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.UAIL YBLliETIN j.-.HCaftHJJIiU, H, I,,--MAY 1, 1889.
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in mi i w"tr -
In tlie Supreme Court of tlie
l)y virtue of the power vested in
ttie by the 8-12d Pruion of the Civil
Code, 1 heicby oidei a. Spcei.il Tcnn
of the Supreme Omit lo be hMd in
the Court Room of Aliiobini Hale, in"
Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, the
12th day ot .June, IRS'.), al 10 o'clock
a. m., for the trinl ! civil i'umv by
foreign juiy fioin the April Tuiiu,
1889, and none other.
Witness' my hand nd
seal 01 the Supieine
Court it Honolulu, this
25th duv ot Apill, 1S89.
I l 1 1 T 1 1
a: r. ,iui)i),
Uhiei Jin-tie- of the Mtpieme Com t
AtH'M : Hkmiy Smith, Clerk.
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I'lmitl tv null., i Srct nor Party,
Km i .ttwiin'uU li'f lit btrnuit of all.
WKDNKMiAi, MAY 1. 18'J.
Knnoi! ISl'li.ktin: As a new ar
rival in the Hawaiian Inlands., one
of my elite I uuiiiM'iuents has been to
observe the picul.aritics of the
white le-ideuts especially those of
Honolulu. The eity, the'buildings,
and the siirioumiinga have not
struek me as being uncommon or in
any way materially differuiji tiom
small towns in California and otliet
eini-tropic"il regions. The natives
do not differ much from natives of
the Miiiquesas, Tahiti, Samoa, New
Zealand, or the Fitenilly Islands;
lint are belter clothed, belter hous
ed, and probably belter led than on
dome of tlie other groups. The
gieatest diflerenee that 1 have ob
served in Honolulu is in ri-gard to
certain peculiarities' of the white re
sident; and I shall now mention a
frw peculiar traits of individual
action, which I think are general
and common, although there arc
If one gentleman has business
with another, and happens to meet
him on the street alone, he, of
:out.e. slons the latter to talk oer
the luiiicss with him; but hois
iinm.diately interrupted by other
gentlemen buttonholing the gentle
man -.pokeu to and uuiuopuli.ing the
conversation. The man who i thus,
buttonholed may huvte walked the
length of an entire street without
being' spoken to; but no sooner does
one stop him to speak, than half a
dozen others suridetity remember
that they have sri'nethiinr to say to
that man. Ai.i-ihei peculiar trail
is, that if a well dressed man alands
to look at tl.c oocU displayed in
a store window, about a dozen other
men will teel similarly affected ; and
u window that had, up to this time,
attracted little notice, i suddenly
tiesieged by crowds who linger
around and are puzzled to Know
what they arc louking at. A smart
trader would take advantage of this
hint, and hi re a well dress d imvu to
man to look continually into his
show window.- The result would
pay. Another peculiarity is that
the business man of Honolulu is sel
dom found in his place of business.
Jle is either on the street or in the
olllce of some other business man.
Indeed, he is anywhere but just where
he is supposed to be ; and wherever
lie is, during the day, his shilt
sleeves betoken' an employment, m
which he is neveV enjiaged.
The practice ol Honolulu ladies
doing their shopping without leuving
their carriages, will doubtless, in
time, call for a remodelling of Ho
nolulu stores. The merchant who
ouu grasp the future conditions from
this piaetice, will doubtless build
his next store with a carriage way
up the middle and have his counters
and shelves 'on both sides ot the
track. Another icmark and I have
done. I ob.-eive that lime has little
value in Honolulu, mid every tiim
sactiou seems to be carried out on
tUe "dill.v dally" or delay principle.
There is everything to remind one
of eternity here; but very little to
remind one ot time, except the clock
of ihe Pbiuijig Mills, when it does
not stop. COHIAMU.II.
BASEBALL A SOCDESTIOH.
Emtok Hl'MXtin: As the sea
son commences next Saturday, May
4th, for tin live or six clubs lo play
out on the ngiilar grounds, and :ih
a number of us lako great pleasure
in seeing said games, the only
iiimifcuiiidil allow eil us, would ft Im
out of Older to. suggest with all due
respect, that as (he names of good
players of oilier countries are ot
world wide repute, that the names
lie published of (he players of each
club, po us to enhance the interest
in the games to be played ?
