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DAILY BtTIJOOT- HOMTOIDLtT, U. fc, jWflRTTi 10, 1660.
Hotlce to tho Delinquent Tax-Payers.
On and after to-day, the 8th ol
April, all Tnxe9 will bo payable nt
the ax Awasor's Office in the Ka
No ten pot cent cnajgo Trill be
made, urtless a warrant has been
issued or a suit commenced against
tho person or firm wishing to pay.
0. A. BROWN,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes for
tho Island of Oahu.
218 lw 83 It
Department of Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 1889.$
The following persons have been
appointed Assessors and Collcctois
of Taxes for the lespectivo Taxation
Divisions of the Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late the Lav, relating to the appoint
ment and tcnuro of office of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and tho
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1888:
0. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
H. G. TREADWAY, 2ml Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokui, and Lanui.
HERBERT 0. AUSTIN, 3rd 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. Thurston,
Minister of Interior.
C. W. Ashford,
212 lm 82 4t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
INTERESTING TO KNOW.
It would be interesting to some
of our readers to know when and
how his Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs obtained the power
to remove tho Hawaiian Consul
General in London from his office.
We have been credibly informed
that this gentleman tendered his re
signation to His Majesty some time
since, but that the resignation was
not accepted. If ao, wherefore this
GENEROUS AND NOBLE.
Mr. Brett, propiietorof the Auck
land Evening Mar, who was a
through passenger on the Alameda
on Saturday last, in conversation
gave several particulars in connec
tion with tho sad catastrophe at Sa
moa which have not been published
in the local papers. One of these
and one which is deserving of spe
cial mention is the. part that the
native Samoans took in rendering
aid to the shipwrecked people. Ac
cording to Mr. Brett, they exerted
themselves to the uttermost to res
cue those in peril on the several
wrecks and to succor them when
they reached the land. The natives
at hand were Malietoa's followers,
who naturally looked upon the Ame
ricans as.their friends and the Ger
mans as their foes. Yet they made
no distinction, but treated both na
tionalities alike, and did ns much for
the one as the other. They were
both in trouble and both in need,
and for both the Samoans did all
they could, without distinction.
Enmity was forgotten and friendship
for all was felt and shown. That
was generous ; that was noble ; and
the people who exhibited such noble
generosity command our admiration.
THE PUNCHBOWL TRENCH.
A trench, or water course, around
tho town side of Punchbowl, is one
of the Government works recently
completed. This trench empties at
both ends one end into the Pauoa
creek and tho other into an old wa
terway near the Riflo Range. It
passes along the side of Punchbowl
a little above the lino of population,
and will intercept and carry off a
largo portion of the storm water
that has hitherto flown into the
town, causing inconvenience and
doing - more or less damage. It is
fltlie opinion of some that this trench
jiffnti unnecessary, and the money
ejcpcifded upon it to much waste.
Ttv think differently. Tho divert
ing of the many little torrents that
paut down through tho numerous
smnll gulches ou tho side of Punch
bowl during heavy ralna, will be a
blessing to scores of settlements on
the base ol that eminenoe, to say
nothing oi those on the plains be
low. But unless something more in
done where the trench terminates nt
Maklkl, the people in that locality
will Buffer. The natural water
course into which the trench empties
has on many occasions been too
small to carry the water which came
to it naturally. How then is It go
ing to accommodate tho additional
amount brought by the trench, un
less its capacity is increased?
TRIAL OF JURIES.
Editor Bulletin: Trial by jury
has been again and again the subject
of panegyrics, but from the manner
in which jurors are woiried in our
court0 one would think it should be
called, "Trial of juries."
Let us sec how tho business is
conducted. Lust November term at
Waimea, the clerk summoned half
of the male population of Kohnla
and Hamakua, to attend ns jurors.
Now, Sara Slick lics over in that
part of the countiy. He is tho most
retiring of plantation men, and
blesses heaven that no one meddles
with his name. Misguided Sam.
Why, it was only a few days ago in
a little room of the court house that
the clerk and judge especially pon
dered over that name as it was fish
ed from the box for the jury panel.
Sam, say3 the sheriff, is just the
man for juries. Has broad human
ities ; plenty of patience ; is uncom
monly meek. Yes, chips in the little
deputy, he stands to bullying as a
cockroach to Costar's powder. Al
ways goes with the judge's charge,
and never has a fixed opinion. So
Sam's name is cnteicd on tho jury
The second week of court Sam
presents himself with the haole jury.
