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DAILY -BULLETIN HONOLULU, II. I., MAY 10, 1889.
Applications will be received at the
Inferior Oflice until further notice
for the purchase of 15 Building Lots
on Kulaokahun, between Beietnnm
KMunoku. and Young streets. Full
ptfrtfcu.lnrs enn be had on applicu
tion to tho Land Office.
LOREIN A. THUR8TON,
Minister of the Interior.
Intorior Office, Mny 1G, 18S9.
Pledged to neitker Sect nor Party,
But established for tlic benefit of all,
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1889.
The annual meeting of the British
Benevolent Society will he held on
the 24th inst., Her Majesty Queen
Victoria's seventieth birthday. On
behalf of the executive tho request
is made that members should pay
up'ftll dues to thcboeicty before that
n to-day's Usui! appears the full
text of the report of Mr. R. V.
Meyer, Agent, of the Board of
Health, on the Molokai leper settle
ment. The document will give
readers at home and abroad some
thing like an adequate idea of the
magnitude of this sad charge of the
The encampment of the llono
lulu Rilles, or First Battalion of
Hawaiian Volunteers, is a new de
parture in militaiy training in this
kingdom. It N a method that has
heen adopted with great advantage
in other countries for enhancing the
ediciency of the militia. The idea
is to acquaint the young soldier to
some extent with tho discipline and
privations of the field. Two days
make, however, but a very limited
period for practical usefulness. A
week would seem to he the least
time in which the men could he ex
pected to gain adequate benefit from
all the trouble. That so shoit u
time in camp is allowed the battalion
may be taken a1- evidence of the
excellent class of matciial compos
ing this body of volunteers. Ihey
really cannot be spared from their
daily avocations without demoraliz
ing the commercial and industrial
economies of the city. Even tin
professional callings and the civil
service would be seriously inter
fered with by the absence of "ihe
boys" from eil duties more than a
day. To the i- ni.minity at large
thu encampment w ill furnish a linn
pretext for enjoying a day's outing
amidst the grandest and breeziest
seines of mountain and sea on thi
island, with tlic cnlivming acees-t-ories
of military drill and music.
" HONOLULU HARBOR.
' It is only a question ol months,
probably, when the port of Hono
lulu will be required to receive
larger steamships than now come up
to its wharves. Stimulated by
threatened competition of first-class
vessels ot the latest construction,
the Oceanic Steamship Company is
promising a fortnightly service hc
' tween San Francisco and tlic Aus
tralian Colojiics. If it secures eon-
tracts and subsidies for such a
service, it will use larger ves
sels than those of the present line.
These great steamer would, under
existing conditions, have to lie out
side and make communications witli
the shore by lighters. This process
involves expense and inconvenience
to tlic company on the one hand and
to the comincrci.il community on the
other. Just consider the amount of
freight landed here by one of the
present steamers from San Fran
cisco, and the quantity of coal taken
on board by one of thoso going
through to the south, and the sugar
and bananas awaiting the north
bound fitcamer. Anyone having
any idea of the volume of business
ninde ly all those items need not he
told that the e;:trti expense of inter
mediate conveyance thereof beyond
the icef would bo serious. Thu
chances arc thai unless the expect
ed large liner can Imvu easy access
to our docks, they will only call oif
port for exchange of malls and pas
sengers by tugboat. Perhaps they
will give ns the go-by altogether for
..one out of the two trips each ic mt'i. i
In yicw of these and cognate consi
derations, it is manifest thai one of
tho most importnnt rlutltm of the
next Lffitalnlure will be the making
of liherhl provision for the improve
ment of Honolulu harbor. Tito bar
must be reduced, the bottom of the
interior further dredued. When the
Alameda was woiklng into dock on
her Inst visit, it was observed that a
few strokes of the propeller
muddied thp water. Tins showed
that tho silt constantly wnsiiing
down from land is raising the bot
tom. Hu- h being tt perpetual pro
cess a constant dredging service is
essential. If this port is to have a
future in keeping with the di vehe
ment of l'diillo trade, it must lie
made capable of giving a reception
to the hugest steamship at any time
alloat. Ko usual nicessity of. the
nation, indeed, would more fully
justify a public loan, in case of in-
sulllcient ordinary icvcnu,lhan line
one of harbor improvement.
THE RIFLES ENCAMPMENT.
