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DAILY -BULLETIN flOMOEULtT, H, fM JATOA&Y 81, 1889.
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W i J u m majwi juluwUj r.i m' xi'i't'scjrjiijji-.vaju mwewwim wx-Ati mimmiLw vm K'i . L"?TTaarwii
Notice to li! t nit ami iuu'
tllaiiM oi'WfSsitol Children.
Agiei.ibly willi the provisions of
late Legislative enactments on tho
subject, the Hoard of Education hns
ineren-ni tlio edueational facilities
of this district by the establishment
of free idiools in the KiiglNh lit ti
guuge, at Kninoiliili, Kauluwela, ICu-Hhi-waona,
Knlihi ukaiiud Moaualua.
Theeo are in addition to the Royal
or Knhehuna Hoys' School) and the
l'ohukaina UiiV School, which are
now ali-o firn under tlio law. But
am. pupils who shall attend tho
Furl-airei't Ocvrrniucnt SnuxT
Soiiont. f i on i tli" opvninj; of the pre
ncnt term nil the Pill of January
hint., will he leipiii-fd to p.iy tuition
feet, wiritorr Kxcnruox; and no re
missions will lie made on account of
the nl'Miikk ol ohildieii that shall he
sent by any patent.
By order of the. Board of Educa
tion. W. .IAS. HMIT1I,
Education Of lice, .Ian. 30, 18S1).
I'leduul to ucitite) St ft nor Party,
But litutiitiiit tor t),r ban fit of nil.
tiiuusiiay. .ian. :u, issn.
A felt want in this city is n proper
and systematic numbering of busi
ness places and private residences.
At present some buildings are num
bered, and some are without num
bers. A Mr. Bennett, we believe,
once made an attempt to number
the houses, and some traces of his
labor still remain. Later, a Jlr.
Bowser did the same thing, and the
principal unlabeling which now ex
ists is his work. A good many yearn
have passed since Mr. Bowser's
numbering was done, and although
it may have embraced all the build
ings of that time, it is not up to
present requirements. The town
has grown vciy considerably since
that time, and many new buildings
have been erected on what where
then vacant lots. The absence of
numbers to so large a proportion of
places is felt by many, especially by
parcels expressmen, to be a very
serious incomenieuce. The advan
tages to all of a full and 'lyf-tema-tic
numbering arc apparent at a
glance. A- we have no city gov
ernment, this would be a (Jroper
underrating of the gctuial govern
ment. NYANZA AND 0ASG0.
Editor Bum.etix : In jour last
evening's edition i- an extract from
the Scotsmau newspaper, purporting
to have been wiittcn by one of Mr.
Stevenson's paity on the yacht
Casco, in which the following pat
sago occurs: "We s-ailed round to
Tiohae (should be Tawhai) the capi
tal, from thence to the windward
island of the group, Iliva-Oa, where
we lay a dozen days in Taacuku
(should be Tahawku) Bay. We had
not been there six days, the vaisseau
aller prominer, (presumably meant
to be the French for yacht) being
the curiosity of the whole island who
had never heard of a yacht before,
when one morning a lofty njh
schooner swept around the point,
made a running mooring ami broke
out the Blue Ensign. It was the
"Nyauza," thirteen months out of
I am a little surprised to hear
that the natives evinced so much
curiosity at the sight of a yacht, for
not only have they heard of yachts,
but have seen such craft more often
than I can say. Lord Dudley'.-,
steam yacht was all through the
Marquesas gioup two years ago.
Mr. Lambert's yacht Wanderer was
also there. " French war ships con
stantly visit the group, and the
sight of a craft of the Casco typo
would bo regarded by the average
Marqucsan with but little wonder
As regards the large, lofty, ugly
schooner (Nyanza) I haully think
the epithet used as appropriate, for
a more dainty, gracelul ciaft than
is the Nyanza, it would he hard to
find. Place her alongside the Casco
and let any mimical man express
an opinion on the respective merits
of the two yachts, as regards fine
lines, taper spais, i nil the other at
tributes f a nn.deru first-class
yacht, and I venture to say that the
"ugly" Nyanza will take the cako
every time. 1 will go further, and
assert that the Kyanza would get
away with the Cabeo in a manner
that would astonish tho folks on that
Apologising for spinning such a
long yarn on ti subject that does not
concern roc, I am Nautical.
