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DAILY BULLETIN' HOlSrOLttLTT, H. fM M&fY (5, 1889.
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Pledged to neither Sat ner ftriy,
Jiut established for I fie benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 6, 1889.
POLICEMEN ON IHE TRAMGARS.
We ure pleased to learn that the
manager of the Tramways, Mr.
Grlbble, has given all policemen
free iisc'of tho traracars, and has
also requested the Marshal to let a
policeman tnvrtl on each of the four
"Waiklki cars on Saturday and Sun
day evenings, for a fevr weeks, Irlth
the Ticrr of stopping any disposition
to rowdyism tliat may develop
among a certain class of passengers.
The good effect of' this step ras
manifest on Saturday and Sunday
last. fAn attempt or two to over
step the'bound3 within which re
spectable people confine themselves,
were promptly crushed. Such is
the crush in the trsuncaro on the
evenings of Ihe days named that it
is impossible for the conductors to
more than look after the fares ; in
fact it is a difllcult undertaking to
do that thoroughly. Occasionally
individuals get in the cars who for
get, if.they ever knew, how to con
duct themselves pioperly, to the an
noyance of decent people. Com
plaint has readied Mr. Gribble, and
he has, with his characteristic
promptness in such matters, taken
the steps above indicated. The
Marshal has also shown a, ready
williuucsB to co-operate. The cars
on Saturday and Sunday evenings
contain quite a considerable portion
of the uity population, many of
whom would probably otlieiwibc be
spending their time in a worse way,
and it bocino to u that the cars at
"such linica demand police protection
as much us any place in the city.
It is recorded upon reliable au
thority, and quoted in the Apiil,i888,
number of the 19th Century Maga
zine, page 511, that tourist travel is
worth to Switzerland from live to ten
millions of dollars per annum, in
If tourist travel is so very valua
ble to an inland and alpine country
like Switzerland, whose chief at
tractions are high mountains, gla
ciers and dangerous and uncomforta
ble travclling,how much more profita
ble must be the future tourist travel
to the Hawaiian Islands, where in
finitely greater comfort is obtained
and more astounding natural scenes
can 'be viewed. Of course, it is
hard to turn the tide of travel from
2. beaten track ; but when once tour
ist travel to the Hawaiian Islands
becomes fashionable, and what the
islands have to offer in the way of
natural wonders to tourists, becomes
known thioughout the world, Switz
erland will become less thought of,
and the gluritni-ud magnitude of
Hawaiian volcanoes. and other moun
tain and valley scenery of this king
dom will become a great wonderland
of tho world and a main objective
point of tourist adventure. This
important addition to Hawaiian lu
turo sources of wealth, is not too
much to hope for ; but it will cost a
good deal of money to advertise and
epread information regauling the Isl
ands to countries from which we may
expect tourist visitors. Europe and
America must bo fully supplied with
Hawaiian literature which will des
cribe our mountains and Horn, the
cliraate5and our luxurious conditions
of life, the ease with which tile Isl
ands can be reached, and the qual
ity of Hawaiian homes and people.
Despite what has been already
done in disseminating information
abroad, there is not one per cent, of
the people comprising the popula
tions of Christendom that know
where the Hawaiian islands are;
and it is unfortunate that this group
cannot be idculified on the maps in
general use. The old name of tho
"Sandwich Islands" is still used to
denigiuWe the Hawaiian kingdom ;
and the (bid associations of savage
dom stilbcling to our history, in the
minds of bven the best informed of
other lands. It may seem strange
to many of us that such ignorance
regarding the Hawaiian kingdom,
iind its present conditions, bhould
oxiat'in this ago of steam and tele
graph; but it does exi6t neverthe
less even amongst our nearest
neighbors of California and Aus
tralia. The libraries of. America, Etiropo
and Auotralia Mionjd bo provided
.with our informing literature; and,
although this will cost a good deal
of outlay, the returns could not fail
of being remunerative in the end. .
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. . MAUl NOTESi.
Thfl wnriehouso of the Kahtilut 2.
R. Co. at Pain waa broken into on
Thursday night last, and Rbout S83
In coin stolen from the ofllce. The
burglar or burglars effected an en
trance by digging away the dii t f i oin
the underpinning and removing aome
'stones that supported the sill. They
then went into the ofllce, pried the
desk open, and walked away with
all the coin there, amounting, a3
stated above, to about S8S. lhey
probably made their exit through
one of the side door3 of the house,
as it w3 found open about two lcet
at an early hour Friday morning.
