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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. L, MAT 13, 188D.
Plcdtrtd to neither Sect nor Partyt
Hut established for the benefit of nil.
MONDAY, MAY 13, 1880.
On Saturday, May 11, Mr. Daniel
Logan entered upon tho duties of
editor of the Bonnix nnd general
manager of the printing aud pub
lishing business of tbc Bulletin
Office, In anticipation of the depart
ure of Mr. Walter Hill, the editor
and proprietor, for Australia. The
policy of the paper will remain un
changed, bring one of independence,
or, in tho words of Us motto:
"Pledged to neither sect nor party,
but established for the benefit of
all." A continuation of the liberal
patronage of the past is respectfully
THE C. D. BRYANT.
HEAVIEST GALE EVEU EXl'EUIESCED
BY CAPTAIN" LEE.
The bark C. D. Bryant, Captain
Lee, which arrived at San Fian
cisco April 28th, twenty days from
Honolulu, encountered a fearful hur
ricane on the passage. Cnpt. Lee
reported that for iwenty-cight long
hours thev were hovo-to under bare
poles At times the gale would in
crfj.se iaio a perfect hurricane.
Tiif Jrighi i ez snd sky was
ea&uph to .appal! ihe observer. At
be rtrr iearb; of the gale the
wind bialtd inio the northward. It
seemed to bkw bsrder than ever.
It was necessary to wear ship, and
he did so under bare poles. A tre
mendous beam sea was running at
the time. It was a dangerous job,
that wearing ship, but it was done,
successfully. He used ten gallons
of oil while wearing, which smoothed
the water considerably.
After that the wind kept hauling
to the westward, and at last moder
ated to a steady gale, which lasted
three days. The deck load of ba
nanas was washed overboard, and a
horse which was on board was kill
ed. Carpenter Jansen was wash
ed overboard by a heavy bea,
but the next sea carried him
back on deck. He was much
bruised. The chief" mate, D. Mc
Donald, had several ribs fractured,
and one seaman had one rib broken.
For forty hours they had to keep
the steam donkey going at the
pumps, as the crew could not re
main at them. The cabin and for
ward house were Hooded with water.
A brass plate coverins an iron
tank got started, and 1500 gallons
rt fnAfli vain 4 no MnaaK nn! nil in ii
of fresh water were spoiled by the
salt water getting in. One fiddle
head was carried away.
This was the heaviest gale Capt.
Lcc bad ever experienced outside of
a regular hurricane. It started with
a high barometer and fell 1 in. by the
Aneroidand l.lOin.bytho mercurial,
the passengers behaved splendidly,
considering everything. They bore
Testimony to the sailor-like conduct
and gentlemanly consideration of
Captain Lee. Before the Captain
left bis ship a deputation of tbc
passengers waited upon him in his
cabin and presented him with a
handsome testimonial. It was
signed by Dr. A. F. Raymond, Mrs.
A. F. Raymond, Mr. F. Holleng,
Mrs. A. II. Rasemann, Jennie Sul
livan, May Blackcll, G. D. Smith,
Mr. Walter Hill, proprietor of
this paper, two days before sailing
for Australia, received without soli
citation from His Excellency Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
a complimentary Foreign Office
Passport. This document enjoins
upon Hawaiian Consuls, mid re
quests of Foreign Governments, at
tentions aud consideration toward
the bearer, and is thus likely to be
a valuable aid to its fortunate pos
sessor. Mr. Hill fully appreciated
the tendered compliment and
personally called on Mr. Austin to
accept tho honor with thanks.
HAWAIIAN MISSION SOCIETY.
The annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
was held Saturday evening, at the
residence of Mr. W. W. Hall, Nuu
anu avenue. The election of officers
resulted as follows:
President Prof. A. B. Lyons
Vice-President. . .Rev. S. B. Bishop
Levi C. Lyman
Corresponding Secretary and
Heme Corresponding Secre
tary Mrs. L. B. Coan
Treasurer F. J. Lotvroy
The above are ex-ofllcio members
of tho Board of Nanagers. The
elective members of the Board wero
Mrs. A. B. Lyons and Chas. L.
Tim appropriations made for tho
toeing year amount to $3,510,
which aro $510 moro than the past
year. The meeting adjourned to
June 8th when the President' .ad
dress and the reports of the officers
itIII be read.
Late Foreio lews.
(Vr li. i. S. Alameda.)
President Barnard ot Columbia
College died April 27th.
