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Application!! will be received nt the
Interior Oillcc until further notice
for the purchase of lf Building Lots
on Ivulaokalitta, between Heretania
Kcaumoku and Young streets. Full
particulars can bo had on applica
tion to the Land O ft ice.
LORRIN A. TJ1UKSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 1C, 1889.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1889.
The rainy season though long de
ferred this year is dispensing its
favors in the most agreeable manner.
Pine days and refreshing showers at
night, which are the prevailing rule,
are making the country look at its
.mi ii . .
In reference to the letter of Mr.
Ho Fon in yesterday's paper, wc
arc requested to slate that Baldwin
denies having been the person cuilty
of the conduct therein mentioned.
As there were several lads in the
party, it is not impossible that the
aggrieved person was mistaken as to
If it has never rained "cats and
dogs" in Dakota, a shower of cats
would not be unwelcome there now.
The new settlers in that State did
not include "poor puss" in their
household effects, and now mice are
doing havoc among the corn and
wheat. An enterprising man is buy
ing cats iri Iowa at from 50 cents to
SI a head, and shipping them by
the carload to Dakota, where they
fetch 3 each.
Chicken stealing has for a long
time been the main branch of noctur
nal, predatory business carried on
in this town. The monotony of the
record is now broken by the addi
tion of a new branch of that class
of home industry. This is the milk
ing of other people's cows. It is a
more dangerous employment, as re
gards the owner of the property;
for, in trying to pepper the mar
auder, he is liable by missing the
mark to kill a valuable cow.
Editor Bulletin : In your issue
of yesterday Ho Fon asserts that
Mr. Bennie Baldwin deported him
self in a most ungentleraanly-like
manner on one of the cars, but since
then I have learned that Mr. B. was
justified in so doing, the Chinaman
in question having struck him over
the eye without just cause or provo
cation. "W. S. Bkabii.
The Swiss "Warblers gave their
initial concert in the "Wailuku Skat
ing Kink, Thursday, 16th in&t., to a
pretty large and very appreciative
audience. The concert established
their reputation as virtuosos in their
art, and was a decided success. It
is seldom the residents of Maui are
accorded a genuine musical treat like
this, and they manifested their ap
preciation by frequent applause and
encores after every number on the
It is diiliqult to decide which was
the best pieco of the evening, for
they were all well rendered. Miss
Uhl has a full, rich, well trained so
prano, and charmed everyone with
her exquisite singing and her pleas
ing, attractive apparition. Mr.
Maag gave a perfect rendition of
the mountaineer's jodel, and his
duets with Miss Uhl elicited well
meritod applause. Mr. Schmidt
manipulates his difficult instrument
in a manner which for surpapses
anything ever seen or heard in these
islands, and which seems as near
perfection as mortal music can come.
The ensemble was wonderfully per
fect, every noto harmonious, not a
discord to be detected by the most
fastidious critio. It is surprising to
see from the papers that they met
with but a limited success in Hono
lulu; lovers of uood vocal and in
strumental music cannot fail to be
delighted with these talented sing
ers. They were to give their next
, concert Saturday ovening in tho
Union school house, which has bet
;tcr acoustics and better accommo
dations than the skating rink.
Tho brigantine W. U. Irwin ar
rived Thursday, 10th inst., M clays
t from San Francisco, with a full
cargo of lime, hay and miscellaue
oui merchandise for tho Hawaiian
tCpmmercial & Sugar Co. and others,
and will sail for San Francisco with
a load of sugar probably next Tiles-'
. ri4lt .,..
From the Jlilo JRtcofd.
Tho Circuit Court opened hero on
Tuesday, tho 7th instant. IBs
Honor the Chief Justice- pre
siding, assisted by 11 n. F. S. Ly
man, local Circuit Judge.
The Court was opened as usual
by the Sheriff and immediately
thereafter an innovation, not known
of in the old time custom, was intro
duced bv His Honor the Chief Jus-
tico requesting the Rev. E. P.
Baker to offer prayer which was
done. This is we believe the lirst
time that this has been done in tli s
country, although we hear that it is
done always in the Massachusetts
Courts. After the prayer the Court
proceeded to business.
The Attorney-General assisted by
Deputy Marshal Crcighton appjared
for tho Crown.
The following members of the bar
were present: 1'. Neumann, V. V.
