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DAILY B.ULLETI-N: HONOLULU, H. I., ABJUL 19, 1889.
MliaiWill M-HAJU-EMJIIW WIUL 96
BHjat u ftKiiUirtut
Pledged to ncititr Sect nor Party,
Bui tntttMiihi d tftt the hincfit of all.
fi- FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
. DAMAGE FEARED.
Hou. A. Jneger is not the only
person who is concerned about pos
sible ami probable damage, during
heavy rains,to property at theMnkiki
terniinus of the Punchbowl trench.
Others residing in the same neigh
borhood, who have experienced
floods there, express similar (cars.
The water course has, they testify,
often proved insufficiently large in
' flood limes, and now that a much
larger body of water is to be thrown
into the suine ohnnnel, without any
enlargement of the latter, damage
to propel ty through overflow is
feared. The Public Works Depart
ment should certainly give the mat
ter practical consideration, and that,
too, before a bill of damages has
been actually produced. The bene
fits of the trench to one part of the
community should not be counter
balanced by injury to another part.
Theio i& really no necessity for it.
Why cannot the regular water
course, into which the trench emp
ties, be made sulllciently capacious
to prevent overflow and consequent
damage, ihux rendering the com
pleted undertaking n benefit to all?
ASWEH TO J. F. SMITH.
EotToit Bii.i.iiin: Some months
ago you published a communication
from Mr. J. F. Smith, in which he
attempted to prove that the Bible
taught intemperance, and that 1 and
Mr. Bailey were "lunatics" and
'crack-brained" for believing and
preaching anything else, i an
Bwered Mr. Smith's letter soon
after receiving it. My first and
second letters of the answer were
never published, being someway
After being satisfied that they
were lost I reproduced them, but
concluded not to send them again
for publication, as the time had
gone by; but in your issue of Jan.
29th "Truth" and the "Bishop of
Olba" have hinted at the same in
temperate doctrine of the Bible that
Mr. Smith referred to, and all have
used it as a club to bieak my head
and stop prohibition. However, the
Bishop seemed to get on the stool of
repentauce soon after penning ins,
and declared his intemperate thought
"merely a distraction and a wicked
one at that;" but his repentance
was not of that God-fearing kind
that prevented him from doing the
tiling repented of, but like the thief
that promptly repented but kept the
stolen propei ty.
Even so thu Bishop's repentance
did not prevent him fioin penning
the wicked thought and spreading it
broadcast over the world after he
had discovered it to be a wicked
thought. Si li ..- his club did not
reach my boa.' I will forgive him,
in fact, will tint hiiu absolution so
far as I am concerned. But whether
the Great Master whom he professes
to serve, will deal so leniently with
him for wilfully penning a wicked
thought, and thus serving Satan
while professing to work for the
Master, I am not able to say, but
will ask the publication of this letter
in the interest of Bible temperance,
truth and humanity.
If Mr. Smith had told us he was
"very fond of sparkling wine" we
would have believed him without his
emphasizing it by saying he wns so
food of it aw to relish it from a cup
wade out of a flawless skull of a
I will now notice what Mr. Smith
has advanced as arguments in his
advocacy of intemperance.
lie refers to the Creation as re
corded in the Bible, as proof that if
the Creator made all things in the
beginning he must have made Mine,
gin, brandy and mm, and of course
made then! for man's use as a bev
erages, as no otlier animal would
touch them, etc. Mr. Smith, let
me draw your atlentiou to this text
n little closer than you appear to
have yet read it. The good book
do not tell us that God created all
things in the beginning found in the
world to-day, bulb sood and bad ;
but in the beginning He created all
things that then existed, and after
they were all made he looked upon
them all and pronounced them all
good, and had them all named ; but
we don't find rum, brandy, gin or
wine among the named things which
he had created ; besides, "lie gave
the fruits of the trees and thu beeds
of the herbs to man for meat," not
drink anil nun, implements of war,
in fact, all thiugs that make man
miserable and Bhortcn Ins life is an
invention of man, not a creation of
God, and they are not to be found
among the ihiugs which he colled
good on the mum of creation. In
fact the history referred to by Mr.
