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FRIDAY, JLi:CU 2D, 18S9.
A correspondent of the Hilo
"Record " whose communication to
thntvigorous little Mieet we publish
ed yesterday, seems to think that
Honolulu has ha. I more 01 the pub
lic money than she should have had.
to the detriment of 'Ililo and other
country places. That it. our opinion,
too, and we arc pleased to see the
"Record" standing up for the-rights
oI,the distlict which it reproe"nt$.
V.V ciuinot endorse u entiling which
appeals in our vunthtut cuntenti'oc
:try, hut think none less of it because
its views do nol always cbirae ta
with our own. J I standi for-H
for which wo commend it. and. wtffcs
the view of widening publicity w
make it a point to reproduce all iti,
content that are not of purely local
"it appears "to u that Honolulu,
for a lonji erie$ of years past, has
received iioin Hie public treasury a
largei proportion of I lie rovenue-
thau -in e(iiil:d)lc disbursement
wiMilil hae admitted of. and we
cannot in lainu'ss blame country
districts t(ji'tcoinp(aiiiiuK that) they
hrf!Lv'Be?n neglected. Honolulu
lives on the country, and not the
counliy un Honolulu. The produce
we ezSp'ot'tVuutV'nhiuh is our wealth,
comes from the-. Country, not from
Honolulu. Honolulu is a distribut
ing centre for the country, and not
a producing ccntic. The country
can live without Honolulu, but Ho
nolulu cannot live without the coun
try. The bulk of the ieenue comes
indirectly, 'tV W 'sine from the
jitstice. The Hilo people want
more of Inc public money, and they
have a light to want and demand it.
Other country places have the same
righ V,'(U4 rif (thvy. iVte Wish 1 1 ll4y twill
send men to the next Legislature
that will honestly and persistently
stand by them.
3We'.ffelifJtluce in Me pr65,l'rtlufi?U
syn editorial articln-i f)in' th'HiitA
'Ruyjnly'J upon Kilo's ajiteii
which certain needs are specified as.
vvbfkVtliat should be undertaken bj'
ledge of the, sfnbjwtiis 'liot sulllcicnt
.WIVm.HS. l.r an opinion asuto'
whetiitTathu. article is Teueonnble or
otherwise, but weeommeru! it to the
attention of those who arc in a posi
tion to judge.
PakcnUUaaii iiuivst..yc befrn"pray
ing for lain HiuuuiUew days, and
aure enough last night and caily
this morning a few slight showers
ell. !Xow, if other nationalities
would pitch in perhaps we might get
heavier showers. Supposing the
Japanese, Portuguese Hawaiians
and others, took their turns I think
the much uccd rjiiu-u w,ould, auraly
coma Wl? ifMnM&fortlio
qn(jie(ut, .piafiioKfHi.cufitora-, a vJiW-S
tling'perforniance might tempt the
proper windsclonvnoo'the reluctant
clouds toJSvJ'ytwae state. X
THE GUiiREHGY QUESTION. ANOTHER SUQQESTIOH.
Editor 'Bvlietk j n this mam- : "Eohor BcirxTtt.'-The,,P. C. A,"
ing's issuo of thol,P. C. Advertiser" suggests Hint air injunction ought
thero appeal nn article by "One to be applied for to restrain the
who pays," which looks tuoic like a tongue of n squalling Palace. Squat u
croak froni somu party who was not ' infiit. I would suggest that ouo
making quite so much out of tho also be applied for to restrain the
exohaugo business as he wis before tonguo of the big infant who squalls
the advent of silver, than it does . out "Ah" in nearly every tone in
like an attempt to enliijhten the the Hotel parlois from morning to
people on the currency question. I night. One Infuctkd.
"One who pays complains in the
first part of his ictter because gold
THE SECRET CONCLAVE,
SECOKD irCUTISO CCCTtXCED.
Auction Sales by Levis J. LcYoy,
Auction Sale of
B. F. EILEBS & CO.
won't stay in the country, and then
gronW in the latter part hrcause we
have a currency that will, ill
you, Mr. Editor", kindly tell me what
that gentleman fvrfit HkoY Per
hap? exchange at 8 per cent, pre
mium would suit him better and
then he could sign himself
"OSV WHO M.Kr.S OTHEl'.s I'AY."
