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Hotlce to the Dclluquent Tax-Payers.
On and alter to-day, the 8th of
April, nil Taxes will be payable nt
tho Tux Assessor's Olnco in the Kn
No ten per cent chtirgo will bo
made, unless u warrant hns been
issued or a suit commenced against
tho perton or firm wishing to pay.
C. A. BROWN,
Assessor nnd Collector of Taxes for
the Island of Onhu.
218 lv 8.'J It
l)WAttT.Mi:.VT or Finwnci:, )
Honolulu, Apiil 1, J889.J
Tho following persons have been
appointed Assessors and Collectois
of Taxes for the respective Taxation
Division!) of the Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend nnd regu
late tho Lnr, relating to the appoint
ment and teiuuo of otllce of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved the 21t day of August,
A. D. J8S8:
C. A. KNOWN, in t Division, Island
II. 0. TKEADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Iolokni, and Lanai.
HKItl.ERT C. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hnw.iii.
J0SK1MI K. FAKLliY, -lth Divi
sion, IMnndi of Kaui.i and Niiluui.
W. L. GltKKN,
.Minister of Finance.
.Ion .. Austin,
Minuter of Foreign Allaire.
U. A, TlIUltSTON,
Minister of Interior.
V. W. Asiironi),
212 1m 82 4t
J'ledgetl to ncitker Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1889.
TOO MUCH BETTERMENT.
The widening of Alakeu street we
think a wise and proper tiling to do ;
and it is easier to do it nov than it
will be at any future time. The
widening of that street and the run
ning of the tramcars along it must
necessarily increase the value of
property in its neighborhood. But
there appears to be considerable
dissatisfaction among property hold
ers there concerning the way in
which they aic being treated. Some
of them coinp iiu that they are as
sessed cntiiwy too high for "better
ments;" that on complying with the
requisition to send into the Govern
ment their estimated amount of
damages for the property taken from
them, they find the "damages" al
most balanced by the estimated
"betterments." In some instances,
at least, property owners have de
clined to accept tho government
arrangement, and have placed the
matter in the hands of counsel. We
cannot judge at present whether the
complaint is just and reasonable, or
otherwise; but will say that it is no
part of a government to take private
property for public uses, however
much needed, without adequately
compensating the owner or owners
for the loan ; and we trust that the
Alnkea street people will be justly
R. M. S. ZEALANDIA.
The Oceanic Company's K. M. S.
Zealaudia arrived .Sunday at 10
"'clock, (5 days and 22 hours from
Usui Francisco. She was delayed
one day waiting the English mails
which were detained at New York,
it is said, to allow the authorities nt
Washington tune to prepare their
Sainoan correspondence. Tho Jieu
landia brought 20 cabin and several
steerage passengers for this port.
Her through cargo was valued at
$72,111.' After tolling in coal sho
sailed for tho Colonies at 1 p. ni.
the same day.
U, S. S. BROOKLYN.
The U. S. S. Brooklyn which
sailed from IIonoluIii,Novemhcr 10,
1888, for New York under sail, her
machinery being out of order, was
sighted March 'Jii in latitude 23 42
north, longitude 03 38' west by
thq British 6tcamer Fanshnw. The
latter vessel an ivcil at Pcusucola,
l7la., April, and repotted the in
formation that the Brooklyn was
short of provisions. Capt. Bennett
of the Fanshaw gave the Brooklyn a
liberal supply aud she proceeded on
her, journey. The Brooklyn is duo
in New York the latter end of April.
All aboard the Brooklyn were re
Late Foroii lews.
(Per H. M. S. Zcahimha.)
The H. M. S. Zealaudia nrrived i
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, from
San Francisco, with dates to the 7th
of Apt II. Following h n iiiiininry :
John Henry Tope, the Canadian
Minister of Railway, is dead.
Tlie British House of Commons
voted 21,000,000 to incrcaso the
British navy, Apiil 4th.
Hon. Jacob .Sleeper of Boston, is
The Roumanian Ministry hns re
signed. The Marquis of Fly died in Italy
The report of the death of King
John of Abyssinia, has been con
firmed. It is reported that the President
will reappoint Mural llalstcad, Min
ister to Germany.