No clue to the peipetialon as yet,
but the Sheriff of the di-tritt has
taken the mutter in hand and may
be able to find it out.
lion. John D. Paris of Kona ar
rived here yesterday to assume the
management of the ilaleakala Ranch,
in which property hu lately bought
Mr. James Cowan, formerly chief
engineer of Ilamakuapoko mill, has
been Hindu manager of the Haiku
Sugar Co., and Mr. Osborne, ol
Sprcckchille, has taken his place
as chiif engineer.
The weather for the past week
has been quite pleasant; there have
been several trade wind showers,
but no henw rain. Simar is stdl
coming in freely, and the nest ves
sel to 'oad sugr from this district
will be the John Smith. She will
probably be loaded ready for sea on
Tucsdiy next. N.
Faia, May 4th.
The three masted schooner J. C.
Ford, Capt. W. 11. Meicer, sailed
for San Francibco Wednesday, May
1st, witli about 470 tons of sugar.
The Consuelo, Capt. J. 1. Rob
ertson, alter placing bonds in the
sum of 57,000, has taken a full cargo
of sugar, 438 tons, and sails to-day,
The brigaiuine Jno. D. Sprock
ets arrived here May 1st, 113 days
from San Francisco, and sails to-day
for San Francisco with 420 tons
The two vessels belonging to the
same line, and sailing on the same
day with but few hours interval,
some speculation as to which will
get to San Francisco first is indulged
in, and several wagers have been
made on both vessels. The Consu
elo being the laiger of the two and
carrying less sugar in proportion to
her capacity has iomcwlr.it the ad
vantage of the Jno. D.. besides be
ing first in turn to be lowed out.
Kahului, May 4th.
The U. S. S. sloreship Monanga
hela, Capt. Wingate, arrived at
Apia April Cth, 44 days fiom S.ui
Fianeiseo. She did not enter the
harbor, but sent an officer on shoie
to Admiral Kimberley, and in the
afternoon of the same day sailed lor
l'.igo Pago, which is the U. b. coal
Sir J. 1$. Thu-ston, the British
Deputy High Commissioner at Fiji,
lias quashed the judgment of the
Deputy High Commissioner at Apia,
under which the editor of the 6a
nioan Times, Mr. S. J. Cusack, way
fined 5100 and costs for libel which
was brought by Consul Knappe. on
behalf of tho Gernun Government.
The line and costs were returned to
Several ot the heavy guns of the
D. S. S. Tienton have been taken
'ihe manager of a German planta
tion, a Mr. Gebauer, accused Mr.
Lodge, an Englishman, with writing
a lot of false statements to Colo
nial and American newspapers.
Getiauer htaled that the Geiman
postmaster had permisiioL to open
the mail bags and detain any letters
he suspected to be written to news
papers aga'uibt the Germans at Apia,
lie was fined 300 marks in the (jer
man Consular Couit for the state
ment. A special cablegram from Ger
many says, the wife of Ilerr Bran
deU associates in an application for
higamy. The ground is that Hran
deh had the nuptial benediction of
a Christian mininter in marning the
daughter of Tama-ose. High influ
ence is being employ en to induce
the wife to abandon the piosecution.
H. B. M. S. Rapid was expected
at Ania on the 14th, and the U. S.
ships Mohican and Omaha were daily
LOS "ANCEIes" LETTER.
After an absence of several weeks
in Santa Baibaia, I have returned
to this city, and welcome copies of
tho Bli.lhtin were awaiting
me. At the seasido icsort of Santa
Barbaia then! arc many attractions
for the louiist. Foiemost among
these are tho biautiful beach, thu
Santa Yuez range of mountains, and
the old Franciscan church, generally
known as the Mission. A tew aged
fathers still reside at the Mission,
and hold services there. San Fran
cisco steamers land passengers at
the pier, 3 oi 4 tiints a week. There
are two tiist'Clasa hotels, and good
society is ulways well represented
at the Arlington,
As a health resort, however, I
think that Santa Barbara lias been
decidedly ovcr-CBtimaied. A chilly
breeze from the ocean is often try
,ing tp invalids suffering from bron
chial troubles or pulmonary disease.
