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TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1889.
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IC our memory is not at fault, it
was said, at the time Merchant street
was widened, between Fort street
and Palace Square, that the property
owners, whoso property was taken
for the widening of the street, had
consented to wait for their money.
Well suppose they did, is there any
reason why their claims should not
have been set I led eie this? or why
they should not he settled now?
Whether or not any o. those claims
have been met we are not aware,
but it is positivo they have not all
been liquidated. Why not? A large
sum of money was voted by the
Legislature for "road damages," in
tended, we presume, to satisfy
claims of this nature. The Finance
Minister's last statement shows
abundance of cash in the Treasury.
Then, we again ask, why are not
the claims above alluded to satis
fied? EARLY CLOSING Oil SATURDAYS.
Emroi: Bum.i:iin: At the request
of numerous employee:-, I waited
upon many of the principal mer
chant' tu lentn their views on the
Batuidny luilf-holiilny niuvement.
Almost all were i-tiougly in faor of
tho idea showing-the kindly fueling
that cxi&ts in tins city between Eni-
TllnVHV llltl !',, ,.l.-v,t.in l?...-in fi.ti
ari - uj 1.1 Mil" t. J'.J .. kjl'lllt, W,
V' doubted till! fmiMlliilil.v nf ciirrvinix
it out, as it lias been tried before re
peatedly, and fell through. The
were, however, ready and willing to
try again. The principal objections,
1st. The immediate attention that
the arrival and deparluie of foreign
mails on Saturday afternoons neces
sitated. 2d. The necessity of leeeivingand
hipping sugars and oilier cargo on
Many of the principal sugar agents
and merchants have feigned an agree
ment to close their places of busiucfcs
for tiading purposes at 1 p. m. on
Saturdays, beginning on the 10th
inbt. In signing it was distinctly
understood that where mailB or cargo
had to be attended to tbeie would be
no breach of faith in linns being at
their places of business to attend to
same. It really rests on the good in
tentions of all concerned to make it
Jlr. E. IX Tenney, of Castle &
Cooke, has kindly agreed to receive
further signatures and to give any
information. Yours truly,
Honolulu, Mar. flth.
EniTon Bulletin: In the edi
torial matter of your issue of yester
day, you say : "Haw sugar has ad
vanced to 5fj cents, sales at that
figure having been made as far back
as February 31 st, although not re
ported up to March 1st in San Fran
cisco. All caigoes which ar
rived there since February 21st
have been defrauded out of 1-1G
cent per pound by the New York
Sugar Tiust, which manipulates the
market quotations." You certainly
would noi have made bo grave a
charge of dishonesty unless upon in
formation which you considered re
liable. Permit mc to make quotations
from letters received by C. Brewer
& Co. from Messrs. Welch & Co. of
San Francisco: February 2Cth,
1889 "From the 11th inst. to the
23rd there was no change whatever,
the market being steady at o 9-1G
cents lor 90 degrees; on the latter
date, however, tae price advanced
to 5 19-32 cents, and yesterday to
fi.62 cents, which is the closing
basis for 96 degrees." Mar. 2d,
1889: "Wc are pleased to inform
you that Cuba centrifugals have
made a further advance, Feb. 28th,
to 5. 05 cents for 90 degiees, pre
sent basis." In the face of these
three separate quotations, all made
between the dates you name, and
the latter being in advance of your
highest quotation, what force can
there'bc in your dsfnmatory state
ment, that: "All cargoes which ar
rived there (San Francisco) since
February 21st have been defrauded
out of. 1-10 cent per pound by the
New .York Sugar Trust, which man
ipulates tho market quotations."
Tins refutation of the statement
made by your unscrupulous in
formant, who seems to be displaying
more temper than judgment, ought
to make you extremely cautious in
endorsing his statements.
J. O. CAKTrJt.
Honolulu, Mar. 12, 1889.
THE BAND CONCERT.
There was an immense crowd of
people in attendance at the band
concert at Emma Square last eve
ning, notwithstanding that the
weather was tomewlmt cool. Tho
prograraino was an excellent one
and the boys played it in an excel
lent manner. The two new pieces,
"Echoes of tho Forest" and "A
Comical Contest" were both loudly
applauded. Tho latter was exceed
ingly amusing This evening tho
band plays at the Hotel.
