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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH (i, 1&&9.
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Pledged to neithci Sect r.or rally,
But established foi the benefit of nil.
Tho regular vacation of nil Govern
ment Schools, nt the clo-so ot the first
school st -sion of tho yeai, will e.v
tend fiom FRIDAY, April 12th, to
WEDNESDAY, the 1st of May next.
Tin' tinui between tlii? 22d nml 20th
of Apiil, hoth inclusive, will be de
voted to tho instiuetioit of Xoininl
Classes, nnd lln- examination of
teachcis for cciiilieutes, as notified
by tho Inspector-General of Hi huols.
Rv ordoi of the Bo.iid of r.duiMlioii.
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Ed neat ion Ullko, Match I, lbbO.
WKUNMvSDAY, MARCH "., l.S8!.
Om-ich or run I5out or f
IloNoiu.r, Mnich I, 18S9.)
It is huieb, oideied by tho Bo.ud
of Education that all to.u'het, in the
Government employ, teaching in thu
English language, must attend Xoi
m.il CliiiM's fiom Apt il 22d to Apiil
20th, mi luive. Tlio billowing gen
tlemen Inn e been appointed by the
Boaul as lnstruelois:
J no. A. Mooni. at Honolulu, foi
Ai.vtw T. ATKis'hON at W.iiluUi,
toi Maui teachois.
M. M. Scoit at Libuu, foi Kauai
P. L Lord at llilo, foi llilo, Puna
and Hainakua toaehei.
IColmla, ICau and lCnna teacher
mav attend ivt Wailukti, Honolulu oi
The Boaid authorises tho fce end
School Agents to pay tho expenses
of tiaiiMt ot the Government school
teachus to and fiom the places de
signated. Any persons do&uing to become
teachers tniij attend tho classc.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
liispeetor-Geneial of Schools
OmcE or mi: Boaiid oi i
Honolulu, Match 1, 1SS9.)
During the Comention an ex
amination at each of the abovc
numed places, foi Gr.imm.ii Grade
Ce.rtiric.ite.!, will bo held. The sub
jects will bo Arithmetic, Algebra,
Grammar, Composition, Physiology,
Theoiy and Practice (Pedagogy)
Writing, Physical Geographv, Out
lines of History.
Xo person will be allowed to cntei
for this examination unless possess
ing a Primarv Ceitilicato foi one
year, oi holding a suuil.ii certificate
from abio.ul. An elimination foi
Piimaiy Certificates will also bo bold
sit the same time at winch All.
teachers whoso certificates bao ex
pired mubt present thomsehes.
ALATAU T. ATK1XSOX,
Inspoetoi-Geneinl of Schools.
OUR SAN FRANCISCO LETTER.
Since 1 wiotc 3 ou last thoie has
been but little of Interest to the 11a-
waiiaii9 to read. Amongst the av- !
livals here can be enu nictated Air.
Geoige Dole, lute of Kauai, who ic
ports that he has come up here to
"look about" a little. This means,
piohably, that he intends to invest
in orac hind in California.
Amongfa those who iemain here is
Bruce Cm lw right who is upon
the whole in better health than when
1 last wiote. lie is now at Pasa
Roba Springs for a w bile.
A new ai rival is Air. Ilarrv Luce,
who landed here yesteulay, and is
troubled with temporaiy partial
blindness. The diagnosis of more
than one eminent practician here,
sustains the hope that ho will in
time fully reeoor his noiinal sight.
Many of our Island people have
been in the habit of visiting the
Aetna Springs, where they have
found health and strength. This
week I hope to have the pleasure of
visiting that famous health resort
with Air. Luce, and to witness his
gradual resolution to health,
strength, and good eye-sight, while
I, well, I will look on and fancy
Air. Alagnin, at one time the pio
piietor of a "popular" store in Ho
nolulu who icali.ed theic much
coin and whose wife unfoitunately
died eighteen months ago, is to be
If newsnanor lcpoits arc to be
credited our next President's Cab
inet is about made up. As the mat
tei is in nbevunce as no one knows
positively about it 1 can only iofer
you to the current icports in the
Air. McKinley is slowly recovering
fiom his accident of fifteen months
ago. It is said that the tianslation
to the mild and equable climate of
Honolulu, would complete his iccov
ery, and it may be that he will be
oftered the opportunity to try this
Air. K. I. Nichols has just ship
ped to the islands, on account of the
Miuistei of Interior, a biidgo of 00
foot span, wooden but aim, which
has been contracted for him, at
a liguic that will astonish your local
Air. Gilbeit Waller isheieas a
"San Franciscan" (almost) though
he talks of going back soon.
