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DAILY BULLETIN HONOLULU, H. !., MAY 17, 188b.
Applications he received at tho
Interior OJnco until further notice
for tho purchase of 15 Unililing Lots
on Ktilaoknlma, between llcretania
ICcauiiioku nntl Young sttcets. Fall
particulars can be had on applica
tion to tho Land Office.
' LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of tho'lnterior.
Interior Office, May 10, 1889.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1889.
An Arizona Judge refused to per
mit an editor, defendant in a libel
suit, to show what was tho ordinary
meaniug of the words, "fine work,"
which the prosecution held to mean
"bribery and corruption." The
judgment consequently obtained
against the defendant was reversed
by the higher Court on appeal.
This result spoiled the "fine work"
of thcfirbt trial Judge.
It has often been said that any
thing in the vegetable kingdom 'an
find a congenial cliine at one point
or other in those islands. Tho samc
thing is lepeatedly proving true in
matters outside of that realm. A
counterfeit of the gliding foot
amusement of boreal , regions has
had a long successful day here, its
great lack that probably worked its
decline being the absence of the
crisp breath of Jack Frost. Doubt
less its all-the-year-round practica
bility has also made roller skating
become monotonous. Isow wc have
toboggan riding introduced, with
more fidelity to the original than
the skating imitation, in that the
bracing effects of its sudden plunge
into the briny bath are an agreeable
substitute for the exhilarating rush
of its prototype through the nipping
air from the Arctic.
The Tramways Company and the
police must immediately suppress,
hoodlums on the cars with a strong
hand. The author of the outrage
on Mr. Ho Fon, related by himself,
should be arrested at once and se
verely punished. IlaviDg known
that gentleman for years (he is edit
or of the Chinese newspaper), we
know that he is incapable of giving
wanton provocation of any offensive
conduct. Complaints have reached
us, moreover, of drivers and con
ductors of en using abominable
language in presence of carloads of
passengers including ladies. It is
true that the company have as-ked
that complaints of this sort should
be lodged at their office, but many
people join a car without making
a note of the time, and often the
complaint is made incidentally when
the offense is days old and thus im
possible to be certainly brought
home to the offender. There arc,
howevor, some of the carmen who
always act like gentlemen, and
these remarks are intended only for
the contrary set.
The Philadelphia "Enquirer" lu.s
published several interviews collect
ed from "solid men" of the South,
in reply to questions, as to what is
the Southern question, and how it
should be dealt with for the best
advantage to the South. There is a
marked unanimity in most of the
sentiments expressed, the mote
varying ones being, in effect, that
the Southern question is the race
problem, that the Southern States
should bo left to manage their in
ternal affairs in their own way ; that
(Governor Buckner of Kentucky's
opinion) there is no Southern ques
tion, that sectional agitation is in
jurious and should not be en
couraged, and would be reduced to
the minimum if the States attendul
each to its own business while sup
posing the general Government in
the exercise of its legitimate func
tions; and (this the opinion of
Lieutenant Governor Mauldin of
South Carolina) that the Federal
Government can help the South by 1
uppoiuting to office men of character
and capacity, by dealing generously
in the mattor of international im
provement and by refunding the
cotton tax. "In other words," says
this authority, "let the South
Editoi: Buxletih: This subject
has been wo-n almost threadbare by
articles i ro and con in the newspa
pers of thus city. Nevcillitless
thcre.aro some aspects of tho sub
ject that ure not threadbare, and
these wc propose to consider. No
man who values the retpect of hU
fellows will confess himself to be
either an intemperite ma'i or an ad
vocate cf iiitenipciancc. Wc may
assume a unanimity of v iniun as to
inteuipeianic. A!I concede it to be
a crying evil. Every good man de
sires its eradication. The foes of
r.1?C. ,,'.:. ii-,.: !...,:".
..-..... nt nf f u'ft nlnucat-
iiincn 111 II III.IILIILIIJ 111 LIIU -..lh- j
sive use of btimulunts and thou who
condemn their use at nil. The lat
ter class contends that moderate
drinking eventually terminates in
excess and that eery indulgence in
the use of alcohol is a twig beut to
ward the inclined tree of habitual
intoxication. They regard every
moderate drinker as an agent
for and an abettor of intemperance.
