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Honolulu, April 1, 1889. J
Tho following poisons lmvo been
appointed Assessors and Colleetois
ot Taxes for tbe lespeetive Taxation
Divisions of tbe Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late the Lav, rein ting to the appoint
ment and tcnuio of otlleo of Tax
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Tuxes,
approved tbe 21st day of August,
A. D. 18S8:
0. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
II. G. TKEADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokui, and Lauai.
HERBERT 0. AUSTIN', Slid Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 4th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihnu.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
L. A. Tiiuiiston',
C. W. Asiuokd,
til 2 ituS2.lt
'JT II fcl
Plalxrit to neither Sect nor Partyt
lint rstttiisAul for tl.e benefit of alt.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889.
DON'T LOOK RIGHT.
On the 15th inst. a Portuguese
named Joe Fernandez was brought
up in the Folice Court in Honolulu,
on a charge of assault and battery
on another Portuguese. Fernandez
said that be was not ready, and be
ing asked by tbe Court if he had
counself said yes, that Mr. Peterson
was his lawyer. The case was there
upon continued till the 17th inst.,
wbeiuit was again called, and Mr.
Fernandez again turned up with a
request for another continuance,
lie again stated that Mr. Peterson
was his lawj'er, and as he (Mr.
Peterson) could not attend on ac
count of sickness, his case ought to
be continued. It also appeared
that Mr. Peterson had telephoned to
Deputy Marshal Hopkins, stating
that he was a witness in the case,
and asked for a postponement.
This was not satisfactory to the man
who had been assaulted, and was
there with his witnesses for the sec
ond time and ready for trial. Upon
Mr. Fernandez leing questioned as
to what Mi. P. h'i son knew about
the matter, he .lid not stale that Mr.
Peterson knew anything about it,
but said something about a divorce
which that gentleman appeared to
have had something to do with. The
Court held that as Mr. Peterson had
telephoned to the Deputy Marshal
for a continuance, it ought
to be granted, and set the
case for the 19th instant, thus neces
sitating the witnesses for the prose
cution, who appear to be laboring
men, to attend at the court again.
It happens that outside counsel has
been employed to assist the prose
cution, but it can readily be under
stood that if this state of things ex
ists, or if even the Deputy Attorney
General of the Kingdom is to inter
fere in any way on behalf of the de
fendants in criminal cases, all confi
dence in tlio integrity of the prose
cution of criminals will cease. Even
if the statement of Fernandez, that
he has employed Mr. Peterson be
untrue, (which, by the way he posi
tively allirms, with the further state
ment that he will pay him for his
services when the job is finished,)
there appears at least a color of in
justice, for the defendant, from his
statement, surely relies upon the as
sistance of Mr. Peterson to clear
him, and has retained no other law
yer. If the Deputy Attorney-General
was applied to by the defendant
his duty was plainly to give him to
understand that he could do nothing
for him, mid not even permit the
man to expect any possible assist
ance from that quarter. Tills he
evidently has nut done. Moreover,
this is not the first complaint by any
means that Iiuh been heard about
such matters in that department of
Government, and it would seem fit
ting that even the opportunity
imputation of wrong should
PHE OL.DE8T DAILY In the
L Kingdom "Tho Daily Bulletin.'
MORE ABOUT COFFEE.
The article in the London "Post"
from which wc made copious quota
tions in our issue of Tuesday, 1""s
the following lulditlotml information
about coffee on the islands of Java
"and Sumatra, which will, no doubt,
be of interest ts some of our load
ers: "Coffee is u strict Government
monopoly, with the notable addition
that every family is coinpulsorily
engaged in it for the benefit of the
State. For the convenience of cul
tivators small storehouses are con
structed all over the islands? where
ever coffee is grown, and thither tlio
cultivator carries the beans as soon
as be has gathered and lipencd
them. From these local depots
they nre tranferrcd to the larger
towns and sea ports of the coast.