If the Urux'iiN, with its usual
enterprise, would send ouoof it3 po
lite reporter to interview the cap
lain of each club,-he could no doubt
get n correct list of each. It would
go far to make the interest greater
than it now is. And whnt is to pre
vent in the near future, one or more
of our members being sent na dele
gate to tho United States as n repre
sentative o Hawaii. W have cent
abroad to different aflair a a cost ,
to the vcounlr -- Ui bamui, France!
nufi America, etc. -and why not us
base bull plajers. without cost to j
the tax piuers," and with a chance
ot getting a salary ot SoOOO to 310,
0pj5 We may look a long lime be
'fore we have another visit from any
club here, after the late experience
arrivir.g n-j they did o.i Sunday,
ntid not beli'g allowed tn play, be
ing tlie babhtitli, which, we being a
little better Hum the rest of tho
world, would not allow; notwith
standing that in San Francisco 20
steamers go on pleasure excursions
on Unit day, bauds playing, etc, anil
the only wonder ia that the tram
cars are allowed to run to the park,
because "don't you know" they
might do wrong in going there.
No one asks the goody goody peo
ple to go to the park or go out to
the baeb.ill. In iaet, they are bet
ter away. ul then it is me oniy
dav we mechanics have to enjoy
ourselves. Why should the minor
ity rule, even if "it he the age of re
form, as long us everything is con
ducted in oider? Rut it is about
timo to slop all Connecticut Rlue
haws here. As poor Chinamen are
hauled up for playing donnnos on
week days, not Mindays. I the
very good people dared they would
make laws that would soon result in
their being placid win re Ihey be
long. There is a medium in every
thing, and I would bo the last to
advocate public houses to bo open
on Sunday, but do allow us some
little amir-emeul, outside of going
to ehun.li and Wednesday evening
prayer meetings, and Y. M. C. A.
lectures. So say we all of in.
Honolulu. April 21Uh, IBS'.).
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
WHO IS TO BLAME?
ICiutoi! Uui.i.mis: Yesterday
afternoon, n native Hawaiian enter
ed my ofllec with the usual subscrip
tion list in his hand. Alter examin
ing its heading I read the pitiful
storj of a man who ha ordered to
the 'settlement on Molokai (the living
grave as it was termed) was wanted
to ptovlde foi wile and children before-
Upon questioning the in ox. I
learnt that he was the eiv person
mentioned, und he hiinselt was
soliciting subscriptions and collect
ing money for the support of his
family which he had to leave behind
him sometime during next week.
This is the first lime that such a
thing occurred to me during my 24
ear.s residence here, and I can but
admire the pluck of this man,
whether he collects money for the
purpose of providing for his family
But how about the segregation
laws? How about the liberal legis
lative, appropriations? How about
the charitable institutions? Who is
to blame? Ykxatob.
The first section of the Act of
ISIS, lo, prevent special pleading,
does not apply to the verification of
libels in udtni'ralty or bills in equity.
Seudder et al. vs. Weeks, 1 Ilnw.
, sUll AOA1NST 111U U01 CllXMKNT.
A suit o.uiiiot be instituted against
this government, without the per
mission of the King in council.
Cuthliert vs. The Hawaiian Govern
ment, 1 Haw. 101. Rut see Act
"To provide for the bringing of
suits by or against the Hawaiian
Government;" Session Laws 1S88,
eli.r.l, p. 122.
To support the plea of tender,
and thereby save coaIs, it must ap
pear that the lender was absolute,
and nut coupled with any condi
Money tendered with a demand
for a receipt is not a legal tender.
Hardy vs. Angel, 1 Haw. 110.
No tender is necessary when it is
ieaon.thly certain that it will ha re
fused. Johnson vs. Tisdale, -l Haw.
TESTIMONY UY .COMMISSION.
Kvory petition for a commission
under our statute, should set forth
the names of the witnesses; that
they are without the kingdom; that
they arc material; and that the
paity asking tor the commission,
cannot safely pioceed to dial with
out their evidence.
As a general rule the allldavit
should set foith what the petitioner
expects to be able lo niovc by the
witnesses; but the Court will not re
quire it to be set forth, where good
leasoiis are shown why it should not
be. Rut on a motion lo giant a
second commission, to take the
evidence of new witnesses, the
Com t will always require the party
asking for it, to state in the allldavit
what he expects to prove by the
witnesses named. If there are bills
of sale, deeds, or oilier writings of
any kind to be proved, they should
be annexed lo the ullldavii, and
maiked as they are referred to in
the interrogatories, l'ell vs. Patke,
1 Haw. io0.
When testimony had bsen taken
by a commission, under letters roga-
loty aildrcssfii -.o :, t,. b. District
Com I in Califoinii, it was received,
although it did not appear that the
testimony had been taken under a
special order Itom the Court to
whom the letteis logalmy weiesent.
