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DAILY BIJLLTCTIN: HONOLULIF, H. I., APRIL 23, 188.3.
In He Papaikou Sugar Co.
Dci'AKTMKNT OV TUB lNTUUIOlt,)
- - llotiolulu, Apt il 22, 1SSI). J
Wheiens the Papaikou Sugar Com
pany hat, pursuant to the laws in
bucIi case made uml piovidcd, duly
tiled with the und, vsigned a Petition
for thu dissolution l the said Corpor
ation, together with a eoititieuto
theicto aniipxed an icriuiied bylaw;
Notice in heiehy given lo any and
all pei sons- who nave been or aie
now. iniciesled in uiiy manner what
sbevi?! "in the Mild CVi oration, that
objerttunr- li the grunting of the said
Petition must be tiled in the office of
tho undersinVii tin or before tile Sfitli
ilhy'Hf 'JithVr'iSSii,' ami that any per
son or pi rrruis desiiing to bo heard
then on must be in attendance at the
qflieu of tlu undt'itigni'd in Aliiolani
Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. in.
of thiit day, niid ellow cause why
said lVtiiion should not be granted.
J.UUHIN A. THUKSTON,
Ministei of the Interior.
Plctltd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established tor the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APKIL 23, 1881).
EMIGRATION OF NATIVES.
"Within the last two or three weeks
several dozens of native Ilawaiians
have left this, their native land, for
the Mormon Settlement at Salt
Lake, Utah, U. S. A., with the view
of remaining there, and others are
yet to lollow. These people have
been induced to lake this step by
the persuasions of itinerant Mor-
nian preachers from abroad, who,
we are infoiined. go around among
the natives, and endeavor to induce
them to emigrate. The natives
listen lo their talk, and some of
them are influenced thereby to the
extent of belling out their little hold
inus and starling lor Salt Lake.
-How they will-tare when they reach
, lucre is qiicliiiuahlc; but should
they be dissut'Mied and it is highly
probably 1 1. at ino-,t of them will be
it is scarcely likely that one in
. ten will be able lo find the means
for getting back. We arc not in
formed precisely as to what are the
spicial inducements offeicd by the
Mormon pu-ach.r-, beyond the gen
eral assurance that the natives' con
dition Will be bettered bv. the
chungi . ' That their cpndilioij will
be iu any way bettered, we do not
for one moment suppose, but be
lieve the reverse will be their expe
rience. Of course, if native Ilawai
ians wish lo go and live at Salt
Lake, ihey are ut liberty to do so.
But at ihc same time, wc are of
opinion that they make a mistake,
t which inisluku may be discovered
"'too late' Tlte proselytizing preach
ers who prey upon the credu
lity of the impressionable and
'confiding natives, inducing them
to emigrate, aie a class of peo
ple the country can very well do
.without. Their religious tcnetsarc
not matters tlut concern us. It is
that puit of t,heir mistion which
seeks tp draw fiom the country our
native population, that a piotel
against. The act is a mischievous
- one which cannot be passed in si
lence. WHAT CAUSED BY.
Horner's communication to the 15ul
4f.u'riS of Apiil l!)th, in one part he
. , Kaiil, '(Tnilli" and thu "Uibltop of
' Olba" "have hinted ut the same in
temperate iloctiinc of the Bible that
' Mr. .Smith rcfi'ircd to, and all have
used it as u clul to break my head,
and H'op, prohibition," Jf Mr.
Iloiner leul n much more of bucli
exui4crutionsj and tiaalj us bis lust
. of'Apiil if'th dished up and Beason
cd with hucIi gui huge us finding
Noah guilt' of caiibing tltu late re
, (hellion in the United Htatcs, all
m tlVrough that little ppree or' hia, the
" public vill bcftiii Iq think that tljo
chili (if Truth. UUhop of Olba, etc.,
did break hh heuil nod it) 11 preity
Jad way at that, Once again, Mr.
