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DAI-bY-BtiCLLEOMN' HttmLtfLU, H. IM MA2P 2, 1889.
Tenders will be reeeied at the
Ollke of the Boatil of Education un
til WEDNESDAY, the 8th hist., nt
12 o'clock noon, for the construction
nnd completion of a Sehoolhouse
20x40x12 feet, with two rooms, on
the lot belonging to the Board of
Education, at the corner A Bore
tania and Piikoi streets, Kuhiohnhun.
Plans and specifications inny bo
seen at the Office of the Board of
By order of the Bo.ud of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Oflico, May 1, 1S89.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1889.
Chicken-stealing has become a
common, and every night occur
rence. Several oases have been re
potted in the papers recently, but
they arc only u fraction of the
whole. We are not inclined to blame
the police to the extent that some
people do, recognising the fact that
when a thief has rcs-olved upon go
ing into a man's back yard, with the
view of cairying away what poultry
he can get hold of, he does not ap
prise the police of his intentions. Of
, course, if the act were committed
in the streets, of which the police
aie supposed to have charge, it
would be different. But at the same
time, chickens have been recently
stolen from places so near where
policemen are supposed to be on
duty that people have good reason
for indulging lellectionb coindemn
atory of the police. Tor instance,
thefts have been committed on the
most populous parts of Nuuanu
Avenue, wheie an ollicer should be
constantly on duty, and at the time
there was no oflicer there. If the
police are not directly censurable
for the theft, somebod is to blame
for their absence when needed.
A PRIMARY SCHOOL.
The following document is self
DEPARTMENT Ol' EDUCATION,
Honolulu, April 30.1S89. j
lions. W. (J. Wilder, W. O. Smith
and others, residents of Winds
7 and S of UiN city.
Gentlemen:--Referring to your
petition of tlu (itli mst., to the Board
of Education, Jul the establishment
of a primary school on the Board's
lot situate between Bcretania and
Kinau streets, on Piikoi street, I am
instructed to say that the same has
been authorized by the Board, and
tenders for the work will be called
for without delay.
I have the honor to be, your obe
W. Jas. Smith,
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Apiil, 1881), was i,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year.,
Fiom 1 to n...
Froni.r) to 10..
From 10 to 20
From 20 to 80.
From SO to 40...
From 40 to .10...
From CO to 00...
From CO to 70...
.20 Females, 10
Other nations.. . II
cau.si: ok dkatii.
Fracture of Skull, 1
Hemorrhage .... 1
Old Age 7
Typhoid Fever.. 1
L'leer of Stomach 0
Bowel Complaint 1
Dig. of Heart. ..
Dis. of Brain....
Dls. of Lungs...
Number unattended ..in
COMIMUATIVK ilONTHI.Y WOHTAL1TY.
Apr. 1885., .,... .17 I Apr. J888 SO
Apr. ltoO .1!) Apr. 188! 15
Apr. 1 87 r7
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
All others 20.00
, C. B. Huyxolps,
Audit Board of Health.
IF YOU, FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it In the "Dally Bull Jtin."
A RURAL HOME IN THE CITY.
No iumo is better known in this
community than that of Mr. John
Thomas Watorhouse. For OS years
tho gentleman has been identified
with the commercial and social Ufa
of Honolulu. And still Mr. Water
house and Mrs. "Watei house, who
have fought the battle of life to.
collier for over fifty years, arc with
us, and are hale and hearty. The
combined ages ot the ver.eral couple
reach within n tittle of IdO jears.
Their residence is nlso well known
to every member ot the community,
because of the uniqueness of its sur
roundings. The premises front on
Xiiimuu Aenuo, with the dwelling
located quite n d'Htance back from
the publiu thoroughfare. The front
fence, built of masonry and orna
mented, is unlike any other fence in
the country. The space between
the fence and house, in addition to
shade and fruit trees, (lowers, etc.,
is occupied by large images of lions,
decrs, and other animals. These
arc unique features, visible to the
public, and invariably catch tho eye
and arrest the attention of tho passer-by.
Glimpses only can be
caught of the comfortable dwelling
nestling in among luxuriant growths
and perpetual verdure.
