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.PAILY, BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., APKJL 24, 1889.
A VK I f
In Re Papaikou Sugar Co,
I)ErAivr.MKJT ov tut. Ixtkmou,)
Honolulu, April 22, 1889.
AVheieus tho "Papaikoti Sugar Com
pany luis, pursuant to the laws in
such case made and piovided, duly
Hied Trith the undersigned u Petition
for the dissolution f she said Corpor
ation, together v.ith n. certificate
thereto annexed ns required by law;
Notice is hereby piven to tiny unil
all persons who mive been or are
now interested in any manner what
soever in the snid Corporation, Unit
objection. to the j;r.i uting of thu said
Petition mut be r.Ud in the oillco of
the undeisigned on or before the 25th
duy of June, 1SSS), mid that any per
ton or persons iK'iii in,; to be heard
thereon must be in attendance at the
otlice of the uiider-igtied in Aliioluni
Hale, Hntiolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
of that duy, and i-how cause why
said Petition should not be granted.
J.ORKIN A. THURSTON,
Minister ol the Interior.
'JT i I t-.
flail u fjuildnt
Plrdnl to nutlitr Sect nur Patty,
fJia 'tthliiCii lor the bfnrfit of all.
WEDNES1'. APRIL 21, 188'J.
A FEASIBLE IDEA.
It has been suggested that the
Yosemitc Skating Kink might be
profitably converted into a bath
house. The suggestor's idea is to
have one largo bathing pool in the
centre of tiie hall, surrounded by a
platform and dresinr rooms. He
thinks that the patronage would be
suliicient to make such an institution
a paying one. It is a fact, that in
this tropical city that is in the
city' proper there is no place where
any one can. on payment, of a small
fee, secure the luxury of a bath ;
and there is no city where such an
institution is mote needed. A place
of this kind near the city center,
where people could go and cool off
for a few niinutco during the heat of
the day would, no doubt, meet with
exUnioive tavor; and the skating
rink could at comparatively small
cost be made to fill the bill.
ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
His Excellency W. L. Green,
Minister of Finance, has published
in thu "P. C. Advertiser" a finan
cial statement, -iin'iug the receipts
and cxpenduuiiv ii the Government
for the yeai i-i.uiu', April 1, 188D.
The total amount, of receipts is
S1,8C4,13D..13, of which 109,403.00
were the balance in the treasury at
the beuinnins of the year, S39S,-
025.98 are from the Postal Savings
Bank, and $154,500 from Loan Fund.
Deducting the total of these three
items from the total of receipts
- leaves '81,322,147.83 as the revenue
from customs duties, direct taxation,
fines and penalties, etc., etc. The
Minister's statement particularizes
the various sources of revenue and
the amounts derived from each.
?- Customs duties amount to S43S,-
240.80, and direct taxes to $421,
393.90. The expenditures for the year
amount to 1,4 70, 374. 27. The Min
ister's statement enters into minutia
4 in me 9peciHcauon oi me oujecis oi
.expenditure. The balance in the
Treasury is 8387,503,1(5, Que spe
cial featuie in the statement, of in
terest to the public, te the showing
in parallel lines of the amounts ap
propriated by the Legislature, the
amounts expended, and the unex
A QUESTION THAT" CLAIMS AT'
Ennon Huliaviisi You have
done the right thing in bringing to
public notice the doings of the Mor
mon preachers iu enticing native
ihtnuiirfiia away fiom their country.
Thee gentljcmC'iihavo hitbarlo pro
3ecutd thulr work unopposed, and
ilioir biiccess is manifested by two
or tliiee luib oi natives recently tak
ing whip for America. Something
should he doi io check those gen
tlemen in their iterations. As you
say, if the naiivia wish to go they
are atlibeity In do eo-; hut cannot
tho.-e who entile ! hem away be made
j-efcponsihle for tlieir proper support
while in a loreign land, and ho com
pelled Jo pay their May hack if they
wish to return? 1 think this is a
.question which claims attention tin
tier the circurostaucess.
