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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APRIL 80, 1889.
In the Supreme Court of the
islnnds Is practically a white man's
country made so by tlio white
man's' energy, wealth and skill.
The native po, ulatiou would be just
as well off without the political
franchise as with it, and the country
would benefit by the former condi
By virtue lit the power vested in
mc iiy the 8-12d Sicli.m of the Civil
Code, I heieby oidi-i n Special Term
of the Supiemc Con it to be lieltHn
tho Court Room of Aliioliini Hide, in
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, llio
12th day of June, 1M), at IU o'clock
A. m., for thu ulnl of civil cum.'.- by
foreign jtny fnnn the A pill Term,
1880, mid none other.
Whiles my hand and
sci.l n( the" Hupienie
I'nint at Honolulu, thii
rnli .Imy nf A mil. lfiSO.
Chief .1 notice of the Hupioniit Court.
Attci-i : IIiinuy Smith, Cleik.
to i he luws in
111 .,tl .11111 ! iOVIllllI, (llliv
III Re Papaikou Sugar Co,
l)KI'Ai T.MIINT "! rill. lNlKlltOlt,)
II. nululu, A-i)l2J,JSb!). J
Wli. r us1 tin- I'.ipiiikouHugur Coin
pniij iiii'i piii-u ''it
lil d v.iiii the imdiM-ipni'd a Petition
foi tin- tlif-i Iniion of ilie id Corpor
ation, m.neihi'j with a certificate
thcn-to annexed as n quired by lawj'
Now i heufoie,
i..u-i .t lnnby piven to any and
all ifiMiiic who iiiimi been or aio
now iiitcn-M it i i ii ii manner what
fcoeMi in ln. .-aid (.u-ji'iatioii, ilml
objvcii' n- i" the nraiitiiie,u the y.u
Petlti. n tiut.-t In. fib tt in the i lliee i t
the mult i Mgncd on or lief i u-tli'-i.'nh
d..y of June, lbS'.t, and tlmiaii pwi
on Hi 'cimhi de.-iiiiig I" ho lieunl
lhcrruii miir-t bn in ntteiiiiaiiee at the
oll'ice it the undeiM'jiivd in Atiiohini
llule, llnuoluh:. :i II n'eh-ek a. m.
of that i ay, and show chum- why
taid Petition should m t he granted.
LOiUtlX A. THURSTON,
iiinistu of the lnleiior.
JJUilv"l to .iciiner Sic nor Party,
Jiul titabliihcti lot Ike bvtiilit ol till.
TUKS..AY. APRIL :;0. lfcSO.
7 Al NATIVE FRAHGH1SE.
Kin-ton Rui.ucmn: There has
been :onic di&cusaion .recently re
garding the advisability ot lurtlier
extension of tin: political ti midline
U the aboriginal population, and a
ood deal or MMiiiuieiit. hai been
wasted wver the iirilter.
Tins quality nf ii.lit by inherit
ance. i, in JiUtico to the body poli-'
tic, always MitiiiTvicnt in a political
henic to tin- needs, t the nation. If
the tihorij'iuah had shown any apti
tude for obtie-i, any moral or men
tal quality that could lit them for
lakiug part in a while man's govern
ment, their right by inheritance
would never have been questioned.
That the aboriginals have not
shown the necessary qualities to
cither lit theni fo- the fianclnse, or
lo oil as nobles or n-prebentalives,
we have too much proof; and an ex
tension of their pivsent riglitb would
c'jrt.tiuly be height of political folly,
folly. J oanyif the southern gioups of
isla'mls in the !'it,-ilic, where a white
man's government has been entab-Ji-hcd,
the aboiipnai inhabitants
liave no vote nor any political frau
(Shwe, for the good reatftii Una. they
i. incapable of political tunc-r.ions-.
anl abyriuinal Hawiiilans ai,i
ol ihe siime rjcc'and Without higher;!