Individuals with such disorders
should seek u more Inland location
jn tint ''wa-in jelt," it a inodcvuln
altitude on the i'oot liil.s. The sm-1
torcd town of Nordhoff is well adapt
ed to such cases, It is almost en-
tlrely Burrounderl by tnounLntns,and
fog U Very rarely seen theic,
Although the "boom" has long
einue disappeared from Lo9Augeles,
business prospects are beginning to
brighten. A consideiable portion
of the new cable rallwuy will soon
be in active service. Substantial
iron bridges are in process of con
struction and another railroad has
been completed to Santa Monica.
Sam Jones and D. L. Moody, the
well known evangelists, have been
holding services in a "aige building
known as the Pavilion. The ex
penses of these sei vices is said to
hnve been over 10,000; but bun
dieih of converts have been added
to the evangelical chtirches. Liberal
Christianity is ably defended by
Kev. Dr. Fay, a popular Unitarian
Mis. Mary A. Liverrr.or !( the elo
quent temperance advocate, recently
lectured in this city, and somewhat
startled the huge audiiticc by ex
pressing a positive conviction that
there is something in Spliitualism
alter all. The lady has a national
reputation, but this did not pioleit
her fioui some adveise criticism.
The Los Aiigclts ladies are mak
ing preparations for their annual
Hotter festival, which is always a
most beautiful and bucccssful en
terprise. A. B. W.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 10.
THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL SER
VICE. A meeting of the principal mer
chants and shippers of New South
Wales was held at Newcastle on
April Gill, to consider the proposals
for a fortnightly mail service fiom
Sydney to San Francisco. The
Mayor of Newcastle piesidcd ami
there was a verv largo attendance.
Mr. R. J. Creighton, representing
the Oceanic Steamship Company of
California, was introduced to thu
meeting and explained the proposal
of his principals to the following ef
fect: The company offer lo esta
blish and maintain an ellicient and
fortnightly postal service between
Sydney and San Francisco, via New
Zealand and Honolulu, for an an
nual subsidy of 80,000, of which
40.000 should be contributed by
the New South Wales Government,
and 40,000 bv the Government ol
the United States. The present
monthly service expires in Novem
ber next, and unless a new contract
be enteied into, providing for the
continuance of the scivicc, the
sttamers will be withdrawn. The
present monthly service cost the
eolonie 837,001) perannum,whireis
a foilnighllv would only cost $10,
000, so "that for the additional S3000
they would have a double service
which would gieatly tend to stimu
late trade and develop the mining
industries of Newcastle and the Col
ony generally. The pioposai would
he for ten years, upon the condition
of the United States paying a similar
sum lor the same term of yeais,with
this proviso, that unless the United
States Congress appropiiatcs this
40,000 for the mail subsidy, the
agreement between the New South
ales Government and the Oceanic
Company shall be null and void. A
long and animated discussion en
sued, and finally tho following reso
lution, moved by Mr. Keightley and
seconded by Mr. Earp, was unani
mously carried: "That this meeting
deems it expedieet that a 'fortnightly
mail service between England and
the colonies via America be estab
lished." GLEANER'S EHTERTA1NMENT.
The enteitainment this evening
by the Gleaner' Society at the Y.
M. C. A. hall gives promise of a
'crowded house." It will consist
of instrumental and vocal music,
t b'laux, concluding with a masque.
Those who are desirous of witnes
sing a unique eulcitaiumcnt should
make a point of being present. The
admission is fifty cents.
Doois open at 7:110 o'clock, per
formance commences at 8.
SWISS TYROLEAN SINGERS.
There ai rived on the Mariposa,
Fraulein Uhl, Ilerr Mug and Ilerr
Sehmied, a trio ot Siss Tyrolean
sinners. At great expense and with
tlin most coininendahln enterprise
Mr. L. J. Levey has made arrange
ments with them to appear at tho
Hawaiian Opera House to-morrow
evening, in conjunction with .Mallhy.
the chauiinon bicycle rider. This
will make an unusually attractive
"hill of fare," and ifwe mistake not
liter uill bo a ciowded house. The
bos plan is now open at .Mr. Levey's
olllcc, and eat- can be obtained at
popular pi ices.