Smith makes no mention of wine or
strong drink until after the flood,
when Noah made such a beastly ex
hibit of himself and brought dis
place upon himself and family, and
a seveie curse has rested upon ono
line of his descendants from that
day to this and all growing out of
this first drunk; ' '
As wc never heard of Noah's over
being drunk before or after
this sad ovent, wo arc led to
believe this to be his only drunk,
and perhaps was intended as a les
son and warning to all after genera
tions to keep clear of wine and
drunkenness lest, disgrace and pui.
ishtucut should overtake them as it
had their father Noali.
There is at least two lessons to bo
learned from this first drunk. First:
That we must not :et drunk. Sec
ond: We must not laugh at and j
make fun of a pet son drunk, but
like Noah's wise sous make hastu to
hide the disgrace, and like the con
stltuent acts of the piolnbitionisttiy
to prevent another disgraceful oc
currence of that kind, by keeping
rum away from lb' drunken.
I trul Mr. Smith will heed this
lesson and quit hankering after
sparkling wine. Remember Noah
mid his sou Ham, who treated
drunkenness with levity, and also
remember Ham's descendants whoso
curse of blackness and servitude has
rested upon them to this day. Bum
was the cause of the curse. Re
member thu civil war of the United
Stales of America, that cost hun
dreds of thousands of lives and bil
lions of treasure. The direct evil
that brought on that war was caused
by rum. Thus, if there had been
no first drunk, the curse of black
ness and servitude would not have
rested on tlm descendants of Hani,
and if there had been no black
slaves there would have been no
cause for a quarrel between the
North and South over slavery, hence
no war. Slavery was introduced
into the world as many other evils
have been by the unwise use of rum.
And the same demon that floored
Noah in his tent has floored billions
of his descendants in like disgrace,
and who were in every sense of the
word slaves to rum and laboring un
der its curse, as truly as Ham's de
scendants were slaves to men, but
caused bv rum all the same.
Don't hanker after rum,Mr.Smith ;
it is dangerous. Worse men than
you have been floored by it, and the
Bible gives ample warning.
Jxo. M. IIoiikkk.
To be continued.
THAT REVENUE STAMP BUSI
NESS. "For the convenience of the dis
tricts outside of Honolulu, the Re
gistrar of Public Accounts shall pro
vide adhesive revenue stamps to the
Postmasters of all money order Post
Olllccs throughout the kingdom, they
giving receipts for the same. Such
Postmasters shall sell said stamps
to all applicants at par.
Being bound on the first day of
each quarter to account to the Re
gistrar of Public Accounts for all
such stamps received by them, the
amount sold, and the balance un
sold, together with the proceeds of
The above quoted paragraphs are
froui the Act passed by the Legis
lature last session, and thus far has
not been declared unconstitutional
and therefore is the law to-day. Now
how does the Finance Department
carry out the law? Docs it furnish
to the Postmasters designated stamps
in accordance with the Act? No.
You cannot buy a stamp at thu Post
Oflice to-day, for they have none on
hand. And why? Not because the
supply happens to run short, but
because the Registrar has transfer
red his business to the Postmaster
General's Department, and they re
quire their Postmasters to report
monthly, and send down the cash,
not only for a'l stamps sola, nut lor
all that they may have on hand un
sold. Wc cannot blame the Postmasters
for not keeping stamps on hand that
they have to pay for themselves.
Why should they? They do not
make a cent out of the transaction,
and they are not required to do that
by the law. The change was made
in the law for the accummodation of
the public outside of Honolulu, and
if the law were properly carried out
it would prove such ; but as it is,
the law is not carried out as it is
Wc are not speaking for all the
country districts all over the islands.
We cannot say just how the otlier
districts are served, but do not be
lieve that the Department will make
any Bitch discrimination as against
the Ililo District.
We do claim that we have a right
to demand that the law be carried
out as it is written and not as the
registrar of Public Accounts wants
to have it carried out.
So, Mr. Minister of Finance, please
see to it that we have our stamps
as tile law requires that you do;
and not make tin Postmasters pay
for the samp before they arc sold.
For if you do not we will be con
tinually in the pilikla we are now in.
And the law gives you no "may,"
but a "shall" do it. fLIilo Record.
