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DAILBttlJIJETm-;..nomLtTrAT, H. I., APRTLjB, 1689.
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Rule Respecting Demurrers.
IT is hereby ordried llint tho party
filing iv dcinuircr cither in law or
in equltv shall deliver therewith, n
statement of the mb'tnntinl matter.' of
law lntei.dcd to be at,;ucd And If itnv
demurrer shall bo dellveted or filed,
without swell 3taen cut, or with o fri
volous statement, b may It aside by
the Court or by nny .lirtlce thereof, nnd
leave may h given i ign judgment by
default in like ma tier na it the defen
dant hail not answi'nd, anil ii" nrpu
ment upon nny demurrer uh II bo al
lowed unlem sueli M-vtetncni ltnll be
filed as aforesaid.
Br the Court.
Honolulu, April .".. IBM). 21C It
Depautmknt or Finaxci:,
ilonolulu, April 1, 1889
The following persons have been
appointed Assessors nnd Collectois
of Thjcw foi tlu' respective Taxation,
Divisions of Iho Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late tho Lav, relating to the appoint
ment and tenure of ofllco of Tax
AssesMir mid Tax Collector, and tho
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
appiovo the 21l day of August,
A. D. 18S8:
C. A. BROWN, lM Division, Island
II. O. THEADWAY, 2nd Division,
Island of M.iui, Mnbikai, mid Lanai.
HE K BERT 0. AUSTIN', :5id Divi
sion, Inland of Hawaii.
JOPttl'H K. FARLEY, -Ith Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
W. L. GIIEEN,
Minister of Finnnce.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. Tiiuuston,
Minister of Interior.
C. W. Ahhkokd,
212 lm 82 ft
M.-ilirftl to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established fur the benefit of all.
YAMLIA, TRENTON, ADLER,
Narrow Escape of the Calliope.
150 Men Killed and
OVER 100 MEN INJURED !
ADMIRAL KIMBERLY SAYED !
Tbja AJftro,ejin wna intercepted at
Tutulln, by Sir. Weightnian who
fortunately atillcji fit Satnon In his
schooner EquntQr shortly after the
disaster, and offered his services to
Admiral Kimberly upon the re
picsentations tnado that some 500
American sailors were nshoro at
Satuoa, in a starving condition.
Captain Morse, humuuly decided to
go out oi his course, and bring on
as many as possible of the invnlids
Admiral Kimbcrly sent Lieut.
Vllson of the Vauilalia, to Auck
land by tho Mariposa, to charter
the Mararoa or some other steamer
to bring on the survivors of the
Vaudnliu to Sun Francisco.
The above was published in an
Extra issued soon after the arrival
of the Alameda.
SATURDAY, APRIL G, 1889.
We devote most o.f our space in
the present issue to the sad disaster
at .Samoa, which has necessitated
the holding over of local matter.
The in ws has caused considerable
excitement, among our people, and
is the one topic of conversation.
We are indebted to several gentle
men lor kind offers of Saraoan pa
pers, and also for tenders of inform
ation from piivite letter?. We owe
special thank-, aiei heieby present
them, to Mr. JJrctl, pioprielor of
the Auckland, N. Z., "Evening
Star." This gentleman is a through
passenger on the Alameda, and lias
supplied us with papers and inform
ation. The copy for our "extra,"
issued this morning, was prepared
on board Bhip by Mir. Urett, before
her arrival here. Many thanks.
The seventh organ recital by Mr.
Wray Taylor, was given last evening
ut the Kaumakapili Church. Every
seat was occupied. The elaborate
and classical programme was exe
cuted in a manner that reflects the
highest possible credit upon the or
ganist, and those who assisted him
in the cnteitainment. Mr. 'Taylor
gave six organ numbers with nil his
well known artistic finish and touch.
The boys from the,j Kamehameha
School sang a Tu Deum and the
Hallelujah Chorus with a spirit nnd
excellence of training that reflects
highly upon their leader, Hon. II.