Kitbr, the ii'billion in the United
States wan baldly cated through a
coiucltiation ot Nuuli, ruin, and
slavery, which Mr. Homer said cost
hundreds of Ihousaiids (if lives, pud
billions of tjcuMjrc, but ws direct
ly caused by a, combination of ubi.ll
, tlyuhtsx) J)io stamp of .J, M, lloru
'' ',6' ''Only tj;ut u;)d nothing more."
THEY CAN BE SAVED.
Emtou Bn.Mvm: - Tho tribute
to Ihe Hawaiian race from llcv. H.
K. Rishop is splendid and diMorves
the applause of ev. ry person
in the kingdom. In nun part lit
says, "they can br saved," "hut."'
ah! that "hut" will coilain ones
aaorillcu that litlle sonii'tlting to help
thein? T am afiaid not. One way
that will help lo save thein is, to on
eouraco lliein. That c:m he done lo
a certain extent by Rivinji them the
full franchise to vote. For deep
down in your brails you know, or
ought to know, the right of suffrage
belongs to them by every right in
the universe. I5.v inking a slice of I
the vote for nobles from them be.
caU9c thuy have not a certain amount
of money in thalr pou'ects, well
knowing ninny hundreds among
them never had thu required amount,
and never will have it, and giving it
to others who caiu not whether the
country lives or sinks because of a
little more of the tlllhy lucre about
them, is hardly the Gospel creed to
save a native or anyone else. For
takiug a part of the franchise from
lliein tor being poor has, in a cer
tain sense, degmded and discoui
aged thein. This being accomplish
ed, a native is apt to give Up every
thing and go lo the dogs. Again,
it is hardly a lasting salvation that
saves by force. And again, the
love of the almighty dollar has been
the means of bringing into the is
lands between twenty and thirty
thousand unmarried Chinese with
their opium and other devilish hab
its which together have caused more
ruin among native females than all
other evils combined. Another
thing lowauls saving them is to belli
iheni uet back their lands which,
with Chinese cunning have about all
been lleeced from them. Slop giving
concerts at Kuiimukapili Church to
draw money out of the poor natives
to pay off the debt of the chinch,
vfhich the natives can ill afford, and
give lliein back a goodly share of
that money (for they need it). What
a history could be told of the rightsi
and wrongs practised during the last
thirty or, forty yean ; "On these too
kindly, too friendly, too truthful,
too magnanimous Hawaiian people,
etc., to use the winds of Hev. S. E.
liishop." But you can quickly
amend one great wrong by giving
them the full franchise, which is
theirs by right of biilh and every
hallowed right in the sight of God
and man. Lastly if you wish to en
courage the natives in doing right,
first, do the right thing yourselves.
A SUGGESTION TO MR. J. M.
KniTon IJur.i.rriN : It is not my
intcnlion lo enter into au elaborate,
or an arguinenlativc ilisctiSBion with
Mr. J. M. Homer, on the subject of
temperance, nor is it my wisli to
conic forward as a special pleader
iu behalf of Mr. John F. Smith. As
the attempted niguincnt by the
former, and the improper abuse by
the latter, have an undoubted tend
ency to injure the cause, I will leave
those portions of the matter to be
judged on their mei its, by men of
cooler and more evenly balanced
minds than theirs, These gentle-'
men seem entiiely to ignore the
facts, that the jiihtest cau-c can be
ruined by either of the extremes to
which they i esort.
That man would have been better,
if rum had never been distilled is
a fact, not to be disputed; but, in
iiMiiuch as rum has been distilled,
and the appetites oi men yearn for it,
theiefore its total irradicatioii is
simply a matter n' impossibility. It
would be an equal parity of reason
lo attempt to do away entirely with
tho growtli and use of tobacco.
Now, in truth, tlio proper object of
the advocates of temperance, shoulo
bo to direct their forces and energies
against the abuse of the evil, for the
evil lies entirely in th eabuso. Cool
headed men, who have for years ad
vocated the cause, have, always
directed their energies to the curing
of tho evil, and not in the vain at
tempt, of doing away with the cause,
for their better sense, cleat ly shows
them that anything, no matter how
good, or necessary to mankind, may
be equally rendered an evil by its
Therefore let mc ask of Mr.
