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bAIlrY BULLETIN HOTOSULir, H. X., MARCH 80, JL8S9.
'V II Ji
Pledged to neilkn Sect nor Party,
But established ti the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, iMAKOH 30, 1889.
When a gentleman fainted tlunugh
violent exertion at the Oaliu Col
lege athletic spnrN, their was no
lack of kind ft lend ready to afford
any assistance needed. As the
gentleman was recovering a voice
shouted, "give him exercise!" and
a half dozen other1 advocated the
same remedy. Just fancy, the wis
dom of prescribing exercise for an
exhausted man! About as appro
priate as asking a tailor, at the close
of a day's work, to "sit down and
rest his weary limbs," or inviting a
pedcstiian at the end of si week's
journey, to "take a walk to stretch
Thu other day a gentleman treat
ed his children several in number
to a buttle of soda water, lie
would have given them a bottle
apiece, hut it was not iced, and for
that rea-ou he did not think it safe
that they should have more than one
bottle divided between them. If it
had been iced they might each have
had a bottle it would not dis
able their stomachs. 1 always
thought before that soda water was
better and safer for the stomach
without ice than with it, and that
iced diinks, however pleasant to the
palate of those who have acquired
the habit of using them, arc injuri
ous to the inwards of mortals. Jly
impression has been, all along, that
a principal reason why Americans
are "a nation of dyspeptics" is be
cause they make too free use of ice
King street, along the line of the
tramway in the direction of Waikiki,
is now one of the best roads in Ho
nolulu. People who have carriages
say it is a pleasure to diive over it.
As I have no carriage I cannot
speak from experience only judge
1)3 the look and from the testimony
of others. But what a dreadfully
long time the street has been in pro
cess of macadamizing, and what a
pile of money it must have cost!
Some of the cost appears to ine to
have been quite unnecessary. The
jstone is brought from the quarry to
Bcretania street by a locomotive.
It is there dumped from the cars
onto the ground. It is next put into
carts and hauled by mules to King
street. Why could not a portable
track have Itren la'd from Bcretania
to King stre i. :.u ! the stone taken
directly to tin- n: wheie needed,
thereby saving the cost of tranship
ment and the mule carts?
Isn't it strange that Bcretania
street, of all streets, should remain
unmetaled, considering that along it
runs the railway by which is convey
ed the stone for all other streets?
No other street can be so easily and
cheaply macadamized as this. The
rails connecting it with the quarry
are laid along it, and have been for
years. The stone can be drawn di
rect by the locomotive to where
needed, without any additional rail
ing or any transhipment. And yet
the street remains about as it was
when the rails were first laid. The
peeple living alongside of that street
have watched, for 3'ears, the ma
tcnal passing before their doors for
the making of other streets, and
their street has got none of it.
What wonder that they arc dissatis
fied, and begin to growl I Had they
not been a reuiaikably long-suffering
people, they would have growled
savagely long ago.
Thoac "Sugar Trust" documents
published in the "Pacific Commer
cial Advertiser" read very well.
They show neither swindle nor Im
position. These two ingredients
may be in the trust, for anything I
know ; but the documents don't
phow them, so far as I can see.
Documents sometimes conceal the
real intent of their authors, like the
ship captain's papers. When the
owners said, "Captain, your papers
are satisfactory this time. On your
return fiom 3 our previous voyage
you charged in with a horse, and
wc objected to paying. This time
wo see no hoiso among the items of
expenditure." "No," haid tho cap
tain, "you don'tsec theliorsoj your
objection to that item last time
taught mo a lesson ; but tho horse
in there all thu bume." I suspect
that there is a horse in the Sugar
Trust) although the nnitnal Is not
visible in the documents of tho or
ganization. The fathers of the in
stitution aio not such fools as to
show tho horse, but 1 have a suspi
cion that if they made a candid con
fession they would admit th.it the
horse is there all the same.
Kepeal the Sunday law, and cap
size Sunday! Who wants that? 1
don't. Sunday is about the best
thing we havo ; II is the best day
in thu week. Abolish the nthcr -mx
days if you like, but u-tain Sunday.