Ashfoid, A. Rosa, 1) 11. Hitchcock,
Miss A. E. Hitchcock, C. Achi, J.
W. Kalua, YV L. Hulokahiki and J.
The Calendar was then called
over, indictments read, and pleas
taken. At 1 1 a. in. the case of Li
piui, charged uiili the murder of a
native at Fepeekeo, was taken up.
At 11 p. in. the jury returned a ver
dict of "Not Guilty," owing to their
belief that the prisoner was insane.
Tho Court ordired Lipini to be sent
to the Insane Asylum at Honolulu.
Since Monday the Hawaiian jury
have tried the following cases :
Rex vs. Kukuhuna (k), Kaaanui
(w.) Incest. Veidict not guilty.
Mr. Creigliton for the Crown;
Messrs. Nawahi and Achi for the
Rex. vs. J. "W. Ivokoa. Assault
with dangerous weapon on certain
Japanese at Laupahoehoe. Verdict
not guilty-. Mr. Crcighlon for
Crown ; A. Rosa lor defense.
Rex vs. Kealakaula (k.) Lar
ceny. Verdict of not guilty. Mr.
Crcighton for Ciown; Mr. Nawahi
Rex vs. Kauakulanui. Malicious
injury. Verdict uuilty. Mr. Crcigh
ton for Crotu ; J. W. Kalua for de
fense. The following cases were disposed
of as follows:
Rex vs. Jack Kaloki. Burglary
on the premises of the Hilo Sugar
Co. Flea of guilty. The Couit
bcutenced him to imprisonment at
hard labor for 4 years.
Rex vs. D. K. Mnkukanu. Fer
vcrting justice. Nolle pros entered.
Rex vs. Kauai. Larceny. Ciu
tinucd to November term.
Rex. vs. Kaluna. Mayhem.
Crcighton for Crown ; A. Rosa for
defendants. Veidict of guilty.
J. Flores vs. Kel.uko. Desertion.
Case dismissed as under the law of
1888 no appeal is allowed. A.
Rosa for plaintiff; Hitchcock and
Hitchcock for defendant.
Blacow vs. II. West. Assumpsit.
Went by default. Hitchcock and
Hitchcock for plaintiff; defendant
Quite a severe shock of earth
quake was felt here on Tuesday last
at 10:30 a. m. .The motion was ap
parently fiom S. W. to N. E. Two
distinct shocks occuried within a
few seconds of each other. One
native boy remarked, "Gecl shook
Wo were shown some beautiful
honey taken from a bee tree in the
woods back of Bouganville. )ur
woods seem to be tilled with wild
bees, and the honey found in their
nests is of much finer flavor than that
made by the tame bees makai. The
honey is made in the woods, from
the Lehua blossoms principally, ad
is of a very clear and light amber
On last Saturday evening the fair
opened at the skating rink, and
proved to be a complete success. A
beautiful clear moonlight evening
brought out a large crowd, and the
large rink, by half-past 7, was tilled
witli a jolly company, all intent on
enjoying themselves to the utmost.
The tables were loaded with a large
variety of articles of both Hawaiian
and foreign manufacture. Notably
amongst the former were fancy
native mats, old style pillows, fine
hats of the light bamboo, funs, etc.
There weie also models of the old
lime native thatched houses, canoes,
poi hoards, etc. A few old time
Hawaiian curiosities were also up
for snle, and brought good prices.
One especially is worthy of notice.
It was a really antiqiio shaik tooth
hand weapon, used in their old wars
to rake down their enemies, backs
with, and when well handled in the
hands of a stalwart Kanaka must
have been a terrible weapon. A
nowadays very rare article. Before
8 p. in. the tables were almost on
liiely cleared, and the rush began
for the refreshment room, where the
best of Puna coffee and flue cakes
were served to a hungry crowd. By
half-past 9, the company began to
disperse and by 10 all were gone.
Fine music was furnished by the
Hoarding School Band under the
leadership of Prof. Burt. Wai
iinup Ftreet, in the vicinity of the
rink, was crowded with Portuguese,
Chinamen and Japs listening to the
music. Eveiyouc was pleaced and
happy and enjoyed the evening im
mensely. The tables were presided over by
both Hawaiian and foreign ladies.