JOB PRINTJNG'ottlTkhMh oc
cuttcl at the "Dally Bulletin" OUlcc.
kMM( tiLAy-i'Tniili'MiMritiftVrtTJvir , t-T -r- --
HAWAIIAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
object of 'tnn institution.
The object of tho abovo named
institution is to train pupils in all
branches of music, and especially in
tho lyric art. Whereas the people
of this nation unquestionably show
great aptitude and taste for music,
vocal and instrumental, they only
need proper and careful training to
enable them to take their place in
the ranks of artists of other nations.
Patrons donating one hundred dol
lars and upward lowaids the ox;
penses of establishing, as a perma
nent institution, the aforesaid School
of Music, will have the right of no
minating a candidate for vocal and
dramatic instruction, and such can
didate, if considered by the Direc
tors, as possessing the necessary na
tural material, will be instructed
free of charge
Private pupils will be received at
The French and Italian languages
will be taught according to the
Meisterschaft's system, either in
claMS or private.
Honorary members who pay S3
per month will be entitled to admis
siou to all entertainments given by
by the pupils of tho academy.
Patrons donating one hundred dol
lars and upwards will be entitled to
a vote at all meetings held by them.
Patrons are likewise trustees of
the funds- donated towards" the
founding of aforenamed school, and
will meet once a month, or at such
periods as called by the Secretary.
All entertainments given by the
pupils will be under the solo direc
tion of the Directors, and all nunies
netted by any such cutertainments
will, after defraying expenses, be
placed to the credit of the Royal
The tirst meeting of the patrons
will be held on the 15th day of
March, when a Secrerary and Trea
surer will be appointed by them.
The earnest co-operation of all
those interested in tiic musical fu
Hire of the Hawaiian Islands is cor
dially requested by the patrons.
The directors will be glad to re
ceive as a donation to the academy
an' books, scores of music, operas
or works, and such donations will
be duly acknowledged by them, and
all such gifts will be duly published.
All monetary donations, names of
honorary members, etc., will be
published in like manner.
Mr. Henry Bcrger will have the
sole direction of the instrumental
All subscriptions pnyable monthly
U. S. S. ADAMS.
Lieutenants Walter Goodwin, Ed
waid D. Bostick and J. F. Parker,
Ensign William L. Burdick, Surgeon
11. C Eckstein, and Assistant
Engineer Charles W. Dypon have
been detached from the U. S.
S. Adams and ordered to pro
ceed home and await orders. Pay
master A. D. Bache was to settle ac
counts and bo placed on wailing or
ders, and Ensign C. E. Sweeting was
oidered to tho Thetis.
THE COMING RACES.
Invitations liavo been sent out by
Hon. J. A. Cummins for the exhibi
tion of stock, horse races and bar
becue at Kapiolaui Park next Satur
day. The invitations are for seats in
the grand stand and are consequently
limited, but a general invitation is
oxtended to all to be present. A
light lunch counting in part of bar
becued bullock, pig, etc., will be
served between 12 and 1 o'clock to
everyone present. There will be no
liquors. People may go in their
waggons to tho inside of tho track.
The races bid fair to lie Minim;, no
professional jockeys and diiverw be
ing allowed. For each raco there is
a prize to tho owner of the winning
horse, such as a water pitcher, a cup,
set of harness, saddle and bridle, and
other lucful and ornamental things.
These prizes will be on exhibition
from to-morrow to Friday at tho
Hotel Stables. Of money there are
prizes and entries to the amount of
$500, which will be paid to riders and
d rivers. Saturday has been announ
ced as a public holiday.