Padang is the great centre of the
Sumatra coffee trade and the ship
ping port lor luirope, as uatavia m
for Java. The so-called Padang
coffee is the product of the western
portions of tlio island of Sumatra
and the highlands of the south. The
shrub, curiously enough, objects to
lowlands and an excess of heat, so
that none is grown in the low-lying
regions near Padang. The plant
thrives at an altitude of eighteen
hundred to two thousand feet, and
docs best on the declivities of moun
tains and hilly tci races, in soil
where forest trees have formerly
grown, and where the woods have
been cut down in such a way as to
leave a certain number standing at
intervals to shelter the tender young
coffee plants. In Sumatra the yield
of the colfee bush is exceptionally
heavy owing to the favourable cli
matic conditions of the island. The
bush is covered all the year round
with the small snow white blossoms
that precede the fruit, while ripe
and unripe berries are found on the
stem at the same time. Picking is
therefore, always going an at tegu
lar intervals, and the cherry-like lit
tle fruit is dried, removed fiom its
thick outer covering, and then laid
out in the biiu until the husk envel
oping the berry can be rubbed off.
In Sumatra the fruits are just
thrown down upon the ground and
left where they are until the husk is
loosened, hence Padang coffee often
contains many small stones mingled
with the beans when they have been
carelessly gathered from the drying
heaps on the bare earth. This is
never the case with the liner pioduce
of Java. The Javanese are rather
particular in the matter of drying
their coffee-berries, and spread
them with the greatest care upon
straw mats, which arc then placed
in the sunshine. The shrub in the
Dutch Indies begins to yield in its
third year, anil Continues in bearing
condition until it is about twelve
years old. After this time the plant
assumes its mantle of moss, precur
sor of decay, and slowly dies off.
Tbo natives of Java and Sumatra
make use of the leaves of the coffee
plant in exactly the same way as we
do tea. They make an infusion of
them of course, after first drying
them, and this is not only as good
as coffee in the opinion of many
connoisseurs, but actually contains
a greater proportion of caffeine, the
active constituent of the berry, on
which its exhilarating and stimulat
ing effects entirely depend."
A CONTRA STATEMENT.
The undersigned desire to state
that they have never impeached Mr.
Melville's ability to perforin the du
ties agreed upon ; that they assisted
him in his endeavor to make an as
cension on two occasions instead of
one as he states; that an account
ing of receipts at Kapiolani Paik
was made to him and lie was present
with an accountant to assist him at
the time the accounts weie made
up; that we have not engaged in
an' business but are simply working
from day to day to earn enough to
live upon; that the successful as
cension mentioned by Mr. Melville
in Tuesday's issue of this paper was
made without notification to us or
the public of his intentions; that we
have not broken our contract and
still hold ourselves in readiness to
further any arrangements he may
desire to make for the future wel
fare of our joint business ; that we
herely notify any person or persons
that may contemplate contracting
with Mr. Melville that we hold him
to his copartnership agreement witli
us, and that any arrangements for
ascension b' Mr. Melville must bo
made through Mr. I). W. Pratt, the
manager. The balloon is partnership
D. W. Phatt,
R. W. Auuorr.
Wr.i.Ni!SDAV, April 17th.
AVaikoloa was fined $100 for sell
ing spirituous liquors without a
A chargo of profanity againtChas.
Mcganin was dismissed.
Three drunks forfeited 8(5 and
one was lined S2 with 81.20 costs.
Frank May was lined 810 and
McCarale 85 for affray.
Kaia forfeited bail of 10, and
Kaea was lined 85 for disturbing the
quiet of the night.
Tjii'iiBiuv, April 18th.
Ah Ngnee pleaded guilty to hav
ing opium unlawfully in possession
and was lined 850 with one hour's
imprisonment. Cost 81.
A nolle pros, was entered against
Sing Kwong on a similar charge. .
DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULir, H. I.,
( From The Ililo Jlccord)
A few days since a Chinaman on
the Laupahoehoe Plantation was at
tempting to clean out one of the
pans of the double effect In the Kai
wilaliilahl Mill and set his lamp in
side, when a terrific explosion took
place f i oin the ignition of the gas
which often collects in these pans.
The Chinnmaii was thrown back
wards and badly burnt about the
face and neck and injured by the
foice with which he was thrown
down. This is we believe the sec
ond timu such an accident has hap
pened nl that mill and we hear that
the same thing lias happened at
other mills. The Chinaman was do
ing well at last accounts.