S. Towiibetid. Mr. Paul Isenberg
Jr. sang "Das Herz ant Itbein."
Mr. Isenberg is possessed of a bari
tone voice of lemarkable sweetness
at,d purity, and his execution of
last evening evinced considerable
culture. He received a well deserv
ed encore. Miss S. It. Patch sang
areiy pretty solo, "CoTne Unto
' Me." Miss Patch's voice although
possessed of considerable range,
nevertheless is not possessed of any
remarkable, sweetness. However,
tile ludy improved considerably near
ihe end, which no doubt was the re
sult of having overcome her ner
vousness. Among th'.je present the follow
ing were noticeable: II. It. II, Prin
cess Liliuoknlani, Attorney-General
Ashford and Mrs. Ashfoid, Major
' J, II. Wodehoin-u, II. 1$. M.'s Com
missioners Mr. F. A, Schaefer,
Consul for Daly ; Honorables C. K.
Kishop, W. F. Allen, W. It. Castle,
and M. P. Robinson, Rev. W. II.
Olespn, Piiucipal Kamehameha
School ; Rev J, Waiamau, pastor
of KauniaKnpili Church ; Myron II.
Jones, organist of Central Union
'Church ; the teachers and pupils of
Knwaiahao Female Seminary, be
sides many other prominent citizens.
The Alameda, Capt. Morse, nr
rived in the harbor this morning at G
o'clock, bringing intelligence of n
terrific hurricane which passed over
the island ot Upolu, Samoa, on the
15th and lGth March, resulting in
the destruction of 14 vessels, in
cluding the U. S. S. Yandalia,
Trenton and Nipsic, and II. M. G.
M. S. Eber, Adler, and Otga.
The only vessel which succeeded
in weathering the storm was the
Calliope; all the others weic drawn
on to the inner reef or thrown up on
the beach opposite Apia, which is
now strewn with wreckage for miles.
The Vandalia lost 43 olllcers and
men, including Capt. C. N. Schoou
nviker. favorably known in Hono
lulu. The Nipsic lost seven men,
and the Trenton, one, a colored
man, named Joseph Ilcwctt, who
was killed early in the morning of
the gale. The German ship Adler
lost "20 men and the Eber 75, only
one officer and three men succeed
ing m reaching tho shore from the
The English warship Calliope,
which at one time was within twenty
yards of the reef, succeeded in slip
ping her anchors and steaming out
to sea, with the loss of boats, and
The followitur is a list of the offi
cers and men, lost from the ships:
Vandalia Capt. C. N. Schoon
maker, Paymaster F. II. Arms, F.
E. Sutton, Lieut, of Marines; John
Roche, Pay Clerk; George Merragc,
boatswain's mate ; George Gorman,
carpenter's mate; M. Craigan, C.
A. G. ; Wm. Brown, quaiter-mas-ter;
T. G. Downey, pay yeoman;
B. F. Davis, engineer's yeoman;
M.U.Joseph, engineer's yeoman;
N. B. Green, baymnn; C. II. Haw
kins, steward; C. E. G. Standford,
landsman ; W. Brisbane, captain's
steward ; Thomas Kelly and Joseph
Giiflln, firemen; W. Ilowat, C. II.;
E. M. Hammer, M. Erickson, C. P.
Kratzcr, Thomas Itcilly, John Kelly
and Henry Baker, seamen; John
Ilanchett and Frank Lecsman, first
sergeants; M. Cashcn and N. Kin
sella. corporals; II. E. Gehring. F.
Jones, G. Jordan, F. Wilford, II.
Wisted, E. Montgomery, John Sims,
G. II. Wells, O. Krans, E. Goldner,
marines and four Chinamen.
Henry Ponsell and John Gill sea
men ; G. W. Callan and Joshua
Heap, apprentices : William Watson ;
oiler; D. P. Keller, coal-bearer,
Thos. Johnson, cabin steward.
Joseph Hewlett, colored man.