But some of the most stiiking and
charming beauties of the spot can
not be seen fiom the public road
way. To the rear of the dwell
ing arc extensive grounds,embracing
many acies. Near the centre is a
beautiful lake, deep enough and
largo enough for the movements of
a small pleasure boat. Its waters
them with fish, and are dotted over
with lilies, at present in full bloom.
Around the margin of this lake is a
great variety of trees cocoanut
palms, coffee tieos laden with fruit,
etc., etc. Overlooking the water,
fiom all sides, arc neat little arbots.
Near by aie stables and enclosures
for horses and cows, and among the
last named class of animals is a
splendid pure bred Ilolstein cow, of
faultless model and spotless beauty.
Fields of sorghum, fodder for the
animals, beautify portions of the
grounds. Servants arc well provid
ed with neat little cottages, con
structed with a view to comfort and
supplied with conveniences not al
ways possessed by those who "earn
their hi end by the sweat of their
Here in the populous part of Ho
nolulu, and near one of our main
streets, is this charming rural spot
undulating lands, a miniature
lake, luxuriant vegetation, and the
evidences of comfort supplied by
the ait of man. And here the owner
occupies most of his time when not
travelling planning, inipioviug, di
recting his workmen, etc. Blessed
with a sufficiency of IhiswornTs pos
sessions so as to bo above the neces
sity of labor or business, he finds
pleasure and enjoyment in the occu
pation just now indicated. lie pays
out quite a large sum of money
weekly in wages.
That Mr. Watcrhouse, with the
devoted partner of over fiftv vears,
may occupy many y ears longer their
earthly paradise, is the sincere wish
of a large circle of relatives and
friends, to which the Buuxtin fer
vently ado3, "So be it."
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
m.rouu iio'cuu.Y ,i.
Thursday, May 2d.
In re estate of Nancy Wirt. Pe
tition for probate of will. Continued
to the Mill inst. W. O. Smith peti
tioner in person ; J. L. Kaulukou for
ADVAHCL IN HYGIENIC CLOTHING.
The new cellular clothing now
coining into use in England is said to
be u success. It is woven out of the
same materials as the common
weaves of cloth, being simply, as
its name indicates, closely woven
int'j cells, tho network of which is
coveied over with a thin Hull'. Its
porous quality allows the low pass
ing of tho outside and inside air,
giving time for the outside air to be
come of the same temperature as
tho body, obviating all danger of
catching colds and allowing vapors
constantly exhaled by the body to
pass off, thus contributing toward
health and cleanliness. The common
objection to cotton clothing that it
is productive of chills and colds is
removed if woven in this manner,
and the invention can certainly be
said to bo strictly in accordance
with hygienic and scientific princi
ples. THE HUSBAND'S NOME DUTY.
According to our ideas on such
Htibjects it is just ns much the hus
band's business 'Ho make home the
brightest anil most alluring haven
of rest and pence upon ul the
earth" as it tho wife s. The idea
that A mother who has been "work
ed and worried to death" all day by
the cares and annoyances of a house
hold, perhaps witli a sick child to
nurse, and iu feeblo health at that,
should luivo to !0 beyond hprpowet s
of enduianco In order to "make
home attractive" to some great lub
ber of a husband, with the muscles
of nn ox, tho health uf a wluilo and
the digestion of an ostrich, is ultnr
ly absurd and inhuman. Let him
go to work and make homo "attrnc
tivo" to her. Or, not to run the
extremes on cither side, let the hus
band join with tho wife in mutual
efforts to make their home pleasant
for tho wholo family.-fN. Y.
THE OLDEfJT DAILY in tho
X KiDBdoni "The Daily Bulletin."
A STRANQE DISCOVERY.
AN OLD SOLlHElt'S STOHY.
I sprang to my feet, and grasping
my niece, lied almost crazed, and
reached the sentry box just as tho
Relief approached, and then with a
hoi rilled moan, I fell insensible to
thu g-ound. When I recovered my
senses I found myself in the aunrd
room, and the ollicer of the day
tny own captain anxiousl' scanning
uiy face. Taking a copious draught
ot whHcoy I was soon myself again,
and calling the captain to one side I
told him the whole story. Although
he poo-poo'd the matter, I could,
nevertheless, sec that the stoiy mov
ed biin, and I begged most earnestly
that a party might be sent with mc
tobiingthe body in. After some
urging he consented, and in an
hour, with four men and a stretcher,
we wendcrcd our way to the spot.