DEATH OF J. H. DRUMS JR.
It is with regret that we announce
the death ot J. Henry Rruns Jr.,
which took place about 9 o'clock,
last evening, altera brief illness, in
tho thiitictli year of his ngo. Ho
took cold a few' days ago, erisipelns
set in and despite tho effotts of the
best medical skill dfed as stated
above. The deceased was a well
known and much respected young
man in this community. He was nt
one time in business for himself as
nn upluil-t-rer and cabinet maker,
at the corner of Rethel and King
streets, but lor a long time past had
worked for Mr. C. E. Wlllinm3. The
deceased was 1st sergeant in Com
pany A Honolulu Rilled, and also a
member of Oceanic Council No. 777
American Legion of Honor. He
leaves a wife and three children, fa
ther and mother, three brothers and
two sisters lo mourn his loss.
The funeral takes place tins after
noon at half-past four o'clock, from
the lesidcnco of his parents, 51o Rc
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
To-morrow, Rfiay 2nd,
AT I!i O'CLOCK SOOS,
Oil the I'lViulsex. t'mt street. I will
se 1 at 1'ublle motion,
The Wooden Building,
Kormetly occupied by A. L. Smith.
Tjr.5t.nK caw u.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
88 & 81
Wholesale & Heiail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles XS Latest Design jgS All Prices.
JD. 13. SMrrn, Ajfont.
CELEBRATING AN ANNIVERSARY.
The Uev. Dr. Lowell Smith, fa
ther of Jlrs. 11. K. Dillingham and
Mr. A. L. Smith, and the Hev. II.
H. l'aiker, pastor of the Kawaiahao
Church, arrived in these islands in
the year 1833. Today these two
gentlemen, who are the oldest mis
sionaries living on the island", are
celebrating the liftv-sixth anniver
sary of their arrival. May they JAS. F.
both live to see many more anniver- o;is
Regular Cash Sale !
To-morrow, May 2, '89,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Al my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
cell at Piilille Auction,
Dry G-oods, Olotliing,
(Vockiry ami too -ei Irs.
Show Cases iiml Klsluies,
And at 12 o'clock noon,
I Hawaiian Bred Horse,
Broken In Harness;
I Now Brake, I Set of Harness.
Uo X 0
TTTvnci a. nf
MliJJMlO 6L jJ.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
Ti!E NATIVE FRANCHISE.
Kditoi: IIi;i.m:tin: If there is
one thing above all olheis will hrmg
me into pi. ut over my own name, it
is those dn-stardly attacks on the
capabilities of natives as a govern
ing "power among themselves. I
thank you for your own remarks in
reply to "Equity," by the bye a
very bad cognomen and I would
lefer that gentleman to a reply!
made in your issue of Dec. 2nd,
188d, to a person who signed him
self "Sojourner." Almost all 1 said
then applies lo the remarks of
"fvpiity." 1 am vain enough lo
think that reply woith reproducing,
Mr. Editor, for the benefit of any
who may be iiillucuced by what
"Equity" now says. "Equity"
makes a very iinlnippy allusion to
Uncle Ham's management of the In
dians, for, as an Amt'iicau citizen,
1 must confess I do not know of any
one thing Uiule Sam has done which
presents a more deplorable failure
of what your correspondent signs
himself, "Equity." His presump
tion in comparing a "silent ka
nnUa" and a "dead Indian," is a
piece efoimnitigatcd brass such as
1 cannot conceive any man who un
derstands our politics guilty of.
The question is not "what shall
we do will) tho natives?" but on the
nntive-side "what shall wo do with
the whites?" They have an iiudis
putuhu right to look at things from
this standpoint! Let white men be
lioneM. They came heie to make
nullify . They slay heie to make
money, and they do it right straight
ul'iig even if thny loan a paltry
hundred on a little l.uleana, and
then gobble it up for interest and
the Loid kiuni what.
There ain jut as good natives
living now as there ever were,
mid the 1800 elections will show it
(that is if the white man keeps the
cursed gin bottle well guarded and
docs not use undue iiiiloeueo at the
W. V. Kl.YXOMM.
Honolulu, April iiOlh.
