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DAILY BULLETIN? H&NOaMJLU, H. X MAY 8, laSSu.
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Tendeis will bo ieeeied at the
Ollice of tin Boatd of Education un
til WEDNESDAY, -ll(u 8th iust., at
li! o'clwk noon, for the construction
cud completion of n SehoolhoU'Se
0x40x12 feet, v.-iwi two roome, on
the lot belonging to tlie Una id of
Education, at the corner U Beio
tunla and Pilkoi streets, Kuhi'ihuhua.
JPUns and ppeoillcatiorip may ho
seen ill the Oflico of the Boaul of
By'frder rif the Unhrd of Educa
Lion. ' W. .IAS. HMITH, , ,
' . Secretary. '
Education Olhre, .May 1, 18St).
Yfjtv( tit ntitkir 'crt rtvr Party,
AVf ts.a&i'it.ttl 'in (if lic.init ol izli.
nx. . may a. tsti.
Bei-.tu-.e iiuiiiiitliiiiiiiing is taught,
a achpol fj. none tin lots a --ohiol.
The nit hhIiumu a ui wink-shops
.-liniiln aiii low.i lii.- cla- room
Iwluili tbV proper
flllRMiiii )l a s-eho
i.i imparling an-
uduiii'ti' menial li. fining. Such
training nuiit -t.'itiil IommuojI, in our
COIlrepudO ui Uli.it, i -irllOdl bllollld
l. . Munutd tiuinui; inn it wupplo
uient tlii- iiifiiiui i..iiniiiM to mil prn
jierly wiitr.n ih' scope ! a school''!
out ieii. urn. At tins point. miscon
ceptions a Use.
On out- hand, tline is daiuter that
the promoter of m:u,u:d .liairiiiig
will s.icnlice the r-al intr.iestH ot the
-M-liunl in ttior ut mere luind.cratl.
Wliuieas the irue conception rcgaids
handicraft, as an i----u-nl itil element
in Hie iiicul.il training oi youth. So
fur af. the piuper liiin-tion of a school
i- concerned, any other conception
must In- legarded as, iiibullicicnl and
miMiti?laclory. A school is not a
woik-almp. It winy liae wrrk-shmi-.
luit the' nui'st iurvc the in
terests of mental n-s trell nh manual
training to jiiitity then' ine-i'iifc
On the other hand, the same
quality ol '. oik should not In ex
acted lioni youth in a -cliool having
worlv-i'riup,' :i J font a uicchantc in
hi-) on'ii dliop. 1'or in one case nc
have tin- c.p lii-need ailisan, and
in tlii-'otliur ihi' liiert'it apprentice.
Agi'iu, the do ai the bench in a
.-cii'inl liaviiig- vuitU-tnop-', i at the
tin. 1 1 lor oiliy :i tma'l pni lion of the
tlay. nl.di' llf nif.'liailic'a ap)itll
tiee, Jor iiilniict- t- -ervuig lull time
e.ich diy. The i)y at school i
getting a valuahie mental training
along with, unii in addition to, -l;i!l
in the u-e ol tools, and it wmild he
tiuieiuir.iblu : exact of him what
i'oukl be vei,. ' i'-'if.V ex.icteil of
one who in? mn nun: as many Jionrt.
each clay'ipJihe lorge or' bench toV
c:i4c,:t it yt'-iiui l.e tipndly uniea
souahle tu leiptiie of the mechanic'
lipprunticc v.lio has gone into a
troik-niiop at llio Hacrilice of his
bchouling. a like skill with the school
lioy in the stndieh of the class
room. Tins i not -:iying that lor uiiiiln
i tan icaaoiiis woil'.-shop training is
jiot as vuluahle as clas-i-room in-!-lruetiouT
'Tlie'boy .wlis sacrifices
fiis schooling for the fake of learn
ing u itvde iimy he a genuinely suc
ce.itul man in the community to
which he livei; and the hoy who
makes the hest m of his school
privileged may;', h(i, m utter failure
nu far as iicing a man of iiillueucu
and uiarJc i- concerned. 'J'hc point
we make, is that a manual training
achool'is after all a school, pure and
simple; not a clump ol vunkhops,
Hint, a schooj, Mcking the inenial
:ultuie apd hand culture alilfc of its
ftidmitH". 'i'he (;(tncatiiiii:i( yajuc of
Kianiial training llierel'nri; should he
recognized fi that work-shop? ihull
iiuL prove alien to thr fiiudainenlal
iuipiit(! (if m;1jo(I ', pud the limita
tions nit on woik-shop instruction
by the ueo-rtfilies m Jiio chms-rjom
.jlioiild ilUflVts.' I it recognicd, so
j.Jiu! tin- riuliM ui itch instriictiou
ui-iy Ini gaugeil uy tt piopcr staiul
iiid. lj.il dieiafl.
