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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., AJP9EUL 26, 1889.
In the Supreme Court of the
By virtue of the power vested in
mo by tho 842d Section of the Civil
Code, I hereby order a Spocinl Term
of the Supremo Court to be held in
the Court Room of Aliiolani Hale, in
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, tho
12th day of June, 1889, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for.the triul of civil cases by
foreign jury from the April Term,
1889, and none other.
Witness my hand and
seal of the Supreme
Court ut Honolulu, this
25th day of Apiil, 1889.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: Henry Smith, Clcik.
In Re Papaikou Sugar Co.
Department ok the Interior,)
Honolulu, Apiil 22,1889. J
Whereas the l'ap.xikou Sugar Com
pany has, pursuant to tho laws in
sucli case made and provided, duly
filed with the undersigned a Petition
for the dissolution of the said Corpor
ation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed as required bylaw;
Notice is hereby given to any and
all persons who have been or are
now interested in any manner what
soever in the said Corporation, that
objections to the granting of tho said
Petition must be filed in the office of
the undersigned on or before the 25th
day of June, 1889, and that any por
tion or persons desiring to be heard
therepn must be in attendance at the
office of the undersigned in Aliiolani
Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
of that day, and show cause why
said Petition should not be granted.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1889.
Kaahumanu street is about the
centre of the business part of the
town, and is probably used by busi
ness people about as much as any
street in the town. It is a short
and narrow hiiui, but within its
limits is conducted a very large pro
portion of our business transactions.
And yet its chronic condition is one
of disrepair. Wc cannot call to
mind any occasion when the Govern
ment has ever done anything for its
improvement. Neither can wc re
collect ever having been solicited to
voice any complaint from that
locality. The people whose busi
ness is on Kaahumanu street must
be a very good-natured and patient
people; for certainly they have, and
have had for years, better cause for
complaint than many otbera who
make much moro noise. Perhaps
this is the reason, or one reason, why
that much-used roadway has always
been overlooked by tho road author
ities. Anyhow, for shame's sake,
its present state should not bo un
"X" in the "Advertiser" ex
presses bii views about the tramway
nt Kapiolanl Park. lie would like
the wooden bridge at the present
terminus of the trauk removed, and
a broad roadway substituted there
for,' with the tramway running over
it to Diamond Head. X's opinion
with regard to the extension of the
tram track is undoubtedly endorsed
by the travelling public, which
means a very large proportion of tho
general public. The cars aro the
popular means of travel between
Honolulu and Walkiki. They have
come quickly iuto general favor, and
aro UBed by all classes of the com
munity. Much of their patronage
is from people who ride in them for
ireih air and recreation, and it is
not altogether satisfactory to stop
at tlie bridge, as at present, with
the beauties of the paik bpyond.
An immediate extension of the track
to the far side of the park, and per-
laps all around it, would bo hailed
VtitU satisfaction. X's notion of re-
moving tho present narrow and di
lapidated plank crossing and build
ing a sufficiently wide roadway of
regular road material is also in ac
cord with sound judgment. As ho
says, tho material is near at hand,
and good material too, for the purpose.
Kditoh Hulixtix: This morn
ing's issue of the V. 0. A. has an
article headed "A Slander Disposed
Of." Hold on Mr. Editor, or writer,
whoever you aie, thcic is n truth
there which you nuvcr will dispose
of, and when you write that "every
where else where whitu men run tho
whole business and commercial af
fairs of a country as they do hero
they also run the Uovcrnnicnt," you
give yourself dead away and show
up the principle that inspired and
inspires both yourself and the mak
ers of the new Constitution. Don't
ever claim to be Americans ; you
know very well you would not dare
attempt to whoop up a property vote
in any part of the States.
lours in nasie,
ON CONVERTING THE RINK TO A
Editor Uui.letik: Having read
your "feasible idea" in Wednesday's
Bulletin, and having become en
thusiastic over the prospects of a
daily plunge, I beg permission to
relieve myself of some voluminous
ideas which are swelling within mo,
Tho rink, which has been lcccntly
advertised to let or lease, could, I
believe, be secured at a low figure.