A telephone, message at 1 o'clock
this afternoon states that it is rain
ing hard at Mikilua and lias been
since Tuesdaj morning ; at Wnlanae
it is raining hard, while at AVninltiii
it is only drizzling. No rain te re
ported horn Kaneohe and Kmilau.
H. B. M.S. CORMORANT.
II. 15. M. S. Cormorant arrived
fiom Hawaii thia morning, after an
absence of seven days. ith Major
.1.11. Wodehouse, 11. P.. M.'a Com-
niisslonei on hoiml, Mie left hero on
the morning of April 1 7th and went
direct to Laliaina. Stayed there two
days and piocceiled to Mahukoiin.
On Easter Suinhn fifty of the men
with olllccis weie taken to Ko
hala on the train, where they
attended service at the English
church in that district, which
is in chaige of Hcv. .1. al. .Silver.
thegr7m. CON. liASE.
The case of 15. 11. Kahaiianui vs.
V. V. Ashfoid. criminal conversa
tion, was brought to a close at ten
minutes past twelve o'clock this
morning when the mixed jury
brought in a unanimous verdict for
plaintiff for S200 damages. All
the eudeneo was in by 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, and five minutes
later Mr. Cieighton addi eased the
jury in English, followed at .':o2 by
Mr". Kaulukou in Hawaiian, for the
defendant. A recess was taken
from G to 7:o0 o'clock. Mr. Rosa
for the plaintiff, commenced his ad
dress to the jury at the latter hour,
concluding at 10 ;lf. He bpoke first
in Hawaiian, then in English. Quite
a large number of people were in
Court during the evening to hear
the closing arguments in the case,
which has occupied over eight days
VERDICT ON TSIE DEATH OF E.
A coroner's jury was empaneled
on February 12, 1889, to enquire
into the cause of the death of Eu
gene Zoetl. who died on that day at
the Queen's Hospital. The j n ry
nict and took the evidence of Mr.
G. II. Tweedic, Professor M. G. Do
Freitas, Mr. G. Williams, and Mr. A.
W. WinlersU'in ; and then adjourn
ed to await the testimony of Mr. II.
J. Noltc, an important witness, who
wa then a patient iu a precarious
condition in the Queen's Hospital.
Mr. Nolle having recovered, and be
ing in a condition to appear and give
testimony, the jury came together
yesterday, in the Deputy Marshal's
'office, heard Mr. Nolte's evidence,
and found a verdict, as follows:
That Eugene Zoetl came to his death
through burning, the burning hav
ing been caused by the explosion of
escaped gasoline, at the Beaver Sa
loon, on Feb. 11, 18SSU. The jury
were, moreover, of the opinion that
the cause which led to the explosion
wa3 a lack of due care in the hand
ling of so dangerous an explosive.
The jury consisted of E. II. F.
Wolters, A. Brown, S. Lesser. G.
E. Howe, and Walter Hill.
THE AMERICA'S CUP.
General Paino, the well-known
vatehbinan. was on March 2!)lh
shown a ealileil interview with Lord
Dunravcn, in which he announced
that the new Scotch yacht, Yalkyiie,
will compete for the America's cup
this year, and was asked if the New
York Yacht Club nould put the Vol
unteer against the Valkyrie, provid
ed the Volunteer appeared to he its
fastest yacht. He said he would not
men tint Viilnntflfir. evun if the com
mittee so decided. lie will not put I
the Volunteer iu commission, and
will not build a seventy-footer to
compete with the Valkyiie. At pre
sent the only yachts capable of de
fending the cup arc the Tilania,
Shamrock, Katiina and Itedouin,
and the sloops Puritan and May
flower. Captain Uuie.-s, the de
signer and builder was a'so seen.
He says: "We should put our fast
est boat against the Valkyrie, and
that, at present, meaus the Volun
teer, though she could not be en
tered iu General Paine's name, as
ho has said he would not put her in
commission this year."
