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DAILY BULLETIN r HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 27, 1889.
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In tlie Supreme Court of the
By virtuo of tho power vested in
mo by tho 812d Section of tho Civil
Coilo, Ihcicby order a Spccinl Term
of tho Supremo Court to bo held in
tho Court, Room of Aliiolani Hale, in
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, tho
12th day of June, 1889, tit 10 o'clock
A. M., for the trial of civil enscs by
foreign jury from the April Term,
1889, nnd none other.
Witness my hand and
seal of the Supreme.
Court at Honolulu, this
25th day of April, 188H.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court.
Attest: IIknky Smith, Clerk.
In Re Papaikon Sugar Co.
Departmknt or Tin: Lvtkhior,)
Honolulu, April 22, 1S89. J
Whereas the Papaikou Sugar Com
pany has, pursuant to the laws in
such case made and provided, duly
tiled with the undersigned a Petition
for the dissolution of tho said Corpor
ation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed us loquircd bylaw;
Notice is hereby gien to any and
all persons who nave been or are
now interested in any manner what
soever in the said Coiporation, that
objections to the granting of the said
Petition must be filed in the office of
the undersigned on or before the 23th
day of Juno, 1SS9, and that any per
son or poisons desiiing to bo heard
thereon must bo in attendance at the
oflicc of the undesigned in Aliiolani
Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
of that day, and show cause why
said Petition should not bo granted.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1889.
A HARD LAW.
Our law bearing upon opium
smuggling is plain enough, and is,
we understand, similar to laws in
foice in some other countries. It
says: "All ships and boats coming
into any port in this kingdom hav
ing opium on board concealed in
false bulk-heads, false bows, double
sides or bottoms, or in any secret or
disguised place whatsoever con
structed in fctieli -lups or boats, shall
be forfeited." Tlieio is no mistak
ing the meaning of this, but it is a
bard law all the same, and makes the
innocent liable to suffer for tho
guilty. The owner of a ship may
be strongly opposed to smuggling,
and do all in his power to prevent
those in his employ from doing it,
and yet if his captain, in opposition
to orders, breaks the law, the owner
loses his ship, through no fault of
his own. There is no justice in
ouch a law, no matter how many
and what countries have adopted it.
Just laws sock to punish the guilty
and clear the innocent. This law is
calculated to punish the innocent
while the guilty is allowed to es
cape. ANTISHAMUS'S MEDLEY.
A friend has said to me that my
allusion to Mr. Horner's discoveries,
last week, was lacking in the sug
gestion that as he had discovered
the cause of tkc American civil war,
viz., old Noah's getting on the spree,
he is the proper person to send in
search of the North pole, which so
many have attempted to find, with
out success ; and that most people
who read tho newspapers would con
tribute liberally and unhesitatingly
to a fund for defraying expenses,
I with tho understanding that ho
should not return without a chip
from the polo as pi oof of Inn suc
cess. The idea in worthy of serious
consideration, and should be dis-
' cussed by tho Pioneer Club, at its
Some people talk loudly against
nil foreign countries, to show thoir
extraordinary loyalty to their own,
And sonic people make comparisons
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not nlwnys with strict regard to
truth betweon themselves awl
others, to show how much better
they arc than others. The "P. C.
Advertiser" is an indefatigable
worker in this cause, liver and
nnou it labors to impress upon the
people the faultlessness of its clique
by representing the previous clique
as destitute of the faintest shade of
good, never revealing the worst side
of the former nor tho best side of
the latter. This is neither honest
nor judicious especially is it not
judicious, becauso it multiplies and
and imblctcra enemies, nnd makes no
"Never push a man when lie is
going down the hill, nor kick him
when ho falls on his nose at the
bottom." Good advice and chalit
able sentiment, but not always heed
ed or exercised. In fact, when a
man is palpably lising the hill of
foituno and success, that is the time
admiring friends cheer him on, and
when at the lop tho world falls at
bis feet and tickles his ears with
plaudits. But let him loll down
again, and see how quickly those
who cheered and flattered Vi ill kick
him and jump upon him. Illustra
tions can bo found near at hand. To
kick a man when ho is down, even
nn enemy, is mean and cowardly ;
and you who are guilty of tho act
are mcuu cowards.
