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DAILY BULLETIN' HONOLULIT, H. I., MAY 14, 1889.
Plcdtrtd to neither Sett nor JParty,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, WAY 11, 1889.
Everything looked "lovely" nt
last nilvices from the Berlin confer
ence ou Samoan affairs. The same
was, however, the case just previous
to the adjournment that proved to
be the collapse of tho Washington
conference. Statements of what
"the United States Government is
standing for, what the German Gov
ernment is likely to demand, and
the tangled web of Sainoan land
claims, arc enough to convince the
intelligent observer that, unless lib
eral concessions be made on nil
sides, there are "breakers ahead."
In England the attorney and
the barrister belong to different
branches of the legal profes
sion. The Lord Chief Justice
(Lord Coleridge), while presiding'
lately at the annual dinner of the
Birmingham Law Students' Society,
spoke at some length on the fusion
of the legal branches. The system,
he said, had its groat virtues and it
had its great and crying cvi's. In
America where there was no such
division in name, natural selection
sent some of the members of a firm
into court and kept others in their
chambers. But the principle re
mained ; and he believed the exten
sion to England was not, whether
they liked it or not, very far off.
He was doubtful whether it would
be a benefit or not, but quoted Mr.
Benjamin in the opinion that the
English was the better sj-steni for
training able men for any public
position, while the American was
the more satisfactory to the vast
majority of clients in ordinary times.
Decentralization seems to be the
watchword of reform in Great Bri
tain. The new county councils just
established in England are likely to
be extended at an early day to Scot
land. Possibly home rule for Ire
land win auvance to tne urst prac
tical stage in the extension of mun
icipal government to the counties.
Tins might indeed be supposed to
be an excellent training for the
larger measure of local government.
There are many reasons, despite all
the obstacles that may be cited, for
believing that some scheme of mun
icipal government' would work an
important reform in the Hawaiian
Kingdom. Its functions could be
divided between those of complete
local independence in many minor
matters, and those wherein the
municipal representative councils
should be delegated the disburse
ment, within their representative
jurisdictions, of tlir national reve
nues appropriated for their respec
tive districts. A well-devised sys
tem of the sort would certainly save
much heart-burning in the rural
districts, now caused by the Govern
ment's acting, not upon the advice
and desires of the inhabitants at
large but according to the dictates
of small rings or cliques of pariah
A CHIXAMAN HANGS HIMSELF.
Shortly after ten o'clock this
morning word was telephoned to the
Station House that a Chinaman em
ployed nt the lcsidcnce of Mr. W.
O. Atwater, Kinau street, had hung
himself in his room. "Deputy-Marshal
Hopkins at once empanelled
the following jury: Messrs. J.J.
Egan, Ch. Gertz, S. Lesser, II.
J. Lovcjoy, E. II. Wolters and M.
Davis. Thcso gentlemen drove out
to the place to examine the body.
On arriving there the 'Chinaman's
room door was locked. It was
broken open and the man found in
a kneeling position quite dead and
hanging by a rppe fastened to a
large nail driven in the crack be
tween two hoards nearly at the top
of the room. His clothc3 were all
done up in two bundles. The body
was cut down aud the Deputy Mar
shal commenced the inquest.
In evidence it transpired that the
Chinaman, All See by name, hail
betu in the employ of Mr. Atwater
about two weeks and was a very
good servant. On Mondny he cora
palincd somewhat of not feeling
well, but was around nt Ills work
as usual this morning, though
acting very strangely. lie slept at a
house corner of Berctania and Pen
sacola streets, and about ten min
utes past nine o'clock started there
witli u wheelbarrow to fetch his
clothes. He returned a few' mo
ments later without them. About
ten o'clock lie was missed and word
being sent over to tho store, a Chi
naman came and faeurcbed for him
withthe result as abovo stated.