Sav a murder case is to bo tried.
Now commences the fun. Sam
Slick, cries the clerk. Here but
my name is . Step this way,
cries the judge Hurry up, cries
the makai. Silence, roars the deputy
as if he were the very avant courier
of fame blowing the trumpet at the
name of Slick. Is your name Sam
Slick? asks the clerk. No, sir, my
name is . Stand aside, says the
deputy, don't yer know better than
to come up when another name is
called? Take a tumble to yet self
and git. But . Come, wikiwiki,
git out of here, says another fat ka
naka official, severely.
And Sara Slick retires, feeling
very angry as the crowd of kanakas
titter. Here a young attorney, am
bitious to distinguish himself, rises
in the body of the bar and says,
may it please the Court, I have no
doubt the person called is the person
meant. I know him well. Will the
eleik please to see if the original
panel has an "O" instead of an "I."
The panel being more closely ex
amined a misplacement of a vowel is
ascertained. The cleik cries, oh!
and the deputy echoes it, by the
way of making the letter emphatic.
And again the juryman stands at
the bar, as if he were the murderer,
and looking very rr ' in the gills
like the salmon he no doubt had for
Why didn't you explain? says the
judge in a tone meant to bo mild.
But befoic Sam has time to show
how he has been misjudged, the
wheels of justice are buzzing about
him. He is sworn to answer ques
tions." He learns that he, a. juryman,
is on trial, and his head swells. Has
he formed an opinion as to whether
Joe Marsden struck William Patter
son? He thinks not. Barrister
Criterion wants no "thinks." He
is entitled to knowledge. Well, Sam
has none. Whereof, the judge
makes notes. Does he know the
prisoner? Sam says, no. Has he
read of the case? Sam blesses
heaven for newspapers nud says he
has. Did the case make an impres
sion? Sam says it has. And has
it left piejudico? None. Sam is a
fair man and will not judge hastily.
So the two lawyers put their
heads together and criticise Sam.
One has heard he is a timid man.
The other thinks he has too large a
bump of destructiveness. One
doubts his veracity, and thinks him
hungeiing after jury duty, and the
colloquy that is conducted in a
whisper and with sage nods, to tho
infinite delight of the kanaka audi
ence, lesults in Sain being told that
he is challenged peremptorily. And
he accoidingly retiics for a similai
scene to ensue to a dozen others,
each of them thinking as he is chal
lenged that the choice of weapons
should be with him.
That juryman was not far out of
the way who sent out for pistols
when ho was informed that shottly
he would be challenged for cause by
counsel, Nor did the audience snick
er because feeling that the time
might come when pihtols and per
I'lnpttuy challenge would go together
in a court loom,
ham has been tiled: Sam has
been convicted of being a fair,
honest, candid man; n reader of
newspapers; and possessing too
much respectability for a juryman.
Sam has told us all about it. Not
that ho is sorry at tho result, for tho
trial would have been a bore.
But then, has not justice lost
something by the operation? Justice
thinks so as bhu winks fiom under
her bandage at the little rooster who
took tho place that should have been
allotted to Sam, "nnd who had rend
nonowspnpeis,"nd "didn't believe
in newspapers, nohow."
So the trial of juiymen proceeds
and oourts and lawyers will continue
for a long time to como to worry
flam fjllok & Co., whenever a case
of intorcst demands their service ns
Jurors. Osn or 'Em.
Hllo, April 8, 1889.
Late Forjif n lews.
Russian officials havo tested a rife
that will fire 480 shots a minute. m
The editor of the Paris Le Temps
John C. Klein lias arrived in New
York to accept a permanent position
on the Btnff of the World.
IHie car shops of the Central Rail
road of New Jersey were burned
March 20. The loss is over 3100,-
A French torpedo boat has been
sunk off Hailluer and fourteen per
sons weic drowned.
Dr. John Rao, the Aictic ex
plorer, is seriously ill with bron
chitis. Professor Francis Cornelius Don
ders, the wollknown Dutch doctor,
It is slated that the diary of Pi
gott, tho forger of tho Puinell let
ters, is in possession of Mauiico and
Timothy M. Healy.