Km whs lt ixirtiv : AVhethcr right
oc a, X Ukc tt that I am one of
bcetf "'sujust personages" referred
w iu youc'article headed "Kxamin
a.tiwu"of Teachers." 1 should have
iMfvtd that ou call us in plain
Kaaiish. examiners, and not in what
.Mrs. Partiugtou would say is "high
flt:tin illusion." I shall by no
uaean say that the writer of your
article did not know what lie was
writing about, but I am constrained
to believe that it was wiitten by
some one who was not thoroughly
conversant uith the questions as a
whole, nor with the method of con
ducting the examinations.
The writer seems a little inconsis
tent, for, alter stating that the ques
tions were "easy enough," ho goes on
to say that some of them were
"posers," and gives as a typical
example the. one as to how the can
didate would teach a class of begin
ners how to count ten.
Now. Air. Editor, the examiners
arc simply men, (not "august per
sonages"), and aic extremely liable
In getting up many questions on
divers subjects, it would be a mar
vel, indeed, were all these questions
to be the very best that could bo put.
That tin; examine! s arc animated by
a desire to be fair and to do the best
they can, I think no one will deny.
It may be that sonic of them arc in
common pai lance, and what your
editonal would seem to indicate,
ollappily, modem pathological sci
chuti furnishes a more appiopriate
alfil'cvcu a mom euphemistic phrase
tjjfij.1, ili'ts vulgar word, and classes
all .those who are inclined to be
"cranky" in a "neurotic State."
Maudsley, an acknowledged au
thority P4n the subject, tells us
th:ftj6(iMifrfcdi&positiou to neurosis
may lead to many forms of mental
lopVifJcduefeiirnud'A!vcn to hopuless
inMilyr " 158 "TSfttf informs us that
mi mill lis Vit; fiii(iies 'of a neurotic
tendency have been noted as great
They uax.ei,..in..au .unus.uid .degree,
the strange gift' iff exploring the by
prttlis bfth'e meiital and' moral life,
and of throwing side-lights, as it
were, mum .tiing-s that. , tjpA tyoad
minded philosophers cannot atnvc at
by tlieir.ieasonmg und.iuductiou
Now, my niemori' does not serve
me a!t,irt$es'er1ty',as' Iw whether'tli'e1
qi,Ut'iJfliV," iiV,,(i'ie' 'jiteplsp form Tri,
s(ii'ciJly6u pqV'it M'a's eyer presented
to applicants for teachers' certifi
cates.jl.am stjlVt rfurther doss to
ko6Jv?rTflYtUsi- or "ol I' put it" '1 am
bJnJtJftJvoinpitiiou that I did
not. "However, ft? silly a nueslion
as re si'ems, ,6 .xiimjnjRfs must be
THE PROHIBITION QUESTION.
Eonni: BfLLtTts: Although I
emiiely agree with, Tno. M. Horner
in the premises set forth in hia com
umnlcalion in your issue of yester
day under heading of "Home
steads," 1 am forced from a com
mon sense view to disagree with him
in tho concluding portion, wherein
ho takes occasion to lug in the en
tirely too much Haunted "rum"
question. Those concluding sen
tences utterly iob tho prcccding'ic
marks of their pith aud logical force,
for to any calm, dispassionate mind,
they make his premises appear but
as the means ef ventilating his pro
When will the advocates of the
abolition of liquor learn the truth,
that constant, bombastic platitudes
are not arguments, and, instead of
advancing the cause, have the un
deniable effect of stultifying the
very ineaii3 through which they hope
to accomplish their end. Example
followed by mild persuasive aigu
nicnts, showing both c.iuse and
effect, will do mote to quench the
appetite for drink than all ithce
loud, empty nothings, oven if they
conic from the pen of llacon, or
tiiple from off the tongue of a De
mosthenes. Constant hammering
makes the subjret thieadbarc, whilst
example and tact unite the. fibres
and give strength to the fabric. For
humanity's bake let the prohibition
ists cut loose from such childish
modes of argument.
A HEAVY FIHE.
the Police Court yesterday
Allien iucinmiult was tried on a
chaige of selling spirituous liquors
without a license. A number of
witnesses were examined, who testi
fied that the defendant had sold
beer on three oi'iaions on Sunday.