Tho jury was to meet agaiu at 2
o'clock this afternoon to tako further
Editor Bulletin: Tho "Ga
zette," in a long and rambling edi
torial, noticinc n short and conciso
communication in tho Bulletin by
" Justice," Announces "a slander
disposed of." Your "American"
claims that tho chargo roferrcd to is
not a slander, and that it is not dis
posed of Others and they are
not all Americans cither agree in
this. Aud because wo dare to differ
with the infallible and Immaculate
Gazette, and have the temerity to
say so, it asserts that we are "woe
fully ignorant and wilfully dis
honest," "vicious and malignant,"
and calls ut "idiots," "beasts,"
"verminous." Wo are grieved to
read such harsh and unkind lan
guage in that staid and dignified
paper, and begin to suspect that it
is reduced to the use of haul word"
by the want and need of good tem
per and sound reason.
While the present writer can in
dignantly repel the imputation of a
"vicious desire to excite the hatred
of the native against the foreigner,
through the verminous portion of
the native press," for he has had
no intercourse with that portion of
it, whatever that may be, or indeed
with any other, he did say in plain
English in the Bulletin, not "at
last," but soon after the so-called
constitution was published, that be
side other wrongs, it abridged and
lessened the rights and power of
Not having observed the "kicking
cloven-footed bcaBts" that are said
to be roaming about, but full of
wonder as to their appearance, a
horrid horned dilemma is aimed at
us, which the Gazette says has two
horns, wilful dishonesty and woeful
ignorance. Declining to be im
paled on the first, and accepting the
assignment of a place on the other,
at least for a time, we can ponder
the dictum of the new Daniel, and
as we are tossed about on our airy
and insecure scat, the very first ob
ject is to us a monstrosity, a man
that has "inherited no franchise by
right of birth!" Does any Ameri
can, or Englishman, or Frenchman,
or any patriot accept this dispensa
tion as gospel? Then what are we
proud of and cherish, and are will
ing to fight for, unless it be fran
chises that we are horn to, and take
with our first breath. The Jews in
herited something by God's promise
to Abraham, and breathes there a
man with soul so dead, who never
to himself has said, this is my own,
rny native land.
The "disposer of slanders writes
further, "Iso part of any franchise
has been taken from any man for
being poor or for any other reason."
Yet further on he says, "the authors
of the new constitution." Who were
thc3r, how delegated, when aud
where did they compose it, and who
is proud to claim to have made the
King say, that he was duly author
ized and empowered to abrosatc
and annul the constitution'-' These
authors "had for an object to secure
a more conservative iniluence than
universal suffrage would give," so
they drew a six hundred dollar line
which they knew would shut out
many Hawaiians, and oreate a privi
leged, wealthy class, to be legally
qualified repeaters men who could
vote with the poor in their box, and
vote again in another.
If two men had acquired from the
same source, and had exercised for
forty years the undisputed rights to
draw from the public treasury a sum
of money in equal shares, and a new
paymaster gives one something more
than his half half the remainder to
a new man, what is left to the other
original partner? Oh, no! nobody
has been deprived of anything.
Well, then, it seems as if his meas
ure had at least been diluted. I
know in all my ignorance that in the
United States a poor man has as
much a power as a six hundred dol
lar man in the choice of mayor, of
alderman and senator and tne con
servative influence. X.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
lir J. F. MOHHAN.
At 10 a. ni., at the residence of
Mr. C. A. Gelattc, Kapiolani Park,
(Wight premises), tho entire house
hold furniture. Full particulars
Last evening the first battalion,
Hawaiian Volunteers, had battalion
drill on Palace Square, in command
of Major II. F. Hebbard. "It was
tho best bnttulion drill wo have ever
had, and less mistakes were made
than on any previous occasion" said
Capt. Fisher this morning. Drum
Major W. C. King furnished tho
After the drill Major Hebbard
gave the battalion directions as to
going into camp on Friday of this
TOYS AND BOOKS WANTED.
H. II. M. S. Espieglo is daily ex
pected at this port to relieve tho
Cormorant. The latter vossel after
leaving Honolulu will call at a num
ber of islands in the Pacific, and tho
Chief Engineer,Mr. W. J. Harding,
is desirous of collecting together
toys of any desciiption, toy-books,
illustrated papers, etc, to dis
tribute among the children
at the diUcrcut islands where
the Cormorant will touch. Any ar
ticles above mentioned left al this
olllce will bo sunt to Mr. Harding,
who promises to furnish a report of
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
EXPENDITUnES FOIl THE TEAU ENDIXO
ji Alien SI, 1889. nnroiiT or
SUIIVET EN01NEEU, ETC.