A Sidney paper speaking of a
pcrioriuanoe by the Swiss singers,
says: The feature of the entertain
ment was undoubtedly the zither
solo, "Souvenir do Ums," by Ilerr
.Schmied. and the jodelhng of Ilerr
Minig, which only lacked the Swiss
Alpine cry by which hunters com
muiiicatewith one another. Some
of these cries arc extremely musical
and wlicu heard echoing through the
mountains have a most charming ef
fect on the ear. The gem of the
evening was decidedly Hie duett be
tween Fraulein Emma Uhl and Hurr
Maag, which was rendered witli
gieat aichness and spirit, particu
larly on the part of tho lady, who
has' all the 'espieglerlo' of tho
Krench school. Wo strongly advise
those wlio have not had an oppor
tunity of hearing this charming
tjwihs troupe to loo no time bi do
ing so, and we feel satislied that
they will ngreo with us that it ia in
every sense the "biggest thing out."
. MR, THOMAS A. THRUM.
AX OLD RB8TOEXT GOXB TO DM 10(NT
DOJIE THE TCSEliAl..
Shortly after midnight, Sunday,
Mr. Thomas Augustine Thruin died
at the residence of his daughter Mrs.
J. S. Gurney, Palama, aged 77
yean, fij mouths. He hadlieen in
a tailing condition for some time
Tho deceased was born in Lon
don, England, November 17, 1811.
He was a boat builder and ship
wright by trade anil went with his
parents to New South Wales about
1838. On the lGth December,
183lJ. he nmrr'nd Miss Elizabeth
Whortou Mcl'hail, who die I in II -nolulu
in 1887. Eaily in 1851 Mr.
Tin tun artived in Honolulu, and
cotninooeed work as a house carpen
ter, but later on entered the employ
of YV. II. Johnsru, afterwards
Entities & Johnson, shipwrights. He
met an accident in 1807 which
left him in a condition unfitted to
to work at his trade. I'ho deceased
managed the Sailors Home for sev
eral. cars, and will be kindly re
membered by those who were
cured lor in "that institution. He
was at one time a deaeon of the
Mr. Tiiiuni leaves seven children
io mouin lits loss, Mrs David Day
ton, Mrs. J. S. Gurney, Mr. llios.
G. Thrum, Registrar of Convey
ances, all well known in iliis city,
and Mcs.rtt. John F. and James W.
Thrum, .Mri. O. II. Woolmington
nd Mrs J. A. Hamilton who are in
The tuncral of the deceased took
placu Sunday afternoon, the Revs.
Dr. Bcekwith and S. E. Bishop
conducting the services. A laige
number of sympathizing friends
were in attendance. The rcnuiins
were interred in the Nuiianu ceme
tery. At last accounts the father of the
deceased was still alive and well at
the age of ninety-eight years.
HAWAIIAN OPERA SOUSE
Lckscu & Manager
Renowned Bicycle Rider,
W S. MALT BY
iV'lio wi irn'i it'll with gtuui uni Iuiim-
on hi- lir i ui a-iinc" on -ntur
diy , an will li special
One More Exhibition
Evening, May 7th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
And in addition Mr Livy hassecund
tin services of
lust univeil pur Miur Maripu-a,
H'ho will in iUi' t In ii tlrht iippciraicc
on tin ncci-iou in eh uco
YOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL SELECTIONS
No Advance in Pi ices !
fiirjr'Se.iK ran mi. In? st-oured at L .1
Levey's oilier, coiner ol r oil unil Quri n
ill cue. 'J 12 21
FOR SALE !
200 Head of Working Oxen
20 .x Oarts.
C2T APPLY TO
H. HACKFELO &
'Hit i K 'nC3 over (J. O.
He (jui's, Muicliunibtieet.
E. S. CUNIIA,
DURIXG inv li'iiipouirt ahsnncp fitim
tliu Mi'gdii'u i;hna ' MuihIi til will
icl for inu under full i o r of nilnriiey.
C W. HAUT,
'" llotu bile, t
Hnnnl'ilii, Mv ' ItibU 1 v
OHV KIT ON miki otlleo empli y.
nieiit, low. or com. try ToleiHiuid
ill ,viiw-rs .1. F. l;n uu ii in lo ' olllce
or. add'C-s. P O Ilux 20 211 I
ONR Heavlh Cm ved Blank Walnut
itidriiiini H)i, Teniea-ce Marble
lnipiire in Hu- olllce. 2(0 !
