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Honolulu, April 1, 1889.$
The following persons have been
appointed Assessois nml Gollcctoii
of Taxes for the respective Taxation
Divisions of the Kingdom, in accord
an.ee wiPh an Act to amend and regu
late tha Lav, relating to the appoint
ment and tenure of office of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Ta.os,
approved the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1888:
C. A. DROWN, 1st Division, Island
II. G. THEADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT C. Al'STlN, Hrd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 1th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau,
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. Thuiisto.v,
Minister of Interim .
(!. W. Asmoiti),
212 1m 82 -It
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1889.
A MODERNER VS. P. C. A.
EDirou Bbi.i.ktix: The "P. C.
A." of April 3d has an answer to
my article headed "Repeal that
Law," and it has seemingly taken
the writer, some time and untold
labor to pioduce an appaicnt con
tradictory eifect upon the few lines
I wrote, it might gratify him if 1
in my turn point out again that
which he very shrewdly omits to
notice. He charges me first iith
being incapable ot making fair state
ments of facts, secondly of not con
fining myself to legitimate infer
ences from my assumed premises,
and thirdly not avoiding the con
spicuous exhibition of petty preju
dice or personal spite.
To cut this part short, I will just
state here that for the first time dur
ing my long sojourn in these Islands
I have to experience the mortifica
tion of having underestimated the
stupidity of the "P. C. A."
The first argument this self-conceited
labyrinth of knownothingism
puts out as his picket guard is that
I do not "offer a scrap of evidence
in support of the proposition" that
other countries have no such law. I
will ask, what in the name of "when
you know how its done" have we to
do with other countries? Who in
tended to say anything at all about
the laws of utU-i' nationalities? Did
I even pretend in -ay anything about
any law except this antediluvian
fossilated worm tunneled and anti
quated production of juris prudence
and a Hawaiian Legislature?
The fact that it was framed and
enacted only 3 years ago does not
make it one bit more modern or less
ancient, barbaric or obnoxious to
civilization. Besides it is older
than 3 years.
Concluding his first paragraph P
and C and A says: "the question
at issue on the trial being, not the
merits of the law in any way, but
whether, in this particular instance,
it had beon violated."
Again, did I infer that this was
not so? Only, while not denying
the violation of the law, I argued
solely upon its merits.
Then comes this trinity and
mouthpiece of Papas, Cousins and
Aunts with milled bristles of his
porcupinat coat and vouchsafes in
dignantly a defence of the "opiatic
probaoscis" which was so dutiful in
its success. Friend, do not weep,
the surveyor is yet alive ! He dies
hard witli opium in bight. Then
comes this quotation
One man on board hides one tin or
one thousand tins of opium on the
vessel (It docs not matter). The
ship is searched, the drug is found,
consequently the ship reverts to the
Hawaiian Government." The "P.
C. A." claims that "the foregoing
is an altogether incorrect and mis
leading statemont." I deny this
flatly. If my good brother had
quoted my next paragraph, which
he very cunningly drops out of ex
istence, he would have had the key
note of the whole business ; in short
all the facts he needed to prove this
law impracticable, oppressive, ridi
culous and matchless nonsense.
Will the "Advertiser" deny that
a sailor worth a bag of dirty clothes,
a quid of tobacco, and tho effects of
a booze upon his countenance, can
not "hide" one tin of opium within
this law in such u way at to have
the ship libelled? Will you deny
the impossibility of either owners,
masters or olllcers to check any such
proceedings? In viow of this im
possibility I ask again will any na
tion see her ships confiscated through
tho instrumentality of n law which,
on tho parlof those mostly in
terested,7 is Impossible to conform
Then comes an underhanded fling
ot the captain. 'The responsibility
of owners of vessels for the nets of
their captains etc., ets." Jty titicau
tious child, you cither know more
than anybody elso or not enough.
