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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 17, 1889.
Dr.PARIMCM r FlNA.NOK, )
Honolulu, April 1, J889.J
Tlio following poisons bavo boon
appointed Assessors ami Collectois
of Taxes for the respective Taxation
Divisioui of the Kingdom, iu nccoxd
unco with an Act to amend and regu
late the Lav, lelating to the appoint
ment and tenure of olllee of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Ci'lli'c.tion of Taxes,
approved the 21n day of August,
A. I). 1888:
0. A. BllOWN, 1st Division, Tsland
II. (5. TllHADWAV, 2nd Division,
Island of Maui, Mulnlcai, and Lanui.
11E1UJEKT ( Al'STIN, 3ul Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FAKLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Xiihuu.
V. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
.Mitiistoi of Foreign Allaire.
L. A. Til HUSTON,
.Ministei of Inteiior.
C. W. Amu mm,
Atioini y-deiw nil.
212 im 82 4 1
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Pkdett to ticiti'ur isect nor Party,
But i.tallis)uii tor the licmiit of all.
WEDNKSDAY, APRIL 17, IS8D.
"What the "Advertiser" says
about the claims of property holders
on Aliikea street not having been
considered as yet, etc , may possi
bly be correct ; but it. certainly is
not true that the Bum.utix's inform
ation tegariling dissatisfaction, etc.,
was piematurc; because dissatis
faction was e.xptesicil by property
owners, who desired us to give pub
licity to their complaint, and that,
too, in language much stronger than
we used. The dissatisfaction itself
may have been premature, but the
fact remains that it existed.
EniTou IJn.UTix: There are
many improvements the government
Kliotuu mai;e wiucn wouiu ue oi
moie benefit to Honolulu than the
"road up on Punchbowl ;" viz. : the
widening of the Nuuanu avenue at
Pelctila bridge and the building up
higher than at present the sides of
said bridge, and the putting in of
drain pipes at the corner of Nuuanu
and Heretania streets, and at the
corner of King and Nuuanu streets,
and King ami lAn streets.. Now,
with that Shl'Mi .! mat no-use road
up ou l'unclil'ovvj tin- .-.aid iroptovc
nicnts could lie ui.ide and they
would be real benefits to our city.
The water which w ill accumulate
on Nuuanu and Ueretania streets
corner, next to the late Queen Em
ma's place and the Commercial sa
loon premises, will make those hide
walks impassable in rainy weather,
and then the pure and unadulterat
ed English which will be scattered
broadcast by some certain parties
will freeze the hair on a dog's tail.
It would be an easy task to put in
drains at the corners while the tram
way people are laying down track,
and before the streets are graded
higher. Now is the time to do it
the sooner 'tis done the better.
A confirmation service was held
last evening at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, when twenty-two candidates
were presented to the Rishop for the
laying on of hands. ' The Rev.
George Wallace presented ten and
Rev. II. II. Gowen the remaining
candidates. An address wai de
livered by the Bishop. The candi
dates included- five nationalities,
English, American, German, Ha
waiian and Chinese. A large con
gregation was present.
OPIUM SEIZURE AT KAHULU!.
There was quite a sensation iu the
usually quiet village of Kahului, on
Saturday night last, when it became
known that 1500 tins of opium had
been seized w hile being taken ashore,
by a policeman iu the Custom House
boat. All sorts of rumors are afloat
regarding those connected with the
smuggling of the drug and the
truth is hard to get at. One thing,
however, is quite certain, it was a
preconcerted plan, as the opium was
in a lighter in the bay, having been
deposited then1 presumably from
the Anna, preparatory to being
taken ashore at a more convenient
time. The policeman who was ar
rested with the drug tolls some queer
stories, which if true, implicate a
Customs otlicial as being a party to
the smuggling, and he (c. o.) (hill
ing discovery was imminent, arrest
ed this man in order to screou hira-solf.
lNTI'.KV.STlXO INTKUVIKW WITH
If there is any one man who takes
an interest in the future welfare of
Hawaii it is the Hon. Henry Watci
houso. He is u keen obseiver and
never travels with his eyes tloscd.
Having just returned from a tour of
the States, u liruxriN reporter
dropped in to see him this morning,
to find out whether ho had gathered
in anything new while abroad. Mr.