It is said the President's choice
for Minister to China will be a sur
prise to the country.
George Shields of Missouri suc
ceeds Zach Montgomery Assistant
Tho Oklahoma boomers arc pre
paring for a rush on the date of the
opening of the lands.
Maggie Mitchell has been divorc
ed from her husband, II. T. Pad
dock. Frank Shultz hns been arrested at
Fordyce, Ark., charged with mur
dering eight people.
Downs & Finch, shirt manufac
turers of New York, have failed.
The leader of a gang of incendia
ries has been arrested in Jersey
Two Denver turfmen have been
arrested on a charge of stealing a
string of race horses.
Zachariah L'liafee, widely known
as the trustee of the Spnigue estate,
died April 0, at Providence.
The eldest son of John Bright will
contest the seat in the Commons
made vacant by his father's death.
The Biedler block, on Caunl
street, Chicago, used by vaiious
manufacturing firms, was burned
April 2d. The loss is $150,000.
One hundred and forty Alsatians
have been fined 1300 maiks each for
failing to report for service in the
The Dowager Duchess of Cam
bridge, Queen Victoria's aunt, is
The Government of Chile has
formally signified its intention to
participate in tho congress of Ame
rican nations to be held at Washing
ton this year.
It is stated that the Sultan has
discovered a plot to depose him and
to place his brother's heir on the
Copious rains which have been of
great benefit to the crops have
fallen throughout the province of
In compliance with the wishes of
the State Council the Dutch Parlia
ment lias agreed to the establish
ment of a Regency.
The British Privy Council has re
versed the decision of tho Canadian
court, which had declared that the
metals discovered on the coast of
British Columbia belong to Canada.
The U. S. railway service is being
Joel B. Krhnrdt has been ap
pointed Collector of the Port of
The successful completion of the
cruiser Charleston is regarded as a
great card for the Pacific coast.
President Harrison has issued a
proclamation appointing an hour of
prayer on the Washington Centen
nial Day, April 30th.
A laborer named Edward Deitz
murdered his three-year-old daugh
ter at Pittsburg April 3, and then
The Southern cotton raisers have
decided to use cotton cloth around
their bales instead of jute bugging.
A collision on the Louisville and
Nashville Railroad April 3, resulted
in the death of one man and the
wreck of two trains.
Phil Remington of the great
Remington Arms at llion, N. Y.,
died at Silver Springs, Fla., April 4.
Countess Uodetzky, granddaugh
of the famous Field Marshal Uo
detzky, suicided April 1, at Vienna,
to avoid n critical surgical operation.
General Cardenas, the well-known
dwarf, died at Dexter, Mich., April
5th, of consumption. He was born
in Mexico fifty-one years ago and
had been exhibited as a freak in all
tho principal cities of the United
Manager John Duff of the Stand
ard Theatre, New Yoik, ditd very
suddenly while seated in the box
otllce of that house, March 31.
The long-talked-of fight between
tae feal'ier-weightft Ike eir, other
wise known as the Belfast Spider,
and Frank Murphy of England,
for the championship of the world,
took place at Koutts, Intl., March
31. It ended in a draw after 80
The Chicagos and All-America
bttseball teams landed at the foot of
Twenty-second street on the North
river, New Yoik, April Oth. They
weie met at qiiiirantine by n party
of ;.'00 on a steamer, and were given
a henrt reception. They have tra
velled 32,000 miles.
A terrible storm hns visited
Southern Hungary, demolishing
many houses. In some villages ex
tensive ires arc raging.
Khitrovo, Russian Minister to Bu
charest, has been instructed to de
mand nn explanation from 4he Hon.
lnnniun Government concerning the
expulsion of Russians from Rouma-
nla nnd the general anti-Russian
procedure of the Rouintmin Cnblntt.
The great Eiffel tower, which will
he one of the prlnoip.il foaturcs of
the coining Paris Exposition, was
opened officially March 81. Pre
mier Tirard delivered the oration.
The famine in Shantung and
Monkden, North China, shows terri
ble suffering. Thousands arc starv
ing, and in some places children
have been sold to secure food.
Special Treasury Agent Simmons
has unearthed one of the must ex
tensive smuggling operations ever
curried on in New York. Thus far
the loss to the Government, it is es
timated, amounts to about 850,000.