They scoff t tho temper-nice senti
ments ol tlusc who drink temper
ately and insist that the torec of ex
ample o'ttwo'glis the power of pre
cept. Were this unjutc piineipie
applied to an estimate of our
churched we should have few con
verts. Tlusc sd'-ionstiiuted cen-E-ors
declare temperance is abstin
ence and read out of the temperance
ranks all w.io dissent from their ex
treme viuvs. Thus they deprive
the (nin-c cf many valmble allies.
The parties to drinking a;e two
the teller and the buyer.
The seller exists in compliance
with tho demand of the buyer. He
is a Cilerer, but many teuipeiance
people regard him ab a tempter.
There is in existence a holy horror
of the rumjeller. lie is viewed as
a mi n shor i of every good impulse,
who imicliK himsilf behind iniqui
tous concessions of lav to ruin his
fellow man. He is an agent of the
devil to di'i.g men down Iroui their
limb estate. He thiows oat allure
ment's to make men drunkards. He
deprives customers of money and
reason at the same time. To this
end he gilds h.s s: loon and decorates
it to please the eye. Like a spider
he v eaves .lis net for flies, lie aims
to make nun primarily frin';ers,aiid
finally drunkards. He i-j constantly
lying' in wait lor victims. His greed
for money renders him insensible to
feelings of kindness or mercy.
With no aloha for thvi liquor
dealer and with no desire to apolo
gise for his avocation, we must dis
sent from such extreme views. We
believe there are very fiw, if any,
whiskey sellers who desire to make
drtinkaids As a part of their busi
ness they desire to sell liquor. Thej
are in business and consequently
desire patronage. They cater not
only to the 'appetite of their patrons
in the selection of their stock, but
also to thcr taste in the appoint
ments of the saloon. A saloon is
gilded and adorned rather to defer
to the taste of habitues than to al
lure the unwary. As a rule, rum
sellers do not enl ice nun to diink.
They simply wait on customers.
The majority of bar-keepers arc
merely clerks. Their salary is not
dependent on the downfall of man
kind. They have no intent to fill
the lanks of criminals, and when men
desire to be waited on ihey fill their
orders witheut forebodings as to
their eventually lauding in the
This individuil is classified by
people of uxlicms temperance views,
as a v.eliia. lie is not endowed
with rational volition, bus is pos
sessed by an irresistible, infatuation.
He doeb'not seel, the saloon but is
alhued to it. Hence ho is an object
of pity, while the saloon winch
allures is an object ot wrath. He
is a ictim, the saloon keepci a
criminal. Now, isn't this compara
tive estimate a t-ille fo ihsh? If one
is a criminal so is the ether. There
arc two parties to the transacting
The man nho buys gives his order
and is served. IIis own inclination
and no mysteiio is fasc. nation of the
man behind the bar carries him in
side the door. Instances of the
dealer forcing liquor down a man's
throat wiih Lis left hand and empty
ing tho nun's pocket with his light
hand ure rare. If the transaction
be a s".n, it is. mutual, even though
the consequence should be visited
upon one only. If all men were
modciate di inkers there would be no
necessity for any crusade against in
temperance. The fact, however,
that habitual drunkards were once
moderate drinkers affords just
ground for apprehciiaiuii in regard
to tcmpeiate drinking. But It docs
not jtutifv the absolute conclusion
that moderate indulgence must
terminate in habitual intemperance.
The certainty of such an assump
tion is absuid, but the doubts en
gendered ate not only wise but
humane. Tho problem is resolved
into one not of positheness but of
possibility. From known causes we
may premise and provide against
probable icsultu. We should not
wait supinely for these results to
eiHiie, but should at once widely
and judiciously attack the cause.
And this leads to a coasidiratiou of
aoi:xcii:s ok tkmi'ehaxce.
Tho three methods of dealing
with the subject of intempciance
are piohibition, restriction and Mia
hion. The -two last are in active
operation, the first a pietent dienm
which may be a piopln cy. Waiving
the question of tho justice of prohi-
bition, there can be no doubt of its
impracticability at prcscut. It would
be a premature step for our legisla
ture to cnoct a law against tliu sale
of intoxicating liquors. Such a law
would be In contravention of tho
wishes of an overwhelming majority.
