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MONDAY, MAKCU 25, 1889.
SUGGESTION TO THE TRAMWAYS
Eoitou Bujllktin: A 3hort time
ago the local head of the Tramways
Company invited suggestions from
the public. A siiyupstion has fdrceil
itself upon me, iiul 1 would like,
through your piiper, to pass it on.
It is this, that in laying the tracks
the workmen who open the way be
closely followed by those who put
down'the rails and dothu ballasting.
In other words, that the opening and
closing (prickly follow each other,
and not a lontt stretch of track be
left uncompleted, in the inconveni
ence ' f uoueral travel. The adop
tion of thU suggestion, I (eel sure,
would b in the interest of the pub
lie. O.sr. of mi: Public.
Kmroi: Bu.i.r.m . 1 am not yet
satiatlcd tli.it .1. M. MacDnnald has
proved his case, and regard as falla
cious the statement that the condi
tions for vim -growing ale less favo
rable in Southern Lalilouiia, Austra
lia, hum South Afnca, than on the
mesa lands of Oahu. llaviim work
ed in the soil of Southern California
and :il-o in that of the mesa land of
Oahu, I consider m self entitled to
an opinion .i their lelative merit,
mid heiicte that the former is infin
itely heller adapted to vine-cultiue
than the latter. The subsoil of
Southern California maintains moist
ure for a very long period without
replenishment, whereas the Oahu
soil lets it out like a sieve.
I don't know that there arc any
"profes-ional" vine-growers on this
island, but there ate men here prac
tised in the cultivation and care of
vines from boyhood, some of whom
have passed most of their lifetime
at that occupation. Such men, with
practical experience of vine-culture
in other countries, having also ex
perimented here, are best qualified
to judge of the suitability or other
wise of our soil for grape-culture.
Of this number, and one whose
opinion is averse to Mr. MacDon
aid's conclusions, is
Emtok Bru.ETix: Asa member
of a community, where the respect
duo to ofllee is .strictly enforced, I am
more than diirpii&cd at the laxity of
icspect fhown by some people in this
city, for those to whom arc entrusted
powers and ermine of government.
In my community, the man is taught
fiom early childhood.thatolliee is on
tilnnuricil with an inseparable dignity,
in i.K.a mi niiioh m, that no matter
what may be the personal character
of the incumbent, or how meagre his
intellectual abilities may be the ma
jesty of his office veils all else iu his
official position. This is certainly a
portion of governmental ethics, that
no one can gainsay. Stiip the sub
ject of his ollieuV dignity, and yield
only that rciipn' v.bieh his personal,
character is wi,riii of, you tap the
very foundation f the institution,
and inaugurate a .-yrUmi that speed
ily leads to an anareliial dissolution.
In certain countries of Europe to
disparage the official character of high
governmental officers is viewed by
the laws as scaudalum magnatum,
and severely punished. But here,
every blatherskite thinks that the
most priceless privilege of his citizen
ship, is the right1 to hurl invectives,
neither choice nor refined, against
those to whom offices are entrustcd.To
the ears of a foicigncr such conduct
is not only disgusting, but abomin
able. The individual should he so
completely merged in the dignity of
his office that the respect of the posi
tion should prove an effective mail
jiguiiiht the sluts which the indi
vidual may be oubjeet to. The law
is certainly entitled to lespect and bo
is the magistrate, for they aio so
closely linked to be undivipablc, so
thought Ciceio when he said'As tho
laws aic above magistrates, o a:o
the magistrates above tho people, and
H may truly be trail!, that the niugi.s
itiatu U a-speaking law, and the law
& silent magistrate."
OFFICER OPPRESSED SAILORS.