The only song 1 ever liked is that
one about every day being Sunday
by-and-by. If my vote would secuie
it right nwaT, 1 am ready. China
has only one Sunday in the year,
and all the rest working days. It
would be more to my taste to have
one working day and all tho rest
Sundays. Why belly-ache about the
stringency of our Sunday law? You
can do pretty much n. you please
on that day, as long as you do not
disturb the quiet and repose of your
neighbor. Do you want to see the
shop and saloon doors thrown wide
open all the week, and those who
run them kept at work seven days
in the week fer yur accommoda
tion? I don't: that's all. 1 like to
spend Sunday in an idle, indolent
kind of way to lie around loose, or
take a quiet walk or drive in the
country, or go with a few friends
quietly picnicing in one of our val
leys, where the woiks of the great
Creator always inspire me with rev
erence and admiration, or go to
church when I feel like it, just as
the humor takes me on Sunday when
it conies and the law allows me to
do any or all of these things, and
compels me to do none ot them if I
would rather not. The law as it is,
is good enough for me.
Ewroit Bui.i.i:tix: Having been
repeatedly accused of being the au
thor ot the "Secret Conclave," I de
hire to state that 1 am not the au
thor, nor have I any participation in
its construction. I might further
state, that the souice from which
the accusation emanates is not
worthy of credence.
P. L. BAUni.NGTOK.
Emior Bbi.m:tin : As everybody
knows that the Government is short
sighted in all measures of public
benefit, the insulliciency of our
water supply is not to be wondered
at, and there is no use in kicking
about it, because no good can be
done just now. Under the circum
stances, people arc willing that their
water should be cut off occasionally
and for short periods when neces
sary, but cannot endure the des
potism of Government in shutting
off the water for twenty-four hours
and over, without the least warning
to people, so that thev can (ill up a
Many residences at Palama have
not had a drop of water since yes
terday morning six o'clock, and it
is about twenty-seven hours now.
This morning some people had no
water to wash their hands and faces,
and not even to make a cup of coffee.
What do you call this?
l'i lum-'Ji-i l 1"L'L-I
HOW THE ASS BECAME AH ED
ITOR. E-iutok Bui.lutin: The other ev
ening, in looking over some papers,
I found the enclosed fable. Think
ing that it might afford some amuse
ment to your readers, I respectfully
submit it for publication. Q. C.
In a certain island lying in an
unknown latitude, a great movement
was made among the animals to es
tablish a newspaper, for the purpose
of informing their fellows of such
action as mankind might be dispos
ed to take against them. All the
known animals of tho island, in res
ponc to the invitation, assembled in
the great valley of Zoology, lying
between two lofty mountains, called
Ignorance and Imbecility.
The Lion as, king of the beasts
was olectcd president, and the Ele
phant was made secretary. After
some discusson it was agreed that
the exigency of the moment requir
ed that a newspaper should bo esta
blished, and started foithwith, The
next question that was brought bo
fore the meeting, was a proper name
for tho paper. Some suggested one
name and somo another, until fin
ally, on motion of the fox, it was
agreed that the name should be,
"Properly Constructed Asininities,"
and on motion ol the same wily
member it was further ngieed that
for shortness the papor should bo
known as tho l,P. C. A."
"Having gono so far," said the
Lion, "it becomes necessary to duel
an editor to carry on the paper, and
write tho leaders. Has any member
the name of any beast to suggest')"'
Tho Wolf htiggcbted the Fox, be
cause of his natural sharpness. This
was not agreed to ; nor would tho
meeting agree to sovcrnl other names
Finally tho Camel, who had been
n silent spectator of tho proceedings,
(suggested that on account of the
peculiar political condition of the
paper, it would not. be necessary for
the editor to bo in any way gifted or
capable, but simply to act as tho
mouthpiece of tho quartette who
hold n controlling inQuonco ovor tho
beasts. He would respectfully sug
gest as a proper person for the posi
tion the Ass.
