What did vou
"1 dischaiged her."
SICU3 OF GI1EATNESS.
Mr. Hopeful Is my hoy
Professor of Penmanship He is
getting worse. His writing is. now
so lind lluit no living soul can lead
"How lovely ! The darling! He'll
be a gieat author some dav."
HOW SHE CAUGHT HIM.
.Mr. Nicefellow Do you play or
sing, Mibh de Sweet!
Mis3 de .Sweet No, Mr. Nice
fellow ; I have hcen kept so busy
helping mother that I have never
had time for music.
"Miss de Swcetl Mabel! I loe
you. Ile niiiio!"
A mammoth cotton palace is to ho
erected in New Orleans, ill which
the products of Louisiana uii(L,othcr
States will be exhibited during the
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Levey,
By oidcr of W. 0. Put Tie, Assignee of
the Hiiiikrupt Kstnto of A M. llowelt, I
will sell by Public Auc ion
On Friday,. Feb. 1st,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. .11..
The wlunc of 4lin futures, itc contfiintd
In stoie in M lelcnt nuil Ixtdy ocru
pled by snkl bankrupt consistlne." of :
Shelving, Counters vilth Drawers
Lamps, Slgn, Step Ladder,
1 Olllco Desk & Stool,
Wash Stand & Basin,
Water CoolorB, Chniro, RackB,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
LaiflM Sale of U$ !
BY order of .Inmes Campbell, I will
sell at Public Aik lio.i, lit my Salt 8
rooms, on Queen street,
On THURSDAY, the 7th day of Feb
At 1JS o'clock noon or tbnt day
The following proieity tllsti allied foi
rent from the t,'ore of A. M. llewclt.
The p'optr!) ulitinincil being
ON 12 LARGId
Hoi o i u, J.iii. ,
.ii. i r.
Valuable Lot For Sale.
... rMlAT Lot mid limine inL
XM, i j "Mil- !' .Mi.ir-i...
.SSft! ''flic on Union Mia', o io.
--vfifcv I."' i-MiMi ! Kin,' ti to Out.
den Lnnc, and is Lonvenii m In lbi b i'-i
I)f 111!' I'l .
MIL'KE will be obl nt
miction, by tliu Emcii-
lm of ihu 1't He ol .1. litinnl.
iuhii, deccili-Lii ; 1 Iiiiildlu
Lot, known asllie "Hi m diri'in
Lot," suu'ildl at Knhuhii, Hani S ile
will like place .it the Custom Iloue, in
Knliulni, at It! o'clock noon, F"bnmry
7, 18W. 1(0 t.t
ELKCTLOX of OFFICERS.
AT the HMiU'd iiK'itint; of Ihe slock
h lik'D o' the Kiiiiuc.i iifin Co.
held hcic, this dij,.tlic follow injr ofll.
cers wcio api oin eil foi thre irieni je:ir:
II. A. MiiHIe Prt".iiblit,
It. A. M-uliij, ,lr Viccl'icidcm,
S. M. I). i moil TrtaRuicr,
V. W. Miinfarlane Auditor,
It. Call on Snrielnrj.
l,onolulii).Iiin.29 1H-1). K.0 It
TIIKnianiigemeiit ot the Opera "I'a.
ticnee," lo be perfnmied at the
Oper.i House on 'I lmf-dii.v ;ttf.t Inst,
nnil on Saturday, the 2nd "pio., (Ic-iie
to make known that, illi Ihe view of
utfordini; On ililics lo a f alei number,
u limit will he IimiI mi ten ilckeii foi
-each ii" fnuiiHiici foi an nne pcrs-on,
and in no caKu wi'l n noes lie luKen ill
Ihe box olllco piioi In the lime an.
nounced for tliu n -ular wile ol lickelf..
!-t-t. fX and .iftei Pebru uy
335&sS V y 1fc8i. the tttamn
?SgJSjk.. "Likeliku" will di-continue
cn.'l inir tu Ktiunuknk !, Mololtal.
