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DAtliT BTttMTnr HONOLULU, H. TM AOTTL 6, WB9.
Hotlce to the Del- neat Tax-Payers,
On anil utter u. any, the 8th of
April, nil Tuxes will be payable nt
the Tux Assessor's Oilice in tho Ita-
No ten per cent charge will bo
made, unless n warrant has been
issued or a suit emnuicticed against
the person or firm wishing to pay.
C. A. DROWN.
Assessor nnd Collector of T.-ujo fur
the Island of O.thu.
205 Iw 8.1 Jt
Rule .Respecting Demurrers.
IT I hetebi- oid'ied that the party
filing u !rnm re-- either In law or
in equity linll deliver llincwilh, h
statement ot the Mih-iimttsil matter' of
law Ititeiideil to lio aigued And if su
demurter, th-il bo delivered or filed,
without .such .trtteainiit, or with a fit.
volom st'iirrnciit it tnii be vl-i aside bj
the Court or by any Jtl tice "hereof, anil
leave imy it mvi-ii 'n.ign j'lilgmeiit Ux
default In like tun uci- u If the defen
dant hull not atwwiTi d, and nn arpu.
ment upon any dcmurii-r ti It be nl
lowed (inli'SH sileh Milcmciit shall lie
filed n iforcsald.
By the Couit.
Honolulu. Apiil r.. ISJ. 21U It
Dni'AitTMK.vr or Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 1889.$
The following persona have been
appointed A?es-Mus, and Collectois
of Tuxes fur the i-ispi-enve. Taxation
Divisions of the Kingdom, in accord
ance wiilt tin Aft to amend and regu
late Ilie Lav, t elating to the appoint
ment and tenure of ollieo of Tax
Asscwor and Tax Collector, and the
AssChfinent and Colleution of Taxes,
approved tho 21bl duy of Almost,
A. 1). 1888:
C. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
II. O. TREADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of .Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT C. AUSTIN, :hd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Ka.ii.ii and Niihau.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
, Minister of Foicign Afl'.tirs.
Minister of Interior.
C. W. AsnroitD,
"' 212110 82 Jt
Jjntfg 2Jti refill
ftttttfed to ncitktr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 8, 189.
Editor Bi i.u-yin. The bad news
from Samoa o; Saturday, made many
hearts grow hea'ty, when the names
of Captain Schoonmaker, Paymaster
Arms and Payclerk Roach were
found among the dead. Distressing
as the deaths of friends may be,
how much more so it becomes when
the surroundings are so terrible.
Captain C. M. (schoonmaker, whose
Christian character and giace of
manner won him many warm and
earnest friends will he sincerely
mourned. Paymaster Anns who from
his earnest Christian feeling, had con
nected himself with the second con
gregation of the Cathedral here,
wherein on erery Sunday his voice
resounded in music of praise. How
sadly he will be missed. Then John
Roach genial, kind, sympathetic
Roach, has passed into the shades.
Was there ever such a diameter as
his, so noble, so self-sacrificing and
so true. Dead! Buried in the sands
of far off Samoa! How sad! How
heartrendering! Dead! Rocked to
eternity in the surging arms of the
enrious sea. How like unto his soft,
gentle nature was his end. When
all hope had fled, he gently placed
his cheek upon his hand, and in his
calm nnd pint-id manner passed into
the' arms of death. His life so ful
some of hope, so blight and so
cheering, tills his memory with a
sweetness that seldom men enjoy.
Poor Roach, farewell. If tears can
make smooth thy future, then indeed
wilt' thine a hed of cider down
Farewell, aood heart. Kind fiiend,
a sad, a last, long farewell.
tho BteaniHliip Umatilla: F.
J. Lowrey, wifo and children, Col, Z.
K. .Hpaldinj'. wifo ami family, F. 8.
Dodpil, wife ".ind 2 children, II. W.
Dinilond.'Mies Anuio Halstead, .1. F.
Gates And wife, Mrs. L. U. Young, A.
Itadcllflo, Mr--, (iin, II. Luce, D. Foe
ler, Mrs, Kitsscil Whiting and child,
B. F, Dillingliuiii, MUs K, White,
Geo. Abf-el, (hoj;o W. Smith, W. II.