A tank or reservoir could be
made in the middle shallow at one
end (for beginners) aud gradually
deepening towards the other. The
tank or reservoir could bo filled with
salt water pumped from the bay.
The steam required for the pumping
could probably be obtained from the
Enterprise Mill just back of the
rink. After the tank has once been
filled a small stream could be pump
ed in continually, while the surface
water could be allowed to run off
tlnough scuttles, thus keeping the
water in the tank in good condition.
Diessing rooms, as the Bulletin
&aid, could be ananged along the
sides above the pool. Fresh water
showers and other conveniences
would not be out of place there.
Trapc7.es, rings, spring and sliding
boards would increase the attraction
of the bath house, and at the same
time afford healthful amusement to
the bathers. Certain hours of each
or every other day could be set
aside for ladies and children ex
clusively. The place could be kept
perfectly clean and respectable with
proper arrangement and I believe
the money expended in fittincr out
tho whole concern would soon be
returned with good interest.
l'ealing somewhat leiievetl now,
Mr. Editor, I will close to give
somebody else a show, signing my
self, Billy Buttons,
EASTER PRAISE SERVICE.
On Sunday evening, the post
poned Easter praise service will he
held at the Central Union Church.
The choir will render the following
music under the direction of Mr.
Myron II. Jones, the organist:
Anthem As it began to dawn . . . Buck
Hymn Anthem The strife is o'er....
Duet (.Tenor and Soprano) My faith
looks up to Thee Lachncr
TeDeum in G Moseuthal
The teachers' noimal class held
its last meeting (this forenoon. A
general discussion on various
branches occupied the time, music
mid writing being the principal sub
jects. There is no doubt but that
a great deal of good has been
done during the past I'iyo days,
through the exercises under the
guidance of Mr. J. A. (Moore, Prin
cipal of Lahainalunn, and the able
papers prepared and presented by
1'rof. "W". 1). Alexander, on Physical
Geography; Mr. A. V. C. Gear, of
the Fort .Street School, on Language,
and Mr. Phil. Woolsey, of l.ahaina
luna, on the methods of teaching
The attendance throughout has
been large and regular, the class
closing to-day with a list of 01. The
name of the Kcv. Dr. Beckwith was
noted as among tho enrolled.
HOW THE BALLOON WAS INVENTED.
Exercise is antagonism ; at each
step force is used to lift up our bod
ies and push back the earth ; as the
eminent Joseph Montgolfler said,
that, when he saw a company danc
ing, he mentally inverted his view
and imagined tho earth dancing on
the dancers' feet. Indeed, his great
invention of balloons was guessed at
by Ids witnessing a mild form of an
tagonism between heat and gravita
tion, lie, being a dutiful husband,
was airing the dresses of his wife,
who was going to a ball. He ob
served tho hot air of the lire inflated
the light materials, which rose up in
aj sort of 8 spheroidal form (you
may have some of you noticed this
form in dress.) This gave him tho
idea of the fire balloon, winch lie,
being a large paper maker at An
nouay, forthwith experimented on,
and hence we got aerial navigation.
This anecdote, writes Sir William It.
Grove in Popular Science Monthly,
waB told mo by his nephew, M. Se
guin, also an eminent man. Ex,
PAPER to subscribe
A. for la tho "Dnllv Hulletln .
cents per month.
Tho Pioneer Club held its usual
weekly meeting last ovening, at 7 :30
o'clock, Mr. S. M. Putnam presid
ing. It was decided to celobiate
tho semi-annual anniversary of tho
club, which will occur on Decoration
Day, and a committee was appointed
for the purpose of making arrangements.
THE MANUFACTURE OF PAPER FROM
The "Revue Scientifiquc" states
that it has long been known that tho
stalk of the sugar cane might bo
used in the production of a paper of
the best quality. It is therefore
surprising that with tho constant
dcclino in the value of sugar owing
to over-production, and the steadily
increasing use of paper, it has
never occurred to sugar planters to
cmbaik in the manufacture of paper
as a supplement to sugar producing.