You speak well of your enemies;
you are a god or the cleverest man
Fortune lias taken you by the
baud to lead you ; feeling her hand
in yours you think you are leading
The experienced man who gives
advice to a youngnter is like ono
who would sow bread and expect it
to reap grain,
Man should command his flesh
as a slave his master. The domin
ion of the enfranchised is the most
Now weak words are, you say ;
yes, if you want to paint with them
br piny a llddle or form it stalue,
true ; but to express a thought, they
(7Vom The Ililo Jlccord.)
By last week's slcnmcr a native boy
about 18 years of age was taken to
the Insane Asylum, Honolulu Ho
was formerly a student of the Ililo
Boarding School. The insanity itt
The annual meeting of the Ililo
Book Club was held at the residence
of Mr. L. Severance, April 0th. The
following olllcers were elected for
the ensuing year:
Chairman Mr. J. A. Scott
Secretary and Treasurer
..... Mr. L. Severance
Librarian Mr. E. E. Richards
Book Committee: Mrs. Eurnenux,
Mrs. W. E. Scott nnd Mr. Warfel
The carpenter house on the Reed
nremiscs cauuht lire last Saturday
from the sparks of a bou fire. No
serious damage done.
At Ononiea last Friday evening,
10 acres of cane were burned.
SUPREME CBURT--AT CHAMBERS.
UKFOUE .1UDD, G. J.
EniDAY, April 19lh.
In re estate of Mrs. B. P. Bishop,
late of Honolulu, deceased. Trus
tees' thiid annual account being for
1888, and master's report thereon.
Ordered that account be approved
and report confirmed.
Disbuisements 1G, 183.11
Balance S 3,G5l.4-l
S. M. Damon one of the trustees
nr.Foui: m'culi.y .r.
In re guardianship of Frederick
Georac Kirchoff, a minor. I'imt an
nual account for year ending April
18, 1889. Ordered approved.
Bal. to credit gdn 18.09
In re estate Mrs. Sarah Dickson,
late of Honolulu, Oalui, deceased.
Petition of b. M. Damon, executor,
for allowance of accounts, discharge
and final order of distribution. Or
dered that accounts be allowed, he
discharged and his bond cancelled
upon his tiling final receipt. ,
A. S. Hartv.'cll for petitioner ; Ce
cil Brown lor M. Dickson.
i'niDAV, April 19th.
Ah Kec charged with larceny
taro was remanded.
Kauidii (w), Gaberiela and Kaa
naana had each to pay the usual
amount for drunkenness.
Kennedy way fined 85 with SI
costs for assault and battery on
Never look a gift mule in tbe
heels nor an Italian 'count' in the
pedigrte. N. Y. Graphic.
Making Them Look Pleasant:
Caller Hon- do .you manage to get
such pleasant expressions on the
faces of your male sillers? Photo
grapher Easy enough. I have a
pretly girl to manage the camera.
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
On GOOD FRIDAY, April 19th,
Canity Faclory & Eatery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
t II Gross
U.ui he find at
On Good Friday,
April IP, 188,
From 5 a. m. until 6 p. m.,
And will ho delivered
To any part of tho city.
Sciul In Your Oi'dei'M Kurly.
- New Zealand Jams !
JUST received n cousi lament of Now
Zerduud .linns, imorted cases. For
bale at low prices bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
237 tf 26 Merchant Btreet.
a a .t
Auction Sala by 3itmos F. Morgan,
1 Y virtue of a power of fcnlo eont.iin
3 Inaceitatn moitgngo deed given
bv A. Morgan, of Honolulu, Oalui, to
llishop anil 1'oinpnnv, of Mid Honolulu,
tinted .July 23, 1888, mid recorded In the
lteglstrvof Deeds In said Honolulu, In 1.1.
bur 113," on pages IW, 100 nnd 101, and In
pursuance of notice of Intention to fore
close heietofoio published, theio will
be sold at ublle Auction by Jas. F.
Morgan. Auctioneer, ut kit salesroom,
on ijueeri stteet, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOOX,
All and singular the Premises conveyed
by sniil mortgage deed, namely:
1 That Cei tain l'leee of Lund pur
chased by said Morgan from V O Aehl,
by deed dated January 10, 188,"i, ami re
corded In Liber 07, pugu 5t.