The regular quarterly session of
the Supreme Court is coming to a
close, with a very little work having
been done. Why? that is, why so
little done? Because so much of
the time has been frittered away by
frivolous, foolish, and futile ques
tions to witnesses by lawyers, and
childish squabbles among them
selves. Why don't the presiding
officer, the judge, put a stop to such
ridiculous nonsense and fruitless
absorption of time? It is in his pro
vince to do so. Courts of law are
for the administration of justice,
and the practice complained of in no
way furthers that object.
CRUELTY TO AHIMALS.
Editor Buxlhtix: I desire to
call the attention of the proper
authorities to a sad case of cruelty
to animals. A native residing on
Piikoi stieet, above Lunalilo, drives
a poor horse in a two-wheeled wag
on. It is in such a starved condi
tion that it can scarcely pull the
wagon along, yet the driver beats
it until the sight is really sickening.
Surely a stop ought to bo put to
such cruelty. A Lady.
SEIZURE OF LIQUOR.
On April 1st Mr. John S. Smithies
was appointed Collector of Customs
at the port of Mahukona, Hawaii.
Since that date John has kept a
sharp lookout on the vessels arriv
ing at that port. Last Saturday
night while on tho watch, he saw a
canoe going from shore to the
schooner Sailor Boy, anchored off
port. Directly afterwards a boat
was seen coming from tho vessel.
John got his boat and giving chase
was rewarded by arresting the mate
with a case of liquor which he was
attempting to smuggle ashore. The
mate was taken before the Police
Justice at Kohala and fined 100,
the liquor of course being confis
cated. EASTER DAY AT KOHALA.
On Easter day a large party of
the crew of II. M. S. Cormorant ly
ing at Mahukona, attended divine
service at St. Augustine's, Kohala,
at the Rev. Mr. Silver's invitation.
Tho church had been beautifully
decorated for tho great festival by
the Misses Wight, Mrs. Sneyd Kyn
uersley and Mrs. Wallace, assisted
by officers of the Cormorant visiting
in the district.
Captain Nicolls, who was the
guest of C. Sneyd lvynncrsley Esq.,
took the organ and conducted the
very beautiful and heaity full
choral service he is accustomed to
conduct on board his ship.
Lieut. Pears read the firBt lesson
very impressively. After a very
hearty service, tho like of which has
never been fceeu in SUjAugustine's
before, with tho church filled to the
aisle and porch, the men were enter
tained at the Club close by, the Ko
hala gentlemen having ptovided the
dinner and the truiu for their guests.
Tho unwonted strains of the
ship's drum and fife band, which
preceded the smart British sailois,
created quito a sensation in Kohala,
and on the party's approach to tho
Union Mill station late in the after
noon, highly delighted with their
entertainment, it appeared as jf
"Birnam wood" had como to "Dun
sinunc," with each man shouldering
as a triumphant trophy, a lino speci
men of Kohala sugar cane, which
had been presented as a memento
of our sweetness.
Mr. and Mrs. Wildor, Maui, Mrs.
Cloito, Mr. .Smithies and family,and
others from Mahukona took advan
tage of tho train to attend divine
At St. Paul's, Makapala, a new
altar cloth, tho facsimile of ono
borrowed from tho sister church at
Kohala, was presented by Mr, nnd
Mrs. L, Aseu and family,
From (he Ililo Jtccord, Apr. 23.)
Tho Itoad Board held their quart
erly meeting on the Gth instant. Be
ing out of town ourselves at the
titno wo were unablo to attend, nnd
as we understand there were none
of the tax payers present, wo are un
ablo to report of the business done
during tho last quarter. It is tho
duly of our lav payers to be present
and Know for themselves just what
the Board is doing.