The Camel wanted to know what
peculiar qualities the Ass was pos
sessed of to render him lit for tho
To thit the Bear remarked, that
independent of the Ass' unusual ca
pability of braying or sending forth
empty nothings, he knew of his own
knowlodje,that tho Ass had plnyoda
dissector on more than one occasion,
and with very conspicuous skill, and
he would therefore be able to dissect
all questions of the day
Upon this the candidate was
elected and thus was an Ass pin cd
in the editorial chair of the "Prop
erly Constructed Asininities."
Ami it came to pass that the ti
tude of the Island was established,
and men of other climes Hocked
thereto, and did grow most prosper
ous, but the paper languished and
grew weak and unstable, and al
though the Ass did bray right lust
ily, honest beasts no longer heeded
his mouthing. A Ni:w iKsor.
M. Kego vs. S. W. Mahoe, as"
sumpsit for $120. In banco. He"
fore the five Justices. Special term
March, 188!). Exceptions from the
February term of the Fourth Judi
cial Court, where judgment was
given for plaintiff for SSG.GG. Plain
tiff appealed to the Circuit Justice
at Chambers who gave judgment for
him for S11G. Defendant appealed,
but at the February term of the Cir
cuit it was decided he had no right
of appeal from the Circuit Justice
at Chambers to a jury, and the
plaintiff's motion that the case be
stricken from the calendar was al
lowed. Defendant filed exceptions
The exceptions were allowed, and
the case ordered to be placed on the
calendar for the next term of the
Fourth Judicial Circuit Court. The
decision was signed by Judd, C. J.,
Preston, Bickerton, and Dole, J'a.
McCully .1., dissented from the
opinion. W. O. Smith for plaintiff;
A. Rosa for defendant.
SUPREME C0UHT--AT CHAMBERS.
FiiiOAY, March 20.
Petition of S. Decker, bankrupt,
for discharge from his debts. The
Court granted the petition upon the
bankrupt taking the usual oath. C.
Creighton for the petitioner.
Akinia vs. Louika Akima. Di
vorce. Defendant's petition for ali
mony, counsel fees and expenses.
Ordered that plaintiff pay defendant
8100 for counsel fees, expenses of
the trial and personal suppoit. P.
Neumann for plaintiff; V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Bi:rom: woKiniTON .i.
Wong Ko vs. The Hawaiian Gov
ernment. Assumpsit for 589.88
and interest from April ISO, 188G.
Jury waived at last January term.
Decision reserved on the hearing.
W. R. Castle for plaintiff; Attor
ney-General Ashford for defendant.
Saturday, March !30th.
It. S. Scrimgeour forfeited SO bail
Jose M. Pedro vs. J. It. Holt, Jr.
Assumpsit for SliG. Judgment for
James (.J ray vs. J. P. JUendencn.
Assumpsit for SI ''0 with S.r.7f in
terest for services. Judgment for
Lopez vs. Iirilo. Assumpsit.
Judgment for plaintiff.
TUK uiiminl muc'intc of the II.tw.ii Ltn
lookty Club will lie held on
MONDAY, "Apiil HI. at 7:30 o'clock
i". m., at lliu Hawaiian Iloto'. Kverj
nicmher is rcipictcd to ho pii-si'tit h'h
business of impoi lance lia in be con.
tddered. C. O. BURGER,
2D3 id Sccrotiiry.
I7JVEHY propci ly owner or r-Idf-nt
li of lierctHtiiii "slnct and itcij'libor.
hood east of Ahipai Micel ir leiiuesled
to attend a uiC'utinr in be held nt the
OliMii'ii'r ol ComtiHt'ce on MONO AY,
Apiil let, nt II o'clock a. u , to insider
what flcp- may be inlen m leniuvc
the nillroiid I lite U twili steum engine,
oil h'id sticet, iiImi to got mid strict to.
pulled .ind in (roci i en diiloii.
IVr order. O. O. UKRGKIt.
AWKLL-HltOKEN, 1st clnts
Mulo, and (1 Sets of liar.