AKSWEK TO J. F, SMITH.
EniToit JJuixmiv Mr. Smith
and the Bishop of I )ilm both refer
to (lie I'titijf. at ('ana as a luither
iiioni tiiat. tnleiuperaiitv. js not dii
iippioycd of uy Hie (Jreut Teacher
tiicaiiM! llr made Wine for tin Joas"',
vU: Hi. I I don't Kiiiim. ami iqy-li..-.Mr:
.mitlf can't le,ll mr,'.jlmi
kind of, wiiii-' this' wan, wfiethi.r it
wui the .dcoliolic diiiikuh kind, or
u lepreseiitalivi' ot thu puio juice of
the giau-(lui) j. mill nut intoxicate.
mu ifrmly nl iiu: lifiief that it was
of Mie li.tt'ei ).;...', iw the ilrt is no
mine the "ie jiiiee ot the ;;mp
thiiii xini'gin' la Hie pmv juiciol' the
apple, or Wtjti'ric acid u pure mill;
ol the low. 'i lie pm c juice of the
rape s butii I nod and ib ink; the
pure juict of the apple is both food
unit dihik; the pure milk of the
row will ' both aatUfy hunger and
quench Uilrst; but change these
good things by fermentation or dis-
tillntion to alcohol, vmcgnr or oilier
acids, then tl'-y will neither quench
thirst nor satisfy hunger. So '
conijuuic as no one urn unnm ai
that least from drinking this. (what,
the governor of thr least ?..!ld as .
','good wine") at least there is no
.drtiuk lecorded ih in the oa4e of!
Noah. It must hnve been a wine I
that was both food and drink, eonse- (
quently made the hemt of both the .
hungry utid the thir-t man lejolee, I
without ciuzing llieii brains as with
Th's vine. 1 have no doubt, iui'1
the pure-t n id bc-t that wn. e''i
drunk in Cmuv hclnre or xince that
feast. J do not. doubt, had wine
been created in the beginning it
would have been this kind and been
pronoiluccd "good," but as neither
this kind of wine nor t.ny other was
created in the beginning, and that
ah took only fond, not drink, into
his ark, tli.il water was entirely re
lied upon for drink both in the old
and new world. Again, we musi
remember this wine was not made of
alcohol, but wat-i, for "they filled
the waterpots with water to the
brim, then drew out and hear in to
the govirnor." I repeat for lurther
illustration, that the puie juice of
the grain- or the apple, or the pure
mill; of the com. are both food and
drink, causing the heait ot both the
hungry and tin1 thirsty man to re
joice, by sustaining his system,
keeping his biain clear, his eyo
bright, hi- limbs active, his health
good ; but let this good local be
changed to lartaiic acid, vinegar, or
alcohol, Ihtn to sny they will nour
ish the human system either as food
or drink, or thai they will make the
heart ol man rejoice that drinks
them, it is a (Vise claim and a mis
application of words.
Jt is true while the mad lit of
di,iiiiieuuu;,i i.) coming on, the vic
tim may feel Inllarions; his eyes a
yet ai c only glas.M ; but wait until
his y e- become milky and expres
aionb -"', his brain mwiiis. his tongue
thicken--, In? iimimhti are muddhd,
the world goe.-i lonud, everybody is
diunk, and tlie- to iiijuii: and mock
him. J)evii& grin aiitl dance lieore
hi- eye-, and snakes arc in his
boots. When the lit gets to this
heigut, Maud from under, lor in his
tianiic ciiuria to rid hiuiselt of
snakes iinl devils someone will get
hurt ; wive- and children come in
for lather more than their r-haiv of
alm-i-, being knocked about and
sometimes killed; he will sacritice
his be?l iiiends, not their fiieudship
only, but their lives as well.
Ylieu the lit subside?, the dam
age is done, ami sense returns.