MiciiUl or inoraj iH:ilillcation tliiiu
the avenign J'i'l.Mie-iuii. The gov
eiiiuient of the United MIjIus pur
ues a .-.iinilar political policy .
yraid the Indian ; ami it -lutrf been
;Tuun! by tha most Gluixliaj) and.
iirugresMVM nut ions that- tlie wisest
policy is to' wlihliold the political
fianelii-o fioin inleiior rare in coun-trn-i-
when-'the while man hai Os
itabliheil hi government. "A dead
Indian ii the Iht-i Indian," is a
ti common1-Aueih.fin phi.isc,; and,
While we iluuok f;0 so larili stiungtil
of language as Uli'h Sam's eliil.
dreu, lie migl liiilhfuily say "u
hili-nl kanaka, politically, is the hel
kanaka." It is vei. evident to llje
bet iliinkeit) ajnongst the foreign
piliulaiiou of- this Iciiu7iliim. that
the aboiiinal natives ale ntil lillor
the polit'caltfijiuohiHG;; and Unit lU
I iiigi i- lla-ji tieV.pVi:inittfd to play at
politk'M ami Uniper with leislatte'
functions, piog'icsive" govciiiinenl
and civil. zatiun ill be iclarded in
Jo thu United Siateis the question,
4il the day is; "Yliai i-hall wo do
itii our foiiigu population?" and
In i lie ilauaiian Kingdom is the ie
veised qinc.; Vhul bhall wo do
ilh the n.iljc'
Senlitnciil, although good in It
elf, must always giv way b cx-
pediciioy: ami it should he Kept in
We cannot ngree with our cor
remiomlcnt in thlel-fotllllH of his
propositions, lie does the nathe
people a great and palpable injus
tice; lle'tnitst be Igimraut of the
people of whom he wiites, otlierwi
he could not lr.w written what ha
has. 'J'he plain tii"inuation i- thai
"the aboiiginals have, not hIiowii any
aptitude for politics, any moral or
mental quality thai can lit them lot
taking part in a w'hile uian's govern
ment." This is an insinuation which
ignores positive Iritlh, no doubt,
made through want of know'u.g the
people, their language, their me
thods of thought, etc. Leave the na
tive to his own junguieiit, untranicll
td by the white m:ui'n Interference,
and he will any day compare favor
ably with his white brother of any
nationality lor "aptitude in poli
ticV or "the moral and mental
qualities that fit him for taking part
in a white man's government."
What ol crookedness the native has
maiii tested in polities, etc., lias
been in-stilled by foreigners. Wc
challenge "Equity" to disprove
THE GREAT VOLGASO.
The greatest attraction which the
Hawaiian gioup of islands has for
Uuris:a ami sighl-ieers Iroin abroad,
i-i tloubiless the great volcano of
lviiauin; .in-1 a pamphlet is now be
ing piiiucil at the lki-Li.Tix olllce
tor Wilder' o Stiauiship Company,
giving a (leseiiptivo accoitnl ot a
flip to Kil in a. t.igethir with a iien
pictuie oC the crater and lakes of
me. The pamphlet, embodies an
i'.-i!iii-Uve report made by .Mr. .1.
Al. Macdoiinld, and iletailing his
olKi'ivation- during a recent visit.
The wrilei ot the report begins his
descriptions ftoni the start at Hono
lulu until his return to that point;
and the s-cencri en lotite, impres
sions of the town and harbor ot llilo
and the road to the Volcano, are all
hiithfudy and truthfully described
without' ihe imaginative exaggeration--
common to mo.-!, writeis.
What has been neeihd in descrip
tions of our lamed volcano, was a
statement of facts, a.i Jar as they
weie presented to the eye, and in
plain and ea-ily understood lang
uage, without exaggeiation and
without imaginative ljourishe? that
the facts did not warrant. Mr.