THE DIVER'S TELEPHONE.
A form of telephone has been
made for use under a diver's helmet.
The transmitter, to which the diver
speaks when he responds to a mes
RUe, is detached from the head
piece, or can bo lilted into a lecess
in tho helmet near his mouth. Two
receive! s are fitted juto the sides of
tho headpiece at the djver's ears,
thus enabling him to her ihat ;s
spoken to liim without using his
hands in the process. The airange
ineiit Jeaiei him flee to work or de
fend himself while under water.
A sehoolbo3''s composition
44 1 ho iMbtor i an as follows:
44The editor is one of the happiest
beggars in the noihl. lie can go to
tho circus in tho afternoon and eve
ning without paying a farthing; also
to inquests and hangings. He has
free tickets to the theatres, gets
wedding enltft sent to hinsouietiines
gets licked, but not often, for he
can apologize in the next issue,
which he generally does. While
other folks have to go to bed early,
the editor can sit up lato overy
night, and see ?lj that is going on.
When 1 am a inaii I ineuu to be an
editor, so that I may stay out into
at night. Then that will bo jolly."
MR. DILLINGHAM AMD THE OAHU
R. R. GO.
Mr. 11. F. Dillingham came to
Honolulu in 1803 as mate of a
dipper ship. Soon after he married
the daughter of Rev. Lowell Smith
and began his business life hero as
a elcik for Dhnond & Co., hardware
merchants. In 1870 he bought out
that firm and in company with Mr
('. A. Castle, went into business for
himself, the firm name being Dilling
ham & Co., at the old stand on Foit
stieel. The business prospered and
iu 1S7R they removed to the present
site of the Pacific Hardware Co. on
the same street. After the death of
Mr. Castle which occurred in 1874,
the business was continued by Mr.
Dillingham and in 1883, the present
1 II. Co. wiii organized with Mr.
D. at its head and the old firm be
came ab-orhed in the new. The
suecoss of the present company has
been even more marked than that of
the old, and that success has been
owing hugely to the energy, per
severance and integrity of its
founder and leader. Just these
qualities that have made Mr. Dilling
ham a success in the past were need
ed to organize and equip and lead to
a successful issue, this new enter
prise whose objects and aims are in
dicated by the name of the com
pany, viz. : The Oahu Railroad and
Land Co. Mr. 1). has long been u
firm believer iu thu great benefits to
be derived fiom a judicious and in
telligent colonization of the now un
used large fertile areas of this
Island and the Railroad which has
been already contracted for as far
as Pearl Harbor and which is al
ready iu process of construction will
be a' means to that end. Some of
the finest business men not only of
the islands, but also fr ni abroad
having been over the ground and
made themselves thoroughly ac
quainted with the lesouices of the
country through which the road is to
pass ,have the utmost confidence in
the success of the .scheme and have
given this unqualified endorsement
ao to the complete success of the
understanding. The load will be
built and thoroughly equipped
and when the benefits ac
cruing therefrom have become ap
parent, then the timid capitalists
and conservative financiers, who are.
now simply looking on' and waiting
and watching will come to the front
and be ready wiili the old worn out
"I told you so," and "1 always be
lieved in the eniei pi ise, etc.;" but
moh little self-iougiatiilalory fic
tions deceive m one and the impar
tial historian t the future will
accord "honor to whom honor is
due." C. W. Sur.itMAN.
Honolulu, April, 1889.
It may sound somewhat contra
dietory, but the first thing in a boot
is the last. Detroit Free Press.
Life i? slioit only four letters in
it. Three-quaiters ot it 'lie 'and
half of it an 'if.' llural Home.
It costs 520,000,000 to govern
London, with a population of -1,300,-000,
and it costs 5:18,000,000 to gov
ern New York with a population of
1,500,000. N. Y. 1'iess.