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SELLING DRINK TO PACIFIC ISLAND
ERS. On tho first of January last the
Regulation prohibiting the supply of
liquors to natives of the Western
Pacific Islands came into force. By
this Regulation if any British sub
ject in the Western Pacific sells or
gives or otherwise supplies diiectly
or indirectly any native of any isl
and or place within tho Western
Pacific Islands any intoxicating
liquor ho shall on conviction thereof
before the Court of Her Majesty's
High Commissioner bo liable to pun
ishment as follows:
(1). Imprisonment for any term
uot exceeding three months with or
without hard labor, and with or
without a fine not exceeding ten
pouuds; or (2) a fine alone not ex
ceeding ten pounds without impri
sonment. The regulation defines
tho Western Pacific islands as fol
lows; The groups of islands known
as the Friendly Islands, the Navi
gator's Islands, the Union Islands,
the Phoenix Islands, the Kllice Isl
ands, the Gilbert Islands, the Solo
mon Islands, the Now Hebrides Isl
ands, the Santa Cruz Islands; all
other islands in the Western Paeifiu
Ocean not being within tho limits of
tho colonies of Fiji, Queensland,
New South Wales, or New Guinea,
and not being within the jurisdiction
of any civilised Power. N. Z. Paper.
DAILY BULLETIN -HONOLULU, H. L, MA.RCH 12, 1880.
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST OF
HAWAIIAN SUPREME COURT
A judgment, creditor is not en
titled to ti priority of payment, over
creditors by simple contract, cut of
tho estate of party deceased insol
vent. Nathan vs. Administrators of
Vida, 1 Haw. 81. Funeral expenses
and the expenses of administration
are payable in preference to all
other debts, lb.
As agaiust creditors, the rule of
law Is, that no more shall be allowed
for funeral expenses than 19 abso
lutely necessary, regard being had
to the degree and condition in life of
the deceased person.
The court, allowed the claim of
the cleik of the deceased, for three
months salary, due at the time of
the decease, to be paid in full, al
though the estate was insolvent.
The court held the administrators
justified in continuing the business
of the deceased for a time, where
they acted in good faith, and for the
best interests of the estate.
A charge made by the adminis
trators for tho services of a clerk in
making up their accounts, dis
allowed. Executors and administrators may
compromise a debt where it is clear
ly for the interest of the estate to
do so, and may also arbitrate dis
puted claims, when they act with
discretion and in good faith. lb.
Letters of administration granted
to a party here, holding a power of
attorney from the intestate's brother
residing in England. In re will of
Porter. 1 Haw. 108.
The com I refused to allow the
administrator commissions on the
sale of real estate, where it appeared
that it was not necessary to sell the
same, for the payment of debts; and
held lii tu responsible for interest on
the funds in his hands from the time
he was ordered to account by tin
court. In re estate of Turner. 1
1 Haw. 200.
An administrator is to be regarded
as ti trustee, and if ho becomes a
purchaser of the intestate's pro
perty, the heir at law may come
into court within a reasonable time,
and have the -ale to the adminis
trator set aside, and the property
re-exposed to sale ; and where the
administrator bus re-bold the pro
perty purchased bv him, at a profit,
lie may be held to account to the
heir at law for a a share of that pro
fit, being allowed to set off any pre
existing incumbrance paid by him,
in the time. In re estate of Turner.
1 Haw. 200.
The judicial power of the Supreme
Court extends to all cases of ad
miralty and maritime jurisdiction,
and tliis power may be exercised by
the chief justice at chambtTS. Fes
senden vs. cargo of ship Charles, 1
Haw. 9-1 ; Spencer vs. Bailey, 1
Haw. 108. See "ship owner,"
"General Average," "Attachment
The estray law gives the owner of
the land trespassed upon a lien upon
the cattle trespassing, for the amount
of damages ; and he may either seize
and impound them, as pointed out
by the statute, or he may let them
go, and sue the owner at law.
The owner of the animals may de
feat the right of the owner of the
land, to impound, or make him do
so at the risk of paying the costs,
by making a lender of a suflicicnt
sum to cover all tho damages. Mct
calf vs. Kahai, 1 Haw. 225. See
Session Laws 1888, ch. 35 p.p. 71
hills or r.xoiiAXUi:.
The court allowed ten per
damages for the cost of re-exchange,
in a suit upon a bill of exchange
drawn upon parties in New York.
The holders are entitled to recover
the expense of a re-exchange, al
though they do not actually ic-draw
for the amount of the dishonored
Interest allowed on the amount of
the hill at legal rate of interest in
New York, where it was payable.