llany Yon Holt starts in a feu
da s for Geiinany via Britain, to be
gone some time. He has, I under
stand, lesigncd his position as
spotting editor of the "Anglican
Air. Joseph Ilyinan is heie to re
The cases containing the Hawai
ian exhibits hnvegonoontheii way to
Paris, wheie it is understood they
will attract much attention. C.
San Francisco, Feb. 27, 1889.
humble Portuguese wish to leave the
country and escape the tyi ant's
power." There aie home plantations
who compel their laborcis to buy at
the plantation stoio. Lovers of fiec
dom on these islands will commence
to wonder what century wo aic liv
ing in, tho fourteenth, or tho nine
teenth? During the past few months some
sleek and well-fed Cabinet Ministers
and others have visited llilo, also
the government donkey and his
master; but the sagacious animal
could only bo persuaded to ie
main a few hours he w us not com
fortable had no homestead.
Ate logo. Alost respectfully,
AXTONE llB SlLVA.
llilo, March -1.
nun.MANT wminiNo at fer.
llKKW'S CATHIUmAI. hepi:i
to fBoldcru t' Water
Xotice is hereby given to all
holdeis of watei privileges that owing
to the prolonged drouth, it ife neces
sary that caio be ueciI in tho um1 of
Jf this is done, it will not bo ncies
bary to curflul ungating privileges,
but if the piescnt c.eessio use of
water is continued this stop will be
Holderb of privileges and the pub
lic genoially aro therofoio 1 especi
ally requested to assist thodep.ul
ment by e.qicising economy m the
Ubo of water.
CIIAS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, II. I., Alarch 1, 18b9.
ON Meiclinnt street, at 12 :i0 TO-DAY,
between Peacock's mid Mclncrny'n
stores, on the sidewalk, n letter ml.
dressed to inc. Finder will he rewarded
for returning it
ICiOlt AVILLIAM I'OSTEK.
AHEWAKDwiU be paid for infor
mntion logarding tho llurque
"Wandering Minstrel," of Hongkong,
!JB2 toon, last lieanl of at Honolulu, De
cember, 18i7. Apply 10
O. 0. IJEJIGIMI,
100 Ot Honolulu.
ELECTION of OFFJOEIiS.
AT the annual meeting ol thu stock
hold cm of the People's Ice & He
frigerator Co held this (lay. tho follow
ing nnnitd persons wtro elected na ofll
cers for llio tnsiiing your.
J K. Wilder Prisiilent,
W. W. Hull Vice-President,
W. K. Fobter Secretin ,
W.B. Wall Trcnsuru,
W. O.Sinlth Auditor.
Tho above namul olllcors constitute a
Hoard of Directors.
w. j;. fostj:,
Sterctnry P. I. &.11. Co.
Honolulu, March C, 1BB0. 110 2w
JL for lb tho
cents per mouth
PAPER to subttilhu
"Dally liulletin." CO
Kixiou 1Ilm.ii ik : With all due
respect to the "Government Um
brella" and its misleading state
ments, the main issue has been cair
There may be homesteads in the
market in Hainakua and Kona, but
where is theie mention of a single
ticant homestead in the llilo dis
trict? Aly countrymen aio too poor, and
cannot afford the time and extra ex
pense, to go a wilu goose cuase into
llamakua oi Kona. The lands
around wheie we live are apparently
locked up for all time; these lands
however, may not be government
property although we hear to the
contrary. It is such lands th.it we
would take up if they were in the
market. We arc on the spot, and
our piescnt means of living would
allow us perhaps, :i baie sulllciency,
until we could build a house, and
make ouiselvcs comfortable.
It seems that the present party in
olllcc used us as a stepping stone to
powei, and now having obtained
their desires, the said party wish to
frec.e us out, aided by the sugar
planters, bcloie the next election.