It is expected before the end is
reached, that the loial will foot up
to fully $250,000. Allaid & Sons
of Paris and 304 Fifth avenue is the
General Boulangcr, being warned
that the Government was preparing
for a coup, arranged so that he
should not full into the Govern
ment's trap and left Paris. He is
now in Brussels.
The Mayor of Leicester, Eng.,
received an anonymous letter
warning him that a plot hud been
nrrnngtd to shoot the Piince ol
nle3 when he attended tlie race
meeting there. Though the autho
rities placed little ciedit in the
statement they took every precau
tion to ensure the safely of Hi
Royal Highness. During the after
noon, however, nothing whatever ol
an untoward nature took place.
A letter from Henry M. Stanley,
dated September 4th, has reached a
friend of the explorer in Edinburgh.
Stanley says he met Emin Pusha on
the shores of Lake Albert Nyanzn.
They were together twenty-six days.
When Stanley left Emin Pusha the
latter was well. Stanley, in a letter
to his Edinburgh friend Bruce, who
is Livingston's son-in-law, gives a
general idea of his journey without
entering into the fullest details. lie
gives a picturesque description ol
tlie scenes traversed by him and lus
forces. The aboiiines are wild,
utterly savage, and incorrigibly vin
dictive. Dwarfs, called Wumhutli,
are Jar worse than nniuinl life. They
arc so wild and shy that no sport
can be enjoyed in the gloom of the
forest. lie describes how he came
across an on least leper hsig, who was
ugly and vicious and refused abso
lutely to give any information. He
placed a young, handsome native
beside her, when she smiled and be
came voluble to beauty and youth.
Stanley says he nnd tamed the beast
in hei lair! Tlie letter is full of cu
THi; NAVAL DISASTKK AMI'.UICAX AND
0 HUMAN VESSELS OUDKULD TO Al'IA
uxriir.ssioss of sympathi.
On April 1st Secretary Tracy of
the U. S Navy issued orders, di
recting the following ships to be
made ready and started for Samoa
at once: The Richmond, nou at I .a
Platte river, South America ; the
Aleit at Honolulu, and the Adams
at San Fianoisco, It is expected
that the Alert will reach there by
May, and the Richmond,, shortly
after. The Secretary also cabled
to Auckland that the men of the
wrecked vessels bo sent to San
The instructions which weie given
some days ago to liniry Corn aid the
preparation of the Charleston at San
Francisco have been reiterated and
every elfort will be umde to get her
guns and gun carnages ti unspotted
overland at the eailiest possible mo
ment. The guns arc ready at the
proving ground at Annapolis, and
the carriages about completed at the
Queen Victoria cabled through
Lord Salisbury to the British Lega
tion at Washington March 31st , di
recting that her earnest sympathy
be expressed to the President of the
United States on account of the ter
rible naval misfortune at Samoa nnd
the deplorable loss of life. Ed
wards, the British Chame d'Af
faires, accompanied by the Secre
tary of State, waited upon tlie Pre
sident and read to him the Queen's
message. President Harrison ex
pressed his warm appreciation and
that of the whole people of this
country, of tho Queen's considerate
sympathy in the calamity that had
overwhelmed our naval corps at Sa
moa. A formal reply would bo
made, the President 'aid, through
the Department of State.
A graceful tribute from English
naval ollicer.s was contained in the
following cablegram leeched by Se
cretary Trnev April 1st:
Gibraltar," March 31st. Tho olll
cers of tho English Channel fleet
sympathize with the American Navy
in the terrible loss of life from the
wrecks at Samoa.
To this message Secretary Tracy
made tho following reply:
Washington, April 1, 1880.
To the Admiral Commanding Her
Majesty's Channel Fleet, Gibraltui :
Accept for yourself and tho officers
of your command my grateful ac
knowledgment on bihalf of the
United States Navy for your mes
sage of sympathy anil good will oc
casioned by the recent disaster nt
Secretary Tracy received from
Lord Charles Beresl'ord of the En
glish Navy the following cablegram:
To tlie Secretary of the American
Navy: Allow me to express tho
heartfelt sympathy nnd regret my-
i self and my brother olllcers feel at
the loss suifcied by the American
navy nt Sunioa.