Can you swear that in this paitictilar
case it was the captain whom this
opium belonged to? If you can arc
you aware that you liavo conspired
with the Government to let the lessi r
fish go to catch the whale? If you
cannot my brother, then to you be
longs the honor to lead the vanguaid
of "Journalistic Vermin," because
you have descended to slander?
The opium being found in the
after part of the vessel gives no
man the right to "presume" that
the captain is guilty of this act.
There is not n man on board but has
free access to that pait of tho ship
if he so choose.
No doubt the editor of the "P.
C. A." has read of the late little
episode of an American steamer in
Hayli. That vessel was in my opin
ion rightfully seized and for n
graver offence too than having opium
on boaul, yet the U. S. Government
took her in defiance of all llaytian
protest, This was moreover under
the half hem ted policy of Bayard.
Blaine will never allow the Hawaiian
Government to seize a vessel under
any such slim pretence as the law
is in the case of the "C. D. Bry
ant." Therefore I repeat, repeal
that law for goodness sake I
Proud to be classed among the
"curiously noticed incapabks" of
the "P. C. A."
THE ANNIE JOHNSON.
The American iron bark Annie
Johnson, that arrived at this port
yesterday from Newcastle, has a
recoid of a somewhat strange kind.
She was built in Scotland in 1875,
and named the Ada Ayredale, and
made one successful voyage to San
Francisco and back.
Upon her second voyage from
Cardiff to San Francisce loaded with
coal during 1870, after rounding the
Horn, anil whilst off the Galapagos
islands, her caigo of coals was dis
covered to be on fire, and the Cap
tain, finding all attempts to extin
guish the flames to be ineffectual,
decided to abandon her. Three of
her best boats were fitted with sails,
and well stocked with water and
provisions, and all hands left the
burning ship, steering a weitcily
course for the Marquesas Islands,
distant nearly 3,000, the pi availing
easterly winds making it impossible
for the boats to reach the compara
tively near toast of South America.
The boats reached the Marquesas
Islands safely after a lo days' run
before the fresh trade winds, and
there reported the loss of the ship.
Five months later the inhabitants of
Tahiti were startled by the appear
ance of a huge smoking hulk off the
port of Papeete, and many were the
conjectures as to what the stiange
craft might be. The Fiench author
ities became alarmed, and a man-of-war
in harbor at once got up steam
and went out to investigate. All
hands wcie called to quailers and
the war ship prepared for action.
Upon arriving within hail, the mys
terious visitor was discovered to be
the ill fated Ada Ayredale, that, after
her long and lonely voyage, without
a soul on board, reached, at last, a
port and made a mute appeal for
assistance. The warship sent a bgat
alongside, made fast a hawser, and
towed the derelict into Papeete har
bor, a melancholy looking object,
without masts. A cloud of smoke still
arising from her hold. All wood-work
or anything else that would burn,
being entirety consumed. The coal
that still remained continued to
burn for months, until tho authori
ties put the craft all that remained
of the once handsome clipper up to
public auction, and she was knock
ed down to the firm of A. Crawford
& Co. for a trifling sum. This firm
at once began the work of refitting
the vessel, which was accomplished
at a cost of some 875,000 The
vessel was then taken to San Fran
cisco, and after receiving further
alterations, was placed under the
American Hag and re-christened tho
Anniii Johnson, so named after a
relative of Mr. Crawford.
Arriving at San Francisco at a
time when freights to Europe were
exceptionally high, the Annie John
son was chartered for Liverpool at
such favorable rales that her new
owner reaped a golden harvest. She
has 6inco been variously em
ployed, having made several voyages
to Liverpool, China and Australia.
Captain Emerson, at present in
command of the Annie Johnson, is
well known in Tahiti as master of
the Greyhound carrying the mails
between that place and San Fran
cisco, lie is one of the right sort,
and no doubt has not forgotten the
many pleasant after-dinner stories
he both told and listened to at the
house of the late AV, Stewart, then
manager of tho Tahiti Cotton Plan
tation Co. of Atimaono.
