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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. XM AHttL-SB, 186.
jlh the Supreme Court of the
uy virtue of the power vested in
,me by On- 842ct Keelum of the Civil
'Code, 1 hereby order n Spechu Term
of the Supreme Court to be hvld in
the Court Boom of Aliiokni Hale, iu
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, the
12th dny'of June, 1S89, at 10 o'clock
'A. M., for the trial of ciil cares by
foreign jury fiom the April Term,
.1883, iitidnono whir.
A'!" f '
r , f
itin'-'H my hand ami
ion 1 of the Supreme
Coiut at, Honolulu, this
iutli il' of Apiil, 1889.
A. F. JUDD,
K-tChief Justice of the Supremo Court.
Atte.-t: inwuv SMtni, Clerk.
, 2S:i dt
In Re Papaikou Sugar Co,
fr ,Dki.vi.imk:t or nib Ixtekiok,)
,' li. :ir. 11 i A ! '". N.S'l (
Whena- the IV) inkou Sugni Com-
-pan ).. , 'tiitii..iii in iIm Iav in
Midi r: m liixii' i n t piovid.d, (lllly
filj.i with the i.iiiii .tinned ,. JVtition
&, lot the dii-nlimuii ol the sahl Corpor
ation. tf. hi i uuh a ei'i tilieate
thcio:. niit'i m''I it I'-tpnud bylaw;
Now 'i liet' lure,
i iniil' ...wnin miv :ind
s,. nil J i'Is-i if who
inn.' nc n or .ire
iiij niiiiiiier vvhat-
i'i t jmi.ilion, that
it- now inti'ii'Pitil in
t-onvtr hi ihc
-i f,lo.lfl tl . 1. . 1 I ill . ! I 1 IX. .if . lit. N. till
.' .. .... ......
t J'eiui n iii'w oe iiimi in tin' omce oi
the uiidt-i-igin .1 o'i i hi it to iho25th
day oi .lone, 1SSI), and ili.it any per-
j.'1'Oiim portoni de.-irin to b- luaril
ihcii'oii nitit he in Httettn.ir.ee tit the
'oflifrs ot the undersigned in Aliiol.ini
'y' Unit', lion, lulu, at 21 o'clock a. m.
'.ul th.it iav, .uid i-how euuo why
nid Petitn n -Inm'u nut ho granted.
LORKIX A. IIIUIISTON,
'Viitiis-ttr .f the Interior.
U? IT li,
'edftd to neili'ir beet or Paitv.
Els ' - -. .
M Hut utablnttii i.r the iturfit of all.
Ot t .. -.
THURNDAi. APRIL ;, Io8i).
TWO STREETS IN HEED.
. Aiimna the multifarious mutters
L 'ihut picss for nttenlioii fiom the
regularly tonstituted uttthorilies,
t(, may be mentioned I tie needs of Vic
f,t , tori j hlrcet and Young htreot. The
f lower eml ol Ytcioiiabireei, between
I - Bcrclania aim I. 'tiri-tn, is ur
f gently in in .'it oi n-pan-.. A nuin
1 her of lunn.' :. -loin exist in that
l 4 IT 1
i part of the street which do not ap
. pear to tbe eye at a glance, for tliey
' arc at present iillcd with !ust near
R, ,ly to the common level of the ttteet.
fcVBut ride or drive over that thornii"li
te". iare, and too vtill discover how un
S:tt!n it is. Of course, if heavy rains
$& name the dust would be converted
8k into mud, and mud puddles would
,f b substituted for dust boles. There
irj is very little choice between the two.
jWr A smiiil sutti of monev is enough to
i r .remedy the evil. Young stieet,
j, ' fastwnid fiom Tjioinns Square,
v never has been made. Jt is in a
C natural condition, so far as anything
u'iii the r.ay of making it into a road
t 'io,suit civili7t'cl ttqtfirenients is con
yf ueriu.'d. Indeed, eonfeiderabln daily
?t, ti.'iiiie has uiaik' it worfte than na
K turt' left it. If the urgeni.y of other
&.'woiks prechidu the macadamizing
of Young tjt!. t piesent, it can,
vaeverthrleif bo greatly improved
SJftiUu.ut performing timt operation.