The Couit found him guilty and im
posed a line of ft.100, with 83.30
cn-,ts. The defendant noted an
To-inonow alternoon, the Oatiu
College Athletic Association w ill hold
ji series of athletic sports at. Kapio
lani I'.nk, commencing at 1 o'clock.
The liiiinbui of contestants, who
have enteted lor each of the twety
two events on the. piogramme. is
very huge, and, although the time
lorliaiuiiig has been somewhat short,
yet some very good records are ex
pected. Neat programmes will be
distributed in the Grand Stand.
Two special cars for intending
visitors will leave the corner of Port
and King htreets at 12:1.") o'clock,
and, returning, will leave Waikiki at
5:10. Private conveyances will be
j allowed within the Park enclosure
on presentation of tickets.
to defend it, or back
c aks to count or deal with ten.'"
ll"Ub frot'Wi'atteif lis-'V tlie'prcl'iSo
form. ,,0.f the i uvstion, , Now, it
1 would appear,. to the .evenly baJanur
edywfully flevolopeu,' rounded out
niinll 'of 'the writer of 'lour n'rVlfcle',
that this question is simply si.ly. If
.i..lo fl I"
LoiTou Isui.uitix: I
land." The wiitcr seems t
cmtMo'HyictloiS that the
,.. I ,..,-..;- - ,
to know f
what herJa,wrj;jng..,aA)iitvbut I am
not sure that he is not rclvipgtpo
hays abo'iit' .certain lafmV'611 thirt
island producing "grapes may be
.sound. It certainly appears to be
fl0 MV3SWlt$utftlH iil9'j'flJit'l
ful if actual expci uncut will supr
den very nttlyiiithuiri'0llccs and
,lfe.Jl!.BJi;irt(ViJttMlM',i vJwo you.imeb
dun to that of the genius, a
teach very young children
4 Mfiyca. 1 w wmyfiw '
tttb'c'iH re'iitiinuer. miist be' 'seeh'
lem 10 cuinvaie inc .soil nicy jnaKii
ny experience 'ictiowh- now prone
and persistent is the tendency in the
!afilyi Mental"? lite olMhfl (JlVRtlJ tp
tjiinl; W.rf0jfttnnrt luftlat tldehliinTa
which they represet. In counting
tcLu.beginiuiigrwith ilc tj,itee,
elo"., 4llouvt onnl8bten .'to rtntiy
nay to iiiosf-chifdrcnrand not the
ontiic siutM ileti ajjy, ,o;) try to
gcvhe,riasiin.onscnljlc, to be, . fully
That cape1 LOpatka has any "po-
l.HWeitHPPn'l'lV0" 'HA t'l"i (V'ltui'.i
neith'ei has Capo Horn, Good Hope,
nor any. tftlier'i!apO 'uf"ll, ".Mtyjl I'"1
wlieics, Ue,o1u,y,ctjonJo jjifttIiuieb
tipii.'ii .jAViltQr.ttv isCFiiiDiUunii.ood
patka?.If tho. candiilatc. fails on the.
laht, only one credit out of fifty is
""i , "I i iitL.Uti.n(ii. 1 1 ne iiumK-iHJiWM., ipno.greuicr man
1 1 1 !... 'I'li lniia wiiin "'"" " " "" " "i'". " "- "
iiiuiizi lie sjjv:ttiv ui. aiiw ,.. ....v.
ytejea,.?it j onjwUoraWo-'I'expt'ilse
iurliijjt'thd'fi'i'rft!"yttlr, JViliV 't'lfey
ltoteuhr ..n'p'itiist ptjioynHwo
left witnQiit(irl!Uion,tand'iiot ono
neacly,, of lm!tivo,humlrd'fiipliire
guiles your 'borit'BpcnidiMl',Apcaks of,
lilaHjfiMW''HeUUd mot. tiinS-l
rntoH ivnulrl end in the satnu nil v.