Now , look at the bloated face, ted
noc, bloodshot eyes, an aching
head, a casldown countenanc-;, a
weakened brain, a physical wreck,
a wholly demoralized and disgiaced
man, hating himself and believing
all men hi- enemies. The above
may be an extreme case, but not an
overdrawn one. Those who have
lived long in rum countries have
seen men i i all r.tage of mad fits
ot druul;enueu9. The evils outlined
above were always caused by a rum
beverage, and yet you believe and
argue, and the ISishop hints as
much, that your Creator mjide this
vile stuff in the beginning for man's
list- -is a I i veriige, and that your
l.oid and Savioi pro. luted alcoholic
drinks at. the fe.ist of (.'una. I have
.more charity than to think you bc
Jieve it, even if y m do preach it.
l'cihnps there is no stranger
argument to bu used against lh.it
wicked thought that rum was created
in the beginning to be used by man
as a beverage, than the high and
holy cluraclcr of the Ueing thus
slandered and placed on it level with
When we consider the irrcut peiv
fection of nil the known works ot
God, and their adaptation to tlje
purposes for whi.-h tliey wire made,
and his exact and uinuryiug law
Unit control his eieation, ihetbcr it
be the stairy heavens or the physi
cal tyfrtcin of man, then to charge
such a being with so vile an act as
making an alcoholic drink for man,
when he knew their destructive
eli'ect upon both the body and mind
of thu man he had made, thus de
moralizing and destroying his own
incomparable woith. Such must
truly be u wicked charge as well as
a wicked thought.
'A kingdom divided against it
self cannot iitand, neither can a
fountain 'end forth sweet water and
bitter." If Jod is the author of all
good, lie cannol he the author of
evil, which Ho certainly would be if
IIo created rum for innn'K use as a
beverage, us the evil created by the
use of mm i.- notorious'.
Jt js iiitoiiM-tenl to believe that
(jo1 shoiihl muko such n wonderful
being ,-n man lor UN own glory and
cmlou him wjlh Wodlikt- .iitrihutes,
and tln-n inaki- a drink l"f him, that
he knew would desliuy hlii bptly,
mind and euul. It is mircaioiabje
ai. well as iucotisistenl.
Jno. M. TIoitNiiit.
J'"rnm time immemorial the prac-tici-
r. juaxiiigo hiiB been known to
the Kijiaur, nun whom the Samoans
mid then tlie 'i'oiijsiii?, learned the
art. The process cousjsls in rub
bliljf and kneading the pail, the
opci.'itioii being bouietiruc contin
ued for hoijr-jj it stimulates the c'u
cnlationi ytnl relicyei. pain, and is
commonly used in abdominal din
oiihe. Tlio native doeti hava g;-eut
faith In nuiRSuye, am It i8 alwtiyc
practiced by them. London Wed
N'est Wednesday afternoon llio
llnwaiinn hand will play at the re
sidence of Hon. A. .S. Clejjhnrn,
WniWkl. Iiplwrcii tlio hoursof 2 nnrt
ii o'clock. Thu Princess Kaiulani,
who loaves tlie islands two clays later,
will bo pleased to see her friends,
both native and foioign. on this oc
casion. The Hawaiian Carriage Mantt
Inctuilug Company has just com
pleted a new street sprinkler for
Mr. T. J. King. It is the heaviest
woik eer done in this city of that
class. The sprinkler is lilted up
with cveiy convenience. it hits
double faucets so that the water will
only rti'i irom one sine at a nine.
The sprinkler which will be seen on
the streets in a few days, will hold
1,100 gallons of water.
In the l'oliee Court this morning,
Jim Ktikomi was committed for trial
to the Supreme Court, oh :i charge
of hou'-ebreaking. Kiom the. evi
dence of Kauai, a hand boy, who
was also charged with the samu
offense, Kukuna asked him to go
with him for a ride on horseback,
lie did so and they went up Nuu
anu Valley. When opposite the
lesldence of Frank ' Joliva, above
the half way house, Kukona got off
his horse and (biding the doors all
fast, after a short time, broke in the
front door and entered the house,
Kauai remaining on his horse all the
time, finally slaitiug for town alone.