The fibres of tho cano givo an ex
cellent paper, and tho necessary
mechanical and chemical processes
arc easily carried out. A corres
pondent of the French National
Acclimatisation Society reports that
Mr. Walter Forbes, of New Orleans,
has lately exhibited there a dozen
samples of wliite paper made from
the sugar-cano which weie pro
nounced very good. The first qual
ity costs 21f. per 100 kilogrammes;
500,000 kilos of the stalk would
produce 10,000 kilos of paper
worth 2100t. The "Revue Scienti
fique" concludes by lccommcnding
the planters in the French sugar
producing colonies to introduce
paper-making. rnnie News.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd,
rpo prevent overcrowding, Relief Cars
X will run to morrow (satuiday) ruul
Sunday eery half.hour from Lillha
street, 'commencing nt 2.30 r. m. 231 U
YOUNG Man (Portuguese) wishes
a situation as coacliinnu or cm.
doner, or hotli. Sncaki Lmilfch and
will nuke himself utoful in anyway.
23J lw GONSALVJ3S & CO.
ILL be paid to
the person re
luming lo Gon-alves
&Co. 1 Sorrel Colt. 13
-JTii-- ui'itillis old, no brand,
straved or stolrn Mom ICaulmvela,
School stiect, on the 24'h Apiil. 234 3t
a ' g liii. ji'ise oi ;j acre oi
$i A Land on Punchbowl
.1 Hill, situated between the lots
occupied by Theo. II. Boehnie and Geo.
Muller, lor the unexphed term lo Dec.
C, 1898. There is a Large House on the
premises, which is included in this offer.
Possession given at once. For paili
culars innuiie at the olliceof
234 lit ALLEN & ROBINSON.
COTTAGE TO LET
M. S. G1UNBAUM & CO.,
2:1a lw Queen street.
AVERY desirable suito of
ltoomi and accommoda
tion for housekeeping for a
counle in a lino locality on the lino of
THE undersigned being about to leave
the Kingdom on r. visit, requests
that all persons having claims against
Lint will present them for payment
immediately. T. W. HAWLINS.
Honolulu, April 21, ISM). 282 3t
ON account of de
parture, the un
dersigned offera for
sule, at a bargain,
California Horse and
Buggy; the hoise, lately imported, is a
good loudster and Miiltblo for a family.
Any leisonable trial allowed. 1 Saddle
Horfo, second to none in Honolulu, with
Saddle and Bridle, 1 Road Sulky, 2 sets
of Single Ilnnics 1 good Milch Cow
Willi 2 Calves. The whole can bo bought
together or scpnratcly, to suit require,
ments. T. V. RAWLINS,
Hawaiian Soap Works, King stieet.
TN THE SUJMtKMK l'OUKr
JL of the Hawaiian Inlands. In tho
matter of Urn IJiukrii'iiev ot Wm. It.
Buchanan, by whom n IVti Ion for adju
dication -was filed on the 22nd dav of
April, 1881), iu 6aid Conn. In Hank,
iiiptcy, befoiu Chief Justice Judd. Tho
22nd day of April, 1880,
Upon reading the ald Petition, and
upon proof before mo taken, I do And
that tho said Wm. R. BUCHANAN has
become a lUnkiupi within the tiuo in
tent and meaning of tlu Act upprnved
on tho 20th day of August, 1884, entitled
" An Act to regulato luocecdings in
Bankruptcy in tho Hawaiian Islands "
And I do hereby declare and adjudge
him Bankrupt accordingly.