Among the passengers by the out
going mail steamer will be Mr Jus
tice It. F. Biekeiton, who leaves for
n trip through the United States and
Canada. Ills Honor deserves tho
vacation, for it is tho first one in six
'years. IIo will probably bo ab
sent from the country about three
months, On his icturii from the
East ho will call at Seattle to visit
his two sons, who left for there a
fow weeks ago. Tho Hui.u.tin
-wishes Ills Honor it very pleasant
trip anil safe return. Aloha !
MEETING ENQINE CO, NO. I.
rntsENTATio.s to sin. n. n. thovas.
The regular monthly meeting of
Engino Co. No. 1 was held last
evening, at tho regular meeting
place, over tho Engino room, fore
man R. Moro presiding.
Calling of the l oil of members, and
leading and continuation of minutes
of the previous meeting were first
disposed of. An ndveitising bill was
read and orde cd paid, provided, as
one member facetiously temarked,'
it had not been paid before.
Mr. E. B. Thomas, First Assist
ant Foi email, tendered his resigna
tion, on account of intended depart
ure from the country. The lcsigna
tlou was accepted, as no altei native
presented itself. The vacancy thus
created was filled by the election of
Mr. B. Oulenstein. This gentle
man was first nominated, and on
motion nominations then closed. On
motion again the rules wcie sus
pended, and the Treasurer, acting
under instructions of tho meeting,
cast the vole of the company for the
nominee. Mr. Ordenstein was de
clared unanimously elected.
The secretaryship, which Mr. Or
denstein had hilheilo held, was now
vacant, and icquired filling. Several
nominees declined, until eventually
Mr. J. McVeigh was nominated and
unanimously elected, as in the case
of the assistant foreman.
Mr. Ordenstein expressed grati
fication with the confidence placed
in him, which Ins election to the.
First Assistant forcinanship indi
cated. The position might not ap
pear lo some a very important one,
but in the absence of the foreman
he would be required to fill his
place. lie hoped the foieman would
never be absent at a time of need,
hut should it so happen that he was,
he (Ordenstein) hoped that by the
assistance and cooperation of the
members he would be enabled to
discharge the duties of the posi
tion. Mr. P. O'Sullivan stated that he
had been sent for by Mr. Paiko, an
old member of that company, who
is now in a sick and disabled condi
tion, and that he (the sick member)
insisted upon paying his dues, and
if dues would not be accepted, he
wished to give, and forced upon Mr.
O'Sullivan, 510 as a coutiibulion to
the company's funds. Mr. Paiko
stated at the same time that he
would be glad of visits from any of
the members, at hi- cottage, to the
lear of the Paiko block, Nuuanu
Mr. Geo. Lucas hoped that the
members of the company would not
forget to call upon their fellow fire
man now an invalid. He had known
Mr. Paiko for thirty years and had
known him as one of the best and
The foreman, Mr. More, piesent
cd to the company, on behalf of
Mr. T. P.Cummins, a pennant. whicli
was accepted with thanks, and the
Sfcretar' was instructed to convey
the thanks of the cuinpany to the
The foreman of the companj' and
chairman of the meeting, Mr. R.
More, here aiose and said that he
had a tiiee'ial duty to perform. &'hcre
arc, said he, times in our lives which
afford pleasure, and times which
bring legiet. On this occasion
pleasure and regret combine. It is
with regret that we pait with our
First Assistant Foreman, Mr.
Thomas, and it affords me pleasure
to present him with a token of our
good feeling and appreciation. It
is my pleasurable duly, while re
gretting his depaiture, to present him
with a small gift from this company,
which, I tiust, will remind him, dur
ing his absence, of the company of
which he was once a valued mem
Mr. More then presented Mr.