The N. Y. World says: The great
scheme of Heniy Villard, whereby
all the Edison electriial companies
were to be consolidated into one
gigantic concern, is reported as col
lapsed. There have lately been sixty sud
den deaths in the hospital at Flor
ence, all preceded by intestinal tils-,
turbauce. . Some papers attribute
the deaths to bad food and others to
A dispatch from Tien-Tsin says
that it is reported there that the na
tives have risen on the Kiangsi
frontier, have destroyed ten block
houses and killed 100 Fienchmen.
Jack Ashton and Joe Lannon
fought at Burrclville orly March
30th, for eighteen rounds. The
fighting was veiy light and Ashton
Pfullinger's mammoth cotton
mills near Stuttgart weio destroyed
by fire March 19. The loss is two
million marks. Six thousand em
ployees are tin own out of employ
ment by this disabter. '
The. Nebraska Legislature has
passed a bill taxing sleeping-cais.
lhe tax is to be assessed at the
sane rate as on private piopeity,
and in the ratio of the number of
miles operated in the same Stale to
the total number of miles operated
by the road.
At a banquet at Rome, March 21,
Cardinal Parocclu, the Pope's vicar,
said that if in the future it should
become necessary for the Pope to
leave Euiopc he would find a sure
icfugc among the American bishops,
who would receive him with honor
Private adices from Buda Peslh,
state that the Emperor has lost flesh
and his hair has tinned white since
the suicide of Rudolph. He has fre
quent fits of terrible prief and the
Empress rarely cats. She weeps for
hours and at times is unable to
sleep. The doctois are puzzled.
The Empress will go to Wiesbaden
for massage treatment under Dr.
Edgar Swain, Paying Teller of the
National City Bank of Lynn, Mass.,
is before Commissioner Hallett on
complaint Of B ink Examiner Gatch
1 11, charged with being a bank de
faulter. The total amount of steal
ing reported is 809,000; of this
however, Swain has leslored stocks,
bonds, etc., to the amount of S33,
000. Speculation to get money to
live on fashionably was the cause of
A dispatch dated Paris, March
lCili, says: Clairon, the organ ol
the Patiiotic League, publishes a
li-tter from Atchinoff, the leader of
the Cossack expedition to the Red
sea, in which he protests against the
French bombardment of the posi
tion occupied by his expedition at
Sagallo. and complains of the action
of lhe Governor of Oboek in refus
ing to permit the transmission of
dispatches from him to the Russian
TRIP TO HONOLULU.
Caller (to Mrs. von Moultcn)
Did your liip to Honolulu benefit
you, do j'ou think?
Mrs von Rloulten Yes, I think
it did. Honolulu is delightful so-"
cinlly, but I went out little.
Caller Did you see any of the
Mrs. von Moulteii No; but I
met most of the old families, and
frequently heard the Cannibals
spoken ot as delightful people. As
I said, however, I went out little.
. - -,
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
jsni'oiti: i'iikston J.
Tukbdat, April 9.
In the matter of Quong Yuen &
Co. Petition of Leg Fat Suo and
Kg Chan, assignees for approval of
accounts aud discharge. It was or
deied that the assignees pay n first
nnd final dividend of twenty-one per
cent,, and that the surplus af
ter paying costs be divided between
the uisigneos as compensation, and
that upon lillng teceipts they be dis
charged nnd their sureties released,
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Lovoy. I
SPECIAL CREDIT SALE!
On Thursday, April 1 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Snlc-rooms. cornor of Port nnd
Quern sited, 1 will i-ll at Public
AuiMion, on Llb nl To m to
thu Trade ft varied
Assortiuont of MorchandiBO,
DRY GOODS I
Ladle' &ilent' MitMlc-& Hi idli- ,
Gnlviinlz d lul'Bit ducket" &o
.Brass & Iron Bedsteads
The wholo 11 be mid ullbmit n.
servo to closo consignment.
tsy Terms Liberal ondmadu known
it time ot Mile
And lit. 12 no n, n small line of
Ales, Whips ami Liquois.
IiEWlS J. LEVEY,
NOTICE J1F SALE !
BV vi t iu ut it ovm r f sale i oi.talned
in n ee'iiihi nWuigu deed .t.
i) .1. K.. Simldliiir, ot 11(1111)111111. to T i .
r'olelof nlrt Hon lulu ditidFib-u i
id, 1832, unil neuid il in the Ken s r . I
Deeds, in Liber rt3, on piigi- 375 h .