Quaen Victoria sent a riispntoh to
Emperor William of Germany, ex
pressing regret for the loss of the i
Gorman men-of-wnr nt Sninoa.
Iu tho German Reichstag April
3rd the Navnl Secretary, referring
to the loss of tho German warships
in tlie recent hurricane at Apia, said
that it was the duty of the country
to mitigate the sufferltius of the vic
tims of the disaster. Regnrdinu tho
situation in Samoa, he said that the
report of the German olllcer in com
mand there did not show that tho
lives or property of Europeans were
cndnngeicd. He was sure Hint the
British warship Cnlliopc would not
have left Samoa if the position had
been critical. He announced that
the Government intended to rcplncu
the German wrecked vessels ns soon
as possible, ns the United Stntes was
about to send three cruisers to tnkc
the place of the American warships
that have been lo-t.
The imperial order in relation to
the loss ot olllcers nnd men belong
ing to the Gei man navy by the rc
ctnt hurricane nt Apia litis been is
sued. The Emperor says that he
laments that by God's will the olll
ceisnud men stationed ulSnmo.t who
in December slaked their lives for
the Emperor and the empire lost
their lives while in the faithful per
torninncc of duly. The Etuperoi
expects that confidence in the navy
which lias been so successfully de
veloped will remain unshaken, nnd
thai the devotion to duty displayed
by those who perished will serve as
a bright example to the whole navy,
which in the future as in the past
will work for the wellaie and glory
of the Inlherlaiid.
The Government of New Zealand
has placed tlie steamship lliiieinna
of si-l? tons at the disposal of Admi
ral Kimberley in consequence of the
loss of the American men-of-war at
British cruiser Rapid of 1420
ton, mounting twelve guns, has
sailed lor Samoa.
O.ie hundred and twenty officers
and men belonging to the wrecked
German warships have anived a
Auckland, en route for Germany.
The German warships Alexan
drine and Sperabor have been or
dered to Samoa. They were to sail
for Samoa about April 10th.
l'nc German naval authotities
have ordeied the cruiser IJabicht
and the gunboat Wolf to be put in
readiness at once to proceed to
Mr. A. Aschcim of Grinbamn &
Co. returned on the Zealaudia.
Hon. Geo. II. Dole was among
the passengers on the Zealaudia,
looking well after a vioit to Hie
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Williamson
arrived lroin England on the Zea
laudia for a two months visit to their
daughter, Mrs. W. II. Barnes of
Miss Van Oterendorp daughter ol
the Captain of the Zealaudia has
come down to the islands for a short
Slav. She is the guest ol Mis. C.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones return
ed from the States on the Zealanditt
both looking exceedingly well. Mr.
Junes has spent most ol his lime
abroad in trying to work out the pig
puzzle. Mr. Junes has our" bent
i hanks for a complete file of late
Sail Francisco papers.
Mrs. A. P. P. terson, wife of the
Deputy Attorney-General n turned
on the Zealaudia after spending
several months in the East.
Mr. J. Baitiam ol Elders & Co.
is back liotn a vacation in the
Mr. J. L. Torbert. the popular
salesman at the Pacific Hardware
Co., leaves on the Plainer lor a three
mouths vacation. He has been with
the company thirteen years, and
during that tune has only had about
thiee weeks vacation. It will be
the first lime he has left the islands
and his inttny fiieuds will wish him
a pleasant trip and sale return.
POSITION as guvi-ines-, cniui union
or noun) eiju-r, l u iiidv reii-ni
' inn l he lute.s. Add is-i 'L." ," ihf
Mice 224 lw
suitable lot huh.
Is broken to Imino
mill 'in' die. ('ill oi
nililiuxhihiM fuVe Bill
Telep o 180.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
T W. JlcOUIKE lmvlni' mnvul hi
W phici ot IniHiliu-H mill) lilt) illlce
ol tl.e iiwidliiii Ttunxfer t'o in tin
liurne s tli'ipnl F Pliilp-, so 1)3 Kin u
fctriM'1. I. j.io noiif.i Ids fiieiul ninl the
pilhlit; l'ii. roll . thai he U iciulj to eon.
lill'ie tint exnreM, and iliav htifii cis
iiNiloi (he num.. or .1. V. Mi Ouiie. II
Tulepliono Nn 111. 224 3
fcr A HOUSE ith !l lurun nnd
AjSS --l1"" i" Ill wi'h lb-
&.aiE2Kit l Ik II lid liilllli. Din HltiiCI I'd,
mi villi;, n ir ei, ppn itu )r, jtlr:.