Kdiioii Bri.i.KTK: Having heard
so much about the liberal and uiflu
niUcent treatment of sailors in the
uci vice of the United Slates, as com
pared with those iu the British ser
vice, 1 concluded to investigate the
matter, and accordingly visited an
American war ship. As fur as the
furnishing of ruttona is concerned, 1
found on information, that Uncle
Snm treated ids nephews rather gen
erously as was alio the case with
the wages paid them. I also found
by ocular demonstration, that they
aio treatei) by their oillcers in a
manner hut little calculated to in
auleatc manly ideas into them. In
fact the treatment that some of the
oillcers (many ni them raw, inex
perienced ninnifn, fresh from An
napolis) inflict upon the sailor,
though not cruel, nevertheless
partakes of the nature of tho
treatment bestowed upon a not
over-valued dog. Imagine, a mere
'Otnh, not dry behind Iub ears, and
jtlmobt loo young and tender to he
wearied, Jpfdjng it in the assumed
importance his insignificant cadet
ship, overjneu t4d enough to be his
father, and in many, many instan
ces of superior educatiou, and in all
cnes belter seamen. Theso
Infants, when oloHieil with
briof I in
authority, strut the deck with cigar
ette iu mouth, doing all in their
powor by both manner and words to
let the sailor understand the vast
and uncross.able chasm that seput
ated their lives. And when m land
if they chance to meet n blue
Jacket, the imperial manner in which
they lord it, is both ludiciimn and
disgusting,rcmiudingoneof the mon
key assuming superiority over the
mouse. Alter these eyc-couvineing
proofs 1 feel ceitaln that I would
rather receive the meagre support
raeeted out to an English sailor, and
be a free man than level in greater
pay, and live the olllccr-oppressed
life of the American.
IN RESPONSE TO N.G.
Editor IIii.i.etix: It is very m'1
doni that 1 take umbrage at any cor
lespondence that appears in your
paper; but the eoiespondeiice of
yesterday, under the heading of "A
voice from Maui," so riled me, as to
entirely riUltub the usual placidity
ol my'temper. The writer's argu
ment in reference to the per
mission of the Hoard of Education
to allow loligioiiH instmction in
schools after school hour, may l.c
tine. It due- not matter a j t to
me so far as tlio ptiuciplc i- eoneein
ed whether it i.s tine or imt. 1 could
unanswciingly allow him in ventilate
Ins childish iw.tddle to his heart's
content. There would he no gain in
attempting to answer him on that
point nay, human sympathy would
bid me make no leply, least in his
answer, his ears .should inn to an
equal eie with their shadows.
What I do object to, and what 1
think every sensible in'an,wouhl object
to, is the exhibition be makes of his
religious prejudices, which seem to
bo too dense, as to render any libeial
or enlightened thought out of the
question. That be is a narrow-minded
bigot, his expressions plainly
show. That be mistakes sophistry
for logic, the wayfaring man would
not fail to discover. That he knows
absolutely nothing of the subject on
which he writes, is patent, both by
his empty verbosity, and non-pointed
.Now, iu making his attacks upon
the various minis.ters who, under the
permission, have held religious ser
vices iu the various schools, why
should be single out the Catholic
Piiest as the bulb-eye, towaid which
he sends his shaft. If the system in
its entirety is a false one, why then
is not the actions of the nnnit-tcis of
the other sects equally as leprehen
silile as he of the Itom.m peistiasion?
To evenly balanced minds they
would be, but to such a warped and
barren brain as that of X. (i. nothing
can be worthy of commendation, but
such as can be seen through his ic
ligious spectacles. Now, Mr. X. 0.
(which I, in humility take to mean,
no good, and cheerfully acquiesce in
the interpretation) lot- mo say
to you, if you are a young man, your
ignorance will be an excuse. If a
middle aged man, your giecnness
will be vour cover. If old and vou are
at tho door of second childishness we
can cheerfully draw the cloak. Let
me say to you, for your own sake,
culture a littlo more liberality of
thought. If you desire to figure as a
newspaper ooi respondent, learn that
the public want news, not nonsense.
News pleases them, whilst the nause
ating oveiflow of a diseased leligious
lier positively disgusts them. When
.you wiito again, for your own sake,
speak truth, and no longer indulge
in expressions, that on their own
face, show but the promptinus of a
narrow mind, infected by a religious
prejudice. Faiii Pi.ay.
MARRIAGE IS A FAILURE, FROM A
WOMAN'S POINT OF VIEW.
