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WEDNESDAY, : VUCH 1, 1889.
About 'lie dtukeat piece of road
orouutl Honolulu is tbc Waikiki
toad, from tho corner near the Rifle
Range to Wnikiki. A largo portion
of the road is hedged on each side
with trees, making it disagreeably
dark when there is no moon. The
only lights visible are lights hero
and there peeping through foliage
from the windows of private resi
dences, and those attached to pass
ing vehicles. There are no street
lamps. The travel on this thorough
fare at night time is considerable, and
the road in place i dangerously
narrow. These facts arc entitled
to consideration while street lamps
arc being erected.
Kuiiiiii Hri.uiTix : Wo enjoy
your fcpicy clippings from the gay
and sprightly "llilo Record."
We pass over now its sagacious
prognostications about the time
when Byron's bay will become the
principal entro pot of the islands.
This will be before, or at the time,
or after the interests vested in Hono
lulu are transferred to Pearl river,
and llilo lias a decent landing place.
The "Record" is quite pathetic
in rcfeiriug to the "dreary stretch
between llilo' and Nona. At the
time of the Kaena rebellion in the
fall of IS OS, the sheriff of Hawaii
did not reach the place many hours
before Marshal Parke was there from
Honolulu. It i-more than probable
that the iludd 10:11 1 is-quite as neces
sary as a military mail, and a police
arrangement as i- the Volcano road
for tourist luxury and "mining brim
stone wealth" development. X.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The English Government has pro
hibited the importation of French
Emperor William's ear complaint
is again troubling him. l.ismarck
suffers from rheumatisn:.
Mr. Labouchere says that Queen
Victoria saves more than $0,000,000
per annum from the Civil list alone.
The Spanish Government lias de
cided to sell the famous Torrevieja
salt mines in order to reduce the
.The records kept in Paris hospital3
show that fewer deaths occur be
tween 7 and 11 o'clock in the even
ing than during any other four hours
of the day.
The German private schools for
the children of the nobility in Cotir
laud one of the Baltic provinces,
will be closed by order of the Rus
An offer has been made to the
Minister of Education of South
Australia of (i,000 for the right for
one year of advertising on the back
of postage stamps.
A census of the population at Si.
Petersburg lias lecently been taken
and it appears that there has been a
diminution of about eighty thousand
inhabitants feince 1881.
London is to be fortified by a
girdle of forts on its south side.
" The defences will in many case3 take
the form of intrenched camps, in
which large forces may be gathered.
I he city authorities in Pans re
serve the right of purchase of the
electric lighting plants for city
lighting any period after the first
ten years ol the concession of privi
leges. The latest addition to the family
of Emperor William of Germany is
reported to be very feeble and to
have inherited a malformation of the
left arm similar to that of his
The credit of the Australian Con
tinent seeni3 to be good. A loan of
3,000,000 at 3 per cent, put out
by Victoria, was taken at 103.4;, A
.New South Wales loan last spring
brought 10.1 J.
The Empress of Brazil has just
finished a splendidly embroidered
national Hag, which is to be sent to
Lourdes in grateful recognition of
the miraculous recovery of the Em
peror during his sojourn in Euiope.
V.OULO NOT SWEAR ON A DIRTY BIBLE.
An old gentleman of C7, an ac
countant iii Regent-street, London,
has achieved a victory over the
coroner for Westminster, wuich
others who arc summoned to berve
on juries will road with interest. He
objected to view the body ; ho de
clared he had never uten a dead
body in his life; he was now 07
years of age, and he would not look
at ono even if the coroner swore him
in. The coroner insisted and pro
ceeded to swear him ; he objected
to kiss the book on the ground that
it wn dirty, winch was too much
for the coroner's feelings, who or
dered llic recalcitrant accountant'
out of the roon.. Jurors wjio do
not wish to ten-' will no doubt ho
glad to take ihe hint. Loudon
Seventy members of the City
.K t i Council of London are reported to
be in favor of single lax, and pio-
posed to revise the Constitution of
tWT,n ifcrrirmftrTl -""" fiiiiUM-fclii
ACCIPEHT OH MAUI.
MR. X. nxXMBT KTCrtO TIT A IIORSE.
The W. G. Hall brought news
from Maui, yesterday, of :i severe
accident to Mr. Norman liulbert, at
Paia. Mr. liulbert was formcily
with Messrs. T. II. Davics & Co., of
this city . and has many friend here.