Chickering, wif ami child, dipt, do
Courcy. Mm. V. B. Well and 3 chil
dren, Mrs. A. T. Himmoiif, W. U,
Castle, Miri. J. .1. Kunpp, J. N S.
Williams', T. May, 1). T, Reamer, 0.
W, Ham and wife, M. Louisson, G,
W. Grannis, J, T. Liebo and sister, Jf
T, VjterhouBQ Jr.
at Saturday n.t.cmAori last Tfpt,
V l!. AMvlllo, the Aei-QnAVt,matU
a successful ascent m his balloon,
"America," The accent was kopt in
Rcoreoy nnd no one knew of tile event
until the balloon niajesticnly rode
weawaul. The Professor made his
ascent from Mr. Lit-hiium's I'uiich
bowl quarry, at about 2-48 it. m.
Tho balloon when inflated f-hoi up
wards with gieal rapidity until it hud
gone ut least JlfiOO feet, when it drift
ed towards the sea
During the utcent and until the
balloon was almost invisible to the
eve, the professor went Ihtougli a se-t
ries of acrobatic feats. The ptofessor
tt.ites that when at his highest alti
tude the city and Us MiiHHUldingp
appeared to him lobe no hither than
u ten-cunt piece, and he only wished
he had a camera, so that lie could
nave given our citizens nn idea of
what the city looked like at that alti
tude. The balloon after leaching
that height drifted seaward, and
with very considetablo rapidity until
oil' the Kaknako reef, when the Aero
naut took a drop into the sen. He
fell upon a projecting eonil reef and
then plunged into tho se.t, and after
swiniming a quatler of a mile met
tlio boat sent to his rescue. Tho bal
loon was ufterwntdti secured.
In this ascent tho professor proves
himself a master of his craft, and
perfectly capable or engineering an
ai'tial craft of the size of the ''Ame
rica." THE SAMOAtl DISASTER.
The San Francisco papers of
March 30th have full accounts ot
the dreadful disaster at Apia. Ad
miral Kimberly had a telegram -sent
from Auckland, to Secretary of the
U. S. Navv, Tracy.
II. B. "M. S.' Calliope took the
news of the disaster to Auckland,
making the trip from Apia in three
and a half days. She steamed 18
knots an hour.
The Oceanic Sicuniship Company
has been granted a permit to carry
more than the legal limit of passen
gers, so as to allow the Mariposa to
bring home the shipwrecked men.
Four German war vessels have
been ordered from Zanzibar to Sa
moa to replace those lost.
The United Stales will probably
send other vessels to Apia.
The news of the disaster was re
ceived in Honolulu with much sor
row, for the olllcers lost were all
well known and highly respectid
U. S. Secretary Tracy telegraph
ed to Auckland for Admiral Kitnbcr
ley to J? take such steps with re
gat d to the Nipisic and the wrecks
and sending the men home-as he
might deem proper. Full power
was given him.
mo nipc in
UlU RISC IH O
The Umatilla brought news of a
big rise in the price of sugar, hich
was received with much satisfaction
in the city. On March 8th the price
for 00 degrees was 5J- cents. On the
15th thcie was an advance, and it
kept going up until it reached GA
cents on the 2i!th, witli every possi
bilitv of reaching 7 cents.
A SAD ACCIDENT.
On March 2.r)th, Mr. Simon Colin,
of the firm of Eagan & Co., Hono
lulu, went out bathing al Harbor
View near Presidio, California, lie
was seized with cramps, and some
people on shore noticing him strug
gling raised an alat in. He disappear
ed almost immediately afterwatds.
Some lisheihicn were sent to the
spot, and after three hours the body
was brought to tho surface in a fish
ing net. Tho deceased gentleman
leaves a widow ami three children
to mourn his loss. The store of
r.agau cc to, was closed io-(iay.
A MONKEY'S CONQUEST.