It will bo a matter of rejoicing to
all when the Wainaku part of tho
road is finished. Then wo may ex
pect Hint tho Board will pay somo
attention to tho other matters that
its attention was cnlled to atafoim
Tho bridge across the Ilonolii
Gulch gave away a few days since;
foot passengers are able to cross,
but alt the animals have to swim the
stream. This is a new bridge fin
ished just before the Legislature
met in 1881. It cost enough to
have been built to stand ten or fif
teen years, but it was not built of
such material as it should have been
and now the tax payer lias to pay
over again for having it re-built.
The bridges now being put up in
our district are all housed in and
will stand in all probability for a
long term of years. Since writing
the above tc understand that tho
bridge has been repaired tempor
arily and can be crossed by animals.
Wo are sorry to learn of the death
of Mr. Ed. Wilschey, formerly of
Honomu. lie died suddenly in San
Francisco, and leaves a t wife and a
family of small children, all of whom
are now in California.
D. Howard Hitchcock will be
pleased to exhibit his work done
during the last week to any of his
friends, at Ins studio over the otlice
of Hitchcock and Hitchcock.
The Wainaku burglar, Jack Ka
loki, escaped from prison last Satur
day night and nothing has been seen
of him since.
On Wednesday last a fire origin
ated from a spark from the engine
on the AVaiakea plantation, and
quite a number of acres of cane
weie burnt over; but not much loss
was caused to the plantation by the
accident, as the mill was grinding,
and the burnt cane was immediately
The town residents in great num
bers flocked to tho seaside dining
the past week to take a bniff of tho
sea air. It is so far from town to
the sea that many seaside resorts
aie being put up to accommodate
our townspeople when thej' wish to
get a fill of sea air. One gentleman
of our acquaintance was running
all around town last week trying to
get a tent so that he could camp
with his family on the sands, just
across the street fiom his house in
order to get a good brcatn of sea
air. Most of the dwellers by the
sea have returned to the comforts
of civilized life.
Messrs. Richardson, Lyman and
Shipman gave a fine old time luan to
a large number of their fellow
townspeople on Eiiday last ,at
their now sea side house Kainehe,
"The Rippling Sea," on tho shore
of the bay opposite to Cocoanut
Island. Everything was gotten up
in first class style and was hugely
enjoyed by all thoir numerous
guests. The day waB clear and fine
for an out door luau : and over 200
sat down under the large lauai, to a
feast of the old time native dishes
gotten up in the best stylo of Ha
waiian art. It was a day long to be
remembered by all those attending
it. And it is the wish expressed by
an tne owncis oi tno ueautiiui sea
side residence that they may long live
to enjoy the pleasure of dwelling in
its lovely shade.
The following teachers of the
Government Schools have gathered
in town to attend the Normal
Teachers Class, under the instruc
tion of Mr. Lord. North Kohala ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lord, Mr. and Mrs.
Thatcher and Miss Turner. South
Kohala ; Miss Lyons and Mr. Vre
denberg. Ilamakua: Mrs. R. M.
Overcnd, Miss S. Lewis, and Mr.
A. Smith; Mr. Estops and Mr.
Yeates come to take the examina
tions so as to be able to apply for
position, as teachers. Ililo; Mr. and
Mrs. Lighfoot, Mrs. McKinlcy, Mr.
Huntsman. Puna; Miss Eldacrs.
Kona; Mr. Logan. Mr. Hardy
comes from Wailnkti, Maui.
Luilinc, Mat son, ariived the 21st
inst., 11 days fiom San Francisco.
Passengers The Misses Scott, Mrs.
and Miss Daily and Mr. Sangnj'cli.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
wirour, doi.i: j.
Saturday, Api il 27th.
,Frank Joliva vs. J. L. KnuliiUon.
IJefciulnnt's motion for now tiial
overruled. Exceptions noted.
M. It. Colburn vs. Ii. Cayfortl.
Defendant's motion for new trial
overruled. Exceptions noted.
Tho King vs. 1)'. Blackburn, fast
driving. Defendant is arraigned
and pleads guilty. lie comes in
later and asks the Court to allow
him to withdraw his plea of guilty.