Wiiy.i.-V, A p' l .lull i Hunk, on ,,ie.
ml.., or ni in- oil i-e. "19 t
Furjiihlicil Itoonisj To Lut
nMOxN, pleasant Monro-to
f., ... ,1... M..3....'... I).
&S2Es21 riceuily ocoiii led by Mr. King,
on I'liiielihowl 'cct.oppositu the North
I'.milio fiiMhutc. 'ii: I in
THE BEST PA PER t- Mib.rl
jL Un L Uiu ' uiil hulliiiii,''
cents per month.
Auction Sales by Jatnos F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriages k Brakes
On WudiH'Hdtiy, April 17,
, I JM O'CLOCK l.
In f oh of my "iili" n in, Queen sttci I,
HttC' llll'Hilll'O' St'llll) s v oil,
I "111 ill at I'tiMie Anr.
Hon wlili-. lit io-i rvi ,
4 Chic ago Road Carts !
1 1 nn.. ' . ti I ii nt Blufl Him'- ,
I T . Si . I- Illl l'Vtllll-l-
ON'IO TOP lJUGtiY I
2 '' ic mi-, 1 Carnage,
3 family Carriages !
1 Doi,' li- eit Ml guy, Ml'l
; vcin.li in il li"i gn ..
J A S. P. JUUItGAN,
2l-i 1 (Mi. tinnier.
ADIISIa rBWOH'S SALE
h nle nl .1. S Ivi'-i , Vilm i--tri
n die i , o o ,1 I. Knp.tknhl,
ol' Lib I , Mii'ii, dei e.ie 1 . . .u
nt 1' h ie Vu-tloii, nl the Goveinin-'
I' iiiiiit U , lului, .Maul,
On Thursday, Ap-il 25,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
T .e To lo On animus:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hi.v,iiian Bred Horses.
1 l.nno WULK !
1. AV. EVEUETT,
Wailuku, Mui, April H, '8-9. 210 'it
I K. C. UOLTIS i hureby authorized
LJ o .i .i..i li'-- mime. Iiv procil '
I". M S. GIIINUAUM'A CO.
i ono 'ilu, A it i2, .hnU. 2 2 l
nOX. SAMUKL M. DAMON hold
ni power il uiinr u, to net lo
i chili, g m nh enec f n m ihi Kiig.
(loin " CHAS. M. "ISMOP
Uono nlii. April 12, I8M). 222 lv
A p-mics who nrij indebted to thi
ll in . , Ekii ib Co, 73 nt (1 7 1
I'd-i - iu -, :i c leqii' -ted lo uiiike (in
i in ili P- -i ttietni ul. l.ejial jirnon
will t k- on all iiccoii'iw wliieli n
uiuin uni'nid May I, ISS'i. 2.3 d
'PUB Mii I'd i" nip. ii liuvin 'Iji
JL dij lira i-ed 'i'o-mopoMiii'i
Kf.t II II . I ll-'.lll 'I Inn '(eu will III
nt ii ei ii i' on ;i ii li-.-. I'lncse.ri'
ll lle. ' l! top III --. wiM p"l- II
p.iilis lo ni lie 111 i ! i'4 uUiiictlv. .1 i
- itbliH ion to ii- in .
UI F NG O.MPAXV,
lly op Sjuif
linn. In it, April 9. 169. 219 l
VJOTIt 13 Is hereby jdven that Jin
J. i ee having thii day sold out lil
iu uie-.t In the "Cosmo ol'lnn" Restau
rant, lilely enrred on by him on
Uctliel sir ut, adjoining the pr iiils-e
of es-si-n C.tsllo & Cooke, lo the Sui
Kong Ci inpiuiy, from an I nfti r the Oth
uiit . haid lb in will eolleei all aecoiuits
anil p.iy nil bills connected with said
business and the said .lun llec will col
lect al outstanding accounts. Jun lice
alone being nut orize to receipt for
wune. nnd will pay all chiims against
the rcst.iur.iiit to the above incut unci!
date. JnN 1IEK.