Mr. Felix Ollert will give his
piano recital at the Jlawaijan Opera
House to-morrow evening, assisted
by local talent. A capital pro
gramme him been hi ranged. The
box plan for the sale of scats cnu he
found al the olllcc of J, K. Uiown
& Co., Merchant sticet. Wit It such
an attractive programme there
ought to be a good house. '
Pont vs. Lady Jane, 1 Haw. UY2.
Trover brought by ihe heir against
the relations of the widow, who died
before Her dower was set off, for
taking away and converting to their
own use personal piopeity belong
ing to the husband's estate: Held,
that the defendants were liable, and
could not defend themselves by say
ing that the property conveitid
amounted to moie than the window's
share of her husband's, personalty.
Kcliipclapclu vs. 1'amano ot al., 1
VUNDOI5 OF -IIII.
A vendor of a ship cannot recover
in an action for the purchase money,
until he has ur?t
and surileient bill
lane vs. Cilmorc,
tendered a good
of sale. Maefar
1 Haw. -IS.
Vr.RIlICT Or JL'IIY.
When the jury take the law into
their own hands, and liml a verdict
contrary to the law, without regard
ing the instructions ot the Court,
the (.uiirt will set aside such a ver
dict so oltsn as it is letiiined. Lewis
vs. Davis, 1 How. M I.
OF I'l.AlNTIPF M
Every civil action to be tried in
any of ihe Courts of iccord in this
kingdom, shall be commenced by
pi'litiou, which shall be verified by
ihe oath of the pla'mliil, or some
one on his beludf, who is able, of
his own knowledge, to swear to the
truth ol the facts therein sot forth.
Morgan vs. Manuel, 1 Haw. lfio.
A verification which stated that
the party had read the pleading,
and tlie "the same is true according
to the best of his knowledge and be
lief," is not a sutlicieiit vei ideation!
TilE EMPEROR WILLIAM AT HOME.
A wi iter in the lierlin "Tageblatt"
gives some interesting paiticulars
concerning the home life of the. Em
pcior William II. Like his grand
father, the Emperor loves to live
simply, and, when his habits
ate not inleifeied with by the pie
senci! of distinguished guests at the
Castl", he rises al seven, break fasts
at half-past, and dines with the
Empress at the unfashionable hour
of one. His favorite relaxation is
to play with his children. Every
day he receive, upon an average,
about UOO letteis. '1 bene are brought
to him on a salver as they ariive,
and he opens those letters which
bear a handwriting, a coat of arms,
or a postmark which is known to
him, or excite his curiosity. The
rest of the corrcpondence goes un
opened to the Civil Cabinet, ihe
members of which deal with it as
may lie necessary, ine majority oi
the envelopes contain begging let
ters or personal petitions. The
Empeior hns only one body servant
at a time in attendance upon him,
and this man shaves him, takes care
of his waidiobe, and affoids him
what assistance lie requires while
dressing. Much of the Emperor's
time is spent in his piivate library,
where he writes much and rapidly.
Every new book, and every news
paper dealing with military or nawd
subjects, whether it he in German,
French, Russian, or English, is seen
by him; and, besides being a regu
lar bibliomaniac, so far as regards
books on strategy and mililaiy his
tory, he is an enthusiastic collector
ol portraits and autographs of his
more celebrated contemporaries. He
leaves the education of his childien
entirely to the direction of tlie Em
press, who is not only a strict dis
ciplinarian, but also extremely at
tentive to the religious training of
the young Princes. This she at
piesent herself undertakes. At the
outset of his reign, the' Emperor
rendered himself somewhat notor
ious for his readiness to speak in
public. Curiously enough, he has
the reputation among his personal
friends of being one of tlie most
silent of men, save on the rare occa
sions when he throws off the
I'm- monarcn aim gives rein to tus natural
high spiiiis. So much is this the
case, that in his household the say
ing is, "Tlie Emperor never speaks;
he only orders." Homo News.
N. 11. On and after
of our Dressmaking llooms.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
-OFFEK AT UE1) ROOK PIUCES-
Lease of Premises
On MONDAY, May (5, '89,
AT I O'CLOCK XOO.
S niv Sid'-Rioom, Queen street, I will
ell tiil'tililii! Auctlcu, by onlirofJIr
Tho Lease of Government Lot,
!Np. 17, mi Foil street.
Above tho Cu-tom I eusi, together with
California Hay, Gals, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal, V""VJ '
Barley, Iiolled Barley, ?,
Middling- Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour i'
Telephones, No. 175.
Cor. Edinhurgli & Q,ueenStB.