,"-".--" - ,.-'-.,'.., 1
X UeqieiJU'Ufl .viriuiy;, nuv iiuiinug r
short of actual expciimcnt will con- ,
vince me that I am. tF YOU WAN f A SERVANT,
Cwmiovvm, I X aUvcrlUe in tho "Daily Uullctin."
thejliiTilu aad,dit, 'IMiopo 'thatiBIr.
flracUonahl 'Is riglifstbtt'th'd'gra.liii'ji
T)r-odlicny''t'apal)mnes 'of Uie jaud
He can 11 nd a lUnYid theoiisers to
agreillf 111 nVljut" die's llbjcnow osC
flhe'prwclityr vlne-gi owcr wlib js 'of
diTOTTiTCYrn1lf(l?Twlll always bet
n the oiieracticaliian in Wfefprj
HnlWiMl S-ii'YIiiH much, that at
' SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
The,fplloning decisions have been
11. , KJl'.CT.IH'.XT .SLIT.
Chas. It. Bishop, S. M. Damon,
C. M. Hyde, C. M, Cooke, J. O.
(irirtiir, trustee under the will of
BIVslW:i P.. Bishop, deceased ys.
Khla(;ic) sltid Makaoni (w). In
batio'o, special Icrin March 1889, be
fore' t'h'e live justices, hi this case
the trustees of Mrs. Bishop's estate
seek to lccover of dclendants, the
possession of a p.uccl of land
J 12-1000 of an aerc'in extent, situ
ate in Kaka.iko, Honolulu, near the
Immigration Depot. v " t'
At the January term 1S.SU, a mixed
jury retuiiicd a venlict fov defend
ants. Plaintiffs excepted to Ille
verdict and moved lor a new trial
which wast 'refused pro Ibrinu by. the
presiding justice (Bicketton) to
which refusal Ihu case conids' hv
exceptions to the full Court. ' l
The decision of the lull Court
concludes as follows: "TheejghJ,
of the whole evidence fs so clearly
and decidedly in favor of tlfo plauiJ
tills', 'tlult"we fuel lliafthe jdry'mdst
either llavc'iiifhiilidoistood its'effbc't'
or luwe'actcd', whun tliuy rctiirn'ell a'
veulictfor (lfeijilai.fs,'" flOrti' tjfmd
b'ias'or prejudice, ' and w'c' feel, 00
ligedo, sqt a,side the venlicj. and,
order a pew liial, which i's'"(J9iie ac
cordingly." P. Neuiiinnii aiulJ. L.
Kaulukou for 'plUilitilfs; Ci CmmkIi
ton and S. K. Ka'ne fdr 'defe'ndanls.
j)i:si:inix(i i;(ixlh'AgT ncrvicu.
C Afong vs. Kalo (k). Desert?
ing contract servlcu-'of C'.1 Afliiic1.
ht banco, special tevurftrarcli '188ft,
writer ,of the tiiticlo was nusitiform-,
tliuiMiiu'viiHiitas. to euo, thali Jive is
of live and fifteen? If the "august
u0;i)V.viiHilvc ,to.tlie ,eandiditt'S,
it was a grievous fault, not being iu
gcrtril'luHtcfnbr thr lIic1j-"deseliV0.to
bu (854? &7 rgC9ie",c" ,11"1
thciloaid. , t y .,
Oni: or TiiK Kh'ahi.n'CUs.
before the live justices. Appeal frou
the Police Couit. Honolulu. 011 ones
lion of law,wj;c'rp, (Viq (c(cud(pV jya
charged with refusing to serve uiuur
Iuh contract. Tho Police1 ITu slice'
f ordered defendant to retufn' td the
service of Cj Afug,-Jind jfpho rc
fused to retorn"lb be'1 committed to"
prison, .ilioia to rclituiu utlianllabor
until iio consent to serve according
to woik on his schooner, in place, of
the plantation at Hilo, tho place
where he agreed to wiiik ifndurhis'
contract. The full Court is of opin
ion that the Police Justice wag, right
judgment of thu owcr Cpar.
nlltrmcd. J, A, Magoon for plain
tilf; J, H. Barenaba for defendant.
We have stated that the Rev.
Whancbufeter aroso with dignity
was tho dignity born of mental pas ,
sion and porplesity.and it found ex- (
pression in tho spasmodlo movements 1
of his expressive eyebrows; the
restless glance of his dark eyes ; the
firmly set contour of his mouth, and
the heaving of his capacious bosom.
Ycsl the Hey. Amos Whangb lister
had a bosom ; but what was con
cealed therein no man knoweth save
himself. AVhen his inward commo
tion had somewhat subsided, and lie
had cleared his throat by suudiy
muscular movements and noises, he
delivered himself thus:
"Mr. President and .gentlemen
I do not wish to find any fault, but
it seems to me there should be more
harmony amongst us than there is.