Maedoisald U somewhat florid in
style ; but his descriptions adhere
to facts as he sees them, and his de
ductions, whether altogether correct
or not, arc reasoned out in a straight
In the inanusoiipt before us there
aie'iinl many hypothe-es treated;
titil wheie these occur the logic em
ployed seems fair and clear, and in
no ease ha any alleiation been
iimde to Hie report by Wildei's
steamship Company, "whu.'h fact
s:iv.- a gieal deal for the correctness
and value of tho woilc
We extract lrom this lengthy le
porl the following description of the
volcano : "We now prepaie to de
scend into the great crater of Ri
laueu, ami aie turnished by our
host ol the Volemio House with a
guide and horses, the .latter to carry
lis down a mile ol winding path be
fore we icach Jhe crater Uoor where
no horse can travel. The ino'il ad
vantageous time to enter iijd ratej
is about :i p. m. ; and at this hour,
under favoiable conditions of
weather we commenced our descent.
'I he p.ilh N aboul H leet wide on the
aveiage; it is well and o.iicfulh
constMictJid, piukeff through pleas
ing forest scenery, ;nid in no place
does the angle or incline e.'ed ten
degrees, in a stiaigbt line, lrnm
brink to bate, the distance is not a
quarter ot a mile; but the windings
of the path aie a full mile in length.
The .total delation ia said to be Hi8
jcesj b.ut, o theobsener, it looks
as ii Hk.'s.i fiyiues understated the
At the lOtlom YO euy.C pur horses'
and iolldw our guide on fjofc over
pjaeljajjirti .'HtiPKBo ol lava loci:
tlnown uigetjier il;o !" coiiUietlnjf
billows of a btorin-lashcil ocean.
Yet lierc is a good and safe path
live i these up and downs; and it is
almost iuipossdilc to sup upon the
brilile surfai e, chain d and glossy
an il IheiwUolc aiea had received a
uniform and Miim.,g calof coal tar.
'li.o foi nis int.. which these lava
rocks, loc&Uy called pahnchoe, Imvu
been thiown are also peculiar. Hero
and tlnrc aie huge blocks of solid
rock; but lying between these arc
hollow glideis or lava pipes ol large
tnzu resting on the uneven aiirfyi
iili'd throuuh ii-hieh the liquid lire
jiijiticd its lluid uuissed over thu sur
roundings, and molded the lava into
lantastio shapes. Wc often btep
upon old eddicK win re the lava had
been twisted and circled like a coil
of huwwer, I'.acli tope, twist and cir
cle being distinct and true in its re
flcmblanoo; while in juxtaposition
are seeljons t,f ntcaigbt cable having
all the appeaianeo ot ivirn woven,
more or less thick, and not tinlike
sections of the sub-marine telegraph
cable that connects America with
Kuiope. Jn places, the largo drain
fragments that arc strewed around ;
at other places these pipes aro
merely cracked, nnd occasionally
wo Ibid their hollows wholly reveal
ed by a regular bicak-off. Yet
amongM. this uppaiotit contusion of
blocks, slabs, coils and clinkers,
there is also the evidence of design
ami older which only a student of
saline s works can discern. v o
have the knowledge that our path
leads over a comparatively thin
crust of cooled lava, only a few feet
above a seething ocean of boiling
minerals, and that at any moment
this superstructure may burst open
and Hie fiery Hood pour Us nvers of
lava over the surface ; yet wc have,
no tear, mid have no precedent of
former latal accident to bring the
iio'sibilit vividly to our minds.
We are now near to the lint or
smaller lake of tire, usually called
the inn Hi lake, and our guide de
posits his water canteen and the lan
terns of tho parly upon the trail and
bids us follow him. lie then led us
over a scarcely noticeable track to
the light for about 00 feet, and at
this point came to a dead stop.