.13 nil cling"
Theicon, knoHii ns
The Lease lew sitimil 15 years lo run
il nn minimi nnlal "I $300. The liuihl
me; i- 'J.-ti.ry Ingh, inni ouuiiplcs ftb. u'
hull ihe lot. 'I lie iitu.ili'iu oMhispiu.
I crty cia I ort stn-ci, ami i cuness to the
wliiirvus, unite it a ilusireable mcrcau.
lile or storage stunil.
TICK 31 ft :.isn.
For piirticibiis up ly to Q. West
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Tie Finest Assortment of Stylish MUery
Ladies', Misses' it Children's Untiimmed Hats,
cowers, iancy moosus,
WILL BE EXHIBITED-
Rto " W -
.lw ..... gj,
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots St Slioes,
So. !iO X'.uinnu Nt,
All work : aiaiiletil. Lowest prices.
The very lie t luullior Kepi on hunil
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Best of This Week.
Wo have imported the finest, class of Millineiy, regardless tho cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. Tlie ladies are
coidially invited to inspect our goods.
CHA3. J. FDSHE,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Foit it Hotel Bts.
NOTICE of BEMOVAL.
SUPREME CBURT-A7 CHAMBERS,
nutoitr. m'uci.i.y, j.
Monday, April .'!0.
In re estate of Koiijj J.eeii. Peti
tion of Lau Chout, adiiimi-ir.unr,
for allowance of aeeoiints and dis
charge. The Court orders the ac
counts appioved and the adminis
trator's bond cancelled, alv-o that
the voucheis be returned to the ad
ministiator. I'. Neumann, fer petitioner.
OX account of my intemllug to leave
Honolulu nn May lOihnn the Uina
tllhi, I request all peivons having any
claims against mis to present them at
the ollleu of A. Jaeger.
J. X. ROBINSON.
Honolulu, April !!0, 18SU. '-'37 lw
IS heivhy given tha' the partnership
heretofore e.i ting between i hung
Tin Kwai and Qwong YlekLimg, under
the lb in name of Qwong Yiek Lunj; Co.
doing hie-iucM at Kahiilul, Mani, has
been dissolved. The buMncts will
heiieefnitli he can led on by Qwong
Vlel: Lung, who will collect all the
debts and pay all tlu liabilities of the
late thin -.'iio aw
I" XS 23 iOIMOK:
Of beit f-cotch make; Sqimro
WHITE'S PORTLAND CEMENT,
In lS-eallon Putynt Drums;
In 12 gallon Patent Drums;
Rocksalt in large lumps
For sale tit lowest rates in lots to
F. A. Schaefer & Oo.'s
L SMITH lm-i removed bis plneo
of business on Fort s'reel to
ill Kore in the McTiityrc BIoU, just
e'l.w Wearer & Oo.V, Fori, stieut
h ic he will lw pleiseil to hw bis
ei stom is until hi- ini More is finished.
NOTICE of REMOVAL..
T W. MCG1TIKE having moved bis
place of business from the ofllee
of the Hawaiian Tiansfer Co., to the
harness shop of F. Philips, No. 02 King
street, begs to notify hi fi lend and the
public generally that lie Is ready to con
tinue the express and dr.iy business
under the nauie of .T V. McGtiire. Bell
Telephone No. Ill, Mutual fi:s. 230 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
("VXLlliha street. ltcnt$12
&& Imi'iiie of
JI. S. GR1NUAUM & CO.,
23!? lw Queen street.
It. AV. WILCOX,
Cfoil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole ngent for ihe Maic Window
Screens, Combined Bevel Squares, 8tan.
diud, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Bicycles, TricjclfS, Velocipedes, etc.
Ollic, corner of Bethel and Kingsts.,
upsiiiir4. Apr-17 811-ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
Lessee tie Jlunager
Lewis J. Levey.
Itooins and nccommoda.
lion for housekeeping for a
loiip'cma Him locality on the line of
.truit cars. Addioss "P," Bui.mctin
olllce. 212 lw
AT a meeting of tbo Elele Publishing
Co held in Honolulu, April 10,
18SU, the following ofliccis were elected:
T. It Luciu. President,
Hon. .1. S Walker Treasurer,
H. d. Uriibbe Secretary,
I). W. Pun, )
T. lieu, - Director.
n. G. CKABBE,
Sccietury Klulo Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 180. 229 lm
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a contlgnment of New
Zealand .linns, aborted cases. For
sale at low priees lv
J. E. BHOWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot at the
r-chool stieets, over j of an
acre with one Cottage
J. M. VIVAS.
ui:foiiu 1'itnsTox j.