Lord Dunrnvcn mity yet back out
of his challenge for the America
Henri lioclicfort'a son has com
mitted suicide at Bonn.
August William Von Dor Kutli,
the noted German politician, is
British Minister Pauncefoto was
received by Blaine and President
Harrison April 29th.
The new Mayor of Chicago is
determined to suppress gamhllng.
Squire P. Uewev died at New
York April 80th, need 73.
Two men were killed and seven
others Injured by u railroad accident
near Philadelphia April 30th.
The Illinois Steel Company, with
a capital of 2o,000,000, will be in
corporated at Lliie.igo.
Five grave rubbers have been
arrested at Denver, Col.
The Thousand Guineas stake for
thiee-year-old (lilies, one mile run at
Newmarket, England, May 3d, was
won by Vynur's flliy Miullie.
The "Freeman's Journal" states
that the Marquis of Ormonde will
succei.d Lord Londonderry as Vice
roy of Inland.
Herr Meyer, the largest ivnry im
porter in tho worltl and brothcr-in-
luw of Hon. Curl bcuuiz, (lieu at
Khl May 3d.
Owing to the activity in the sugar
market the rates on sugar from
Mauritius to England have advanced
10 shillings a ton.
Dispatches from South Africa an
nounce the death from fever of Lord
Walter Campbell, third son of the
Duke of Argyll, 41 years old.
Lieutenant-Commander Hook has
been sentenced for leaving the Pinta
in Alaskan waters and going to
Washington without orders.
The carpet mills of the Lowell
Manufacturing Company, Mass.,
were burned April 27th. Loss
General Boulaugcr summoned a
council of his supporters to meet at
London, Eng., on May ICth.
The ship Richard H. Burke was
burned to the water's edge at Hamil
ton, Bermuda, April 28lh.
The latest report from Hayti states
that General Legitime is likely to
si r -ender any day.
Kev. Andrew Iliggins, D. D.,
Bishop of the Calhol.c diocese of
Kerry, is dead.
' Billy Wilson of St. Paul, Minn.,
says that he ii anxious to meet
Peter Jackson in a tight to a finish.
The Brazilian Parliament was
opened by the Kmpcror Ma' 4th.
Count Tolstoi, Russian Minister
of the Interior, is dangerously ill.
Harry Phillips, ex-managur for J.
L. bullivan, will tic tried at Mont
real for unlawfully obtaining pos
session of $14,000 worth of jenelry.
Samuel Fessenden, treasurer of
the Cape Cod Canal Company, of
Sandw,Bh Ma9g ha9 disanpeai ed
with the funds of the concern
The retiring Consul-General at
London, Waller, was given a fare
well banquet May 1, which was at
tended by many prominent men.
A row occurred at Dublin May 1,
because three members of Parlia
ment, convicted under tho Crimes
act, refused to riilc in a prison van
while going to jail.
Tue volcano of Vesuvius is in an
alarming state of eruption. Sticams
of lava arc coursing down the moun
tain on the Pompeii side.
The steamer Weser, which left
Baltimore April 17th, arrived at
Queen&town with yellow fever on
board, several olUcers and twenty
eight men being ill and three having
The International Anti-Slavery
Congress will be held at Lucerne in
July next. The Papal delegate will
The authorities of Schleswig have
refused to rescind the decree expel
ling certain German-Americans
from the islands of Amron and Folir,
in the Nonh tea.
The exports of gold from New
York during the week ending May
4, wero S3, 180,000, of which 52,
801,000 went to Europe. The im
ports of gold were 8504,658.
The United States steamer Mo
hican, which has been surveying at
Santa Elena, Ecuador, sailed thence
May 2 for Payta, Peru, arriving
there on the 4lli.
Revs. Taylor, Edwards and
Hooper, who were captured by Bu
sbirisand held for ransom, have been
released on the payment of 1000,
the sum demanded, and have nrriv
ey at Zanzibar.
The Governor-General of Canada
prorogued Parliament May 2. The
speech of prorogation was merely a
summary reference to the principal
The Pope April 2Gth summoned
Father Agostiuo and reproved him
for his recent sermon, in which he
invoked a divine blessing upon King
Humbert and the Italian army.
Carl Rosa, the well-known mu
sical director, is dead. On the trip
across tho channel ho was attacked
by a chill. Peritonitis set in aud
death soon followed.