The "Government Gazette or
Umbrella" quotes in one of its re
cent issues (extracts from letteis re
ceived by some mercantile houses in
Honolulu, fiom their local malingers
hero on the plantations,) as follows:
"One manager' sajs "that for the
past tluee weeks he has given oi
deis to tako nil l'oiUiguose who ap
ply" previous to this date what did
the said maiiiigei do ' The depait
ing l'oituguese, houses to let, etc.,
are the best answer. The above
government paper could not have
madeamoic unhappy selection to
maintain its case.
The Tax Appeal Hoaul decided
against the plantations, and upheld
the Tax Asessoi. Alark tho small
calibiu of some of the plantation
managers they now wage a boycott
war against all concerned. Tho
said plantations have nominated n
futiiioTax Asscssor,whoin they hope
will do their bidding, and have peti
tioned the Cabinet to accept this
party who no doubt will do so with
some pietenco of piotesting.
It the head plantation factotums
do such things in u green ticc what
will they not do in diy? We poor
Tuesday evening Air. Kdward
Davie Tenney nnd Aliss Hose Wil
liams Alakec weie united in mai
riagc at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
The ceremony was performed by the
Uev. Alexander Mackintosh in the
piesence of only the immediate
friends and relatives of the contract
ing parties. Those present were
Col. and Ahs. Z. S. Spalding and
family, Mr. and Alts. Fiank P.
Hastings, Hon. and Alls. J. IL
Athcrton, lion, and Airs. W. IL
Castle, Airs. Noonan, Airs. Dr. G.
Herbert, Aliss Carrie Castle, Airs.
Cornwell, Airs. D. K. Villa, Air. and
Ahs. AV. A. Bow en, Aliss Blanche
Coinwell, Airs. Widdificld, Aliss
Allele Widdificld, Airs. A. Alackin
tosh, and All. II. C. Vida.
At half-past seven o clock, m:
Wi ay Taylor, the organist, played
a wedding march while the brule
gtoom, attended by his best man,
Air. K. Faon Bishop, took a posi
tion near the altar. A lew minutes
later the biide, leaning on the arm
of her hi other, Hon. P.N. Alakee,
entered the church, attended by the
bridesmaid, Aliss Kitty Spalding,
niece of the bride. Following, were
Col. and Airs. Spalding, and Air.
and Airs. V. 1'. Hastings. As the
bridal party marched up the aisle to
the altai the "Bridal Alaich" from
Lohengiin was played on the organ.
The beautiful litual of the Episcopal
Church was linpiessively performed
by the Kev. Ah. Mackintosh, soft
music being plaved on the organ
tliioughoiit. The Initio was given
away by iier bt other, Hon. P. N.
Alakee, and tho i spouses by both
biide and groom were distinctly
hcaul. At the loncliision of the
ceremony the new! maiiied couple
letired to the vestiy and theic sign
ed the register. They left the
Cathedral to the stiains of Alcn
delssolm's Wedding Alarch. The
biide looked charming in a beauti
ful diess of white brocaded silk
with train and gveil, with orange
The biide, who has always held a
very prominent position in society
ciicles, is the daughter of the late
Capt. James Alakee, of Ulupalakua,
Maui. In musical circles, being the
possessor of a fine sopiano voice,
she lias held high lank, and it is to
be hoped that her new life will not
be the means of depriving us of
healing her again now and then.
Her brilliant success in the title
lole of the recent performance of
Patience will long be lemembered.
The budegiooni is a gentleman with
a host of fi lends in this city who
wish him every success. On
his wedding day he was admitted a
paitner in the old established house
of Alessis. Castle it Cooke.
Majesty's Cabinet, diplomatic and
Consular corps, Privy Council,
Legislature, nnd the largest part of
the most prominent society poople
The presents almost lnlllc des
ciiption. Thoy wcio displayed in a
room to themselves nud weie a most
magnificent collection, embracing
neaily everything onu could men
tion and at the same time most
valuable. In the centre stoodahuud
some Wi'staumyer upright piano
tho gift of Col. and Airs. Spalding,
then there was silverware of cveiy
description, pictures, bric-a-brac,
fancy in tides, etc., etc. A set of
silver coffee spoons with cream
ladle was sent by tho choir of the
Second Congicgation of St. An
drew's Calhedial, in which the bride
had sung on many occasions, with
the following note: Aliss Alakec,
from her friends in the choir of the
Second Congregation of St. An
drew's Cathedral, in kind remem
brance of their pleasant associations,
and with best wishes for her happi
The wedding cake stood in the
dining room, and was a beautiful
specimen of the confectioner's art.