Homer if he really believes iu the
cfllcocy of his cause to refrain in
the future, from further indulgence
in such illogical and hurtful at
tempts at argument. Let him rest
uwliile and allow bin fevered imagi
nation lo cool, and then, after such
cooling process has taken place, and
if lie feels that lie is still called upon
to write, let him temper his xeal
with moderation, and "niental teui
pcranco," if lie can do ho, truly
will his labor pioducc fruit. lint if
he cannot, then fur the good of the
cause, and for tho sake of patient
humanity, let him break his pencil
or fcpill his ink. It is better that
the cause should be of hut puny
gion th, than lo 'attempt to force its
fruit by sjich imjurious and iu
tempci ate process to whiuh he of late
The largest ruby in the world is
6ai( to be a stone weighing 21 carats
and measuring an inch in length and
threoquuiters of au inch in width,
it is owned in London.
Time, 0 11, in. Opulent undo:
Kdward, 1 think you ought to get
down to the olllcc earlier, Languid
nephew: Oh J As to that, uncle, I
have always been of the opinion that
tho olliee should seek the man, not
the man the ofllce.
EniTOis lhn.uvnx In your rc
ninilvH in the Hum.iiik of April 4th,
you say, "The Conclave has taken
a viicntio'i, and we are glad of it.
Hope the vacation will continue for
it I'ciitiiiy Without a bleak, and be
lieve our leaders will feel the same."
Wiong ' theie, Mr. Editor. On the.
contiary, your renders rather like it,
and will hail with much satisfaction
tin return ut the Conclave loiluty,
tvjftirdU'is of piolest from any mem
ber of the corporal's guard that la
left fiotn the great majority of the
so-called retorui purty. Cue word
more, Mr. Junior! i nrn sure every
right-minded person will feel a sort
ot pity for I Jew A. whanguuater
when he reads the following deliver
ed by him at the Secret Conclave,
and ' published in ihe Huu.rnx of
April 1 which has tone of remorse
and repentance iu it, where he said,
"Unit before the meeting closed he
wished to speak briylly upon the
prospects of the Ca'lalhunipian
Party. There was no doubt that it
was waning in number." and popular
ity. Two years ago it commanded
the lespeel of U5 per cent, of the
white population. To-day its suc
cess depends wholly upon New Eng
enders. It does not command the
goodwill of Ameiicans generally,
nor any European ; and 1 would ask
what is the cause of this decline 't Is
it because we are too strict, too ex
clusive, loo forbidding, and too pre
tentious? Is it because we are indi
vidually selfish, dominant, purse
proud, and vain':" Anyone will ob
serve by reading the above that
poor Whangbiifter has some soul
lett in him, when, overcome by his
conscientious scruples, he is forced
forced to.get up and acknowledge
the peculiar traits of the leading
members of his own parly. And
theie h not the least dutiut in my
mind that when the time comes for
action, Ucv. A. Whaugbtister will
be found solid in the ranks of the
Anti-humbug reionn party. S. S.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Last Sunday, April 21st, the Sa
crament of baptism was administer
ed lo 20 infants, by His Lordship
the Bishop of Olba. and to 11
adults, by the Kev. Father Clement.
On the same day, o p. m., His
Lotdship administered the sacra
ment of continuation to about 85
infants and adulH. Yesterday, Aptil
22d, the saci anient, of baptism was
administered by the Rev. Father
Clement to o Japanese adults, (1
men and 1 woman
SCErlifS M HAWAII,
The above is Ihe title of a small
book just published. It h written
by M. Forsyth Grant, who visited
these islands iu 1SS; and stayed for
some tiuiu :it Kilauca. One feature
of the book Is ihe large number of
errors; tor initaucc, the word ICn
niehuineha is spelled three different
ways, and even the King's name
is mis-spelt lliiougliouL the book. A
gnat ninny pages are devoted to 'the
tumbles people experience jn tjie
islands with domestic help. Taken
altogether, the bu.'k will not create a
HOW PILLS AnE MAUE.
