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i)ArLY BULLETIN HONOLULU, TI. L, MAY io, 1880.
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Pledged to nrith. - .5W ?w torfy,
Baf ctlabNticd 1r t is benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1889.
ALOHA ! I
The editor and proprietor of this
'paper has struck work. By the out
going Bteamer for the Colonie he
is going on n vacation amidst scenes
that to him are crowded with old
associations. These lines arc prim
ed on behalf of the entire staff
reporting, business, and mechanical
without Mr. Hill's knowledge
They hate to give him away, but arc
bound lie shall carry with him their
inccre wishes for ti pleasant voy
age, enjoyment of every hour while
away, and a safe return.
A fir&t class sailing vessel is to
leave Melbourne, Australia, on or
about the 20th of May, under the
command of an experienced fcouth
Sea navigator, on a prospecting and
exploring expedition to the Solomon
Islands, Sudest, New Guinea and
other unexplored islands in the Wes
tern Pacific. At many of these
places gold, nickel and other min
erals have been found. Extensive
deposits exist at some parts, but no'
attempt has hitherto been made to
woik them. The object of this ex
pedition, which will be under the
joint ehargo of a geological surveyor
and an otliccr who has had three
years' experience amongst the is
lands, is to acquire the right of
working these deposits. The lands
acquired, together with the minerals
produced and other profits of the
expedition, will be for the benefit of
the whole party by deed of agreement.
A propnp nnrt pol!t attention ban
been Riven to Mr. Snift by our
rnerchnutp, because ho goo to re
present u amongst a people
l- who hovp a foreign tindo of Sl.Sfi
per head per year. hen the Min
ister to Hawaii eouics, let us re
member that he goes to represent
us to a people with a foreign trade
of S!250 per head per year, and
while we wish Jnpan to become im
portant to us, let U3 not foiget that
Hawaii is important already.
HAWAII VS. JAPAN.
Mr. Swift, the new United States
Minister to Japan, was banqueted in
San Francisco by the Chamber of
Commerce previous to his departure
for Japan. In a speech, he referred
to Japan as America's most import
ant neighbor. The S. F. Alta, in
commenting on the speech, said the
reference required some qualifica
tion. Japan might be made the
States' most important neighbor.but
at piescnt .she was not. The Alta
goes on to say:
Itideed if commercial intercourse
with Japan were suspended to day,
the effect would hardly be fell in
this country. Minister Hubbard,
Mr. Swift's most popular and cfll
cient predecessor, has pointed all
this out in his report on the trade of
Japan, which pioduced a profound
impression in Japan, but wc believe
was not read 1:1 our local Chamber
of Commerce. Mi. Hubbard is the
first Minister ws- lime had in that
country who has paid any attention
to tiade. The Chamber of Com
merce on his return should invite
hiin to supper and get boine useful
information about Japan. When
they bear him our merchants will
. discover that at present Japan is far
less important to us than Hawaii.
They will find that the trade of Ha
waii per cujrita is worth more than
a hundred-fold more to us than the
trade with Japstn, for Hawaii with
00,000 people has already a foreign
trade of about 815,000,000, most of
which we get; while Japan with 38,
000,000 of people has a foreign trade
of only S72,000,000, very little of
which we get. To be exact, Hawaii
has a foreign trade of fc'i.'iO per
head of population, while Japan has
a foreign trade of SI. 85 per head.
The difference between two hun
dred and fifty dollars per head and
a dollar and eighty live cints cer
tainly leaves a considerable balance
of inipoitance in favor of Hawaii.
Iteference is made by the Alta to
the methods pointed out by .Mr.
Hubbard by which the foreign trade
with Japan can be improved. The
article concludes as follows:
By and by a new Minister to Ha
waii will bo appointed. Let our
merchants remember him when he
sails. He has duties which concern
our trade. The Sugar Trtist desires
the reciprocity ticaty with Hawaii
abrogated. That treaty has de
veloped the foreign tinde of that
kingdom and litis given us the
greater share of it. The subject is
of vital importance to this city and
State. It concerns our wage-workers,
merchants, shipbuilders and
The Minister who goes to Hono
lulu now should represent the com
mercial interests of San Francisco
and uot be the creature of the Sugar
Tiust: and when he sails, our mei
chanls should let him know how
they feel about the imperiled treaty.
We speak plainly because the
Chronicle lias openly and frankly
declared its purpose to secure the
abrogation of the Hawaiian treaty.