Scudder et al. vs. Weeks. 1 Haw.
The receiving ol bills of exchange
for supplies furnished in u foreign
port, raises a presumption that they
were taken as payment therefor, but.
that presumption may he rebutted
by pi oof that the bills were not in
tended to he taken as an absolute
payment, and if they are dis
honored, they arc no bar to a suit
upon the original account. Spencer
vs. Uailey, 1 Haw. 124.
When a bill of exchange is sold
and transferred by ouo party to
another, without endorsement, the
law raises an implied warranty, on
the part of the vendor, to the extent
that tho signature of tho drawer is
If it afterwards appears that the
bill was forged, and the vendee did
not take upon himself the t isle of
its not being genuine, at the time of
the transfer, he will he entitled lo
recover back the consideration paid
for it, from the vendor. Dana vs.
Angel, 1 Haw. 180.
Uudor our statute of arrests, an
ofllcer before breaking doors must
demand entrance, and if the arrest
is made in a case where it is lawful
without a warrant, he should sub-
stato that fact beforo
Hubbertson vs. Cole; 1
A clause in a mortgage
in luulc, nllowing tho mortgagor to
i tain possession until default, and
to sell the goods in the ordinary
course of business, is -not conclusive
evidence of fraud, but i- open to ex
planation. A clause binding "all incoming
stock in trade of every kind and
character whatsoever," will not bind
goods not 'purchased with the pro
ceeds of original stock, to the detrl
inent of third parties. Hardy vs.
Rugglcs, et nl. 1 Haw. 229 ; lb.
The mortgage contained a clause
referring to a schedule, or bill of
items, copy of which whs in the
hands of each party; Held, that it
was not necessary to record the
schedule, it not ! ing contained in,
nor annexed to the mortgage, and
the description of the mortgaged
property being sulllciently clear
When the schedule is contained
in tlie mortgage, or annexed thereto,
or in any other way clearl' made a
part of the instrument, so as to
make a reference thereto necessary
to render the description of the
mortiraged property certain and
valid, then it bhould be recorded
with the mortgage lb. 249.
The mortgage contained a clause
allowing the mortgagors to retain
the possession of the mortgaged
stock in trade, until default, and to
continue their business by selling
any part of the slock, by replacing
the same by other stock purchased
in lien thereof: Held, that a trans
fer to one of their creditors, on ac
count, of all the stock in their place
of business, could not lie upheld
under the above clause.
Third parlies must refrain from
interfering directly uith the inoit
gagce's security, by taking assign
ments of the moitgaged stock in
satisfaction of their claims.
The omit was tin own upon par
lies purchasing the entire stock, to
show what poitiou of it wan not.
covered by complainant's mottgage.
lb. 250. As to leeord of moilgages,
see Civil Code 1882, sees. 1 202, and
S this is Jubilee year it tends to
make one look back and think
of the llight of time, and in this way
I am reminded that 1 am one of the
veterans in the sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. 1
have sold it from the very first, and
have sent it into every country in
England and many, parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember the
first circular you sent out some nine
or ten yeais ago. You had come to
England fiom Ameiica to introduce
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was struck by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a strage land,
I do not wish the people to feel that
I want to take the least advantage
over them. I feel that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, and
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would never
say that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for the agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best lemcdy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, ami I have hold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of the
following symptoms: Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, Dad nrcalli, shine
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, and yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the cars, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that the
systems is clogged, and the blood is
out of order. Upon repealed in
rpiiries, coveiing a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I nm better," or "I am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom or novcr seen beforo in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, and
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go and get Mother
Scigel's Curative Syrup, it will
iiinko you well." Out of tho hun
dreds of cures I will name one or
two that happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me to give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
use the Syrup and both iccovcred,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life,
A remarkable caeis that of a
houso painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Fenshurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a great deal to wind and weath
er, and he was seined with rlicuma-
Usui, and his joints soou swelled up
with dropsy, mid wero very stiff
nnd painful." Nothing that tho doc
tors could do seemed to reach tho
seat of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
woik, and for the whole of tho win
ter of 1878 and '79, In- had to give
up and take to his bed. lie had
been aflhcted in this sorry way lor
three years, and was getting worn
out aiid discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over i3 for what he
called "doctor's stuff" without the
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Scigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few days he sent me word he was
much better before he had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a -Is. Od. bottle-, and as I was gnltiir
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On gettin to hi house
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hatdlv believe my own eyes, nnd
"You ought not to be out here,
man, it may lie the death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is no
danger. Tho weather is fine, and
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup has
done for me in a few ilavs what the
doctors could not do in three years.