That night poor Jack lay in the
dead house, sine of u soldier's
grave, and the total obliteration
trom his name of the terrible charge
The reason of Jack's disappear
ance being now known, the next
question that agitated the command
was, "Who is his murderer?" lie
was murdered beyond a doubt: his
head was terribly mashed, and his
throat cut from ear to ear. Many
and earnest were the oaths made
the next morning when we buried
him, to find who the villain was, and
then to visit upon his head the full
measure of a soldier's vengeance.
The only person upon whom any
suspicion fell was Sergeant Jones,
and that because of two circum
stances: being the last person Been
in Jack's company, and the finding
of his clasp knife near the body
of the dead man. But as no orders
had come from the Commandant in
reference to him, nothing ollicially
was done. However, 1 made up tny
mind to undertake on my own re
sponsibility the solution of the mys
tery. Some days passed and noth
ing occurred. Jones showed no
signs of guilt, nor were his actions
in anyway suspicious. One night 1
accidentally discovered that the sus
pected man was a sotiambulist.
Hope grew with this, for something
seemed to tell me that in this way
would 1 be able to ascertain the
truth. For two entire nights I lay
awake watching the man, hoping
that an opportunity would present
itself, yet feariue; lest it might, for
to tell the truth, I did not relish the
idea ol proving Jones' guilty, we
had served a long time together ami
I bad grown fond of him, for there
weic a good inui5f soldioily and
manly traits about him. On the
third night, at midnight, I saw him
arise from his bed and deliberately
pioceed to dress himself. 1 could
hardly credit my senses. The hour
seemed to have come at last. Hav
ing dicssed, he lelt the room. I
followed closely and stealthily at his
heels. My impulse, on our reaching
the arcade, and on seeing him
asleep, was to awaken him, but on
setond thought 1 concluded that the
hand of Providence was in the affair,
and would that night cither attest
his innocence or avenge poor Jack's
death. Slowly he went mound the
building to the rear. After climbing
the low stone wall, he cntoied the
old ioad that led to the woods.
Crouching, and cteeping in the
shadow ot the bushes, I continued
to follow him. Words cannot de
scribe my feelings as we ncared the
fatal spot in the woods. I grew
chilled and faint, and then nervous
and feverish. On, on wo went until
wc reached the tuin in the woods,
lie stopped, and passing his hand
nervously across his forehead seem
ed at a loss how to proceed. My
brent li almost blopped, and the wild
beating of my heait could plainly be
heaid. At last he made the turn,
and alter pioceeding a few yards,
stopped again, and at the very spot
from which we had taken Jack's
body. I hid behind the bushes, and
with burning, anxious eyes, watch
ed him. lie stood near tlie spot
seemingly in deep thought. J he
wind moaned and giouuecl dismally,
the night bird shrieked, and the
wolf howled. My flesh began to
creep, and big drops of cold peispir
ation stood on my forehead. I trem
bled like an aspen leaf. The ser
geant now began to gather some
leaves and faggots, and carrying
them to the spot, cast them on the
ground, muttering, "It will soon be
hid." This being done lie left the
place, mid by the same road and in
the same manner ii'tnined and went
All sleep for mo was banished
that night. 1 paced the loom until
morning, and, an soon as revelle
was over, J communicated my dis
loiery to the Captain. At first he
was inclined to disbelieve me, saying
Unit the discoveiy of thu body "hud
bo preyed upon my mind Unit I
would believe everything I imagined,
but, on my persisting in the truth
fulness of my story, and expressing
a willingness to swear to the same,
he took me to the Colonel. Well, tho
result of my intenvieiv was tho nr
icst of Jones on the charge of wil
fully murdering Downey. When ar
rested, the sergeant simply smiled,
and with a porceptnble sneer assert
ed liis ability to prove his innocence,
Nothing moved him, and he so
stolidly persisted in his innocence,
that more than one, including tho
Colonel, began to look upon my
etatoinent with a suspicious oyp.