Ji, neas. Apply to
Cor. tjuccn & Punchbowl stieets.
tjgh T OST from tho Thomas
JtTw&tyh "" Piiday moruinf',
arch 22m, ul 5 o'cli ok
I One Ouik Hoi ft; iiuirkol Willi thistle
Untnil on hip, Ikh right lorwaru mot
wlite, loii(i tail, sli'iuy nuno and fore.
IceU, Return to King Bros, Hotel
ftreet, or llio Tlicimis Place. iJOC tf
THE WEEK LYBU LLETI N
i. 2d coluaiiiB, pin cly local waller
Mailed to loieigu countries, i'Q per
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan,
Mortgagee's Kotlco of Foreclosure.
IX accordance w 1th the provisions ot
a certain mortgage made by 1). V.
SamUuid of Ilauiakua, Hawaii, to 0.
M. Cooko, TrctiMiicr Oaliu ' ollcgo,
dated April ISO. 1887, recorded Liber 101,
page 1011; notice h hcicby given that
llio uioilgageo Intends to foreelo-c tho
same for condition biokco, to-wlt! non
piivinent of interest.
Notice Is likewise given that after the
oxpliullou of three weeks fioni the (late
of this notice, the pi operty conveyed by
said mortgage will be adveitl ed forsalo
at public miction a tlicnuctlon rooms of
.1. V. Morgan, in Honolulu, on MON
DAY, tlie lt ilnv of April, 18 n, nt 12
noon of paid day.
I'm (her particular? can be had if V.
Dated Honolulu, Maieh G, 1SS9.
C. M. tOO ,K, Treasurer O. C.
Tho premises covered by said tnoit
gngo consist of:
A house lot la Puapaanul in Ilatna
kun, Hawaii, coinpri.-lug olio and one
half acres of land, together wilii tho
good dwelling hoic-e and outbuildings
on the place, including the appurten
ances, comprising altogether a very de
sirable homestead. Tho irutuUcs are
tlio same eonevod to mid ."-unfoi'd bv
deed of G. . Wllfong roooided In
l.ibor 77, page 1114.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
i!0i 2t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure.
IX accordance with the piovisloim of a
ceitain inui tgage iiinde by J. L.
Iinpakahl to A. .1. C'artw light and as
signed tn J. It. Iliad, dated October 20,
lt$U, rccmdi'd In Liber 105. page B2:J;
notice is heieby given that t tic moit
gajreo intend-, to fonvlo-e the -line for
condition broken, to wt: non-payment
Notice is likewise given Unit after the
c.xpiiatiuu of tin vi week from the
date, of till notice the ptopcily con
veyed by i-nld nioiliioge will lie .idvcr
tis'cd for sjiie, at Public Auction, at the
auction room of .1. K. Morgan, in Ho
nolulu, on MONDAY, the lt ilav of
April, 188(1. at 12 noon of said day.
l'uithcr pat denial's ,an be bad of W.
It. ' aMle. orto.L W . Kaliin, in al
luku. Dated Honolulu, March 5. 18fl
If. It. HIND,
Assignee of Moitgngeo
The premises covered by said niort
nage consist of certain piemises in I.a
hama. Maui. du-ciilicd as follows:
tt Tlio Aliupttaa of Kau.iula, con
taining about 5000 acres, a Hue Fti cam
of water, beautiful organge and other
fruit, tieo and kalo land.
2d The Ahupumi of Walncc-uka, It.
P. 020? to Kaliipaihala, containing
kula, kalo, cane anil hotn-c lands.
:id- A tract in Kauaul.i. of kalo land,
covered by deed of record, Liber 53,
ltli A tract of about Si acres of kaio
and kiila in Kauaula, covered oy klilc
nth 2 house-lots in Lahaina, covered
by It. P. 2737 to Namaka, containing an
area of about 1 acie. 1.1 roods.
JAS. F. MQKCrAlSr,
Oaliu College Line.