And 1 do further otder that tho Credi
tor of tho f-aid Bankrupt come in aud
prove their debts before such Justice of
the Supremo Com Las shall be hitting In
Chambeis at Aliiolani Halo, Honolulu,
on tho 27lh day of April, 188U, be
tween tho hours of 10 o'clock in tho foro
noon and noon of the tnitl day, and elect
one oi more Assignee or Absiguccs of
tho said Bankrupt's estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
in the Daily Bulmjtin newspaper pub
lished iu Honolulu, iu the English lan
guage. Aud Hint tho said Bankrupt shall
immediately tllo with tho Clerk of this
Honorable Coutt n schedule of bib Crc
ditor.s and Assets, ab required by tho
A. F, JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: J. H. Reibt, Deputy Clerk.
Auction Salo by Jaraos F. Morgan,
At tho storo of Mr. Max Lcknit, I will
sell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday Evening, April 27,
AT r O'CLOCK,
Ills Entire Ptock of Good?, comprising
a Flue Assortment of
Cluster DIAMOND ip !
Diamond Breast Pins.
Pearl Setting, Gold Kings,
Gold Brooches & Bracelets.
A Largo Assortment of
GOLD aud SILVER JEWELRY,
Brooches, Earrings & Sleeve Buttous,
SilVer Plated Ware ,
Tea and Coffee Sets,
Toilet Sets, etc. Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Largo Lot of Wood Frame Clocks,
Show Cases, Shelving & Flxtuics,
C2?" Remember that all Goods must
be sold leg.udlcbs of cost. Splendid
chance for bargalus.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
i OTICE of REMOVAL.
T W. MfjGUIRL having moved his
tf place of buines from the olllee
of tho Hawaiian Tinii-fcr Co., to the
harness shop of F. Phili s. No. 5)2 King
htieet, begs to notify hisfiieuds and the
public generally that he is icady to con
tinue the cxpicss and dr.iy business
under the name of J y. MeUuirc. Bell
Telephono No. Ill, Mutual 53. 230 tf
Are oil'ered for rent or lease for
a term of years, viz:
Tho "Beckley Homestead," situate in
Knlihi Waena, together with about ten
(10; acres of kula land, all enclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) acres, moro or
less, half of which is the best of taro
land with an abundant and ucver fail,
ing supply of water adjoins the fore
going the taro and kula will be rented
sepaiately if desired,
One Lot of 1 ice land, Lwenty.tno (22)
acres, more or less, with buildings, etc.,
situate in ICalihi Wni-na, easy access to
the public road. Rase oppoitunity for
a email faimcr.
One Lot, about nine and a half (9J)
acres, situate on thcmauKa side of King
street, two miles weit of town, buitablc
Two Cottages in
Liliim street, a little
above lung street.
EgTTheso Properties if5 not disposed
of shortly on private teinis, will be
leased at public auction bomctlmu In
Also several Cottages, pleasantly and
conveniently situated, to rent on favor,
particulars given on appli
MUS. MONKOB, ladies' nurse, has
removed to Nn. it, ICukui lane.
and ladies' nurse.
of22vei.rs experience at Queen Char
lotte Lying.in-llospital, London. Other
islands not objected to. Residence,
"Jordan House," Pchool street. P. O
Dox 47fi ; Mutual Tele. 373 170 3m
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for tho Majjlc Window
Screens, Combined Bevel Squares, Stan,
dnrd, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Bicycle, Trlcvcles, velocipedes, etc.
Bethel and King sts,
Will practlco in tho lower courts of the
Kingdom as nttornoy, attend to collect
ing iu all its branches, renting of houses
aud any other business entrusted to him.
Onicc 91 King Street Upstairs.
Artificial Teeth from one to an entire
set inscitrd on gold, silver, alluminum
and rubber bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specialty. To persons wearing
rubber plates which are a constant
source of irritation to tho mouth and
throat, we would recommend our Pro.
phylactio Motal Plate. All operations
performed iu accordance with tho latest
improvements in dental Ecienco. Teeth
Extiuctcd without pain by tho use of
Nitrous Oxide Que.
fjgjrOfilco at Old Tregloan Residence
now street. Feh.20-60
TO BENT m L
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Horses & Carriages
On MONDAY, April 29,
AT l!i O'CLOCK xoox,
At my Salesroom. Quceu street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
i 3BA.Y tmTjAJRjei,
Broken to Saddle & Harness;
One Sorrel Filly !