L txowriiinjr'' with earth thrown up
P frim iin uidUf, niul then thoroughly
PV.wtStuyir and rolling it, would ho .
ftdt'f!dcd liuproveiociit upon its pie
P bent ton.liJion. Thifc ivouhi not cost
"'Miitich money, rorjuire ininy men,
jjfj nor occupy a lonit liuie Ayhow,
k r ith two (-tieul mentioned weed
" saimdhiiig to bo done, uul the atr
twitioo of the pioper authorities js
lb hereby utjitctlully called to tliein.
W: Aiehl.it-hop Whntely used to tell
F.tu story of a liavdlur who, finding
phfimst'lf and his do: in n wild cotiu
ffiLtty, and dctoliitu of piovisious, out
8 off hik dog's tab and' boiled it for
Wp bis own stippi i . giving the dog tho
W&k- The tldcr Dutiias was asked to
saivo BotiiHliliitf t v. tifil the ftiueial
BuxpiiiM.s of a bwilifl fw'ho lutd died
feiin tiovejjy. "How intiuli du joti
E'inant!'" 'lweiity frAncs, "What!
KOuly '20t to bury a bailiff? There,
BSjftherol Take 40 and bury two."
Editor Bcluvtis: In the mat
ter of the scat city of water; I am
mipplied from Nuiinnu, getting littlo
or no water tl rough iho day; hut
after the electric lights are htarted.
and while they remain lighted, I
have a full head of water. Can iii
explain the connection between the
electric light and tlic water .supply?
And is this suggestion of uny use?
Divide the town into G districts, and
let each district have two hours wa
ter a day in sueeeion, the water
being shut ofi absolutely from the
others from 0 in the morning to ( iu
the evening. Tin trouble would be
greatly iclieved if we welt- Mine of a
certain quantity of water, however
small, at u certain time.
OUR FUTURE AGRICULTURE.
Emioit Bum.rtis: From recent
rambles over several large tracks of
unimproved atable land in the Ha
waiian kingdom, 1 am led to tho
conclusion that the possible re
sources and undeveloped wealth of
the country is more than Do per
cent, of the whole area. The lands
suitable to the profitable gtowth of
sugar cane and rice, arc probably
alieady half ulili.ed ; but these
areas ate insignificant in comparison
to the vast territory over which
pieads, iu lu.vuiiatit growth, a wild
vegetation. The days of the sugar
king on thene islands are numbered,
o lar as his importance. Ins influ
ence, and his arrogance are con
cerned ; and the ejes of the people
aie being opened to the fact that
ttieie aie other interests, other
wealth, and other icsoureea that re
quire attention and that will find
profitable employment for twenty
persons where one finds emphn mont
now. It is titie that theie are
rocky and inaccessible regions on
all Hie Hatnlq of the group; but
lliete are, at the sinif time, millions
of a. les of (ir!l-t'lass lands for agri
eultiiial put poses at all elevations
and in mniiy climates on all the
islands. Many of tlie.sc lands aie
favoied by climatic conditions suit
able to the gionth of the most pio
fitablc kinds of tiopic.d, semi-tropical,
ami alpine agricultural and
hoiticultiiral productions; and
that thesB products will yet be
raised iu the Hawaiian Islands,
is only a question of lime
more or less dependent upon the de
cline, ot the piesent staple sugar.
I may say here that 1 have no aiu
moMiy to sugar-growers fdithertbau
that they ate, as a class, biltir and
at present, powerful opponents of
Hawaiian pi ogress iu other direc
tions; and 1 can never admit that
tbe prosperity of the islands de
pends wholly, or for the most part,
upon that class of speculators.