Wnterhouse received the reporter in
the most pleasant manner, and said
he would be glad to answer any
questions put to him. Following is
tlu result of the interview :
What have you to say about sugar
When 1 arrived in San Francisco
sugar was quoted at 6i cents, but
when 1 loft there it had gone up to
G.55 cents. This was owing to the
failure of the Cuba crop and the
beets in Europe. On the last steamer
the price had dropped to 6.50, but 1
think that is only temporary ; it will
in my opinion soon icach 7 cents.
The sugar prospects for the future
are very rosy. Sprockets opens his
Philadelphia refinery iu June, and
then he will have to go into the
market and compete with the Trust.
The Trust has, there is no doubt,
been trying to keep sugar down, but
when they have such a competitor in
the market as Sprockets, they will
have to be eaicful in what they do.
It will be a benefit to the planters
Did you learn anything about the
It was passed merely to satisfy
some people on the Coast to serve
political ends for the time being. I
do not think we need fear it at all.
They are not going to open the door
to one industry, for if they did
others would want to Btep in.
What prospect is there for a cable
to the islands?
A very good one indeed, in fact,
1 think before the end of two years
Hawaii will be connected to the
Slates by cable. The present U. S.
administration is in favor of it,Ulaine
having said he would do all in his
power in the matter, and that there
ought to be a cable. 1 talked cable
with everyone I met who had any
influence, and showed them the point
they would gain in having it. Min
ister Carter is doing all possible in
his power to get a cable. We here
have got to do a great deal f work
ing up, and now is the time to do it.
The cable will bo one of the greatest
boons to the country.
Did you visit Washington?
1 was picsent at the inauguration
of President Harrison. The pro
cession was a grand sight. I saw
everything that was to be seen. The
Hawaiian Minister 1 took by sur
prise. He is a hard woiker, ferrets
out everything, and is always alive
to the interests of the islands. I
found a good many people in Wash
ington who thought that Samoa was
light alongside of Hawaii. From
all I heard the United States do not
want Hawaii, and will protect it
from any foreign power, and do all
it can to develop the resources. The
Slates looks upon Hawaii as an
adopted child. The tricks and job
bery at Washington are far ahead of
Hawaii. Where SI is used here
thousands of dollars are used there.
How did you find people posted
about the islands?
I whs perfectly astonished at the
ignorance I found everywhere along
the line. Some asked me whore the
islands were situated. I answered
by handing them a copy of the
"Paradise of the Pacific," several
hundred copies of which Mr. Wil
liams had provided me with. They
were carried away with tho paper
and gave their addresses so as to
have it mailed regularly. I think
quite a number of people will visit
the islands during the summer. In
about two mouths time McKinley,nf
Ohio, with a party, will be hero to see
the islands lor themselves.
Anything new with regard to the
I expect that ere long, steamers
will be running every two weeks be
tween San Francisco and the Colo
nies. The matter is being worked
up with considerable energy iu the
Colonies. A line from Vancouver
to Australia may be established in
the near future.
Did you meet with any islanders
Lots of them. At Toledo, I at
tended a Y. M. C. A. convention
whore 400 young men from the State
of Ohio weie congregated, and I
met inairy people who were well
acquainted with residents in the isl
ands. 1'hey asked nil manner of
questions. Jn San Francisco I met
Manager Young, of the Iron Works.
Ho was as Iiiibj as a bee, and evi
dently believes that "the early bird
catches the worm." As you know,
ho came back loaded with contracts
for new work, and every .credit
should bo given him for his ability
iu competing with foreign manu
facturers right on their front door
step. It is pretty tough work to get
ahead of a Scotchman.
An ice cream festival and sale of
fancy goods was held last ovening
at the Queen Kuima Hall under the
auspices of the Honolulu Y. M. C.
A. to meet current expenses. Tho
hall was very eliiboiately decorated
and the atteiidanco quite large. The
refreshments furnished by Mr. Horn
were llrbt class,
PHE OLDEST DAILY in
I Klmrrlnm "Tlif, Dftilv Bulletin.!
IMPORTANT MEETING IN HILO.
A public meeting was held in the
Courthouse, llilo, on tho 10th inst.,
for the purpose of forming a local
printing nnd publishing company.
The inniu object was to establish a
weekly newspaper of four pages,
double demy, as n locnl advocate of
tin rights of llilo, and an exponent
ol the varied and vast natural re
sotiices of the districts of llilo, Ua
makua and Kahata.
Mr. E. G. Hitchcock was in the
chair, and among those present 1
noticed their honors Judges Austin
and Lyman, and Messrs. Scott and
Goodalc, plantation managers. The
chairman culled upon Mr. J. M.