The following documents arc self
BUUEAU OF THE II. F. D.
Honolulu, April 30, 1889.
To lhs Excellency L. A. Tiiims
ton, Minister of the Interior.
Sir: In compliance with Section
o of Chapter -to Laws of 1888, re
lating to the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment 1 have the honor to submit to
your Excellency the annexed stato
ments of the expenditures of tho
department for tho twelvo months
ending March 31, 1889.
By tho recent enactment of the
Legislature it became necessary for
the department to adopt new by
laws. I would therefore report that
such by-laws have been promulgated
by the department and arc now in
force, a printed copy of which I
For the present 1 am unable to
fulfill the requirement to furnish
your Excellency with a list of tho
certificate members of the depart
ment, owing to the recent consum
mation of tho 'department by-laws
aud the necessity of certain preli
minaries required by Section 11 of
said Chapter 4.5 which 1 am having
attended to. But I hope to be able
to furnish such a list of the mem
bers with my next semi-annual state
ment of expenditures.
1 also enclose herewith a report
of the number of fires which have
occurred during the twelve months
ending March 31, 1889, together
with the Survey Engineer's state
ment of expenditures ou account of
each company of the department.
I have the honor to be your Ex
cellency's obedient servant,
Chas. B. Wilson,
Chief Engineer II. F. Dept.
Onicr. or Finn Marshal & S. E.
Honolulu, April 22, 1889. J
C. B. Wilson", Esq., Chief Engineer
Honolulu Fire Department.
Dear Sir: According to your
instructions I now present you with
a statement of the workings and ex
penditures of the various divisions
of the Honolulu Fire Department,
from April 1, 1S88, to March 31,
On Nov. 1, 1888, you appointed
me with the approval of His Ex. L.
A. Thurston to the dual ollice of
Fire Marshal and Survey Engineer.
Sineo then I have made thorough
examinations of all the stores and
dwelling houses in Honolulu, fiom
Liliha street to Alapai street, and
from School street to the water front
with regard to kerosene oil, cook
stoves and fire places. The law witli
regard to kerosene oil is Very poor.
Some stores in Maunakea street,
Smith street, and Hotel street, arc
wooden buildings 8x10, 8x12 and in
one or two cases Gxl2,each carrying
and entitled to carry 10 cases. One
place I noticed in particular in
Maunakea street. Within a space of
42 feet front there were 4 stores,
cacli one of them carrying 10 cases,
and in sheds in the back yards, 35
more cases were stowed, in diffeient
lots. Some of thu cook stoves and
lire places I found in a very danger
ous condition, they are in a much
better condition now. To facilitate
matters I emploj'cd an interpreter
for a few days ; by so doing a great
deal of good was accomplished, there
was no misunderstanding, the China
men knew at once what they had to
do and made the alteration at once.
Accompanying this is a fire chart
for the year iroui April 1, 1888, to
March 31, 1889, giving the number
Had location of all the fires in tabu
lated form, witli losses, Insurance
amounts paid, names of Insurance
Co.'s and the agents. There have
been 58 fires all told, as you will sec
by chart, 21 have been still alarms,
and out of the 58 fires 21 have been
You will also see by the chart the
number of drills held by cacli Com
pany and their volunteers.
In the report you will find a state
ment of how the appropriation has
been used and divided amongst the
various divisions of the Depart
ment. Three engine houses have been
repaired, viz. : Nos. 1, 2 and 4, each
of the four steam fire engines linvc
been fitted witli a new copper swivel
stand pipe for the ground hydrants,
which will bo n great bavins on the
2jl suction hose. They havo like
wise been supplied with 41 feet each
of new 2 suction hose to fit copper
stand pipes. The tuhei in No. 4
boiler are bad and will be replaced
with new ones when they ariive. I
have had to plug four of them up, not
having enough work to do and stand
ing so long in the house the water
acts on them very severely and pits
them very much between steam and
I havo instructed the engineers of
the various engines to blow oil' their
boilers every week and keep tho
water at different levels.