Owing to til'! v cati in at O.iliu (-'ol.
lei1!! fiom prcai'iit dili" unlil 1J5 It Apiil,
the Oaliu CoHcyc Cm i!l run us follows:
Leave O din Colli)."' 8'
1. m.,4-2) l. m. anil ti:."0 l'
a. m., 1 :20
Attention of lliu public is spcchlly
din cted to I he fact that a conimimic.i
ilnn is now uiadc with the College, imd
Waikiki four times a dut, as under:
With the Oars lcavimr I'abiuiii oi
WailiiUi at 8:10 a, m . 1 10 m 1:10
l'. m and 9.10 i ji. 2u 2t
NOTICE to OKEDITOKS.
YJR. V. WILllliLM, or Wiiiinc.i.
it.L IC.uiai, hnMii made mi tu ign.
meat to ll.e ii'idiTM.ned tor iln- beiiullt
of his cii'iiitoiv, all i'-i.oii8 liiivin nil)
cl.ilin- nKiiiiii-t 'uid l Wilhelin aie
lierrlij leiiucRlti! to p e cut the s'lneto
the undersigned nt llieo.i cool II, Iliek
feld & Co. within tlnee month-, hum
date, ami ail persons indebted to mid
F. Wilhelin are requested to make ini
mediate payment to Mr. W. D. Schmidt
at Waiinea. or to
,T. V. I1AOKFKLD,
Assignee of F. Wilhelin.
Honolulu, Mutch 25, 1BS0. iOI 7l
San Fuakcisco, Cat.., 1
February 1!), 18M) J
Wi! herewith certlly tliat .Messrs
Dodd ifc Miller are our dulj an
thoticd and only ngcntH for thu Ha.
wiillaii Islands for the sub of our Lager
liter in UeKJ.
JOHN WIKLAND BREWING CO.,
John II. Wiclund llio?.
Two Valuable Lots,
bituatu on KiilaoUaliua I'IuIuh to
HiOt V. 107 on Government map
of KuluoUahiia I'luins, with cotiago and
out. buildings, (hiitlu and choice f'ult
lues. This lot 1ms a frontage oflOl.'l
feet on Ueictnnia street and depth ol
UR.4 feet. Cotiago now occupied by
Mr. I), Lyons,
If.t Xo. 84 on laid map with houso
and out.biiildlngs and line fruit and
Elmdu iri-ts Tills lot fronts on Young
stiiel 10l.fi feet and has a depth
of 113.4 feet and adjoining lol 107 at
tho i ear.
These lots adjoin that valuable pro
perly owned and occupied by Mr. V.
Maurtcns, and are the pionerly of Mrs.
CgyThey will bo fold either in parcels
oi ns a whole, I'or further in formation
apply to Wsi. O. SMITH,
201 tf Attorney for Nancy Wirt.
m Estate !
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Hv older of ibo kxeoutnn of tlio Will
or Rev D. Hildwia, decerned, I will sell
at 1'iib ic Auction, nt my tialoiooui,
Queen street, Honolulu,
Oil MONDAY, April 1st, 1889,
AT l!i O'CLOCK SOOS,
Tl.r following Pino Proncrii to wit:
Primly in Lalialiia, I.mi:
1 I'idiumnmimanii, a sinnll lot on
the n-aMiorc near tho old Dr Dow pre
mtse.4 witii lniildini;s tlici"ii tt-ul us
a IHi mnrkct ml now drawing an uti
niml nnt ot 810. Area HI tods.
2 1'reinUen culled lla'eil, line ciine
hind mid now mostly planted, uiei II 115
ncrcs, to be Mild in i loisas fo lows:
(1): llM.1000 of an ncie, whuicon
elands a t'nitiesu ru.-tautaiit, re led at
$72 pet :uiimni
(2): lilt 000 of an acic, covered with
alpo oli.i trees
(U): 2.ol acies of tlio best cane land
I i Ij.ii una. now planted,
3 V lot knowii m thu t'lcipin Lot,
goi.d cane laiiM 4W tutJO of an ncie.
4 Several lot-tin Mmilii, Labiiina:
Lot 1 .H.iO ucies. on the suiibeaeli,
has on it a ci.coiiuil glove.