It ja a powerful paper, made so by
. the mercantile patronage of San
Fj-ancisco, and its power is bent to
an object which is inimical to our
AMERICAN VIHES IN FRANCE.
The Consul-General for the United
States at Boideaux has just sent his
report to the vine mowing districts
In 1 88, he says, 707 millions of
gallons had been obtained, nn in
crease of 162 millions over that ol
1887. This iiierc-ise lie stiles is
due to the introduction of the Ameri
can vines. In the South of France
which lias most suffered from the
phylloxera, the vine growers wore
the first to plant the American
vines, in order to eradicate the
disease, and their liaulincss anil
ability to resist the contagion has
been fully proven.
In connection with this Mr. .1. li.
J. Portal of San Jose has sailed for
France upon a special mission from
the Society of hiticulluic of Cali
fornia, lie will examine the condi
tion of the vine growing districts.
The culture of the vine, and more
especially the prices for which they
may he hold in Europe in the dry
slate. This lasl question is of the
utmost importance to the Califurn a
grape producers. It is estimated
that of the 1C millions of gallons
produced, it would be impossible to
dispose of the surplus over the con
sumption, except by the process of
drying, and selling at a paying
price. If n market for such can lie
opened up, the vine glowers would
have no fear of an ckccs of pro
duction, and would besides throw
into the ihurkcl a new article of
trnllic Lo France Califoinicn,
MORMONS FROM HAWAIi.
The following is from the S. F.
Examiner oi April 22d:
A motley crowd of dark-skinned
Kanakas, with their wives and ba
bies, attracted iIih attention or the
passengers on the 2 :tlO boat to Oak
land yesterday. The leader of the
party a man I11II3 six lcet in uignt
was dressed in a liyht suit of pa
jamas and a purple ilanml shut
trimmed with htiitls. He woiea
broad, closely woven straw hat with
a flaming scarlet ribbon ai ootid it,
and a pair of incipient side-whiskers,
Lniisheil out sltaight and fierce.
His fn.gers were coveied with silver
rings, and around his waist wis a
maioon-eolored savli. Other.-, of the
male poition of the party had o-.-tneh
and ne.icoek leather siuck in
TKq dlvldond pnid by the Hawai
ian Commeicial and Sugur Company
on the 1st of April was the twelfth
consecutive monthly disbursement
ol that kind by that cotporutiou.
The company was organized eight
yars ago to acquit e and opoiute
sugar plantations at the Hauaiimi
Islands. The capital stock was
$10,000,000 in 100.000 shares. The
Spieckels took the majority of stock,
and, we believe, still hold the same.
The c inpaii) had a prospeious be
ginning. Sugar commanded ft good
price at that time. The stock at
once hecauie popular. 11 was Known
that several shrewd business men
were inteiested in the same. Tlio
bhaics rose lapidly from 820 to SCO
and upwards, stimulated in 1882 by
Hie prospect of dividends, two of
which ol flOo each were paid in
August and September of that year.
Between the payment of these two
dividends the stock sold at S02.50
to SG3, but when it became known
that no dividends would bo paid in
the iollowing month, values took a
Other ciicum3tanccs conspired to
furthi r depicss values. Sugar de
clined in value. The crop did not
pan out as expected. The expenses
of operating the plantation were
l.rger than anticipated. Every new
discouraging clement brought to
hiht helped tw destroy confidence in
the project and of course diminish
the value of the shares. This con
dition of things prevailed for two
yeais, and before the close of 184,
mIihi'i s thai were thought to he
onh SGO and upwards in August,
1882. sold for 25c. The company
was heavily in debt, and the pros
peci for a resumption of dividends
that time seemed very discour.igin.
The stock rallied trom that low
piice to quite a respectable figure,
hut, the advance was not lonir main
tained. Still the shares never went
back to the minimum figures in
lb81. The floating indebtedness
was bonded in 81,000,000 7 pel
bonds, which, wc believe, Mr.
Spieckels assumed. For 1885, IhSii
and IS87, the stock remained at
comparatively low figures, the ex
tremes for 1887 being S3 to S7.5U
The crop of sugar for 1887-88
was more cncouiagiut!, and the block
responded to the influence of ihe
impioved condition of the company's
finances. It was just a year ago
that dividends were resumed at the
roto of 20c per shaie. This was
dividend No. o. and it was made
payable May 4th. The dividend
lee.ird of the company is as fol
August. '882 50c
Sepiemhcr. lo82 50
May 4, 1SS8 '.'0
ONE MORE PERFORMANCE.