He was soon cauiiht up by Kukona
who said he had only not a chain
and SI.. ")0 from the house. An old
woman living near by saw Ktikoun
go to the house. A telephone mes
sage was received at the station
house, and a policeman went up the
valley and arrested the two defend
ants On Kukona was iound two
gold rings which Joliva said were
Ins, while nothing was found on
When Kukona went on the stand
he gave an entirely diffeient state
ment o Kauai, but got considera
bly mixed up while doing so. The
Coui I discliaigiMt Kauai with a re
minder to sleel clear of such companion-:,
and comu.itnd Kukona as
stated above. Gardner K. Wilder
METEOflOLOaiCftl. iGOnn fORAFRIl,
AT U A.y. I.'H'M.TIMK.
Menus for uimitli.
Ti'iniii'iMture Hariunciiii 7.1.8
UiieoiTieteil HHioim-ri-i- li'eailiu. ".0.227
Cnin-iied liarinueit-i Ieiidiii!i;....:i0.1-ll
Teuiperaime. dry bulb....1 77.51
wel ' (!'."
Dew iioliit 03.7
Kla-tiu force of aiiueuiis vapor r!l;t
Relative himilillty l!2.7
A'l !) 1- M. I.OCAI. TIMI'..
Ti-miii'i'iituit- ltsi'-iiiiifter 7:!.7
L'ut'oi reel I'd iJaroniet'-r Jtoadinjj.ilO.'.'fir)
Ciil'ieeletl lbuoineler J'eadine:. .' liO.l'J")
Tt'iiiperaturi-. dry bid!) 70.1!
' wet ' lilt. I
Dew point IKJ. J
Kl'i'-lii- Ion I iiquiinnt vapor . . . .".82
Relative linuiidliy 77 7
iMaMiuum theriiioiueier SI. 'J
liiiiniuni iheriiiuiuett r liii.O
Uiiinfiilla-ipci' Kliii-iouseier incli('-)2."75
i:.TKi:wi.i roi: month.
llit-he-.l t'tiiiri led liar, reading, :t0.23i)
on tlie .-.lb ill !l A. M.
LuwiM eorreeied I' ir. leading, !),!i:l:l
on tin- l.'iib ami Itith a: ! I'.M.and !i a.m.
Jllpu-xl It'inpeialiiie i i "hiidc.8.i ileg.
on the 21-t.
Lowe.-.! Ii'tnpcraluii' in .lmde, ,r)(!.5
on the lbth.
Cireate-t dal'y r.dufiiil, .7() iuehts
on the 2:Ji-(l.
i i:m:i I'onn-AiiAMs.
HOAXiriC tm "v,ms."
The London "Timei" iva-hoaxed
ii century sifjo neaily as badly as in
the pieM'n! ji:,t;tiice by a clever
Hanji of toroi-js, who not up a bo;us
iditiup of the 1'ii'iich paper 'IJ-'e-lail',''
at the time recognised a? an
uuthoijty upon im-tte.'s of iiilerna
lional pews, Thu paper contained
what puipoiti'd to lie the text of a
Tiean ol Peace between the French
Republic and the Emperor of Aus
tria. A copy was got into the
haiiiW of the eorrei-pondent of the
Time at Dover, and Irom him went
to London, wheiu the alleged treaty
was published ;n the Times, and
was Mich good ami unexpected news
that the uloek market went up with
a iiish. It was hcvoial days befoie
it wuh discovered that llio paper whb
it foryed ediiion and had been got
ten up by London speculators to
bring about a Imoiu in slocks. TN.
TH': WORLD'S ILUTEillATE3.
The census of illileialt'h in
various couutiieo of the world
recently been published by
coriling lo the thiec Slnvic .States,,
llounmnia, tjcrvia i.ind Hubsia, head
the IJ&t wljtli ahunjt JO per cei.it of
the popululj.o1 itnabjc to r,e.id and
wrjle. ,Of tho Latin raced Sj.nin
(ends with (1!) per cent, followed by
Jla.ly wjlh -iH per ceit. Fraice and
5egium wjtlj about lo per cent.
Tlie jlliieiatesiu Hijngnry are under
lii per cent, in Austria JJfJ, in Ire
laud 21, in ivuglaud lii, Holland W,
United .Slates (white population) 8,
Seolland 7 per cent. The Teutonic
laces are the best favored in this re
gard, Switzerland with only -'4 per
cent, Ocriiiany at- an empire only 1,
while in Sweden, Uenmark, Havana,
Bade;; and Wurttembcrg there is
practically no one who cannot read
rpHE BEST PAPLR to biiujcribu
JL for la the "DaiJy bulletin," W
cents per month, '
THE 8AM0AN QUESTION.