Burton Dcuxus : As a recent
arrival on your beautiful islands,
will yon kindly allow mo a few lines
to ventilate one of tho impressions
to which your streets of Honolulu
havo given rise. I can conceive !
nothing so suitablo either, as re
gards artistic effect, or adaptation
to the climac, as the native dress of
the women. In it you have a sim
ple modest form of dress, which, in
itself might be taken as a model,
towards which the dress reformers
of the nineteenth century are aim
ing. Tight lacing and deforming
the body, with the hideous adjuncts
of modern dre-s. has lony been t'u-
demned by the iiuprounw taste of
the day. In Europe and America
societies winch have been formed
for this object, have succeeded in
inducing only a few of their dis
ciples, to brave the ridicule of con
ventional prejudice. In spite of
medical testimony and examples
preserved in stone, of the very best
period, in the world's history, of
lulislic adornment, in all climates,
and at every inconvenience, the mo
dern woman clings to a custom,
which would make her great grand
mother tremble to behold. I believe
however, that a refining inilucnco is
at work in this place, the native
dress has modified a little the ab
surdity of what we are pleased to
call, a civilized costume, and I sec
no reason why the Hawaiian Islands
should not lead that rational reform
which must sooner or later become
Believe me, Sir,
Honolulu, Jan. 30, 1880.
a uiiu.i.iANT r.vuxr at tiik ri:sii:xce
or int. r. aV'onu.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. C.
Afong held a reception at their resi
dence, Nuuanu Valley, in celebra
tion of the Chinese New Year. The
front of the house was most beauti
fully decorated with different color
ed lanterns, and what with the elec
tric light and the illumination of the
tastily laid out giounds the scene
was a. very charming one. The
lloyal Hawaiian band occupied a
position in the grounds and added
much to the pleasure of the evening
by playing a choice selection of lim
bic under direction ol IJandniaslcr
The interior of the spacious dwell
ing presented a ory gay scene dur
ing the evening. Ileic and there
were handsome bouquets of llowers
arranged in a very sUilfull manner.
The invited guests as they arrived
were warmly welcomed by Mr. and
Mrs. Afong and their charming
daughter.-, and at once made to feel
quite at home. Among those pre
sent were noticed: His Majesty the
King, attended by Mr. J. W. liob
orNon, Acting and Vice Chamber
lain, 11. li. II. Princess Lilittoka
lani, II. II. I'rincc David Kawanaila
koa, Hon. John O. Dominis, Hon.
A. S. Cieghorn, Mr. Justice and
Mr-. McCully, Hon. John A. and
Mr?. Cummins, Major J. II. Wodo
Iiouhc, 11. H. M."a Ooininiioiior;
UL- Iix. George W. Merrill, U. S.
Minister ltcaidcut, Senhor A. de
Souza Canavario, Portuguese Com
missioner; Mons. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner; Mr. Taro Ando,. Jap
anese Commissioner; His Ex .lona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
and Miss Austin ; His Ex. C. W.
Abliford, Attorney-General ; Hon.
J. H. Putnam, V. S. Consul-General
and Miss Putnam ; Mr. T. 11.
AVallicr, Ikitish Vice-Consul, and
Mrs. Walker; Mr. F. A. Schaefei,
Consul for Italy, and other members
of the Consular coip, Hon. J. S.
and Mrs. Walker, Mrs. W. F. Al
len, the Captains and olllccrs of 1 ho
various men-of-war vessels in port,
and a large number of our pio
Iicfrcsh incuts of a most substan
tial naliiie were sci veil in abundance
in the dining-room during the even
ing under lift direction of Mr.
James Steincr of the Elite Parlors.
The elegant billiard room was visit
ed by a number of the guests, while
others studied along the spacious
verandas and listened to the band,
the weather being particularly flue.
The whole affair was a brilliant suc
cess and thoroughly enjoyed by all
ii vi i ,! ,":,-?
THE YACHT KYAHZA RETURNS.
The lhitish Yacht Nyan.a sailed
for Han Francisco shortly alter one
o'clock, yesterday afternoon, for
Sun Francisco, having on board as
guests ol Captain and Mrs. bowar,
Cap). J. 1). and Mr. Giuliani and
child, and P. A. Engineer Crawford
U. S. N. Just before daik tho
yacht was noticed returning to port.
A telephone metsago from II, B. M.