Lot 2, !l 1, 5, fl mill 7 containing an
iiicaof 7 18 acres, best cuuu land, now
5 Op'ieuln, n lino lot of cane land,
now plmitul, nb m l?.f acie.
CS" Tim (iiuu giinvni' on the foie
lioit.g pteiiii eh, belongs to the Lihaiiui
Miaul Mill mid is not to bus dd with
Pnmlsfls i Lanpali:
6 1 Hi ie In th'1 M itiin liiina ntid
Kiilnin i lint L'iud;t ,o whole liuiil con
liiins 2fi7" uctes. K ill slime lepretents
. 1.22 i.um's, Kuj.il I'ii i in I'll.
71 20 -luneor iiiiciesl in Mooiiiuku,
Hoivikiiwni, Mini, fonneily owned by
L. llailclcii, a luic Aimpiiaii.
Honolulu, Match if), I S'l.
II. P. BALDWIN,
W. W. HALL and
d d. Baldwin,
Km cutors AVill ol liev D. un dwin.
Tucre will also be -old at the same time
and place, a lol of
13.23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
In Kaanjpali, near Lalmina,
Being tlio eaii'e moie pniliculailv set
foith in Hoi nl 1'iileiil -inaT, L'uid Com.
ni'Slon AiCaid SOS.") G. to Apolo.
ESy-l'unlicr p.iMiuilaia cm lie had of
H in It. Castle.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Monday. Apii! 1st, 1839,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOOS,
At t lie auction ioom of Jimies K
Morgan, thu uiidersinned will pell in
iieiion by nrdei of the tiupieme Con t
in the matter of Castle .t Oooi.c v
W. O. Smith, Assignee ol A. F. Cooke,
Ten (lO) Shares,
Of tho Capital Stock of tho Haiku
Of the par value of $-O0caeh, numbered
fioml!i(l to 'in boh inclusive. Said
Miaies wt-ie asUnnui to Cattle is Co.iUe
ns collateral tcnthy upon ccituin note
of the i'ncillc Navigation Co, and an
now sold upon dulault in paymeai
Dated Honolulu. M rch 2. 1830.
OAsTLK & COOKE.
Wit. li. Cabii.e, Aiii.i i.cj, .
JAS. F. MORGAN,
201 id Auctioneer.
Lease of Residence
On "Wednesday, April 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the ribidetice of Mrs. G. II. Luce,
Punchbowl struct, I will sell at Public
The Lease of said Residence!
Havine; 4K yenrs to run, with nrivih-ee
of '1 yettis exteusi u at a monthly rcnlnl
ol .'i0. Alto at tlio name time and place
1 will tell tho
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
Liu go Koa Center Table,
Oliincfcc Inlaid Cent r Table,
Uphol. Etisy Chairs a Sofas,
Kboni Chairc. Wicker Eiii.y Chairs,
Marbletop Tublcs, Pietuiis,
1 Upi-ig-lit; JP'isiiio,
(Itudall Carlo & Co. mnker-);
Dccoriued Vusen, Koa Book .Shelves,
Large Koa Book Case,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Hpiing and Hair Mattras-.es,
1 Luigu Bih Bedstead,
1 Large Wmdiobe,
Dressing TnbleB, BureaiiB,
1 Colon d Mub ttop YVashstiind,
1 Large Koa Olllce Table & I).-hk,
1 Ciiivctl Siduboiiril,
fiCaivcd Dining Chairs,
1 B. W. Pf(lri,t,il lis. Dining Tabid,
Oiockti), Olassaud Plntcd Waie
1 "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
Meal Mite, Itefngeiator,
Ourden htaniU, Largo Kcnis,
X OAIimAG33 JIOltHXa :
1 2 wheeled Biuku, 1 Bel harness,
j.tc, L.U1,, r.ui., mc.
tS'-Piemisis will bo open for insrec.
tloa on Tuesday, April Cud, from 9 a. m,
to :i f. m,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
207 7t Auctioneer.
B. P. EILEKS & CO.
HAVING TAICKN STOCK AND AUK OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-Bl'EOlAI- 11A1KIA1NS OF-
Remnanfs in Ail
.lu-t Itoccivcd a
-WE WILL SELL
Our 82.GO Parasols for $1.2tf.