Ilaschke, petty ollleer; Yungman,
fireman ; Fisher, Remus, Avisins,
Meisingcr, Loser, Wahrenberg,
Peters, Fischer, Rusch, Wenck,
Wilhelm, Schnegotzky, Yanosh,
Markus, Lenke, Keller, Beaene,
The names of thoso lost from this
Bhip are not forthcoming. Only
four, out of seventy-nine on board,
were saved. Their names were:
Lieut. Goedecker; Jaczawitz, Iters
man, Stern, Piel nnd Ehlern, sea
men, the following were on shore on
guard: Bossendowski, carpenter,
Henkets, Boldan, nnd Thiele, fire
men ; Brost seamen. ("Only J5
bodies had been recovered when tho
Alameda left Apia, J
The total wrecks under this head
ing were the barque Godeffroy, 4G0
tons, harqucntiue Agur, 20!) tons,
schooner Lily, belonging to MeAr
tluir & Co, Auckland; schooner
Upola, 08 tons, cutter Fituau, 19
tons; schooner Tafua j Ketch Nuku
iiono ; cutter Ynitello, Several small
vessels lying up the creeks were
mote or less injured.
The Nipsic and Olga were sub
sequently floated, but it is believed
they are too much damaged to he of
any further service. If possible the
Nipsic will bo patched up and sent
on to Auckland.
Tim Alameda, at the request of
Admiral Kimheiioy, brings on 10
cadets, and 80 of tho men injured
from the wreck of tho Vandalia, in
charge of Lieut, Ripey, who has
been selected to convey dispatches
The following fuller particulars
are from the "Samoan Times,"
March S3, 1889 :
In our last issue we'published a
brief account of the terrible destruc
tion of the vessels in harbor, and
the great loss of life, during the
hurricano which commenced at
about 2 o'clock, on Saturday morn
ing, the 16th inst., and lasted until
Sunday. At a little after 5 o'clock
in the morning, II I. G. M. S.
Eber was driven on the shore reef.
She broke up in pieces in a few min
utes, only one ollleer and four men
being saved. Pieces of the Eber
are now strewn about the beach in
all directions. When she struck the
reef she heeled over into deep water,
and probably her guns, which were
of groat weight, assisted in smash
ing up the vessel so quickly. The
ollleer and men immediately went to
the American Consulate, where all
assistance possible was rendeied
II. I. G. M. S. Adler also drifted
on the. same reef a little further
westward. It would hardly be (au
dited by any person who had not
seen it, that such a heavy ship as
the Adler could be lifted so high on
the reel, which is uncovered at low
water. She is now lying on her poit,
side high and dry, only a few feet
of her side being under water at
high tide. We have learned the
exact number of the otUcers and
men (20) who were lost from the
Adler, the names of whom are given
before. Eaily on Sunday morning
the woik ol rescue commenced.
Boats manned by parties fr.un
shore were engaged in 'saving
the lives of the otlicerB and
crew, who wer out on the wreck
nearly 24 hours. Capt. Fritz sut
ierud some injuries and had to be
assisted to the Ccnimu tirms' pre
mises, and heveial others were also
injured, ft is surprising' from the
loica with which the vessel went on
to the reef, that more accidents did
not occur. The shock must have
been fearful, and the Adler must
have been a strongly built vessel to
stand it so well. Sailors and Sa
moaiis are since Sunday busily en
gaged saving small arms, and other
property from the ship.
The U. S. S. Nipsic was the next
on the list of casualties. It Was ob
servable from the shore that she
could not be able to hold out. She
was drifting towards, the reef! .and
at 9 o'clock, she headed for the
shore, and just touched the point of
the reef with her rudder, which was
carried away together with her tern
post; but by skillful management of
tqc captain and olllccis they succeed
ed in beac ing her on the strand.
Great credit is due for the manner
in which the Nipsic was handled, for
if bhc had gone on to the reef a
larger number of lives would un
doubtedly have been lost. Ah it fa,
"we learn that seven men were drown
ed; but all would have, been saved
if they had stuck to the bhip.