I think I shall get well now."
He kept on with the Syrup, and
in throe weeks he was nt work again,
and lias had no return of tho trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Uupkht Gkaiiam,
Of Graham & Son.
Holloway House, Sunbury,
June 25th. 1887.
The above wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of the
remarkable power of Mother Scigel's
Curative Syrup to cleanse the blood
of the poisonous humouts that arise
from Indigestion anil Dyspepsia.
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
lors, A. J. White, Limited. 35,
Farringdon Road, London, Eng.
G, A. R. Notice,
IlKADQUAiiTr.ns, Geo. w. BcLoxopi
Post, No. 4.i. Deit. of Cali- I
roitxiA, G. A. It.
11o.noi.ULU, March 12, ISSfl. J
rr HhltE w II be a regular
l niu iii g of thi mt
Tl IS ( t.e .!) EVEN
ING, in u Hall, Khir
M.o i, hi r. :!t'i o'clock. In
st liliiliuii ol Oltiiers lot lin
en nit'H i-iit. A t.;li at.
lei.d'ini'u is n quested.
Jtv oio or.
19", It C iiimiiiiih.i r.
ONI'j J "mi p. "
Hutu (ai iic pn-f ricil)
Apply hi No 9 Met.
1 5 3i
GOLD in-cu f '! I I'll t
7E. rV. W..tch wi li A K " o -
li&if2 giavul i'ii ilie liick. A i' ibl
ri'Aimt ill lie g'nMi oi tin e ii'ri ol
-une to the rtijn r, i- ()ille. 19" If
Japanese Employment Agency.
T. MORI .v.uild re.
pmiully iuform the
public ol Honolulu and the
ItOunil. gencially, lliil he has opcjieil e
iiipniiesie Employment "flb'e wi No 30
King siieet. west of Kelciiillkc S'rect,
wlieiv he will in rea ,y o piutu.tik till
ill utei! for Jiipuu fce lie n Knchs
mtl II:t it'naii Hpukiii. iioli Telephone
To. StUH. Uitlern from pluiilutioiw ,-oIi.
cited. 105 1
JUST received a supply of Tahiti
ltainboo for making Imta.
l'Jt Iw J. E. BROWN & CO.
A YOUNG German Woman wants n
noiilio'i ui liniikckecner. sciuiitren-
or InuntH mine,
ltd.' tTl.t Olllce.
For SjiIo Cheap.
"! I ILUII Cow, four years
It?, old, good Jersey
stock. Must be sold at
ouec on account of depar
ture by the Ausiiallit. A bargain for a
poor man. Inqiihe at Lr. Whitney's
olllce. 101 3t
Informal ion Wanted.
A HE V. I) wi i li- paid for infor
him! in ie). a d ug the Hiirqiic
W.iuili rni)i MiiiMn,'' ot Hongkong,
:i.i ioiir, .t t hoiiii of ut Honolulu, Uu.
' llllIlL", H 7 ' I pi. lo
O (). BE11GKH,
1011 0 Honolulu
F. HO UN, Practical Confectioner,
Pni-.tr Cook and lluker.
71 Hotel St. -ai' Toleib.'ii. 71
Mrs. L. C. Pray,
Genuine Massages Roman Baths
160 Fort Street.
Chinese Chuick Vaid.
Auction Sales &3 Jako T, Morfian.
On Wednesday, March 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. II..
At lie resiliences of Mr. M. I.oui si,
Klnit slicet 'on account of departure),
I will s 0 M Public Auction,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Comprising In i it:
(ATipieiidid Instrument) ;
O.'I'T mil Sofa Rugs.