It appears that ho went from Wai
luku to l'aia for the purpose of at
tending church service there, on
Sunday last. While attempting to
catch his horse, the brute kicked
and struck him in this face, badly
lacerating the eyelids and doing con
siderable other 'damage to the face.
Ho was taken to the house of
Mr. J. V. Noble and the injiuiev
attended to by Dr. Crane. At last
accounts the patient was doing well,
and hopes were expressed of his
being able to get about in a few
days, although his entire recovery
will take time.
Mrs. liulbert, wife of Mr. John
C. liulbert, of the Hawaiian Tram
ways Co., and brother of the injured
man, went up to l'aia last evening by
the steamer Kilauea llou, to nurse
her brother-in-law. Mr. W. C.
Wilder very kindly and consider
ately, and unasl-ed, ordered the
stea'incr to go out of her regular
course, in order to take Mrs. liul
bert to her destination with as little
delav and inconvenience as possible.
O ! What do I think of the article
in the "Friend?" Go away! Have
oine pity for my innocence. If you
could see, as well as hear through
the telephone, you would detect the
blush ot conscious shame mantling
my cheeks. My, my, to what de
graded ends the boasted libeity ot
the press is brought. What?
Do 1 think lie was right. Per
haps. Morality would seem to frown
upon it, but then you know nowa
days, in the high court, oi puouc ac
tion, morality sued for a divorce
from society, and a separation was
What 8 that?
What do I think about the street
grading? Ask me something
more in keeping with a full stomach.
Yourabruptquestioning islike jump
ing from the irying pan into the fire,
What elo I think of the grading?
Why, just what any other sensible
man thinks a magninceiii lauure.
Who is to blame?
Internally speaking, I should say
the government. Of course the
heads are very nice, law-loving pa
triots, but but they are like Sir
Joseph Porter, K. C. 1J. ; they mean
well, but don't know how.
Of course he can't help it. One
could hardly expect a man to be
perfect. Excellency is the Beau
Brummell of gallants the Chester
field of the polished, and the par
excellence of the elect but then
nature in bestowing these many in
estimable qualities upon one man,
somehow seems to have entirely neg
lected paying attention to filling the
What, you have an idea? Keep
it my boy, the government will soon
advertise for such, and you can
realize upon it.
Too insignificant? No; the more
so, the belter the authorities will
What? Did I see the interior of
the balloon Saturday? No, but I
saw the Interior of the Kovernnient
there, and in an enquiring mood in
vestigating the mammoth thing.
You wonder what he wanted?
Perhaps to take some points on in
tlation. Natural gas in certain di
rections has iailed to longer fill the
bill, and of course artificial means
must be resortcil to.
You are a searcher for truth ! My
dear boy go to Zu-vendis, or some
other Utopian shades. Your chance
of finding it will be more certain
than here. Truth was tarred and
feathered long ago, anel the poor
trembling creature dare hardly show
Don't I like the telephone system?
Certainly. For the butchers, thty
can sell their meat without the risk
of the criticisms of the customer's
nose and then, it is so jolly, to in
advertaut hear another man's wife
or another woman's husband whisp
ering "friendly" secrets to other
wives husbands, or other husband's
wives, and Hello, Central! Ring
up 100G again. Can't get the con
nection? Try again What? All
right. Good night.
Englibhnicn have not now po
litical interest on the continent of
Kuropo which is woith to liicm the
life of one iSomercetshirc or North
umbrian grenadier. J would let the
Kastern Question settle ithclf. The
way to India is pretty well secured
now; and the way to India was thu
one jjreat pretest for policy such as
that which led to the Crimean war.
1 have a strong conviction myself
that Englaiids Kastern Question is
the question of what bhe is to do
with the poor and the wretched in
the East End of Loudon and the
regions of other gicat cities winch
are in a lileo condition with our East
End. f Justin McCarthy.
'1'he Russian Government has de
cided to plant tevui al thousands of
acres jn the Caucasus wit); ojives,
J S' (l"l X
DAILY BUELETTN5" JlOTWMaULVr, H, .. MAIfcCH 10, IBM.
THE DEPARTIMQ TOURISTS.