As we now write (Tuesday) she
floats at high water, and a number
of Samoaus, and all the crew ot the
ship are busily engaged in preparing
to kuiige her oir. Wo learn that
early in the morning the Olga colli
did with liw Nipsic, doing the latter
considerable damage, carrying away
her nmoku btack,' sieam launch,
whale boat, nud part of her but
walks. On account of her smokestack
being broken off, the furnaces could
not draw to keep a full head of
steam on. Excepting for this acci
dent, the Nipsic, which has power
ful engines, might have rode out
the gale in safety. On Thursday
morning the Nipsic was successfully
floated out to her old anchorage.
Her piopellor is too much injured
to be repaired in S.unoa, and her
rudder is gone. We believe it is
the intention of the Admiral to fix a
new rudder and t-end the Nlpsii;
away under sail to either Auckland
The Vandalia wus the most unfor
tunate vebsel of the IJ. S. Squadron.
Shu drifted ubout 9 o'clock near
to the Calliope and tho 0ga, and
came into collision with both. The
Culllope struck her with great force
on tho poop doing considerable dam
age. The Vaiidulia still continued
drifting ulinohi in company with Hie
Calliope, but the latter vessel having
lost nearly all her anchors put full
slenm ou and went steadily to sen.
Sho was watched as fur us could
be seen through the mist with great
inleiest, and many surmises were
expressed as to whether she would
get out in safety. The Calliope re
turn to port on Tuesday, suffered
very little damage, except the loss
of her bowsprit and some boats.
The.Cuptaiu of the Vandalia seeing
no hope of saving Ins ship headed
her lor the shore, and in endeavor
ing to i each the sandy beach nn
lorUinately struck the reef, filled
and sank beforp she cquJcI be
lieaohed, within fifty yards from the
stem Qf the Nipsic. The Captain,
Paymaster, Pay Clerk, Lieut, of
Mnilnos and many men were washed
overboard. Tho vessel was com
pletely subtueiged, and all hands
had to take to tho rigging, where
they remalno I until the Trenton was
driven nlo gs le about 8 o'clock in
the night, vnon most of the olllcers
and crew, went fo tho Trenton, ex
cepting Lieut. Ripley who jumped
into the sea, just before the mast
gave way, and with great dilllculty
swam to the slioie. He then pro
cured a whale boat, nud with the
aid of Somoan9 got a line brought
out to the wreck. The loss of life
in the Vandalia, wero the Com
mander, three officers, and thlrty-
. nine seamen and marines. Divers
have been engaged since Monday.
On Tuesday the safe was recovered,
which contains we hoar about
The Trenton tneanwliilo was
gradually coming closer to the land.
She had her bridal ports broken in,
which left an opening, nnd tho sea
came in great quantities through
this opening and the hawse pipe
getting into the tires. This was uu
foituualcly fatal to the chances of
saving the Admiral's ship. The n
gincers were unable to keep steam
up. All bands were ordered to the
pumps, which were kept constantly
going all day. About 3 o'clock the
Trenton had drifted down towards
the Olga, which vessel was then
about 500 yards from the reef.
Bulb vessels tried to avoid touching,
but a collision was inevitable. The
Olgu's bow struck the Trenton,
ou the quarter opening a large
breach, and doing oilier dam
age, and the Olga's how was
After the vessels cleared one
another the Trenton drifted still
further towaitls the reef, and at one
time held fairly well to her anchors,
but at about S o'clock, she dropped
down just cuar of the reet and on
to the Vainlnha. The Tienton's
stern us aground. She wasbioad
sideonto the sunken vessel, ahd
the pobr fellows who had been on
the Vandalia's yaid about 12 hours
g t on to the Trenton, being assist
ed by the Admiral's ciew with lines
and other contrivances. On Sun
day morning boats were busily en
gaged all day in removing the men
trom the ship to the shore which
was accomplished without accident.