Sly position was now anything but
an enviable one, but mj' feeling as
suring me that I had found tho
guilty man, I determinedly stood
my ground. A Courtmartinl was or
dered, and Jones, from the moment
he received a copy of tho charges,
became a changed man. His health
so failed that ho presented a pitiful
spectacle on tho morning of the
Court's convening. To tho chargo,
ho entered a plea of "not guilty." I
was tho fhst witness called. During
the narration of my testimony thu
prisoner gazed upon mo without
llinching, but when I told him of his
somnambulistic journey, ho bioko
down enliiely, and starting to his
feet, iu a frenzied voice exclaimed :
"At last, my God, at last 1" and
then sank invisible to the floor.
That night he sent for the Judge
advocate, and made a full and de
tailed confession of the whole mat
ter, and a more cold blooded murder
never bcfoie stained the annals of
crime. lie had gotten Downey
dt link, and as they wcro passing
through the woods, ho felled him
with a large stone, and then robbing
him, lied the spot. Fearing, how
ever that ho was not dead, he re
turned, and after dclibeiatcly sev
ering his windpipe covered him in
the manner already stated, intending
to return at another time and re
move the body. This he could
never find courage to do, and that
preying on his mind, no doubt,
caused the sleeping adventure that
led to his conviction. The next
morning, the confession being read
in Court, Jones was, of course, found
guilty, and sentenced to be hanged.
From the hour of the reading of
the sentence to him the prisoner's
mind began giving awaj', and in
less than a weel' after his conviction
he was a raving maniac ; and before
the sentence ot the Com t, on that
account, could be reviewed by the
authorities, he had hung himself in
The almighty vengeance had
leached the murderer, and in a far
distant coiner of the opening, we
buried him, where, till the coming
of the last day, he .will lie,
unhoiiored, and unsung.
Inventor Edison, together with
Hon. Thomas Lowry of Minneapolis,
lias patended u steam "linau
gtaph." This "lingaugraph" is
designed to be used on locomotives
in place of the stoani whistle. The
machine talks instead of shrieks.
Instead of whistling once for down
biakes, it bellows the word
"biakes." It is all a question of
pipes, valves and key-board, and
when the tiling is finally perfected it
will toot the names of all the stations
alonjr the line. "Cleveland Leader.
An English plrysician advances
two arguments against the establish
ment of free libraries, one, at least,
of which certainly has the meiitof
novelty. The iiist plea urged is
that the germs of disease are apt to
bo conveyed in books that are oil cil
iated without lestriction. This pos
sibility will, of course, be granted,
though tho probability of much
danger therefrom is another ques
tion. But the second argument is
a singular one. It is that free libra
ries encouiage men who have been
working all day to pass their even
ings indoors, where the atmosphere
is gas-heated and presumably vitiat
ed. From this it is evident that the
founders of many free libraries have
been mistaken in their ideas, and
that instead of furnishing the means
for spending evenings profitably and
pleasantly they have been hurrying
those whom they wished to benefit
to the grave. fS. F. paper.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular Gash Safe !
To-morrow, Rfiay 3,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Site roo s corner of Foil and
'Queen olicets, I will sell at
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Croekiry & Glassware,
8eks Corn A Bui ley,
MrncerliB, K'c , Etc Also,
1 Large Bicycle & Household Furniture
1 Civviiiin,5 IIoi'He,
And a email lot of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE unutpil meet Ini: of
the lt-t Dlvl.
sion of tint Lilmnkiilani
linnnl Hoelntv will ho held nt the resi
dence nf H. H II- Priiicihs Llliuokalani
nt Miinlauliinl, Piiluma, on WEDNES
DAY, May lfi h, ai -I o'clock r. M., for
election of ollleeis for the enduing year.
A lull nttciida.m'0 is itqiu'ttiwl.
34t PER OKDEK.