Editor Hii.i.kiin: In common
with many others I should like ver
much :o pay a visit to the encamp
ment Saturday and Sunday, to sec
the boys at their camp, but the
question is how to et. there? It is
a long walk from the Tramway ter
minus at the bi idee, and a hack is
too expensive a luxury. I should
be glad to hoar that special btiases
lie put on for the two days. They
would be largely patronised.
The pioperty-ownots-on Heretania
street between Alapai and Puliation
streets have, with two or three ex
ceptions. signed an agreement to do
uatc 10 feet frontage for the propos
ed widening of tha' sliced. Thi
mcaus a ten fool fi outage on both
sides of thcftrect. If the widening i.--carried
out it will make one of tin
finest avenues in the city. The
stieel ejus will run the cnlir
length, and the call for application
in our Uy Authority column for Un
balance of lots for sale on thai
street should commend itself U
those desirous ot obtaining a nice
home within easy access of the town.
A YOUilQ BOY IN TROUBLE.
In the Police Court this morning
a Chini'be-llavvaiian boy named Ka
nana, nol quite ten years of age,
was charged with the larceny ot
three gold rings, the propeityofa
Chiuam.-iu. The boy admitted
-icalinjr the lings last Scpleuihei
and selling them for twenty live
cent-. Shoilly aflirwarcK he leltfoi
Ivona with iiis lather, bill Hie other
day turned up in Honolulu at the
house of some friends when he ad
mitted the thefl. A gold watch and
chain were also found on him. He
(aid lie tool: tlic rings because
fce wanted them, and knew it wa
wrong to steal. Sentence was sus
pended until the 2uih, so as to give
Deputy Marshal Hopkins time In
communicate with his father.
The announced sale of Go em
inent lots situated on the block
hounded by IJcrctania, Young and
Keeaiimoku streets, on the Kulaoka
liua plains, took lace at noon to
day in front of ihe Government
building, Mr. John A. Ila'-singer,
Chief Cletk of the Interior Depari
ment, wielding the hammer. Lots A
and It fronting on I'.eretania street
and M and X fronting on Yotu g
street weio knocked down to
.Mr. J. McGuirc at 3400 each.
Lot C fronting on Heretania
street, was sold to 1 Gary for
S100, and lot O fronting Young
street to Mis. Relit I; a Akiau fur
SI10. Lots P and Q with frontage
on Young street were bought by Mr.
Andrews for 10.') each. A. F.
Mciros.paid S100 for lot lL facing on
Fifteen lots remain unsold for
which application1) will be received
at the Interior Olllce until further
notice. In the above sale the lots
were sold with the understanding
that ten feet would be taken off
along the front line for the propot-td
widening of Heretania etrect.
A JURY'S RECOMMENDATION.
The jury drawn to consider the
propriety of widening Garden Lane
and closing a portion of Unn u
street, or of widening it, Iiiih made
the following recommendation:
We, the undersigned, a juiy
drawn to decide upon the propriety
of widening Garden Lane, and
widening or clo-.iug a portion of
Union htieet in the district ol Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliii, hercliy certify
tha'. on thu loth day of May, 188!),
we CMiin.ticd tlie location of such
propobed iiiiprovcincut, and after
dm deliberation, do hoeliy decide
that the improvement to lie made is
to close L'nion sticet Irnin Heretania
fill cet to and as far as the line of
the mukat bidu of the iiiilish Club
lot, ami to widen (iiuilcn Lino t.n
the II in s ol the dotted lines as
bhowii on the map heieto attached.
I'. ('. Jo.NUb,
S. JI. Uamok,
W. l' SlI.MIHATT,
Tiios. W. HonitON-.
A niiirngo woman lias married a
imuu aired Nn I. Jt as; to c
wl. ) iil 1 is v n-slcr i i t) at fan ily.
No woman can drive a null. Pitts
rasuMrxAUT ahiunokmf.kt8 ran Tin
A notice nppears elsewhcro to tho
members! of the Hist battalion, Ha
waiian Volunteers, to report at the
Armory, Friday evening, at C:3l)
o'clock, for tue'purpose of marching
to the camping grounds. After
leaving the Armory and headed by
the Hawaiian band thy line of
inarch will be along Berctania to
Richards street, down Hotel on to
Fort and King streets, along King
to 1'unahou where the band will
take the 'bus. The volunteers will
march me entire instance 10 mc
camp. The Held and staff will be
The paraphernalia for the camp
t qulnuiciit will be taken mil to
morrow morning at 8 u'tlock by a
detail in charge of Capt. Clias. Wil
der. On Sunday morning the Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh will hold divine
service at the camp at 11 o'clock.