Hyacinth to Mr. T. H. Walker,
Hiilish Vice-Consul, asked that the
police be sent on boaid the yacht as
there was trouble. In the meantime
some marines from that warship
were placed on tiie vacht.
native police olllceis were sent out
and acting under instructions ar-
rested Capl. Hunt, the sailing mas
ter of the yacht, for drunkenness
and mutinous conduct, and bringing
him aMiorc, locked him up in a cell
at the .Station House, where ho now
Captain Hunt will be tried to
morrow by a naval Court, and the
yacht will sail for San Francisco,
.Sunday morning, not calling at
MR. DAVID DAYTON.
To-mortow, tho first day of Feb
ruary, Mr. David Dayton will open
an oflk'O on King street, at No. 91,
upstairs. IIu will pructioo in tho
Police and District (Jouris of tuo
kingdom, do a general collecting
business, ami attend latiiuuny to
any mailers in his lines entrusted
to hi in.
Mr. Dayton, as is known to our
readers, has recently retired from
the public service of the country,
lie irregularly In that service for
a period of about thirty-one years,
having entered it in 1858. About
August ol that year Mr. Dayton
as commissioned Police OlUcer by
Kekuanaoa, Governor of Oahu. In
January, 18CC, he received a com
mission as Deputy Sheriff of the
island of Oahu. Two and a half
years later, July, 18G8, he was com
missioned Deputy Marshal by Mar
shal W. C. Parke, and was re-commissioned
bv Marshal J. H. Soper
in October,' 1881. Marshal J. L.
Koulukou also commissioned him as
his deputy, in August, 188G. Thus
Mr. Dayton was deputy to three
Marshals of the kingdom, respect
ively. He left that position to be
come Police Justice of Honolulu, on
December 28, 1880, which latter
position he occupied until the 28th
of December last, two years, the
period for which the commission was
In addition to the various com
missions above specilied, Mr. Day
ton has held others subordinate
thereto, in connection with the
Board of Health. He played a pro
minent part along with Marshal
Parke in the small pox quarantines
of 1808. 1872, and 1881.
.Now alter thirty-one years of
faithful and unremitting public ser
vice, Mr. Dayton starts business on
his own account. His public career
has won for him a reputation of
spotless integrity and untiring devo
tion to duty. With this reputation
he retires from the government ser
vice and opens an olllce of his own,
and as it secures for him public con
fidence it cannot fail to bring him
GHIUESE PRISONERS AND KONOIII.
The following correspondence is
Honoi.uu', Jan. 2-1, 188!).
To Hon. A. S. IIai:tvi:i.i. & Ornr.ns,
Inspectors of Piisons.
.SViv: The undi rsigned Chinese
lesideuls and nieichuuts of Hono
lulu respectfully represent that
Wednesday, January 30th, is Ko
nohi or Chinese New Year, and on
that day the Chinese people where
over they may be in the world, have
certain customs which must be ob
served, and also then have days of
feasting and fasting. That Wed
nesday is a day of fasting wherein
no meat is eaten, only sweetmeats
and vegetables, and the day before
is a day oT loastimj. That the un
dersigned are desiious of providing
with food and refreshment the pri
soners in Oahu prison under such
restriction as you may require, and
request that they may be allowed to
provide food and refreshment ior
the Chinese piisoners, and that the
same may lie given them on the af
ternoon of Tuesday, Januaiy 29th,
the day of leasting, and further
that as Wednesday is the day of the
year to the Chinese as Christmas,
Thanksgiving day and other holidays
are to other people, and as the Chi
nese do not work and eat no meat
or meat of any kind in whichs there
is blood, they ak that the Chinese
prisoners may also be permitted to
remain without work on that day.
We remain, icspecttully yours,
' C. Ai.r.i:,
L. A ii i.o,
Lo Sam Sino,
Lou Si Mi,
Sun Kin Luno,
Wino Wo Chan & Co.,
Wish Wo Tai & Co.,
Honolulu, Jan. 2f, 188'J
Mnssiis. Ai.r.i:, Goo hut
Aiii.o & Otiii:us,
Gentlemen: Your petition to the
Hoard of Prison Inspectors that Chi
nese prisoners be nllowed an enter
tainment which you will furnish to
them for your Chinee New Year's,
und also u day of ie-4 on the same
occasion, has'iccciwd ilu- attention
of the Hoard and haa been submitted
to ilis Kxcclleney tho.Minthter of
the Intel ior; and I havo the pleasure
of Informiiio; you that the Jailer of
Oahu Prison will be authorized to
permit you to furnish hiicIi enter
Ininiiicnt to-day after tho day
woik of the prisoners is over,
to such of them as have not
been especially refractory or dis
obedient to orders, and also lo allow
the same prisoners Wednesday as a
day of rest from work in tlio prison
gang, but no intoxicating liquors,
tobacco or opium and no breach of
tho usual Diihon rules rcmiirini!
cood order will lie allowed. The
report which the jailer shall make
eoncerniti'' the effect on tho mison-
ers of this indulgence may materi
ally affect the granting or refusing
it huieafter. Yours truly,
Tjios, 11, W.u.t;i'.u,
Seo'y Hoard of Prison Inspectors.