The company of tourist who
came here in charge of Mr. Hcury
C. Lyon, by the steamship Ala
meda, on the18th of February last,
will return on the Australia to-morrow,
taking with them pleasing re
membrances of their visit to our isl
ands. It is gratifying to know that
out visitors have been favoiably im
pnssed with the couniiy and peo
ple, and speak in high terms of their
experiences here. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Lyon, agent of
Raymond & Whiteomb, came here
some months ago, with the view ol
ascertaining whether it was u good
country to bring a company of tour
ists to. lie eieemeei mai it ,
went back to the United States, ami
relumed here with the paity above
alluded to. We all hope that Mr.
Lyons will, ere long, be back witli
another company. We shall always
be glad to see him. He has, by his
quiet and gentlemanly demeanor
and many good qualities, made nu
merous friends dining his two short
visits to the kingdom, all of whom
will be pleased to welcome him back
again, and any whom he may bring
ARRETING of Pii odors of Hawai
ian Rifle Association, will be held
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at the
Aillngtoii. u 7::!0 v. m. A full altcudauu
liv ui der
C. W. AIIFORD,
1!G JH Vlee.I're-ldeiit 11. It. A.
A GIRL, cay 10 or 12 years of ago to
assist In lie household duties of a
Aiplv to"l). 1$.
"NE black Walnut Parlor suite, up
horse hair in
lot of while
perfect older, also one
Hahlills, for sale cheap.
PERMITS for the use of '"tails or
Kcfi-eshliient stands at the Kapin
lani Paik on Satin day the Kith inst.
must be obtained of the midur.!gned.
W. M. GIFr'AKD,
1!),; 4t Secretary K. P. A.
KliiK i:rns. Iiit junt re-eelved
A Fine Line of Easter Cards.
Artistic Engraver on Wood.
(Lite of Harper Ib.X. Y)
Conhactg Excculed on Moderate Terms.
fiigy.Spccnir-ns of woik at ollke.-B
Airr Di'.i-T. IlAUi'mi Hnos.
New York, Apn , lh
Mi. tMlx MU 1 1 wn-- forstvcia' Jems
cninoy'd in this ist ilili li'iiei t, an l
fouiiua cimipi ti nt cnBraMr a-ei mill
ruS.i'C a lviTi'le iiiki iimiglit ii"r-mi.
.1. ti. S'-'ITIIWICK,
Sept. Kiiir. Depi., Hi r,iir Ilns., N. 1'.
IP- O ll 'Ik I (CI lU'll lit
k Uj V, 2S Meicliiiiit tl'e-et.
Royal Insurance Company.
Accumulation ol Funds, 528,002,205.00
l'iru liki t'iken at current noes and
kuUlcment imiile in Honolulu,
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
!.i KH. ly
Union Fire A. .Marine
Insurance Company of M. I
Capital, $10,000,000; Unlimited Liability.
Fire and Marine risks taken utenirent
r.ites and scillcmui.l nniitc in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
.hi 1 N
Insurance Co, of San Francisco,
Marine risks on Hull-, Cargoes, Freight
and CoimniB'dnuh ui einu-ni rules
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
General Insurance Company,
Marine risks on lln , Oiirj,'oep, Piuiylu
iiinl Cpmini-i' n- in citrient nuts.
JOHN. S. WALKER, Agent.
P.CTU3ES IN ANY STYLES
l'riiitluc Hi. tie lor AinittiMirs,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Woik Guaranteed.
Cr ISntraiieo on Toit Stieot. "iSu
Auction Salos by James F. Itloau.
On Friday, Rflach 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK V !..
W mv S.ilesrioni, Qim
e11 at Public -Vim"1 '
lmm It in-iy rnnei ie,
The Following I ohandise I
I) III "Jl ll b I- '
(VMluiiun 'ei b.
0. & u.
H. No. lli
I I. i)
" :u l
.i ii 7 (
.1 2:11 1
' " v. !t 1
1 11 040 1
" " 241 1
11 ii jjfa 1
' 4011 1
I 410 1
.. II JI,.J
" 414 I
' 4.0 1
' " 44H 1
.1 .1 4 1
" " 4m 1
v J. ute of
,. ...in ' e
1 1 case Wood I'lant'3.
Mil CM b.
licit Jb Lock".
I 'iinu IC'i'vc.
11 bdls Ynrd I! o in-.
14 otntea Wot il Washboards.
it " Zinc Wu-diboarris.
23 cases Puck's Axes.
2 " PcckV Axes.
12 " Uny's. AX'S.
No. 1 1 cic (in I AOc.
" tt 1 " Cut Axles.