It will i onsiht of morning prayer as
in the piayer book of the Kpiscopal
Church. The hymns will lie "Guide
mc, O Thou Gieat Jchova," to
the tune, Vienna (Russian National
Anthem), "All people that ou earth
do dweil," to the Old Hundred, and
"Thou whose Almighty word," to
the tune America.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following table shows the
standing of tlic clubs of the Nation
al League and American Associa
tion up to May 5th.
ev Yoik.. .
Kane is (. ity..
The 'Robert Elsinerc'
one of the latest things nut
not know thai this siory
was to be
continued in our necks.
We would like to see your niotliei
if she is not engaged. Seven-year-old
Engaged! Goodness, she was
engaged long ago and gol married
belore I w as born.
The Paris Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will open a
bureau of information u Xo. '20o
Rue St. Ilonore for the benefit of
women visiting the Exposition.
Poor Drowning What lets become
of your Browning s ciety, Mrs. Wa
bash? asked a Xew York gentleman
of a Chicago girl. Oh, Browning i.
iu the soup, and wc are going foi
Goethe now! N. Y. Sun.
K'-iBKIlS of tie German Bcnevo'c
Socic-y -up niiue-'t! m ni'-i t a
lieilllce o lion II. A W iuVmunn i
KKIDW. Mav '7ih. .it 2 n'el.ck p. m .
to elect (.Ulcus Wider ei-i.tf.r
'i'! tt Si:citiary.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Fmsr IUttai.ion, Hawaiian Vo-
Hoiiululu, May IC, 1SS0.
IIUTTAUON OP.nntl h'o. 3
17 VERY member of this Ooit.
U inauil is hereby oitlctetl t
iciorl nt the Aininr in Fntk'U'
I'liifo.m on FHIDAY BVKN.
IN'ti, Muy 17ih, at C-.H0 o'cloct
4 y" i y oriiEi- oi
H. F. HKIIHARD,
A G M. Robkiitbon.
Lieut .V Acting. ljutnnt. Slit 'Jl
ASPKCIAL iinciinp of tho slock,
hoi teiMif thu Inter Ixliiiitl Kienni
JS' ivigiitinn Co HI bit held on MON.
DAY. Mav -.0, l-f-'j, at Id nVlouk a. h.,
at tni'ii ntlleii nn Q.icen t-tiep'.
Pironki. J. KNA,
Hmio'u'u, May M. IbbO. 240 01
Corporal !n Noiico.
ASPKCIAL meeting nf ihe Mock
holder of the Hawaiian Curriimc
.Mmiuf icttiiinj.' I'd will be lmld tl Ihe
olllce of V O bmlth. on M"NDAY,
May SO. W0, ati m. The ol Jcc-i ot
ilie'iiii eiinir M to cni.hloir iliu uuiiturof
ilin ll-iliiti n nnd )i'incoi minion ol
ii e Cm . .t ut iitn ii'iil ilio uimlina up i f
HH lll:Slll.'i-S al (1 (1'lilri, Oil! IUlli'lltOII
ot it- ua-ol. A lull aiieiiilnncit ib du.
blud Per order of thu I'lo-iilf't
W. O. SMITH,
Secretary II. tl. ii. Co.
Honolulu, Muy IB. I8t0. 2fil
V'V' U. RRADLKY nov hii tl n Phi.
7 lite Mini), ul ,M il'.iriiiyV hi liiinl
will Poit sll'll. nScic he w'll lo
iliiiul lo s.ie l.. Iiiei. Ih ..ml an. ui .ii
uncen. Strict nttuntion will bu given to
buBincsu. 151 lw
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular Gash Sale !
On Friday, May 17th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Si'c-ron s corner of Fort nnd
Queen .irc"t, I will sell nt
Public no ion,
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Crockery & (Jhi8wnre,
Sks I ot tine-, ('tun, Urn Icy &Onloin-
Bbls and One-half bbls Salt Salmon,
Ul Is Lime, Uroccrics, Etc. Also,
1 Lnrge Bicycle,
A variety of
pjuvntjs u a insures :
Household Furniture !