1 think'tlial Vice-President Strange
ways committed an indiscretion in
mentioning or even alluding to any
particular" nationality. Our desire
should bo to draw all into our fold,
or at least such portions as wo can
influence to conic over to our poli
tical side." (Dick Blunt interrupted
hero with the rcmaik that "it is all
fish that comes to our net," aud the
speaker then continued). "The
godwill of any nationality cannot be
gained by abuse, aud the Germans
aic ceitainly not more opposed
to the Calathumpiaii Party than are
the Portuguese whose votes will tell
to a much larger extent. Then there
are the French, whoe sensibilities
are touched on the canal question ;
and lastly the Britons whine oirs
we cannot count upon with any
degree ot certainty. Wcguiding tiic
American vote it. is equnlU uiicet
tain. except the New England vole
which wc claim as a matter ol rihl
and lor value received. Hearing
all these contingencies in mind, our
policy is to .issiunc the lole ol "all
things to all men ;' and at the same
time praise God and keep our pow
Mr. Theo. Gag congratulated the
Itev. Mr. Whaugbustcr upon his
speech. It was full of sound policy,
and shows the rev. gentleman to be
a man of the woild and a cute poli
tician. Tintriimpct the tailor did not know
what to make of the speech, but it
sounded all light.
Angus McTavish felt "dumfoond
cred ;" but "thocht it was nae sae
bad, as he had iveard waur
Dick Blunt "did not like the
speech. lie had been accustomed
to plain square dealing, and no
mealy-mouthed palaver: He might
not be a navigating politician of the
lawyer pei suasion; but he knew
something ot political economy, and
wanted to sec questions decided
upon their merits. He could nol be
'all things to all men,' nor would he
deceive an j- man by pretending to
like him if lie felt otheiwise."
This speech of Dick's did not
meet with approbation ; and the
chairman asked the backslider why
he joined the organization, it not to
work iu its interests in every way to
defeat the enemy.
"I joined to defeat tho enemy,"
replied Dick, "but I want to give
them a fair (leal."
"Nonsense" said tile chairman,
"everything is fair in war." (The
chairman was one of those military
men who had nevi'r smelt gun
powder in his life; and, how he got
the litre of "general," nubody ever
"Superlative nonsense" echoed
the Vice-President, trying at the
same time to adjust his shiit collar.
"Uncalled for bosh, "shouted Gag
the planter, "tho man is oil his
"You should he guided by my ex
ample Mr. Blunt," said Bcv. A.
Whaugbustcr mildly, "my cloth is
not likely to lead you astray."
"Blunt is a blamed fool," yelled
hong Tom in such thundering tones,
that many of the members put their
fingers in their ears to save the
drums of those organs from serious
J he chairman, with a rap on the
table, called out "order!" and an
nounced that "the subject for next
meeting .would be of a different
natuic; and he hoped that members
upon that occasion would preserve
11101 c harmony ajnong themselves."
All the members who had taken
part in the irregularities then apolo
gised to Ut chair, except Dick Blunt
who moved his pqal anil squatted
betwixt the Scotchman and the
The Chairman announced that next
meeting would He held' pursuant to
notice as buforo; and he called upon
the Itev. Whaugbustcr for a parting
hymn or melody of some kind,
Rev. A. Whaugbustcr had his
vcrbo rfcady and written as follows:
Steer our ettol o'er the bijloyyii,
From Imported Stock.
Bvunlerof the t'Miaicesiif Qls MaJMljM
"E'taiu I will i-cH at Public Auction
On Monday, Rflarch 25,
AT 1!J O'CLOCK XOOSi,
At the Piddoek In rcor of the Hon .T I.
Dowsctt's olllcc, Queen street,
24 Horses, Mares and Colts,
(More or Le?) :
Fiom Well-known Imported Stock.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1!)3 St Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On "Wednesday, March 27,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
Al tile ve-nuiiC' ol Mr Ki uiikS Dodge,
Up t sinla slrecl near tho lec Woik,
I w it s 1 n 1'uhMe .Miction.