On the arrival of Cutl Willing,
gardener at the Government Nur
sery, at his home about 11 o'clock
yesterday morning, he found his
family in a state of trembling anx
iety and fear. His heart failed upd
his limbs shook as though from an
attack of ague. A relentless ma
rauder had entered within the sa
cred limits of hi3 home, spreading
terror and devastation. A monkey,
into whose heart the seeds of lame
ness had but lightly sunk, had been
roaming ad libctem and regardless
of the rights of proprietorship, had
for a time taken up the reign of
mastership. As with all marauders
the success of the first act leads
to other and bolder attempts. After
taking possession of the house lor a
time iu chattering supremacy the
jocose mood of his nature died out,
and within him the milk of kindness
soured. Ho next made a fierce and
uiilouked for attack upon the four
year old daughter of Mr. Willing,
and knocking her down bit her so
cruelly in four different places that
the services of Di: Miner became
After filling this portion of his
programme of action, his monkey
ship enthroned himself upon the
roof, and in gloomy silence besort
him to ictlcction, when suddenly the
meiry voices of some lomping boys
melted his t-tcin heart, and he va
cated his newly acquired domains,
to seek other ilelils for conquest.
The trembling family weie busily
collecting their wits when Mr'. il
The monkey is the property of a
neighbor, and if he over comes in
contact with Mr. Wil!ing,his chances
of reaching an honoied old age will
be too slim for speculating on.
THE BESTPAPER M ub.irlin
J. for Is the "Dally Bulletin," 50
cents per month.
Tho Wandering Minstrel,
Tho Capjtain and. Crew Rescued cu
Tho British schooner Norma ar
rived off port Saturday evening,
hainj on botrd the captain and
shipwrecked crew of the bark Wan
dering Minstrel, who had been on
Midway Island some 1-i months.
The names of those rescued arc
Cnpt. Walker, wife and four chil
dten, Geo. Hanker, E. Biles, F.
Noysclte, S. Clarelles, L. Sacra
mento, A. Santos, B. Nlco, T. Lu
cas, P. Militana, G. Gracia, and L.
A. Chang. The crew will be land
ed lo-niorrow nnd either sent liomu
or provided with work, the matter
being in the hands of the British
Vice-Consul, Mr. 1 1?. Walker.
The following statements of the two
captains give full particulars:
lini'ORT Of TIIK SCHOONElt NOIt.MA, 01'
yokohama, fho.m 1jonin 1.si.ani)
to midway island and
Left Bouin Island February 4th
at 8 p. in. with fresh bicezes. Iu
Int. 24 deg. 20 min. N., and long.
153 deg. 5 min. 7 sec. E., February
11 th, light winds and fair. From
thence to Ocean IbIiiikI, February
2(5lh, strong N. W. winds. Ver
high breakers', could not enter the
lugoon ; lay off tho island till March
1st, entered into the lagoon and
stayed there till Maich I3lh. On
the 11th had a very strong N. W.
gale. Lauded on the island and dug
a well: got so lie firewood from
the wieckage. Found some remains
of the gear of the Dunnotlar Castle.
The house (built by the Hawaiian
Government) has bt-eu blown down
and mostly buried in the sand. l)u
up the remains of house and staked
it up to catch rain water in tin
tanks. Planted the seed of the ta
matia and hail tiees bough fiom Bn
nin Island. Left the lagoon March
13th and anchored outside of the en
trance to catch sharks. Ou the 14th
lost an anchor, and made sail for
Midway, Island on the lGth, weather
line. At Midway Inland found Capt.
F. D. Walker of the wrecked baik
Wandering Minstrel with crew, in a
very bad condition from want ol
food. Believed his wants as far as
my ability and remained there to
get wood and water until the 2Glh
of Match, when the sick were lit to
embark. Dtirinu the tune mciiiinti
ed we one hud to leave Wellbionk
for safety, as ii g.ile was threaten
ing. Anchored under the lee of the
island till the gale was over, but lost
an anchor in the coral. Ou the 2Gth
sailed for Honolulu, being chartered
by Capt. F. 1). Walker to bring the
wrecked people to the port of Hono
lulu. On the 28th one of the wreck
ed crew, named Edward David Daw
son, u native of Mauritius, died, iu
my opinion horn scurvy, the captain's
family suffering from the same dis
ease. We liuiied the deceased iu the
usual custom of sea burials ou the
same day. Arrived at Honolulu,
April Gth at 2 p. m.