All men were removed before
night. On Monday 250 Samoaus
Iioiii Mataafa's camp, and the meh
ot-war sailors, where n-orkiug hard
ail day saving prupert , from the
Trenton, and several Sumoans and
sailora were also engaged working
on the other ships ashore. No lives
weiu lost on ther Trenton. The
Trenton is now a total wreck. We
have just learned that one of the men
was killed early in the morning of
Saturday by being crushed among
the broken limber after the collision,
his name was Joseph Hewlett, a
The Olga after slipping her cables
and getting clear of the Trenton,
managed to make headway against
the sea for a short time, and hopes
were entertained that this vessel,
the last left afloat in the harbor,
would be saved, hut within ball an
hour she was run into (as desciibeu
in our lust issue) oue of the best po-sitions-for
beaching in the harbor.
We liaTe since last issue learned
that Capt. Douglas of the schooner
Lily the lately appointed pilot was
on board the Lily when she sunk,
and who after great struggling man
aged to got on board the Olga, was
mainly instrumental by' his knowl
edge of the harbor and valuable
suggestions which were fortunately
followed by Captain Erhardt, that
the Olga was beached in n position
where no lives would bo likely to be
lostj and fiom where the Olga may
very likely be easily taken out to
her nnchorjge again. Wehave heard
that Captain Douglas has spoken in
very complimentary terms of the
manner in which he was treated by
the caplain; olllcers and men after
he struggled on the Olga in an ex
hausted condition. The Olga is on
an even keel at high and low water.
She must be well bedded in the
sand. We believe no lives have
, been lost from this ship.
Tho miraculous escapes of some
of the poor fellows who were washed
overboard from the different wrecks
and terrible times they must have
hud, 6'iine of them being hours in
the foaming surf, is fearful to con
template. The recently appointed
pilot Captain Douglas, who was on
the schooner Lily when she went
down after a collision with otic of
the meu-ol-war must have had a ter
rible experience. His foot got en
tangled in some of the gear of the
Lily, and he was taken down with
her. On his getting clear and com
ing to the surface, he was struck on
the head by something and he again
Mink. Captain Douglas then swam
to the Olga, and 'just as he reached
her bow to catch some lino ho imag
ined he saw hanging, the Olga rose
to a heavy sea, and Captuin Doug-
soemed to have full confidence in
their commander, who acted with
great coolness and judgment. When
the U. S. S. Trenton came down to
winds the Olga, the order was given
to close tho water tight oompart
ments, nnd the sick and wounded
were brought on deck and provided
with life belts and warm clothing.
Tho Trenton and the Olga came
into collision, and when tho Olga
slipped her cable and ran clear the
crews of both ships gave a ringing
cheer. The Olga was then run on
the beach near Vaisigano River.
Captain Douglns thus desciihcs the
movements and managements of the
Trenton. He says, for a large ship
like the Trenton, with her rudder
gone and her fires extinguished, and
in such a helpless condition, to be
so skilfully maneuvered, and in
such a scamtinlike manner with only
one lore and alt salt set, from itiu
mouth of the harbor right into tho
deepest indent of the bay without
touching anywhere until she ground
ed alongs de the Vandalia, where at
least she hud the best chance of
saving her men was marvellous, and
tcflects great credit on Captain Far
quhar and his officers. Captain
Douglas informs us that he was laid
up when the other slnps were going
down. About his own vessel Capt.
Douglas status that about 4 a. in.
of the lGth, during one of the
heaviest squalls, the U. S. S. Nip
sic touled the Lilly, carrying away
the bowsprit and both masts. The
schooner then swung clear and sank
in a few minutes. There were on
board at the time Capt. Douglas,
Mr. Ownsby and an old man, a na
tive of Hawaii. Capt. Douglas went
down with the vessel as was
described in our last issue, and
came out from under the Olga near
the main chains. He had just time
to breathe when he was struck bj'
the main channels. When he again
i Oso to the surface, the Olga rolled
gently over, and he got aold of the
main chain plates, and climbed into
the channels. He saw Mr. Ownsby
coming alongside and heard him cry
for help, but betwas unable to assist
him, although he was within an
arm's length of him. The crew of
the Olga aNo heard Mr. Ownsby
cry out, and threw him a rope,
which he grasped, but was evidently
too weak to hold on, and he sank.