Macdunahl, of Honolulu, to state
the objmi. ol the meeting, and give
details of the probable cost of plant
and the chances of running the pro
posed venture so as not to entail loss
upon the shareholders.
That gentlemen then went into
the minulia of starling a newspaper,
and gave estimates of the cost of a
hand-press, type, and other essen
tials of a complete plant for a
weekly newspaper. Regarding the
political policy to be advocated, he
thought that" neutrality should be
adhered to iu small communities
where there is only one paper : but
that the columns of the journal
should be open for communications
expressing the opinions of the peo
ple. Of course, there are always
occasions when silence or neutrality
would be a crime in a public journ
alist; but these occasions, Mr. Mat
donald thought, weie not frequent
and could be specially met without
unduly impairing either the adver
tising or subscription lists.
A lew suggestive remarks were
made by the two circuit judges pre
sent, and by other prominent gen
tlemen of the town and district.
There were no dissenting opinions
expiesscd. All were impiesscd with
the conviction that a local newspa
per is urgently needed, and the ca
pital of the "llilo Printing and Pub
lishing Company" was fixed at Sl,-
000.00, in 50 shares of 520 each.
Mr. J. P. Sisson of llilo, was elect
ed President, and Mr. Burt, of same
place, was chosen Secretary both
pro tern. Twenty-seven shares were
at once subscribed for, and a can
vess is being made to dispose of the
balance of shares. Mr. J. M. Mac
donald was empowered to act for
the company in Honolulu, and he
leaves llilo to-day for that city. I
ti ust the venture may prove a suc
cess. Another meeting will be call
ed shoitlv. A. B. C.
llilo, April Kali.
A NEW SuDUSTRY.
In strollinir about our streets the
past week wo were pleased to see so
many places occupied by Hawaiian
noineu, engaged in the manufacture
of line hats, fans, and many other
articles, out of bamboo, palm, and
lauhala. They are turning nut some
very line and tasty wot is. and cer
tainly deserve great credit for the
style in which most of their woik is
done, and we hope they will meet
with that success their industry de
serves. Tlis lightness of their bam
boo hats is icniarkablo, weighing
only fiom four to five ounces. This
is a step in the light direction, as
there is no leason why Hawaii
should not manufacture more of the
things it uses, and import loss from
abioad. llilo lterotd.
Ancilon Sales bj Lewis J. Levey.
o pi rvn cka o
15 vr:i. "; i .lied
mil um er id si'i in-, 'i
OIjohj; of i.j Sh.i. I -'
Mi'il 'S'!l. It - i.
i '.i inu I y lee
"u i mi Hie Jii
ill ( Mi- r.ie
I' . !.in- AiK'ion, al
ililo. J. I i I r'1 .
Tll Slllp i! llr, lHt'
On FHIDAV. April tOtli,
AT li: O't'MX'K A. 31..
rlie w I, o ' tlii .-'i !. I Mi icliiiiuliso
lie! iij L v ti
Y" o t liung,
i I .. t .-. .. -. ' .
in i;Cik V'WiritOfWS.
'1 .11 II
.v (im o!iii!i Hiir'H,
' i. unit-, ' liithliir, i lu , and
Three Fine Sewing Machines,
In good oulr:r. Altio nn iisfoit
Fresh Groceries, Household Furniture,
1 Carriage Horse & 1 Expr. Carriage,
Lie, Fir, Kir., Etc.
Tj-.klMi. i Ati.
"S. S. KINAU"
IV ILL LBAVB ON
the 40th Inst., for Keauhoii,
I " "" luui.,
Tlio iiii-v Volcano LuiidiiiK, only 14
ii)'io tuna 'he Crater.
ToUlihtti nirllillg lO Hl'U tho Vol-
cmiii tlio ild !) I inihs this iippnrtuuity.
Tlie s iMiner niiur.ii- Hi Honolulu from
KiiHiiiiiiii on S iiurd.i) , tlio -.7ili. S'i Si
11. W. WILUOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Abo tide upent for ll;o Malo Window
Hprecn-, Coinliliicil lluvol bijinre1!, Ktan
dmil, Uoo'lricli em , r'owmj; .Mnisliinus,
Hlc,cluv, Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
Olllee, coiner ot llethul and Kingsts.,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On "Wednesday, April 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At fin rosiduVro of Mr. V. V. Camp
bell, No 7.) Befutanla street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel, I will sell at
Tho Entire Houseli'd Furniture
New enter & Ma Rut.