Tho Court i of uses to do so and de
All untried criminal cases on the
calendar are continued to the July
At J2:30 this af tenieon the Court
adjourned sine die.
rpHE BEST PAPER to subscribo
X lor is Iho "Daily Bulletin." 60
cents per mouth. , , ,
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
At tho store of Mr. Max Eckart, I will
sell at Publlo Auction,
On Saturday Evening, April 27,
AT t O'CLOCK,
Ills KitHio Stock of Goods, comprising
a Pino Assoitmcnt of
Diamond Urcast Pins.
Pearl Setting, Gold Klnga,
Gold lirooclies & Bracelets.
A Lai go Assortment of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
BroocliM, !Cni rings & Sleeve Buttons,
Silver Plated Ware ,
Tea and Coffco Set,
Toilet Sets, etc. Also,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
Largo Lot of Wood Frame Clocks,
Show Cases, Shelving & Fixtiucs
EST Bemcinbor that all Goods must
be sold legal tllcss of coit. Splendid
clianco for bargains.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
IN0 - RECITAL
to ni. oivj:n hy
LIX OLLBRT, Pianist,
Thursday Evening, May 2nd,
KINDLY APSIS I'm) JIY
3IIms No I to,
:iIK M. IilHtmian,
I'rof. Itcrecr, nnd
Mr. Itobt. ZIIoi-c.
Piano Solos Oveitnrb of Ficischntz
. . V. M. il e Wcl j er
Uee!l tin Hon 1
Awakening of the Lion
Piano Solos Taiantcllc Doeliler
Conceit Valsc Diillhuit... . Wieniaw&kl
Song Nightingale Gnnz
Violin Solo Ave Marie Yarndley
Mr. K. Moie.
Pi.uio Soloi Loielcy H. v. Seeling
Chmge de lliiBs.tr spindler
Duet I would that my Love
Miss Lishman and Mr. Moic.
Piano t-olos--Linen to tho Mocking
I51id Vaiiations Hoffman
Kecollcctions of Home Mills
Accompanist, Pi of. Ueiger.
ESf Tickets to be had at Brown &
Co.'s, Mqi chant street, 1, 73c. and 50c.
A YOUNG Man (Portuguese) wishes
a situation us coaclnnnn or gar.
dencr, or botli. SpenUb English and
will mako himself useful in anyway.
23d lw GONSALVES & CO.
VyiLL ho Paid to
f T tlie
turning to Qontalvci
& Co. 1 Sorrel Colt, 13
months old, no brand,
strayed or stolen liom Kauluwuln,
School street, on, the 24th April. 234 3t
vsb. . nnnE ljeiis f v acr f
&?!&& -- Lllml Pn Punchbowl
fevygrfjjl Hill, situated between tho lots
occupied by Theo. II. Iioehmo and Geo.
Mullcr, for tho unexpired teim to Dec.
0,1898. There Is a Luige Ilousoon tho
premises, wJilclt is included in this oiler.
osscBSion given at once. For
cula inquiio at the olllcoof
231 lit ALLEN & KOBINSOiY,
COTTAGE TO LET
NLllilm street. Kent $12
M. 8. GJUNBAUM & CO.,
233 lw ,. .' ' Queen street.
AVERY deslrahlo suite of
Itooms and iiccomninda.
i&S3 iin for housekeeping lor a
couple in u line locality on tho lino of
N OTIC E of REMOVAL.
Jk W. McGUIHK having moved his
place of business from the ollico
of tho Hawaiian Tiansfer Co., to tho
harness shop of 1 Philips, No. 02 King
stiei't, begs to notify his fi lends and tho
publlo generally that he is ieady to con
tinue the expiess mid diuy business
under tho namo of J. W, Mctluhe, Bell
elenhojjo No, 411, Mutual C3. 230 tf
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
Horses & Carnages
On MONDAY, April 29,
AT l!i O'CLOCK NOON,
At lay Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
Broken to Suldlo & Harness;
One Sorrel Filly !