Tho legislation of such a law would
be llio legislation of a l.irgo class of
law obseivcrs Into lnw-brc,ikcrs. A
demand so univcisal whose supply is
prohibited by law would be filled by
a supply contrary to lew. The
minority cannot tepress and control
the majority. Such legislation would
be tyranny. Prohibition can only
sueeeed when the majority of sentl
'uieiii is decidedly in favor of it.
Tho gieatest good to the greatest
number is only obtainable when the
greatest iimuiier demand it. The
greatest number at present recog
nize the gi cutest good in restriction,
ltcsliietion may be a loierunuer of
Prohibition at this stage is futile.
Hut advocates of tcmpeiancc will
continue to make use of available
is the education of the masses which
seems most likely to lead to the cx
tination of rum selling. Its uatuial
field h. among the imbibeis rather
than sellers. It is the contest of
reason against appetite, ilut as ap
petite is alluring, so should leason
be backed by allurements. Reason
cannot satisfy appetite. It must
supersede it. Reason should be
gutded by tact and even strategy.
Temperance agencies are not as
nuiueioub as foimerly. They seem
at present monopolized by the
church, and merely wings of it.
Such agencies will naturally attiact
only those religiously inclined.
Their potency will be precisely as
great and no greater than that of the
church itself. If the good people
who conduct the crusade in this
manner are satisfied with the re-
bii.ts obtained, nothing remains to
he said. Ilut if they desire greater
victories they must broaden the
stylo ot attack. Tlicj must swell
their ranlcs with recruits sound in
their temperance sentiments, what
ever may be their leligious views.
They must not make a common fight
agaimit sin and intemperance. Such
a waifare is distraction of effici
ency. We are led to the expression of
these views fiom no disrespect to
the church or from no want of sym
pathy with evangelical work, but
from not being awjre of any dis
tinctively tcmpeiancc alliance in this
city. We have attended entertain
ments at which pieces were recited,
songs and music rendered and
speeches of a semi-religious and
senu-temperance character were
made! We have listened to invita
tions to sign the pledge made from
the platform and have gone away
pained to observe that no direct per
sonal appeals were made and indeed
that those who came as strangers
want away as strangers. The pro
moters of this kind of influence may
continue to pitentertainmeni against
appetite, but we entertain no hope of
great results. Platfoim invitations
for signatures to the pledge may
find u few signers, but nnny will
through sensitiveness sin ink from
adveitisnig a depraved appetite by
matching up before a crowd of
strangeia which only shows its in
ti rest from tho platfoim spokesman.
Wild speeches against liquor dcaleis
and ponderous statistics may pos
sibly win some responsive converts,
bat the average man will see no
moie reason for not U-king n drink
because so many millions ot liquor
are consumed than for not running
in debt for a sack of flour because
t ic national debt is stupendous.
The suasion used may be pure and
righteous, but it is not adapted. " A
shell might lie fired into a ciowdand
hit a few men, leaving many others
unharmed. We feel that an influ
ence adapted to the exigencies of
this case should be directed, not at
the audience but to each member
that composes it. Appetite is not
formal, neither should the alluic
meiils fiom it be so. If you had a son
or biother going astray, would you
take luni out to near a speeeu, or
would you, by your counsel and ad
monitions, endeavor to change Ins
course? We feel consliained to say
that the present agencies of temper
ance in Honolulu are innsqueiailes
in which the majority of those sought
to be influenced are speclators
rather than participants. lu writing
tho above we are actuated b' no
desire to disparage every influence
in use against intemperance, but
with a fervent wish to have that in
fluence broadened and made more
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Fiitsr Battalion, Hawaiian
Honolulu, May 10, 185'J
BATTALION ORDER Ko. 3
EVERY inemhrrof this Coin,
munil is hereby oideied to
leport at ihe Aminri In Fa'ipini
Lniioim on I'UIDAY EVIiN
INU. Muy 17ih, ut 0:!l0o'clrck
II. F. HEMIARD,
A. G. M. RoiiEiiTSON,
Lieut, ic Acilng.Ailjutant, 251 11
X1 II. JIRADLICY now him Urn Hnr,
l . be niinii.it .Mr.Curtlij'j. hi Haul
hull I' (it bin el, "lieio In1 "ill le
I n-ni li. mm- hi. fiii'iuls anil iiciiuuint.
auciii. btriul altuutioi. will bu given to
business. 101 lw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, May 18
AT lit O'CLOCK XOOX.