U7G, unci In pu tmiim-c nf mulct! ol nte
nun to furcilo( bcrt'lnfiiio puMitdiitl
ihcic "111 lie Mild at Public A ctlmi by
Lew Im J Levey, Auctioneer nt his a 1 1 .
rooms-', Queen t-trei-t, llono u u,
OnSA'lURDAY, April 13,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NO OX.
All and singular tho Premise-, (onveyed
by said mortgage deal, tunnel) :
All that Certain Piece & Parcel of La. d
Situate on Lililn Hue!, nt Ktlka
nuk'i, Koun, Onlm,
Being the s.uno Pn.m'-e de-eribed in
cetulu deed fiom KeHlknl loMnliiii
ice ml cd in 1.1 be 31, on pnge- 477 sm
47a, and 1m Inj; part of tlio 1 .oil ib
eiibril in Itnjul Putun No U3, Kukaim
No. 1147. Togeilier with nil the
Buildings and Improvements Thereon,
And nil the rights and privileges to the
same appei Mining.
T. K. FdSTEK, Mortgagee.
Honolulu, .uuruli 30, IrSO.
CO punhifec ' ov-Miment
L tho amount I 83,000. Mip'y n
II. A. WIDEJIANN.
AY)UNG Woman wUlus a pnsitfm
us nedmiire- in privut" fnmily.
l' eHse uddreBS ' Sjumtre"s," I. O Ho
405. 218 tf
I bj u
inticwiiK in n puvale inm 1
clip -he Mvedi il Girl b
has trood Hcmuiui nibiliniis fr m form
ompbi-rr-. pnl nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
il9 1 v
ANTED, a Miocing an ' G' ner
-mini, lteplv btitinit! siaivn
quired mid giving lL'f.'icnees to form
umployen on oi before April '22n ..
3 I Int'nd to ! "e out m lu-in
on April 25th, I irive notice thai
nil Wrtti he .mil joui by, lelt live, tin
n onths f i reimiiH. uill be nlduiani.
lion, if n-'l cbi in -d "ii thn' (Lit . Ail
outstanding account not paid on April
HO tb, will be placed in the hands of a
o In lor
2 0 d HAX ECKART.
DURING my temporary ubsenrelioin
tho Kingdom ilr V I'eck wil
iiiiend to any mutter enincetc I iih mi
business 5IO'RIS JUD . '
Honolulu, April 4, I8S9. 218 11
NOTK 'E is hereby given that my wife,
lliwela, having left my bed and
board, 1 will not bo responsible for
debts contiaeted by her.
Spicckelsville, April I, 1880. 21 lw
TO all whom it ma) concern: I, the
undordlgiiud, lut'oby givi notice
tint my wife, Mrn. Emma Aloiau, hns
left in) bed an I bimid, uitliuut uii) ju t
cause or puivocation. I huve laktn
good ciro of her anil our child'Cn,
clothed them, bin it ws tint nf ni.y use.
Bhu whs bound to go astray aud leave
me. ThoiitOfi, 1 huuby c.u nmcvi! j
store owner nf eve y nuilotiulllie-j in
till- K giloin, not to trust her on m,
ittcou.it. Any ilebis contracted byhn',
1 w 11 noi be respon Ible for .the 'same,
it i-hu employ an) a loruuy, 1 -ill not
pnv i is fi-i-8 All d IU coutruoied bj hi r
w 11 bii on your own rhonlder-
Kapaa Ktnai, April C, 1849. 221 tf
JUST TO HAHD !
J'er ". N, WILCOX."
A Fresh bupply of the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
III Quill Ik A. iu -4.
F. A. SCHAEFE.R & Co.
210 lw .
On Friday, April 12th,
AT lit O'CLOCK NOi'K,
At my Sal sronw, Quton street, I will
sell a Pn He Auction,
6 Shares of British Club Stock,
I'.ir Villi $10 Eielt
J VS. V. MORGAN,
o il r of
I? i lino. (I. .Imbl, I
I' bl e Am linn, ut ni
n ()u i n net,
On WEDNESDAY, April 17th,
AT 1S4 U'UliOCK XOOX.
lhe loll" ing Mnii rnr -lock:
i Bay Stallion "Boswell Woodburn,"
Site In Una o I, -iie ot Miiidii ;
(lis driin Li'ly v oi db mi .