(FromC. IL.ludd's Nonniin Claj);
about 18 months old;
2 HORSES, broken to harness,
1 Fine Saddle Horse !
Rets Slnglo Harness,
2 Family Carriages,
1 TOP BUGGY,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
By order or Mr. Chas. 11. Judd, I will
sell at Public Auction, at my
Sales! oom, Queen street,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT 1JI O'CLOCK. XOOX,
Hereford Bull !
Imponed from New Zealand aud regis,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
E OF SALE
BY virtue of a power of sale contained
in a certain mormagc deed given
by J. D. Pononul to Kcalina, of North
Kohala, Hawaii, dated October 10. 1887,
and recorded iu Liber 110, page 125, and
in pursuance of notice, of intention to
foreclose heretofore published, there
will be sold at Public Auction, by .las.
P. Morgan, Auctioneer, at his Sales
room, Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 29th,
AT IS O'CLOCK xoox.
All and Singular the Premises,
Conveyed by said mortgage deed
Jnt All those Premises situated at
Lahuiiki, KnUuipahu, Kohala, Hawaii,
and mme paiticitlariy described in L.
C. A 8891, to Kukalohi, containing an
area ot 0 acres; and conveyed o said
J. I). Ponouui by deed of said Kukalohe
recorded in Liber 85, page -175.
2nd All those Premises described
in L. C. A. SB92, to Koapiimoku, con
taining an area ot 1G 3-10 acres, together
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And conveyed to said J. D. Pononui by
deeil of Kcoahu et nl, heirs of said
grantee, rccoided in Liber 52, page 172.
And all the rights and privileges to the
W. C. Acni, attorney for mortgagee
Honolulu, April 12, lt8f.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
222 8teod Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, May 1st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At Warehouse of II. Hack'cld & Co.,
corner of Fort and Queen streets, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom it may concern.
II, in triangle; W:
47 bdls Gnlv. Corrugated Iron, 8.3x24 g,
0, 7, 8 and 0 feet.
15 bdlsGalv. Corrugated Iron, 8 3x21g,
0, 7 aud 9 feet.
30 bdls Gnlv. Corrugated Iron, 10-3x2 Ig,
0, 7 and 8 feet.
P, in diamond:
1.1818 bdls 170 12 feet Straight Sec
tions Fowler's Portable Trark, 30
gunge, It lbs Ralls
II. II. & Co.
T. H. & S.
2O1.G0O-8OO drums Pale Boiled Hub
buck's Linseed Oil.
II. II. & Co.
No 800120 coils, No. 4 Fence Wire.
No 301-108 coils, No fi Fence Wire.
No 302101 colls, No. 0 Fence Wire.
No. ! Oi i cases, each 50 pints Saucr.
No, 101B 1 case, 1 dozen Trimmed
No. 273 1 case, 13tf docn Trimmed
No 2301 case, 38 do.cn Robary Beads,
No 2121 caso, 44 doien Pipes.
Damaged ou voyage of importation,
ex German bark "G. N. Wilcox," from
Bremen to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
B. F. IHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
fflF N. I). On and after May
of our Dressmaking Roouih.
-OFFER AT BED
California Kay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley, ,
Telephones, No. 175.
Tie Finest Assortment of Stylish Millinery
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Untrimmcd Huts,
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Rest of This Week.
Wo have imported the finest class of Millinery, regardless tho cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladios are
cordially invited to inspect our goods.
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel Bts.
ALL persons having claims against
Lydia K. Piikoi will please present
them without delay to the undersigned
at his office on Queen sticet
JOHN F. COLBUKN,
Attorney-in-fact for L. IC. Piikoi.