In the alpine legions of the larger
islands say trom 3,000 to S.000
feet above sea level sandal-wood
once grew abundantly, and could still
be propagated from the plants that
have been left by the destro3-ers of
this ptolitable native tree. Many of
the higher mountain areas aie suit
able lor the grovuh of valuable ex
otic timber of the best and most
useful kinds; and loner down on
the slopes there is not a vegetable
product ot the temperate zone but
could be giown with piofit iu seletl
ed places, piovide.l facilities for
carnage were supplied. Lower
Midi, at fiom 500 to 2,000 feet ele
vation are the cntfec lauds, and the
areas suitable for spices, indigo,
and other valuable products of Aftt
ca and Southern Asia. Stock
aiiches of various kinds could also
be carried on in places; and suitable
animals, including many kinds of
large buds, could bo there cheaply
aud piolitably raised.
These are the natural conditions;
but the present dillleulty is thai tho
lands ate locked up and owned by a
few individuals, who will neither .'it
prove their pioperties nor alio
otheis to do "0. The whole mass
of the island population is interest
ed iu the opening up of those valu
able lands in the several islands;
and, eventually, those aieas must bo
thiown open to enterprising settlors
whether the owneis accept the inno
vation willingly or not.
THE W. B. GODFREY.
The baik W. B. Godfrey, dipt.
Dabcl, arrived iu port this morning,
Hi days fn in Sau Francisco with a
miscellaneous cargo of merchandise
consigned to Messrs. C. Brewer &
Co. Capt. Dabel t epulis leaving
.San Fiancincn on the Oth aud came
along so fast that ho wa within 250
miles of the islands on the 18th.
Here he met with adverse winds and
could make little headway. It took
liiii) yearly n week to make the 2.i0
miles. 7'jio Godfrey bi ought no
Chief Justice .ludd was occupied
jtjiis morning with tho calendar of
anpenL fiom the lower Com is of
A. ICutibi vs. ,J. Cooke. Assump
sit for 2'. Defendant's appeal
from dlsliit'l Com t, Ewa, Appeal
withdrawn; settled out of Coujt.
Klght cases were continued to
May Term day; tluee to Fiidnj,
April 2(Hh, at 10 a. m., and one to
Friday, Mny 3d.
I), J. Lopez vs. C. L. Brito. As-Btiinpt-fs
5100. Defendant's appeal
from rolled four! i Honolulu. Argued
and decision icserved,
Tho King vs. G. L. liiwariU.
Assault. Appeal from Dlstiict
Couit, Wulanae. A nolle pros, was
THE PARR PEACH HOTEL.
X CHAUMIKO SPOT ASt C.OMIORTAI1LE
Tho ono sea sido resort of easy
acccis fiom Honolulu, is Waikiki,
a place celebrated in prose, poetry
and song. About four miles from
the centre ol the city proper, and
connected therewith by street cars,
it is our "Brighton," our "Long
Branch," our resort for sea air and
sea bathing. There is our princi
pal public park and the only one
we have which desetves the name.
Skirlinu the borders of Kopiolani
Park and within its boundaries are
the residences happy homes of
many of our honorable and honored,
respectable and respected citizens.
Only it few years ago tho place was
a desolate waste, without any in
habitant; to-day II teems with vege
tation and vcrtiutc, and is the home
of many who spend the business
hours of the day in the counting
house, the warehouse, and at other
occupations in IIo.iolulu. When
the duties of the day terminate they
retire to the quiet of their domestic
circle at Waikil.i, revel in the stir
toundings of greenery and quaff the
ocean's pure air. What a mighty
change has been wrought in a short
space of time, which many of our
readers have witnessed in all its
One of the tnosl charming and
attractive spots and one of the most
commodious dwellings at Waikiki
are the grounds and buildings now
designated as the "1'ark Beach
Hotel," formerly the residence of
Col. G. W. M'icfailaiie. It is
right on the beach and adjoins the
niaiu road. The grounds are huge,
embiacing seveial acres, with an
even surtace, and are planted with
a great vanity of shade and orna
mental trees, which ptoduce a de
lightful coolne&s on the warmest
d'iy. rnderneath the trees a car
pet of Beiuitida grass, ever gieen
and giowing, tovers every inch of
caith. Toiecliua on this bed of
tiatuip, slulured from the sun's
lays bj the foliage above, with the
gtnllc farmings of mild sea bttees,
is the In an ideal of an eaithlv
The buildings are in harmony
with the suirouiidings. They weie
constructed regaidless ol cost, and
with a view to comferl and conveni
ence. The rooms are exquisitely
finished aud abundantly ventilated.