Much amusement was caused when
the bride's cake was cut, as to who
would get the ling. The "fortun
ate" possessor was Aliss Annie,
daughter of Hon. J. S. Walker, who
well, never mina.
In rear of the house a laigc lnnai
had been elected, the interior of
which was prettily dccoiatcd with
ilags, flowers and evcrgiccns.
Shortly after ten o'clock dancing
commenced in the lnnai and was
kept up with spirit for sonic lime.
Ice cieam, coffee, tea, cake and
othci refreshment were served din
ing the evening in abundance.
Long life and much hapnincss to
the newly niariied couple is the
earnest wish of the Blii.i us.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LPo -1- 0
On Thursday, SVJarch 7,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
Allhorohlinro of Mi. J. 12. lllilwcl),
Upretiinia ulreit (opposite die reslduice
of Air. T. 0. Thrum), 1 will sell at
Public A iipi i on
Tho Enliro Househ'd Furniture,
Cnmpiisliig in part
Uphol. Easy Chairs, Rockers & Lounge
Center Rug Sofa Hugs,
On Hour Wood Piano !
(A. Fine Instrument),
1 Elegant Oak Bedroom Sot,
Spring ami Hair Mnttrusis,
Feather 1'1'lown, Mosquito XtlB,
U. W. lMenslon Dlninij Table,
B. W. Marbletop Si (Jo board 1
Crockcty and Glnsswnie,
Oil iiiove anil Utensils,
JRotVijjfoiMitor, JVleut fejjilo.
Also, 1 l'hiieton, 1 Sut Harness,
1 Cnvriugo Horse, Jtc, &c.
IIAVINU TAKO STOCK AND AUK OFFKIUNO
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
fSemnants in A18 Departments.
Just Received a Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
JAS. V. MOKGAN,
FOll ONE WEEK
AT V-i O'CLOCK xoosr,
OH THE REEF.
This morning at daylight a vessel
was obbci veil aground just bevond
the bell luun. which pioved to lie
the biuk Lady Lampoon inwaids
bound from San Fiancisco. The
tug Eleu and steamer Pole weie
quickly sent out to the stranded ves
sel for the purpose of lightening her
by discharging some caigo and tow
ing her off her per Ions position.
Capt. W. 13. Godfrey and Mr. F. A.
Schaefci, who is agent for the ves
sel, went on board the l'ele for the
pin pose of rendering all possible as
sistance. It is expected she will be
got off at high tide.
THE J A P A H ESEfSl G RANTS.
Following aic the shipments of
the Japanese immigrants recently
airivid on the Onu Jlaru:
Monday. Mai eh -lib.
Spieekelsvillc Plantation. 120
Haiku Plantation -"
Kil.iuea 5ugAi Co 55
Total for Monday 2j5
On the pi unices, coiner of Punchbowl
ami liciUiini i sUilI!-, 1 will sell at
Public Am lion a
With Liitutd Vcnuid.1, foimiilv cccii
pie I i y Di G "to a9 an olllru 'I lie Cot
nino isni'w uiid in pciteel oid i and is
I .nuiid throughout Panics uHmig to
i Mimine lliu Collage ran do o on appli.
cn'nm lo .Mi (J V INtt
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK-
Our $2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for S2.00.
Our 84.50 Parasols for S2.75.
Our S5.50 Parasols for $3.:50.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUIl TIME TO PURCHASE
Tin Pies m prate for On Ml fliily !
For Sale At Auction.
OH AS. J. FISHEL,
Tito Loading Blilliuory House.
Tuesday, March 5th.
Paauhau Plantation (.0 !l
Hutchinson Plantation.... 20 .1
llonomu Plantation 21 4
Lahaiua 31 4
Lihiic 40 0
Total Tuesday 171 20
Grand total to Tiied.ij . . .42!) fi"
Wednesday, March Gth.
Follow inji tlic ceicinony a lecep
lion was licld al the residence of
Mr. and Mib. Fiank P. Hastings,
Reretania street, which was a most
biilliant affaii. The front of the
house was elegantly illuminated with
hundreds of coloied lanterns. The
Royal Hawaiian Hand was stationed
on the f i out lav, n and played appio
priate music during the evening,
cveul selections being fiom the
opera of Patience. The invited
guests were received at the main
entrance by the ushers, Mr. II. M.