T W 1. LINING re-picifully reipuno
tl unit uu cIiiiih "Kuin-i him will
tie pie-iiiiled tor bellli uienl before the
10 h May. Alto tlit ml r.luim. due to
him I ii piid on or hefore that dutc.
NOTICE ol REMOVAL.
Ll'X. I LOHlt, Leek & Giinsniltti,
u.i- ii in .v it nppo'-llo ill Ihe pic
iiiibi t in mi led I iiuuriy hy Max hukiirt
as a J' well Mure, nux' dnoi lo Hi 11
tchliuiger &' Co., in the D.uuon Block,
Bethel btreet. 240 lm
Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes,
Xo. SO .'titititu Ht ,
All work k1 nranioed I.owot prlocp.
Tho vcrj lie t leittier topi on li.ini).
Al The Beaver Saloon
II.. I. X4iTK, IVoprlotor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al -tun mill ip
Will have Hn'inliilu for the above
For Frciulu or I'ns g", apply lo
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
241 l x
Of lUit r-tulcli m.iki ; Sqiinro
anil A i cli.
WHITE'S PORTLAND CEMENT,
Id 12-uaMon t'.itent Drums;
In 12gul on I'aii-iil 1 rum;
Rocksalt in large lumps
or side t inwi'-t -atcs in lott to
F. A. Scliatfer&Co.'s
The cniniful -m-iile Ivr-nit at VY'iii
Itiki (turn trly u u u-ul nee ot Col.
Cf. W. Miiciur.iiiirj, Kikh n as
- . - ry-J--yj' . g , l
T i I r niisi s coni-i-i of
A Main Building,
Lanai 40x10, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
A I pirtiulh funiit-hid.
Conl ii iii i ii
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and'3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building: on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
I.iirgn mid Commndious
Stables with Carriage House.
Upp r F'lor (l't-il with Liirgu Airy
Kuoini KUi'iib'e for bennut,
do , i lo Tliuru aio
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connecte! with lliu Pieiiii-ea-in which
count lia i-ieoul cnuni c Uk vi.lium,
i-limilU ili pi uir b- I'liiivi-iiul into a
liotvl, for ldch ii i-iidini'iibly aduptid.
Tliu Uu'hln faollltio cquul the In si
along the Hue of hutch.
BQrl'heso Pitmiscs will bo h-mcil for
atuiin of yems to rccpondblii patties.
For furthei pirlicnlurt. .ipply to
W. O. IK WIN & CO.
6T A SpriiiRfijld Ga M. rhino
on iiiu 1'iemibcs .mil the pipe-, nil m
an mo auovc iiunaings.
z-rl. rev Jlis m? "w
i l life wf w& ca
w l$f $ c:'
( n ( )
Park maph Hnfol A.
1 Ml l VJUUI! liWlUI i,
Ik Manufacturers' Shoe So.
88 & SO "gllife Hotel teU.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles 3" Latest Design & All Plies.
B. 1 EH1EBS & CO;
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gj& N. B. On and after May
our Dictbimiking Booms.
UiMi FEED CO.,
-OFFER AT BED
("jiliibrniii Hay, Oats, Ilrnu,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Uarley, Kollcid Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, Ko. 175.
Tie Finest Assoiirat of stylish Millinery
Ladies', Misscb' & Childicn'b Unliiramed Hals,
Hii Pmcl lion, Fancy Rlois, Onuunnts, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This Tuesday, Wednesday and (ho Bost of This? Week.
We have imported tho finest class of Millinery, iogardIc?s tho cost,
knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladies aie
coidiully invited to inspect our goods.
GS-8AS. J. FISKEL,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Foil & Hotel eis.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST uceivcil n O'lisignnipiit of New
Zraliinil .1 in-. H-oritil circa. Fur
i-ale at low ptir hv
J. E. BROWN & CO..
227 tf 28 .Merchant street.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
I. SMITH lui-nninvdl his plnce
of liiiincsx on Fo t a'rtet to
torl in tie McT ure Rlnek, i i-t
e-'iv We ie & C .V, he s te
b ie lie w in p n.eil in rir hs
i stum is niiiil i i tie1 i-toru is llnisl v.
NOTICE of ItBSlOVAli.