The main building contains a laige
'null, dining loonii, uantrv, kitchen
and bed rooms, fheie is one de
tached cottage, and also a billiard
room and bowlmj alley detached.
On the giound- aie stables, carnage
hou-e, and serranU' quarter-i.
Water i-, laid on from an tntesiati
well, and gas pipes extend to every
ioom. At high water mark by the
sea aie bath house-, for convenience
in sea bathing. In shoit. it is haul
to think ot anything calculated to
make lite enjoyable that is wauling.
The ptcmiaes arc partially fur
nished, but ate not at piescut
occupied. A better place could not
be found by a man of means who
desiiCs the perfection of a cooj aud
healthful climate, perennial green,
and the Itmiry of aitilieiai comfotts
designed by the ingenuity of man.
It is also well adapted foi the pur
poses of an hotel, and it is believi d
that if managed by the right kind
of pei son would be piofiiable as
such. The propeity is now in the
market for lease, application to be
made to Messis. W. O Irwin v Co.
COURTING IK SNAKE'S HOLLOW.
"Couitin' i'. all slick enoiiffh when
I everybody's agici-d, and the gal
am I, got no misehiet into her, but
when she has, the fellar that's
yeaniin' art. r maliimony is mity
likely to get his fires dampuipd, or
btist'hib in ci."
Thus leasoned Ned Sharp to a
patty ol mining crunies, who were
seated mound him befote the lire at
the corner .stole, one chilly night iu
Apiil. Xed was fast hilling into
the gear ami yellow of b.ieheloiisui
and seemed petleclly salt-lied with
hi-, lone condition, because as he
often aseited,"he was hit once, and
kinder feared the racket."
"How about that affair of your'n
with Frenchy's gal, Ned''1" Inquired
one of the circle, elbowing his
"What, that littlo French gal?"
inquired Ned with a grin that made
his eais recede as though iu fe.ir of
being engiilphed. "Well.lhal was a
sally scrape boys, noil though the
laugh is agin me Tin blessed if I
don'i givu ye the eireuinslince."
He squared himsell iu his thair,
wet his lips with the old Juicu, and
putting two inches of Cuvundidi be
tween Ids jav,. lol Hy
"That gal wur about tho poolycst
creator iur a funiiei I ever took a
slum, arter; hei eyes jest floated
about iu her head like a star's shud
der, anil her model was as trim as
the steamer Eagle ; 'sides her pad
dles wur the cleanest shaped (Ixins
tlntl ever propelled anything human,
an' her laugh rung like a dinner bell
iu the eais of a slarvin' man. She
run into my affechsliuns aud I
(.couldn't help it. I dnuced with her
utj.be bahs m Snake Hollow, and
when I gin lo edge up and lalk ten
der to bar, she only laughed at
my swe tiiin'. Alter a Lpcll, wften
I run it pooty stiong about affepr
shun and iliu needcessity of wuikln'
side and side togethertho told mo
that her old daddy wouldn't let her
marry an Anieiican! Ef I wasn't
snagged at that, I wouldn't say to,
and I wished him n hot spell for a
time. "Well, Marie," says I, if I
melt tho old mau down, will you gin
"Oh," scd she, "then I shall not
say von leetel no."
So bavin' Used all smooth with
her I drew up alongside of the old
man, and made ready to givo him a
blast. By jingo, boys, ho looked ai
wicked as a treed bear. But 1 fined
up ami let go. 'That's an oneon
scionable slick gal of your'n mun
seer,' ed 1. It tickled him to have
her ctacked up, for he thought her
nature's llnishin' tech, so did I.