1 Black Stallion "Charcoal,"
S'tnl bv hum Ii
M. i I -y, Jr,j; A--vmi
1 lu Slita Lilian
S'r ' h
d tin by
Sired by Spny on.
Large Bay Mare "Puss,"
Hied bj G neml Knox,
dam 'ue oi ridide Alaie
Jr, fir t
Also, I Ladies Phaeton
EST H the above Mntk with tin
cxc. ,i i n of ''Kuil'Mhi," me b oketi i
Ini'ms', a tid uiih the exte iiion of tin
'8 ii ki-km Stallion," wire all bed .i
Horses & Colts I
FOR SALE at AUuTiON
On Wednesday, April 17th
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX.
At m a eio in, Q n i, ueet ' wil
i 1 at fui. lie A c i m. the fol
low ing Uort.es A, ( o s.
1 Jtvsin Jtiorse !
Broken to Harness and d.uldie.
Mied li King Willi im, out of 11
Nut ic ure.
1 Brown Hor.st"
'i k n u H r s in -mdd e
Be f im lilo. out of u Nil .v
'i ken to Saddle
FBVE COLTS !
I?y an Iinpotteii Stallion, out i I
Niitiv MiirpJ. Not hiiiiillcil
BSy furtlicr pnrtiuil ir. ipp'y '
J AS. P. MORGAN,
Or to ' l en. Hkown. 314 i'.i.'.(!
Uy onU" of .1, K i'ii Wlm ..
rn'i.i ol i In- fSt u o J I. Kap.ikahi,
f Lib i' , Maui, (lei eu-e . 1 .. i ,-e
at Public Auimkii, a' iho Gove inn
una Wit lukn, Viaui,
On Thursday, Ap-il 25,
AT 11 O'CI.OCIt A. 31..
Thn fo'lowiii animuU:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian fired Horsss.
1 rl"me iIUJlH: :
TI K3IH CAMII.
T. W. EVERETT,
Wuiliiku. Muni, Apr 1 8, 18 0. 210 i
Rotul Carts For Sale.
AT SAV PU.VNni-.co
jirlces, an invoice
ot lino light 11 Mid Cam,
r oi-iv,- finm ('biciiL'o, nl thu
IIAWAIfAN OAR. Jl'K'G CO..
210 iw Qtiun s rm-t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
AVAMUBLi: Lot at the
corner of Furl mill
chool Bticets. over nf mi
tcru with nnu Collage, Applv to
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
MOK i.roonied ' ottuire
on I'litichlmwl . I reel
near thu Mormon l hutch, a
flue health locality, quiet m-lehbnrhood.
Inqulro of A. VOGEL,
18H tt At Ed. HoiToOhhieger ifc Oo.'b.
ROOMS TO LET
C10ikou- UI.Y Fu iiit.ii.
I td Uooni.. ijiard if re.
tfiilicd. A ply ut "I liauibci.
lain Home," King utreul, oppositu Ka.
walahao fceatiunry. 184 tf
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
"'c Jte '
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK
All Goods at Greatly
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Ilcccivd .a
iTnani,'j ft' V-i Jg??
Chas. J. Fishol's New Slock of Summer
Millinery will be opened up in a few clays. '
Due notice of opening will be i;iven in this
1ST UAUGAlS-! Now
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
m Lower Prices than ever In fore. New inoicr of
SHELF-EARDWABE, PLOWS k GI'L llCEillSB.
IVov.'lticw and FnucyGoodH, In JL.urre Vni-ity.
j ,'...- ., .X.V'wi",,, ..iii-l..,
1 1 1 hiPt.H ID li. Ii. ri.lrvf.-trn nvlcllnn
t 111 I t-i t M. .NiiKlei anl F. 1.