.(Prom C. II. .1 mill's Norman Clny);
about 18 months old;
2 HORSES, broken to harness,
1 Fine Saddle Horse !
Sets H inglo Harness,
2 Family Carriages,
1 TOP BUGGY,
Etc., Ktc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
By order or Mr. Chns. H. Juild, I will
sell at Public Auction, nl my
Salesroom, Queen s'.reei,
On MONDAY, April 29, 1889,
AT la O'CLOCK NOOX,
Hereford Bull !
Til O ltO UG II lilt ED,
Imported from New Zealand and regis
lured. Ti:iti: cash.
BY virtuo of a power of sale contained
in n certain mortuaga deed given
by .T. 1). Pononui to Kcalina, of North
Kohala, Hawaii, dated Octobur 10, 18S7,
and recorded in Liber 110, page 125. and
in pursuance of notice of intention to
foreclose heretofore published, there
will bo sold at Public Auction, bj' .lus.
P. Morgan, Auctioneer, tit his Sales
room, Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 29th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK xoos,
All and Singular the Premises,
Convened l.y sniil moitgigo deed
namely : '
1st All tlioe Premises situated at
Liihuiiki, Kukitipahu, Kohal.i, Hawaii,
and more iaiticnluily dc-crHicd in L.
C. A. 8891, to Kukulohi, containing an
area of 0 acres; and miivigr-il to said
J. D. Pononui by deed of saiilKukaloho
recorded in Liber 85, pugc 475.
Sml All those Premises described
in L. C. A. S&92, to Koapiimoku, con
taining an area ot 10 U-10 acics, toccther
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And convpved to said ,T. D. Pononui by
deed of Kennhu -t ul, heirs of ta'ul
grantee, recorded in Liber 52, pnge 172.
And all tho rights and pilvileges to the
same appei taining.
V. C. Aciu, attorney forinoitgagee.
Honolulu, April 12, 1K89.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
222 Stood Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, May 1st,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At "Waichouso of H. Hackfeld &Co.
corner of Fort and Queen streets, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, for nccount of
whom it may concern.
H, In triangle; W:
47 bdls Onlv. Corrugated Iron, S-3x24g,
C, 7, 8 and 9 feet.
1G bdls Gnlv. Corrugated Iron, 8-3x24g,
0, 7 and 0 feet.
3G bills Qalv. Corrugated Iron, 10-32ig,
0, 7 and 8 feet.
P, in diamond:
1.18-18 bdls 170 12 feet Straight Sec
tions Kowlei's Portable Track, 30
guage, It lbs Ralls.
II. II. & Co.
T. II. & S.
201.500-200 di urns Pnle Boiled Ilub.
buck's Linseed Oil.
H. II. & Co.
No. 00 120 coils, No. 4 Fence Wire.
No 301 lt)H colls, No (i Fence Wire.
No. 302101 colla, No. 0 Fence Wire.
No. i 0. "S rates, cich 50 pints Saner.
No. 10IB 1 case, yz doz.cn Trimmed
No. 273 I case, 13 doen Trimmed
No. 2301 case, 38 do.en Rosary Beads.
No. 242 caso, 41 doxen Pipes,
Damaged on voyage of importation.
ex German bark "G. N. Wilcox," from
Bremen to Honolulu.
Terms Caeh in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
231 4t Auctlonoor,
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On nnd after
of our Dressmaking llooms.
-OFFICII AT 11E1)
California Hay, Oats, Bran, '
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Bai'ley,
Wheat and Corn Flour,
rolcplionos, No. 175.
si Assortment ef S
Ladics', Misses' & Children's Untrimmcd Hats,
Fie Fmd Flowers, Fancy Sites, Omients, Ims,
Tliis Tuesday, Wednesday and tho Rest of This Week.
We havo imported tho finest class of Millinery, regaulless the cost,
knowing tho taste of Honolulu ladies. 'The ladies are
' coulially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. F8SHE?,.,
The Lending Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
ALL persons having clnims against
Lydin K. Piikoi will please piesont
them without deliy to the undersigned
at his oflicc on Queen street
JOHN V. COLBURN,
Attorney-in-fact tor L. IC. Piikoi.