Thomas with a gold-headed cocoa
nut walking cane. At the crown
was the repiesentation of a steam
engine, at one side of the gold head
an engraving of Diamond Head, and
on the other side the insciiption,
"To E. B. Thomas, Honolulu En
gine Co. No 1, First Assistant
Mr. Thomas accepted the gift with
expressions of gratitude, lie said
that he was unable lo express the
gratitude he telt, but he was thank
ful all the same. He would take
the gift with him, and in his travels
it would serve to remind him of his
association with Honolulu Engino
Co. No. 1.
Mr. Thomas tendered to the com
pany, for its use, a set of harness
complete, which wns accepted with
The meeting now adjourned, but
the members remained to pass an
hour of social enjoyment. Songs and
hpueches filled up the time. Mr.
Barker, Mr. Moro, and Mr. Walker
entertained with songs, and Mr.
Geo. Lucas and Mr. Harrington
amused with speeches.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
ltl'.KOIlE UICKEItTON J.
TuuitfiDAY, April itll.
In the matter of the estate of L.
Ahulo, deceased. Widow's petition
for allowance of accounts and dis
charge. Continued to the 8th. (J.
L. Carter for petitioner.
Thuhsimy, April 4th.
Ekimana and John A. French
each forfeited bail of $G for drunk
enness. Achioua was charged with assault
and buttery on Apua on the high
bens', on boaul the steamer C. It.
ADJOCttNF.l) MEETING OF TIF.SIDEXTS,
This morning an adjourned moot
ing of tho residents and property
ownors of Borotania street, east of
Alapai, was held at tho Chamber of
Comnicrco room. Tho attendance
was very good.
Mr. V. M. Cooke presided, and
said the first thing was to hear the
report of the committee.
Mr. J. B. Atherton said the com
mittee called on the Minister of the
Interior and round him ready to
give nny information, nts Excel
lencj' said that when the present
government came into power, a plan
was laid out with regaid to tho re
paiilng of roads in Honolulu. They
had worked ou that line until they
had made a good road from the Eh a
side of the town to Waikiki, and
f i om Queen up Nuuanu to tho sec
ond bridge. Now they had under
taken the repair of Fmtupto Kukui
street,and would then work on Nuu
anu. The next in order would be
Beretauia street from the corner of
Nuuanu to Punahou. The work
would be pushed along rapidly, in
fact, grading had alieady commenc
ed. He hoped to be able to com
ple e tho work, though there was
only S'JOOO left of the appropriation
for macadamising, and SG000 unex
pended load tax. The railioad track
now on Beretauia street was only a
tempoiary one. Arrangements had
been agreed upon between the Gov
ernment and Mr. Gribble for the
former to use the latters track during
cei tain hours of the day for bring
ing in material liom the quarry.
These arrangements had to be con
firmed by the company in London.
There would be no travel direct
across the city with a locomotive.
The Train ways Company had asked
permission of the Government lo
use a smokeless and noiseless loco
motive, nearly five bundled of whicli
are used wilh ureal success in
vaiious parts of England. It did
its woik without Irigulening horses.
Consideiable discussion then fol
lowed among those pieseut, until
finally a motion was made and car
ried unanimously that the same eoni
miltee again wait upon the Minister
of Interior and ask him to promise
thai tiie present railioad liaek be
removed within six months, or legal
mea-ures will be taken.
A committee consisting of Messrs.
W. M. Giffard and S. B. Rose was
appointed to wait on the Piesideut
of the Board of Education, and ask
that a school house be erected on
the vacant lot on Beretania street,
belonging to the Board.
The meeting then adjourned, sub
ject to the call of the committee,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular tosh Sale !
On FRIDAY, April 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Sile-roo i.s, corner of Foit and
"Queen m reels', I will sell at
Dry Goods ! Clothing !
Crockety & Glassware,
ShcKs Miuur, PofUOi-K & Com,
Whole & Ground llnley,
Lantern i-ewing Midlines,
Frebh Groceries, etc., tie.