"What's nil this talk about pre
serving the 'anatomy of UioSamoan
Islands?" remarked a Congressman-
elect to a member of thollouso of For
eign Affairs Committee. "So far as
1 can understand it," responded the
able Foreign Affaiis man, "it's sav
ing the bones of what's loft after
the Treaty Towers havo treated
themselves to all they want." "Ahl
I see now," rejoined the new mem
ber; "a sort of joint protectorate."
vrtv ww nr
Lessen d Manager
Lewis .1. Levey.
ITor a Shovt Season Only
Saturday, Ftfay 4, J 809,
Sngoginieni of the World He.
Cyclist and Giiamplon Trick Rider,
W. S. ftftaltby,
Vho will upiieai In hi tuitions exhibi
Two and One Wheel Cycles.
Special Engagement of
Who will :i) cir on iheTranr.o anil for
his t.ceaidnti will pertornl
How Flight of the Most Difficult Kind
KJ'Hox pltin will "i"" "I Lcw'a.I-Le-
oilloe, I'Miicr oi' I'nn uml Vi uen
sticoN, on TIiiiimIuj in nl id n -j;. nlay "id,
ut '. u'clork. '' ' '2-i: (it
ASK Iti-.ivtl i:.. v -I H'at-I. Wslnut
v. Redioom Sji re. uniii Mm bit!
111., llll. Hi llll- Ojllt'U. ii-ll :t
f V ' IjX.IIs'U r.i-i it ifilllv leipifMs
." tiilil ii- (I'MIM- Hll". lilin ill
be nee ut hi ii'mihuI ticfcn- the
2()ili !! A t l 'i ! i iiiiiii. d-ic ut
hi i. ' u p-lu "I'.ci ' i'!it.; that ilute.
SOTlCii ol ItE.MOVAL..
AfiKX. H.OIIK, !. t-U .t tJuiisiiiith,
llll- IlllloVtll up)at(l ill till- pi P.
mi-tft lueui if ti foiiiiirly by Mu.t I2i:kurt
is u j wt'liy hunt", iicm door to I lull'
sehiiuijtvr it" Co.. in the Djihoii M'oi k,
Belhi-I hli.e.. l) lin
JTIAViNU been duly apji lintcd As-
ti -!. .- of Oi- t-lai. of . II.
liue.liiiiinii, lJi'lk'iipt, 1 liei!y nmily
nil i. r-oiiH liuviii cl'ini'b auahiti -:nl
Ciiii'i- lo pithe.'ii --.iiic in in,-ui (inn-
uly pioveii liiilO'O lilt! IJi'Uit and all
'.i.'Imjus iiidi! let tu mi id e- ale will
m'il.1- iiMtii'diiiii p'lyn nt o me ai un.
ill. c.e of tin- It i-Min pi 1! i i , i e-- ' itciiev .
LOUIS 'I' VALEVriXK.
j--iiii't U It Ouclittiiiiii.
11 MID U'll. II I , M.l 1 l33l 210 .11
' aecmmt of my intending to leave
Jlonoliibi on Mnv lOthon'llie IJina-
tlllii, I ie(jue-.t all per uni having any
flaims aj-ahist me !o )re.eiit them at
the ollice of A. .laeer.
.). X. ROIilXMJX.
Ilonoliilu, April :i0, tSU. 2.17 lw
riMlfi uliuunl mi-ill i;; of th- lvt Divi.
JL sirm of the Li uiolial.iiii I'Muca.
tiii'ial i-rlci" will he lu-id in 'he vcfI.
deneeofH. R. H 'Ji iu fe- Ulbinhaluni
at Washington Pi.u- , o . WEDXES
DAY, " ay 15 !i, n( 4 o'cloei e m ioi
it'uciuifj ot otiiuiirs 'oi iiu iiiMimg .. i-.ii.
A tup utteinJunei) U mpi'Mfil.
203 4t l'ER ORDER.