"Oui sair," said he, "she vair
flue leetle gal, she is sair, mine only
"Well," sez 1, "she is a scroti
gcr," "Vat yon mean by him eh? Vat
you call 9-c-r-r-rouge, eh? Vnt is
he sair? My lsetel gal, vat you coll
him, sair?" And be begin bllin'
over because I had call her bad
names, and anuria be would lake
the gal home; and I'm blessed if lie
didn't, and long aforu the shine was
over too. 1 got iu their wake and
followed him through one street
arter another until his home was
leached. .lest as he wur about to
go in he heeted my footsteps, and
ttituin' round iu the darkness hol
lered, "Ah, ha! You sneak yankee
doodal, 1 shall cut you all up in
leetle pieces, ah, lm!" and bang
slammed the door in my face.
I waited sum time, and at last the
French gal, she cum to the door and
looked it'Otiud. 1 sidled up to her
and aked to come and sit with her.
I told her I was just fritterin away
all to notbin, thiukitt on her, aud a
stna!'- suite of coutttn wttd spur me
till amazin' ; and then Igive her
seeh a look, that she tlutlered into
consent as eay as a inockin bud
"Oh, oui, you shall come now,
moo pero soon go to the cabaret:
but v on miHt be vair quiet, und go
vay belore be come back to de ituu
In course I pioiniM'd to do jest as
she ked; so went into the sittin
room, whai we -ot down and took a
good look onto each other. She
looked pooty enough to tempt a fel
lar to bite a pi. tc out on her. I had
all suns of good things to say onto
her, but cuss me if 1 could get out
the hist mutter. Whether it was
skeer for ole Freiiohy, or a bilin' up
of alficshuii, that stuck in my throat
so tight, I'm unable to swar, but
thar I wtts like a boat fast on the
sand bar, making mity lillel head
way. "Vat is de mattair wiz you, uiun
see?" sez Marie.
"Well," sez 1, "I do feel as if I
wur about to collapse a flue or bust
my biler, fur they say your daddy's
a tiger, and ef 1 get caught here
lhar'l be suthin' broke, a buryin'
instead of a weddiu'; I am not a
mite skeeied fur myself, but the old
man might get hurt, and I would be
fiPtted to do any sieh a thing."
"But mon dieu? What shall I do
wiz you, suppose he come, eh?" sed
Mane, kinder skeeicdliUe.
"But my angel," sez I, "lie
shan't ketch me, fur I'll streak it
like a bolt the moment I hear steam
from histscape pipe."
I had no sooner aed so when
bang went the dour below, and ole
Frenchy cum a feelin his way up
stairs, muttcrin like a piece of fat
thunder. 1 knowed ther wnrn't no
tunc to spate, so I lusted the winder
aud backed out. Jest as I was
about to drop Marie sesto me, "Oh,
mon dieu! Don't drop inter the
well,' and instautcr bhet the win
der. My bar riz on end in a minit.
I'll tell yer boys, a souse inter the
river in ice time, warn't half as cold
cs I wits. It was so ctarnal dark,
I'd give all I wus worth to know
whar that well was situwated. I
looked up as 1 hung on to bee if
thar wasn't a star a-shinin jest to
give a littel hint of what was below.
But thar wasn't, then I looked be
low and listened an' I cud hear the
water a droppin' at about llfty fset
below. The ole man wus a tarin
aiouud the room and awarin lit to
kill. Well, ef I warn't iu an uneasy
fcituwation all this time, then I'm
more than human, my arms jest
stretched out to about a yard and a
half long, gin to cramp and get
orftil weak. I couldn't fur tho life
on me think on any ptayer I'd ever
heered, jest as one hand was givin.
I thort of one I used to say when I
wn9 a yoiiuker and mutteiin, "Here
I drop me down so deep, I pray tho
Lord my bones to keep." 1 sot my
teeth together, drew a long breth,
abet my eyes . and let do! Whiz!
r-r-rip, bang! I went I thort fifty
feet, and didn't I holler, when I lit
and rolled over, and the water sous
ed all around me! Murder! Oh, get
me out! Oh-o-o-o, murder! The
people cum a rushing outer their
houses with lights, aud seek ques
tions they axed, "who'd bin a stab
bin' me? what was the matter? and
who'd hit me?" 1 opened myeye to
tell ihem that I had fallen from the
third stoiy, and broke all my bones,
when, on looking up, thar was old
Fienehy and his darter grinuin out
of the lop windy, jml ten feet uffl
The fact was, boys, 1 had dropped
outer the hill side of the house,
and jumped jest four feet from
whar my toes win ; Iliad lit outer
tho eilge of o water buckit, and it
splashed over me when 1 fell. Arter
olu Frenchy told them the joke,
they pooty nigh busted a-Ia(in at me.