Viscount Mandevillc was charged
in the Police Court, London, April
2G, with fraudulently obtaining
$5000. The magistrate did not en
ter on the case, and tho hearing was
'lhe British steamer Cotopaxi,
from Liverpool via Rio Janeiro for
Valparaiso, struck a rock near the
Straits of Magellan on April 15th,
and foundered. There was no loos
The Australian election law, with
modifications to suit tho locality, has
been ndoptcd, by both houses of
the Missouri Legislnluic, nnd awaits
the Governor's signature.
The Tippcrary Court has affirmed
the sentences of impilsonment on
John O'Connor, Thomas Condon
and Charles Tanner, members of
Pailininunt, and on Manning for vio
lations of tin: Crimes Act.
L. U. Reavis, known throughout
the country as a persistent advo
cate of moving the capital from
Washington to the Mississippi val
ley, died from the effects of a sur
gical opeiation April 20.
The celebration of the centennial
of George Washington's inaugura
tion ns President of the United
Stales, extended over three days in
New York. In San Francisco theie
was a grand parade April 30lh.
Other cities celebrated.
The stiteinent of the Union Paci
fic Railway for the three mouths up
to March 31st shows as follows:
Gross earnings, u decrease of $333,
000 net earnings, a decrease of
At the Ncwinnrket spring meeting
May 1st the 2U00 guineas stakes for
three-year-olds, one mile, was won
by Mr. Douglass Bawl's colt En
thusiast, Duke of Portland's colt
Donovan second, Abington's Pioneer
It is expected that the Spanish
Government will soon sell at auction
forty million dollars' worth of State
woodland, in order to cover n finan
cial dclicit, to build railroads, canals
aud highways aud to establish rural
Owing to the improvement in the
health of the King of Holland the
Dutch Parliament May 2d by a
unanimous vote passed a resolution
restoring his power. The Duke ol
Nassau, now Regent of Luxemburg,
will retue to I aurus.
Major John N. Edwards, one of
the editors of the Kansas I ity
"rimes," and one of the beslknown
newspaper men in the West, died
htiddenly in Jefferson CUy May 4th,
frem a stroke of paralysis.
Captain Murrell of the steamer
Mibsouii has been appointed n
Kuiglit of the Order of Danneboog
by King Christian of Denmark in
recognition of his services in rescu
ing the passengers and crew of the
Danish steamer Daninark.
Washing Irving Bishop, the mind
render, was married again May 2d,
to Mabel Clifford Taliur-Bishop.
This action was taken to putat rest all
doubts which might be raised as to
the legality of the previous Califor
Six Russian men-of-war have ar
rived in Coiean waters. Their ob
ject, it is supposed, is to establish a
coaling station at Deersland, near
Ftisan. I he Provincial authorities
have thwarted efforts to secure the
opening of the upper Yangtse Kiang
Diipatchea from St. Petersburg
say that arrests of Nihilists are con
stantly being made. The police of
St. Petershmg believe that bombs
secretly manufactured at Zurich,
Switzerland, have been conveyed to
Russia, and that the plotters an:
awaiting a favorable opportunity to
It is said that a Japanese line of
steamers will shortly be run on the
Pacific coast in opposition to the
Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
and that the agents appointed to
make arrangements with the various
republics are already in possession
of several concessions.
Lord Duiiraveu's yacht, the Val
kyrie, was launched May 1st. The
frames are of steel. The lop sides
of the deck and the fittings are of
teak, and the bottom plankings are
of hard wood. Her length is 85
feet, beam 15.9 feet, depth 11.(5
feet, and tonnage 5(3.76. Her length
on tlie load water line is just under
It is announced that all the
breweries in St. Louis and East St.
Louis, exccplinglhe Anheuser-Busch
Company and W. J. Lemp, have
practically formed a consolidation
of their properties, and that the
will be run under one management.
There are eighteen breweries con
cerned in tlio movement, represent
ing an investment of about 85,000,
000. Stock and bonds to the amouut
of $15,000,000 will be issued.
U. S Secictary Tiary awaidcd
the contract lor constructing the
proposeil great armored coist de
fense vessel to the Union Iron Works
of San Francisco, the cost to be
81,628,000, with a guaranty cf 4500
horse-potvor in the cuc'ines, to be
developed in part by a (system of
coil boilers, which aro lighter and
take up Ichs room on a ship than
those of llio ordinary pattern.
The U. S. delegates to the Sa
moan Conference were received on
their arrival at Berlin by attaches of
the United States Legation.
A Samoan relief fund, 20,000
marks, has been forwarded lo Prince
Bii-marck from Hamburg.