2-That Certain Piece of Land pur
chased by salil Morgan from W U Acid,
by deed dated Apiil 3, 1SSU, and record
ed hi Liber , page .
3- -All the right, title, interest and
(State of the said A Moig.iu, in and to a
Certain Lease to him made bv said W
O Aebl, Dee 10, 1880, ami recorded in
Liber , page .
BISHOP & CO., Mortgageees.
Honolulu, March mi, I USD.
CE OF SALE !
BV virtue of power of sale contained
In a certain mortii.ie.K deed given
by James Keau. of iio'iiolulu, O.ilm, to
ll'ishop & Co., of s.ild Honolulu, dated
June 1 1, 1881!. and iccoulcd In the JJu
Kisttv of Dicds in ssiid Honolulu, In
blber 81, on juwes 1))'.', 11M and 1!U; and
la pursuance of notice of intention to
foreclose liurulofoic published, there
will be huld at Public Auction by .l:c K
Morgan, Auctioneer, at hi sulesiooin on
Qm.cn slici't. Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20iii,
AT l!i O'CIiOOIt woox,
All and singular the premises conveyed
by said moitgage deed, namely :
Certain Tract or Parcel of Land
Lying Mtu.itc and being in Aala, Hono
lulu, and mote p itlcularly ducrlbcd in
K P No. .'i0.")l. (L C waul 108" to Ulu
oa) together with ail the buildings and
improvements upon the same
IJIbllOP & CO., Mortgagees.
Honolulu, March ISO, 18S!).
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
25 -It Auctioneer.
vbtue of a power of sale eon
sdncd in a ceitain nioitsra'Tcdeed,
and given by S M Kaaukai, of Honolulu,
Oalui, to liishop & Co.. of fcaid Hono
lulu, dated November 10, ISSfi, end le
corded in the Registry of Deeds, in
Kild. Honolulu, in Liber 100, on pages
127, -iL'8 and 1L!). and in pursuance of
notice of intention to foieclose hereto
foic published, there will be sold at
Public Auction by .lames V Morgan,
Auctioneer, at Ids salesroom on Qiuen
On SATURDAY, April 20tb,
AT I O'CLOCK SOUS,
All and singular thu premises conveyed
by said mortgage deed, namely:
1 All those premises situate at Kala
waliinc, Honolulu, Moiejuhl, more par
ticularly described in deed of John Ena
to H JU Kaaukai and W O Achi, dated
July 27, 18SG, recorded in Liber 100,
p-ges 42o, 4'M and -127; and said mort
gagor Kuimkai claini.s to own the whole
of said pieinises by virtue of said deed
and by deed of safd iv.U. Achi, dated
the filth day of November, 188C, re
corded iu Liber , page .
2 All tlie undivided one-half of said
mortgagor S M Kaaukai in those pre
mises situate ulPiiul.ole,Kobala, Island
of Hawaii, more particularly deseiibed
In Royal 1 ntent No. aUL' (U), to Kaalc
and Paliule, containing an area of 182
acres; said morgagor claims to own said
one-half in fee i-imple. as sou and sole
heir-at-law of said Paluilc by Kawal
lau, bis wife.
3 All the undivided one-half of the
said mortgagor in those promises situ
ate at Kapaka, Konlauloa, Island of
Oalui, moie particularly deseiibed iu
Royal Patent 05151, L C Award 10,780 to
Puaa, containing an urea of 1 12l!-1000
acres, and being thu same premises con
veyed to said mortgagor by virtue of a
deed from Kaolulo, dated 25th June,
1880, lecorded in Liber , page .
lUSilOP & CO., Mortgagees.
Honolulu, March 10, 1S8U.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
22.1 'It Auctioneer.
By order of J, YV. Kaluu, Adminis
trator of the Estate of J I,. Kapakahl,
of Lalmiiiii, Muni, dcicusc". I will self
ut Public Auction, at the Government
Pound, Wailuku, Maul,
On Thursday, ApriS 25,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The following anlmalfl;
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses,
1 TTame rVJLUJI'EJ !
T. W. EVERETT,
Wailuku, Maul, April 8, 18-0. 210 td
ALL parties who aro indebted to the
II i in of Egiui & Co,, 75 and 77
Fort street, aro lequestcd to uiiiko an
iinmcdhto settlement. Legal actions
will bo taken on all accounts which re.
main unpaid May 1, I860, 223 td
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Uy order ot Mr. Chn. II ludil.Iwill
cell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Q'iccn sued,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT lit O'CLOCK XOO.V,
Hereford Bull !