The wedding of Mr. John Hind
and Miss Alice Renton enlivened the
Kohala folks hist week. The happy
couple spend their honeymoon at the
Kohala society just believes in cn
jeying itself right along. Gather
ings at the Skating Rink and the
celebrated "Bachelor Dances" bring
good feelings and pleasant times to
all concerned and we almost envy
them in their social pleasures.
Mr. Wells of the Ilalawa planta
tion, lias left with bis wife and fam
ily for a three mouths' visit to the
Coast. In this connection we learn
that thu Ilalawa plantation, of which
Mr. Wells was a manager, has pass
ed back into the hands of Dr.
We welcome back to Ililo,Profe'--6or
Brighain of Boston, who intends
residing in the kingdom for a while,
in order to wiite up the history of
these Islands. If ho succeeds in
making a book as interesting as
"Guatemala," it will be a valuable
acquisition to the literature of these
Islands. We hope that all will give
him any help they can in his work.
His stay here will be for a couple of
weeks or so.
The petition sent to the Minister
of Interior a few weeks ago has been
heard from, and we give the gist of
his answer, and only say that we
will do well to act as he suggests.
"Your letter enclosing a petition
for a lire engine for Ililo is duly at
hand. I should be glad to do any
thing that I can to assist in this
matter, and have had an examina
tion of the condition of the old hand
engines." He goes on to say that
the necessary repairs to put one of
the old engines mi working order
would be about 8200. If we will
however agree to p.iy for the putting
in order, an item for that amount
will be inserted in the next Appro
priation bill and also for any other
cost we might be at. We can also
get a loan of some house to be re
turned when called for. His Excel
lency suggests as follows: "I would
further suggest this for your consi
deration. The Hilo water pipe will,
I hope, be in position within the
year. When this is done, it will be
unnecessary to have an engine, as
the force will be strong enough to
throw a stream fiom Hie pipe direct,
with a hose only. Is it then worth
the while to go to the expense of
putting up an engine house and re
pairing an engine when iu a short
time neither will be needed? If the
good people of Ililo desire to go
ahead, the above proposition is
open, but I would suggest that the
best way would be to wait for the
Last Saturday inoining two Chi
namen arrested' for opium in posses
sion and distilling liquor, slipped
the handcuffs from off their Hands,
and escaped fiom the policeman.
From 5 a. in. to 5 p. m.
On GOOD FRIDAY, April 19th,
-AT 'I 1 1 IV
Ganfly Factory & Bakery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
Tie Best Hot Cross Bins
Can be had at
On Good Friday,
April 19, IBS'",
From 0 a. m, until 6 p, in,,
And will be delivered
To any part of iho city.
Send in Your Orrici-M JTCui'ly.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
X. most popular paper published,
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Lovoy.
Assignee's Sale. I
By virlilo of a deed of assignment
and power oT side ltinilu n ino by Yce
Chot'i; of lift lintel street, on the Dili
April. 1HM), for Hie twin til oMiisero
dltoi-, 1 will M'll nt Public Auction, nt
my Salesrooms, Queen siieei,
On FIIIAY, April 10th,
AT lO OTLOCM. A. M
The whole "f Hi., "iiiirk of Merchandise
liuleni'li'd In old Yro Chong,
While As Gin v ''otion, Shirts,
Tnilo s' Goal', Clothing, ito , find
Three Fine Sewing Machines,
In good order. Also an assent
Fresh Groceries, Household Furnlturo,
1 Carriage Horse & 1 Expr. Carriage,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Wednesday, April 24.,
XT 10 O'CLOCK A. .tU
At tin- iceiduii'o ol .Mr. V. YV. Camp,
bell, No 7 liuM'tinin slice, oppo-.Hu
Ihe Hawaiian Hotel, 1 will sell nt
The Entire Houselfri Furniture
to Center k Ris,
Lace CiiiIhIiii it Po'es
1 Handsome Wicker Parlor Set
A iilt PI i-h Uu hiona;
I Novell. l P n 'J!,.- Mirror,
Pniitiiifj & Plo tires,
Decorated Hanging' Lumps,
jMiibHin 1 thick W. ( cm' it Tnhle,
B V Mai tili'lnp Tub e,
1 BAY. Colored Marbletop Bedroom Set,
M ittr t-s ". it Pillow i,
BlaoU lAa'tint ChUUmiere,
t i W. Mm bli Lin Med i ooin Set,
Extension Dinliii; Table,
B. W. Marbletop Sideboard,
Cnolc Stove & U 'ohm li,
Garden Hose, looK
Canary Bird and Cage
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
220 01 Auctioneer.