EniTOiillui.r.pTiN : Itis justexactly
what I told my friend Mrg.Ohattcrwell.
Ah we sat at supper hibt Thursday,
says I, now you'll see that when
those men get spouting at that De
hating Society, they will all blatbci
hkite and swear that marriage i a
MiceOrB. That's nothing but their
selfishness and attfrrllpct-.x, and be
cause it suits thorn. WJiy of iiOir.-p
it is a niicocbs, but lo us poor women
I'd like to know where the buceest
comun in. And as for those IJuj.i.nTis
and "Oaette" men, both married
men at that, I'm surprised that they
did not give the women's t-ido of the
question a fair show, and I wouldn't
subscribe to their papers, not if
they'd give them to me for nothing,
and fccnd me a pair of gold spectacles
to read them with; so that's all
Man lius spoken on this (mention
in law ami in ncrintirrc, and from tho
beginning lias had the oe power to
rule and regulate this social institu
tion. Ho has experimented under
all forms of conjugal union polyan
dry, monogamy, etc., and as yet
fceiiis hatisticd with none. Milton,
Comic, JJjihwr, Ryion, Dickens,
.Shelly have long ago brought the
If this lint, been the expeiiituce of
man with all lh natural and ailili
cinl adrantages on his side, it must
be pru-emiiiently a failure for '.to
man, who. as a wife loses her individ
ual sovereignty, her personal inde
pendence, n ml her civjl rjgjits ab a
The contract of marriage tind.or t)ie
pment system violates every princi
ple of justice and fair dealing; as opo
of the. parties makes and administers
all thn laws regulating the partner'
ships and the other is lobbed of her
A woman owns her child born out
of wedlock, in inairiiigo the child be
longs to the father, In no way is a
woman ever recognized as an equal
party to tho contract.
Although most of the common law
of England )ias been modified iu the
United States, enough of tho letjer
and spirit remain to in.ikoovciy hus.
bund who is so disposed a tyrant, and
every wife a mere dependent upon
Marriage is deemed a Sapiamertt
the Church, in which women aro
taught obedience and subjection and
child-hearing her chief duty tho
wife the sacrificial lamb, tho htie
biind tho high priest at the altar.
When the Frond Divorco Hill
panful iu 1$R4, from then till 1888,
theio hae been .WOO applications
for divoice and -1000 for separation
annually, and the gteat majority by
The majority of applications iu the
Unhid States is also made by
And those who do apply by no
means represent the full number of
uuhappy wives, who would escape
from their humilitating bondage, but
an- held there by poverty, childten,
inability for self-upport and the fear
of persecution, fullering wrongs that
no law lakes cognizance of, which
language is inadequate to repteseftt.
The records of our papeis, of hus
bands killing wives and wives poison
ing husbands, prove alike the impos
sibility of amicable relations existing
between parties occupying the posi
tion of ime-tir and subject, and the
danger of holding those who arc an
tagonistic in foiccd conjugal rela
The ideal marriage, in which hove
is the ltiling principle, in which the
parlies to the conliact are equal fac
tots at the altar and fireside, equal
in dignity, honor and power under
the canon and civil laws would, if it
could be ic.rii7.ctl, be the. basis of a
(atisfactoiy and endtiiing institution.
Hut this can never be until the
inatiiago statu bo remodeled and by
a convention of sensible, whole-souled
turn and women, who, knowing
all humanity's frailties and weakness
will i'oim a union on n common
sense, equal and liberal basis.
Love and lespect once gone, time
never reconciles, but aggravates both
pai ties, and daily widens the gulf be
And we women bitterly know that
nothing is moie demoralizing to the
family than tho atmosphere of a
home where the beatitudes of love
and faith no longer sanctify the
struggles and disappointments of
I fear I write weakly, Mr. Editor,
but in my heart I feel strongly, and
sorrowfully, when I sec so many of
my sister women drifting into the
swamp of matrimony, knowing that
though a few from fortunate circum
stances may safely and happily
emerge, that a larjje proportion will
be wrecked by man's selfishness,
want of considi ration, and too fie
queutly want of honor.