Household Furniture !
And at 12 o'clock noon,
Two Mares in Foal
To a well-known Mull ion,
I Carriage Horse & 2 Top Buggies
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
215 It Auctioneer.
A SPECIAL ineeiinjr of thr IJnnrd of
Direcor- of IC.ipiolani Park As
fnciation will be he d at tlm nffee of
W. (J. Irwin A Co.. on FRIDAY, the
Cih hist , at II o'clock a. m.
WALTEK M GIFFAKD,
214 2t teciclnry
Are olltircd for rent or lensu for
a term of 3 c u-, viz;
Thn "Heakley Hnmcteiil " s'ttinio In
ICulihi Wnwm, together with about ten
(10; acres of knla hind, all enclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) acres, moro or
lest". Iialf of which is tliu heat of tnro
land with nn alniiidanl mid never fail
I ill.' supply of wmr a-ijnlnH the fore.
S due 'ho tnro 11ml kulu will he rented
ri'(iiU)itel) If deslud.
O' 0 Lol o' rico land, twenty two (22)
acres, mote 01 lu. ilt buildings, t-io ,
littn'o in Ka ill i Wo 'im easy ikocbs to
iliopubic roinl Hare ojipo'rtunity for
a biimll f miner.
One Lot, about nino and a half ifnXj
acree, siliiat" on the mauka side of King
street, i omlloj west of town, suitable
Two Cottages in Lilllia street, a little
above Kinjt Mreet.
C?TTIioso Properties if not dlspoped
of shortly on private terme, will ho
lrat.ed at ptihlio auction sometime In
Alo several Cottages plrauantlv and
conveniently situated, to rom nn favor
8r"FulI particulars given on iippll.
315 l?t GULIOK'S AGENCY.
TO RENT OR LEASE
Auction S&Ics by Jamos F. Morgan,
Hy order of Mr. L. It. Kerr I will s-ll
al Public Auction tit hi xtore Queen
street, (premN" tnrmcrly occupied hy
T. II. Davlcs & Co.,)
On Friday, April 5th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. 3..
A. Lot ol Tutlor Goods I
Single Suit and Pant Patterns,
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
TIHUI' AT HAM:.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
2 4 at A' cilmiciT.
A GOOD second luuiil Solid Leather
J.' W. LUNING,
21 i St P O UoxlGB.
TKNDERS AV ANTED.
A PERSON to cut, euro and bile, a
crop of l heiit liny, aliout 100
acre.'. For 'iiiictilir tno,niic of
J. K. ROHEIITSOX-,
211 lw Or .it. i. .-uudcu.
ALL pei.-ons huving rhlmt againt
W. L. Vudwibtiri; will please
present than lo I'll irhs I feighlon on ( r
LcforuJuiiuSO, 18k0. IDS Ini
'"IIE pnitiiiroMp Ik retofore 'siMine
L beiuci n M. N. Sanders an 1 F.I.
C ittcr under Hie num.- of Sunder'- L
pie-sC lia- 1) en dis-dlvi-d. The liu-i-ncs
will he ca inl mi In .M.N Sindu
as liLTelofoie. F. I. Outlet is t ot until
riztd to collect 11113 monies duo the tirni.
ettlii r on the eprci bus ness or tor the
(nrtime of illbliUh
200 lm M. N SANDERS.
REAL ESTATE TOIl SALE.
i V v L 11LE Lot at tli.
ii C'Tllel of Fort Utlli
clioul stieets, over Jjf of an
aeie with onu Collage. Applv tii
2U If J. M. VIVAS.
FOR SALE or LEASE
aj i COTTAGE lately oecu.
U'fKjif -ci- phd by Mr Harney Or
j&vlfc?fc3 ilvn-luu, i-itimtc on Emm
street, tietwteu ill" man-ions of Horn
. It Itishop, James ampln-11 nnd S. B.