Oeos.rsg Out Saie
liy oider of Air. 3l:i. Eckurt, I will sell
ut I'll liljf Auction, i' his stoic,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT lO O'1'I.'K'U. A. jH..
Ills Entire Stock of loods,ompri-inga
Clisler DIAMOND Riis !
DUuioml Bienbt Pins,
Pcirl Settine;, Oolil Kirps,
Gold Brooches &, 1'i.in Ids,
A Large As-sortincut of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Bioocln'fc, I1 ai lug's & Sleeve Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware,
Ten null Collet' iM,
Toilet Sctr, etc A'to,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Large Lot of Wood I'r.imo Clocks,
bhow Cases, Shelving is Fixtuies,
One Large Bron Safe !
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
BQfiti'ir.t'iiibcr thfit all GooiIb must be
sold lugiinllojs of cost. Splendid cliuuce
JAS. If. aiOHGAN,
For San Francisco.
Tho Fast Sailing B.irkeiitinc
Captain A. H. Paul,
Will lmvo quick dispatch for the
On Frday, April 19th, at 1 o'clock p.m.
tS'For fi eight or passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFEE & CO.,
225 if Agents.
FOR THE VOLCANO
US. S. KINAU"
WILL LEAVE ON
Friday, the 19th Inst., for Keauhou,
The now Volcano Landing, only 14
inilcj Irom the Crater.
39" Tourists wibhiug to sen the Vol
cauo tliould not miss this opportunity.
The steamer returns to Honolulu from
Keauhou on Saturday, the 5s7th, 830 8t
Jewelrv ! Cocks!
ICi c, Etc.
AKRIL 18, 18S9.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan,
BY viitiio of ii power of f.ilo contnln
iniiccitain mortgage tlcrd glcn
hvA.Moigun, of Honolulu, Onhu, to
lihliop nml Companv, of s.iid Honolulu,
dnteil .Inly "Jit, 18Sy, ami icrnriled In the
Hcgl'.tiTof Deeds In mild Honolulu, In Li
ber 11!), on pngcsliti, 100 ami 101, uud in
ptii'jsiiiini'p of milieu of Intention to foio
elose heictofoie published, thcio will
be bold nt Public Auction by jns. V.
Moruuu, Auctioneer, nt bis sulerooui,
on Queen stieet, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOST, .
All and siiigitl.ir the Picnilscs conveyed
by said inoitgage deed, namely:
1 That Cci lulu Piece of I.nnd nur
cliused by bald Morgan from W O Achl,
by deed dated .limitary 10, 1835, mid le
coided In Liber 07, pngo CI.
2 That ( erlaln Piece of Land pur
chased by said Morgan from V V Achl,
by deed dated Apill :). 1S80, and iceord
eil in Liber , piige .
3- -All the light, title, interest and
I'Mnto of the said A Morgan, in and to a
Certain Lease to him made by said V
C Achl, Dec 10, 1880, and recorded hi
Liber , piigo .
BISHOP & CO., Mortgngeees.
Honolulu, March SO, ISS'.l.
ICE OF SALE !
Iy' virtue of power of sale contained
J in a eeilsiiii nioituago deed given
by James Keail, of Ho'iiolulii, Oaliu, to
lfisltop iV, Co., of .said Honolulu, dated
luiie 14, ISS:,. and lecoided In the Jte-gl-try
of Deed-, in Mlid Honolulu, in
IjiberSl, oirpaes l!ll, 1 Oil ami 101; and
In pursuance of notice of Intention to
loiecloe hyictofme published, there
will be i-old at Public Auction by .las F
Moig.in, Auctioneer, at liissalesioouion
Queen street, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20tb,
AT i!i 0'CI.OIt XOVX,
All and singular the premises convoyed
by faatd moitgage deed, namely:
Certain Tract or Parcel of Land
Lying, situate and being in Aala, Hono
lulu, and moie pnticulailv dc-ciibed In
Jt P No. (Ki,-tl. (I, O uvaul 1087 to Ulu
oa) together with all the buildings and
improvements upon the sune.