UK custom ot taking medicine
in the form of pills dates fur
back in history. The object is to
enable us to swallow easily in a con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, but very useful, drugs. To
what ast dimensions pill-taking
hao grown may be imagined when
we say that in England alone about
',00()',000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills arc consumed every year.
In eaily days pill were made siowly
I13 hand, as ihe demand was com
paratively small. To-day they are
pioduced with infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with
greater aceuiacy, tooT in the pro
portions of the various ingredients
j0 form of medication can be
belter than a pill, provided only it
is intelligently piepaicd. ISut light
heru occurs the dilllculty. Easy as
it may seem to make a pill, or a
million of them, there aro really very
few pills that can bo honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
them cither undei shoot or ovet shoot
the mark. As everybody takes pills,
of some kind, it may be well lo men
tion what a good, ',u!e, and reliable
pill should ho. Now, v, hen one feels
dull and sleepy, and has more or
les pain iu the head, sides, and
back, ho may be sure his bowels are
constipated, and hii liver bltiggish.
To icmcily thin unhappy state of
things there is nothing like a good
culhartlc pill. H will act like a
charm by stimulating Ihe livur into
doing its duty, anil ridding the
digestive organs of the accumulated
Hut the good pill does not gripe
ami pain us, neither does it make us
sick and miserable for a few hours
or a whole day. It acts on the
entire glandular system at Ihe samu
tpiie, clsp the atler-olfects of the
pill will be worse than the dhcaso
itself. The gliping caused by most
pills is the lesult of irritating drugs
which thuy contain. .Such pilln aro
harmful, and should never be used.
They uonioiiiues even produce
hemorrhoids, Without haying any
particular desire to praise one pill
abovo another, wo inny, neverthe
less, name Mother SuigePs Pills,
nuuntfactured by the well-known
house of A. J. While, Limited, Un,
Farringdon Jtoart, London, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as tho only ono wc know
ot that actually possesses every
desirable quality. They remove the
pressure upon tho brain, correct tho
liver, and cause the bowels to act
with csiso and regularity. They
nover gripe or produce the slightest
sickness of tho stomach, or any
oilier unpleasant feeling or synip
torn. Neither do they indttco fur
ther constipation, as nearly nil other
pills do. As a further and crown
ing merit, Mother Kcigcl's Pills are
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coating, which cause3 them lo
resemble pearls, thus rendering
them as pleasant to the palate as
they are effective in curing disease.
If you have a severe cold and nrc
threatened with a lever, with pains
in the head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses will break up the cold
and prevent the feer. A coated
tongue, with a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by foul matter iu
tho stomach. A dose of Seigel's
Pills will effect a speedy cure.
Oflen-timcs partially decayed food
in the stomach and bowels produces
sickness, nausea, &e. Cleanse the
bowels with a dose of these pills,
and good health will follow.
Unlike many kinds of pills, they
do not make you fuel worse before
you arc better. They are, without
doubt, the best family physic over
discoveied. They remove all ob
structions to the uatuial functions
in cither sex without any unpleasant
effects. Jan. 1U-88-1
Auction Sales bj Lewis J. Levey.
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 1 OX'I.Ol'ii AoX
I will sell .it I'uli'i' Miel.oii at nij
Sidefiooin., comer of Pml iir.il (Ju ill
tioi-t-, fur ucrmini or v limn il may
Marked u II:
No. ."JtlO 1 -t'C runlii'iihi.' -10 dozen
" " " :,0 doze.
Utidersliiilp 'o. 101!.
0 mimrtl by -alt vtit, r o'i vnyig's of
un.(i"uii' n, e. (irrni in luiiiie "'. v
Wi : .-." mm I'.h-ukii to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS .!. LEVEY,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT lrj O'CLOCK X().V,
I will mjII .11 PiiliMe Auction, ut my
-iilce looms, coiner
'tieets, lor acciiiiiii
f !' 11 mid Q':uen
nt li mi il 111113'
'! . 21 fifi cifis Jltugiiux Mnk'fcol qts
I! ensei Miirii'iix Miilcsroi, pis
No. 22 :j.2oi-e I'll linn LonnuuNllle, tls
7 i'iis.'S I'irl.on l.Mi!!,lievilu,pls
No. 10 cases Kje Win key.