"51 " U.irl Axle?,
t pktfs IJhiek'iinilli Kuilows.
Nu. U7 .V !8 2 pl;gs Ovens.
" at) &. 100 2 " Ovens.
" Itll t " 0ens.
" 102 1 " Sinve.
" 101 t " Stove.
" 105 1 " fcHVL'.
10 cases (Jiiiircoul IrniiH.
S pke Don C.irt.
1 crates lliiifjfhnni Kuekt-ts.
12 crates llinglnim Buckets.
12 d. (Jjniii;e Trees.
I ilz Neck Yokes.
II pkgs Autumn! c llnkes.
1 en-c A.u llniiiibs.
15ei esC'id M Mi lies short
17 " Ca (1 Ma clu lmif.'.
2 J k-u Nulls.
2 eu'cs Tubiilai Lirtevn-.
c. & c
J0 pe Sleani l'il e , "J i",
rt lulls M en in I'lp s. 1
W. & Co.
" bli nni I'lpe-, V it
" ho inn l'lpes, ) in.
Xo. l."i to 120 (', cni- Vic-
lor Hewing Mncliine.
Ko. l ii'i y Clime's ilenx
& hue uiu'.i..'
Uo. II 1 c:a-r deux iS
No. -1 i!c T) 1 cae Wilcc
A White Organ.
Torms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. mOllGAX,
On Wftlin'sdiiy, Blnrcli 20.
AT 10 O'CI.OCIt A. M
At O.i: riiideiioc ol Mi. M. Loi.i s i .
K ng bluet 'i" acioiiin or ilepinnri ,
I will B'.l Hi Public Auction,
His Entire Househ'd Furnifurc,
rw pii ing ii p.rt.
1 niiiplPiiiiin' Qnnupfi
1 UllIUlVUIlliH, UUUll
(A -p end il liihtiuinent) ;
Cenli-r mill fiofn It'igs.
4liglii I'eidiui Uiiii'iii'clier-,
Statutiry, Sleol Eiiffraviugs
Lirgi Maiit-1 Mirmr.
1 Handsome Uphol, Parlor Suite
Klinn) Uingi'iu ami ejaliinet,
Luru (.'tut ui!1. Drupcricj,
lllnck U'ltlinit lint Stand,
1 Massive Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Colored M iililotop;
Spills i ml lldir .tit(ni-si",
1 Double B. I. If ui W8,
Lcnllier Covccl I oiingp,
1'lusli Kasy (Jliulri-,
Large Koa Wardrobe.
2 ISInck Walnut WnrlroIie,
II. W. O diiieil Jliiili'elop liurciiub,
I Asli l ilrm in h'-i,
Pemliei PnliiWii, Mosimlto N( tJ,
1B.W. Pillar Ex. Dining Table,
I1. W. l)iniii.i oiii Uliuirs.
1 K.eirini 15. Hi iImihkI,
Iron Ilcil-'o uls II ini;iii Lunps,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARE
K irlien Hmve nnil Uii'ii-il',
Uelngei. to , .Mint Safe. A o,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Etc., Kte., Kic, Etc.
To iiirlics iiiieniiing infiiini-hin ,
thin Miie oll'ris h very dcMruliii' oppoi
tin liy, -i ihu I'mniiiiri i nunlv in-"
to d in no 1 condition, liuvinjj; b -en in
tire, Inn a eiy t-liort time
Ci?"Thu 1'iemiHn- will h -n ,. I'm
iiiriietion on TUKSD.VY, Mmch liiili,
from H a. u. to H v. m.
JAS. F. MOKtiAX,
H'l 8t A c o eer.
Lock & Gunsmith.
lictllel 8t, nt'X' to Uiueiul i'ost
All kinds of Safes &. Soales repaired.
.VI 1,0, Sowinjr llneliiiit'H nt reason-
Bell Tel. 424. (oct-25.b8-ly) P. 0. Ii. 400 '
Program of Haces R
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park 1
No. 1. Bicycle (ot any kind) ttooe, a
m ile iihsIi. I'ree to nil. En.
ty ?,t. I'rlzn ?9n, donu cd by
the liiiwidlim Tiumwny Co. and
No. !!. Un nliiir lliicc. 1 inl'o d.isli.
For HiiiviiiliiM Ir'd linrt.es.
Free for nil. Ci'i h uclulr.
Prize JrcUev .smlille, Snddle
Cloth, ltldii c llrldle, Martin.