"This," atd he. "is the. North
hake ; step upon this ledge one by
one and look down." We did as
desired, and peered over the brink
into the boiling, seething, dashing,
liery caldron ; and took the whole
in'at a glance. Right under our
feci and about 15 yards below was
the glowing liquid and the red surf
dashing and caving in the founda
tions of the rock upon which we
stood; and we hastily realized the
possibility of a launch into the ter
rible pit ' Our guide, however.tricd
to assure us llvit there was no
dangir, saving, "the rock is tough,
and warning ol a fall is always given
by means of a crack which opens
and sunoiuids the ledge when il is
doomed to go down." This assur
ance was to some extent lenssuring ;
and we took another and longer gaze
with all the lauiiou Unit a feeling of
insecurity inspires. The surface of
the lake had a lead-colored Appear
ance; a greenish tinge, in places;
and was streaked here and there
with rents ot crim-on that widened
and uarrowed, lengthened and short
ened, and disappeaicd, reappeared
and changed every few minutes.
The uieale-t activity was, however,
at (he sides ot the lake where the
lava -urf dashed against the glowing
nick, and the ciimson spiay fell
hack upon the fluid mass accompan
ied by a rumbli-'U noi--e. We soon
lelt that we had enough of this
scene, and coubl baldly satisfy oui
selves that peei mg into this vent of
the earth's internal lire was not at
tended vith daugi-i, despite the as-
siiiauces ol safci given to us by
our guide. This lake, at the time
ot our v'imI. was of a circular iorni,
and was about l.'iO feet, in diameter.
Near to the lake, and adhering to
recks, is a fibrous looking substance
resembling human hair. It is of a
flaxen color, and of a consistency
that is both llesible and somewhat
tough. Tne substance is mineral,
tlnown off by the boiling lava, and
wafted b.V the -ucendiiig heal and
the wind to where it is found within
a few yalds iiom the brink.
We now letiiru to the tr.ain trail,
and picking up our lunteins pioceed
toward Ualeinaumau, a large ir
rtgularl.y formed pile of incks
thrown up by the volcano near tile
eeiilie ol the ciater. The literal
Irans'aiiOp of the term 'haleniaii-
ninir is it !""fi- '(' '"(!', MlgSICSieu
doiiblh.-iS by the fact ibal the pile
is sometimes ib-niolisl.i-tl by volcanic
action and lluown up again in simi
lar )or at or near the same site.
As we approach this loweiini: heap
of rocks, which at present is about
100 feel high, we ob-etved a fein
growing mil of a ciack in the chill
ed lava, which set ns to wondering
how its poors had gol there and
what coVld nourish the plant in the
ih.oss ami calcined uritter of the
cicvice fi which it had taken root,
llalcm.iiimau i about the centre ol
the gieiAenilm, and mound its (tig
ged iiiidjii'regiiiar base is the centre
o: volciiVr activity in this legion.
Smoke -Jitl -team arise limn its lis
sores aid cau's continually; and
near soini parts fit lis h-ise, gener-
thcr than that the molten lava mny
be sometimes much below tho brink
and at oilier times boiling over.
Our footing was not moro scctiro
nl the edge of the largo lake thnn at
the smaller one, and, after a few
minutes' gaze over the seething sur
face, we retired to a rocky height
I adjoining, where moro safety was
felt whether it existed or not.
From this height we had a full
view of the huge caldron, excepting
the portion nearest to wheie we hail
been standing on the brink. We
were on the windward side, and felt
no inconvenience (torn the volcanic
heal; but outhclecsidc the hot blast
is not bearable when the wind Is of
The sun was now sinking toward
the summit of, Mauna Loa (long
mountain) and would soon set be
hind its immense dome whose top is
neatly 11,000 feet above sea level.
On our rocky seat we watch the lava
surf al the glowing'sidcs of the lake
below us; and note the seething yet
sluggish boil of its molten Hood and
the billowy dash of its waves of fire
against the piecipitous rock, which
is slowly being undermined mid
In presence of scenes like these
the soul tills with emotion ; Hie
mind concentrates upon this wonder
of the world ; and the imagination
revels in the sublimity and awful
grandeur which Nature presents
here to the eye, and in the know
ledge that down into these depths of
lire and brimstone is the gicat un
known which bailies human under
standing regarding its extent of fur
nace, its purpose, its age, and its
The sun has now set behind Manna
Loa, and the shadow of night if fast
approaching. Our guide produces
his water canteen, and weief resb our
selves with lain water as there am
no spring-anywhee in this region.