Trusting sonn tier woman may
be induced to give ti-" her views,
I am, Mr. 1 .litor,
A Vr.nv Much Makiiiku Woman.
NOTICE to vJii EDITORS.
MH. V. W1LHM.M,
K'lmi, liaviiiu inn
sde mi Hs'.iirn-
iiiphI 1. 1 1 tic muliirsij.ncit fur the bum-lit
of his creditors, all persons having ny
el inns :)aiiist sod I' Wilhelm uiu
hureliv requested lo p CfCtit the scime to
thn tiii'hrsigtied at the olhcu of II. II tck
feld it Co. within llnue months rroru
dale, mill nil priknii!" indebted to suid
F. Wilhelm urn riouestcil to make im
mediate, payment In iSr. W. I). Schmidt
at Wahnea. or lo
.1. K. HACKPELD,
Assignee of P. Wilhclin.
Honolulu, March So, 18;U. 207 7t
hl'ECIAL imeiiiig of the sinck.
holdi-is of the I'nopb leu & Ite'ri-
penit'ir Co. will bo hell on PK'IUY,
Mnrcli 2!l'li, 18-.0, at 1 o'clock v. u. ar
the ''omnany's nlllce.
W. C. POSTER,
207 td Sm iihiy 1. I. & H. Co.
nHE annual lueenng of the Ilawminn
X Jockey ( lull will he held on
MONDAY, April IM. at 7:'t0 o' lock
i. m., at the Ilnwmiiin Hutu'. Keiy
member is rcquctlrd lo he present o
huiiic.s of importance has to l uiu
siilcred. C. O. UERGKR,
205 rd Secret i. ry.
BY a competent mid iriitilwoitliy Mun
in rtmeki t-per. i lei k oi n- li.nu i n
a plnniniiuir. (Jnoii Hferenee?. Apply
to .1. Hutching!-, lifi.i.priN Olllce
20) 1 w
OSI' from tho Thomas
I'lice, I'iiHoi strcit.
t-bltlVr.SX&Z March 22r.il. iil
One D.nk llmec, innikid Mtl
lirund on hip, has nghl foi ward fool
while, long tail, bhnmry mine mid f.ire
lock. licturn lo King Bros, Ho el
street, or the TIioiiihh I'hce.
ALh pernnih h.viiig claims against
W, b, Vndeiilitirg will ph-aso
prmonl them to t Inn hi: Creiglitou on or
hcfoie.liinoiiO, lbsfi. Illi lm
Will practice, in the lower courts of the
Kingdom ai aiiorni-j, intend to collect
ing iu nil iih lirnix ticrf, renting of houses
and any other Iiiikiiic-u entrusted to him.
Olllce 91 Kinjr K rcit-Upi-tnirs.
Artistic Engraver on Wood.
(hate of Har-pcr Brps- N. Y.)
Contracts Executod en Moderate Tprrns,
aSTSpeclmenH of woik nt o(Uceia
Anr Ukit. Haui'J'.ii Unos., )
New York, April, 187. J
Mr. Kellx 'dlert waH for several jeiirs
emp'oytd in thl - (Htablislinu'iit, and
found a coui)i tent enirravcr and in all
riHiiiois a rciluhlo ami uiuiuht prrnoii.
J. O. SM1THWIOK,
Pypt. E;i(f. Depi., Harpir Bros., N. Y.
"Oideni iLctlved ut J
f a, uuiTii
& Co.'e, 28 Merchant ttrcet
it i j
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On Wednesday, March 27,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At Hie re I ' nu of Mr. Punk S Dodge,
Ho en trin Ate.1', ni-iu Hie lec Works,
I will si I a' i'ublli Auction,
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
I Wsstermayer Piano,
In llrst, class couilltlon;
Lnr.'e and Snrill lhrgg,
I'lnsh Top Center Table,
Wicker Atrncliitirsaiiil I lookers,
1 Ladies B.W. Cylinder-top Vrit'g Desk,
Lfitmge, Pictures, Tables,
Spring anil Wire .M-tUno-si,
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
Mosquito Nets, Pillow,
Chilli's Ash Crib, Ctrtniti-,
1 "Whito" Automatic Sewing Machine,
Dining Chairs, Larue Mcit Safe,
GBOliKERY and GLASSWARE,
New ll.i liy Carrlugi ,
1 Kdily Ki'lrigi'tatiii
Saddle-. UniilC'i I miN,
Stove unci UIimisIIn, I0ie.