Ilerbeit. Bismarck gave a dinner
May 3rd to the Commissioners of
the Samoan Conference and the
members of tlio British and Ameri
The Beilin National Gazette says
that the government, instead of
avoiding debate in the Reichstag on
Samoan questions, ill give every
facility for such debate at tho carl
iot possible moment.
Tlie Ber'in correspondent of the
London Times, tef en ing to the Sa
moan conference, says that while
Euglaud'a attitude is not entirely
clear thoro to nothing to Dhow that
the British' 'Government leans to
The London Post's Berlin corres
pondent says: "It Is understood
thnt England, in the interest of her
Australian colonics, will on many
points support the American pro
posals in regard to Samoa."
The Berlin correspondent of the
London News says: "Perhaps Ta
tnascsc will be appointed vice-King
of Samoa, but Germany will decline
to allow Mataafa any official posi
tion. Tim Emperor has invited the
delegates to the Sitnoan conference
to dine at Potsdam on May 6."
Tlie conference ol the representa
tives of the United Slates, Germany
aud England to consider Samonti
affairs, open, d April 2!lth, in the
congress hall of Prince 'Bismarck's
re-idence. The session lasted one
hour and (Utccn minutes. On the
proposal of Count Herbert Bismarck
it was decided that the strictest se
cresy should govern the delibcn.
tions of tlie conference. The con
ference adjournal without fixing a
date for the next scsiion. The sen
timents expressed by the Commis
sioners were of a fiiendly character.
On Kassou's proposal it was agreed
to hold the discus4ou in English.
Emperor William received a per
sonal repoit ot the sitting. At the
next meeting he will icceive the
n port of the sub-committee. All
the delegates appealed to bu satis-
lied with the pioecedings thus far.
It is understood that a sub-committee
of the conference will undertake
the settlement of the detail of the
controversy. Dr. Arendt and Mr.
Bcauclerk, an Englishman, have
been appointed Secretaries of the
Samoan Conference. Count llcrbeit
Bismarck, at the first session, dis
avowed on behalf of Germany any
idea of aggrandisement inconsistent
with existing treaties. Count Her
bert spoke in French. Sir Edward
Malbt aud Mr. Kasson followed in a
similar strain. Kasson hinted thai
the United Sates Government hop
ed that the qutsliou would be set
tled on bueh a ba-is as would pre
serve the autonomy of the Samoan
An olficial denial has been pub
lished of i he report in the Berliner
Tageblatt of Tuesday, that at the
sitting of April 2t)th of the Samoan
conference Kasson, one of the Ame
rican commissioners, asked whether
a secret treaty existed between Eng
land and Germany fot the partition
of the Tonjia aud Samoan Inlands,
and that Bismarck aud Sir Edward
Malet, the British Embassador, ca
tegorically denied the existence of
such a treaty.
The delegates to the conference
May 2d attendel cereuioiij' of bless
ing the colors of the guards at Poti-
uain, wnen the commissioners were
pi esented to Emperor William. The
Emperor conversed in a friendly
imuiner with the commissioners,
who were delighted with the recep
It is stated that the liberation ol
Malietoa, ihe deposed King of Sa
moa, has been voluntarily announc
ed to the Samoan conference. It is
suposed that this action on the part
of Germany is a prelude to the re
instatement of Malietoa. A sub
committee of the Samoan conference
consisting of delegates Kranel,
Bates and Scott, has prepared a re
port ou the laud question in Samoa.
It i.3 staled that the sub-comiuittei
has under consideration a plan for
the future, government of Samoa uu
der a native ruler, with a tribunal
to adjudicate ihe question of laud
tenure. It is considered probable
that the conference will decide lo
appoint a tiiumviratu which will act
as counsel lo the native sovereign
and have general supervision of Sa
A despatch from Auckland says
the United States learner Nipsic
was again disabled white being low
ed in Apia harbor. Mataafu lias re
turned to Apia.
L i Mil at N" 40
ill open a res'nu
B Titan in Btnci,
TL'KSDaY, Alt Hi i.
Slrtlw ' II.
WAN I ED
0 R 'ill or L"-o 4 Cottage
til wo ut tli e ro in , in
i a uoihl 1 culoy. Kent $ U pel
Aaliet. I, il. Box a,l).
A GOOD B mil Hu d.it man thorough,
ly I'li-ieil in tin uaeol a eliculr
i-uw, cut ifr in I if, ilaile, c c, a man
Ih ul luis w rUiil in tliuniillhOi Oalifoi.
nta pre.furrcd. An Iv to
G. V. LINCOLN,
HB lw Bull er.