Caniiel coal in large quantities has
been discoveied iu AlniLu, the min
eral products of which territory
seem to be far in access of the most
March 5, JS9G, the millennium
will dawn on the earth, is the calcu
lation of licv. Michael Baxter of
London. This prediction K not,
however, accompanied by vouchois.
HOW PILLS ARE MADE,
npIIE custom nf taking medicine
JL in the ioriu ot pills dates far
back in history. The object ib to
enable us to swallow tasily in a con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, but very useful, dings. To
what asfc dimensions pill-taking
has gioun may be imagined when
we say that in Kiiulnnd alone about
'i.OOO'.OOO.OOO (two thousand mil
lion) pills aiu consumed every year.
Ill eaily days pills were made slowly
by hand, as the demand was com
paratively small. To-day they are
produced with infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with
gi eater accuracy, too, iu the pro
portions of the various ingredients
No form ol medication can be
better than a pill, piovided only it
is intelligently piepnu'd. Hut light
here occurs the dniii-iiliy. Kasy as
it may seem to make ' u pill, or a
million of them, theiearo lenllv very
few pills that can be honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
then either undi'isliont or oveishoot
tho mark. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, safe, and reliable
pill should be. Now, when one feels
dull and sleepy, and has more or
less pain in the head, sides, and
back, he may be sure his bowels nie
constipated, and his liver sluggish.
To remedy this unhappy state of
things there in' nothing lije a good
cnlhartio pill. It will act Jlko a
charm by stimulating the livor into
doing its duty, and ridding the
digestive organs of the accumulated
IJut the good pill does not gripe
and pain us, neither does it make us
sick and misciablo for n few hours
or a whole day, It acts on the
entire glandular system at the same
tunc, else tho iiller-cffecls of the
pill will by worse than the disease
itself. The giiping caused by most
pills is the icsult of irritating drugs
which thoy contain, Such pills arc
harmful, and should never lie used.
They sometimes even produce
hemorrhoids. Without having any
particular desire to piaiso one pill
above another, wo may, neverthe
less, immo Mother Selgel's Pills,
manufactured by thu well-known
house of A. J. While, Limited, 33,
Farringdon Road, London, and now
sold by alt chemists and medicine
vendors, as the only ono we know
of that actually possesses every
desirable quality. They remove the
pressure upon the brain, correct the
liver, and cause- the bowels to act
with ease and regularity. They
never gripe or produce the slightest
sickness of the stomach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or synip
loin. Neither do they induce fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
pills do. As a fuither and crown
ing merit, Mother Seigel's Pills arc
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coating, which causes them to
resemble pearls, thus rendering
tliem as pleasant, to the palate as
they are effective in curing disease.
If you have a severe cold and are
threatened with a fever, with pains
in the head, back, and limbs, onu
or two doses will break up the cold
and proveiit the fever. A coated
tongue, with a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by foul matter in
the stomach. A dose of Seigel's
Pills will effect a speedy cure.
Often-timcs partially decayed food
in the stomach and bowels produces
sickness, nausea, &c. Cleanse the
bowels with a dose of these pills,
and uood health will follow.
Unliko many kinds of pills, they
do not make you feel worse before
you are better. They are, without
doubt, the best family physio ever
discovered. They remove all ob
structions to the natural functions
in either sex without any unpleasant
effects. Jan. 13-88-1
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular Gash Sale !
On 'I'UUKSDAY, April 2ff,
at io oji.ru. .i. :n..
At my Si'c-ino
Quit 11 ftiei-
enrne: ol Foit and
. I uill sell ai
Dry Goods I Clothing !
CrocU'-ty & Gliissw ue,
iacl- i lime It.uloy & Corn,
lliiulwiie, Urneenc. CI-("-is Tea, etc,
Household Furniture !
Anil at 12 o'clock iinnu, for nccot.nl
ot ulmm it in. j' coDCiru,
25 cs. German Beer,
15 os. Flensburg Beer, in qts & pis.