To-morrow evening the Swiss Ty
rolean warblers will have n benefit
nt the Hawaiian Opera House, on
which occasion they will lie assisted
by the Royal Hawaiian band. The
bos nlati Is now open ut Mr. L. J.
Levey's office. Secure seats
Auction Stiles by James F. Morgan,
their hats, and all woie gaudy flan
nel shirts of red, gieeu, blue and
brown. The women of the party
were clad for the most part in long
linen dusters or Mother Hubbard
gowns. Curious looking stiaw bon
nets with immense peaks covered
their heads, and ribbons of all colors
(lutteied from their throats and
waists. All curried healthy looking
babies and had two or more dusky
toddlers clinging to their skirts and
crjing, while the motheis scolded
their offspring in a language un
known to the by.-tauders.
A medium-bized man, with a
bushy beard and a handful of 1 ail
road tickets was pointed out to an
Examiner reporter as the one having
thu party in charge. He said:
"My name is Eliliu Barrell, and I
am what you call a "Latter-day
Saint." 1 am one of the seventy
elders of the Mormon Temple and
am on my way to Salt Lake City
with the ii ist installment of Kana
ka converts. Oh, you need not
smile ; they are converts and not
frauds, and our missionaries in the
Hawaiian Islands have laboied lung
to inculcate the doctrines ot JJor
nionism among llieir race, and with
reasonable success, since we have
from 15,000 to 5,000 converts on the
islonds who will come out to Utah
shortly. Tlicy arc inoro intelligent
than they look, let me tell you, and
they accept our proposition to come
out to Utah, where they get land
free and are taughtagiicu.turiil pur
suits. Wo have at Salt Luke now a
Queen of the royal blood of the Ka
nakas named Kapukmi. She has
great influence with the forty-two
families already in the 1 errltory.
This party arrived on the Umatilla
on Sitturdiy last and comprises six
families, or some thirty-six souls in
all. They have homo money but
not much. Some of them can speak
a little English and are very proud
of it. f find that the prejudice
which once existed ag.iinst the .Mor
mon Church has died out to a gieat
extent, as people begin to learn that
we are uot as black .is wc aic paint
ed. These Kanakas will make good
Mormons. The only tronblu we
have to contend with is their licenti-
Jn miry, 1SS1.
. .a '
15, at the
'. O.i 0
THE QUEEN TaKES A BATH.
The Queen of Madagascar has
taken her yearly bath. This annual
cleaning up was obaeived with great
pomp. The French papers report
that the Queen was clothed all in
scarlet and stated upon n led velvet
tlnone; a corner of the room was
railed off with ted curtains, and be
hind this was rolled a great bath
tub set on wheels. A solemn pro
cession filed tbiouuli, bearing the
water for the bath, material- for
fire to heat it, made directly under
the bath-tub itself, the towels, soap,
perfume and various other appur
tenances. As soon as the water was
sulllciently heated the Hie was put
out, prayers were said and a hymn
sung Imploring that the Queen suffer
no hnrm from her daring act; and
then, as she disappeared behind the
curtain a salvo of artillery was fiied
and the drums beat to announce to
the exeited multitudes outside that
the important part of the ceremony
was taking place. At the end of a
biief fitieeti minutes the Queen re
appeared, somewhat paler in hue,
but gorgeous! v arr.iyed and wearing
all the erowu jewels. In her hand
she carried an ox-horn, tipped and
bound with silver, full of water
taken from the bath just previous
to her entrance to it. Bearing this
and accompanied by the Prune Min
ister, she marched to the palace
portal, where she dipped 11 branch
into the water and sprinkled to
spectators as they passed along,
which gave them the satisfaction of
feeling that they have in a measure
shared in thu dangers which the
Queen, as the head of the nation,
had boldly confionted. fCinciuuati
A Russian claims to have made a
fuel like anthracite from peat.
New arrivals in Berlin must re
gister and name ilieir occupation.
At the coming couNtory the
Pope will create seven new Caidi
uals. The City of Mexico proposes to
follow New Yoik's example and
clear the streets of wires and poles.
In the municipal ul.-ctioii at Char
enlon. France, recemly, M. Etuber
liu (Republican) received 8, 000
votes and Bmilanger 3,808.