Dole, ikhi Emma Squun No piim
uante 1, no dual, u 1 taio pilches Onh
11 few minutes walk to the new Bito foi
llm Uintial Union b icli itamun;
cars wanted u nl o
' E. S. CUNilA,
148 tf Union -uloon.
AWELL-imOKEN, 1st ola-
Mule, nrd 0 tets of Hat
nea. Apply to
C01. Queen & 1 um hnutt 1 blieets.
S3. OO REWARD.
Od I' irm the Thomn-
Place, Pilkoi hliei 1.
ii rrinnv moruinj!,
Much 221,(1,111 5 o'el'cl
Uue Dd'k II rre, marked with ihictl
brand on hip. ha right forward inoi
vl'ite, lonu tail, shxgey mine nnd fine
look. Return t King liros, -Hniel
btreet, or ibu Thnmis PI C. 200 tf
THE jewelry busiiiei-s heretofore car
ried nn under the firm name 01
Gomes & u icl mmi has passed into iln
bolu pos-ession and ownership of th
underslunid, by puiclmsu, nnd will
liereult'T he can ltd on by him at the
old htund, Fort btreei, Honolulu, wheie
all outstanding aceouutsarelo be scMled.
H. F. WIOHMAN.
Honolulu, Feb. Pt), I ti'.K iilH iw 8i li
San FiiANCJbCo, ('ai,
Febuiiiry 10, 18-0
WE herewith eeitify that Slcssis
Dodd & Miller are ourdul) an.
thori.ed mid only ngenis for tho flu.
waiiau Ifhtndh for Hie tub ot our Lager
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
l'JOtf John II. ttielnnd Bios.
U. MONHO. ladles' nurse. liSh
emoNed lo No :), Kukui line
RS 8TEVEN&ON, accoucheuse
ill mid luiiuv mi to. re-thnnnials
of 22 years cxpnilunce 11 1 Queen Char,
lotto Lyii'g.in.'ionpiiiil, London. Oilier
island" not objei ted to. ltesidence,
"Jordan Home," -chool direct P O.
Unx 47 ; Mutual Tulu. 87.", 170 Dm
Vichy Water !
GENUINE Vichy Water for tale.
Price, 15 centi 11 ib'zen.
J. E. 1IROWN & CO,,
211 lw 2d Uuichuut street,
S( OTT'S Geuuluo Midlothian Oatinoal
In 14 lb. tins. For salo by
J E. BROWN it CO.,
178 tf asMei chant btieot.
THE OLDEST DA7rY-inthe
X Kingdom "Tho Daily Bulletin.'
B. E. 1HLEES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
By this next steamer the Leading Milli
nery House of Chas. J. Fisliel will receive
an Entire New Stock of Goods. Notice of
opening will be given.
FORT te.TK.JEI2,X HONOLULU.
ST BARGAINS New Lino of jgy BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than cer before. New invoice of
SHELMAMAEE, PLOWS HEN'L MERCHANDISE.
INo-velticM mid Fu.iiey GootlH, In Large Viirioty.
NlUh J. roomed Cottime
on Punchbowl Mrcel
lit'.ir the .Mormon hureb, a
tine health localit , quiet neighborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
18'! tt At Kd. Hofl'-chhieecr & Co.'s.
ROOMS TO LET
MMi V cd Room,. Unanlifrc.
&gSBBa& quired. Apply at "Uhainbui.
lain House" King -treet, opposit" Kn
iMiinhuo femiiiiiiy. 'tj4 tl
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Ontumhr. Car.
riuL'e ju-i llnis-litd
und lumd-omeh Dimmed
in first olaa- style mu-t be immediately
-old 10 close nn a ignmrnt, can lie seen
it W, H. Pul'i'V ciTiaje ln.iuiifnetury.