IS hereby given thin the par nership
heieldfore exi tins between bung
Tin Ivyal and Qwopg VielcLung, iiudt-i-the
flrm nanii! of Qwonjr Yick Lunju Co.
doing; 1mhicfi at Kaliului, Maui, lias
been dissolved. The busluees will
heiieefoith he earned on by Qwong
Yiek Lung, who will collect all the
debts and pay all Hid liabilities of the
late ilrm. 2:50 2w
Hawaiian Tramwavs k
VSTE arc p ipand to jiie Spu'dil Oirs
7Y I-. H'liikiki for ti.dbniry faics
with a minimum of '5 pieM-ii)!eis any
day fxc pi Saiiinbiv and S'liiil.iv. No.
tlen to b' eivi-n ut llio (.'oinji'inj ' Ollice
iliu d iy previous 2!'.(l 1 w
Searches of Records
iiitii-ful fVrllei- & Compiler.
Ofllci', K King si i cut (Sunder's Hrprrss),
Tfliiiihono iso Ml, A-hhlracts of Titles
imiilt.', with iterirary and dbpaich.
II, M. Jil'-fO'Otl. O. W, SfllTII.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
llii & 1 .11 Fort Bluet, - Jlouolulu
Depot for liocriolio & ceeuidk's
Kick acker's Perfumes ami
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
1 M columns, purely local matter
Hulled to foreign countries, $0 per
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Lease of Premises
Ar A UCTiOX.
On MONDAY. May G, '89,
AT 1 O'CLOCK J.OOX.
At my balesrf otn, Queen (.trvi-t, I will
fell nt Public Auction, by onlerofllr.
The Lease of Government Lot,
No. 1", on Fort street,
Above the Custom House, together with
."Oriole 3Su.il dixig; !
Thereon, known ns the "Chavtcr
The Louie hua about 15 j-ears to run
a' mi annual rental of liilOO.i .Tim Build.
ItiK h U.stmy high, mid oei'iinlia about
half tlie Int. The lituiitlnn ot lids pin
pertv on Kort stri-el, uml neariies' to the
wimrves make it u dcahcnblo nicreun.
tile or bioiuge stiiiid.
3f Fur particulars apply to G. West
J AS. P. MOllGAN,
2:t7 fit .Mirtiouecr
3E5Z-W out"- Sjatug-,
Ladies' & Gentlomeu's Boots & Shoes,
7io. izo Xtuianu St ,
All woik it' itriHitei-il. Lowest prices.
The very be-i leithn kepi on hum).
l3c ". Jsiimvicit."
HTTR 3S 3B31LB:03E5:
Of beat Scoich make; Square
WHITE'S PORTLAND CEMENT,
JI it: C1AY,
In 12-uaUon Fntcni Drums;
In 12 eallon fatt'iil Drums;
Rocksalt in large lumps
For s-ile at I
".vc.-t niich in lots lo
F. A. S.oliajfer & Go.'s
The Uenuliful S-'eitMiIe IU-ort at Wai-
kiki (lonneily tlie lei-iili-nee of (Job
Li. V. Jtuctiirbiuu), known as
The I'nniiM'S consist of
A c3a;si Building,
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Largo Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One BuMdingon beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc.
Large and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upper Floor fitted wita Largo Airy
Rooms. Ruhahlo for servants,
etc, eta There uro
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with thu Premises on which
could ho eieoiul Cottages, for visitors,
should Ihu place ha converted into a
hotel, for wlich It in admirably adapted.
Tho Builihie; fueilitioa equal tho bint
along tjio llpo of beach.
JtQrTliese Premises will he leased for
a term of years to responsible parties.
For further particulars apply to
W. G. IUWIN & CO.
8" A Springfield Gas Maehino Is
oa tnu l'remisos and the pipeb ad into
all tho above Buildings. 8pr.25.ga
Park Beach Hole!
Corruot Styles jS3 Latest
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gfST N. B. On and alter May
of our Dressmaking lioonis.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oata, Bi'an,
Oil Cake Meal, Linsee . Meal, ' , ., ( ,
Bnrley, liollctl Barley,
MiiUlling' Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Tclephoues, No. 175.
le Finest Assortment
ses i nmmea
Ladies', Miascs' & Children's Unlriniined Hats,
File Freucli Flowers, Fancy Eitas, OrnaniBnts, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Kest of This Week.
We have imported the linebt class of Millinery, icgaidless tho cost,
knowing the tiibte of Honolulu ladies. The ladies are
coidially invited to inspect our goods.