C. Johnson, Master.
iiEi'OUT or tiii: vi:i:oKr.i iiakk wan-
Left Honolulu Dec. 10, 1887. Ar
rived at French Frigate Shoals on
the 18th idem. Lelt same pl.ice
December 27th. Artited at Midway
Island and anchored in Welle's Har
bor January !), 1888. Had bad
weather for seveial days. Found a
man named Jorgensen on the island,
having been wrecked in the schooner
Gen. Seigel. On the weather get
ting line, landed some fishing gear
and prepated to remain.
Februaiy comtntriiued with heavy
weather and on the 3d a furious
storm came on, bar. 2!). 30. Failed
both chains anil dragged the third
am hoi- lottanl the reef. At 1:30
p. in. abandoned the vessel, she
then hltiking luuvily, and got on
Miore through the heavy breakers,
till hands saved,
storm ladling some
meats, fruits, etc.
Owing to the
days, .saved no
a lew tins of
the mate John
Cameron, a Chinese lad, and Jorg
ensen left for Honolulu in a boat
well fitted up with sails, water and
Two seamen died of some obscure
disease and one was drowned while
fishing. During the pansage to this
port one more died of scutvy. My
lauiily buffers, one severely from the'
Miuch 17, 1889, the schooner
Norma arrived at Midway Island
shatk fishing, nnd under agreement
conveyed the balance of crew, sell
and iainily to this port.
F. D. Wai.kiiu.
S. S. UMATILLA.
The S. S. Umatilla, Capt. E. W.
Holmes, arrived iu port last evening
from San Francisco, taking almost
everyone by surprise. Shu left Sun
Fianeisco Alarch 31st at noon and
made the passage down in 7 days, (i
hours. All the Australia's olllcers
with tin- f-xu-pti' n ofthc Captain ami
Cliiol Eugiueei, are on boaid. Skv
brings 40 cabin and 23 steerage
passengers, 1019 tons of freight aud
850,000 in treasure. A large num
ber of people witnessed her arrival
aud were loud in their praise of the
magnificent and luxurious manner
in which the bi earner is fitted' up,
rPHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
Ztj eolniiii.B, puioly loeul limit' r
juuuiu v , luruigu countries, f u
At the llrlflseivlceof tho second
congregation of St. Andiew's Cathe
dral, Sunday uiorulug, the Rev.
George Wallace spoke iu feeling
tetms of tho sad disaster at Samoa,
Capt. Schoonmaker and Paymaster
Arms were regular attendants at tho
services of that congregation, dur
lug the Vandalia's stay in port. Mr
Arms rendered valuable assistance
in the choir. Mr. Wallace announced
that a memorial set vice would be
held In the Caihedral on Wednes
day afternoon the 10th last., at 8
o'clock, to which the general public
TV0 HUUKS AHEAD.
First citizen Satin day, 8:15 a.
m. Good gracious, hero's the Ala
meda only just .come alongside of
her dock, and the'BuLLi.TiN hns al
ready an extra edition on the sttect,
with full particular of the Samoan
Second citizen 10:15 a. in. No
thank you boy, I do not require an
'"Advettiser," as I read an account
ol the Snnioaii disaster two hours
ago in the Bullutin. You're be
hind the times. Besides, the Dui.le
iin extra cost me nothing.
Mrs. Foster, wife of His Honor
the Police Justice, returned ou thi
Dr. John and Mrs. Brodie re
turned home on the Unlatilla.
Mr. and Mrs. Fiauk M. hatch
are en route for home alter a most
delightful trip in Europe. They
will be in Honolulu in a tiinulh or
Our old and respected friend Hon.
Henry Waterhotiso returned in the
Umatilla accompanied by Mrs.
Watcrhouse. The trip abroad has
done them both good and rto arc
glad to welcome them home. Our
special thanks are due Mr. Waler
hoiise for a file ot late papers.