The tubes for No. 4, relief valves
for Nos. landS, torches, etc., are
now on the way and will bo here
shortly. The Department has a
Kood 6upply of hose, couplings,
suction and discharge valves, etc.,
enough to carry through the balance
of the term.
Since Nov. 1, 1888, I have only
been notified of two complaints, viz:
ono of a" defective stove pipe at n
pol factory on King street near
South street. I interviewed the
Chinaman on the matter and he had
it fixed tit once. The other was burn
ing rubbish in back yard of house
next to the Lyceum. I cautioned tho
parties of it and they havo not
burned any rubbish since.
There is another tiling that re
quires attention and that is tho test
ing of kerosene oil. This ought to be
part of tho duties of tho Fire
Marshal; ho will then know, or
ought to know, that thcro is no
dangerous oil on the market.
Since Nov. 1, 1888, 13 applica
tions have been presented to make
certain alterations, additions or re
pairs, to buildings both in and out
of the fire limits, and permits to 12
have been granted.
EXrENDITCnnS OF TUE HONOLULU FIIIE
DEl'AUTMENT fok the six
MONTHS EKMNU SEPT.
Wages nml Labor, paid Fire
men 93,837 CO
ltutits 400 CO
Illuminating Oil CI 2S
hnglno Minpllc 3C A't
Other Supplies 102 70
Telephones 103 CO
Horses ICO 00
Cartage and Conveyance 74 01
Ilcpahs to Apparatus 23 00
Labor and Material to Houses .17 30
Printing and Advertising 83 2i
Coal and l'ucl 'M no
Water Kates 30 00
Miscellaneous 300 07
EXl'ENDITUUESOF THE HONOLULU FIltE
DEl'AUTMENT FOK THE SIX
MONTHS ENDING MAUCI1
Wages and Labor, paid Fire
men $3,401 50
Rents r7 "D
Illuminating OU 102 25
Engine Supplies 121 25
Other Supplies 110 08
Telephones 150 00
Hordes HO 00
Cartngc and Conveyance 13.", 00
Repaiiing Apparatus 211 50
i.anor anu iuatciiai, nouses.. i w
Priming and Advertising.
. 137 11
Coal and Fuol..
John C. White,
E. & Fire Marshal.
SUPREME CQURT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFOKE M'CULLT J.
Tuesday, May 14th.
In re estate Nancy Wirt. Petition
for probate of will, etc. Ordered
that will be admitted to probate and
that W. O. Smith be appointed exe
cutor under S1500 bond. Appeal
noted hy contestant. W. O. Smith,
petitioner in person ; J. L. Kaulu
kou for Pnpi (k), contestant.
In ic estate Kekuewa (w). Peti
tion of D. K. Mikucla for letters of
administration. Ordered that letters
be issued under 5100 bond. S. K.
Kane for petitioner.
Tuesday, May 14th.
Peter Costa, a sailor on the G. N.
"Wilcox, was charged with disturb
ing the quiet of the night. He was
reprimanded nnd discharged.
Ah Sing was fined $50 and sen
tenced to 1 honr's imprisonment for
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion. 6. A, fi. Notice,
Headquarters, Geo. W. DeLoxg")
Post, No. 45. Dkit. or Cali- I
FOItNIA,G. A. It.
Honolulu, Mav 14, 18S9. J
THERE will he a regular
mei ting of ibis Post
THIS (Tucs-duy) EVEN
TNG, In in "Hall, King
stieut, at 7:30 o'clock. In
Btallation of Oltlcers for Hie
ennuing year. A full at.
tendance is requested.
Post Lorn m under.