'l crawled oil), arter flrin a volley at
old monwer of tho hardest kind of
curses, and from Hint day to' this J.
hain't dun no courtin iu the Hollow.
PAPER t. bubuibo
X for Is the "Dully
ccuib par montn.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
by ortle. or Mr t lit. I .luiltl, I will
tell nt 1'iihl e v ctioti, at my
Saleroom. Q ic.mi etreei,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT 1 O'UIiOCIt NOUN,
Hereford Bull !
TUOU. 1'iiltH i D,
hii orn.il li m s. Zei. ud nml tegl
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
The ' enutlful 'lu-hle lt.Mirt nt Will.
kild (humer1; ti.e it-Md-tico of Col.
tl W Mi efiirlmu; Itnuwn &9
T i 1 r iiu-i ioni a of
A ftia&n Building-,
., i inii(i . i
Lariiii 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchm 5 Bedrooms,
AM r- r'Ulb fiiriiishi.l.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms fi Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Vash Rooms, Etc.
J.niue mill Commodious
Stables Willi Carriage House.
Up;.'rF or tl t uftli I.i'nre Airj
It oin mt .1) , ur swvaiits,
Hi' , e'i Clin I- are
Large & Well-laid-ont Grounds,
Connected wit . ii -iiii-i'siui whic
cmld he ireeirl ! -u'". to. vMiiuh.
hllllllll) II. pin 1) uliv. rim into II
hotel, for v I. n-1 ii i !mi ;, n)Hpi il
Tin- IS.i Inn rid lie cq mf the n. s
along I In- lire "I i i.ich.
Sgy-'heM- Pi mit.'H will Iu- hii-ed f
uli nil i yi'.i to ri ,-i on-ihle pai lies
For liuthci i niicii'itr- npplj to
V. G. Hi WIN & CO.
B8T A Spnugflokl (Jds Machine is
on ilu; Prmnl-e .11 1 Uim pipes lend 11110
all tho above buildings apr.250
ON iccimnt of di.
pa lure. Mie 1111.
di'i'ML' ed nlf r- lm
sili. ,t .. I.ii r ifli Tl 1
- - Cnllluiiiiii Horto and
Bugjr.v ; the horce. hnely intp'.rtfd, is 11
U'ioU load-lei und siiitalil" fur 11 family
Any rt'HHiinililc llinl hIIii m .1 1 Bnddle
ilor-e. si co d in no .1 in Honolulu, with
Midi! e nud Hi Id c, 1 Ho el Milky, 2iet
ol Single liiriies. 1 (ihiiiI Milch (on
with a I'uiv. s 'I lie whole cim lie bought
together or scpiiriiti'lv, ! -uit reiuue
ments T. W. KAW1.INS,
Hawaiian Soup Wuri-, hiiii; utiett.
TN TEIK NUISKMK UHT
X of 1 he IIuv all-in lrlii:ul.-. Iu the
niHitei 01 hid 1) iiU.tmtcv of Win. It.
Iiuuhiiin, ly wli m a 1'iii Ion for iidju
dieatlon win (lie I on thu 2Jnd da of
April, 18B'i, in said t 0111 1. In Bnnk
ruptcy, 1 efore 1 lib-f Ji.sticu Judd The
22i.ddav uf .pill, IH8D
Upon r mlitig the taid Petition, and
upon pi-of In-' ore tin- inlien, I do find
that the said Wm. It. 1WOHANAN hna
becume a Uniiliiup wi bin the tnto In
tent and meunin 01 ih Act opproved
on the 29th day 0 A iiist, JHHt, entitled
" n Ait to reeuhitu iiroecedlngii in
Ilankruptey In tint Huwnllmi IhloniU"
And I do hLivhy deelare ami ndjuilgo
him BiriKrupt ace. nllnuly.