Honolulu, pril 8, 1S89. 218 lw
lu-t receive I p.-i bok "ii. N.
Wilcox" ft out Germany.
I'OIt ISAtll 1IY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
litis jiiht mrivcil wMi 1111
P10111 13 iglund mill Germany.
roit ham: at
H. Hackfeld & Oo.'s.
JUST TO HAND !
Pit '.'. X. lVltdOX,"
A Fresh iuppl 01 the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
fcSpjiten Bracu "
Iu Quiuii. fc I'iiit!.,
F. A. SCHA.EF1EK&CO.
Tie Fittest Assortment of Stylisi lliiiery
Ladies', iMIsscb' k Children's Untrimniod Hale,
Film Fricli Flowers, Fancy ll ms, omaiiiits, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This Tuotulny, Wednesday mid tho Host of This Week.
We have imported the finest elnss of Millinerv, regardless the cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu Indies. Thu ladies nre
coidinlly invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FBSHS ,
Tlio Lending Millinory House, cor. Fort A Hotel ste.
B. I1. EHLEJKS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AltE OFFE1UNO
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in AH Departments.
Just Uueeived u Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
lroixx sTxtKisrr, norsoi.m.u.
Lamps, CHandeiiers & Lanterns,
At Lower Trices tlinn i-ci hiion. New 1 ,u. 1
SHELF-1RDWAEE, PLOWS k GEffL lEllillUSE.
Ju-t Hcei ivn
INovcltiow iiucl X.iicv Oootli-, In Ijn.jr,. Vnrli'iy.
IliAL, lflaTATB FOlt SALE.
I Vs. UABLE Lot nt the
t. crner of Fort ami
clioul slicL-ts, over ifofnn
une with i.ii" t'oinigi. Vptih to
'I'l tf ,T. M. VIVAS.
ItOOIMS TO LET
- ptOMFdUTMlLY Fu-niMi.
ff&M ul Uooms. Unard if re.
KvisKi quircil. Apply nt "Diioiiliui.
luin FI..ii e," King -tied, opposltn Kn
waian o omn'iiry 1H4 tf
Li)(.i liou'cwoik in .-. piivati' family
I13 11 riipiliiu Sivi-ill-li Oirl i'i
IiiSKDiul leCDiiimi'iidutiniiB fi- 111 forinui
(1 )1.4 i'l--. )4h ut
HAWAIIAN BUSI.VESS AGENUY.
(Jiirringf For Sttlo Cheap.
1XI.W Onmnikr Cm.
liiiLM! jiit llni'liud
mil hand oini-K t innuul
11 llri :iu y 1-mii-t lie iniiiiediiitulj
Id lo closi: nn iii-ignmiiil. i-ini Iu'mcii
1 W. II. I'np ' ci mine niiiiiifiii-iun,
No. 128 Fori ire-el.
HAWAIIAN 1ILVINK-S AGF.NOY.
Cottage i'or Sale Cheai).
1T '1 (Jut ug. , 1. early
i.e n em l-it i g imiIih
mill, room, 4 In ill 0111-, Ui
' ifii, liiilliroinii aid uaii'i-clo-i 1, ver.m
Ins, fetnbl", w.g n-slieil, rru ki-11 Iioim
nil yard. 11 1 ur giirili-n. i te. Lot li'ix
00 leci, ninl leii-id lot mlj uiiiu 57
f. Siiii:i'cai Knp.ilmi 11 luuuUn fill.
I ivin'i -t i'ii. -i plv nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGiiN Y.
Furnished Lodging (Souse.
$l a 1 N(l i'ial).Ulii'il in 11 ile.
cCj Li Miit'iiu lneiiihy in Ilniu).
iaBuSAStt 'uiu. "illi u ix in it .ease o f
ij years 11 1 low lental i iiVteil, (on
uco.i't of ill hualih), "jihou ii'MitiK t
any t'tiyin ili. iiiiuiiur.- hi a lair
viilii-ttinn. lierc itie "-( mom on 'lie
iiieiiii-e- wi-ll turii'slicil, yleliling a
iiuiil-iinm "vi'iuii. -vpnl u
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
NOTH 'K is hereby given that my wife,
lliweln, luivlng left my bed nnd
hoard, I will not ho responsible for
debts contracted by her.