J AS. V.
A -! ioticer.
't 2 Ot
Auction Sale ol
On Thursday, ft? arch 23
AX 10 U'l'Mil'l, . .
At Hie I'loini-i, Vnii " 'lit upp e
the Puslttou .-"inn. 1 Mill -1- i at I'nc'io
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
Japa c lulniil TnU
Di'Coinled Ibiuuiiii; I.'imp3,
Vienna Caee Seal ' lialtt,
Lnei Oiirtnini, I'ietiiri'-.
I)ertrat'(l .diptmesp VrtNes !
lieiNte ul- Mid MUra-srs,
Upholstered Lounge & Tables,
Itcfngcrn or, Meatbufe,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wednrsdnj, M.ireh '2'
3 -. xi.
fnr inspection on
tli, from !i a. m. to
aiky Stock S
On Monday, April 1st, 1889,
At the auction loom of Jiiincs P
Miugim, the iiiiderMunui! -nill sell al
nuc ion by order of tho Supieme Coti.'t
in the mniter of C.ivle A: Cooke v
W. O. Smith, Assignee ot A. E. Cnoke,
Ten (lO) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of the Haiku
Of the par value of $rP0cach, numbered
from 1MB lo 4-C5 ho h ineliinive. Said
ahnrei were a-sitmed to ('n-tle fc Cooke
as cnllnleral -eiurily upen cettain notes
of the l'aellh; Nuvi'iMiinn Co , and are
now 'old iipua delimit in payment
I) ittd Honolulu, M nil 2 18.
CAl'LB & COOKE.
Vn. It. CAsrr.K, Arii.rney.
Lease f Residence
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the ri sidcuce of Mrs. G II. Luce,
Punchbowl strict, I will sell nt Public
The Lease of said Residence !
Having 4la .vusrs to run, with priTilege
of :t year- e.tteiihi'in at a monthly rentl
of $"i0. Aha at the sumo time and pluco
1 will sell the
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
Lurgn Koa Center Tab e,
Cliini're InUid Cent r Table,
Upliol. Easy Chaii'H A Sofas,
Blionj OlinirF, Wicker Easy Chalr.i,
Murblutnp Tallies, i'icturrw,
1 CJirig-lil: JPia.no,
(Ktididl Carte A Co. mnkir);
Occoiittcd Vant-ji, KotBook tjhelves,
Large Kiki B ick Ciu,
B. W. Maibletop Bedroom Set,
Sprint: and Hair Matlraenc.i,
1 I.U (ji! Hra Ucdste.id,
1 Lnrye y rdiolie,
Dreasing' Tables, Bireaue,
1 Oolurul Uiuhltiop WuBhkttnd,
1 Lmgi- Koa Olllce Table ifc DunIc,
1 Cirvul Hldtsljourtl,
0 Carved Dining Chain.
1 B. W. Pedestal Bx. Dining Table,
Crooktry, (ibisa and Plated Ware,
1 "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
(jaiden btitndi, harie Ferns,
Etc., Bio., Etc., Etc.
JAS. P. MOliGAN,
207 7t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Hv older of tho hxicntnM of the Will
ol'licv U. Hildwin, (Icceiifcil, I ill sell
in l'nbMc Auction, at my daluroom,
Qticeu street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 1st, 1889,
AT l!i O'CLOCK '(I(IS,
Tl e follow ing Pine Property to wit :
Proprij in Lataina, Iii:
1 l'nhiinitinmnnnii, a small lot on
the ;.casliore near the old Dr Dow pre
inlstfl, with buildings tlieienn used us
a lUli market ud now drawing an an
iiual uul ol 910. Areu 32 rods.