Ths Entire Housoli'd Furniture,
i Wester mayor Piano,
In llrut class condition;
r.iirj:e nail Sni'ill Ilujjs,
I'msli Tup Center Talile,
W inker Ai tnelmirs mid Hockcrs,
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AKE OFFEKING
All &oods at Greatly Reduced Prices
-SPECIAL IUKGAINS OF-
lemrcants in All Departments.
J u-it Received a Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
:siuLU,Karmsarag "i ' '"' .i'.j1""" '-"'" -'",.' i . .
FO.R ONE WEEK
I Ladies B.W. Cylinder-top Writ'g Desk,
LiiiiiU'c, Pictures, Tallies,
Spiing and Wiic Mauiuftes,
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
-WE WILL SELL FOlt ONE WEEIC-
Our $2.50 Parasols i'or $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for 32.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our S5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
gONE THEJEIES: ONLY "g-
Moquilo Mel, Pillows,
Uhill'.i As.li 1'rili, Ciirlnin,
1 "White" Automatic Sewing Machine,
Dining Cliuira, L-iruc Meat Safe,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
New Bnby Caiiinge,
1 lMrh Itutrlgorator,
Siiililio. Garden tool-,
tstov rvacl UtoiisilN, IStc.
JAS. F. MOKGAlif,
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
-NOW IS YOUIl TIME TO PURCHASE-
Prices we prates for Oeo Ml Only !
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
Tlio Licadin;.' Milliiiory House.
On Monday, April 3th, 1889,
At the .uiclinti room of James F.
Morgan, tin- uiiilcrtimiuil will soil at
nuuiiuii by finli-i of the Supreme Couit
in thu iiniitHr of C.itle it Cooke vs
r. O, Smith, A-ignue of .V. F. Cooke,
Ten (1) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of the Haiku
Of the pur vnlne of $500 Lneh, numbered
from 4,10 to 44 boih iiteluolvp. Said
hllre' rri' assigned to C.iillu &, C'onke
us cnl'tiifriil -emrity upon certain noles
of tho I'.i ilic .Nnvijjiitiou Co, and are
now soul upon default in payment
D.Uod Honolulu. M-irch 22, 18S3.
OA&TLE & COOKE.
Wsi R. Castle, Attmuey. 201 td
ru D !?a
35,Orsr.U .SrJfXtJESlSrX HONOLULU.
Z3T BAIIGAINS "2 Now Line of sSf BAKGAINS -j
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New imoice of
SHELF-HAW ABE, PLOWS k Ml MERCHANDISE.
Real m Estate !
KovoltioH unci Fancy Goods, In X-nrjro Variety.
NICK 4-ioomed Cottagi'
on Punchbowl Mree'
near llu- Mi.rinon ( hurch, i
line health localltv, ijuiia nuiuhliorhoo 1.
Inquire of ' A.'VOOKL,
18(i tf At IC(1. Hoir-ch'iH fiei V: Co.'j.
ROOMS TO LET
Steer liqr bluntjy, tiini her. H.iilW '.,
Ia'iu'u all jpairt to, vc9niV1t; wiljowfc-f-,
'TiB iio who lotus that bowaib. '
' -'Living .iii Japan is very cheap.
You can rent a big lioiiho, keep three
.servants, liavo a (hive every day and
live off the fat of the land for ,5Q
per week, in addition to tlii tho
.law. Tho defendant claimed that, .natlveb will Uiko .off their, hats.lp
...y.i i.: i !.. ..i i.. i). ,..:i i.,i ; i .i i.
in Urazil last year and the nelts
shipped to London to he made into
IfurRrt if) UlbVfashion continues thu
monkey race will he thinned out
uiniizingly iu tho next two or threo
..rarjwuVt illJa-ntiJiil 1o muniito'. ) hi.
rJHF. ONLY LIVETaPER f
1 Honolulu "iTiu Dully llullLtlu."
50 cents per mouth.
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate on Kiiluoltulnm Plains to
I,ot7a'o. 107 on Government map
of Kulaokahiia l'luini", with colme and
out.buililiiiv's, shndo mid choice fiuit
lues. Tills lot has a froniairo oflOl.fl
feet on Uerctaniu Ktrcet aud depth ot
148.1 feul. CotiHRe now occupied bi
ll r. D. Lyons.