No. 123 Fort trcui.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES if the Huwaiian Direct' r
for 1888 9 recently published by
the McKenney Diieclnrv Co for sale
Price $3 00
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
I.STOitY Cottage, nearly
now, containing parlor,
iiining.room, 4 bedroom-, kit-
eticn, bathroom and water.cloct, verun
das. stable, wngmi.slicd, chit ken boiibo
mil yard, lloer gaiden. tic. Lot flflx
100 leer, and le.ind lot ndj dnint 10x7
li.tl. Situate 111 Kapulamu, matiltn bide
of King ottcct. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging- House.
UNU established in a dc.
feiiaiilQ locality in Ilono.
lulu, with unexpired lease of
'K years at low lental i-1 lluied, (on
a coiii-t of ill-health), v ithoui bonus, to
party buying tint iiirnittiie at a fair
valuation, llieie are !M room-on the
picmire well furnished, yielding a
imiidBoine leveuuu Apply at
HAWAIIAN BU-INESS AGENCY.
Two Valuable Lots,
Mtuate on Kiilaokabua Plains to
Ii()t No. 107 on Government map
of Kulaokahua Plains, with cottage and
out. buildings, i-lutdo and choice f nit
tried. This lot has a fiontage of 101. 'I
Icet on Ueretanla stnet anil depth of
148.4 feet. Cuttago now occupied by
Mr. O. Lyons.
Lot Xo. 81 on mid map with Iioumi
anil mn-biiildinus and fluu fruit and
fhude trees This lot fronts on Young
stti et 101.0 feet nnd has a depth
of 148.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
These lots adjoin that valuablo pro.
peny owned uml occupied hy Mr. W.
.MaertetiB, and are the property of Mrs.
BGyThey will he fold either in parcels
( r lis a whole. l"o further information
a-ply to "Wu. O. SMITH,
204 tf Attorney for Nanoy Wirt.
ft Estate !
i . I 1 T
Fresh Lot of '
BLACK HOSE I
.NOTICE to CREDITORS.
VI R. F. WILIlliLM, or Wnimea,
ItJ. Ktii'ii, h-ivini! made nn assign
ment to ihe ituderMgiiid lor the butiellt
of his cirduois, all peisous having any
claims ng linst Biiid 1 Wilhclm are
heieby requested to pic.-ent the sumo to
tho undersigned at the ofllce ol n. Hack
feld & Co within tlnee months Irom
(lute, and all peisnns indebted to paid
P. WHhcliii nie requested lo make im.
mediate pitjment to Mr. W. D. Schmidt
at Waimea. or to
J. P. IIACKFFLD,
Assignee of F. Wilhelm.
Honolulu, H.ikIi 'J5, lhtO. 1O1 7t
Removal of Barber Shop.
i V. .IAKUIM Im- removed his
thj's Billiard Parlorc, Fort htreet, where
iiu id iiuuih-u iu suivi: wuii 111c uesi
care and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits 1 lie kind patronage of all.
A If. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
t uflicc unit 1 h umtic aiHnwaiian
Holel -tables, ( 01 tier lintel and R chard
streets, t-cieuilllc tieulmeut in all dis
eases of di nn sue animals Oruers for
plantation and ranch Mock promptly
alt cm id m. Mutual Teh phone 354,
P. O box 320. mh-18 89
Club House Dinii Room
Having secured the services of a
Fir.st 4J1iihh Cook
And made many other changes in the
management we are now pre-
p ired to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honoluln,
108 8 m
Real Balbriggan Hosiery
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery export d from Balbr'ggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co (I'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
By nn Act of Parliament lately PaBscd
it if made n felony to iifu the uord Hal.
hrlggau on goodu not manufactured
there, either by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, titilcsn the
filace where manufactured is also stated
a equally largo letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (LM),
The Original Unlbriggan Holers,
Per V. C. Bproull.
o I mK g
d iN 1 &
I have now ou hand a Large Assort
In all colors and stales,
Specially made to my order and pattern.
201 tf W. C. Bl'JtOUIili,