Honolulu, April 22, 18SP. 230 lw
AS I intend to close out my business
on April 25th, I ijive notice that
all watches and jewelry, left over three
months foi repairs, will be sold at auc
tion, if not claimed on that date. All
outstanding accounts not paid on April
30th, will bo placed in the hands of .a
220 Id MAX EOICART.
REAL ESTATE FOR SAJDE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
corner of Fort and
School streets, over Jj of an
acre with one Cottage. Apply to
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE, with 3 large and
2 small rooms with kit
chen and balhioom attached,
on Alakea street, opposite Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre
mises, or at this office. 210 tf
ROOMS TO LET
ed Rooms. Board if re
quired. Apply at "Chamber.
lain House," King street, opposite Ka
waiahao Seminary. 184 tf
Furnished Rooms To Let
CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to
let at the McGrew House,
recently occupied by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl street, opposite the North
Pacific Institute. 228 lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Cutunder Car
riage ju9t finished
and handsomely trimmed
in llrst class style mwl be immediately
sold to close an assignment, can be seen
at W. II. Page's carrlago manufaetury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
llawak Tramways Co.,
Correction to Time Table.
COO a m Liliim street to Rlile Range,
not on Sundays,
0.80 a in Lillha hticet to Waiklki,
not on Sundays.
7.30 a m Lillha street to Wnlklkl,
not on Sundays.
8.30 a m Lillha street- to lllllo Range,
not on Sundays.
6. 27 a in Ritlo Rango to Lillha sticet,
not ou Suudas.
6.57 a m Rlllo Range to Lillha sticet,
not on Sundays.
0,57 u m Rltlo ltaugc to Lillha btieet,
not ou Sundays.
7.37 a m Waiklki to Lillha street,
not on Sundays,
8.37 u m Waiklki to Lillha street,
uot ou fcuiuluys.
8.07 a in Rllle Range to Waiklki, Sun
days only. 230 0t
15th, MISS CLARK will have cliargo
Middling Ground Bnrloy,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Cor. Edinburgh fc Queen Sts.
DURING improvements 1the European'
Restaurant will bo closed until
229 lw J. P. BOTTHN & CO.
A LL parties who aro indiibtcd to the
v nrm of Egan fc Co., 75 and 77
Fort street, are lequetcd 'tq make an
immedinte betilement. Letgal actions
will be taken on all aocoun ts which re
main unpaid May 1, If 189. 223 td
IS hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing bctt veen Chung
Tin Kwai and Qwong Yickl .untr, under
the Arm name of Qwong Yic k Lung Co.
doing business at Kahului, Maui, has
been dissolved. The bu siness will
henceforth bo carried on by Qwong
Yick Lung, who will coll ect all the
debts and pay all the liabi tlitiea of tho
late firm. 230 2w
ELECTION of OFJ3 TOERS.
AT a meeting of tho Elcle Publishing
Co. held in Honolulu , April 10,
1889, the following officers w ire elected:
T. R. Lucas I 'resident,
Hon. J. S. Walker T reasurer,
H. G. Crahbo 8 ecretarv.
B. W. Pua, ) "
T. Heu, I lircctors.
n. G. OKviltBE,
Secretary Elcle Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1889. 229 lm
New Zealand Jams!
JUST received a consignm enft of Now
Zealand Jams, assorted canes. For
sale at low prices bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Mercha. ut street.
San Fbancjbco, Gj .l. , i
February 19, 18 S9. J
WE herowith certify that Messrs.
Dodd& Miller are our duly au.
thorized and only agents ft or tho Ha.
waiian Islands for the sale oE o ur Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND BREWliN G CO.,
100 tf John U.Wi oh ind Bros.
Removal of Barber
1 JARDIM has romcived his
fihon from Kim? street t.rMxn..
thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort stiretit, where
ho is prepared lo icrvo with tho best
caro and neatness tho avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
A R. ROWAT, Veterinary S mrgeon,
, u . ,Q and Pharmacy atH awuiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and .Richard
streets. Scientific treatment in all di.
cabes of domestic animals. On iers for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
uttended to. MhiuuI Telcpho do 854,
P. O. Box32G. nih.18-80
Having secured tho servlcos
First ClnH Cook
Andmado many other changes in the
management wo aro now pre
pared to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
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