Spreckclsvillu, April I, 1S80. iil lw
rPIIK pnrtiiernliip heretofore rxlFtlnu
1 between M. N. Sunders nn 1 F. I,
C .tier under Hie lmniu of SimilciM li.
press Cu lias bicn disbolvnl. The husl.
ness will ho cm tied on by M. N. Samlers
as heretofore. F. J, Outlet is uotnullio.
rized to collect any monies duo tho Ann,
either on tho cxprosB business or lor the
cartago of rubbish.
200 lm Jf. N. SANDKUS.
rpO nil whom it niny c.incorn : I, tho
A undersigned, heiehy give notice
that my wife, Mrs. Emma Aloitiu, has
left my bed utnl board, without uiiy jntt
cause or pioocation. I lmvo taken
good care of her and imr eldldrcn,
clothed ihotii, bin it was nut of nny iibe,
she was bound to bo astray nnd leave
me. 'lhoieloic.l heieby emuioii every
More owner of oveiy nmioiiulities iii
Ibis Kingdom, nut to triibt her on my
account. Any de bts contracted by her,
1 will not bo rcapondblo for tho same,
'fbhuomploys any ntioiuey, I udl not
pay his fi-ti-, All d. bt cnniracied by her
will hi on your own fehoiildqw
IvnimiiKQUfti, April C. 1881). 220 tf
rdware Co., I'd,
ALL ).eipns having claiini ugniiiht
W . L. Vmli uiu iu uill p,h0
present tliem to ( Inirhs Creighlon on or
bi'foii .lui c !)0, I8M). 10- ini
iS-O FliAhCIECO, Cai,.,
i'ebiuuij 19 ISj.'O
7 B luiiwiili (ertily Hint Missis.
1 Hdi l & iMillei an our duh an.
tliorii'il ninl only ng( n'h foi ibe' Ha.
vkiiiinn IIiiikU foi the sal" ol our Lager
Beer i Ut-gs.
JOHN V1KLAND BKEWIKG CO.,
iyo 'I John II. nianil bios.
Itejuoval of Barber Shop.
"IVT V. JAHDIM lin- 11 moved his
XtX iio 41.111 him.-ftieil to Met ar.
ilia's l.illinril I'liilnt.-, Foil ciicel, wl. etc
lie is pii-iiir.il to Mivt- wiih ibe best
e.ueiind iH'iilni'.-s the nM-cution 01 Job
in Solii-ith tin- Hihi jmiii nuL'e of all.
A It. ROW AT, Viiciiiniry Surgeon,
ollicc ninl 1 Jim muc nl Hitwuiian
llotul -inliki.. iiiiiiei Hotel anil R-cbatd
-lH'cli-. cifii-illc lii'iiiimiit in nil di-eii-usoid
initio iiiiin.uls On.ers for
lil.mlali' 11 anil hum h -toil; promptly
Htiemlid t'. Miiiunl Tiiiplniiic S.ri4.
I'. O I'.nx :iii(i. iiili.18.89
Hull House Dining Hon
Having secured the strvircs of n
Firm t!IiiKS Cook
And niiuli- mans other changes in tho
management we are now pre-
pmd 10 put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Rial Biilijrijp Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Ho'itry oxpnind from Balbrlgnin,
Iroland, b. Smyth & Co (I'd), lm this
I nidi! .Murk on each nitieli
Hy an Act of Parlinuient Inloly ras6cd
t s mado 11 felony lo use tho word Hal.
briggim on goods not niatiiifaoiurcd
ibero, cither by stumping on goods,
wrapper, Inbul or ticket, unless the
plncu where munufnoiurnl is also sinlcd
'" .Viually largo letters ns tho word
,, n , S31YTII & CO. (LM),
The Original Uiilbrlggun Ho-ers,
l'er V. O. Sproull.
I linvo now on hand n Largo Assort
Iu nil colors uud styles,
Specially undo to my order nnd pattern.
201 tf W. C. Nl'UOUJLI.
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