3 New Brakes &" Sets Buggy Harness,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, May 18
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At tin; ("luiicy I'icmifcs. crnr o
I'utu liliowl iind'Q'ttcn sticcts, I wil
-ell at Public Aut tion,
2-story Woofien Bullm !
l'lirtilitmid into Stulilcsimd Car.
riatie It mms
3?- Building to l-n rcniovud witlih
J I!) "t
Honolulu Rifles' Encampment.
Graud Gamp Meeting at Diamond Head
S.itjrdty, tOtii, & Sunday, 1 9th.
rY retjuor, tin cite-fr frr lie' Tu
c; mpmciic linv - mm gel, with ih
t-tinsi in i.l t u etitiiiuir e, lu siippl ill
i nhlic ant vi-itms wi li l.i.n li. S.iiitJ
niches ai.tl lil .-ud t AVaur, Glnge
Ale. e c , ai fair r.tte. i!50 4
ill open a rc'n
rniii hi N
VTR II. W. Si IJM ID fins rcll win
.ijl a ii.iit e iniiii i i li m.
II. HACK HOLD & CO.
IIoiiiiIii M i l!i, l MI S4 8
DU IXG nu tuiiipoiitry ulrenco fron
the Killed m m wife will net fo
nil" iimlcr lull no.wr f ill' rm-v
T. W. t VWLINS.
Honolulu Mh ', ii-SU. t-15 .
R. LOUIS ADl.Elt heps to infoin
lA tile iiililui . it l lie lus nceivei
in elegant iiinitniuiii nf I.alie an
nt'rt Hon!'-, tIioc- u d liiper- by tin
lisl meuin-r. 2-W "n
ON. .IAS. I. DUWSrIT will nt
! r me in . urn iui !' Imsinu
muter a lull pnwei ol attorney tlurin.
inv timportiri ali-niee irnin Hi K'iiu
it'm WAL'IEK HILL.
Iliiioltdu, vy 10 lbVJ. ain l
BOATS FOR SALE.
S VV r-" inivo on nmiii one x '
i l loot w imieiieat, win
iiou cbiitur.lioutl, iiiiitjt, will,
oari, eic , ctmnltc; lutta I
for II h in p. Also, one 7fl b Clliiler
l'lciisutu klff copper f.mteaed, with
our and rowlock; will hi sold cbe..p
lor cam. I oib new. pply at
DUWEU &; SON'S,
.TiO till Hhop licui iliu Kioti Itiukel.
Mrs. II. MACM1LLAN
TTAR commenced DrcscmaUiiig, Cm
11 'ing mi I Pit inir, at bur ru'ldenci
.No 131 Niiuiitiu Avt tine, nisi to Kiigh
II hi e li 11 Telephone ISO 248 lm
Keinoval of Barber Shop.
AT P. JAKDIM lm- removed bh
llJL -blip llolll KlllirftlCUt 10 iMcCm.
uo'b IJillliinl Puiloif, FmiMiioi, wlioif
ho iH piepur.'il to t-tive with ihe ben
cure nntl nenllies-H Iliu nvoentloii ol lib
ml ttoliciu ihu I itnl painiiiiigu of nil,
m li 23 Kin v
i Tt.ROWAT, Vt 'fi imtry burgeon
t. i llli u nun i billll c ill II hamI'iiI'
Ho ej luliiih. tunei It lei .ili'l R elm id
xlieetii. l-O'Cii illc itf'iinniil in nil ill--ciucs
ol di mest' in aniiuuls Orders l"l
plimlnii-iu mill liiueh i-toul; pioininly
iiilcmltd t. Stuiuid TiiUplmnn 3i.
P. O. Uox 32n. mh.18 89
New Zealand Jams !
VL'FT recti vi d.i
J' .I'.iliiiid .1 in-
c in lunment of New
i i-o'lrii cui.rs. For
ihlo it. lo.; ii -i"' l
J. E. UICOWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street,
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
-OP "I UK-
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
Mb1 Pari;, Miilni,
Thursday, July 4, 1889.
Racesto Conmsncoat 10 o'clock a.m.
Olllclnl I'l'iicrnmme :
1 Rai'.r.ad Stake?,
thinning R ee, tf mile dnsli, for nil
Alu .i b cit i.c-rcs.