And 1 .10 fnrih.ir 0 dir that the Crcdh
tins of iho aid llaukiupt coiiki in and
prove tdcli tb 1 1 hetcro-uch Justlee of
iheSupruno ml a hall bu tilling in
Chambeis at .ii.-aui Hule, II -nulu it
nil the '.'7ri day nf Apri , I8"., 0 .
tv cen the hours 01 10 - M u I; in Uu for.,
noon and nonu of he aid diiv.iind elect
ono or 111010 as l.-nee or Assignees of
tho Mini Iiinkn:ptV ii-lntn.
And thai notleo thereof ho puhlhlie.l
In the fMu.v limi.KiiN iiewfcnapiT pub.
llslied iu lliiiiolii.u, In tho EiiKllsh Inn.
And th it the uid llniikriipt shidl
lliiuic,iiniely Hie whh lie Clerk of lids
Honorahlu Court a mliulnh o'hibCre.
dliors and Atets, as le.piircd by tlio
suld Act. '
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Jubilee of the Supreme Court.
Attest: J. II, Iliiiar, Deputy Clerk.
J ?$Vr& VJi&t ?VfV-vS-i
-OFFEB AT BED
Calil'orniu Hay, Outs, IJran, ' . ' 'v ' rs ,
Oil Cake Moal, Linsoud Meal,
1Jjiv1o, ifoilucl Barley,
Miildliuy: Ground Barley,
Whoat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
Tie Finest Assortment of Stylish lOinery
Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Ladies', Miesch' & Children's Unlrimtned lints,
flue Fmcli Mm i, Mi Urn, OrnamGnts, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Kest of This Week.
Wo have imported tho lineal class of Millinery, regardless the cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladies are
cordially invited to inspect our goodn.
CHAS. J. FBSHE ,
The Landing Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel t,ts.
B. F. EHLEfiS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL 11AKGAINS OF-
Remnants in Alt Departments.
Juist Received a Fresli Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
OfsDEUS fin the Odoilc-B Excnvatoi
Viib tieeive prompt attei lion if
ti-leih mil o o. 220 Mutual Tch
photie. 22(1 lw
ASl iiiii-n f rl'c nut niv ludness
on April 25th, I (j.ve notiec that
nil wn'ehui.'i..l juw.It,, ,. ft over llirec
months f n ni-Hin. will lie -old at auc
lion, if not cb.ini'd on thxt ihite. All
outstanding account not paid on April
30th, will be placed in the lmnds of a
20 td MAX ECKAHT.
REAL ESTATE FOJi SALE.
VM.UAHLU Lot at the
crm-r of Fori und
clni.il site. t, over J of an
ere w iih i-ie- I'oiit.g.'. Apnlv io
U tf J. M. VIVAS.
a A HOUSE iih3 htrm-nnd
tSgJ(Sg xjL U fimtll ro niv v. iih Kit
IxSkssBSi t l.t-ii 'ind h.nli'oiin iittuchtd,
on Aluki n irt-f', ppo-ile I)i. Me-
n iiviic-h. a pi to .John Cool:, on ore
inlcs oi at 'hi-- rillh i .
ROOMS To LET
ra a pO 'KOIil vltl.V !'"tl ui-li.
$ik "l I 'm- ''"""' ,f,e-
SssSMl quucrl. Apl ,H '- loiinlw-l.
lain Hoi t." King -.tru-i, oppi-bii' ICa.
waiiilinn -eiiiiuinv ' ' t4 tt
Furnished Rooms To Let
K6.fe "ILBiN. pleasant Koom to
MSKa 'U lei nt tin- MetJrcv limine,
feB&iV&a runnly occni ii-d liy Mr King,
on I'linelil.owl -Meet oppositu the North
PjcilicIiiBliiute. 22.t lm
Ctirriage For Sale Cheap.
j,. "I NF.W Cututidir Car-
(M. J- i blue jui-t tlnishtd
vfatOiys- mil hiind oiiit-l..-tiitnmcd
In Cm clus- . yie niiihi bo Immtdiately
wild to cl a iif-iimtutni, can lm 8. ch
it . II. I'ag'V ci linue mnmitautuiv,
NO.I2S Fori unei.