At i ho Clancy Piembcs. nrrmr of
I'unihbowl unci Quen sticcls, I will
I'd I tit l'uliliu tu lion,
2-story Wooioi Boiii !
I'nrtlii n.nl into Stiilites anil Car.
riiuo R i' ins
fl Building to he rcmovuil within
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On Thursday, May 23,
VI 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
A' 'ho re-id . u o Mr. J. V. L ming,
Lilian tin e
lit I'u'ilie A
hovi- rim i , I will tell
ci i n, on iccotim nt depnr
His Entire Kouseh'd Furniture,
Compii-iiig in ,iut:
Parlor Furniture !
K.IUii Oicunicil Ci nide luis,
Axnnii-ti r & Velvet Uuu",
U ii ved It. U . date- S.ik- T iblc-
3 "Volcano Pictures,
Genuine Witter Co ors & Steel
fl Carved C.ino e!ltanl Buck Pailor
Lace -Curtains & Lambrequins,
Uphol-.li n-il Patent ItocKeri,
Ji.it., a ll RlC llllll Oil llM,
Hand Painted6 Banners and Scarfs I
Virror Hr.Kii.els, Hrica.Uruc,
lite., Ele., Ete., Etc.
Bedro mi Furniture
Solid B. V. Jltib p liulroiiin feel
C.nlul uir Miittr.iacs,
Feitlier l'l I . Ui.-iiuito Vetb,
C iper Spring Jlini" ses,
B. W. ChefTonter,
O k Uureuis, u.ik. Clui.f,
Ueuuriited Cli.iiiibei :elti,
111 ck Wiih. lit Hc.H'tuK,
Upluilsteie I l.niingi'S
1 White Sewing Machine !
! Iii good oiUerj
Dinitii; Ho in TaH mid Cli.iirs,
CRQCKEKY and GLASSWARE,
Itefiii;. mtor, Meut "-afe,
1 Nev Gypsy Queen Range.
Agate unil i in arc. Also a luru
mikI vnikd eolkeiiuu of
fc-lCUIS'.-J in cl IML.AJN'X'Ss I
;?r Premises will
liu open f r insi ic
Mtu -2 id, fron. 0
nun on W iliiiMlti
M. to !5 l. M.
35 ' 5t
Honolulu Rifles' Encampment.
Grand Gamp Meeting at Diamond Head
Satardiy, IBth, & Sunday, 19. h.
BY request, the c.ttcrers for thp T.n.
ctniipiueiit liuV'1 in ranged, w ith th
cnnseiiLnf tnu eoniinltiie, lo suppl. ihe
public and vMtius wlili Liunli, Sand
wiclies and Cold Sndi Water, GliiRer
Ale. etc , at fair rate?. t50 It
ASPK' lAL in etiiig of Ilic ftnek.
li'ilder ol ll'O lliivuiiiiui Cmliiue
il nuf clniliii: Co will be held t the
oillce of V O finitli on M KDAY,
May SO 1880, at r M. Tlie objeel oi
I'll1 mieling If to cmisiiii-r llio nuutur of
i lie Dis-olutii n iind Di'incoi oiution ol
t e Corporation and the winding up ol
ilR buslnei-s mid nll'iiirs, mid dlstriiMition
of It" assets, A lull atlendiiiico is du
hired Per order of llio i'lo-ident.
W. O. SMITH,
Sicretnrv it. O. .il. Co.
IIoiiolulu, Muy 10, 18B0. 251 4t
,f It. II. W.SCHMIDT Inis retiicd as
LYJL a pmtiioi 1 1 o 111 ii'n ll m.
II. UACKKELD & CO.
Honolulu, M-ij lit, 1 -Ml. 21 8
DU'ilNG nu leiiipiiniry lib ence from
ilus Kinud in in wife will net tor
mu under lull poer f ul' rnev
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu, May , lfe89. 2-10 lw
RON. JAS. I. DOWSETT
li-r me in nil mi'iuin i'f
under a lull pnuei of iittorney during
my lunporarv ali-inrn from Hi Kin.;,
d. m WALTKR HILL.
ll'Uinli.lii, Vn 10 18SU, ain h
BOATS FOR SALE.
irl"A TTW h'tvo on hand ono 22.