2 l'l cini!u called llalcu. line rane
land inil now mostly planted; uiRaUllo
n u res, to be .sold in 8 lots at, follows:
(i): 11)1-1000 ot an acre, whereon
stands a l.'nincsc restnuiunt, mnicd at
f7i per anmnn
(U): (!4t 000 of an net e, covered with
ol): Sol ucies of the best cane land
in Lihaiti'i, now plimtcd.
3 A lot known a- the Chspln Lot,
jtn nl cane liurii. -I0f luOl) of an iiere.
4 Sevenil lots in Moalii, LMuiimt:
l.oi 1 ;t..0 iicifi on thr Miiliuiich,
lins nti il a eocD.iuilt giove.
Ijiil 'J, :t. -t, 5, U nail 7 containhig an
ure.i of i7.1a acre!-, bel curie land,7iow
5 Opieiila a line lot of time, land,
now piantiil, lib in l'f acie.
V$ The Lane firowmp mi the fore
going premises, lictotigt, lo the LahaiiiR
hiigiir Mill and is not to lies' Id with
6 -3 rMi.ie-i in the Mittiiuuhitm mid
Kalian i lliii l.uiid; the whole lurid con
taln 'Jti75 ticios. Kichshure icprernts
Ul.'i-i bcii-H, Itnynl I'a ent I li !.
7 l-'-iil .-hare or interest in Moomuku,
HonoUauai, Hiiii, foimerly owned by
L. llaiilelez, laie Ahuptiaa,
llonolulu, March !, I-S'l.
H. P. BALDWIN,
W. Y. HALL aud
d. D. Baldwin,
Kvecutor.-, Will ol Kev D. Hadwin.
Thure will also bo bold at the smne time
and place, a lot of
13.23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
In Knannpnli, near Lahnina,
Being the tame more particttlarlv set
forth in Itojai I'a' i.t -irib7, Lind Coin
mi sion A.vard .'19'JS G to Apolo.
Egf-Furthef parliciilais can be had of
Win. It. Cuslle.
1 between M. N.
Sander and F. I.
Cut'cr under the name of Sunder'n h
pres-Co lus b' en dissolved. The liusi.
ue.-.s will he carried on In M. N. Sunders
hs heretofore. F. 1. Cutter is notautho.
riztd to collect any monies due Ihe llrm,
either on the uxpresH busineirs or for the
canngc of rubliiih.
COO lm M. X. SANDERS.
IJemoval of Barber Shoi.
MP. JARDIM ha-s removed hii
lion limn Kine street to Mcf'ar
i in 'a liilliiird Pailor.i, Foit sticet, where
he is piepared to seive with the lies
crc and neatness the avocation of his
art Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 23 Silly
WILiI, pot up hooka (daily), make
up accounts and quarterly billfi
foi such par its a, do nol keep legtilar
buokk'Cpeis Alo attend to all other
I'luee business Coinniiinications left at
the office ol Messrs. J. V. C'olburn & Co ,
or P. O. Box 420, will meet with prompt
mention. 204 4t
San Francisco, Cai, 1
February l'J, 18-0.
herewith certify that Messrs.
thoiizcd and only iigi'iim for the Ha
waiian Islands for the b.ile of our Lager
liter in ket.
JOUX W1ELAXD BREWINOCO.,
100 il John II. Wicland liioi
E. I1ROWX & CO., Proprietors
Thrti Lemonulo Works, dclre
to inform cuntomers, both at Honolulu
and neighboring Islands, that all empty
liol(le iiun-t be returned before oider
for further supplies wlM he cxecuteil.
5i03 lw.80 2t
1 Estate !
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate ou Ktilankahua I'Uins to
Lot No. 107 o GoToriuniit map
of Kulaekahua PUius, with cottage and
out. buildings, tdindt; ninl choiie fruit
Irres. Thin lot has a frontaco of 101.0
feet on Ueretaniu Mrrct ami depth of
148.4 feel, Ontaj;o now occupied by
Mr, U. Lynns
Lot No. 84 on faid map with hmipn
and oiit.htilldings Mid lino fruit and
shade tree Thii hit fionts on Yount'
Btrcet 101.0 feel nnd ha a dcplh
oN-18.4 feet and ailjolning lot 107 at
Thebe lots adjsln that valuable pro
peny owned and occupied by Mr. V.