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
On Thursday, April 25,
AT I!i rOJUHl!C R(iX.
I will sell at Public Aiiclion, m my
tfnk's-rooni-, cm tier nf Felt iu.il Qucui
s-trect-, for account of w Mom it m.iy
Marked E II;
1 'mu ctn I :t i n ' 11 ir 10 doen
Underbill t Xo 2020.
Undershiiu -Jo. 10!.
Dituacci' by fralt "'iter on voyajre of
importation, ex Ui tin in limine "(!. N.
Wilcox." 'loin Bri'iiun to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
'J31 2t Auctioneer.
On Thursday, Apri! 25,
at m o'ci.orx soos,
I will hell at I'lili'lc Auction, at my
'nle-uooijis, coiner of F n and Queen
f i reels, lor neeoiuit of whom it may
No. !il Of! enses Mnigntix Jlnlescnt, qts.
:i discs Mnruniix .Mnlcscot, pts.
No. 22 H2 cnse l'ieliou Longiiuvllh',u.t&
7 cases PIclinu Lonucvillc,pls
No. 23 10 cases Ityc Whbkoy.
Diiningeil by suit water on voyage of
impel Luion, e. Giriniiu Imiquu "G. N.
Wilcox,'1 lrom lJreir.cn to Honolulu,
Torms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Underwriter's Sale !
On Thursday, Aprii 25,
AT la O'CLOCK. SOOS,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salem oki", comer of Fort and Queen
streets, (or account of whom it may
Marked II, in dlanionilj,B:
No. 2(1871 bile containing GOO Burlap
No. 27701 Imlo containing 15 pieces
Linen Drill 1013 yards.
No, 278111 bale containing ll0 docu
While Coltou Uwleruhirlfe
No. 278-11 b(ilu coniahdug 100 docu
White Ooitou Umlcishirtt
Damaged by salt water on vovagonf
bnporiiiiioii, u (iciiniui b-uquu '"O". N.
Wileo.," lrom Hieiacn to Honolulu,
Terms Cash in U. S, Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
I 230 3t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Closing Out Sale
Dy order of Mr. Mix Keliar', t will sell
at Public Auction, 'it hi store,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
His Entire f took of Good", roinprl-ing a
Fine -(irimi'tit of
Dliunnnil H'e.ist Plus.
IVjiI Sii tlinjr, C3oht ltinps,
Gold lirooche- & llnict Icis,
A Large- Assoitnient of
COLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Urooclies, Earing & Sleeve Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware,
To i ml Cofl'd- SlN,
Toilet Si't-, etc. Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Large Lot ol Wo id I'r.inio Clock,
Show Ca-ies, Shelling iV. Pi.Muies,
One Large Bron 8afe I
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
BsSrHi'ir.cinlicr that all Goods must bo
sold rcsj-inlle- of cmt. Splendid chance
JAS. r. IUGKGAIs
Uy order oi Mr. Clms. II Jmlil, I will
-cll at Public Auction, at my
y.ile-iioom. (ueon mi cut,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT 1 O'ClOCII XOOX,
S 1 S S f
Imported from Nen Xo.iltiiul and regis
tcied. TRR31N CASH.
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
223 til Auctioneer.
FiCE OF S
BY virtue of a pnwei of hnlocontuinid
hi a certain iniutiMp.' deed civen
by J. i. l'i noniii to Kenluii, of I-i orlli
Ivolndu, It.iuiiii. dated October 10. 18S7,
and leconlcrl in biliei HO, page 125, ami
in puiMiatifii '!' 1101101" ot intention to
foreclose horitofoic published, there
will be st Id t Public Auetio'i, by .las.
F. Mii-jr-in, Auctioneer, at his Sides
loom, Queen stici t, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 29th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOS,
All and Singular the Premises,
Conveyed l.y snid mortgage deed
Jwt All iliosij 1'icmises shunted nt
Lalniiil.i Kiikuipnliu, Kohaln, Hawaii,
and luort! i-.irt iculnrly dosuiibed in L.