4 itdu I'ei.dint Oliundellers,
Statuary, Stool Engraving
I.'irge Mantel Mirror,
1 Handsome UpM Parlor Suite
E'miij r.tiijrere and Ciliinet,
l.iier " ''I in-, DnimiriiiP,
It ueK ' iilniil lint .Stiunl,
1 Massif o Black Walnut Bedroom Sot,
Sp inp nml Ilulr ' aUrascs,
Le nher Coveied Lounge,
PluMi Knsy Chairs,
Large Koa Wardrobe,
'i B'.e- Walnut AVir.lr.ilie-,
I'. V. O rioted Maili'eiop Uurcnus,
1 Afh ii (lroiim -i't.
FcaUii'i Pillows, Mosquito N(U,
1B.W. Pillar Ex, Dining Table,
It. W. Dlnintf.r- on Omiirs.
1 K-cn'int U.'v. Si l.i)"d.
Iron Bcilsieuls II inging Immps,
GR0CKERY and GLASSWARE,
K ic'iei Stive 'iid Ut' re-il",
Kcfriget. to , Mr at Safr. Abo,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Ktc, Klc, Eie., Kti.
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this t- If i a von il
tu i'v i h. 1' ii'n in-'
a nl in iv'0 1 eon t m
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MO I GAN,
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NIUK ..to. nieri Cottni;p
.on Put cli'mwl ttteiM
niMi- Ilie Mormon hurcli, u
flue iichUU iocalit, quiet t eii'liliorliooil
Iiiquiic o A. VOOEL,
IH tf At l:d. HolT eh'neier Jt Go.'-
OO M FO Iff A 11LY Furnhli
cd Room1'. Hoard ifte.
quired. Apply nl "Clintabei
luin Hotihc," King street, oppoait'i Ka
vxaiahao Seminary. 184 tl
P.CTU1JES !N ANY STYLES !
I'rlntliiK Done lor AiuaUmi-H.
Cabinots $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
05?- Entrance on Fort Stieet. -a
Artificial Tctlh from one to an untiri
set inrfciird on gnld, wilver, allumiutiiii
and rub I ie i bases. Crown and Hridgi
Woik a s' rcinl'y. To pursonn went tap
iiilib:r (iltitea which nr a constant
s-ii'ce n irriiu'ioH to the mouih ami
'liroul, e wuuld recommend our Pro.
pliy'nciiu Aloi-tl Plate. All opeiationn
peifotiiied in nccordnnre w'nb the IntObt
improvements in denial Fciencn. Teeth
Hxtwied without pain by the use of
Nitrous Oxide (la .
E2T!)S Hotel itreet, at Dr. Grosaman'H
old stand. Fob-20-89
Club " Whiskey.
Wii loive received mother invoice
Anil oirei the h lint! for ule either in
b.iud or iiuiy putt.
Meinli i" ti' ' '" i
To Stand this Season, Jan. 1, '89
At Jluhulcla Klo u I'urni,
Tho Imported Morgan Stallion
'Glory' JW 'Glory'
SMS for Kach Mare.
M r a bred to "GLORY" can remsin
on the farm at a pasturage at $12 per
annum. Every care taken but no res
jjgyMuros not proving in foal may bu
il'iikuu 1 ui'Xv scabon free of charge, if I
bliil own the Horbe. J, GAY.
,1Tt" J!"lWlf A
Programme of Uu
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. I. Bicycle (of ati kind) Itace, a
mile dush. Pre" to nil. Ktu
tty $t. Prize $T, tloiinled by
lliu Ilawntiiin Tiumuiiy Co. and
No. 2. Running Rhcc, 1 ml'o dusb.
For Ilaivnibiu Ir-d limpc!.
Kreu for nil. Caieli welih.
Prize .Irc.Kcv Huddle, -mldlo
Cloth, Ilt.lli k Bridle, Mai tin.
gain and hip, donated by
Hon. w. E, Poster and $18
No. 3. Trotting and Pacing Race, 1
mile dn?li. For Hawaiian h"d
horses, il years o'd. To roiid
cart nnd rule. Prize Plated
Wnter-Pitcher and (50 and en.
No. 4. RurnitiK Rnce, milu dash.