P'lln mill hip, doniitcd ly
Hon. W. K. Foster aud $ir.
mid ttit ties.
No. 3. Trotilni' rnd Piclne Tlec, 1
milt! ilii-h. Foi lliwiilan hitl
hot.e, a yems od. To ronil
curt iiiid tide. 1'r 7.e Phited
U'ntcr.l' toh-r mid $L0 mid en.
No. 4. Running Knee, ;1 mile dnsh
For Hawaiian brul horfles. A
j earn old Cutcli wuluht. Pmo
('op, do ntcd li Hon Siimue.
Fnrkcr .ind $15nud entries
No. Ji. Trolling mid I'aeliis Race.
1 mile hciiti I5ct S in SI id Hoad
Can. Fri'o in nil. Prize 8el
ol Tiack llnrnr,-j, by Unwaiian
lion 1 Htablus Co. and 850 and
No. C. "'unninu Iticc, )f mile dafh.
Fur Iliwa inn lned horse, 2
year, old. Cimh weluht. Prize
a comp'ete Hor-e Suit and a
Piotiiri! and $ 5 ami entries.
No. 7. RunnliiL' Knee, & mile dash.
For Ilaviaiian IimiI horses., Sj
ye-ac-olil. Cateh wciiilit. Prizi
:i fiitk Lan Rub" -ind a UooU
and -15 and entries.
No. 8. K niiilni! Race, mile dah.
F a- fur nil P men Silk Kolu
a ui a Hi'Mtij, liiiilcnnd 315
No. 0. Uiinn ng K iee. mile dash.
Fiic or ii . Pi zi '2 lir"iizes,
lie il" P l lie. llindwnro Co.
aid S15 and entries.
No. 0 Tro til c and Pacing Race, 1
mil.: di sit. Double lemiH. 1-ree
lor '', Piize a Silvei plated
loibl S :l and i5'J ami entries
No. 11 Pony Rare, 1 mile dnsh. For
Itawiian ponies untier 14
liaiiiU. Catch weight. Piize
Saddle. 1$ hue. Hlnnkct, eic,
and Silo an I entries.
-o 12 ''roitiinr Rue- to Road Cm t, 1
milo Hash. Fiue lor all 11a
wail hi In I'd Inn m s. l'ri?.. Lap
Imbe and hip and .50 ai.d
No. 13, "iiiiniiuf Kice, 1J mile di'h.
Fiec tur nil. Pr ze a Road Can,
b le Hi" iian Maniilaetiil
lag C.i in. S'5 nnd entries.
io. 14. Trot n Ri.ce, 1 mile dash.
For til . hor e- ilial nceir lui
y mm ites. P. ize S3 l of Ilai-iiC-3
iii.il $ 0 iitul eiuriiB.
N'o. 15. Vnieliu ( lull S.uldle
l'.ue. 1 mile dnhli.
Cube of Oliumpiigin .
EQyEntriea to bomale beio-e Satin
day. Alineli 18bU, al -1 l- .M., al.Mi
0. Holle's oillee.
SQT Km i.- eneh I or--.- $2 .".0 Ni
i'.oiu inmil .lin'iee'. al o ei.i. il
t.deis 10 be in enMUtne. Only i;1 n,!
iien drivcrr. (up-, 'Us. I" tiwieril
viiinini; Iioim-. Money .r:z"j- lo rule
rdiivuis. Haeii iikii', 'i money iiize
st prize 'i, Si;J l i z j.
J. A. CUMflfllNS.
Honolulu, Jinn. ar In, lbt). 1 14
the Aur.H l"i- their
to (.end b
mv pnnlri-e Ihrui gh lieUe s to tin
Hire of I lie underideiied-, ut the follow
Plores to Honolulu )
Knyal ' j '
ineeira " I
St. Michncls " IJ109 25.
St. George " )
Tickets al-o l?siifd thiouKh to Azores
f'om Honolulu. Special rateti for club
!ren under 12 year- of mm.
.1 E. HROWN & CO.,
penis Hur'inelou lioule, H P., and
United St'iiea Azoriau 1'acket Line.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annua! ineitliiLT of the stock.
I older- oi Hie I'eniile'rt lee & Re.
frigeiator Co held this day, the follow,
lug naiiii'd juthh s ere elected he offl.