J.iiimigcd by sul 1 water on voyi'gn of
iin.'ii 1 .linn, ex (Ji 1 niHii Iriniuo '(!. N.
Wili-i":,'' I10111 Jiiiiiifn tu Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
211 2t Anriioiiiei.
MSiiFiiefs Sale !
On Thursday, hprll 25,
AT 154 O'CLOCK SODS,
I will sell .it I'lili'i' niii.i. ut nj
Salem onv, coruci of Koil uml (iueei.
slrcotn, tor account ot whom it may
Markori il, in diamond; II:
No. 2C37 1 Im!-containing f00 liurlnp
IVo. 2771! 1 Imlii containing 15 pieces
Linen Dull 1!)13 yairtc.
No. 27f3 1 iiish-'coiuahiii . 100 doi-en
White Cotton Ubdunliiiti.
No. 27S1 1 bale containbiL' 100 dozen
While cotton Undershirts
Damaged by salt wnler on voyage of
impomiiiim, ex (irrniim Inupio 0. N.
Wilcox," ironi Hii'iiien to Itoiiolulii.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
"50 Ut Auctioneer,
Mian Tramways Co,
Correction to Time Table.
(i.OO a in I iliha street to lillle Ituajje,
not on h-utiilays,
0.30 a in l.lliha street to Waiklld,
7.:i0 a in Lllllm Ftrcet to AValldkl,
not on Sundays,
S.'JO a in Lllllm street to KIllo l.uuge,
uol ou Sundays.
Ji 27 n in Itillo Jtitugu lo Lllilui utreet,
not ou SundnyB,
D.07 a in Jtllle Jtangc to Llllha stfoct,
not ou Sundays.
0.G7 a in Jittlo Itniigo to LHiha street,
not ou Knndiiys.
7JI7 a in WaiklUl to Liliha stiect,
not on Sundays.
8.U7 a m Walkikl to Llllha street,
not 011 HiudnyB.
8.C7 a m-tille Jtauge to Walkikl, Sun-
daj'8 only. 230 Ot
,iJi"'I'-Ci.l - r
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On "Wedncjulsty, April 'M,
,VT 1,0 O'tU.Ot'U A. 35..
At tlii- le.ihh'iiiu of Mr. W. V. t'limp
tirll, No 7U IiPfiMiinln ftlii'd, opposite
ihe Itawaliun Hotel. I wilt nell ut
Tho Entire Housoh'tl Furnituro
Hnw Coito &
Luce ('in lain- i: Poles,
1 Haudsomo Wicker Parlor Sot
With Plush Uusdihms;
1 Hovelled PlnioQlns Mirror,
P.dnilngs & Pictures,
Decorated Hanging Lumps,
Massive black W. Canter Table,
D. W. Miubli'top Table,
1 B.W. Colored Marblelop Bedroom Sot,
MuttrasM'S A; Pilhius
Uluek Walnut Chullonlcre,
1 1). W. Marblelop bedroom Hit,
Extension J)lnlns Table,
B. W. Marblelop Sideboard,
Cooli Stow A: U'etitils,
Garden Hose. Tools.
Canary Bird and Cages,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
22'i (Jl Auctioneer.
Closing Out Sale
Uy order o' Vr. RNx V.cliar , I will sell
ut 1'uliHo Auction, hi his s'ore,
On Thuroday, April 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
His Entire Slook ot (Jnuils, comrriting a
Fine AsMirment of
Cluster DIAMOND Ri !
Diamond Ibeiist, I'in?,
Pcail Setting, tiold flings,
Uohl Iirooclici & Uriiuelels,
A Large Assoitment of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
llroorhcs, Eurbigs& Sleeve lhittons,
Silver Plated Ware,
Tua nn 1 Codec Si-ts,
'1'oilel Srt-, etc. Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Lirgt: hot ot Wood "raiiiu Clocks,
Show Cii'-cs, Sli lvniji !c Fixtures,
One Large Iron Safe !