The cook was never seen afterwards.
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In lnvis- Vjn-ily.
las was sent right under the vessel.
How he contrived to get on board
we have not learned, but his escape
was miraculous. Further particu
lars of Captain Douglas' adventure
are in another column.
cai't. nouat-As's i:xrK!KNCi: is tub
Captain Douglas requests us to
convey his sincere thanks to tho
.captain, olllcers, and crew of II. I.
G. M. S, Olga, for their kindness to
him while on hoard during the late
gale. Captain Douglas says that
ull through good order was observed
pri board, oUleers and" crow alike
THE IVlir.CKUD MEN.
The men lrom the wrecked men-of-war
are now fairly well housed,
and to all appearance were well pro
vided with piovisions and clothings.
Messrs. Mc.rthur & Co.'s copra
btores which wis lately nearly
empty, Imb accommodated nearly all
the Trenton's men. The officers are
living in some of our residents
bouses The men from the Vanda
lia are located in a new building
belonging to Messrs. E. W. Gurr &
Co., and the Nipsic's olllcers and
crew are on board again. The olllcers
and crews of the Adler and Eber
aie aicommodaled at the German
II. M. S. Calliope, which went out
ot the harbor during the gale was
sighted on Monday evening as sig
nelled from the pilot station. She
arrived in harbor on Tuesday morn
ing. After taking in aboul 15t) tons
of coal she sailed directly for Syd
ney on Ihursday morning.
The day after the hurricane the
beach fiom Matafele to Matautu
presented a wi etched appearance.
All along just above high water
mark was strewn wreckage. It
would be impossible to tell to what
ves&rl most ot the pieces belonged,
they were so mixed up. Parts ot
the Eher were to be seen for fully
half a mile from where Bhe sti uck.
Comparatively little damage was
done to town property, excepting
(McArthur & Co.'s boat shed, which
was nearly all demolished.
A levy short whaives, which were
not of a very substantial character
were washed away, and a few other
small boat sheds were also destroyed.
One end of the biidge at the Muli-
vni River was moved a few feet.
The foot bridge at the Vaisigauo
River was moved a few feet.
Lieut. Wilson of the U. S. S.
Vandalia left by the mail boat for
Auckland. We have heard he has
instructions frou. Admiral Kimberly
to provide a vessel to take away the
crews of the Trenton and V.andulia
to San Francisco. It is also rumored
that the Captain of the return mail
boat will be asked to call at Apia,
and take some of the Cadets as
A requiem mass for the repose of
the souls of Germans who were lost
horn the wrecks of II. I. G. M. S !
Adler and Eber during the gale of
the lGth inst., was held at the Ito
man Catholic church yesterday (22
inst.). The Rev. Father Remy con
ducted the service. After the con
clusion of the muss the Rev. Father
Bolts; delivered a very impressive
and appropriate address in German.
The church was crowded. Among
others we noticed Admiral Kim
berly, Col. de Coetlogun, II. M.
Consul, Mr. Blaeklock, the U. S.
Consul, Dr. Knappu, the German
Consul and the Captain of II. I. G.
M. Olga, The Bauds of the Tren
ton and Olga were in attendance.
From the JSamnan I'ime.s March
The U. S. S Nipsic, which was
iloated out to her old anchorage last
week has been since then under
going a general overhaul of her
machinery. It is now we believe in
fair working order. The bed of the
machinery got slightly displaced
(Continued on page a.)
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rized to collect iiuy monies due the llrai,
either on the express hus ness or lor the
rartnuc of luliiilsh.