"Not at all, Mrs. Chatty," re
turned the lawyer, glancing wearily
at the pile of letters on Ins desk, "I
assure you that this time has been
of no value to me whatever."
Auollon Sales by Lowis J, Lcioy,
By o dor of W. O. l'atke, AsidRiitoof
the Ifcu krupt Erttato of A. M. llovvitt, I
will fell by I'uullu Aitc'loti
On Friday, Feb. 1st,
AT IO O'CLOCK. A. M
The whole of the Astute?, etc contained
In Mori; en MtTchai I auil Intel' eccu
pled by said bankrupt cunalstlnt; of-
Shelving, Counters with Drawers
Lamp?, Sign, Step Ladder,
1 Office Desk & Sloo),
Wash Stand fc linsln,
"Water Coolers, Chairs, Racks,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1G0 21 Auctioneer.
BY order of James Campbell, I will
sell at Public Auction, at my S.ih-8.
rooms, on Queen Mrcct,
On THURSDAY, the 7th day of Feb
At IS o'clock noun of Hint tiny
The following properly distrained for
rent from thr Veins nf A. M. Ucwctt.
The property ( httitiucd being
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Hono iilu, .Inn. 1 '. 1M . 151 til
A 1. 1, piillch owing lo W. .. l.uee ie
hereby n qiii.'-n-cl lo ni'ike limit
dlitu piiMiient t" .Mr l-'rink I'n.un,
.Mtrebtint -Hct (lorme-iy A. M Up.
weti'.-O, wlio is Hiithorixeil io u-ceipt for
all m,ni'h ptti i to him
J. F. HACICriCLh,
Ass'jjri' ci of V. S. Luce.
Honolulu, Jim :tl,lb8'). l(il lm
for ii eniiill family.
Apply at Hin.-
POSITION as Portuguese Luna or
." oilier kind of work, by a min
of cxpi 1 1 nuu.
J. M. VIVAS,
12 Mcrclriut street.
rpilUJWDAY the '.list of January,
1. being the Anuivei'-ary of the birth
of William C. Lunalilo, :i Public JJe.
ccptlon will be held at Lunalilo Home
at a i. m , on that day. The public are
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
For tho Trustees,
ntliolulu, .Ian. 28, 188!). 158 lit
Valuable Lot: For Hale.
rmilAT Lot and Iloui-e oil.
, X joining Ii:- Mlnei's reii.
S? .1 ,!!.... .....
HUILC UU K.IIMII MltUl, tljlpll.
bite the Hrlii-h Club. Thin
Lot extends tlirmi:li to Cur-
den Lane, and is convenient to the busi
ness part of the cnv. Apply t this
Ofllco. ' 100 S5v
rilllEUK ,lll be -i.l.l i
X auctiim, iy tin: Kmcii-
uin ui iiiu x.3iniu ui u. jjuuiu.
man, deceased; 1 Iluilding
Lot, known nb tho "llrardmnn
Lot," siluuil at Kaliului, Maui. Sale
will take place at 1 lie Custom House, in
Knhulul, at 12 o'clock noon, February
7. 18H9. 160 Ot
npilIC niiimigeinent of the Opera "Pa.
JL liente," lo be pei formed at tho
Opera House on IliuiRilay Ultt inf.t,
and on Saturday, the 2nd prox., desire
to make known that, uith the view of
i fl'01 dine: facilities to 11 greater number,
a limit will he llxid at ten tickets for
each nc'fornianco for anv one nerson.
nnd in no ensu will names ho taken at
the box 1 dice piinr to the time nn.
nouncod for the 10'idnr sale of tickets.
OX and after February
9, 188't. tho strainer
"Likellke" will discontinue
callinirat ICaunakakni, Mo'okai,
ICOlw WILDEIt S. S.
vM, a npiIK I .casu and Building
if i&$ X known as the "Yor.emitu
S&aSaS bkatint! Hink," sltuati-d on
Queen street near Richard street. For
fin liter pailiculiirs apply to
154 If Tuos. K. WALL.
WANTED by an experienced Hook,
keeper n position In any Hono
lulu liui-iiii'ss, or on a plat tin ion on any
island of the Hawaiian gioup. Adver.