IS hereby given that the partnership
heietofoioexl ting between i hung
Tin Kwnl and Qwoug YlekLiuig, under
the firm name of Qwoug Yiek Lung; Co,
doing buslnc.-s at Kahulul, Maui, has
been dissolved. The busbies will
heneefoith be curried on by Qwoug
Ylok Lung, who will collect all the
debts and pay nil the liabilities of the
kite linn 230 2w
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
1 i columns, purely local mutter
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
On MONDAY, May G, '89,
AT 1 O'CLOCK .VOOS,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
cell at Public Auction, by order of Mr.
The Lease of Government Lot,
Ni. 17, on Foit street,
Above the Custom "ouse, together with
Thereon, known ns (ho "Chaytcr
The Lease hus about 15 years to run
at un imtiuitl renin of $3M). The Build,
itig is'J.story high, itnd ucoiiiUb alinui
half the lot. The Munition of ihlb po.
perl)' on Fort stieet, mid iientncs to the
wharves, make It a ilcsireablc mercan
tile or sloi.tgc stand.
JST'For particular ap ily to G. West
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2'V? fit Auctioneer .
PiANO - RECITAL !
TO HE OIYUN' II Y
EELIX OLLERT, Pianist,
Thursday Evening, lay 2nd,
kixuly Assisrnu 1IY
IltHn .1! I.Inlititiui,
1'rtif, BiTjer, nml
Sir. itobt. aiorc.
Piano Solos Overture ot
M. Ue Weber
ltccil Uu Lion
Awakcuhii; of the Lion J
Song railing Flowers Iteiueckc
Piano Polos Taiantelle Dochler
Conceit Vnle I iiHiant....Wifiiiawski
Duett All's Well Iliaham
Mis F. Xo te mill Mr. K. Moie.
Piano Solos Loieley 11. v. Seeling
Conceit Valsc Biilliaut..Maltl Mutley
Song Nightingale Ganz
Piano Solos I iten to the Moo' big
Uiul Yuiiutlons Hoffman
Chat gc de Hussar Spindlei
Duett I would that my Loc
iMi Lisluu.in and Mr More.
Piano Solo -Iteeollcctious of Home.
Accompanist, Trof. Jleiger.
t&8 Tickets to be had at Brown &
Co. ', Met chant st-eet. 1, 0c. and 00c.
Lessee & Manager : Lewis J. Levey.
For a Short beason Only
ri'iay 4, I 889,
ugi m 'ill of the
no vi, id
Cyclist and Champion Trick Rider,
Who will appear In his
Two and One Wheel Cycles.
Special Eiigigement of
Who will appear on tint Trapeze and for
this occasion will perforin .1
New Flight of tho Most Difficult Kind
lICICi:S UH HMVAIi.
PrVHox plan will 1 pen at Lewis J
Lovoy's olllce, corner of Port and Q ion
streets, mi Thin Bday morning, May 2i d,
nt n o'clock. 23ii Ot
Of hcil t-rcitcli make; Square
WHITE'S PORTLAND CEMENT,
In "la-eabon Putcnt Drums;
In 12 gallon Patent Drums;
Rocksalt In large lumps
For sale at lowest rales In lots to
F, A. Schaefer & Co.'s
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL adveitUo ia the "Dally Bulletin."
.'"' At, in:
The Manufacturers Shoe Bo.
88 & aiilLr iiotci at.
Wholesale i Retail
Corroot Stylos gjSF" Latest
B. P. EHLEBS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
W N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking llooms.
-OFFER AT BED
Culiforiiia Hay, Oats, II ran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Telephones, Wo. 175.
Tin Finest Assortment of styM Millinery
aes' 1 immmedl Hats
Ladies', Misses' &, Children's Untiiimncd Hats,
Fine Fricli Flowers, Fancy Slis, Omaments, Laces
'litis Tuesday, Wednesday
0 have unpolled the finest class
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladies are
coidially invited to inspect our goods.
C6-IAS. J. FSSHEP.,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
New Zealand Jams !
UST reccivdl u c .m-ignment of New
sale at low price, hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 2S Merchant street.
NOTICE of HEMOVAL.