Honolulu, April 22, 1899. 230 lw
AS I intend to close out my business
on April 2oth, I give notice that
all watches nnd jewelry, left over thiee
months for repairs, will be sold at auc
tion, if not claimed on that dale. All
outstanding accounts not paid on April
30th, will be placed in the hands of a
220 til MAX ECK ART.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
coiner of Fort and
bchonl stieets, over K of an
acre with one Cottage. Applv to
214 tf .T. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE, with 3 large nnd
2 small rni ins with kit
chen and balluoom attached,
on Alakea street, opposite Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre
mises, or at this ofllte. 219 tf
ROOMS TO LET
J ed Rooms. Board if re-
siS&SSa quired. Apply at "ulmmbcr-
lain House." Kinc slieet, opnositn Iva-
waiahao Seminary. I8t tf
Furnished Rooms To Let
CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to
let at the McGrcw House,
recently occupied by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl street, opposite the North
Pacific Institute. 223 Ira
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
1NKW Cutundcr Car
rlnco 1ut finished
ami handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must bo immediately
sold to close nn assignment, can bo seen
at W. II. Pago's ctrriago manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
Correction to Time Table,
fi.OO a in Llllha hticct to Rifle Range,
not on Sundays.
C.30 a m Llliha stieet to Waiklkl,
not on Sundays.
7.30 a in Llllha stieet to Waiklkl,
not on Sundays.
8.30 a in Llllha street to lililc Range,
not on Sundays.
5. 27 a m Rltlo Range to Llllha street,
not on Sundays.
5.D7 a in Rltlo Range to Llllha stieet,
not on .Sundays.
0.57 ft m Rltlo Raugo to Llllha stieet,
not on Sundays.
7,37 u m Walklki to Llliha street,
not on Sundays.
8.37 a m Wnlklkl to Llliha stieet,
not on buudays.
8.57 a m Rltlo Range to WalklU, Sun
days only, j 230 Ot
ii tun u III
loth, MISS CLARK
will havo charge
Cor. Edinburgh & 'Q,uoon Sts.
DURING- improvements tho European
Restaurant will be closed until
220 lw J. p. BOWEN & CO.
ALL parties who ure indobted to tho
Hi in ut Egan it Co., 75 and 77
Fort street, are requested to make an
immrdintn sttllenieut. Legal actions
will be taken on nil accounts which re
main unpaid Jlay 1, IBS'). 223 til
IS hereby gi en that the partnership
hcretofoio existing between Chung
Tin Kwai and Qwong YickLung, under
the fhm name of Qv,ong Yick Luiig Co.
doing business at Kahtilui, Maui, has
been dissolved. The business will
hcneefoith be carried on by Qwong
Yick Lung, who will collect all tho
debts and pay all the liabilities of the
late linn. 230 2 w
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Elcle Publishing
Co. helil in Honolulu, April 10,
1830, the following officers were elected:
T. R. Lucas President,
Hon. J. S. Walker Treasurer,
11. O. Crabbe Secretary.
D. W. Pua, )
T. lieu, j. Directors.
II. G. CRABBE,
Sccictury Elelo Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1889. 229 1m
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of-New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. Eor
salo at low prices by
J. E. UROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
San Francisco, Cal., '
February 19, 18&9.
herewith certify that Mcbsrs.
Dodd & Miller ore ourdulvau.
thorized and only agents for the Ha
waiian Islands for tho salo of our Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John H. Wl eland Bros.
Removal of Barher Shop.
MP. JARDIM has removed his
shop from Kinir street to McCar
thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort street, whore
ho is prepared to seivo with tho best
care and neatness tho avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind pan ounce of all.
AR. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
i ollico and pliarmncy in Hnfe'uiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
streets. Scientific treatment in all dis
eases of domestic: nnimnls. Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attended to. MhIuoI Telephone 054,
P. 0. Box 320. mh.lSJIU
Having secured tho bti vices of a
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