O. A. 8801, io Kukalohi, contuininu an
are.i of 0 ncie: and ennvewd to a'd
J. I). I'ononiii by deed of snid Kukalohe
lecoided in btbur 8."), pige -175.
JJnil All ihoe Premises described
in I.. U. A. 8"!)2, KoapiimoHu, con.
ti'.inini; an aiea ot 1(5 15-10 nines, toaetlier
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed to mid J. I). Pononui by
deed of Keo.iliu ct al, heirs of rind
grantee, rrcorded In Liber .i2, page 172.
And all the debts and privileges to tho
W. O. Acnr, att'iinev for nipitgagec,
HoLolulu, April 12, 8').
232 81 cod
llawiiiino Tramways Co,,
Correction to Time Table,
(1.00 a m Llllhu street to lilllu Kniigo,
not on KiMihiiK.
0.30 a in Lililia street to Valkiki,
7.:io a m Llllbii Hticet to Walklki,
not on Sundays.
8,150 a in Lililia street to Ullle JJange,
not on Sundays.
5. 27 a in Jtllli) Itange to Llllha street,
'not on Sundays,.
I5.r7 a in Ullle Itange to Llllha street,
not on SundnyH.
0.fi7 a in Rlllu Ratine to LUIhn street,
not on Sundays.
77am Walkllii to Llllha street,
nut on Sundays,
8.U7 a in Walklkl to Llllha stieet,
not on i-uudays.
8.D7 a in Itlllo llangc to Walklkl, Sun
days only. 230 Ct
Ilmfordm Bull !
-OFFEU AT 15E1)
California Hay, Onis, Hran,
Barley, KoJloil Barley, .
Middling Ground Barley,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
The Finest Assortment
ies3 Trimmed H
Ladies', Jlistet.' & Children's Untriinmed lint?,
Mm French Flowers, Foicy Itas, Ornits, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Itest of This Week.
We have imported the finest class of Millinciy, regardless thu eost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies? The ladies are
eordially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FISME.,
The Leading Jlillinery House, cor. Foit & Hotel sts.
O 17! IjI
ki-r j! jk
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND A HE OITLllING
All Goods at &reatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in ASS
Just Received a
It. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
AKo ole agent for tho Majjic "Window
Screens Combined JJevel S-qimrc, Stun,
(bird, Goodrich etc., Scwini; Machines,
Bicjclcs, Tricycles. Velocipede. te.
Oflic, corner ot Helhel arid Kinirst.,
upstair:. Apr-1 781.lv
ORDERS for Hie Odorless Excavator
will u reive prompt attention it
leleihonid 'o No. 22C Mutual Tele,
phone. L2'i lw
AS I intend to close out u business
on April 2.'ith, I trive. notice lhat
all iiiche and jewelry, left ovei liirco
months fur repairs, will bo sold at aue
tion, if not claimed n that d tie. All
outstanding accounts not paid on April
30th, will be placed in tho hamli ot a
220 Id M.X KCKAHT.
REAL ESTATE FOK SALE.
J?vJh. A VALUADLE Lot at the
fiyy.-vMi corner of Fori mid
BI22SSSS t-chotl hiici, ovir fjf .f un
acre with one Collage. Aptl to
2Mtf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE, wiih 3 large and
ctffty siiimii limilis wim Kll-
&hi6i&tei chen and bitlhrcom attaclied,
on Aliikea sinui, cppoiite Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Arplj to .lolin Cook, on i.ic
inUcs. or at this ollli e. 210 tf
ItOOMS TO LET
m,rv (TtOMFOI'.TAnLY Furnish.
jr3 J ed Rooms. Hoard if re.
liuSkiu quiied. Apply at "Uliamber-
Iain Hoii'-e," King street, opposite Ka.
ivaiahno t'cminiiii J81 tf
Furnished liooius To Let
r a "iLft'iN phnsnnt Rooms to
yS?wIwl V let at thu McGrew House,
Ei&iaSi receutly occiq led by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl hired, opposito the North
Pacific Institute. , S'.'Ji lm
Carriage For Sale Cheai.