The German Government has
given ordern lor 450,010 r pi ating
rifles of the nwM, lecent pattern, at
a co3t of 2 1.000,000 marks.
Otto Falke has hlamd in a small
boat frnin Bat gir to New Oilcan.
The trip is made on a wager. Falke
Is a wiallhy German.
On Wednesday, May
AT ID O'CLOCK A. 31..
A't'o rsi i-ni'o "f Mr (' A Oel-Ulc.
Kiiilnnl "nik. (lght PrunUes), 1
will soil at Public Auction,
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture
B. W. Marblctop Center Table,
Lnruo IVnier & Sofu lliur.
Uecor.tieil lnm. A: Ulnm lelloro,
1 Cottage Piano !
Ulnrk Will-Hi Whi'imlH,
Kmi UenlT Tub u, I'lciuiui,
1 Black Wilt Mot,
On pel R'fker,
Unit Ins mid I
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods i
Untrlmmed Hats for rtflisses' and Children,
Flower, 'lip, llitt Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In nil the New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-ovor Silk Laces, New Wash Mote
liul, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Flnr; Ij'imb'H Voi1 Unricrwunr, Flannel ContH nml Vest.
All-wool ( v isliirt, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by -
CHAS. J. RSH&t ,
The Lending Millinery House, cor. Fort it Hotel fts.
2 Black W. Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Mnt rasse-i and 1 1 In n,
Kim C m IV nie , Wiiulrolic.
B. . Kx-en-lmi Dlnbii: Tible,
B. W. SidebDird !
Proi'Vut V it UlilS
K ii hen Sinvi' A
lie liireiiilor, M
: 1 1 Su f u,
One Carriage Horse,
1 P.llent lnUe,
1 F.mtU i'iiiriii:i-,
Set ol 'liune'F,
Garden Tools ! Fowls !
Etc., Klc., Bic., Eic.
Tl?e Manufacturers Shoe Go.
88 8 wf
Wholesale & Retail Boots &. Shoes.
Latest Designs J0 AH l'ricca.
jo. re. Hsairrrc, Aucnt
JLo JL e
pi w ih.n
ram n r- will tike ptiruha er
ii t-liou Uiitnicc. ot thu pre
JAS. P. MORGAN,
ai'".l ' U'tlmirer
AN INVOICK OF
Un noiiiit il.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
Firet Wiiler niiil
P riict Gi m,
"Very Low Prices !
call pntiu tlar iiUi-iniou io j idge
Di.iliiO- d- lu he quuliiy uf
the c, - one-.
Mounted to Suit Purchaser.
ruber tilien -y l-iUen.
N. B. On ami after
of our Dressmaking Uoonis.
Mnv 15th, MISS CLAHK will have cbnrge
-OFFER AT BED ROCK TltlCES
H. F. WICHMAN.
24 1 w
:i0c per fehare, will be paid May 1st.
Recently S 100,000 in bonds was
cancelled. The crop now coming
from the plantations of the company
is quite large, and is bringing good
prices, so that the condition of
affairs is in excellent shape. Last
year the shares rose fioi'n SG.37 in
Jiuiuniy to &37.2.rj in December.
Thus far this year the tango has
been S32..T7A to S30 per shaie. S.
An interesting discussion took
place last evening on the subject,
"Resolved, that man U moru in-
lliienied by money ihan by women,"
F. Tin rill leading the alllrmntive,
1'. L Iburiiigtou the negative.
Severn! good speeches wcie made.
The subject lor the next meeting
is, "Resolved, that the influence ol
the pulpit is more beneficial tlinn
that of the press." Two new mem
bers were eh eted.
After the meeting adjourned Mr.
Whiter Hill, the Piesident, who is
leaving on the Alameda for a four
mouths vacation trip in the Colonies,
win bunqiietted in the ante room.
His services to the club were duly
acknowledged, in speeches by ihoao
prc-ent. Another member of tho
club, Mr. J. W. Luning who leaves
for the Coast on the next steamer,
wus not forgotten.
BENEFIT OF THE
Swiss Tjroltse Warblers
Tie cm iful -a iile Henri nt Wii.
KiM ( iirn.erl.v I e ic-id nci O n .
G M..C .u I. .in t.110 n a
Park Beach Hotel
California Hay, Oats, Trail,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, liolltd Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour
Telephones. No. 175.