Imported from Now Zcaluntl and regis,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Wednesday, April 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tliu residence of .Mr. ' . V. Ca nip
hull, No 7J Heretania sticci, opposite
thu Hawaiian Hotel, 1 will soil ot
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture
Nil Center k Sofa fe
Laco Cuit.dns Ss Poles.
1 Handsome Wicker Parlor Set
Willi Pl'in Co'-liiotia;
1 lUvullid P'ii'' O'ihs Mirror,
P biting- & Plcures,
Decorated Hanging Lamps,
MusHivo Pluck W. Center Tabic,
15. V. Jtarblit-Mi Table,
1 B.W. Colored Marbletop Bedroom Set,
M.itti 'S c & Pillows,
I liar I; limit Clictl'onicie,
1 H. H .ia bleioi Dcilioom Set,
Extension Ditdnj; Tabic,
B. W. Marbletop Sideboard,
Cook Stove & U'eii'-ils,
Garden Hose, Tools.
Canary Bird and Cages,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
22fi fit Auctioneer.
Closing Out Sale
By oider of Mr. Max TJcliar', I will sell
at Piililio Auction, at Ids store,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
His Enliie Slook of Goods, comprising a
Fine Assortment of
Diamond Bieast Pini,
Perl StttiiiL', Gold Riacs,
Gold Brooches & Bracelets,
A Large Assortment of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Brooches, EHriugs& Sleeve Buttons,
Silver Plated "Ware,
Ten . nd Cofl'ee Sets,
Toilet 3ct, etc. Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Lirge Lot of Wood Traino Clocks,
Show Cases, Shelving St Fixtures,
One Large Iron Safe !
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
CSSTReinembcr that nil Gooi'smust be
sold regurdlejs of cost. Splendid chance
JAS. P. 310IJGAN,
NCTiCEJF SALE !
BY virtue of a power of srIu contained
in a certain moHungu deed niven
by J. D. Pononui to Kcalhin, of North
liohahi, Hawaii, dated October 10. 1887,
and recorded in Liber 110, pugo 125, and
in pursuance of notice of intention to
foreclose heretofore published, there
will hu sold at Public Auction, by Jap.
F. Mo' gun, Auctioneer, at his Sales,
room, Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 89th,
AT lii O'CLOCK XOOX.
All and Singular the Premises,
Couvcycd by bidd moitgage deed
1st All tlioe Premises situated At
Lahuiiki, Kukuipuliu, Kohala, Hawaii,
nud more particularly drscribul in L.
C. A. 8801, to Kukalohi, conluhiini: an
area of II acrcBj and conveyed to said
J. I). Pononui by deed of sidd Kukalohc
lecorded iu Liber 85, ptge 47C.
Jiiid All thn'.B Premise described
In I . O. A. 8f.2, to Koapiimoku, con.
tabling an area ot 1G II. 10 ucies, together
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
Aud conveyed toiwld J. I), Pononui by
deed of K'Kiuhu ct ul, hubs of enul
grantee, recorded iu Lihrr 52, page 172.
And all thu rights and privileges to tho
W. O. Achi, aitnmtsv for mortgagee.
Houolulu, April 12, Itti'J,
JAS. P. MOKGAN,
828 8teod Auctioneer,
The Finest Assortment
Ladies', Minos' k Children's Untrhumcd lints,
Fin Frmicli Flowers, Fancy Rlois, flrirats, Laces,
-WILL HE EXlllMTED-
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Rest of This Week.
We have imported tho finest, class of Millinery, legardlesB the cost,
knowing Iho taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladies are
cordially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FiSHEJL,
Tho Loading Millinery House, cor. Port & Hotel ste.
B. F. EHLBRS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AHE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPEOIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in All
JuBt lleceivcd a
rft n &
2ST BARGAINS -1 Now Lino of J- BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELE-IAEDWARE, PLOWS k GEN'L IBEGHfflDISE.
JNoveltieH nud Fancy GoodN, In. JDiirfjo Variety.
It. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
Screens Combined Bevel Squares, Stan,
(lord, Goodrich, etc., Sewmu Machine,
Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
Office, corner of Bethel and King st ,
upstairs. Apr-17 8!)-ly
DIVIDEND of Tlircc Dollars per
s-hatc will be paid to the share.
holders of the Inter Island Steam N.ivi.
galion Co, on YVH)NKSDAY, April
11th Inst, at their o'llcp,o 1 Queen street.
Socrctnrv I. 1. ti. N. Co.
Houolulu, April 115, IPS 1. 225 lit
RDERS for the Odorless Excavator
C. BOLTE thereby authorized
to si en our lirm niimo by procura
tion. JI. S. GR1NBAUM & CO.
Honolulu, Apiil 12, IH89. 222 lw
HON. SAMUEL M. DAMON' holds
my power of atu rtio to act for
me during my absence firm this King,
dom. CIIAS. R. BISHOP.
Honolulu, April 12, 18S0. 222 lw
AS I intend to clohC out my business
on April 25th, I givo notice that
oil watches and jewelry, loft over three
months for repairs, will bo sold at auc
tion, if not claimed on that date. All
outstanding accouuts not paid on April
yOtli, will he placed in tho hands of a
220 td MAX EOK ART.
HEAL ESTATE EOK SALE.
AVAI UABLE Lot at the
0"im.r of Poil and
bchool sheets, over Jeofail
acre with one Colt age. Applv to
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE, with 3 large and
2 small roims with kit
chen und hatluoom attached,
on Alakea striet, opposite Dr. Mc
Wayno's. Arply to John Cook, on pre.
uiiscs, or at this olllce. 210 tf
ItOOMS TO LET
wgrkjR flOMPORTADLY Furnish
ffijail J cd Rooms. Board if re
Rfflftgfcja quired. Apply at "Chamber
quired. Apply at "Chnmbei
lain Houeo," King btreet, opposite Kn.
walahno Seminary. 184 tf
Furnished Kooms To Let
"1LB.N, pleasant Rooms to
lot ut tho McOrew House.
recently occupied by .Mr. King,
on Punchbowl sired, opposite the North
Pacific Institute. 2211 lm
Cnrringo For Snlo Cheap.
-1 NEW Cutundir Car
JL riaco just finished
: and handsomely trimmed
iu llrst class style must be immediately
sold to close mi assignment, can bo seen
at W. II. Pagu'8 carriage mauufactury,
No. 128 Port btreet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
of Stylish II
Freisli Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
POSITION a governess, companion
or housekeeper, by a lady recently
ti om the States. -Address "L. C," this
olllei . 224 lw
San Fkaxcisco, Cal.,
Fcluuaiy 10, 1869.
"fjyE lic-icwith ccrtity that Messrs.
V Do'id & Miller arc our duly au.
thoii.cd and only agents for the Ha.
waiian Islands for the sale of our Lager
Beer in keg.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
100 If John H. Wicland Bros.
Removal oi Barber
JARDIM has removed his
hot) lroiu Kincr street toMcCar-
thj's Billiard Purlois, Port street, whore
he is piepnred to serve with tho best
care and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind pairounge of all.
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllce nud pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Bin hies, comer Hotel and Richard
streets. Scientific tiealmcnt in all d is
eases of domestic animals. Orders for
plantation and ranch i-tock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone !154,
P. O Uox :i2fl. mh-18.89
Club House Diii Room
Having secured tho services of a
IMrHt Class Cook
And made many otlier changes in the
management wo aro now pre
pared to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purchasers.
AH Hosiery exported from Dalbrlggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (Ld), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
Uy an Act of Parliament lately passed
It Is nuido a felony to use thu word Bal.
brlgguu on goods not manufactured
there, either by stamping on goods,
wiappcr, label or ticket, unless tho
filacu whcie manufactured is also stated
u equally largo letters as tho word
n SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original Ualbrlggati Hosiers,
Per V. O. Sproull.
I have now on hand a Large Assort
In nil colors and styles,
Specially made to my order and pattern.
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