IJISIIOP it CO., Mortgagees.
Honolulu, March :tt), 18S'J.
JAS. P. MOllGrAjtf,
QY virtue of a power of sale con
Lj tamed iu a cei tain moi tgage deed,
and given bySM Kaaukai, of Honolulu,
Oaliu, to ISNliop & Co.. of said Hono
lulu, dated November 10, 1SS0, and le
coided in the Itegistry of Deeds, In
said Honolulu, Iu Liber 100, on pages
r7, VJ8 and I'M. and iu pursuance of
notice of intention to foieeloi-e liereto
fore published, there iill be sold at
Public Auction by .lames F Morgan,
Auctioneer, at his s-alesroom on Queen
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
All and singular the pictures conveyed
by said moitgage deed, namely:
1 All those piemises. situate at Kala
wahine, Honolulu, afoiesaid, more par
ticularly described in deed of John Una
to S M ICuiiiika! and W C Achi, dated
.Inly 27, 188(1, recoided in Llbcr 100,
pigos iLCj, I'M and 127; and said mort
gagor KaauKai claims to own the whole
of Mild piemi-es by virtue of said deed
and by deed of safd W. C. Achl, dated
the lllth day of Xovember, 1880, re
corded in Liber , page .
2 All the undivided one-half of said
mortgagor rf M Kaaukai iu tlioso pre
mises, situate atPuiikole,Kohaln, Island
of Hawaii, more partieulailv desciibed
iu Hoyal Patent No. 23(52 (G), to Kaalo
and Pahale, containing an aica of 18i
acres; said morgagor claims toownsald
one-half lu fee simple, as son and solo
heir-at-law of said Pahalo by ICuwui
lau, his wife.
3 All the undivided one-half of the
said mortgagor in those piomises situ
ate at Kapaka, Koolauloa, Island of
Oaliu. more particularly described in
Hoyal Patent WOI, L C Awaid 10,780 to
Puna, containing an area of 1 122-1000
acres, mid being tho same premises con
veyed to said mortgagor by virtue of a
deed fiom Kaolulo, dated 2.1th June,
1SS0, iceorded in Liber , page .
BISHOP & CO., Mortgagees.
Honolulu, March 'M, 1880.
JAS. F. 3IORGAN,
225 4t Auctioneer.
Hy order ot J. W. K'llin, Admlnlf.
trntitr of thu Eslnto of J. L Kapakahl,
cf Jjuhiihui, Maul, deceased, I will boll
ut Public Auction, at the Government
Pound, Wnilukti, Mnui,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The following animals:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses.
1 Tume JLUJJE5 !
T. W. EVEHETT,
AVailiiku, Maui, April fl, 18t. 210 t.l
ALL parties who nro indebted to tho
llrm of Kgiui it Co, 75 and 77
Fort street, are icqueistcil to iniike'au
immcdi'Uo buttlemcut. I.cgul actions
'will be taken on nil accounts which re
main uuptiid May 1, 18tW, 820 U
jmia-glHIJIJMfJWWIKm'lCH III IJL.UUE.JS IHHWimWI ) WWIIliW
Tlie Finest Assortment
Ladies', MisrrV & Children's Untriinincd lint,
Fins Frmicli Mm, Fancy Itas, Ornaments, Laces,
WILL UK KXHII1ITK1)
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Host of This Week.
We have imported tlio finest clnss of Millinery, legardless tlio cost,
knowing the tnste of Honolulu Indies. The Indies mo
cordially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FBSHEP,,
The Li'iding Millineiy House, cor. 3it fc Hotel sts.
B. P. EHIEES & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOOK AND AltE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
R em riants in All
Just Received u
lTOItO? SXJR.JE1SX, H0aV03L.IJlL.TJ.
C" BARGAINS -a New Line of XST" BARGAINS -I
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
BHIMA1WABB, PLOWS & GBN1 MERCHANDISE.
IVovoltieH and Fsmcy Goodw, In ILaiff:c Vnrioty.
II. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole ngent for the JIagic Window
Screens Combined Bevel Squares, Stan,
dard, Goodrich, etc , Fowini Machine",
Bicycles, Tricjcles, Velocipedes, etc.