Hon. Alex. Young was among the
passengeis on the Umatilla, looking
as pleased as possible
Major II. M. Benson, of Benson,
Smith & Co. came down on the
Umatilhi, alter a long absence from
Mr. S. Ehrlieli, of the Temple of
Fashion, has returned with a stock
of new goods.
The following news items are from
the Hilo Record of April 2d:
On Tuesday, last week, a native
workman ou the volcano road was
tiadly injured by a falling tiee. He
was caught by one of the branches
and had his leg broken, aud was
otherwise much iujtiicd about the
head, neck and shoulders.
The rain began to full last Tues
day evening for the first time in sev
eral months. It came down in real
earnest, anil all day Wednesday the
skies wept over Hilo. The rain has
much refreshed the dry and parch
FItOM A COUItl'.sl'ONDENT.
Tliete have been showers, some of
tlieui heavy, every day for the past
week; and most of them during
night The result is that all nature
is icfresLcd and most people that
have any good humor ate in that
The road to the volcano is graded
lor about five miles ; excepting in
one place, about three miles from
town, where a field of cane interfer
ed with the work, and the manager
of the plantation refused to cut it,
although he cut other cane of the
same age. Theic are growlers at
public improvements to be found
everywhere, aud Ihlo district does
not appear to be an exception.
When this field of cane is cut the
workmen and all their tools will have
to be brought back several miles.
The grade is G feet per 100 all the
way to the voloano.
A report is in circulation here
that there is a likelihood of the
tians-Pacifio cable touching these
islands at Hilo, and that there is
si mie likelihood of the through colo
trial steamers making this bay their
port of call. The reasons given arc
that there is no island freight from
or to Vancouver, and the chief point
of interest for through passengers is
the volcano. It is also asserted
that the new stt amers are too large
to enter Honolulu harbor, and that
the Hilo route is more direct and
would save 200 miles in distance.
Hilo, April 3rd, 1889.
Monday, April 8th.
Seventeen lovers of the intoxi
cating paid inio tho treasury of the
Pahili, a hack driver, f )r Being
drunk on his vehicle was fined S10
Other cases continued,
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. fi A. H.
:n: win it
. t inn r.ik i H
a n.t-i'tlnir "f Ha.
No. ai,l & a. M.
ii- Hi'l, corner of F.irt unit Q n-i-n
pets, 'Villa (iiouiluO KVKNINO.
ikjuii nui, ii-on, in ;au o-riock, lor
Work iu the Third Degree.
Members of Lodge lo Progres and all
so uniliig In hreii me fraternally in,
Vl Oil 1I I K 111' win.
A - ! I .11 I , ...111 .Mt.rt.. . -
J5y order ot tho W.
FYOU WANT A SERVANT,
advertise In the "Dally Bulletin.'1
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Closing Out Sale
On Wednesday, April 10
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tnv Sn'c-Miniii, iJufPii Vrcet, I will
su'll -it Public itutl"ti. by ntiler of Mr
h B Kur,
Tliu Btilmicu of Ills Stock,
A lot of
Single Suit and Pant Patterns
t-STAII Gonds will he tv.dlivi-ly Id,
to rbi-o out tin- stook A eh.ttiec fi r
JAS. P. MORGAN,
ov riMiii-iit Bunds to
t $5,000. ' up v to
II. A. NIDKMANN.
o'tiaii vs hi-s -i pnsitlnt
n-- In i-tiviit fun'! ,
'S-.iu tri," 1. () fn
" eusL- litldi. s
N 'j niri e-l intelinc of the rite
dents nn ' piop-rlv owneis n.
IVivlani i s i eet will be helil n WE'
NKSDAY, Vpnl Otli. in 11 .relo.il; a m ,
it the h .iniiei ii' i ftiiiiiii-iee, '" to eivi
thii -ei,'i i nf iniiniilli'i , mill t consider
iv lint net inn to I tie llit-i" n
i'18'it THE COMMITTEE
DURING mv limpori absence fiom
th Ivltiyiloiii Mr P Peek will
n lend to any nmtli-i- run -pete I ph iiiv
tS'tii- s MO HIS JL'DV.
Honolulu, April t, 18-0. 218 3
NOTfi E is hereby given thnt my wife.