JsPtfi ' foot Whuleboal, wilh
4C4LMJ Iron center.hoiud, mast, imil,
J&SX& oar, etc., cniapMo; hnilii'dii
for fl Ue. Aleo, ono 76 lb Clinker
l'leas-ii'ii Klfl' enjiper listened, wilh
oil-and niwli'cU; will be f-olil ehu 11
tin ciisli. I olh new ip y ut
DUWKR & riuN'S,
250 lm Shop near tho Fhh Market,
Auction Sales by Lowls J. Levey.
Ity order of Mclis M. t'aekfeltl & Co.,
1 will ill hi Public Miction
On Thursday, May 23,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. .11..
. cmiiiiiiiuii'iit of
Fine Household Furniture,
.Iti9t iirrlv. il liv "he birk "0. -N.',i
Wilc.ix ' emnpri-ini:
In Walnut nntl Mahogany;
Extension Dln'ngTitulis and
Wriiing Tulile ,
C.nd mid Miiouing Tables
Dinit g ttomn Cleiirs,
FOLDING and ARM CHAIRS !
Piano Moot , Kle , Ete., Kte.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
L mill in N- -15
TL'PSDAY, Ma. 14i i
2l lw 11
ill open a retail
I! r tuiiiii ttruei,
MR. LOUIS ADLKR lices to inform
tliu politic ilut lie ltus Mcuieil
mi I'legiuil av-iniment of L.vlie-i in d
(Hit's Hoots bliocs a d Hipper- liv tin
lint 4ic.ini.-r. 2-13 'm
Mrs. II. MACMILLAN
ETAS cninmi-iueil llrespm tiling. Cm
JLX uiir mi I Fit ini.', ill her ruMdciic
.No 131 Niiniinu Avium1, inxt
U-iu-e It llTcli-pli ISO
to I iij:
Itenioviil of Barber Shop.
P. JARDIU lm- it-moved his
lioi 1 1 ..in Kiiicktieet to McCar.
Uo'b Uilliiird I'.uloi-, 1" il ftitei, when
lie is pn,-ar-(l m m iv.- Willi limbed
u ue and m-iiliii-1' -tliu avonilion ot hu
nt Hoiicil- 'lie I imi puiniiiiige of nil.
m'. 23S!i lv
A It. ROW AT, Vi-'L-riimry Surgeon,
A., ( lllcii mill ll iinnu ul Huwiiiiiiii
KIoiul lulilib. i oinui II- tel anil It cluijU
nects. -eii-ii ilic iii'ilni.iit in all di
uii-c-. ol d mi; ii minimis Or.ieis lm
pl.iniiiti i. mi! i. null lock promptly
i'tctitd t . Iiiiu.l Ten plnini- 3"i
P. O ox W. mli.lS 89
The euuifiil uimiIi1 Hc-ort lit Win
kiki (iiniin il. i u iciiti iice of Col.
(J J,cl(rlJlIlt;), known us
l'l I to-
ark Beach Hotel
Tin I'r ii.iki k (otn-i-t of
A Man Building,
ii 1 1 in 'ii ,r a
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
A I jiiiiulh lurnit-hul.
Coi 1 iiiiiij.'
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc.
Large mid Commodious
Stables with Carriage House.
Upp' r Fit or flu-d itli,Liiri;e Airy
RooiiiK (uiiiibtt1 for servauts,
etc , i lo Tlieiu iiic
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with tliu PrumUesnit which
could bu crecul culliiucb for visitors,
liiuild 1 lii pi ii:. In conviried into a
hotel, for which it l-.tilinlmbly niluptdl
The Hii'hlni: fiiclHtiu- equal thu last
along tliu Hue ol bench.
S3f I lictn Prtiniees will bo leafed for
a it 1111 of yciirs to rcbponiblu parties.
For further purlieiihirH aiijily lo
W. G. IUWIN & CQ.
tST .v SiiiRfldd Ojb M jell ue I
011 win l'luinii-c uii . ihv. pipes an lino
all tho aboTC Iluildinga. spr-25-t9
-SKS SAFES I -a-
I UUII U1U1 M I
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marblctou and Back drained, imitation of any wood.