159 Iw WILDER S. S. CO.
Fiiio Bi'ctl Pigs For Sale.
y. Heik-hlrc and l'n
land; 2 months old; onl
H left; flO each or a for
$25 Apply in
V. K. SEAL.
Cottagu for Sale Cheap.
ka -j 8TOHY Cottage, nearly
wp051 J- n w, containing parlor,
SSS&l ilining loom, 4 bedroom", kit
chen, liMihiooin and Aiiier closet, vernii
d.iw, slnhie, wuaon 'bed, chicken hoiiko
and ynnl, (lower giirdcii, ete. Lot !I5
100 feet uml leased lot iitljuining 75x70
feel. Situate at KiiiiiIiiiiiii, niauka i-idu
of Klna htii-i't. Applv at
HAWAIIAN JJL'SINESS AGENCY.
MHVA, rPHK Lcino iiikI Uuildlng
VV J- known as the "Yoseinltu
BSakS SUtniK Hink," siliiHted on
Queen street near Klcluird street. For
fuitlier paitlcillais 'inply to
151 tf Tiios. E. WALL.
ALATI1K, tiiiibirio tint one In the
Haw Milan Hell Telephone Co., new
1111 1 in perficl o tier
For 1 111 tin r pari I
ciiiur-. appij to
Golden Gate Flour
I'OH bAI.K II V
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Hy order of tho Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate,
Leases of the Following Lands
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS,
Will be sold nt my Salesroom,
Oil HAY, Feb, 4, '89,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
1 Ilniiin and Lot on Fort street, near
head ot Kukul t.trcct; area .
2 Premises adjoining tliu Knw-alaliao
Semin u, kiionn as the "Qnlink Home,
steiil i" urea ; .
3 Lot ut Punahnu, opposite Oahu
4l.i U No- U and 78 nt Kulaoka
liitu Plains; IUi,7ll Mpiiiru fnth in.
5 'I wo Taro Patches at Kloknpu
Kanioilttli. 6 Sen rishery of Miitinnkia, with
drip ol Land; 15 feet long co.ist.
7 I'aioaml I'axtnre Land nt Knlne.
pan, Kiilihi; 10 iicicu.
8 KiihiLuul nt Knllhl, remnant of
Kuunlliolo, aiijoluing rice plantntieu;
u k.io iicres.
9 L'Uid nt Pnllken, K ilihi ; :t ap'inas:
Lot 1, coiiliiiiili)gH.'iMii.iip fntlu ins
I.ol 2, CMiil.uniiigtlS tiiuate talhoins.
Lot ,i, i omening 7;jMiiinie lailioms.
10 T.'io Luids at ICalihi-wneiia; 4
Lot l,io tiinlng 24 hcics
Lot 2, at Kiipehmi, ii lit 100 wrcs.
Lot !l, .it I'ljliiikulawati, it UM-IOOO
Lot 4, apana 4 of It P. 2U7.
11 Itoii"! Lois and Taro Lands (it
Kapa m, Koolnuloa; 4 npmi is;
Lot 1, nmiia 1 of It. P. G3G4, 3 Lois,
Lot 'J, a. ami 2 of 15. P. (S304, House
Loi, I4 acre
Lot .!, apan.1 1 of It. P. t442 3 Lois,
Lot 4, ip.imi 2 of K. P. 1 W2, House
Lot, J acres.
12 Laud ill Widnian.ilo, Koolaupoko;
Lot 1, 2(i Lois, containing 2 61.100
1; i' 2, House Lot, containing 0V5.
13 Taro Lind aril Pastille at Kn.
linnn. Kool.uilo.i (7 I, uh and Kula); 5
14 Lot at 1'akala, Lab una, .contain,
lug I line, 27 p.
15 Lind at Kolawca, Lahaina; npa.
nns 4 acre-, ;tl p.