Mrs. 11. MAOM1LLAN
TI AS comment ed llresMimUnc
JUL ing an I Fit Inir, at her re-
Nm 131 NuiiMiiu Aviiine, nixi to entile
II .it -c U II Telephone lbO US un
For San Francisco
The Fiibt hailing Schooner
w ill sail for llio above port on
Wednesday, May 15th
At 12 o'clock noon.
tSy-'-'or freight or pi-sgo, having
CMxI.cnl aeiomitio lutioii, iipil.v to
F. A, SGHAEEEE & CO.,
'MB 2t Agents.
W. S. ygft
Auction Sales by Jamos F, Morgan,
On Wednesday, May 15
XV lO O'CLOCK A. .11.,
At Ho nsl emu id Mr U A Gelntte.
Kaplnhtnl ''"iik (light Premise-), I
will sell at Pi. bile. Auction,
Tho Entire HouserVd Furniture
B, W. Marbletop Center Table,
I.nreo Center & Sof.i Hutr.
Decorated L 1111,1- it Chun teller:',
1 Cottage Piano !
Black Wno.tit Whatnots,
Koa Center Tab e, Plcttiic,
1 Ml W1I11I Secretary,
0 11 pel Beker,
Unit I" mill I'
1 . Vt Ouulre,
2 Black W, Narbletop Bedroom Sets,
Mill rasscri nnd I'MIowr,
Koa Cuff -nii: , Wifdroli
B. W. Ex union Dinliu- Table,
B. W. Sideboard!
00 kerv V ilns-"iiie,
K nllUH Stove & Uleti-il ,
Hu ligenuor. Meat fciife,
One Carriage Horse,
1 Patent mke,
1 F.nnlj Curt lime,
Set or 1 arnoss,
Garden Tools I Fowls !
Elc, Km, Ktc., Etc.
w th n
mm e: r
' will tike imre.lia ei
ili-ta ico ot the n
J AS. P. AlOKGAN,
-AN INVOICE OF-
Un o nit (I.
Fiiit W.-.tcr ami
1 riict Gi ms,
Very Low Prlocs !
f call puiic ilar intention 10 j'idgus ol
DimiiO (1 u lie qimliiy of
the c .- OIHS.
Stones Mounted to Suit Purchaser.
A.ui.inbur alien !y takuu.
H. F. WlCHRflAN.
1M I w
.10 cinifnl -ui-iile Ki' nrt tit Win
kiki (luruieily 1 u leriil nci o' t'o'.
O W Mi c iirlmii ) kno n as
Park Beach Hotel
T 11 I r inisi s eor-i- of
11 I'lin tit: a
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
A I inriliilh iimiMi, (1
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
Large hikI Commodious
Stables with Carriage Honse,
Upp r FIor fltfM with Liirgo Airy
Hiioin- i-uiiMb'e, for fieri nut-",
etc, to There, in e
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connectel with iliu PiuniUesmi hic'i
cntilii bu ercetd cnitiUM-s for visitors,
rhould lite pi ice b convened inio a
hotel, for ltli:li tl i inimitably adaptnl
Tuu Hii-liitiu' fiielHtlu- cq.iaf ihe b.Bt
along the Iiiiu of beach.
BST'ho.u Pr. mUes will bo leaded for
a t rm uf ye.ira lo rupondbIu parties.
For iurllitr purilcularn apply to
W. G. lit WIN & CO.
Qf- A Springflild Gib Maeh ne it
on on lr eini-e ,u ihu pipes, nd luto
all I lie above Unililinga. npr2fi. U
New Zealand Jams i
JUST rcet ivid i c .iiMittiment of New
Z'nliitid.l in- .i to ml eaie. Fo
tulu at iow oil'''- l'
J. E. BltOWN & CO.,
227 tt 28 Merchant itreet,
The Finest Line of
Untrimmcd Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hut Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Oaiu.cs, All-over Silk Laces, New WaBh Mute
lials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Ijiuiib'n Wool Undoi-wcnr, PlnmiRl CoiUh nnd Vests,
All-wool CTJrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umalilhi'i by
CHAS. J. F8SHE , .-.-.;'
The Leading Millinery Hmifc, cor. Fort it Hotel Fte.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 && SO
Wholesale & Retail
ma 1 r
EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
and FANCY GOOD
N. B. On and alter Mav
of our Dressmaking Itooms.