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fortv& Hotel sts.
New Zealand Jains !
JUST rceeivtd u consignment of New
Zealand .l.inix, .t-t.-oricil cacs. Kor
Side at low priri-x liv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 .Merchant street.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL. SMITH l,u- vimiiviil his place
of business "ti Ko t s-ieet to
th ttorc in tlie 'ct'lyre BUnk, just
l elnw Went er & C i.V, 1 on stieel.
" h re he wi'l lin p'immhI In i-trve his
custom, is until lii. in-. v lure is finished.
A' OTIC E of KEMOYAIj.
JW. McGUIKE having moved his
place of business from the ofllce
of the Hawaiian Tiansfer Co., to the
harness shop of I l'hilis. No. 02 King
street, begs to notify his friends and the
public generally thai he is ready to con
tinue the expre.-s and dray 'business
under the name of J W. McGuIre. Bell
Telephone No. Ill, Mutual r,1. 230 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
-:&A (Vs Lllilm b!feH' llcnt 12
tt"ih .J pci month.
M. S. GR1NBAU.M & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
AVM UAIJLE Lot at tho
ewiiifr of Fort and
2 f chool stteets, over Jf of an
tore willi one Cottage, Applv lo
211 tf J. M. VIVAS.
., A HOUSE with 8 largo and
Fuami & 3"'all rorms with hit.
K$f$:. Uien uml liaihroom attached,
on Alakra "-trret,
cppr.lto Dr. Mc
Wayne's, A ply to John Cook, on pre.
mists, or at this olllre.
ROOMS TO LET
tttf "lOMKOUTABLY FuinUh.
'f&Xlfi J ed Rooms. Hoard if re.
iiHquiieil, Apply nt "Uiamiier-
lain Iloiife," Kng Mreel, oppesitd Ka
Furnished Rooms To Lot
"LK.iN, pleasant Rooms to
V lot at
at the Mc(! row House,
rtceuilv occur led liv Mr. Kinir,
on Punchbowl street, opposite tho North
Pacific Institute. 22!t lm
Carriage For(Sale Cheap.
1NKW Uiitumlir par.
riniic iust HiiiHlied
iiiul haudsoiliely ti lniined
In firsi chisj sivle must ho immediately
sold to close an assignment, can bo seen
at W. II. Page's cuiriago muaufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
s Shoe Co.
oots & Shoes.
Designs jJ537 All Prices.
t. B. &jXlXt-I, Ascont.
lfitb, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Q,ueen Sts.
of Siylisli Miiery
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as altorney, attend to collect,
tng in nil us branches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Ollice 91 King Street Upstairs.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for tl.e Maaic Window
Screens, Com dined Bevel Squares, Stan,
(laid, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Bicycles, Tricwcles, Velocipedes, etc.
Olliei', corner ot liulhel and King sts.,
ELECTIOX of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of tho Elelo Publishing
Co. held in Honolulu, Apiil 1(1,
idou, mo ioiiowingonicers were elected:
T. R. Lucus
Hon. J. S. Walker...
V. W. Pun, )
T. Ueu, t
... i reasurer,
. .. .Directors.
Secretary Elelo Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1889. 229 lm
San Fu.xncibco, Cai..,
Kehiuary 19, 18S9. J
WE herewith certlly that Messrs.
Dodd t& ililler are our duly an
thorized and only agents for tho Ha
waiian Islands for tho bills of our Lager
Beer in keg.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO..
l'JO tf John H. Wiolaad Bros.
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM has removed his
shop trom Kins stteet to McCar
thy's Billiard Pallors, Fort street, where
he is prepared to servo with llio beet
caio and neatness tho avocation of his
art. Solicits tho kind puiromige of all.
All. ROWAT, Veiciinary Surgeon,
ollice and pharuiacv at Hawaiian'
Hotel .Stabbs, comer Hotel and Richard
streets. Scientific treatment in all dig.
e:ies of domcsiio animals Orders for
plantation and ranch node piompily
attended to. Mutual Telephone tl,ri4,
P. O, Box 320. mh.18.89
Having secured tho services of a
Flrnt CIiihh Coolc
And tnailo many other changes in the
management wu aro now pre-
paid lo put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
198 8m ".
blob House Dining Hoop