Jhnt So, S4 on fald map with houso
Hint 'iiil-li'iildiiigs ami lino fruit aud
tliudo tree This lot fmnts on Young
sheet 101.(1 feel mid has a depth
of 118,4 feet mill adjoining lot 107 at
Thou low adjoin th-ii viiluahlo pro.
peny owned mid ocuuplc.t hy Mr. W,
Muurtcn, nod ro thu property of Mia.
ceyi'liuj will he sold either in parcels
or us a whole. Ln fin (her information
anply to AV.M. O. SMITH,
201 tt Atiimiuy lor Nuncy Wilt.
' JOHN 1J1TSON,
ILL post up I'ookb (dally), make
up .iceounu and nniirlurlv lillla
foi Mitdi nur.iei tt. do urn !;.u- ,n,i,.,.
f Ijoolskiupeib ALo intend to all niher
otlliu iniiiict.ii (Joniiiiiinleutiuiu lefl in
lliii oilieu ol Mi-srii.... i- Colbuin A C,
or 1'. O. Hox4-.'ii, win meet with prMn.il
u'triitidii, i "01 !t
'PHE DAILY BULLETIN is a l,io
i L evcnlntrimpor T. o.-nih per mouth.
i .I it, i i .r.
ed Rooms. Roaid if re-
& quired. Apply at "Chambei-
lain House." King meet, opposite Ka.
waiahuo Seminary. 181 H
A LARGE and Comfort ihln
Ilou.-e. ou Punchbowl
btroet, between I'aluce Walk
and Buretania street. Apply to
DK.-.T. S. MdGltBW,
170 tf Hotel street.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NKW Cutuudcr Car.
ilfiL'o iiibt llnished
aud Iiundtoinely ti immed
in first clus hiyle inui ho immediately
sold to close an usignin nl, ciiu bo oven
at W. II. Pagu'tf carriage muuufactury,
No. 138 FOrt ttreet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary SurgemH
ollleo mid plntimaci at Hawaiian
Hotel lulile-. eoinei Hotel mid Richard,
stieel. Mjii-riiilie liciitmenS ia all dik
eiii'f. ot d nubile iinimals. Orders for
pl.intiition and i.mch i-tock promptly
itt undid t . Mutual Telenhono 54.
I . O lio 32(1.
Club House Dining ltooi
Having secured the services of a
Fii'Mt 4JIiihh Vook
Aud made many other cliungcs In the
miinngement wo are now pre-
partil to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolnln.
Real Balbriggan . Hosiery
Caution to Purchasors.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrfflaati
Iroland, hy Smyth & Co. (L'd), hus this.
Trade Miuk ou each aiticle,
COPIES of thu Hauaiian Directery
for 1888.'J reevntly published hy
the McKcnncy Directory Co. for sale.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
i .STORY Cottage,
J. new, contiiinTii
BV u coiiipiMi'u'inYiii JiusiiYoiUi)'
a? jipjfikeepprrplir-tlv,")-a-i In
to J. Hutching nvUfUf
a p iimiiiinn. U(iodi(,l,vienei 'Apply
rpHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "The Daily Bulletin." 50 ccntB
ulning.ioom, 4 bi-droomy, l;it-
ehen, lutthrooin and water-oloset, vcran
das, stable, wiignn.shcd, chicken houso
mid yard, flower garden, etc. Lot ll.jx
100 tcet, and leased loi adjoining 70x71
feet, Bllluuu at Kiiimliumi, mauka uidu
of King btreei. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Furnished Lodging House.
f ONG established iu a de.
JLJ sliahlo locality iu Hono
lulu, with uncxpirtil ieabo of
8H years at low icntal Isoilered, (on
aecoiii-.i of ill. health), without houus, to
party buying the iiiruliuie at a lair
valuutlou; thyiu uru 2:! toomsou, ihu
preinisu? well fnruished, yielding a
handBotnu levciiuu Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUMNESS AGENCY.
By au Act of Parliament )tnr5""Tias6ed
it in made a felony to uso tho word Bal.
briggan on goods ot maiuifaciuieil
lheie either hy fitftinping on goods,
wrapper, label iw ticket, unlciu (tho
iilace whcie uviuufnctiucd is also stated
in equally largo letters iib tho word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
Tho Origlnul Balbriggan Hoieis,
Per W. 0. BproulL
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In al) colors and styej, . ,
Specially made to my oulor and pattern,
801 tf W. O. HI'ROMJL.