Our 3.50 Parasols for S2.00.
Our 84.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for S8..J0.
KiONB "wejex-s: orjuY 3jga
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUK TIME TO PURCHASE
Tlisse Prices we panning for fee
FORT JfjTItJBlfi'r, llOxNOLULU.
VST BARGAINS "a New Line of BARGAINS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New moire of
IMAEE, PLOWS k GEE 1ERC1
IVovollies and ijtuc-y Goads, In IL,jivje Varinty.
Komoval of Barber yhop.
MP. JARDIM h.- letnoved bi
-hop I roin Kin r-ttei t to McTm
HO's Iltllinrd l'liilors., Foil slieei, wl.oie
he is ptepiir:-d to seiv wlih llio liesi
cure and ne.iine the avi-cation of Jiii
itl. Solicit llio I iiul utio'i.-ii;!- of nil
m' 21 fl!i lv
jj fl iuw i-roonicu LOiiage
"Avfl xjl on runcmiowi ureci
ay.'i .J. , .1... i.,..n,..k i...v.,i. n
fin tii;ii xtiv ,ii.j iiii.ti i iiuiii, u
line licnlth locality, quiet relirlibmhood.
iiupnrcoi a. VUUJSL,
18'. tt At Ed. Iloll'scliliuaei tV Oo.V.
ItOOMS TO LET
cd Booms. ISniud if re
lOuiicd. Apply til "Chamber-
luin Iloiife" King ttreet, opposite Ka.
waialuio tjemlnaiy. 181 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
rrs, -i KtiW Cutundcr Car.
fW4 " 'Ul" J11"1 "oifliid
and hand omely tiimmed
in tirm clas-Mylo mint be immediately
bold to clo-e an ns-dgnim nt, can he H'cn
at W. II. Page' citriaiio iniinuliictuiy,
No. 12d Fori Mrcet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES of thu Hawaiian Directory
for 1888-U rccuitly published by
tho McKennoy Directory Co. for sale
Pi Ice $aco.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
i .BTOKY Cotiago, nearly
X now, coiitulning parlor,
dlniug.roum, 4 bedrooms, kit
ehon, bathroom and water-closet, vcr.ui
das, stable, wagon-shed, chicken lioiibc
and yard, Honor garden, etc. Lot U.'ix
100 tec, ami leased lot ndjuiniue; 70x7)
feet. Sitiiutu ai Kapalama, mauka side
of King sticet. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
I ONG established in a de
hlrablo locality in Hono.
lulu, with unexpired Icaso of
36 years at low rental is offered, (oa
aicou.t of ill-healtli), without bonus, to
party huyiui: tlio lurnliuro at a fair
valuation, there aru 2:1 roomn on the
oicmi-cs well furnished, yielding a
IiamiBunip icvenuu Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHA8. J. FISHEL,
The Li:uliiir Blilijuorv House.
Alt. KOW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllce and pliiiimact, at Uawniian
Hotel 'tablet, coiner Hotel and R'chard
MiCL'ts. f-cienlillc tieiitmint In all di.
e.i-". ot di mi'Mic aainmls Orders for
plantation and inncli -lock promptly
dileudul f. Mutual Telephone ii!4,
'. O I5ox 32(i. mli.lS-SO
Cliil) House Dining Room
Having seemed tho services of a
Fii'Mt J1:ihh CooJt
And made many other clinngca in tho
munngenicnt we nre now pre-
pind In put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbr'ggin,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
By an Act of Purliamrnt lately passed
It is made a fpiony to m-c the word liiil
briggun on goods not maoufftcturcd
ihoiu. either ly Mumping on goods,
wi upper, label or ticket, imlci-s tho
place whcio lninufaelurcd is also staled
in equally largo letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
Tho Original Jiallniggan Ho.-dcrs,
Per V. C. Bprouli.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In allcplorsand styles,
S, cclally pjulo to my order and pattern,
8M tf IV. O. WUOVUb.
..siWu .. aflttrt.