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C' rniT of Foil miiiI
1 stiects. OVlT K ol Hll
'aeiti wiih ilu- I'oi'ng.-. pih tu
2U if. J. M. VIVAS.
it. hi J.i owned Co'tnae
on Punchbowl tiect
in ir lilt; Mormon Church, a
ti .e neitltli looiilitv, quiet nciu'li hoi hood,
inquire of " A. VOfiRL,
If" tr At Kd. Hofp-nhlaccer it (Jti.'s.
ROOMS TO LET
Zrzt-, 10UKOUTiRLY Fu ni-li.
"S v' ed Rnnm. I'.' aid if re
.S5V. quired. Apply ut " hnnihci
uin tloiiKe" King i-trLCt, oppeslt Ka.
ilahiio cminury. 184 tt
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
INKw Cntmidtr Cur
riuee jut flniblied
nd hundromely ttirnmed
n tirl oliiss siylo miM he imnicdiulcly
-.old to close uu assignment, can bonon
I V. II. I'ttiifV cttriae nmnufaeiury,
No. 128 Fort ttreet.
HAWAIIAN KUSIX-KS AGENCY.
AH. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
. office and plinim:tc al Hawaiian
Hotel -tahlesj corner Ilnte'l und Rlchnid
Miei'tP. s-ciomiric treatment in all dU-e:-
of dt'mesno animals Orders for
pl.tnluti' ii and ranch stock promptly
Itcmlid to. Jluluul Teltplione 854,
P. O Box H2f. mh-18-80
COPIES if thu riuwuiian Direct' ry
tor 18B8-0 iccfiuly published by
Hie MnKi'iuiey Directory Co. for talo
Pi ice $300.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Hi House Ding Room
Having secured the services
FiiHt Chisg Cook
And miiile ninny other changes in tho
management wo are now pro."
pind to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
now. continuing parlor.
iliuin-f.room, 4 bedrooms, kit.
elien, bathroom and water-closet, venm
tlas, stable, wagon-shed, chicken house
nnd yard, tloter garden, etc. Lot Ox
100 teet, and lcusitl lot adjoining 70x7
led. SlUimoat Kapulmna, mauka side
)l King sti eet. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LoNU established in adc
siratile locality in Hono
lulu, witlL unexpired lease of
:() yenrs ut low lental is oll'ured, (on
account of ill. health), without bonus, to
party huyin the Itiruiiuro at a fair
valuation, ilieia uiu 21 rooms on iho
fircinises well furnished, yielding a
lundBomc icvenut). Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
Vichy Water !
"XENUINE Vichy Water for
A Price, 75 ceutu a dozen.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
2a Meic'hurit street.
Real B-brip Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Ho-lery eiportt d from Balbr'ggan,
Ireland, In Smyth & Co (.I'd), hu iliii
Trude Mark on each ankle.
D $y rt
By an Act of Parliament lately P886ed
It if mado a felony to iue the word Hal
briggun on goodB not imuiufaoluitd
Uiure either by stamping on goods,
wrappor, label or ticket, unlc-n tho
place where minufactured is also stated
In equally largo letters as the word
SMYTH & CO. (I.'d),
The Origlnul Ualbrlggaii'llotlers,
Per W. O. Sproull.
COTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
BROWN & CO.,
2b Merchant street'.
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
ment of '
In all colors and stylet,
Specially mado to my order and pattern,
San Fuancipco, Cal.,
Fchiuary 19. 18"9
WE herewith ceitify that Messis.
Dodd & Miller ure our duh au
thoriztd anil only ngen's for the" Ha
wniian Islands for the sal- of our Lager
Beer in ltegp.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO..
100 if John It. Wielaml bios.
Removal of Barber Shop. w
MP. JARD1M lm- removed his
-hop I mm ICiiie-i-tieet to JlcCar.
tlis Billiard 1'itrlori-, Foil sheet, whcie
he Is piear:d to st rve with Ihe beBt
cure and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits ihe kind ' patronage of all.
mh 23-89 ly
W. C. Kl'llOpf-L.
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