Iliwcla. havltur left my bed and
board 1 will not be responsible for
debts contiacted by her.
Spreekelswlle, Apiil , 1S89. 21 lw
NOTICE is heicby niven that Jn .
Dec having lids day sold out bis
inlet est In the -'Uosnio,,olitan" Restau
rant, lately caii-ii'd on by him on
liethcl str et, adjoining the pr mUe
of t.essis Castle & Cooke, lo the Sui
Fong Uuiiipany, from and aft-r the 0th
Inst., said fit in will collect all accounts
and pny all bills connected with said
business and the said .Inn llee will col
lect al outstanding accounts. Jim lire
alone beinj: nut oiizo to receipt for
same, and will pay all claims against
the restaurant to the above incut oneil
datf. J.N HEE.
Honolulu, April 8, 1889. 218 lw
tin- C editors ol
Qnong Yuen A
liiiliu, tnUe t ottee:
That the ninl.-i iir I, Amit-necs (
the K-ta'e ot tjiinnj-Y ien A Co.ba
tnpts ot Hun lulu, i mini, have i'rciu .
tor lo their fl nl account and divl end,
.iil'iniiH-d ill ir hccohi t hb such .
danee nnd filed the mini- in fir- loi.
fid ward Pj"-,i, AfS'chiip Justice o
lie .Supti-inn imi t. nt hi Ch itnlirrs, t
v''nni iin-v wip at 2 M nliiel, p. ti., "
TUKSDAYT, the !i h o: April, 18 i
a ipli tor a -eiih muni of fnid uccuiu i
anil fur a di charge from a'l li.ibility
-uch Assignee-., and for an ordc t
make n flmil dividend.
And that any per-on Intcn-vti-tl m-i
then and there nppenr nnd cont-) th
"lito I.EB FAT SAN,
Asinnei"' Ritnte Qo uig Yuen &Cn
Hotiolu u, Much '-'3, IH-9. 205 St
Per S. S, Umiuilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
IB. ,f. NOIrK, I'i oyrlcioc.
2 18 M
FOI SAN FitA&CISCO,
The Al leamship
"Will have Ilonolulu for the above
Friday, April 12th,
. VrJ? NOON
Tor Frulcht or I'oscuiru, apply to
Vim, g. rawiN & co., Agu.t.
I. EHLERS & CO
'HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received n
By this next steamer Hie Leading Milli
nery House of Clias. J. Fisliel will receive
an Entire New Stock of Goods. Notice of
opening will be given. ,
i dtp ! a lb
At Lower Prices than ever before.
iVovlt.ieN Jiiitl Fauey GoodM, In L.iii-ftjiiVtti-ity.
PHE purl.it rship heretofore rxifliiiu
1 liciueci. M. ,N. Snu'ders an 1 F. I.
C t cr under the iiiime of Buntlri'-. bx
pies-C'i lino b en dispolved. The bm-U
m-sa will lie can lid on b M.N Sindit-.
s heretofore. F. J. Cutter is not ntithii.
tized to collect any monies due the llini,
eltlur on the iixuie!' business or lor the
ear-Hsre of lubl-'lsh
-'00 liu M. N. SANDERS.
REAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
i V M UAiiLIS Lot nl the
.1 e Tiler of Fort iiml
chn.'l slieet-", oer X ol uu
.eie witli one Co iim-. pph to
M if w J. M. VIVAS.
I.M'onu-d ( o-'m-e
M'irintiii t hnreli, a
tine lieulth locality, quiei m-lihlio'lio-id.
ntpilreof A. VOOEL,
Hi- tf At Kd. HoflVeli'ii. eer it t,o.-.
ROOMS TO LET
nan OHFOUTMJI.Y Ku ni-h.
jf,vp J etl U'.oiup. u.-ard il te-
-iiitedi qtiiteii. Apply at "' liiiinl..'i-
tln IIoiikc" King -ireei, opptml Kn-
iihihiio i-eminmy. !M1 tt
Curriage For Salo Cheap.