2 K hului Purso,
I'linniiiir lt.tcc. 1 mile dusk, fne to
3 Hawaiian Ckmme.cial and Su?ai
Cj.'b Fu se,
1 rutting & I'nehiR 11 ce, tu harm ss,
1 mile m-iitf b si a in 3, Tor ull Its.
wui inn liruil hu ku-.
1 Sweepstakes $25 Eaih,
Iliiiu iiic Itnco. ?4 mile dah for Ha
wail. hi b uii lmi er.
5 HL.ul Diihy,
KuimiPK Ituce, milo tlach for all
llaw.nhiii Innl. tt tar olilB.
6 Asso iation Puno,
Hiinning llnce, l mile dash, fret
Tiiiliint; ' nee, o liuriies', 1 uiii.
hems, be-t a m it. !r till lior-t!
uitlioui a icconl of H:4U or butcr.
1 Waikapu Puise,
Ituuning Ituce, J mile dash, for n
iliiwniiiin bn-d li r'-es llmt hax
nevur run a ublic raci .
3 - Wailuku P rs,
Hunuiiig tt.iec, J mile heals, best 1
in !, fr Maui lirutl h ies.
10 Kala Puree,
Running U.-icc, y, mile dash, fo
P 'ii'ns II li in l" (m uiidor, Id ciirr;
100 Hi- or more.
't'roiiinur H e. "- hirmss 1 tnl
heal-, In si - 'i :i, fue n it 1.
12 Novelty Racs.
ICmi niiitr It'tc . 1 mile thi-h. for H
wntitn liretl h r-t;-, lt qiiitrler, 'Im
qimrtur. :tnl iiniiit r, 4 h quarter.
.3 Corinthian Race,
itiinni gUe' 1 mile dusk, frc t
a I. own.-!- t i Mc, well rweulits.
4 Mana Cup.
Ilumiiiii: It ic 1' iiiih
llmviiinui ietl li"id. s.
5 Mule Eaei?.
Uunntiif! Km e. 4 m'lc dash, fne t
111', i! icliweinln"
v Ml inti - cIiim- T iii"-dv, .lir
J, 18S0 i 12n 'ii, Mini inn t he mail
. hriiiiiir w h li'' n"','-l '
L M. VETLESEN,
49 lw .-n-i-iiuuy.
Paaoiiac Plantation, )
i aw . i. Unci) !). 18 8 f
KImiIom Ii-oii Jt Iiruinotlvo YVorKi-,
Gi:mi.emkn u Inivc u-eil tnoo
our 3 -chambered Flhcr Presses thi
ti- n. Tiny -'ii! cm veiiiutn, uA .
iiindleil mill ru wokiug eiiiirely "
ur wHiisfaci n. I ciiu reconuncad n
mp'iivi men on tin m.
V iv tc te till your'.
"(riifnitl) A. MOORE,
Maniitifi I'.eiuliau I'luiiiulion.
Thcfe Pii's-u- tie mritlt! extra hiav)
for li'-h pri'MU et., ouisupii-s a 11 oi
spnee 11 teei h 4 feet, and priciiiB u
fllteriui! hinl'irc ol 240 square leet.
A limited uuutbu in sn-ck in llono
lulu unci nre ro tl i very low prxes.
EUdon Iroa & Loco. Works,
CSTFor o'trtlcu ir nqulre nf
JOHN DYER. Honolulu,
Room At . 3 prrckkla' Ulouk.
S3S0 tf W. Q. Lw n & Co.. Agents.
JUST TO HAND
Ex 'G N. WILCOX.'
Elliciciit Wood Preserver !
fou bai.k at1
F. A. Sohaefer & Oo.'s
140 1 v
-25 Couti Pound.
Picked Every Day I
WOLFE & Co.
VfcTia i8 for nrilcif to be llllcil fur
ihu oilier IxlaiuU, will bo picked right
from tho vines. 245 lm
SAFES ! o
HALL'S SAFE & LOCK COMPANY.
Safes of Every Discription.
FIRE PROOF & BURGLAR PROOF
Viunt Iterw. iSco , Sco.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Rihlions, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho Now Shades;
Silk Lacc, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Hoy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Iitunh'n Wool Underwear, fr'lntinel Conts nntl Vests,
All-wool l vjrhhiits, Etc., Etc., just icccivcd hy tho "Umatilla" by
CHA3. J. FISHEI.,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel Fte.