16 Land at Kelawea, Lnhaina; 4
acres J7 p.
17 Lot at H'aianac, Lhaina; 2 npa.
nai, t acre, 2 1., 21 p.
18 noii:c Lot nt Waioknma, La.
hiiimi; .i.iaua 2 of U. C. A. 2, contain
ing 20 p.
19 Land at Kuliiia, Lahaina.
at K'lhunhule, Pauwela,
21 Two Land and Hnuc Lot at Ka
lua, Wailuku, eoniainitig 0G 100 acre..
Laid at Waicli, Hand; 12
Ajiiini 2, . interest 11.
P. 2804, S7B.
23 Land at Kikapulmla, Haua, K. P.
3255, containing 2(1 1 10 acres.
24 Undivided half of the Ahupuaa
ol Nun, Kaupo; 070 acies.
25 Pasture Land at Omaopio, Kula;
26 L'uid hi Hiiiiokaloiuiiiii, North
Komi, containing : 2.111 Hcrey.
-27 Land nt Kahilip.ill Nui, Kan;
28-The Alnipuiiaof Kallhiula.Hilo;
U. 1'. (.7ll,71J,f acies.
29 The Ahupuaa of Kaluko, North
Kouii, poi ion makai of the upper Qov
30 Lind at Okoo 1, South Kona:
Lot I, apana 1 of 11. P. 1S77, 81
Lot 2uapana 2 of II. P. 157C, !)1
Lot 8, apana 1 of L. C. A. 11039. 6
Lot 1, It. P. 1029, containing 18 07-
Lot 2, npana 1 ol It. P. 10H0. contain.
Lot.'t, H. P. 1031, containing 18 37-
,TAS. F. MORGAN,
Per Bktues S. G. Wilder," "Pluutei"
and "Alary Wlnklenian,"
A Large Quantity
Hay & Feed
Fpr Sale at Low Prices by
John F, Colburn & Co.,
155J Queen Street, lw
Is Reserved For The
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
Chas. J. Fishel
Programme of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. 1. I ! 1 1 n 1 1 1 r ir H-.ce, mile dish,
Pii.e For llawiii in Ireii
h iiB-.-, 4 jcnih oin, to carty 115
No. 2 liuiiuing Knee, 1 mile ilnOi.
1'iizc For Hnwaiinn bud
hnrsi - up to li j tars old, 10 tarry
No. 3. Tintiing and Picim: Km", 1
mile da-h, l'iic Foi Hi.
waiian tin d hoi-e-., H years o d,
to harness and to rule's.
No. 4. Hunnmg Itare, l'.f mile dadi.
Prize For Hawaiian bud
hordes under 7 yiars old, citch
No. C Trolling Rnre, 1 mile and re
peat, Piii Dimbleteams.
Free to all.
No. U. -Illuming Hiec. if mile dash,
Pilae Foi Hawaiian bud
horses, 2 jcars old, (anil
I'ace, 2 mile
Kici 10 ,dl.
8. llunniiig Race, 4 mil" ilah,
Pi ize Fur Eluvnl an In id
li'irs-i, 4 xi uis old, cauli
No. U. Tiotting Hee to Ho.ulCut. 1
lnikdab I'.ie Foi H .
xxuiian bred ho S"s Flee to nil.
No. 10. Running It in- 1 m.le d it-b,
Prize I 01 Hawaiian ' ied
hoiris, u ua'k olii, 10 L..11J 115
No. 1 1. Trotting Race, 1 mile dash,
Prizo For all horses that
never brat 3 minutes.
No. 12 Pony Hire, 1 mile dnsh.PMze
Foi Haxvai an bred
ponici', II eun old, not over 14
No 13 Trolling lhicn to Bond Cart, 1
mile Oasli, Prize Free to
No. 14. Running Knee, mile dabh,
Prize Free 10 all.