Cor. Edinliureh & Queen Sts,
IIR' E "fllecs ovr f!. O.
lie gui's Muicluiut street.
ii y to
E. S. CUNIIA.
A--He'l hy Iliu
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
MAY II, 1350.
Doors Opon 7:30 -tgUBSTCommcnco al 8.
BS515nx plfiu now npim nt Lo-vii I.
Ij vui V office, coiner ot Kort anil Qu en
, rem-. Jill) i
T u" 1 r in is s com-1 ' of
i l tin iiu n-
A I pirliii
RI3AL ESTATE FOK SALE.
l ui II II
V i UHLE Lot nt the
o rm-r of Pml mid
i I si i ei t-", over a f ,in
oiuii;". )iil" '"
J. M. VIVAS.
a -null ro- m wi'h kv.
ItsJESJSi Uien nl liiiilimum uitucl'iU,
m vlnktii -lrie. ippo-itc Dr. M-
(VnvneV. A ph 1 1. .loliu Cook, on
m'-es, or hi I.ik llli e.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
M'.t'OIlK M'CL'I.I.Y J,
FiuuAV, Miry 10th.
American briuuniiiie Con
Lihel of the Hawaiian Gov
Deinurrcr of the Oceanic
bteamship Co. as boIc owner and
cluimiuit for said vcr.se!, respondents.
Ordered that dentin i er be overruled,
with coulfi. Respondents note np-
peal. Deputy Attorney Genoa! A
1 reterson for liucllaiit; A.
Hartwcll for roBpoudeut.
THE WASHINGTON GEHTEHNIAL.
Curdiual Gilihons, Archbishop of
Baltimore, U. S., has ordered that
solemn pontifical nericca of coin
mciniiioration should hu celebrated
in his province on llieJIOtli of Apiil,
in honor of the ceiiteiinhil of Wash
In his paMoial letter Ills Emin
ence bpoke uh followH: "Washing
ton will eternally be glorified for
having baved his countrymen from
oppiefesion, and brought them to a
liiiniiioiis prospeiity and freedom.
The hUior.v of Ihe United Slates ib
that of n gigantic nation expanding
its growth and power in conformity
with the principles of law, order and
liberty, which had been laid down
by Washington on such a bioad and
Some elevated minds reaching Ihe
par of civilization nml progress,
know how to conciliate religion and
H. j liberty I"Le Franco Californlen,
I April 20, 1889.
OK. .TAS. I. DOWSETT will net
tor iiv in nil mi liiin of liuilne.a
unite r a lull pnwei of attorney (luring
my temporary ali-mrc irnm ih King,
ilim WAIIEK HILL.
Honolulu, May 10. 18i0. li-m Iw
DUKINO ni ieii)ioiiiryiilienco from
ih KiiiL'il'iin nn wife will act for
nu under lull po.ier f ulfu-riev
T. W. It VWLINS.
Honolulu, May i-, it-80. 45 Iw
GKAPES FOR SALE.
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
BOOMS TO LET
"OMFDKTABLY Fu nl-li.
J ed Kiinnv. Huaul if re.
, quiicil. Apply at "i liamliei-
hiin (Io n-e," King -lrce', oppositu Ka.
Miiiili o -enilmii.v 'm u
Will practice in the lower courtB f tho
Kingdom as iiMeruei, aiienrt to rnlltct.
ii g in all us biauelie", renting of houses
and any other business eutru ted to him.
Ottlce 01 KingBireet Upbtairs.
It. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer . and Surveyor,
Aho sole agent for the Maaic Window
Screens, Conihiiied Bevel t-quaresi, ntan.
d-nil Goodrich eic, Sewing Machiiiep,
Bicjclei, 'I'ricick'S, Velncipcdcs, etc.
Ollic , corner of Uetliel and King su.,
upi-tair-i. Apr.l7 8n-ly
ELECTION of OFFICERg.
Fuvnislietl Koonid To Let
.... . il.KN nleiiRiitu Knnmh to
"7JS8 J lei at Ihe Miilrew Hmisu
iMIW i "
One Building1 on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
MR. T CIHHTLEY, Fori mrci'l, juit
h-luw -ih mi ftreei, ha-for miIu
iiqtiuniltv f line linum mi iliu vine.
IN oplu wIsIiiiir io ur -liii o m.iy c-ill al
ihe iilinvu pi ic tiny mi af er Vli eU
r. m . hi d select any iju n I y hi th" i-ue
of ft 11m lrSl. " 'Hi lw
-25 Centi Pound-
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
LSVGiant'S for oiders to ho filled fnr
thu oilier M-ttnl-i, will be picked right
fu in tin- vines B45 iw
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
Jl ruoat popular paper publianou.