VOLNEY V. ASIIFOMD,
Adjutant. 249 It
THE qttnrterly meeting of the Union
Feed Co. will lie held in the office
of the Company on THURSDAY, May
lGth, at 12 o'clock norm
S. F. GRAHAM,
Honolulu, May 14, 1889. 240 2t
A SPECIAL meeting of tho stock,
holders of the Inter-Islund Steam
Navigation Co. will be held on MON
DAY, May 20, IPSO, at 10 o'clook a. m.,
at tneir office on Queen street.
Per order. J. ENA,
Honolulu, May 14, 1889. 249 Ot
IYTR. II. W. SCHMIDT his retired aa
LYJL a partner from our 11 ' in.
II. IIAOKPELD & CO.
Honolulu, May 11), 1-H9 24 8t
riMIE annual meeting of the 1st Divl.
JL slon of the Lidnokalnui Kduca,.
lional Society will be held at the resi
dence of II. ft. H. 1'riticiHi LUiunkulani
at Wushliu'lon Place, on WEDNES
DAY, May 15t.li, at 4 o'clock 1: m., lor
election of officers for the ensuing year.
A lull attendance is rcquiMcd.
533 4t PER ORDER.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Road Jury diawn to consider tho
propriety of widening Garden Lane aud
cln-dng a portion of Union street or of
widening Union stiect, will meet at iny
olllco on WEDNESDAY. May )C, 1889,
at 2:'M o'clock i m., aud after view
ltiK ;lio locality of the proposed changes
will adjourn to the office of the Minister
ot thu Interior, for deliberation, and all
perrons interested in said proposed
street .inproveinont are hereby uotilled
that they will then and there bo given
an opportunity of being heard coneern
lli'r the muiw.
JNO. II. fiOPER, Marshal.
Honolulu, May Uth, 1889. 219 It
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On Wednesday, May 15
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tlio rcslilcnco of Mr O. A.. Gelattc.
Kiiplnlnnl I'ark. (Wight Premises), I
will soil at Public Auction,
Tho Entire Housoh'd Furniture
B, W. Marblctop Center Table,
Large Center & Sofa Tlues,
Decorated Limps & Chandeliers,
1 Cottage Piano !
Blnck Walnut Whatnots,
Kon Center Table, Pictutcs,
1 M Walnnt Secretary,
Carpal Rorkcrs, . W. Chairs,
Curtn9 and Pole,
2 Black W. .Marblctop Bedroom Sots,
Mattrasscs nnd Pillows,
Koa Clicffiinicr, Wardrobo,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
B. W, Sideboard!
Crockery & Olnswiro.
Kitchen Stove & Uten-ilr,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
One Carriage Horse,
1 Patent Hmkc,
1 Family Carriage,
Set of Harness,
Garden Tools ! Fowls !
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
ESySprciiil Car uill lenvo the corner
of Kort and King strtuts to-morrow
morning, at fl:33 o'clock, carrying pas.
BPiigers to tho sale of furniture at Wai
klki. JAS. F. MORGAN,
By order of Iho sipnee of the Kf-tntp
of ft McKenzie, I will fcM at Public
Auction at my Stalest oom, Queen street,
On Thursday, Rflay 16,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91..
The balance of st' ck, comprising:
Single and Double BLOCKS !
Patent Shears, Connecting Links,
Ma t lit ops, Hooks & Eyes,
Carpenter's Chisels, Paints,
Linseed Oil Globe Lanterns,
sidelights, Kusin, Aspliultum,
Hemp, Duck, &cM &c
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesro' m Qttepn street, I will
sell at I'u'ilic .Auction, for ac
count of whom it may
UglolM PARLOR Set,
Decorated Japanese and China Vases,
B. W. Chairs,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
For San Francisco
The Fast Sailing Schooner
Win sail for tho above port on
Wednesday, May 15th,
At 12 o'clock noon.
8"For freight or passage, having
excellent accommodation, apply to
F. A SCHAEFER & CO.,
218 2t Agents.
Mrs. H. MACMILLAN
LI a commenced Uressinaiunir.
JDL ting ami Fitting, at her residence
Ntt 131 Ntiuutiu Avenue, next
House, Brll Telephone 180.