User is n good pcnmiiu mid well po-ti-d
in gcnoial businesF. Addicbi -,M "
Uullktin Olllcu. 1M tf
A. M. HEWETT,
Hugirs received and bhipped; vessels
dbcliarged, entries passed and general
sbipphu' work. All older i loft at Hits.
tacu ifc Robinson's olllca, Queen Micel,
will receiic perbomil attention iiml sutit
faction guaiauiei'd. 1D2 lm
IF YO lTfTncT AN YTH 1 NG.
X. advertise it in the Daily Uullutim.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
SALE ofJLEASES !
By order nf tho Tnutccs of
His Majesty's Estate,
Leases of tho Following Lands
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS,
Will bo sold at niv Salesroom,
Ol MONDAY, M 4, '89,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
1 llniiso und Lot on Fort street, near
iicau in uuiiui Mreei; area .
2 Premises ndjolnlug the Uawnlahao
b'cnilnury, known as the "Qulick Home
stead f" area .
3 Lot at Punalioii, opposite Oahu
41.' H No !1 (! and h73 at Kulnoka
hint Plains; 10,7I1 simiire fath ins.
5 Two Taro Patches tit Kinkunu.
6 Sea fishery of Mminalua, with
strip ol Lund; 46 font long coast.
7 Turn ami Pasture Land at Kalae
piiu, Kiillhl; 10 acres.
8 Kulii Lind nt Kiillhl, remnant of
Kiiwnlliolci, utljninhijj rice plaulutUu;
ii :mii ecres.
9 Lund at P.iliken.Kulihi; 3 npnnas:
l.nl 1, 1'mii'ifnliifiWiHiiiiirn fiith ma.
I.oi :, iMiiiiiiiniiigliS tiitmic tinhorns.
Lot :), containing ?slt,ijuuru fiitliuius.
10 Taio Land", nt lOUihi.wjima; 4
l.nl I, nut tiiiuing U4 ncres.
hot !j, in Kupuhau, 13 43 100 aurco.
I in !l, ul PohukulawiiUi, (5 SOi-1000
Lot 4, apona 4 of P.. P. 2317.
11 inst Loti and Tiiro Lands at
Knpu.i, Kool.iulda; 4 upniiKs:
Lot 1, npium I of li. P. 6504, 8 Lois,
87a 1000 hci-ls.
Lot 'J, a ami !! of It. P. GD64, House
L ii, '4 acres
Lot ;l, upturn 1 of It. P. 1442, 3 Lois,
Lot 4, ipanu a of It. P. 1413, Ilnusc
Lot, ' acres.
12 L'liidal Wuiinaiinlu.Koolnupoko;
Lot 1, 2li Lots, containing 2 61.100
Lm 2, Moan1 Lot, containing 675-
13 Tuo Lmd iir.d Pin-tun; at Ka.
liana. Kooluiiloa (7 LVib and Kula); 0
14 Lot nt Pakaln, Lulmiou, contain
ing 1 iicie, 2i p,
15 Lmd nt Kelnwea, Lahaina; apa.
nas 4 iiciu-, ;!1 p.
-Lund at Kclawca, Lahaina; 4
17 Lot at Waianao, Lhaina; 2 apa.
nav, 1 acre, 2 r., 21 p.
18 House Lot at Waloknina, La.
haln.i; apau.'i 2 uf U. C. A. 2.1, eontain.
ing 20 p.
19 Land at Kuhun, Lahaina.
20 Land at ICahuahale, Pauwela,
Hnm.tkualoa; G aeicj.
21 Two Land and House Lot at Ka
lua, Wailiil'.u, containing CC-100 acres.
Land nt Waieli, Hana; 12
Ai 1 11 2, J j Inlet est It.
P. 28C4, 375-
23 Land at Kikapnhahi, Hana, It. P.
:52fin, containing 2(1 1 10 acres.
24 Undivided half of ihc Ahupuaa
of Nuu, Kaupo; 1070 acres.
25 Pusture Land at Omaopio, Kula;
26 Lund at Houoknlnuiuui, North
Komi, containing :i iMO ucn s.