NKW Cntutidir Car
riuee iu-t linihlied
and hund-otneli t'immed
u first clas- htyle muM b iininediittely
old lw close ho as-ifriiiiienl, can he m-c'ii
i W. H. Piivje'- ci'riauc mmufaoiurv.
No. 128 Fori i-trcct.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
UUl'lEM 1 the Hawaiian Direct' ry
for 1888-9 iccntlv iiuhlibhed bv
HOPIES .f the Hawaiian
li ice $8 00.
Directory Co. for sale
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Salo Cheap.
STOuY UoIiukc, nearlv
new, (-onUiliiiui; narloi
Hu!ng.roim, 4 bedrooms, kit
mien, bathroom and utiu-r.cltMtt, ventn
das, iiiible, wiigoti'Shcd, chiikcii linuu
md yard, tlo ier garden, tc. Lot 'J.Vx
100 leel, and leatttl lot adjoining 15x7
li-ci. Siluatc nl Kapulatuu, uiauka side
of rilng street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
Furnished Lodging: House.
LONG established in a de.
sirable locality in Houo.
lulu, with unexpired lease of
"Ms years at low rental is oll'ercd, (on
aecou.'.t of ill-health), witliouv bonus, to
party huyinir the furniture at a fair
valuation, there are 28 rooms on the
Creraii-.es well furnished, yielding u
andsome icveiiuu. Apply nl
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
"HTRS. MONROE, Indies' nurse, has
TJL removed to No. 8, Kukul uue
and ladies' nuiao.
Tchtlaiuninlr of 23 years experience ut Quecu Char.
otte Lying-in. Hospital, London. Other
slaa Is not objected to. Residence,
Mortaii lioube," ochool street. P. O
wu. . A 'ICr!
&mk A on
jJHriftyffii ncir the'
B WC 475 ( Mutual Tole. 873. 170 8m
Fresh Lot of
BLACK IJOSE I
$ , 94
IIOISOLXJ J .U.
New invoice of
& GEE MERCHANDISE
ALL persons h.ving cl i in- against
. 1.. nd nliiiie; will ph nc
present them to t baths l ruightnn oi or
before June :;0, 81). 19m I m
SPECIAL NO! ICE.
San FitANctsco, Cai., 1
FebtUiity 19. ISi-9
WE herewith ceitily that Messis.
Duild iS: .Miller are our dul an
thoiized and only agents for the Ha
waliau Ldnnds for the sal? of our Lager
Ueer in kegs.
JOHN WIKLAND BREWING CO.,
U0tf John II. Wiuiand Uios.
P. JAKD1M. hn removed his
hop liuin H-iiiL'stieut toMcC'ur.
iii,' Cilliiiril Parlors-, Fort trcet, whote
he is piepur.-d to save with lhe best
e-ire and tifcihne.,s the avocation ol liis
art. Solicit the Kind patronage of all.
A R. ROW AT, Vuerinary Surgeon,
ofllce and linruiucy ut Hiiivuiian
Hotel - nihil loiiu'i Hotel and R'chatd
-.nei-tn. .-ciemiric tic.itment in all dis-cu-Cf-
ol di nn sue animals Orders for
plHiiiMti.ii and iiineh ttock pnmptly
itendid to. iMutiml Teh phone 854,
P.O U.I3..120. mlj.18 89
Ckil) lionse UiDiu
Having secured tho services
t'ii-Ht VIiimh Cook
Aud made innnj oilier changes in tho
niauagi-nii-nt u are now pre-
pond to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Real uallmp Hosiery'!
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery opott.d frnm Balbr'eoan,
Irsland, by Smyth & Co, (L'd), hus this
Trade Muik on each article.
Ry an Act of 'urliamtnt lately passed
it Is niadon felony jo nsu the word Dal.
brlggim tu giods tint inanufacturcd
there eitl or by Humping on goods,
wrapper, labol or ticket, unlchs the
place whcie mtntifnclured la also stated
in equally largo letters as tho word
Bulhtiggun, SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original ISalhrlggnu Hosiers,
Per W. O. Sproull.
I liavo now on hand a Largo Assort- ,
In all colors aud styles,
Specially made to my order und pattern.
S (W I
W. O. WPROU&L,