UNION FEED CO,
-OFFEK AT BED
Califoriiia Hay, Oats, Ilx'au,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Kolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
tslephom-s, No. 175.
HR- E 'ifnVe over (V ().
Ie uciV, Mereliaalt-truel.
E. S. CU.VIIA.
RBAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
AW. U.VI4LK Lot HI the
cruet of Pi 'il imil
clio il Btictta, over J;f if mt
uiiii on' I'tiMui!''. wi
J. M. VIVAS.
AHOUSK wiih 3 turtle ar,l
2 i-mill ro nn wiilt'klt
chen ml hu hu nra ailiiel.id
a Mnkfii -trie', poo-ite Dr. M
ayiie'H. A pij t .loii
Cook, on "
iniM-s or at i l
ROOMS Tu LET
CO -.1 Kou I ilil.Y Pu nl-li.
ed litiom-. l! aid if e.
neit. A pl at " Immbei.
i'lin Hiii." King -treut, opposite Ka
SHialnio femi'"itj '84 tl
Furitibhed Rooms To Let
CLKfi plensani Koom-to
m hi the Mi.lircv limine..
QSsikr'icnilyorcu led by Hi King,
u riineliiiowl itect. oppubilvilie Nurih
I'Mcltiu iiMitmu. saaim
THE iiinuh p.utif the Euro.
.....in id. .ii.iiiiii.i ulll he
S un ed to a U-firabl4 perntn.
I'liiihturund lUiuiea l"lucl. Thli will
to intt ni.'st tle-lrab'o plncu i. ihocby,
nxiiwill iminidiiiie'y at'j In Urn now
iiilliiod puriot-. J. P. HOWKN,
243 Si KinopuMi Hcaiutiiuut.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NliW C'ttundtr Car
riaire iu-l flnihhed
nudhiind omely til mined
lu llri eliib siyle mn-l bo immediately
unlit loclni-uaii a" ignmmt, can bo seen
t V II PageV c. naio mnnufaclury,
No, 12$ Fori ftreei,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Borders & Decorations,
A. Liwtro Lot
Xatest Btyleu X
JiiHt: lteoclvetl I
And (or tale at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Boots & Shoes,
Designs fpfS All Prices.
D. r. KMITfT. A front..
15th, MISS CLARK will have chargo
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will practice in I lie. inner lottrts of the
ICiiiK'li'm us interne, attenil to collect
ing in all Us biatiehe!-, renting of liout-ea
Hint any other business entrui-ied to him.
Otllce 91 King Hreet-Upstairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Aho sole agent for the Maic Window
-ct ens, Com limed Bevel tquiirec, Stan,
ilnril Goodrich c o,, eung Machines,
Hir.vele.., I Mercies, Velocipedes, tc.
Otlic , corner ut licthel and King so-.,
up-iair. Anr.l7 8li.ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
i T meeting of tho Klele Publishing
1 (; lielil in Honolulu, April IU,
i88!l, the follow ing otttc rn -n ere eltcted:
T. K Lnciit. Prihldent,
Hon.J.S Waiket treasurer,
II. O. t.'rubbe Secretary,
I). W Pun, )
T. Heu, c Directors.
II. G. CKABBE,
Sicrctiry Klulo Pub Co.
Honolulu, April '0, 10. 229 lrn
San Fiuicjbco, Cat, 1
tebiuury 19 JBcO
WE herewiih eeitiry thnt llebsus.
Dixit) & Miller are otirdul) au
thorized and only 'agen's for (ho Ha.
waihin Islandb for Ihu sab ot our Lager
lleor in Mecr .
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
I DO ir John H. W iulnnd bios.
Removal of Barber Shop.
P. JARDIil ha removed hla
lion 1 1 kui Kintr meet to McCur-
tli'b Billiard ParlorB, Fori t-lrcet, wlicie
ho is prepared lo teivo with tho best
care and nentucsB ihe avocation of JiIb
art. bolicitB iliu Unci jiatronage of all.
mh 23 Hffcly
AH. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ofllcu aud ihaniiHci at Hawaiian
Hotel tables, eorncr Hotel and R chard
mreets. r-clenlillc treairaenl in all ills-cii-oii
of diimestio animals Orders for
plimtatiiiu and ranch Mock promptly
attended to, Mutual Toliplionn 854,
P, O. box 32H. mh.l8-fip
Club iiouse Dioiog Room
Having secured tho scrvicos of a
FirHt OIiimh uok
And mado many other chunges in the
management wo are now pro-
pand to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu,
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