For Hnwnlliin bnd lioises, 4
years old Ciilch wi-lirli. Prlie
Gup, donnled liy Hon Snmtiel
Parker and 15 and eniriea
No. ft. Trotting nnd Piielne Rnce.
1 mile hcatt Uo-t 2 in 3 n Road
U.irt. Free to nil. IMze Het
of Track Hbiiips-j, li.s ll'iwaliiin
Hotel StnMus Co. urn $f,0 and
No. C 'Uinnmg Hire, if mi'e dn:ii.
For Hawaiian Inert linrsca, 2
yearn old. Culeh weiirlit Prize
n complete Horse Suit and a
Picture and ?iG and entries.
No. 7. Ktfnnlng Rnce, J mile dash.
For Hawaiian bred hirct-, 3
years old. Caleb weifihl. Prize
n tjilk Lap Robe and a 13 ui k
nnd $15 and entries
No. 8. Running Knee, J mile dsh
Free for nil. Pi iae a Silk Untie
mid a Riding Bridle u. o 15
No. 9. Running Hiiec. ?. mile tl i-li.
Kiec for nil. Prize 2 lin-nzcs,
by the Piieilie Jliird".iu; to.
n "it Sir, anil oniric-.
No. 10 Trotting nml l'u' ivp Hue. , 1
ii.II iI'ikIi Double t am-. Ftec
io.- nil. I'tle a fih.rplMcd
toilittii-i "iiti u ar, I inline
No. U Pony It-it e. 1 i-i e ii -li. f't
liawi a" i-i ' m '" 1,
bawK Caul - ' '111 P iv
Saddle, 15: .! !' nl , ic,
-u 1 $15 iiii'j en i -.
No. i', Trotting Hue io RnaM.'an, I
mile dash. Free for all Ha.
wiiiiiii bred IniPitB. Prizn I -up
i-nbc and V lup ana $50 ai.d
No. IC Utinninc Rui:. 'J inibi diifli.
Free for u . l'i ze n ltond ait,
by tbu Ha I'uu M.iiitilnciur
ing Co an $.5 null eniricb.
..u. it. Tiottinj; Id'ce, l mile dash.
Foralllior-e that never beat
8 minutes. P- izu S't oi Har
ucs and $ 0 mm ei.tins.
No. 15. Tniehu Club Saddle Ilore
Riie. 1 nule ilnt-li. Piizts
Cute ot Cliuinpitgnc.
figy"I2ulrie.t. lo lie made tieioru Satur
day, March ., ISail, at 4 p m., al .Mr.
C. Bolte's office.
S8f' Entries each hoicu $2 50 No
PioteMotml .Jockeys al!o.-cJ. All
It Id urn to be in costume. Olily gentle
men dmcr?. :up-, elc. to owner of
winning burses. .Money prizes to riderb
01 diivuis. Each nice, 'l money ptizeu,
ibt prize , 2nd j nzu ?.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, January 10, 18b0. 1 144
to send to
JL tliu Azores lor tneir
now puichasi! through tlcKets at the
office of the underbigr.tds, at the follow
Florcs to Honolulu )
Kayal " f '
Taceiro " I
St. Michaels " $109 26.
St. George )
Tickets alxo Issued through to Azores
from Honolulu. Special rates for chil
dren under Vi yenrs of ime.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Age.ntB Burlinctnn Kouto, S. F., and
United States Azorinn Packet Line.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock,
holders of the Peoulu's Ice & Re
frigerator Co. held litis day, the follow,
tag named perronv. were elected ,s otlb
curs for the entitling year:
J IC. Wilder Pretddont,
W.W. HnP Vicc.l'ru-hhiit,
V. K. Foster Hferotnry,
W K Wall Treaswn'r,
W O, iniih Auditor.
Tie uuoiv named . Illi:er ci-nsMitite a
ho ml ot Olnctois '
W. E. POST Ell,
Send 'i) '. I. &R. o.
Honolulu, Mi.r n ", 1 ". I 0 2w
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Me.iuiBhip
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Thursday, March 14,
For Freight or Paging apply to
M, 0. IBWIN & CO., Agents.
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