Ali SMITH 1ms lemnvt'd his liicc
of business on Fort B'icet to
ih t.tore in tl c Mel ityre Bltx;k, jut
e'nw Werner & Oo.'h, Fort street
h ip lie wi 1 In- pleiihed r sirve his
ui stem isuniil hi-m-i More ifl finished.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
W. McGUIIU: having moved his
nlnee of hiitiiiess from the otlieo
of the Hawaiian Tiansfer Co., to the
harness shop of I Phllii s, No. 92 King
street, begs to notify hisfrieuds and the
public generally that lie is leady to con
tinue the exiiess and dniy 'business
under the name of J W. McGuIre. Bell
Telephone No. Ill, Mutual 5iJ. 2.10 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
',, a fN Liliha street. Rent .$12
t3;a$ V. tier month.
m. s. grinbatjm: & co.,
233 2w Queen street.
REAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at the
corner of Fort and
-chool sticets, over Jy of an
icio with one Cottugi'. Applv 10
214 tf .7. M. VIVAS.
xft5iA A HOUSE with 51 largo and
failMyfi "L " i,ni'H roi ms with kit
AS&MkSS ehen and bathroom attached,
on Alakiu "-tnet, rpposlto J)r. Me-
WayiieV. A pl to .lobu Cook, on ore
mUcs. or at this ofliee.
ROOMS TO LET
Rooms. Hoard if re.
quired, Apply nt "Chuiiiber.
kin Hom-e." Kinjr i-lreet. onnoslto Ka-
wahihuo t-emiimry 184 tf
Furnished Rooms To Lot
CLKiN, pleasant Booms to
lot at thu McUrow House,
r tenily occupied by Mr, King,
on i'unchhnwl siieet, opposite the North
Pucillo Institute. 22U lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
-1 NEW Ciitunder Car
J. riuge just finished
aud handsomely trimmed
in llroi das- stylo must be immediately
bolil' to clos-e un alignment, can be been
nt W, II. PugeV onriayo manufactury,
No, 128 Port ttreel.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
1 iiMi'ii an 1 ii in 1 inn 1 1 ia 111 mum imiiM 11 m ' iinmm 1 11 11 iii 11 11 1 - fumw"
X. B. SMITH, Agrent.
15lh, MISS CLARK will have chaigo
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
and the Rest of This Week.
of Millinery, regardlesH tho cost.
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as aitoruey, attend to collect,
ing in all its branches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Otllce Ul King Sireet Un'btairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Aleo sole agent for the Magic Window
!?cieins, Combined Bevel Squares, htan
durd, Goodrich, elo., Sewing Machines,
Bicjcles, Tricjcles, Velocipedes, etc.
OtllcH, corner ol Bethel and King sic,
upMaira. Apr-17 89-ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of tho Elele Publishing .
Co. hold in llouolulu, Apiil 10,
1889, the follow ing oUlcers were elected:
T. H Lucas pn sldent,
lion. J. b. Walkei Treasurer
D.' W. Pua)'bC' ') Secretary,
T. lieu, ' t Directors.
II. G. ORABBE,
Srcretnry Elele Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, W0. 229 Ira
San Ji'iiAhcibco, Cal.,
Pobiuaiy IU, 18fc9.
WE herewith certily that Messrs.
Dodd & .Miller are our dull aft.
thorized and only agenis for the Hal
wuilun Islands for the bale of our Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
tPOtf JohnH. Wieinnd hroe.
Removal of Barker Shop.
P. JARDIM has removed his
shoo irom Klnir btteut to Mnfim.
Uiy's Billiard Parlors, Port street, who e
ho is prepared to muvo with the but
erne and neatness the avocution of h b
int. Solicits tho kind patronage of all.
11. ROWATi Veterinary Surceon.
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Hotel hlublcs. corner Hotel 11 ml Rlcluird
stieet. t-uleiitlllc tieatment in all dis.
eases ot domrsMo animals Orders for
plantation and ranch 'oek promptly
intended to. Mutual Telephone ;tfi4,
P. O. Ilox 320. nih.18.SO
CI11I) House Din'ng ltocm
Having secured the services of tv
FJrut Class Cook
And made many other changes in the
management wo are now pre
pared to put up tho Y
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
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