In the matter of the estate of J,
B. Keoiiohii, deceased. Petition for
probato of will. The Court allows
the motion for removal of order for
dismissing the petition, made the
previous (lay. Case further contin
ued to Muy'aUtli,
In the matter of thu brig Consti
elso. Order for release on bond.
The Couil approves of the bond for
S7000 and ciders release.
J. 'iii coluini.t,
iiiii.h, iiurel) loc immtr
to fureigu countries, $S per
"VT KITH Bit the captain i.orthe agents
X of tlie UrltUli hark ".Umit ca" will
be iC'P'iiible for wiy dubu contiucted
by the ollletis or eru'w, during her ttay
F. A. SCHAEPEK & CO.,
2)(i :ii Agents burk "Juumleu."
A LL pin tics who ain Indebted to the
's It. in el Egim & Co, 75 iii.il 17
Fort fleet, ine iKpietid to inuku uu
lnmii'ili 'In Ktih'iiiiut. Legal neiions
will le Inlicn on till hccouiiih which re.
main unp.ild May 1, 1H8M 228 td
YO.UNO Man (I'ortugiieK') wishes
u hltiuitlini us coaeliniin or eur.
dt nor, oi botu. BjunU'" EiigJiph and
will imtku himbu)f lioiiful hi any way,
Apply to ' ' '
Sua lw GONSAJVJIIS & CO,
For n Short Season Only
Saturday, iay 4, 1889,
Engugiiiu-ni of the World Ho.
Cyclist and Champion Trick Rider,
Who will appear In hi. famous, cxhlbi.
Two and Ono Wheel Cycles.
Special F.ngHguinenl of
Who will appear en ihoTiapczo and for
ihib uccasluu will perform a
Mew Flight of the Most Difflcult Kind
I'ltlUlM an VHVM..
rarBox plan will open at Lewis J
Levey's olllce, corner of Fori and Q ecn
ttcets, on 'lliursday morning, iluy 2nd,
ul '. o'clock. 2a Ol
TF' YOU LOSE ANYTHING.
X advertlBo ia Jhe ','DaJly Bulltlln." '
AWtt. A A HOUSE with 3 large and
t&l&M XX a small 10' nm with kit
'&&&& eht'ii and Imihrcoin altacliid,
on Alakea 'trcot, fppoito Hr, Me
WayneV. Aiplv to .John Cook, on pre
wlbcs. or ut this olllce. 210 tf
ItOOMS TO L72T
ud llooins. Board if re.
quiicd. Apply nt "L'haniher.
lain llunt-c," King htreet, opposlto Ka
wainliuo t?eniliuiry, 18-f tf
Furnished llooins To Lot
Ban FitANCJfcco, Cal.,
Febimiry 10, 18b9. J
WE herewith cettily that Messis.
Ondd & Miller are our duly nil.
thorlzcil and only ngenls for the Hn.
waiian Inlands for the bull) of our Lager
Beer in kvn.
JOUN WIKLAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John H. Wieland BroB.
Kcmoval of Bni'licr Shop.
MP. JAltDIM bin removed Ida
hbop Jiom Kiut' street to JlcOiir.
tliy's Billiard FailorB, Foit ttreet, where
he is prepared to terve with the best
cure and neatness the avocation of his
art, Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 2;l 8!).ly
CLEAN, plcnsnnt llooins to
lutal thu MtOrow Iloute,
n rently occii led by Mr. King,
on Punchbowl sirect, opposlto tho North
Facltlc lnsttiic. 22!t lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NKW uutuumr uar.
riaee iust ilnihud
: and handsomely trluuucd
in iirsi class bivlu must hu immediately
bold to close an assignment, can be seen
utW. H. Page' oirriaijc miinufactury,
No. 128 Fori street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Alt. KOW AT, Veierlnary Burgeon,
olllce and pharmacy ui Hawaiian
Hotel Miibles, i ornur Hotel and Hlcliurd
bluets, t-ciemlllc ireatmrut In all (lis.
eiu.es o( domestic animals Orders for
plantation and ranch htrmk promptly
attended to, Mutual Teltphona 3C4,
P. O. Box 320. nih.18.8!)
Cliil Ooie Dining Room
Having secured (he services of a
Fil'Ht OlltHH Coolt
And made many other changes In the
management wo are now pre.
pared to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,