1 NEW Cutunder Oai.
(M$$(& i riago just (biblied
wT'iSv'' ami luindsonioly ti inimcd
iu llrat class i-tyln must he linincdbitely
sold to cln.-u an assignment, can be seen
at V. II. PageV carriage uiiinufaetuiy.
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN HUSINKSS AGENCY.
By order of .1. W. KhIiiu, Adininis
trator of the Esli'e of J. L Kapakabl,
of Lahalun, Maul, deceased, I will sell
at Puhlio Auction, nt the Government
Pound, Wniluku, Maui,
On Thursday, Apri! 25,
AT II O'CMlUK A. 31.,
The following anim lid:
4 IMPORTED BRED HORSES,
8 Hawaiian Bred Horses.
1 Tame rM.XJ.fi--EJ !
T. W. EVE11ETT,
Wailuku, Maul, April 8, 1890, 210 td
Cor. Edinburgh & Queon StB.
of Stylisli Iillinery
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
DURING inipniii meats the European
R(h'niii.iiii wi.i be eloped unlil
liKlher i O'icf
oiji , ,v
J. P. BOAVEN & CO.
ALLp'inieswho are indebted to the
flim l Esii & Co, 15 and 77
Foit siren, me itquested to make an
imnudiHits selilennut. Legal actions
will be tnki n on all accounts which re
mnin unpaid .May 1, lt-8f'. 223 td
IS heieby given that the partnership
heietofoic exi-tinpr between Chung
Tin Kwai and Qwong YickLung, under
the firm name of Qw ong Yick Lung Co.
doing business at Kahului, Maui, has
been dissolved. The business will
hcnccfoith be carried on by Qwong
Yick Lung, who will collect all the
debts and pay
ill the liabilities of tiie
ELECTION flf OFFICERS.
A T a meet log ot the Elclu Publishing
Jr. On held in Honolulu, April 10,
1880, the following oilier, were elected:
T. R Lnc;,-
Hun. .I.S Wnlkei...
H. . ("mlilie
D. V. Pun, )
T. lieu, )
. . Directors.
x II. G. GRAB BE,
S(cretnry Elele Puli. Co.
Honolulu, April. 10, 1869. 229 lm
New Zealand-Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand .lams, nsoited cases. For
sale at low pi ices by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 2S iMcrchaut street.
Saij Fi!.:;eieco, Cax.., 1
Febiunry 10. 18B0. J
WR herewith certify that Messrs.
ttndd & Miller uie our duly au.
thomed and only ageius for the Ha.
wniiati Islnnds for the sidy of our Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf .lolm H. Wleland Bros.
Keinovjil oi' Barber Shop.
MP. .TARDIM lias removed his
- shop tiom Kbit' street to McCar.
tby's Billiard Parlors, Fort ftreet, where
bo is picpnrrd to servo wiih the best
care and neatness iho avocation of his
art. Solicits iho kind patronage of all.
mil 23-89 ly
Alt. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
. ollicit and ph-iiniHcv at Hawaiian
Ilolel hiables (oincr Hotel and Richard
hiicein. riciemlllc tieiilinint in all (lis.
eie-esor domi'Rtie animiils Orders for
pliuitaibiii and innoh slook promptly
attemhd to. Mutual Teliphoue !W4,
P. O. Box 32H. ' , mb.18 80
:?q ft- nn
.id b jJ.
Club House Dining Hoop
Lincoln Bloc'((! l)'nfl lfco,
Having secured tho services of a
First OIijhh Cook
And mudti many otlier changes In the
luiiuiigeiiiunt wcaie now pre.
pared to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,