Ofllce, corner ol Bethel and King sts ,
A DIVIDEND of Tliree Dnllnis per
shine will be paid to the sdiare.
holders of the Inter Island Steam N.ivi.
ration Co, on AVTDN'ESDAV. April
17th inst. at their oitlce.o i Queen ureet.
Seerttnry I. I. a. N.Oo.
Honolulu, April Hi, 1S8J. 225 3t
RDERS for tbe
ntiipt attention if
22C Mutual Telr.
MR. 0. BOLTE ii hereby authorized
to si en our tlrm name by procura
tion. 31. S. GRINBAUM & CO.
Honolulu, Apiil It!, lt-80. Zi2 lw
HON. SAMUEL 31. DA310X holds
my power alter ie, in net for
me during my ab-enco from this King,
dom. OIIAS. R. BISHOP.
Honolulu, April 12, 18S0. 222 lw
AS I intend to close out, my business
on April 2."th, 1 t;ive notice that
all watches and jewelry, left over three
months for repairs, will be sold at uuc
tlon, it not claimed on that date. All
outstanding accounts not paid on April
30th, will be placed iu the hands of a
220 td 3IAX ECKART.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
c- rner of Fort and
School stieets, over l of au
acre with one Cottage. Applv to
21-1 tf J. 31. VIVAS.
HOUSE, with 3 largo and
small rooms with klt-
aud bathroom attached,
on Alakca street, opposite Dr. .flic
"Wiiynu's. Apply to John Cook, on pie.
nlses, or at i
L HUB O
ROOMS TO LET
vV ed Rooms.
Board if re
quired. Apply at "Chamber.
lain Home," King btreet, opposite Ka
waiahno Seminaiy. 181 tf
Furnished Rooms To Let
CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to
let at the 3IcOrow IIoubo,
recently occupied by .Mr. King,
on I'uncliiiowl street, oppoMto tho North
Pacific Inttitute. 22!l lni
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
Bti. I NEW CutumliT Oar.
ras2SV 1 Hugo just finished
w-w? aud handsomely trimmed
In lirst class btyle must bo immediately
sold to clofo uu assignment, can bo seen
at Y. II. Page's carriage inunufuctury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
of Stylish Millinery
Fiesh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
POSITION a Inverness, companion
or housekeeper, by a lady recently
from tho Slates. Add ess "L. C," this
ofllce. 224 lw
SN FllANCISCO, CaU, 1
February 10, 18S9. J
WE htn'with ceitify that Messrs.
Dotd& Miller arc our duly au.
thorized and only agents for tho Ha.
wuiiun Ielnnds for the sale of our Lager
Beer in keg-1.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
190 If John H. Wiolnnd Bros.
Kcmoviil of "Barker
P. JARDI31 lia removed his
i-hon Jrom Kinc street to McCar
thy's Billiaid Parlors, Fort btrcct, whore
he is prepared to itrve with the best
cure and neatness tbe avocation of his
art. Solicits the lind patronage of all.
mil 23 bti.ly
A R. ROW AT, Veteiinary Surgeon,
. ollico and phannnrv at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, coiner Hotel uml Richard
stieets. t-'cicutiflc ticiitment iu all die.
cites of domestic, animals Orders for
pliintatir.ii and ranch Mock promptly
attended t,i. 3Iutunl Telephone 3C4,
P. O. Box32G. mh.18 80
Having secured tlio services
Fii'Ht CIttHK Cook
And niado many other changes in the
management wo me now pre-
partd to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Ileal Balbiiggan Hosiery
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery eiportcd from Balbriggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (.L'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
(jits' vLCb) b LUb
Club House Dining Room
By nn Act of Parliament lately passed
it Is niiulo a felony to use Iho word Bal.
hriggun on goods not Manufactured
there, cither by btninping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless tho
nlaco where manufactured is ulso stated
in equally largo letters ns tho word
SJIYTJI & CO. (LM),
The Original Balbriggan Hosiers,
Per W. 0. Sproull.
I have now on baud u Largo Assort
In nil colors and styles,
Specially made to my oider and pattern.
201 tf W. O. KPKOVLL.
Ms. - 'y-M