Etc., Etc , Ktc., Etc.
tgyiU'ii-oniLer lluii all (jooilsiimst be
poltl ie.utllus of cost. Spb mlid cbftiice
,)AS. h 310J2GAN,
22."i til Auctioneer.
By order or Mr. Oliu. IT. Judd.-I will
sell at 1'ubl c Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT 1!4 O'CLOCK xoov.
Hereford Bull !
Imported from New Zealand and regis
teieil. TJiKSIS CAM II,
228 11 A'.ictiontcr.
NCTIGE0F SALE !
BY virtue of a power of Rido ronttiincd
inaceitaia inortgugu deed giveu
by J. D. I'l.nonni to Utulimi, of North
Kiihahi, Hawaii, dated October 10, 16S7,
and icuorded in Liber 110, page 125, and
In pursuuiiiiu of notlcu of intention to
foreclouo licrutoforo puliliBhed, thoru
win ou uiiiu ai i-iiuilo Auettnu, tiy .las.
I1'. Morgan, Auciioncer, at his Sales,
lojin, Queen sltoet, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 2.)lh,
AT V O'CI.OCIt SOO.V.
All and Singular tlie Premises,
Convoyod by ftiid inoilgnge deed
1st All Iho-o Premises situated nt
Laliuilki, Kukuipahu, Knlinlu, Hawaii,
and innro imiticuluily ddscilhcd in L.
0. A. 881)1, to ICiikidohl, containlni; an
men of U anrcsj and lonvt-vid to Fiiid
.1. D. Pononui by deed of said Kukaloho
icooidud iu Liber 8."), paijo 75.
Jinrt All thofco I'remisc dooilbcd
int. 0. A. S"J2, to Koapiiinoliu, con.
iHinlnsi au area of hi ;.10 uores, toiruilicr
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed loaahl ,f, f), Ponouui by
iletid of Ki-oahu el al, hells of said
grantee, rtcotdud iu Liber 32, pago 172.
And all thu rluhls and privileges to. tho
W. C. A0111, attorney for niortimuce.
Jloi.olulu, April 12, It-tsy, b b
TAS. F. MOJtGrAN.
828 8tcod Auctioneer.
-OKFKR AT 11KD
California Hay, Oats, Uran,
JJarley, Kolled Daiioy,
middling O round Barley,
' Wheal and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 17f.
Tiie Finest Assonment
Ladies', Misses' it Children's Untriiniued Hats,
U1M X UUUJ J.UIJIJUUMI
-WILL JJE- 13XIIIMTED-
This Tuesday, Wednesday and tho llcsl of This? Weclc4
Wo have imported the finest class of Millinery, regaulless Ihe cost
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. Tho ladies aie
eotdially invited to inspect our goods.
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts
B. I. EB
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFEEING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in ABI
Just Rooeived a
R. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
Screi-ns Combined Bevel Squ'irc, Stun,
ibuil, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Bioyclcs, Tricycles, Velocipede i, vie.
Olliee, comer of Iictliel ami KingM-,
OUDEltS for the Odorles Kxcavnlor
will receive prompt nit t-t inn it
leluplioncil to No. 2 JO .Mutual lele
phonc. .(', lw
AH I intend to close mil mv 1 iishu-ss
on April Siiin, 1 tjive notice, that
all watches and juwi lry, left over tluio
nio-iths for repairs, will lie ioid at auc
tlon, if not claimed on that il it,.. All
outhtandiuK accouots not paid on April
SOth, will be placed in tho hands of a
220 td MAX KCKA11T.
KEAL ESTATE FOil SALE.
VAI.Uvr.LB Lot ut the
cmiu-i oT h'nii and
ml stie.-ts, nvor , ..f an
acre with one Cottiigi-. pnl
2Utf J, .M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE, wiih a large and
ffl -Ci. 2fiii.ill ioi ms with kit.