Large mid Commodious
Stables with Carriage House,
Upp'r Kl'or fl't"! with Largo Airy
ItooiiH m Oib'o for tenant-, .
do , ile Thuiu me
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with Ihe Pienil-csnn which
coiiul Ijo erecid cnii-ii:eb fc vi-iioru,
lintild thu pi ice b convened mm a
lioul, fnr uliiuli I' i-MiinilMilih ahiit-d
'1'litj liii'lilni; fiicllltiu- eq ml ihe Ii B'
iilollg Iliu line of lieuell.
fiyMio-(t Prllnil8 will ho leu-ell for
at nu of yeiirs in rion-itjle parties
Foi lurthei pnicuhir apply to
W. G. IK WIN & CO.
r (eii'iy ikcii u-u oy i n-ing,
n i iineliliowl riieel opiiti-'lie Nnnh
I', nille limiiitile. -5-- nn
S3r A SprinRflild Qia Mich ne i
Oil II- I- Olllt-0 ill llllilllt! 'III lll'O
all Iliu nliove li ijlilillKS.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a cmifcinnii'iit of New
Z-nlnml ) ui', a to lul ciCj, For
ttle at low iii ! Iiv
J. E. IJIIOWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
HPHK hineli p.M if llie Kurn
X lieiili Ite tilllrilul "ill he
leiUed io a di-rliablij pi tmhi.
Cniiiituriind flNUiies i -tact. Thu ii'l
i o iliojniisl di'-irnh o place i ihe city,
rts it will iminuliiiie y ii'J '" Ui- new
liillimd parlor-. J. P. liOVVEN,
a-ia oi Kmupe ir itutuii.unt.
Carriage For Ssilo Cheap.
1M-;vv i;iiiiiniiir uir.
ltiL'e j ii-1 lliitslitd
mid hand oinely tiiiiiincd
in llrBi rliib- Myle niut ho immediately
b hi lucloi-eai ax-iginmnl, can hoi-ieu
ui W It PiigiV c na,o m-uiufaeiuiy,
No. 12S Fori tlrcel.
HAWAIIAN UL'MNK-S AGENCY.
Borders & Decorations,
A. l.arco Lot !
UaloHt tetyloB !
.Tnat Itooolvctl !
AT a meeting of the Elele Publishing
Co lichl in Honolulu, Apiil 10,
lf80, the following olliciru were eli cied:
T. U Lucas Pneident,
Hon. J. S V ulker 1 renpurer,
11. O. Cralibe Sucretury,
I). W. Pua, )
T. Heu, Directors.
Ii, ' )
II. G. CRABBE,
Sfcroinry Elelu 1'ub Co.
Ilnnolulii, April '0. 19 229 lm
San Fiiancibco, Cai,.,
Febiuary 19 18t0 t
V7 K herewiih ceitily that MessiB.
Dndcl & .Miller urn our dill) ail.
Ihoiizid and only agen a for die 11a.
vMiiiau Iclaiidh for the sal? of our Lager
Hi er i" i,eg .
JOHN WlhLAND BREWING CO.,
190 it John II. Wiuland hios.
Keinoval of Barber Shop.
TVf P. JARDIM lm- removed h's
ItJL. -Jiop I in Klni' i-ticet io McCar.
iiii'b Uilliard Pillion, Foil hinei, whoie
hu ia prepareil io nivc with llio best
cuio and iiealno-s I ho avocation ol IiIb
art. tiolicitx ihe I in. I patronage of nil.
And for Mile at redact d prices.
WILDER & CO.
Alt. ROW AT, Veieriiiary Furgeon,
. i Dice, aim limit) -i; hi UaMiiHii
lloiel -lalilif, iimiei II' lei am) li cliiiid
1 1 ecu. .-cicii llie iiemm.iit in all din.
eiifC-old nn hie aniiiiaU On era tor
pluiiiatiii and mm li -inik pn uuuly
iiilemlid t . Muiunl Tennliiuie 3.14,
P. O liox 32fl. inli.lS89
Club lose Dining Hon
Having secured the ttrvh-ea of a
FliHt CIiimh Cook
And iniiihi main other changes In tho
mmiugt incut we uio now pie-
purul io put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,