0- ISLAND OltDEHS SOLICITED. flCJ
T. H. HOBRON,
GO Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hut Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho Now Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, (5nti7.es, All-over Silk Lnces, New Wash Mnto
lials, in white, plain and figured; Hoy's Shiit Waists,
riue litMiib'H Wool Underwear, Flannel ContK mid Tests,
All-wool CvJrshiits, Etc., Etc., jtifct received by tho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHEP,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort it Hotel sts.
TSie Manuf actorers Shoe Co.
88 & SO
Wholesale & Retail
B. 1 EHLM & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran, t -''
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Kolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
folcphoiM-s. No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
UST iei i ivid n C'lii inineni of New.
Zenliiiid .1 in-, a-i-oitul cases. Foi
ill III lo
. - liv
E. I5ROWN & CO.,
28 ilcieliant stiect.
e lor a number 01
rd a '(iiiii"o with
aid, or a roomy i aril alouc.
A lenttiil lnciitimi is "'e-ired. Addles
particular. I' O. B 35.3. 250 2t
S5L& A OUT TAGE, corner Kiniin
SSS ,' mi'i l'uha ola biri.0 .
A ply to
W. O. ATWATEn,
II hi lulu Iri'ii i uiKt-.
ir0 1 w
'1MIRI-E (tmccs over C. ().
1 UuigoiVs, Muruhautbtrecl.
E. S. CUNIIA.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A VALUABLE Lot at tho
enrnur of Fort and
-cliool stieets, over J of an
iciu with ono Collage. Apiilv in..
H tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 3 huge anil
a sinull 'nu ins wiih kli-
clieii .nil baihiuiim nttuchtd.
on Alaltca 'In ei, ippn.ilo Dr. Me.
Wuyiii'V. A ph ti John Cook, on i.rt1.
inioi-s. or,ul bihOlllit1. 219 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Cutundcr O.tr.
riago juhl llnibliwl
aiid huiul.oinely ttlmmcd
in first clubi. biyle must bu immediately
buhl 10 clii'u an aignnunt, euu bu neon
t w 1 1 I'uki-V q. unto ninutifitutury,
No. 128 Foil htri'oi.
UAWA1IAN BUMNE3S AGENCY.
& LOCK CO.
Boots & Shoes.
Designs j(3T All Pricos.
d. re. sjirrn. Aprent.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts,
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as nitorney, attend to collect
ing in all us hi iincliet., renting of houses
mid any other business culrui-tud to him.
Qlllce 91 King Bireet Upstairs.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for the Magic Window
i'cieens, Combined Hovel Squares, Ktan.
ihird, Qoodrich, etc., Sowing Machines,
Blcclcd, Tricjcles, Velocipedes, etc.
Olllc , corner of Bethel and King sis.,
upstairs. Apr.17 89.ly
Ban Fiiancisco, Cau,
February 19, 18t0.
WE herowiih certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller aro our duly au.
thoilcd and only agents for the II u.
uaiian Ihlandh for thu sula of our Lager
Boor in Uoh.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
190 tf John II. Wleland Uios.
NOTICE oi REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
has ri'iii'ivui opposite in the pre.
niibi's occupied formerly by MaxEckart
as a jewelry btoio, next door to Holt',
bcliliitiner & Co., in llio Damon Block,
Bethel fctreet. 240 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL BM.1TH baa removrd his placo
of biihlncss ou Fort sireot to
th ttoro in tho Mcliilyro Bleck, just
lelow Weni or & Cj.s, Fort, stroet,
v hi re ho will ho pleiised to errve his
ci stutiu'is until lii now tloro is flnished.
N OTICE of REMOVAL.
JW. McGUIRE having moved his
place of business from the ofllce
of thu IlawaiiaiiTiansfer Co., to the
harness shop of F, I'hlllj s, No,82 King
btreet, hegs to notify Ills It lends and tho
public, generally that he hm-ady to con
tiiiue llio ex 1 1 i'f h oiul' dr.iv business
uuder tho uaiiio of J W. MtGuhe, Bell
1 Telephone No. Ill, Mutual 63. 230 tf