L:ce Cutlaliii Pole?,
i Ilaudsonio Wicker Parlor Set
With Plush Urn hious; '
I Hevellul Pinto OIihs Mliror,
Paintings & Pictures,
Decorated Hanging Litmins,
Miuslvo lllnnk V. Center Table,
15. V. Murhh-lnp Tabic,
1 B.W. Colored Marbletop Bedroom Sot,
MiittmsM's iSi Pilings
JUiick Walnut Clu tVonlrrc,
1 13. U' MnMilcto.' Utriioom Set,
Extension Dining Table,
B. W, Marbletop Sideboard,
Cimk Stove & U-oii-Uh,
Garden Hose, looK
Cnnary Bird and.Cages,
JAS. F. IWOIJGAN,
22'' (Jl Auctioneer.
Closing Out Sale
ny order of Ml. i. KrKar', I nill sell
nt I'll' He ' i i m, n In store,
i.i tl r' c idl,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Ji
UU Enihc mi
lt i if i foilR.com nri-inu a
Cluster DIAMOND ffisis !
DmiikmkI I east I'lns
1'C.lll 'ttl!l', Hold Hl'j!S,
Hold r.ioor'.'i' & Krueolol!!,
A Lame Assoitinent of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
IJiixclic-, faring-. itSleeye Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware,
Ti t nil Coll'ee Si'W,
Toil el Sets etc Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
L'irgi' Lot ol Wo id "rune Clocks,
fallow t'aes, Sh !uiu' & Fixluies,
One Large Iron Safe !
ESfJten einl'or tlmt nil Unods mint lie
i-olu ii jr I'dir s of coal S,.l -ndiil rb'.uice
JAS. i JiOIMiAN.
u2: 1 1
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
On GOOD FRIDAY, April 19th,
Gaafly FaCiory k Mm,
F. HORN, Proprietor
t Hnt H
H UUt UIUU
Can bo hud at
On Good Friday,
April 1, 188'),
From S a, in. until 5 p, in,,
And will bo delivered
To any part of ihu city.
Scud in Your Order S'luly.
AOTICE of 1U3MOVAL.
T W. JIcGUIHE having moved his
O placy of buslno's irorn tho ofllco
of tho Hawaiian Tianefcr Co. to the
luir.iciy thop ol F Phllp'n, No 92 King
blicut, ln'gs)o notify his friends and the
public genmiilly thai ho Is ready to con.
limit) the express and dray business
under tho iiiuun of .1. . Mcuulre. Hell
Tulephono No. IU. 224 Ut
rPHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
l 2d coliiiiins, purely local matter
Mailed tj foreign countries, $Q per
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
BY vlituo of a power of fnlo oonlnin
lu a certain mortgage deed glvnn
by A. Morgan, of Honolulu, Oiihu, to
B'Miopaml Company, of said Honolulu,
datcil July 2U, 1838, and recorded in tho
KegMiyot Deeds hi said Llou(iliilu,ln LI.
her 1111, on pages 0!), 100 nnd 101, and In
pursuance of notice of intention to fore
close hot oloforo published, thcie will
be sold at I ublle Auction by .as. F.
Morgau, Auctioneer, at bis salesroom,
on Queen street, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOON,
All and singular the Premises conveyed
by said inoitgago deed, namely:
1 That Certain Piece of Land pur
chased by said Morgan from Y O Achi,
by deed ilatcd January 10. 188.1, and re
cbidcd in Liber 7, page fit.
2-Tliat Certain Piece of Land pur
chased by said Morgan from W U AchL
by deed ilatcd Apiil !). 1S80, and record
ed In Liber , page .
3- -All the right, title, Interest and
estate of the said A Moigan, hi and to a
Certain Lease to him made by said W
C Aehl, Doe 10, 18S15, and recorded In
HISIIOP & CO., Mortgngcces.
Honolulu, March SO, 18SU.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
E OF SALE
LY virtue of power of salo contained
) in a certain inoitixage deed given
by James Keau. of Honolulu, Oalm, to
li'lhliop & Co., of said Honolulu, dated
dune 14, 1SSII. and icrorded In thollo
jjistry of Deed's, in sultl Honolulu, iu
Liber 81, on naiic 1!)-', 1!M and 11H; and
in pursuance of notice of luleiillon to
foreclose liuretofoie published, there
will he sold at Public Auction by .las V
Moigau, Auctioneer, at his salesroom on
Queen Mrcut, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT ltt O'CLOCK. XHX.