Hi3 I'lam and hiiihinum nilaelKd,
Alnkua slraui. rpiio-ite Dr. Sic
Apply to John Coo!:, on we-
inlses, or at this olili'p
llOOBIS TO LET
JFPm fOFOWVMiLY Piunhli.
tftowSH -d Kcionis. Iioiud if re.
toaisiia quiied. Apply at "Uhiunbei-
lain Home," IJinir tlreel, opposlto Ka-
waiahiio Scniinmy. 184 tf
Furjiislictl Itooius To Let
Sri, rfLEM, pleasant Itonini to
letat thu McGrow llniibe.
recently ucciii ied by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl Direct, opposite the North
Pacific Institute. 22H lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
-I NJ.W CulunUir Car.
X riairc lust finished
and haiuLomcly n iniiucd
iu Jli'bt class stylo must bu imnivdialcly
sold to i;1om! an assignment, can be ccuu
ut W. II. Pagii's curlago manufuctmy,
No. 128 Fori sheet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY".
By ouler of J. Y K'alun, Adminis.
trator of the Kstnio of J. L Kapakiilii,
ot'Luhaina, Maui, decease!. I mil sul
at Puhllo Auction, at tho Government
Pound, Wailukii, Maui,
On Thursday, April 25,
at n o'qi.oorc a. sr
The following nnlnnds;
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses,
1 ".Tame JMflTLTX-iEl !
m T. AV. EVERETT,
Wftllukii, Maui, April 8, 18St, 210 td
rt MM4' tti
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
of Stylisli lillinery
IS. J. FISHE5 .
Fiehh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
DUltING impioM niunts tlio European
Ki-'iiiiiMil will be closed until
lurthir no: ic.
3 'w J. P. BOWJSN & CO.
ALL put lies who ure indebted to the
linn i.t Egnii ii Co, 75 and 77
Foil hi i eel, ae teqiiested to make an
iunnidbite sellk'nieut. Legal actions
will In; tiihen ou all accounts which re
main uii'iuid May 1, ISSti. 223 td
IS hcieby given that the partnership
heietoforc exUting hetween Cluing
Tin Kwai and Qwong YiekLung, under
the linn lianiu of Qwong Ylck Lung Co.
doing business at Kuhului, Maui, has
been dissolved. Tho business will
henceforth bo cairied on by Qwong
YIek Lung, who will collect all the
debts ami pay all tho liabilities of tho
late llrm. 230 2w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a mi'cling of the Elele Publishing
Co held in Honolulu, April 10,
1P89, ihe following officers were elected:
T. 11 Lucas Pnsidcul,
Hon. J S. Wiillu'i Treasurer,
11.0. Cra hbo Secretary,
D. WM'uti, )
T- lieu, t Directors.
II. Q. CKABBE,
Sccielary Elele Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, lifit). 221) lm
New Zealand Jams I
JUST rccclvid a consignment of New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
sale at low prices by
.1. E. BHOWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
San FitAMCibco, Cau,
Fubiuary 10, 18t0.
WK hernwllh ccitlfy thut Messis.
Dodd & Miller arc our duly an.
tlioiizi'diiiid only ngcnis for tho Ha.
waiiun Islands for tho sain of our Lager
Beer in keg,
JOHN WIEIiAND BKEWING CO.,
100 tf John JI. Wioland Bros.
Kemovul of Barber Sliop.
MP. .TAnDIM has removed Ida
shop Jiom KiiiL' stieet loMcCar
lliy's Blllluid i'arlors, Fcut street, whore
ho Is pieparod to suivo with the best
euro uml neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind pulrouago of all.
Ait. BOW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
. olllou and phaimiicy at Ilawulhm
Hotel Stablis, cm nor Hotel and Richard
Mi eel". Soienillic tieaimrnt in nil dis.
eases of ilonu si in animals Orders tor
plantation and lanch slock promptly
ultomJi'd to. Mutual Teh phone !)54,
P. O. Box :i2(i. mh.lS.8'J
LEES & CO.
Clul) House Dining Room
Having seemed the sirvlr.es of a
I'iiHt JInHM Cook
And mode muny other changes in tho
management wo aro now pre.
pared to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu;
.A-VmiMm, i :&$ .J..!
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