Maertcns, and are tlio piojierly of ilri.
K5yThcy will bo Hold either h parceh
or na a whole, "or further In formation
apply to wu. o. aaimi,
iOl tf Attorney for Naucy Wirt.
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JL JL a JUJULJU.lJJUUrVj JV J J
HAVING TAKEN STOCK ANP AKE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in Ail Departments.
.lust Received n
-SSAT FISHER'S -SS-
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Parasols for S1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols i'or 32.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for 82.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
2 ONE "WiElEDB: OINJLiY -S
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
se Prices W8 parte for M Week Only !
iroLcrv xxtEisrx iioisoxTjjL.rj.
1 j .
t3T BA.UGAINS "I New Line of t& BAKGAINS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-BABDI ABE, PLOWS & GBHl lERCRMSE.
No-roltiow and Fnncy
NICK -s.roorned Cottilge
on Punchbowl btrcet
near the Mormon Church, a
flue health locality, quiet neichborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
18li tf At Kd. IIon'schl:ei.ei- .V Co.'b.
ROOMS TO LET
Rooms. Board if re.
quired. Apply at "Chambei.
lain House " King street, oppositn Ka.
waiahao Seminary. 184 tf
rrWIK lluusc and Lot belong-
JL ing to Tho. ltcwcavtle,
tdluau-d on Kiniiu street, be-
ivtcen Alapai and Kapiolani street, and
aho the Cows, WiiCi'iis and oilier pro.
perty belonKinir to Mr. Rcwckhtle. Ap
ply to Paumv Ranch. Hell Telephone
aua . :03 lv,
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
Ni:V Cutundrr Car.
liuire iu-,1 llulkhed
and hamUoniely ti immed
in firkt olas aiyle mun be i in mediately
sold W cloe an aiicumi nt, can be hi en
at W. II. Page's coinage mnnufactury,
No. 128 Fort trcet,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES of the Hawaiian DirccKry
fur 1888-0 recently puhlihhed by
tho McKcniiey Directory Co. for sale.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGINOY.
Cottage For Sale CUcup
1.8TOHY Collage, nearly
new, coulaiuh s parlor,
dining-room, 4 bedrooma, kit-
ehen, bathroom and water-closet, veran
das, stable, wagnn-slied, chicken house
ii nd yard, flower garden, etc. Lot D5x
100 teei, and luasrd jot nrtj, lining 7C7'i
feet. Situate al Kapalama, maiika bide
ot KUg street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LONG established iu a de.
idrahle locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired tease of
m years at low rental isou7ercd,(ou
account of ill-health), without bonus, tn
party buying' th Iu,rnituie at a fair
valuation, I here are 2.t room on tho
pietlilM'.i, well furnished, yielding a
iuinduouio revenui) Apply al
HAWAIIAN BUalNESS, AGENCY.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
The Leartiuu H5illier House.
P 1 9 B
v&vjfay Eta b
Goods, In JCurtce Variety.
usr - TJs
A R. ROW AT, VHerinary Burgeon,
otlice and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel '-tables, corner Hotel and Richard,
btreeta. Scientific uralment in all dii
caei of di nienlic miimalg Orders for
plnintiiin and ranch block promptly
attended m. Mutual Tekphone. 3.14,
P. o boxaan. mh.i8.ffi
Club House Dining Room
Having necured the services f a
Firnt CIrhh Cook
And made ninny other changes In the
management wo nre now pre-
Jin rid to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exportid from Balbrliian.
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (.!.'), 1ms this.
Trade Mark on each article.
By n Act of Parliament lately passed
it ip made a felony to tue the word Bal
hriggan on jf01"'8 nut manufactured,
thure either by stamping on gods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unleM th
place wher manufoetureil is also stated
in equally large lettrrs as the worat
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Orisinal Ualbriggau Hosiers,
Per W. 0. Bproull.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In all colors and styles,
Specially made to my order and pattera.
201 tf, W, C. 81'ROVSiL,
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