All and singular the premises conveyed
by saui mottgag'e ueeu, namely:
Certain Tract or Parcel of Land
Lying, situate and being In Aala, Hono
lulu, and moiei) itieularly luciibel iu
li V No. 5051. (L C wvard 1087 to Ulu
oa) together 'with all the buildings and
improvements upon the same.
niSIIOP & CO., Mortgagees,
llouoliil.i, March SO, 1861).
JAS. F. AlOKCrAN,
225 4t Auctioneer.
iCE OF SALE !
BY virtue of a power of sale con
tained in a icitain moi gage deed,
and given by S AI KaauUai, of llouolulu,
Oalm, to Jiishop & Co.. of said Hono
lulu, dated Xoveiubcr 10, 1SSC, and re
corded in tlio Uegistry of .Deeds, In
Miiil llo'ioliilu, in Liber 100, ou nes
127, -128 and -120. and iu pursuance of
notice of intention to foieclose hereto
fore published, there will be sold at
Public Auction by .lames l' Morgan,
Auctioneer, at his talesroom on Queen
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT ltl O'CLOCK XOOX,
All and singular tho premises conveyed
by said mortgage deed, namely:
1 All thot-e premites bituato at lyala
wuhliie, Honolulu, aforesaid, more par
ticularly described in deed of John J3na
to S M KaauUai and W O Achi, dated
.July 27, 1SSU, recorded in Liber 100,
p.igcs 42.j, 12(5 and -127; and said mort
gagor ICaaukai claims to own the whole
of said premises bv virtue of said deed
and by deed of said W. C. Achi, dated
the tbtb day of Xoveiubcr, 188G, re
corded in Liber , page .
2 All the undivided one-half of said
mortgagor S M KaauUai in those pre
mises situate atl'uukolc, Kohala, Island
of Hawaii, more particularly described
iu lloyal Patent Xo. 2302 (G), to Kaale
and Paliale, containing an aica of 181
acres; said morgiigor claims to own said
one-half in fee biniple, as son and sole
heir-at-law of said Pahale by Kawai
lau, Ills wife.
3 All the undivided one-half of the
said mortgagor hi those promises situ
ate at Kapaka, Koolauloa, Island of
Oahu. more particularly described in
Koyal Patent 11501, L C Award 10,780 to
Puaa, containing an area of 1 122-1000
acres and being the same premises con
veyed to said mortgagor by virtue of a
deed from ICaolulo, datcil 23th June,
18SU, lecordeil iu Liber , page .
1JIS1IOP & CO., Mortgagees.
jiouomm, jiaren ;;u, isa'j.
JAS. P. MOKGAN,
225 41 Auctioneer.
Hy order of J. ' Kalua, Admlnis.
trator of Iho Kstalo of J L. Kapakabi,
of Lahaina, Blaui, deceased, I will boll
ot Pnhllo Auction, at tho Government
Pound, Wailukti, Maul,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT Jl O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The following anlmilas
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses.
1 Tamo M. UJL.HU !
T. W. EVI3RETT,
Wailukti, Maul, April 8, 18-0. 210 til
ALIj parties who aro Indebted to tlio
flim of EgHn & Co, 75 and 77
Fort street, ato requested to make an
immediate acttlcmout. Legal actions
will bu taken on all' accoutiU which re.
main unpaid May 1, 1880. 233 td
Tie Finest Assortment
Ladies', Misses' it Children's Unlrinuncd HhIp,
le Mi Flowers, Fauci litas, Oniainiiiils, Laces
-WILL 1H3 EX11IHITED-
This Tuesday, Wednesday and Hie Rest of This Week.
Wo have imported tho finest class of Millinery, regardless tho cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. Tho ladies are
cordially iuvited to inspect our goods.
Tho Li'.iding Millinery
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AKE OFFEK1NG
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL 13A11GA1NS OF-
Remnants in AN
JuBt Rocoiveil a
tS" UAKGAINS -S Now I iue of JB" BAHQA.INS-!
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
milahlc for lad v.
Is biocii lo buriKifK
and Miildle. Call or
BEAXj ISiSTATIS FOll SALE.
VAI.UAP.L13 Lot al tho
corner of Fort and
fc-chool slieets, over nf un
acre with one Cottngi-. Apnlv to
214 tf .T. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSK '.villi iilnrgo and
f. XX. 2 small ro. ins with kit.