Oe-r-i for ibo i nuiiiiu' )ein i
J K. Wildei I'lesldent,
. W. Hal Vnc.i'redent,
W.K. Kiiei ""eerelury,
W K iill Treasurer,
W O. '"- mil ti Auditor.
Tliu a' nve mimed olllieru coniiitutu a
lioaid ol Dirt clot.-.
W. E. FOSTKK,
Serieturv I'. I. & It. Co.
Honolulu, Mar.h fi, i8!i. U0 2w
FOR SAX FRANCISCO,
'Ihe Al Siciiiisliip
Will hae Honolulu for the abovt
Thursday, March 14,
For I'Veieht or Pas-i g, apply to
VM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agei.tj.
'b. .V. .? ,r ,wfiftr
A Mi -4k. J.J
i1 . jfoHJLMtft
IIAVINO TAKEN KJOCK
Ali Goods at Greatly
SPKCIAL BARGAINS. OF
Semnants in All D Drtrr.c
Just Kccoived a
-WE WILL SELL
Our S2.50 Parasols for S1.25.
Oar $3.50 Parasols for 2.00.
Our Sl..r0 Parasols for S2.7.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
KSojx'e "VT"e:BI: oivjly aSra
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUK TIME TO PURCHASE
Tlra Prices is nmtss for 0?s Ml Only !
109 FOS8T STItMKT,
American & European
Agents for P. Lonll.ird & Co.'k Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'ft
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water WorJcs
meli - 21
FOXtT trFli iClCT,
SST BARGAINS '333 Now Line- of jjgy- BARGAINS -fS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-BAMAi, PLOWS & Gil MERCHANDISE.
Novel Lien mid Fuucy 3tlM, In Iui-dro Vnrii'tj-.
ANV person found trespassing or
shoot! goti Hie KULIOUOU fiind.
will be prosecuted.
170 lm ROItERT LISHMAN.
A GOLD open ate Lndies
Wiiteh l:!i "A. K." en.
QidYed on ihu hack, A toiitable
ruuiuil ttill bu given in the letmn of
"rtine to the Hm.i R ! Ulllce. 1!)." tf
ONE young. good
Horn' (iii.nu prefeno.l).
Apply to No S'.l Mur-l'-5
For Sale Cheap.
II. I'll Cow, four years
old, good Jersey
fctiiL'k. Must be sold al
once on account of dopnr-
tuie by the Australia. A bargain for a
poor man. Inniilie at Lr. whlineyS
s, a A 1AUGK nnd Cniufortuble
!&& "t- Hoii-o on Piiiiolibuwl
bSJlU-ii mrecl. Iieiweou Palneo Walk
and Derel.iula ulieei. Apnly to
Dis. J. S. .McGREW,
170 tf 110 cl blieet.
'PHli; Mcfnurny Hull, Ap.
JL lily to
Cor, Fort & ileichunt st,
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
. i "in
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
rlht I.oJidii)"' Millinery IFousp.
Drugs & Cfiemicals
73 Jlolei Street.
il OiN OLTJ J,TJ.
A NICK -l.roomed Cottage
on Punchbowl fctreet.
near the Mormon l lunch, a.
tine health locality, cpiiei neighborhood'..
liifpiiiuof A. VOGEL,
1811 tf At Ed. IIolbNchlaeuur ii Uo.'U..
k tHul . oil I'linmc ItnnFil tt
iwSXItia i.ulred. Apply at "Cluiraberj
luin House," King blrtot, opiiosltn lvu.
waialino Seniinnn . 181 tf
Jiiforinatiitii Wan tod.
ARKWAIiDwi'l be paid fur ixifor.
nniii'in reuuling the Ilnntuc
"Waiideilug Mimiicl," ot lloni'kong,
il.'U lone, )mi liearil of ut Honolulu, De
cember, .8:7. Apply 10
U. 0. BEUGKR,
lbO Ot Honolulu.
-1 NEW ''Invincible" Compound Cen
1 ti ilug.il Pumping Liiglni!, with At
tnehed 1'iiml. us r nnd Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of diHchsirge plpo, &
HONOLULU IRON WOlUvSCO.
San Fuancisco, Cm,
February 10, liO J
herewith eeitit'v that Messrs.
Dodd ifc ililler uro our dulv au.
Ihorl.cd and only agents for the Ha.
wailuii Islands for the sale of our Luger
Ueer in keg.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
1UQ tf John IL Wieland Bro.
JOap In ifa