HAWAIIAN HL'MNESS AGENCY.
Hawaiian Trmnways Co,,
Correction to Time Table,
G.00 a in l.iliha stieet to Rifle Range,
not on Mi days.
G.30am Lidha stieet to Waikiki,
not on mi inlay?.
7.30 a in - Llllha street to Waikiki,
not on Sundays.
8.30 a in Llllha stieet to Mile Range,
not on .Sundays.
5 27 a m Mflo Range to Llllha street,
not on btindavs.
6.67 a in Mile. Rai go to Llllha street,
' not oii'iSuudays,
C.B7 a'm Mile llnnge to LIHha street,
uoton Mondays. i '
7 37 a1 in Waikiki to LlJIha street,
Hot on Shu'ditys. ' '
8.37 a m WalMUl to Llllha Btrcet,
i.ot on uiidays,
8.07 a m-RUlo Range to Waikiki) Sun-
dayg only. 330 Ot
Cor. Edinburgh & Quo en Sts.
DURING impiov,mciitstu.j European
Ilesiam 1,111 wm be cloted until
22'J Uv ,r,
P. BOWEN & CO.
A LL pirlics who are indebted to the
n. Ill 111 ol Lgi.ii A; Co, 75 ami 77
tort street, mu itquusied to make an
in'M1.'? 'ttlll,,",,;"t' Legal actions
will t.e tal. a 011 all accouuts which re.
mam unpaid May 1, ttltf'i. 223 id
IS heieby gncu that the partnership
heietofoie cxbtlng between 1 hum?
Ilu Kvval and QwongAriekLui)g, under
the Hi in name of Qvvong Yiek Luiic Co.
doing buMiiess at Kabului, Maui, has
been dissolved. 'I he business will
henecfo.tli be carried on by Qwonz
iek Lung, vvho will collect all the
debts and pay all the liabilities of the
hue firm. ;,30 2
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T i', ""-'J511,11.' "I "e Elele Publishinjc
a,i .m"'1'.1" H,,ll,,lulu, Apiil 10,
lb8, the follow ingoiUci is were elected:
ti', fe,";; Pr.sldent,
Hon J b tValker Treasurer
1.0. OiMhl.e Secretary,
1) W Pua, "
'. I1,;u Directors.
II. G. CKABBE,
biciet.iry Elele 1'iib. Co.
llunolulii, April 10. 18M). 229 lm
New Zealand Jams !
JUST receivid 11 consignment of New
.ealand Jnm, assorted cased. For
shlo at low piii'.'H by
J' E' "KOWN & CO.,
22' tf 28 Merchant street.
San Fiiancjbco, Cal., 1
W heh.UHrv IU, 1680.
. P"dd & Miller are our duly uu.
thorized and only ngents for the Ho
waiian Ihlnmls for the sale of our Lacer
liter in kej:. h
,nnfUN WIKT'AND DREWING CO.,
100 lf John H. Wieland Bros.
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM ha removed his
shop Irom Kiiitf ftreet to McCar.
thy's Billiard Parlois, Fort btrcet, wheio
he is prepared to tervo with the best
erne and neatness the avocutlon of his
tut. Solicits the kind lmtronaue of all
A "AS0?". Veterinary Surgeon,
u7,'t u , ? U,ul l,h"ey at Hawaiian
note Stntiles, ininer Hotel and Richard
blitets. hcleniilic trciilmrnt in ail din.
cases., doin.M 10 animals Orders for
plmiation and ninch Mock promptly
attcndid to. Mutual T.-l.ninn.. W
P. O, Box 320.
Having secured tho services of a
Flrt OlanH Cook '
And raudo inany other changes in the
management wo are now nre-i '
rrtd to ppt up thg '.
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu
V S .4
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