Hie Itauf acturers' Shoe Oo
88 & 8 2&S5
Wholesale & Retail
Correct Styles &S Latest
B. F. EH MRS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
(0" N. It. On and after Mny
of our Dretfcmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
t'alifornia Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Koll'etl Barley,
Middling- Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
'POlcii-o for a number of
L eiirs a '"nUiice wilb
5 :i'l, or a roomy yard alone.
eential lncHtinn ii "'I'-iicil. Alilrn
uilieuiitr- P O. B x 303. 250 2t
AUOTTAGE, comer Kinnu
mill I'eueii'-ola sirco .
A, ply to
W. O. ATWATEIt,
11 n. lulu trim i oik!:.
I11UK dfllres over C. O.
E. S. CUNIIA.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
AVI U.MihE Lot at tin
curiier of Ftrt uml
clioul uliceU, over Ja of tui
tctu with onu Collage. Applv
J. M. VIVAS.
. .ni.ill rn m ullli kit.
KMflfi clien lid lm lirimin aititci.id
on Alnkvu -lriei, ppoiilo Dr. M-
WiiyiicV. Aipl t Jolin Cool;, on . -t
in lf.es, or at hih tll e.
ROOMS TO LET
OOMFOUTMILY Fu nl-h
til K'leni-. in aid it ic.
. i ii 1 1 ei I . Ai'iily ul1' liiiinliei.
In) ii Ho ift," King Mruci, opposli" Kn.
wiijitluin --cmini) H4 tl
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NKW Ontiiiidtr Oir.
1 1 ii co in -t llublied
nnd hitllil onit'l.' t liiunetl
In llrM club riy ii mi-i be intuit diulcl.t
buhl iu clohu an n- ignuiiiil, eau Iiumcii
nt vv II I'nueV C'riiuu neinufaoiui)
Nn. 12-t foil -treul.
HAWAIIAN IlL'fclNEaS AGKKOY.
T. H. HOBRON,
Agent for Hawaiian Itland.8.
Boots & Shoes.
D. 1"5. SMITH. Ajro"-
loth, MISS CLARK will have charge
. 1751 ly
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will piacticc in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as aitornej, attend to collect
ing iii ull its biunchcti, renting of homes
anil any other business cntru-ted to him .
Office 01 King S'rcet Upstairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Aho sole agent for tho Malo Window
Screens, Combined Devol fcqunres, Stan,
tlurd, Goodrich, cc, Sewing Machines,
Kicyclcd, Tric.tcles, Velocipedes, etc.
Ofllc-, corner of licthel and KingstK,
ups-tairi. Apr.17 8.ly
Ban Fiiancisco, Oal.,
Febiuiiry 10. 18c9,
WE herowlih ceitlly that Messrs.
Doild & Miller aru our dul an.
Iborized nnd only ngenis for tho ila.
viallitii I-htnilh for the tub of our Lager
lieer l" ken-.
JOHN WIELAND HREWINGCO.,
100 if John H. Wiehind bios.
NOTICE ol REMOVAL.
ALFX. I LOUR, Lock & Gimsmllli,
lm-. rtmvi(l ojiponilu in the pre
inisi s oictii itd fiiniieriy by MuxEckiirt
hh a jtwelry f.ioio, next door to tlutt'.
bdiliuiuer & Co., in tho D.unon Ulock,
licthel Mieut. 240 1m
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AIi SMITH i an removed his place
of hu-i(84 mi Fo-t s'reot to
ill rtnre In tie el Ijro Blmck, just
c 'w Wo mo it O ."V, tori sticet,
li io hew 1 n p n-meil to firve his
oi m in is until I i n v i-1 oro is finished,
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
T W. McGUIRE having moved his
' place of bii8luos from tho oflico
of Ihu Hawai an 'i'limsfiir Co., to tho
burners i-hop of K. I'll li t. No. Oi King
ctrcei, beg to notify hbjfiiu ds and tho
iubllu geiicriily lli.il ho ready to con
tinue ihu ex, ns and dry hiisliiusn
under the name of J W. McGuirc. Bell
Telophono No. 11 1, Mutual 53. 230 tt
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