Ail prizes will be paid lo Kith r or
Drlveu. Cup to mviiur. No l'lofes
Rioaal Jockeys alb w d.
Entries to be in ide before Saturday,
March 9, 18.-0, at 4 r m.
E2T" Subject to changei.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, Junuarj in, l't-tO 141
"TXrilEItEAS, V S. Luce, of Hono.
YY lulu, lias thUday made an assign,
ment of all his property to the under
bigiud, for Ihe hcnellt ol his credilorn,
notice la hereby given to all pirticn
owiur. an id V, tj. Luce to make inline,
diate piiymeut, mid any persons having
claims against W. H. Luce me requested
to pre-ent them at once at the olllco of
W. S. Luce, Merchant sttcct, Honolulu.
J. F. HAOKFELD,
Honolulu, Dec. !', tiHH. 134 lm
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken Ihe Studio foimeily occupied
hy A. A. iMoutaiio, comer of King
and Foit Hticete, and in pie-
paied to take
PICTURES IN ANY'STYLES !
Cabinets $6 a Doz, Work Guaranteed.
&& Entrance on Fort Street. "
Hnwaiiiin Tramways Co.,
Eastward Cars. Westward Cars.
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5.S0 u.ro C.05 6.20
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0.30 0 50 .700 7.20
7.10 7.K0 7 50 7.10 7.30 7.60
7 3(1 7.50 8 00 8.20
8.10 8.30 8.r.0 8.10 8.30 8.50
S.30 8.1VI I 9.00 9.20
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!?0 H.ntl I 10.00 10.20
10.1(1 10.80 10.J0 10.10 10.30 0.50
10.30 10.511 n.OO 11.20
11.10 11.30 U.fO 11.10 11.30 11.50
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12.10 1210 12.50 12.10 12.30 12.50
12.30 l'J.50 1.00 1.20
1.10 1.30 1.50 1.10 1.30 1.(50
2.10 2.30 2.50 2.10 2.30 2.50
3.10 3.30 3.50 3.10 3.30 3.G0
3.30 3.50 4.00 4.20
4.10 4.30 4.50 4.10 4.30 4.50
L80" 4.50 fi.05 5.25
5.15 5.35 5.55 5.15 5.35 5.55
5.33 5.55 6.05 6.25
U.15 6.35 G.55 (i.15 C.?5 6.55
C.35 C.55 7.05 7.25
7.15 7.35 7.55 7.15 7.35 7.55
7.35 7.55 i t!.05 8.25
8.15 8.35 8.55 j S.15 8.35 8.55
8.35 8.5r 9.05 9.25
9.15 0.35 0.55 0.15 9.35 9.55
10.05 10.25 II 10.05 10.25 10.45
Faras Irom Palania to Punahoa Sf. : 5c
" " " Waikiki : lOc.
JBSy"Vaikili puisengcr-i must travel
on ilie ilinn gh tins or they will have to
change cam at the Itiilc Rauge and take
a fresh ticket. 159 tf
OWING to the iutended dcpartuic
from the Kingdom of H. F. Wicfa.
win, wu respectfully ask that all
amounts due our llrm be settled on
or before the luili of February next.
GOMES & WICHMAN.
Honolulu, Jin. 21, 1S89. 150 lot
ALL perHons having claims or bills
against Mr. K. Ii. Thomas, are
lequested to present tho wune to Mr. D.
Dayton nt his office, 73 Klngstieet, over
Quong Sam Ix'ee'.s Moie. All persons
owing him any money me requested to
pay the same at Mr. Dayton's ollloe.
The Best Company
Life Insurance Go.,
OIT 1N12W YORK.
Richard A. McCurdy, President,
Tho Largest Company In the World
Tho Oldest Company In tho U. 8,
It Gives the Most Liboral Policies
Pays the Larflest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in tho
Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten years,
Over Si OO.OOO OO.
BS7 For rates, apj'ly to
S. V. BONE,
Qoneral Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian