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bAXLY BIBjUffltaN HONOLULU, H. 1M ARIL 22, 1889.
Pltdced to ncilhn Sect nor P(t-ty,
But estabttkeit ley the benefit of all.
MONDAY. APIUL 'Ji!, 1889.
HAWAII AND ITS PLACES OF
WAU.XEEXUE OK I'.AISBUW PALLS.
From the iilo lieconl.')
The Wniluku stiram, whose upper
branches rim away up to the snows
of Miuma Ken, Is the lnrgest as well
ns the longest stream on these Isl
ands. It enters the sea on the
northern side of the town of IIllo,
and 1ms quite a number of beautiful
falls, and ehiirtniug nooks along its
course, which are well worth the
trouble lo visit.
At iv distance of about a mile and
one half from the sea, directly back
of the town are situated the falls of
Waianuenue, in a deep gorge. The
stream here leaps over a precipice
of lava rock, about SOIL into a deep
and black looking basin, which to
one standing on the southern bank
seetns to have no outlet. In front
of the-falls rises a cliff of prismatic
rock separated from (he bank on
which 3011 are standing by a tavine
25 feet in depth, tluough which the
stream flowed ioini-tiine in the dis
It now flows in a deeper channel
011 the. northern side of the cliff. A
wild looking gome as seen fiom the
The following legend describes
bow lite channel was changed:
When 'Ilina-i-ka-tta" first dwelt
in the caverns hack of I he falls,
with her son Muni, the only water
llowin; into the basin came from the
two opriiigs on the south banks of
the falls, which were called "Na
AVaiii o IJina," or the breasts of
Ilina. The btream Honing from
thence ran through the ravine on the
south side of the chlf spoken of
above. After the Deluge that
Ilina's sister sent upon llilo the
water began to How over the pieci
pice where it now flows. At that
time there was living near the woods
at Pepeekeo a Genii or "Moo" call
ed "I.onoikachu" or Lono who lives
in the mist.
He it seems had a grudge cgainst
Hiua of the waters, and when he
saw Main carrying off "Ilinaikeahi"
into Tuna, thought that the time had
come when he could destroy Ilina
tinder the falls.
lie accordingly made for the
place where she dwelt, and on arriv
ing there suddenly hurled into the
ravine a huge mass of dirt and
rocks completely damming up the
gorge, and setting back the waters
into the cavein.s where Ilina was
lning. The "Moo" seated himself
on the bank awaiting the result The
lirL intimation that Hiua had that
anything was wrong (as the noise
she made in beating her Kapas
drowned all the noise of the falling
rocks) was the alliance of the water
into that pait of the cavern where
she was at woik. On making her
way to the front of the cave, she
saw that hei ii-ui.it was cutoff by
the rising of the w.der3 and then she
called aloud to her son Maui 'for
Maui was then on his way back
from the funeral of his aunt in Puna,
and hearing the cry of his mother
with a single hound stood on the
banks of the falls, and took in the
situation at a glance. His mother,
was then up to her nostrils in the
water, when taking one of his huge
staffs made of stone, with a mighty
thrust he opened the present chan
nel for the pent up water.
Seeing the "Moo" still sitting on
the bank he seized him and threw
him into the mad rush of water, and
lie was drowned and his body car
ried out to sea and devoured by
ilaui's patron Shark. Thus was the
gorge formed through which the
stream now rushes to the sea.
The teachers' normal clabs open
ed this morning at 0:30, under the
chairmanship of John A. Moore.
The attendance was large, showing
mi enthusiasm that foietold extra
exertions for the welfare of tho
young idea in the future. Of the
47 who were present, seven were
fiom Hawaii, four from Maui, ono
from Kauai, Ihe balance being
teachers of schools on this island.
The examination of teachers was
held at lOs-lfi a. in., immediately
after the dismissal of tho normal
DAIRY MAID sTcfAL.
The Y. V. C. T. U. must be con
gratulated upon the success of thu
Dairy Maid Kocial at Y. M. C. A.
hall, Saturday evening. The largo
ball was filled in every part, many
being unable lo gain admittance.
The programme opened with n pinno
solo well played by Miss Lottie
Parmelei'. It was followrd by a
little play, ".Maud Muller,"" in
character, which pleased the audi
;jce. Mr. Pan I Jsenbeig, Jr., sang
to-Htf in Him Mylo and wa loudly
encored, A s-ong by Mrs. II. S.
Townsend wo tastily rendered,
after which, Mtt Malouc, Prosident
of the Y. W. C. T. U., gave an ad
.diess. Ginger bread am) milk wetc
.then bunded around by the membera
,offthe Union, attired as dairy maids.
The entertainment was u great sue-
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
PROBATE or WILL.
The due admission of a will to
probate, bv a court of competent,
jurisdiction, tho judgment being un
rcoked, is conclusive ns to the
validity of the will, and binding
upon all persons.
Keliipelapeln vs. Patutino et al. 1
Pi:utIOKY XOTK. I
As between the maker and the
payee of a protnisory tiote, a fai'
ure of consideration may always be
shown by parol or other evidence,
in defence to an action upon tho
Chimes vs. "Walker, 1, Haw. 1G.
A bona fide holder of a negotia
ble note, to whom it was assigned
for a valuable consideration before
it was due, is entitled to recover
against the maker, notwithstanding
he may have paid the amount of the
nolo to the original payee ; and this,
notwithstanding the holder may
have obtained the note from one
who obtained tho same by theft or
robbery. Polly vs. Nicholson 1
Haw. 11 ; Grimes et al. vs. Walker,
Plaintiff recovered the amount of
three promisory notes, endorsed lo
him by the defendant without re
course, on the ground that at the
time of the indorsement the defend
ant represented the maker as being
bolvent, well knowing that he was
in fact insolvent. Martin vs. Mont
gomery, 1 Haw. 31.
It is immaterial whether the ex
pression of "value received" bo in
serted in a protnisory note or not.
The law implies, from the nature ol
the instrument, that it is for value
Lalhrop vs. Katnakakehau, 1
In case of a negotiable note, the
execution of which is attested by
witnesses who are without the juris
diction of this kingdom, it is suill
eient for the plaintiff to prove the
handwriting of the maker, or the
handwriting of the witnesses, or at
least one of them, whetc there are
Bullions vs. Brothers & Co., 1
Haw. 209. And so as lo the execu
tion of otiier instruments. lb. see
"Agent ot Company."
ruxisiiMKvr or shames.
The master may inflict punishment
on a seaman for disobeying his law
ful commands; but the punishment
must be such as is reasonable and
necessary under the circumstances
of the case ; and if cruelty is exer
cised, or if the punishment is gross
ly oppressive and disproportioned
lo the offence, the master becomes
a trespasser, and will be liable to
Ihe seaman in an action for dam
ages. A master may imprison a seaman
in a foreign jail, when there is si
positive necessity for the peace or
safety of the ship that the offending
party should be removed to a placo
of safe keeping on shore. Clack
vs. Jagger, 1 Haw. 120.
A charge of general bad treat
ment, made 1 13' a seaman against the
master, cannot he sustained upon
the vague statements of some of
the crew that the master was
"cross," or "pretty harsh," or
In case of disobedience, disies-
pectful, or disorderly conduct, the
master may lawfully correct those
under his command, in a reasonable
manner; but the master must be
careful in the exercise of his power,
ami not make it a pretext for cruelty
or oppression. Edwards vs. Scott,
1 Haw. 18!5.
INSISTING AN OFFICER.
Where an officer is resisted in the
due and proper execution of Ins
olllcc, he may repel force by force,
and he will be justified in so doing,
even if death. ensue; yet he ought
not to cotno to extremities upon
every slight interruption, nor with
out a reasonable necessity. Gaolers,
like other ministers of justice, are
bound not to exceed the necessity of
the case in thu execution of their
Hex vs. Sherman, 1 Haw. 88.
IlIOJIT OF WAV,
The continuous nnd unmolested
use of a way since the year 1811, to
Sept. 1855, was held 'sullicient lo
create a right of way by prescrip
tion. Hooke vs. Nicholson, 1 Haw. 283.
Held, that thu Act of 1851, im
posing a special school tax upon
foreigners, and persons ot foreign
parentage, is not unconstitutional.
Naone ys. Thurston, 1 Haw. 220.
SEAMKN, THEIIt ItlOIlTS, DUTIES, ETC.
Seamen in the winding service
who receive ns wages a certain pro
portion, or lay, of tho ship's eatch
ings, do not thereby become part
ners or tenants in common, with
the master and owners of the vessel,
in the products of the voyage; nor
can tliey exeiciso any control over
bitch products, during tho continu
ance of thu voyage.
Clark vs. Jagger, 1 Haw. 120.
SECUllEO AND UNSECUIIED J1KII1B.
When a party recovers judgment
upon secured and unsecured debts,
ho may first apply what js collected
to thu extinguishment ot the unse
cured portion of the debts, and next
in satisfaction of t)io secured part.
Wood vs. Ladd et al,, 1 Haw. 17.
cmroiroEU, siastek, etc.
Thu bargains nnd acts of
agent of a ship arc binding on
owner, 113 is also the nct of
master in taking passengers
boaid. Wahinc et til. vs. Apcnr, 1
The vendor of a ship cannot re
cover in an action for the purchase
money, until ho has first tenderod a
good and sufficient bill of sale.
Maclarhme vs. Gilmoro, 1 Haw.
A suit upon a written contract
made by the master of a ship in his
own inline, cannot be brought In the
name ol the owners, their names not
appearing in the contract, but must
be hi ought in the name of the
Archer et al. vs. Makec et al., 1
The onus probumU vests upon
any party accused of smuggling
luquora, of showing their legal itn
potlalion, and payment of duties
Hex vs. Webster, 1 Haw. GO;
Hex vs. Coady, 1 Haw. 71.
A RARE CHANCE.
On the last steamer Mr. Theo. P.
Severin received a now set of instru
ments, and is now prepared to make
views of residences al the remark
ably small sum of SG per dozen.
The work is gtiaianteed and satis
faction given, all orders receiving
prompt attention. This is a good
opportunity for sending views of
home and surroundings to friends
abioad, and home industry should
always be given tho preference.
DEATH OF STEWART BLANC.
On Saturday, Mr. Stewart Blanc
died at Ihe (.Juecn's Hospital, of
con-mmptiun. The funeral took
place on Sunday, from the hospital,
the Hev. Alex. Mackintosh conduc
ting the service. The deceased was
a native of Pott Arlington, Queen's
County, Ireland, and would have
been 00 years of age in October
next. lie came to these islands a
liflle over ten years ago, and kept
a shoemaker's shop, first on Hotel
street, then later on Merchant street,
near the Police Station. He leaves
two sons and a daughter who reside
in San Francisco. .His brother is
one of the wealthy residents of Nob
Hill in that citv.
Shortly alter seven o'clock this
morning, a man named August Lr-itz,
who lived in a small cottage in rear
of Mrs. Bruue's premises, Chaplain
street, was found by a Cluuanaman
in a silling posture on the iloor of
his room. The Chinaman at once
informed Mrs. Bruce who telephon
ed for Dr. Trousseau. Before be
anived, it was discovered that the
man was dead, and the police being
notified, the body was taken to the
Station House, house was a car
penter, and had worked for Mr.
Geo. Lincoln. When found this
moining he was dressed ready for
work. On Saturday he complained
of being unwell. Deputy Marshal
Hopkins, as cot oner, has empanelled
the following jury: Messrs. G. P.
Castle, II. M. Dow, T. Lindsay, W.
II. Place, E. II. Wolters anil M.
Davis, and an inquest is now
held at the Station House.
ENTERTAINMENT AT SPRECKELS
VILLE. On April 10th an entertainment
was given at Spreckelsville.Maui, by
the Ladies' Aid Society of Makawao.
On the 13ih we published under
"Maui Notes," a repoit of proceed
ings fiom one of our correspondents
on Ihat island. Since Iheu we have
received two other accounts, sub
stantially the same as the one pre
viously published, from other cor
respondents. We thank these cor
respondents, and shall always be
glad to receive conttibutions fiom
them. The only reason for not pub
lishing their matter was, that it
came too late.
To the previous notice should be
added, however, that Mr. Morrison
allowed the use of the hall at Sprcck
elsville gratuitously, and Mrs. Mor
rison was cquully gcneious in giving
the use of her house and anything
from it that tended to the comfort
or assistance of those making the
preparations. Mr. Wilder ran a
special train, free of charge, from
Wniluku to Paia, both before and at
the close of the entertainment, and
Mr. Heineman allowed the free use
of his piano. These wete favors
thorough appreciated by all who
attended, ami this ladies of tho so
ciety desire through the columns of
this paper to publicly acknowledge
their indebtedness to those mention
ed, thanking them most sincerely,
and also all who by donations to the
supper or other contributions of as
sistance, in any way furthered tho
success of tho entertainment.
aJo.spAY, 4"if 22d.
Twenty one drunks had to pay
the usual amount.
Seven Chinese charged with gam
ing, were remanded to the 2oth.
Uill Perry was fined $25 for vio
lating Utile 25 of the express regu
lations, by being drunk on his
A nolle pios, was entcied against
Geo. Thompson, who attempted to
leave thu Kingdom without a pass
port. Gabriel was lined SIT) for assault
and battery on Ah Hing.
SUNDAY AND THE RICH.
The London Diocesan Conference
has just been discussing and de
nouncing tho Sunday tunuscments
of the rich. It is somewhat a relief
to find attention diverted fiom tho
faults and follies of the poor, if for
no other reason than that it proves
that nil ranks arc dominated by the
satno human instincts. "Sunday
smoking concerts, jugglery enter
tainments, parados of drags or fottr-iu-hands,
dinner parties, dances,
and picnics up the river" may ap
pear very teriibic evils to many well
ordered minds ; but they probably
are only the natural rebound of an
artificial high-pressure existence
craving after relaxation, which is
intense of its kind. The conditions
of life in this age of lailways and
telegraphs have materially altered
from thoso which prevailed at the
beginning of tho century ; yet more
than one spcakei was constrained to
admit that the aristocracy of the
Regency were guilty of Sabbath
breaking in even more objectionable
ways than now prevail. Think of
the dreary Sundays familiar to thu
childhood of people now of middle
age. No books, at least of a secu
lar nature, no relaxation, no enjoy
ment, except the increased amount
of food consumed. Probably there
was never greater leligious activity
than at the present time, but it does
not run quite on the same old lines.
It behoves the clergy to bring them
selves into harmony with modern
thought rather than to cry after thoe
who have wandered from their flock
in search of more congenial susten
ance. One speaker suggested that
a letter should be drawn up by the
Conference; and thai this letter,
bcaiing the signatures of the various
incumbents, "should be sent once a
month to thosu members of the up
per classes who were known to
mark the Day of Rest by devoting it
almost entirely to secular pleasure."
Is it possible to imagine a more tu
tilc and iui-lTeelte deviie? The
Bishop of London is about to ad
dress :i pastoral to the diocese on
the subject; but it is not likely to
pioduce any great eifect, Could it
be suggested to these reverend and
excellent gentlemen that something
might be done lo tender the atmos
phere of Sunday more bright
and cheer! ul? The success at
tending Sunday operations at
the People's Palace. affords
abundant proof that al the East-end
the opportunity 01 social improve
ment is highly appreciated. Thou
sands would gladly visit our picture
galleries and museums, if they were
open and from among them would
probably be created new congrega
tions Iit our halt-deserted chut clics.
The neglect of Sunday observances
by the rich may be only a passing
craze : but it is not likely to be
checked until the clergy render their
services more attractive, not merely
to the senses, but to the intelligence
of their auditors. London paper.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 1!4 O'CLOCK SOUS,
I will sell at Public teflon, nt my
Balebiooiiu, corner of Fort mill Queen
streets, for account ol whom il may
Marked H, In diamond; B
No. 2G87 1 b.ilo containing 600 Burlap
Ko. 2770 1 li'ile coatniniii 45 pieces
Linen Diill lUlil y.utU.
No. 2783 1 bale containing 100 dozen
White Cotton Undershirts
No. 278-11 lulc !iualnlim 100 ilo.en
While Oottoa Undershirts
Damaged by salt witter on vngc of
Importiition, ex Qcrmun lii'ijuo (,G. N.
Wilcox," Irom Hremu'ti to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
210 :tt Auctioneer.
ihwiiMO Tramways Co.,
Correction to Time Table,
tl.OO a in Lllilui street to Jtlilo ngc,
not on Sifulays,
O.HOam I.lliha etteet to WalklUl,
not on Sundays,
7.:J0 a m I.lliha street to Waiklki,
not on ijtmdnvs.
8.30 a in Llllha street to Klflo Katige,
not on Sundays.
5 27 a in-JUlle Ittinge to Llllha street,
not on Sundays.
r.!i7 a in Itlilo Jtaiige to Llllha .street,
not on hiindayb.
0.57 a in Illllu Ilttuge to Llllha stteet,
not on Himdayjs.
77 am Waiklki to Llllha sliect,
not on biiniliiyM,
8.U7 a hi - Walklkl to Llllha fetieet,
not on Mindiiys.
8.57 ti in JCIltu Jtauge to Waiklki, Sun
days only. um 0t
A hh partit-h who ure indebted to tho
iX ill in ol Emi & Co., 75 and 17
i'ort Mrect, nto rcqiiusti-d to ntuku an
immtdHUs settlement, Legal actions
will bo ittken on all accouuts which re.
main unpaid May J, 188D. 238 td
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Wednesday, April 24.,
VT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tlin residence of Mr. W. W. Camp,
hell, No ".'I ltoretfiulii R'reet, opposite
thu Ilawnil-m Hntol, 1 will sell nl
Tho Entire Houselfd Furniture
How Center & Sofa Ms,
Lace Curtain's & Poles,
1 Handsome Wicker Parlor Set
With Plush Cushions 5
1 Hovelled Pinto Glass 51 irror,
Piiintingi & Plcturos,
Decorated Hanging Lamps,
Massive Hlnck W. Center Table,
11. Marbh'top Tabic,
1 B.W. Colored Marblelop Bedroom Set,
Mnllt-usscs it Pillows,
Hlnok Walnut Cliellbnli-tp,
1 H. W. .Marliletoti Hi-droom Set,
Extension Dlnlm; Tit hie,
B. W. Marbletop Sideboard,
Cook Stove & Uit'ttfils,
Garden Hose, Tools.
Canary Bird and Cages,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
220 fil Auctioneer.
Closing Out Sale
Hy order of Vi. Mux Eeknr, I will sell
at Pulilio uciion, nt hN tttore,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
His Entlic Stock of Goods, (ompri-inga
Fitu- sM.rtment of
Cluster DlilOl Rigs !
Diamond Bicitet Pin,
l'earl Setting, Gobi Kings,
Gold Urooche- & liraecluis,
A Large Assottmont of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Biooches, Earing.ifcSlccTe Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware,
Tea .ml CoII'l-i- Sets,
Toilet Sut-, etc Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Large Lot ol Wood LYuno Clocks,
Show Ca-es, Shelving it Fixtures,
One Large iron Safe !
Etc., Elu., Etc., Etc.
BHir.cinl)cr that all Goods must be
sold t ovarii Ie-.ii of cost Splt-ndid chunce
By order or Mr. Olins. II Judd, I will
hell at 1'ublic Auction, at my
S.ilosioom, Qtiecu street,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT l!4 O'CLOCK SOUS,
Hereford Bull !
Imported from Now Zealand and regis,
JAB. F. MORGAN,
BY virtue of a power of salo contained
in a certain niortciigo deed given
by J. I). I'ononui to Kealina, ol North
Itohula, Hawaii, dated October 10. 1887,
and iccorded la Liber 110, pago 125, and
in pursuance of notice of intention lo
foiccloHO heretofore published, there
will hu sold m Public Auction, by .las.
F. Mo'gun, Auctioneer, at his Sales
room, Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 29th,
AT I O'CLOCK IO,
All and Singular tlie Premises,
Conveyed by said mortgage deed
Itit All tlio-u Premises situated at
L-iliutiki, Kukuipiihu, Koliala, Hawaii,
and more paiticularly described in L.
O. A. 8801, to Kuttalohl, containing an
area of (I acres; and conveyed to said
J. D. Pononui h) deed of said Kukalohe
teenrded in Liber 8.1 pig(i47fi.
and AH lluw I'ri'iuiH-s dcbcribed
in I. O. A. 8-02, Koitiilinioku, con
tainlnif an area ot 10 U-IO acres, together
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed to said J, 1). Pononui by
deed ot Keoiiliu et al, heirs of mi id
grantee, recorded in Liber 52, pago 172.
And all the rights and privileges to tho
W. C. Acill, attorney for llioitiraiice.
Honolulu, Apiil 12, lt-8'J.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
228 8teod Auctioneer.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Barley, Kolled Barley,
Tolcphones, No. 1 75.
Tlie Finest Assortment
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Rest of This Week.
We have imported the finest class of Millinery, regardless the cost,
knowing tlie taste of Honolulu ladies. Tho ladies are
cordially invited to inspect our goods.
The Leading Millinery
B. P. EILERS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AKE OFEEltING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BAKGA1NS OF-
Remnants in All
R. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
-cretns, Combined Bevel Squares, Stan.
clnri), Goodrich, etc., -owing Machines,
Bicvclus, Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
Oflloj, corner of lletliel and Kingsts,
HDERS forlhc Odorless Excavator
J will u-ceivi- prompt attention if
to No. 22G
H I intend to close out mv IniMncss
on April 25th. I erive notice that
U wiitchc-mid jewi-hy, luft ovui thru.-
months foi rcptms. will lie fold at am;
tion, if not claimi'd n that date. All
outstanding account-i not paid on April
UOth, will he placed in ihe hands of a
220 td MAX ECKAKT.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
VALUABLE Lot al the
corner of Fort mid
""Chool sheets, over K nf un
acio with one C'ottngi-. Applv in
2M tf J. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE with a largo and
2 small roans with kit-
itt elien and Imihioom attached,
on Alakca street, rppoito Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Apply to .John Cook, on i.ie
uilaes, or at Hits ofllce. 219 tf
ROOMS TO LET
J cd Rooms.
Hoard if re.
quired. Apply at "Chamber-
lain Home," King street, opposite Ka
waialmo Seminary. 184 tf
Furnished Rooms To Let
. a ""1LEVN, pleasant Rooms to
Asjffi'Jh v let tit tho McUrew House,
Mifflrrw recently occur icd by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl street, opposite the North
Pucitlc Institute. 22a Ira
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
-1 NJ-IW culunder Car
1 rlaeo just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class btyle must bo immediately
sold to close au assignment, can bo seen
at W. II. Page's carriage manufactury,
No. 123 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
By order of J, W. Kalua, Adminis
trator of tho Estuie of J. L Kapakahl,
of Lahalnii, Maui, deceased, 1 will boll
at Public Auction, at tho Qovornmont
Pound, Wailuku, Maul,
Qn Thqrsday, April 2$,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. jr.,
Thu following anjmnls;
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
0 Hawaiian Bred Horses,
1 Tame TVJlTJJLiIU !
T. W. EVERETT,
Wftlluku, Maui, April 8, 1830. 2W td
Middling Ground Burloy,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
of Stylist lillinery
Children's Untrininied Hats,
House, cor. Fort & Hotel
a Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zenltiud Jams, assorted case3. For
sale at low prices bv
J. E. BROWN" & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
San Fiiancisco, Cat..,
February 19, 1869.
WE herewith certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller tire our duly au
thorizud and only agents for the Ha
waiian Islands for the sale of our Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
190 tf John IL Wieland Bros.
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM has removed hia
chop from Kinc street to McCar
thy's Billiatd Pat lore, Fort street, where
he is pieparcd lo serve with the best
care and neatness tho avocation of Iub
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 2it 8.ly
AR. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ollice and phtirniacv at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, coiner Hotel and Richard
blieetH. Scientific treatment in all dls
eti.ses of demesne animals Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 304,
P. O. Bo. 32G. mh.18.89
Having secured the services
Firwt tJIiiHH Cook
And made many other changes in the
management wo aro now pre
pared to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Real Balbriggan Hosiery
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrlngan,
Iroland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
Club House Dining Room f
tofiggSh Ki"n Street.
By an Act of Parliament lately passed
It is made a felony to iimi iho word Bal
brlggan on goods not manufactured
there, either by mumping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless the
placu where manufactured is also stated
in equally tyrgu loiters as thq word
SMYTH CO, (LM),
The Oilglnal Hal brlggan Hosiers,
Per W. O. Sproull,
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In all colors and styles,
Specially made to my oider and pattern.
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