I5y the time we llnish a repast pro
vided for the occasion, darkness has
set in and a pyrotechnic display has
begun on the lake. The fiery glow
beneath tinges over hanging clouds
with a strange radiance, lainlly al
fit st ; bill ginw ing gradually strong
er, tedder and brighter, the heavens
relict t the active tiies in all their
changes of outline, all their brilli
ancy, and all the weird aspect thai
night lends to lerresliial lire. The
surface of the lake seems to rise in
glowing volume, and fountains and
jets of fire burst from incandescent
depths. Fiery spaiks fly upward in
more golden colors and are better
seen than by day ; the glow of the
rocky sides of the lake shows a
laigei surface of red heat, and what
was souihrc and lead-colored when
weairived, is now blended in the
golden and crimson glitter of the
brighter portions. The smaller lake
to the north also asset is its presence
in a similar reflection on the sky,
and a rising glow from its bosom ;
steam-holes Hash a lurrid glare on
the surround. ng shadow of night,
and the caves of llalemauinau arc
lighted up as if cnleitainments were
being held within their portals. The
whole scene is weird, solemn, grand
Wo now light our lanterns and
return by the track we came; and,
although we have to walk in the
gloom and across a recent lava How,
the lanterns guide our steps to where
our horses are waiting and we finally
return to the Volcano House at 'J p.
iy. The distance to Ilalemaiimau
from the Volcano House is :U miles
being 1 mile down to the tloor of
the crater and 1 A miles' across the
lava lock to naletiiauu.au or South
Lake. The length of the crater,
from cast to west, is said to be 4
miles; and the width fioin north
to south 3 miles."
A great deal more of interesting
information, concerning Hie sur
roundings of Kilauea, is also given
in the pamphlet; but limited space
does not permit it in our columns.
Auction Salos by James F, Morgan,
To-morrow, lilflay l,'89,
AT IJJ O'OI.OCK soos,
At H Ruck Uhl it t'o WiiroltoiiMj, cor.
ner of Korl ami Queen Micdf, 1 will
sell nl Pnlillc Auc It n for account of
whom It tifiy e acorn,
20 cs. of IVluller's Beer, in pis.
M'cltly dainuitnl on voyage of lin
porhillon per limit "G. N Wilcox "
J AS. P. MORGAN,
2U7 It Auctioneer.
s vte so - ii iffitari H r- 1Ioicl '
Wholesale & Nail E
Correct Styles GOT
oots & Shoes.
jCS All Prices.
On Wednesday, May 1st,
AT 1SJ (I'CWICK MIOX,
At Winelioiiso "f II. Hack'ehl A To.,
curlier ol Toil ami Quran ftreetp, I will
sell at Public AtU'lion. Ici account of
whom ii may enncuta
II, In triangle; VI:
17 bill' Cbilv. t'oirueated Iroa. 8.Ux24g,
fi, 7, 8 ant Jeut.
IT, lulls Gialv. Cntrtigntcd Iron, S-axOlir,
li, 7 anil 0 felt.
IIB 1'illsG-ilv O'iriiigntui Iron. KKI2I.',
I!, 7 nml 8 tent.
P, lii diamond:
1.1818 blls 170 UJ feet Straight Sec
tions i ohr' Portable Tiaek, !;0
piage, 1 1 lis Hails.
O. 13. HSllTH, Ascent.
EHLERS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
201.'i00--i"0! ibuaiB Pale roiled flub.
buck's LhiMcil Oil.
&r X. B. On and after May 15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
of our Dressmaking Kooms. 1751 ly
-OFFER AT BED ROOK PRICES-
II. & Co.
"n "00 '10 ein'i, No. ! FYnr.c Wire.
ii 31)1 t'.i'l inll.M, No ') Koneis Wire.
,' . aO'J 101 cod", Ko. ! Fence Wiie.