JW, LUNING respectfully requests
that all claims ngainst him will
bo presented .for settlement before tho
20lh May. Also tht all claims duo to
him bo paid ou or before that date.
JOHN RIT.-ON seeks offlco employ,
ment, town or country To bo found
at Messrs .1, P, Coi burn & Co ' ollice
or, address P. O Box -)20. 2U lw
GRAPES FOR SALE.
JlTR. T. OR1STLEY, Fort street, just,
1YX below Hchool street, has for sale
a quantity of fine Grnn6s on the vino.
People wishing to purchase may call at
tho above plnc-i any day after ft o'clock
i. m., aud belect any quantity at the rate
of 6 lbs. for ?1. 241 Iw
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, lint Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hal Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Lacce, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Hoy's Shirt Waists,
Flue Iitunb's Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats ami Vents,
All-wool OTcrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHED,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort it Ilolel sts.
SS & SO aS&r
Wholesale & Retail
Correct Styles pP" Latest
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On and after Mav
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, Wo. 175.
"HREE Offices over C. O.
Herder's, Merchant street.
E. S. CU.VHA.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
VALUABLE Lot at tho
corner of Fort and
chool streets, over of an
tcru with ono Cottage. Applv to
14tf J. M. 'VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 8 large and
2 small roi ms with kit
chen find bathroom attached,
on Alakea Mreet, rpponito Dr. Mc
Wnynu's. A ply to Jubu Cook, on pre
mires, or at iltib office. 219 tf
ROOMS TO LET
J ed Rooms.
Hoard i re.
quired. Apply at "Chamber.
lain House," King street, opposite Ka
waiahno Seminary. 184 tf
Furnished Rooms To Let
CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to
let at the McUrew House,
recently occui led by Mr. King,
on I'unchbowl street, opposito tho North
Pacific Institute. 228 lm
THE lunch pirt of tho Euro
pean Hotatirant will be
rented to a desirable person.
Counter and fixtures intact. This will
bo the most deslrnblo place ii ilic city,
as it will immediately adjoin Iho now
billiard parlor. J. P. BOWEN,
213 5t Europenu licstuuraut.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
INICW Uutunucr car
riage just finished
and handsomely trimmed
In first class stylo must be immediately
sold to close au assignment, can bo scon
at W. H. Page's ctrriago manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAUAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Bordors & Decorations,
A. Largo Lot :
X,utcHt (Styles !
.TuBt nooolvod t
And for sale at reduced prices.
Boots & Shoes.
P. 33. SBXITEI, AKont.
15th. MISS OLATTK- will l,nv ni,n
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing in all its branches, renting of houses
aud any other business entrusted to him.
Office 9L King Street Upstairs.
R. TV. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
Screens, Combined Bevel Squares, Stan,
dard, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
Office, corner of Bethel and King sts.,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of tho Elele Publishing
Co. held in Honolulu, April 10,
1889, the following officers were elected:
T. R. Lucas President,
Hon. J. S. Walker Treasurer,
H. G. Crabbo Secretary.
D. W. Pun, ) "
T. lieu, V Directors.
II. G. CRABBE,
Secretary Elelo Pub. Co.
Honolulu, April 10, 1889. 229 lm
San Fiiakcibco, Cat,., 1
February 19, 1889. J
WE herewith certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller are ' our duly au
thorized and only agents for tho Ha.
wailan Islands for tho sale of our Lager
Beer in keg".
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John U. Wieland Bros.
Removal of Barber Shop.
P. JARDIM has removed his
t-lioi) trom Kin it street to McCar.
thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort street, where
he is prepared to servo with the best
caro and neatness the avocation of his
art. Solicits tho kind patronage of all.
AB. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllco and phaunacv at Huwaiian
ILotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
htreets. Sciculillc tieatmcnt in all d is
eases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation und ranch Mock promptly
attended ti. Mutual Telephone 354,
P.O. Box 32(1. inh.18.89
Club House Dining Room
Having secured tho services of a
Firnt CIuhh Cook
And made mouy other changes In tho
managcmeuT we aro now pro-"
pared to put up tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honoluluf
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