W. McGUIKE having moved his
nlnee of tjiiMiiesi fiom ihe ofllce
of the llawal an Tiaunfer Co., lo the
harness (.hop of !'. I'll It s. No. (U Iving
-ticei, hcs to notify hlsfiic d and Ihe
public gener lly that he i ready to con
lliiue tlie ex ie?s and dr y business
uudei Ihe name of J W. JIcGuiie. IJfll
Tcli'i hone No 111, MuliialGS. 230 tf
COITAGE TO LET
GR1NIJ UM & CO.,
'i:w 2 m
EKALBaTATE L'Olt SALE.
V VI UABLE Lot at the
currier of Fnit iind
clnml siieits, over J-jiifmi
icre wiib mi" I'ollnge. Apple n
91-1 tf J. M. VIVAS.
2 fiiin II rn nu wiih kii-
chin ml I in h' mil iiiiiicliid,
mi luliul 'ir'Oi, -ppo-ilo I)r, M -WnviM'V.
A pli ti .loll. i Cook, nn .,re.
inl-es. oral hi-oln. 210 tr
IJ0031S TO LET
COMFtiltTMlLY Fu nl-h.
id Humus Hoard it ie.
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Za, qniiuu, ivpiiiy it i i niiiuuei.
lain lloui-e," Ivlug Mieui, opposlt" Ka.
wiiinluio 'emimirj 'HI tl
Furnislied Knoniu To Let
lliKtN plens.inl ltoniim lo
st J lot nl ihe Mtiirew lliniho,
Mcmly necn ledbyli King,
on I'iiiii'IiIkiwI kii cut, opposite the Nonh
Piinliiu IiiBiiiute. 2't 1 in
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
-1 Nt:W Cntunilir Oir.
1 till'O jll-t llllirllld
unit liiind-omcly tiinuiii-d
in tlri enih- r.y.f inut he liuiiicdiiiti'li
guilt iu clii-e to. .iK lgnniint, can Iicmcii
lit W H Piij..'. c n.c ininufaetur),
No. 12S Fori tlreoi.
HAWAIIAN BUblNKSS iAGKNOY.
D. 1$. SJtrril. Affcnt.
loth, MISS CLARK will have clinrgo
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen 5ts.
Will practice in (hu luwir ourls f the
Kinplmn as Hllorney, aueiiil to collict.
g in all us liianchcf, renting of houses
aid any other liiibincsteatru tid to him.
Olllcc 01 King S1 reel Upstairs.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Alo pole agent for the .Maic Window
Sereins, Comliineil liccl Miimrcs, Man.
ilmd. Unodricli eie, Sew it g Machincp,
Hiejclc-, 'I nc clis, Velccipedcs, itc.
Olllc , coinci ot Uctlicl mid Kinpsls,
up-Uir-i. Apr.17 80.ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of tho Clele PablMiing
(.'o held in Honolulu, Jpiil 10,
1880, die following outers were elided:
T. It Lucas Prif-ident,
lion. j. o i iuki-i i rensoirer,
ii. h. Lranue
I). W Poa, )
T. lieu, ....
II. G. CKABBE,
Bicrcl'iry Klelu i'uli Crt.
Ilniiolulu, April Kl, 1-0. 220 Ira
Ban Fuakcjhco, Vm,
Febiuury It) 18?9.
WU herewiih ccitlty that Messis.
Doilil & .Miller are our dul au
thnried and only ngen's for the Ha
waiian Islands for thu sida of our Lager
Beer in ketr-.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
HIO it John H. Wicland Bro3.
Removal of Earlier Shop.
TVf 1. JATtDISl ha removed his
X. t-hop liom Klnir stieet to Mcf'ur
Uo'b Billiard Parlors, Fort Mrici, wbeie
ho is prepared to scivo with the best
care and neatness the avoc.ition of his
ait. Solicit tho Mint paironngo of ulL
AH. HOWAT, Veierbmry Surgeon
dlllco iind iliurmoc ailliiwniiun
Hold Mabli's. (oincr Hotel mid II chard
htiects. Scienlillc iteainunt in all dis-eu-esof
dointmio animals Orders lor
phintutinii and niiich Kick promptly
iiilendid to. Jlmuul Tuliphono 354,
P. O. Box '.120. inli.ll 89
' ' I I II ! . ..I......I.I l
Club llousc Dining Room
Having secured the Eirvicea of a
First C'Iuhh Cook
And mflde niflny other changes lu th
inuimiii muiit wo are now pro.
ptnd io put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honoluta,
'1 jsiV "fcitot5 ' "
H $ VW&iR-.Ti