!3 edien and lmtluonm attached,
Alakca striet. iinnllo Dr. 51''-
Wnyno's. Apiilv I" .lolm Cook, on pre
miscs, or at ihisofllee. 21!) tf
ROOMS TO liET
Hur-mi. Hi ard if re.
quired. At plv ut '( haniber-
lain Hoii'c," Kint; 'tree', opposltn Ka
waiahno t-'eminary 1H4 tf
Funiishotl IJoinns To Let
,01.1: n ni i-ip' i
iyrA j iiT hi it c Mi i nt
ii ri rcn'ly m ci:i km ii
on Punchbowl btrcet, opposite the Xorlh
Pacific lustitute. 223 lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NFAV Cuiundir Car
riitt'e ju-l ilniblicd
: ami haud:omcly ti iuiiued
in first clas" biyle must bo immediately
sold to close air argument, can be seen
at W. 11. PagcV ci'i'iagc nianufuctuiy,
No. 123 Fort street. -
HAWAIIAN BUS1NKSS AGENCY.
Cottage For Salo Clieai).
1.STOKY Cottage, nearly
iciv, containing parlor,
iliniiig-iiH'iu, 4 b.'ilriKinis, kit
clien, bathroom ai.d water-closet, vcran.
das, Btublu, wiigiiu-shcil, chii.keu house
and yard, How or ganii'ii, etc. Lot 05x
100 feel, and leaFCil lot adj lining 1BTi
feet. Situate at Kapalau.ii, maiika bide
of King street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging: House.
LONG cstablibhed in a tic
siiablc locality iu llono.
lulu, villi unexpired leuso of
!)' years at low rental Is ollured, (on
account of ill-health), without bonus, to
parly buying Iho fuinituic at a lair
valuation, 'llicio arc 23 roounoutho
premlnes well furnlBlicd, yielding a
handsome rovenuo. Apply al
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Fob -1 -HO
TO all whom It may concern: I, tho
X. undersigned, Jm'ieby give noiico
that my wife, .Urn. Emma Alolau, has
left my bed an I bo ml, wilhutn any just
causo or piovucatiou. I have taken
good cato of hur and our children,
clothed thein, hut it was not of any use,
alio was bourn to go astray and lcavo
mc. Theicfore, 1 heioby cuutirm every
store owner of cvoiy nationalities in
this Kingdom, not to trust hor on my
account. Any debts contracted hy hor,
I will not bo responsible for tho same.
If she employs any attorney, 1 will not
pay his fees. All debts contracted by bcr
will bo ou your own sliouldem.
Kapna, Kauai, April 5, 1880. 220 lw
House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
CJt OTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
vj in 14 lb. tins.
For sale bv
J K. BltOYVX & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
SN FltAKCIbCO, VAU,
Febiuary 10, 18t0. J
X 7 15 hi'i. -with ceitiiy thnt Messrs.
TT Dodd & Miller arc our duly an
tliotizcd and only agenls for the Ha.
uaiian I-lands for the snla of our Lager
Beer i- J-i-ir-
JOHX W1ELAXD BREWING CO.,
t'JO tf John 11. Wicland Bios.
JKemoval of Burlier Shop.
MP. JAKDIM. ha- lcmoved his
Imp 1 1 mm Kinc btieet to JlcCar
llij's Uiliiiiiit Pailotb, Foit sti cot, where
he is pictured to serve with the best
cate and neatne-s the avocation of JiiB
ait. Solicits the liinil patronage of all.
A It. HOW AT, Vcteiiaary Surgeon,
Jt. I'lllco anil pli.ii iii ov atUawaiian
Houl Siuliiis, corner Ilnicl and Richard
nicits. r-'eieniillc ttcnimi'iit in all die
uiivcrt ol (lniirsMo anitiials Orders for
pbiD'tHh n and ranch s-tock promptly
atleiKkd t . Mutual Teh phone 354,
P. O Lia :l2li. mh.18.89
Club House Ww Room
Having bccuiciI the services
First OIuhm Cook
And nifuli" ninny other changes in the
managi'ini'iit we arc now pre-
purul lo put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Real Balbriggan Hosiery !
Caution to Purohasors.
A'l Hosiery ctpoiti-d fiom Balbriggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), has this
Tiado Mark ou each ai licit.
By an Act of Purliauunt lately passed
It Is made a felony to ueo the word Bal.
brlggan on goodH not mauufaciurcU
there, cither by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless ihe
place where manufacttticd is also Mated
in equally largo letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (LM),
The Original Balbriggan Hosiers,
Per W. O. Sproull.
, I have now on hand a Largo Assort,
In all colors and btyles,
Specially made to my order ami pattern.
sol tf w. o. Nrwouuu
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