.-'i .0i 1 ci-u-., eieli fi ) libit-, Saner-
ii u tinea
No 0 B 1 eise, IJC dozen Trimmed
. .1.5731 en.sr, 13M di'zcn Tiiinmeil
.' i BtiO-l i;:ise. as (lo.uu It wny Beads.
No tUi 1 i-nie -II (liU-il l'jpes.
Dtmigiti i.u voj ire of importation,
e. G rniJQ bulk "U. M. Wilcox,-' from
Bu-iiK-n tn Honolulu.
California Hay, Oats, Bran, ,, ,,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal, ! p'
Barley, Kolled Bai'loy,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
'Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin
f9 a p W$ D J fi
bi iGii itsiiiiaing
Lease of Premises
On MONDAY, May , 'SO,
at in 'cj.m:)k. soox.
At niy ib siiioin, Queen btreit, I will
icll at I'nblii: Auction, bv order of Mr.
Thu Lease of Government Lot,
N '. 17, mi Foit flreet.
Above llie t iittfia I'niiM', tnycllicr with
IclepliGnes, No. 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts,
Tlie Fines! Assortment of Stjlisli Iiilinery
jninil tlidt the Jawiian group of I pipe looking girders are broken into
near nonw purls fir Hi n-ise, gener
ully tbe e-,t side, tliero is always a
luUe of Ire of lurge uxtent. Few
pel-suns javc Ihe temerity to ex
uinine elbely this laijiu pile of rooks
and to HV into its recesses which
sue held'aored to the goddess Tele,
lbu piesiling deiiy of Kilauea, ac-lordinu-io
ancient Hawaiian myth-
,,,Wl . .
Wv'iiowiw10 l'1' westward of
Iihfcmaiimnii : and, zfU-v conbidei-
ablc ascending and ibhceiiding, we
arrive at the largo cnUIron iiuiially
known as the .South Lake.
This immense ba-'m of Cue i- uii-
Heen and unheralded by any diitin-
giliuliiug appeai'tniee ol tl.e ur
roiuiMliiRs, until III1 Uitor aiuves
on its brink : and tliu a!l may be
baid ol the sinaHer or north ItikeTJiaj
we pasbtd about 1)00 yordfl ilUlmit.
Neither .steam nor binoke is seen lo
arise fioin either ealdron by day;
although both of tlie-,e e.balations
jsritio vjbll'ly irom eaves and crev
ices near by.
The .eonditioiiH of the soiilh or
largo lake do not differ fioin tjioso
of tlie northern or biuallcr Pl)c, ex
cepting in extent of snrfacer-tlio
former being about -100 feel in rtu
ameter and the latter ISO foet. Of
course, tin so weio only the condi
tions at tliu tfinp Of our visit, and
tlio volcano watt not juiusiinlly ac
tive upon that, occasion. These
lalfpo change frequently in both bIo
and pobiluiii, but they are always
ciicular in form; and, unless during
periods of yreat activity, their gen
eral appearance does not vary,' far-
TOTI i: Is limeliy given that the
Xi iso.id .Jlirv Uiawn lo eonsiuer tne
in-ojnlety of wiileniug Garden Lane ami
l-Id'-Ii j; a portion of I'lilon street or ol
wlilcnliig Union street, will meet at my
nllleu on Tlmr.-il.iy ihe liil ilny of iluy,
ISS'.i, hi 2 o'clock p m., nnd uftei view
ing tlie locality ot the pi opined cbiinges
will mljoiini lo llio ollleuof the Minister
of the Interior, for deliberation, and all
petrous lutfi-o.-tcil in Mild propocd
hi reel mprovenient aie hereby notified
thai they will then and tlieru be glwn
an oiiportinilty of bo.ng heard concern
ing the miiiii.
.1X0. II. BOIMJK, MiirMinl.