Whitney,.! i, Mr. G. II.Twccdic, and
Mr. 11. lJovY&ctt,and conducted to the
dressing rooms. At the enlianec to
the parlor wheie the lcccption was
held a warm welcome vva extended
lo them by Mr. and Mis. Hastings.
The biide and Krooin stood in one
coinui of the parlor underneath a
magnificent ilninl bell of white
flowers. Behind thein woic large
palm leaves airayed in a tasteful
manner. The devolutions in the
pailor, indeed tliioughoiit the house,
were on a magnificent scale, and
were much admit ed. Innumerable
bouquets of flowers were bcatteied
about the looms, filling them with
their delicious peifume. Hanks of
different colored loses with a back
ground of eveigicens, were placed
in prominent positions, in fact,
theie weio loses everywhere, no
doubt in honor of the bride, u ho is a
"Rose." Between tho parlor and
dining room hung the little pail
used by the biide as the milkmaid
in Patience. It was filled with
choice llowerd. Seldom have lnoio
elegant decoiations been seen at a
social event in this city.
For over two hours thoie was a
constant btrcam of invited guests
passing through the pailor to offer
their congratulations to the happy
couple, Among those present were:
His Majesty tho King and Princes
Knwauanakoa and Knlaninnaolo, at
tended by Mr. .1. W. Robeitson,
Vice-Cliamboilain, Justices of tho
Supicme Court, members of His
W. II. Pin vis 25
J. M. Hoinci A- ons. . lil
It. M. Oveiend 15
Kohahi Sugar Co 30
Wiight, Kohnla 12
Total Wednesday 132
Giaud total to Wednesdays!)!
Thuhsday, Mai ch 7th.
11. llalstead, Waialua.
Graud total to Thuisil.iy.
On Friday the remainder will be
shipped as follows :
C. Afong 130 20
llilo Sugar Co 75 15
Total iioin Thuisilav
Giand total to
'.. U I
By onli'i ol the Tin tei'- of II lb Majesty's
"Rstiu, I will 'ell at Public Aucl'OU
On TUESDAY, Marcli 12, 1889,
AT l O'C'IiWUIC lOS,
At mv Silesroom, Queen street, that
(loanable piop uy known as
Situ ifd on the Islnnil of O.iliu. Tin
Uiinch lOnipriiCH about 0,000 acre-i of
land, mni'.ly held in lorn; leas.s fiom
tlie Ci mniibsioucM of Crown LnniU, as
Land of Waianae Uka !
Containing 14,'OD Acris.
Pan of this land rilled NANAKULI,
conlainnif; JJ.OOO acre1!, is used as n fat
lenitiK piildock injiallo ol snpnoiting
from f 00 to V 0 lit ad i f cufe. In con
ni'Ction with and adjoining Waianae
Uka are tho LuuK oi Waikalialaua,
GOO acics; Kalcua, 100 acus and Pou
lnihi, 610 ;icii. Ucsidcs these lands the
Eitate Ltast's Aie and a part of ICaltiuuo
in J;ia. 'I lie Unttle, comprise from
2,500 to 3,000 Head !
Branded X, about 700 of theie aro at
tin' fattening paddock at Xauakuli.
. iiion;; the ( attle aie a number of good
The Hanch owns 23 Woik Horses and
Colti and 2 Mules. Al'-o, SOxCaits,
The Ranch is conveniently divided
into paddocks, 2kii ;e ones being neiu
the Ranch house and 1 at Waikakaljua;
also, '.I Sets of Double Pens.
The Ranch is neailv all fenced, hav
ing 18 miles of fencing. Tlic Dwell
Rancli House & Dwelling House
At Rwa, With Stables, lion Water
A jioilion of the land atRwa U plant
ed with taio.
The close pioxlmily of this Estate to
Honolulu, together with the huge area
of I'atiunge aud the amount of Stock,
icndei this one of the most deniable in
vestments offeied for Pale.
Tor fuulier paiticitlius of leases,
rents, apply to A. .1. Cm tw light, or
I .JCi, tlVMl fSii
li) ViHi'V tSTRKKT, MOXOHiUMI.