U 1 er "itnler Hit iium of "itiiilnV rv
l'ie-t C ha-- b on (li&.olvi i). The bn-i-
i.- will he ea ilid on lit 31. N Siufb rr.
s heretofore. F. . Oitilei is i ot iiulbo.
i7.i(l meollu't iin iiinmes dm- the tit in,
- tin i ii lh" fjtjircy. Im ne-s or for the
in ii: ot 'Ubi l-h
200 1m M. N. SANDERS.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
N'liW Coinndir C.ir-
niie u I flint-litd
ijkI bund oim 1
ii firai ( in-, - y i
lil iu cli ke i
i W. I'u '
nm-t lie immedi ileh
iunm- nt run be m en
c; naue m mill i;Iiim
No. 128 Fort t-treet.
HAWAIIAN I5LINI:-iS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap'.
1hTu..Y Uotmgi , nc.iili
ne. em tikinii g purlin
iiiiii.roniii, 4 lieili.ioni-, ki
-iien, bittliioom m d wuiei.clo-.et, er,n
las, Et.ibl", wig -ii-slieil, elm k n bo i-e
ml yard. il. ei gaiden. i tc. Lot ll.lx
00 teei, mill leiirtd lot -ulj minu 757
ei. inineiii Kapabi a iimiika r-id-l
ivinu -tiei l. A i pi at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGfcNl'Y.
Furnished Lodging House.
t NG 1-jipiIi i h- il b h de
L -mi ic Im Hiiiy ii llono.
lulu, with u ix ireil eiM-of
lt yenrs at lo lentil i-llrc , on
i cm. "i of ill health), Uihoui ij"im t
inn nyin th- mni on ,i n i r
vi lu.it ion. boo are 2, i mn on In
p'Cini e. ill tuiiihheil, i 111 n
nanil-ome Minie 'P' "
I-1 tl 1-M 1
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Thu Al Uenmship
Will have Honolulu for tho abovo
port 011 -'
Friday, April 12th,
For Frciuht or I'uBtHge, apply to
WE Q. IEWIN & CO., Agehta.
l tfoii (mj cS
Tor B. B. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. KO&TJH, Proprietor.
AND ARE OFFERING
Fnsli Lot of ' ': ."
Uap L if ?
Line of j ((; .f
ALL pin-ons h-virig clnjm-i acain-t
S . L. Vn di ntnirir ui i.ni
present llxm to t linrlis i reighion o r
before . I hi e :.0, 8i-0. 0 na
bAI. FIIAM.JEC0, ('ai..,
Febiuiitj 19 18-0 J
TX7 C herewith ceitily thut ilnssis.
'1 Dodd&.Miliei an- our dull an.
tlioii.id and onl-, ngi n ti foi ilic Ha.
wuiian I.lRndh foi the s d 01 our Lager
liter in kegs
JOHN W1LLAND BREWING CO.,
I'JOtf John li. Wn-mnil Uios.
Kcinoviil of Barher Shop.
MP. JARUIM lin rimovul bis
hop in m Kim- vtiCl t u yC au
inj'b Hilliunl l'urlorr, Foil t-ticui, wl eie
he is piejard to . ivc i hli the best
e ire arid uialne-s the avociition ol Jiia
art Solicit-the Kind patronage of nil.
inh 23 8illv
AM. ROW AT, Vitcriimry Hurgeon,
. ollicu Hint 1 h'irin.icx m Hiiuniinn
Honil fiables, . otner 11 tel mill R t'liaid
-iieets. r-ciemilic lieiitnitiil in all dii-en-es
ot di mts'iti animals Oi. ers for
pbiiitiitir 11 and uini-li lock pr mpily
"enili d to. Mutual Tm plume 354,
P. O llox32B. inL.lSfiO
Having secured the nrviees of a
Fii-Kt J1jisb Cook
And mii(h- mnn other clmnge- in tho
mauagi mei.t wo arc no ptc-
pirtd 10 put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purclusors.
All Hosiery expon d trim Ba'brggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co (,fd), Im this
Traoe Mark on each nitlen.
Hy nn Act of IJnrliamriit lately pasted
it in niuile n felony 10 use lhe word Hal.
brlggun in k ""Is not inainifaciiired
ihero either by stamping on gooda,
wrnppor, label or ticket, unions 1I10
place wiicie m inufactured is also stated
In equally la ge lettirs as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Or'nlnul Ualbriggan Hoi-iers,
I'er W. 0. Sptoull.
IM Horn Dining Room
I havo now on hxnd a Largo Aesort
- ment of
In all colors and btj les,
Bpcclallj mi le to my order and pattern,
801 tf W. O. WritOUJLIi.
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