Iloiiiiluliihi, April L'!)th,8b!l.
kno'tu na tlie
'i'lic l.en! li iv ubuiii 1" yeiw to run
ui uii -iniiiiiil 1 1 mill nt ?t!C0. TlieCuild.
iiiK i-U.-tury liij;!!, nnd occuiicB about
hull tin: Int. '1 lie Fitiuiiioij or this pin.
i criv on Korl btieei, mid nuarncsi to the
u inn vet., iniilte it a desiienblc mercan.
i lie or alorui.'u btaml.
Ladies', ?ittsbCb' it Childion'-i Unlriinint-d lints,
Fine Fricli Hoiers, Ficylliis, OrnaniGBts, Laces,
WILL J5E EXHIBITED
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the llest of This Week.
Wc have imported the finest class of "Millinery, regard Icm llio cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu hulioh. The ladies are
eoidially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FSSiHEP,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
TPvUIUNG iinpiovuneniH the Km opcan
XJ IJestiiimmt will liij cloted iiittu
!2U Uv ,T.
1 110W3CN & CO.
-Q f rpHE L(itc of ): ac-e. of
jftfe- t. Jjiind on I'uneUbiHvl
2isiS Hill, sitratcd buiwteii llio lots
occupied by Theo. II. IJoclime aril Geo.
Muller, for the uucNpinil lernt to iJec.
G, IS!)-'. There is a I.-itfrc llntifo nn the
r)reinis.e.s which is ineludod in this ofTur.
robsetsti)n given at once, for P'trli.
ciilars inquiio at the on'eeof
231 31 ALIiKX & KOIUNSO.V.
13J For particulars apply to G. West
J AS. F. MORGAN,
2.17 fit Auctioneer.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Lebscc & Manager
Levis J. Levey.
OX account of my intending lo leave
Honolulu on May lOiliou the L'mii
tlllii, J reauc.-.t till persons having any
'elubiib agabift me to present them at
the otllcu of A. .laeger.
S. x. ifomxox.
llontibihi, April HO, 18S1I. LM7 lw
in heiebv given tba' the par.nerfhlp
heietiifotoe.Ni ting between hung
Tin Kwal and Qwong YlekLung, under
the linn imiiiu of (IwongYIek Lunj; Co.
lining buMiioMi at Kahiilul, Maul, has
buen dlhsolved. 'Jhe busluci-s will
heneefoith ho earrlell on by Qwong
Tick Lung, who will collect all thu
debts and pav all th- llabllltleh of tlio
fain firm !':' !!W
For a Short Season Only
Saturday, tVlay 4, 1889,
Engiiguneii! of llie YA orld Ke-
Cyclist and Champion Trick Rider,
COTTAGE TO LET
OXLllilmHlieei. Rent $12
M. S. GRIXBAUM & CO.,
2X! lw Queen street.
T. I J. Lucas....
Hon. J. S. Walker.,
II. O. Crablie ,
I). W. I'tia, )
T. lieu, ....
G. OR ABBE,
AV13RY desirable suite of
Rooms nnd ocenmmoda.
tion for housekeeping for a
couple in a fliiD locu.Ity on the line of
httut-t ear. Addtes-t "P," Bui.Mi.tin
olllee. 2Ja lw
ti I inlend toch.po out my hiislnwis
. on April astli. I trivu notice that
all wnicho in il Jtiwuby, left over three
Wlto will appear lit bin famous ixhlbl.
Two and One Wheel Cycles.
SpceluJ Kiigugoincnt of
Who will npi eitf on tluiTiapi'e and for
thib iiccubion will perform a
How Flight of tho Most Difficult Kind
wi w-i.i. i
C5!?IIon plan will upon at Lewis J
Levey 'n olllce, curlier pf J'oii and Queen
diccK i.u Thuibilay morning, Slav 2nd,
til n o'clock. 'Wi Ot
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VA.I UAI5LK Lot a tho
c i -ier of Fort and
??'ifi fccltool stiei-td, over "-.f of an
acre with one Cotluac Apply to
2M if J. M. VIVAS
A Lb persons havine: claims against
Lydia IC. Piikoi will pleitFe present
ll.em witltout delay to thu undersigned
at liis otllce on Queen street
JOHN F. COLBURN,
Att01ne3-.u1.faet for L. K. Piikoi.