-ivii'OKTi.us .t uiui.nns in-
American & European Orugs k Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Ltrilhud & Oo.'s Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
7 Hotel Street.
yya9 L Ub
IOIi'l, fa-K,ioii;a Honolulu.
Sands make the mountains mo
ments make the yeais. Young.
Thoie is nothing so stiong oi safe
in any emergency of life as tho sim
ple Uuth. Cbai'les Dickens.
The best preachci is the heait;
the best teacher is time ; the best
book is the world ; the best friend is
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
C3T BARGAINS 't3 Nnulinool JJQT BARGAINS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELMAli, PLOWS k GEFL1ERCHA1ISE.
3VovItie tiiiil DFtmey Goods, In JGurjro V.ii8iy.
T70R a plantation, a
' tmtitiiiiiiiL il flitil
IB,) tf TIIEO. II.
btcady, woll le.
DA VIES & CO
rpiIR ndjouriipd iinnunl mcetbiK of
X the Honolulu Yneht t Boat Club
will liu Ih.'IiI at iheh limit hoiisu on
THURSDAY EVENING, the 7th iust ,
at 7 UO o'dock. J.vciy memhei la e..
peeled to bo pro-out.
E. I. SPALDING,
10U2L SeertWry 11. Y. & B.C.
TVTESSHB. William A Bowenand Ed-
JjJL waid I) Tennoy, havu hten nd.
niltird as pattnei'.s to llio 111 m of Custlo
K. N. CASTLE.
J. B. ATHKRTON,
GEO P. OAbTLE.
Honohihi, Jliueh C, 18b!l. 18'J lw
San Fuancisco, Cai.., 1
Felniinry 10, 18S0
WE herewith certify that Messrs,
Dodd & Mllloi nro our duly nil.
tlioili'd and only agents for the Ha.
w iiiinn Islands foi the suit) of our Lager
Beet in l.cjr.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf Johu 11. Wicland Bro3.
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Bteamsliip
Will Itiive Honolulu for the above
jioi t on
Thursday, March 14,
For rrelBht or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
NIOL l.'oomcd Cottage
ou I'tinclihovvl htieel
near the Mumon Churoli, a
fine heidtli locality, quiet iiiiichborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
1811 tt At Ed. Hoffrchhicger i!b Co.'u.
ONE Black Walnut Bedroom Set
Mnrhktop, in j;ood order, very
cheap Lupine at Iluu.KTIN Ofllce for
further imriiculars. 185 lw
J td Rooms. Boaul if re
1 quired. A only at "i hainber,
lain HoiiEe," King
btrtet, oiipoultu Ka.
-1 NEW "Invincible" Compound Ccu
X ti if iigal Pumping Engine, with At
tached Condenser and Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of dlschaige pipe, 8
HONOLULU IRON WGllKS CO.
ANY person found ticspapsing or
shooting on the KULIOUOU lands
will bo pioseeiitcd.
170 liu ROBERT LISIIMAN.
LARGE and Comfoitnble
i J. Hotino on Punelihowl
bgjgxtji; strui t. between Palaco Walk
and Beretunia street. Apidy to
Dit. J. S. JlcGREW,
170 tf Hotel Mm t.
rpiIE Meliieiny Hall. Ap-
j. jny iu
Cor. Foit & Jleichant sts.
ANYBODY that has a
Building Lot iu II ono.
lulu can Ibid u good cluuico
for trade liy catling at the
btoro of CluiB. Hammer, cor.
ner of King aud Fort streets.
A LL holder.') of
xv hi the Kaniolaiil
lion are heniliy riiiuci-lrd to comiiinni.
catu with the iiwIerMlgiu'd nnd linve
thulr ei tillculcs of Kind; legally trans,
ferrcd by cmlorbcnienl on llio books of
the Association, iu arenrdnnca with its
constitution and by-lawn,
W. M, GIFPARD,
181! 2w Secretary K. P. A.
AMOUNTS owing to G. West & Co.
for musicnl iubtruinents, ihubIcuI
mercliundlso and art materials have been
transferred to the Pacific Haidware Co ,
who will collect them thiougli tho Ha.
wailan Business Agency. ,
G. WEST & CO.,
By 0. Bolte, their utlonioy.
Honolulu, March S, 1680, 1881w