27 Land at Kahllipall Nul, Kau;
28 The Ahupuaa of Kiillhiula.Htlo;
II. F.671I, 7li iicnw.
29 The Ahupuaa of ICaloko, North
Koua, purdou lunkid of tne upper Gov.
30 Lmd at Okoo 1, South Kona:
Lot 1, upana I of it. P. 1577, 81
Lot S, upana 2 of It. P. 1B7C, 01
Lot 3, apana 1 of L. O. A. 11039, 0
-Lind at Pawill:
Lot 1, It. P. 1920, containing 18 07.
Lot 2, apana 1 of It. P. 1030, coutain.
big 21) 70-10!) acres.
Lot:), It. P. lOIU, containing 18 37-
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
Per Bktues 'S. O, Wilder," "Plautei"
nnd "Mary Wlukleumn,"
A Large Quantity
Hay & Feed
For Sale at Low Prices by
John F. Colbum & Co.,
155 Queen Street. lw
LEADIM MILLINERY HOUSE
Chas. J. Fishel
Frograme of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park !
No. 1. Running Hce, ini'e d.isb,
Ptize For II aw i linn bred
hois 's, -f years olil, to carry llfi
2 Punning Race, 1 mile dash.
Prize For Hawaiian bred
horses tip to (i yrars old, lo carry
1 1G pounds.
3. Trottini: and Pioinu' Knee. 1
mile daih, Prize For II i.
waiian bred hore-. a years o'd,
to liarness and to rules.
No. 4. Ituunmg Race, IJ.'j' mile dash.
Prize For Hawaiian bu-d
horses nailer 7 yeii old, ohicIi
No. C. Trotting Race, 1 mile and re-
peat, Pi lie Double tenme.
Free to all.
No. C. Running Rich. . mile dash,
Foi Hawaiian bred
years old, c a:c li
7. Bicycle Pact, '2 mile I'aih,
Prize l-'re' to nil.
8. Running Race, i mile dash,
Piizu For HMii an bitil
horses, 4 years old, catch
0. Trotting Race to lioul Cut. t
mile ihu-h, Prize Fo IIn-
waiiau bred ho'ses. Fin- to all.
No. 10. Running Rate, 1 mile d-u-li.
Prize roi Ilawaiiiin lin-d
lioiresj 5 jeain old, lo c .10 llo
No. 11. Trotting Race, 1 mile dash,
Prize For all horses that
never heat 3 minutes.
No. 12. Pony Rare, 1 mile dash, Piizo
For Hawai an bred
ponies, II euri old, not over 14
No 18 Trotting Itacs to Road Cart, 1
mile dasli, Prize Free to
No. 14. Runuing Race, 1J mile dash,
Prize Fieo lo all.
All prizes will bu paid lo Riders or
Drivci. Cup to o tiers. No Piofus
sioaal Jockeys allowed.
Entries to bo uvule bctorc Ba'.urdaj',
March , 18t0, at 4 v. i.
BUT Subjtct to changes.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, January lo, 18t0 1 14 1
ALATHI5, similar to the one in the
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co., new
and in perfect oider. For turthir parti
cular apply to
145 lm JOHN UASSIDY.
OWING lo tho Intended departure
from thu Kingdom of II. F. Wioli.
mill, we respectfully ask thut all
amounts due our llrm bu settlid on
or befoio tho 15ih of FHint'iry next.
QOMKS cfc W1CHMAN.
Honolulu, Jan. 24, 1889. 10.1 lOt
THE0. P. SEVERING
Has taken tho Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Montauo, corner of King
aud Fort streets, and is pro
pal ed to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES J
' I'rintluir Done lor Auinteuru,
Cabinets $6 a Doz, Work Guaranteed,
5ST Entrance on Fort Street.
Hawaiian Tramways Co..
Fares Irom Palama to Punahou St.
" " Waikikl
J5Sf Waikikl passengers must travel
on the thiough cars or they will li'ive to
change cars at the Rifle Range and take
a fresh ticket. 158 tf
AH SING acts for me under full'
potter of attorney In all matters
of business. LEE PAU.- '
Honolulu, Jon. 15, 1889. 147 2w
ALL perRons having claims or bills
against Mr. E. B. Thomas,- ore
requested to pieseut the same to Mr. D.
Dayton at his olllce, 73 King street, over
Qtiong Sam Kee'H store. Air persona
owitiKhimany money are icmteated to
pay the Biuno at Mr. Daytou's ollloe.
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Claims paid to policy holders In tho
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j5Qy For rateB, apply to
N. If. JtOSJS,
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