Honolulu, April 22, 1SM. 230 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meet ing of the Klele Publishing
Co. held in Honolulu, April 10,
1880, the following olllcen. were elected:
Secretary Elcle Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1889. 229 1m
New Zealand- Jams 1
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand .lums assorted cases. For
sain at low prices bv
.1. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 2H Merchant stroet.
tr. 4. A HOUSE, with 8 lariio and
MM&SSa ii. 2 small incuts with kit.
EBSSiSa ohen uud batlnooin attached,
on Alakea ltreet, rppoailo Dr. Mc
WayneV. A ply to Joint Cook, on pre.
mlses, or at ihis oillre. 210 tf
ROOMS TO LET
months foi renau'f. will he told al auc
ild.t. if not claimed nit that date. All
outstanding BieotinU not paid ou April
30lh, will be placed hi die bauds ol a
220 til MAX ECKART,
Nl'ITUEIt the captain nor thu agents
of tliu UrhUli Imvk ".l-niiii ca" will
liu tesp'iiibibtc for miy dcliln euittrai.ted
by the (itllcira or ciow, during her tiny
F. A. SCHAKKEU & CO.,
23p 3t Agenld bark "Jamaica."
ALL pnrtics who aro lndobtcd lo tho
lb m of Kgan & Co,, 75 and 17
Foit street, arc roquefctcd to make an
iiumedhto Betiluutiitt. Legal actions
will be. taken on all accouutb which re.
main unpaid Way 1, 188U. 228 Id
ftHV tOMI-'OHTAULY FurnUh.
&SmJ cd Rooms. Bnaul Ific.
SaSSsa quired. Apply at "l-hamber-luln
IIoiih)," Kiiiy htreot, opposite Kn.
waiahao toiiiluiiry. 181 tf
Furniffhod Rooms To Lot
.ji a "ILICXN. nleasanl Rnnms to
4Jjl-zZriJ. C j l ... .,, t. A.... M.J,..,
JIXJ yv-j)fiT4 lu. " iiiu ;,iv..iu.v ti.iiipu,
LiKStafi neenily uccm led bv Air. Kiini,
on Ptinclihowl'atreot, opposite tho North
San Fiiancisco, Cal.,
February 10, 18t9. J
TS71" herewith ccitify that Mcssis.
il Dodd & .Miller aie our duly'au.
thnrized and only agenlb for tho Ha.
waiiaa I.ibindi for the sal of our Lager
Beer in keg,-1.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
l'JO tf John li. Wlelnnil Bros.
Romoval of Barber Shop.
Ml'. JAKDI.M linu removed his
shop from Kinir ttieet to JlcCar
llO''s Billlaid PuiIorH, Foit street, where
he is pieparcd to bcrvo with tho best
care and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits the kind piilroimgc of all.
. ink 88.8!My
Curriugo For Sale Cheap.
INEW Ciitumlir Car
rlat;o hint tbiishcd
ami humUomely trimmed
in 'first clabH blyle must ho immediately
sold to clUbO aft asb1gtnitit, cut ho seen
atW, II. Page. oitriago manufactory,
No, 128 Fori ftrcel,
HAWAIIAN BUSINIISS AGENCY.
Alt. ROWAT, Vcleihmry Surgeon,
olllce and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Suibli'B, tinner Ilott-l and Richard
btiects. !-'eicnilllo treatment in all (IU.
ctiat'a of doiiumm animala Orders for
phininthui and raneh t-lock promptly
uttciiilid to. iiulunl Tekphono 854,
P, O. Bos 320, nih.S fit)
Clul) House Diuii Room
naviug secured tho services of a
Fii-Mt laHH Conic
And made many other changes In tho
management wo arc now pre.' '
pared to put up tlio
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
198 Sro "'
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