The sums realized from the differ
ent tables are as follows:
I'nnvo, I'.ipulkou and Ouoiuca,
lu'i'fildui nvcr by Mid. Kmim!
anil Mis. Lnelicin-tO'ii $ CI CO
l'tinahoa table presided over by
Mrs, llapnl aud Mib, AuIu 176 w
"i)ATL fcmfctftfr' tittetrbtttit, ti, t.,
Wnlnkca nnd naiO eo districts
Mu. Lyman and Mrs Maka
ena I.... 75 40
Kukuau district, tho Mrs. Rlch-
ariUon and Nawahi 200 35
Mrs. Corecadtlen. candy tabic... 17 25
Flower stand. Miss llapal and
others 25 60
Lei stand, Mi Lvuinii 3. HO
l'ot Office, .Uss M. Jt. Hitch- '
euck 5 p0
Lemonade stand. 511-s Esther
I yinan tiud Ml SUuu 12 0
Refreshment room, Mrs. Vlerra
and Miss A. E. Hitchcock.. 60 00
Totnl $05!) 15
' Donations were made, which make
the amount larger than that given.
A sum far in advance of the expect
ations of the most sanguine and
which will pay up, we believe, the
remaining unllnneo on the church
pirsouage. Too much crei it cannot
tie given to the Mis. Lyni.in, Austin,
Loebenslein, Ilnpai, 'Nawahi and
others for tho success of the fair.
Their decorations weae beautiful
and as the coloicd lanterns and
bii.-ht lamps shone through the
feathery leaves of the bamboo, it
seemed almost as if one was in some
graceful tropical forest. We find
that Hilo ladies, when the.v take
hold of any measure, are fully up
to carrying it out. Only one thing
wc think should be not id, and that
'i3 to us as we look at it the repre
hensible plan of allow a chosen few
to go inside the fair moms and pur
chase ai tides before the doors are
open to Wio puuiic. jnoiiu suouiu
be allowed an, prefer, nco over any
others. This we know is quite com
mon in all fairs, but it ought not to
be allowed. We must in closing
congratulate the ladies, who bore
the thing. It was finely gotten up,
on the signal success of the whole
thing. It was finely gotten up, well
carried on and most successfully
THAT MATRIMONIAL ADV.
It will be remembered that a week
ano the Bui.i.utin contained a matri
monial advertisement from the "Hilo
Record." In the lasit number of
the 'Record" to hand this morning
is the following:
Hir.o, May 13th.
My dear A g S h.
Having noticed your advertisement
in the "Hilo Record," lor a better
half, I am urged to write and plead
iny cause, hoping wc may be able
to come to a mutual agi cement.
Please, dear, if possible send me
your photograph, age, and say if you
object to carroty hair, vulgarly so
called. I am relatively to you, per
haps, wealthy, but why introduce
this matter, for I am sure we should
soon have plenty if we mutually
assisted each other.
Do dear please send your photo
graph, to Forget me not per l,Hilo
Record." My heart is beating
wildly and will do so until I hear
Very affectionately yours,
FoitGl.T ME NOT.
P S. I have an uncontrollable
impulse to telephone to you if I
only knew you icsided in this dis
trict. CAMP NOTES.
There was a large crowd outside
the Aiinory labt ovenini'. to witness
the departure of the l&t battalion.
Hawaiian Volunteers to the camping
ground at Waialae. The battalion,
numbering in all about a hundred
men, started at twenty minutes pust
seven o'clock, headed by the Ha
waiian band. The line of inarch was
crowded with spectators.
The giounds were reached about
11 o'clock, most of the men feeling
a little weary. Coffee was seived
soon after arrival which went down
The moon was shining brightly
when t lie camp was reached, and the
scene was a beautiful one.
The Hawaiian band marched as
tar as Punahou and then look the
Divine service will be held nt the
camp 10:130 o'clock Sunday morn
ing by the Hev. Alexander Mackin
tosh. The hymns lo be sung are
printed in another column. The
band will accompany.
Some of those who marched out
last nijjht returned this nioniinii to
attend to business. They go b.iclc
Berger didn't ive "The Girl I
left behind me" on I'o-t street last
night, because our genial band
master thought the weather was suf
The sticets weie deserted, no gal
Innts in sight, after the march-out of
the "boys in blue" last night.
Female 6creams weie heard issu
ing from a hack on Hotel t-trect at,
10:30. Supposed lo bo a cabe of'
hysterics over the absence of sumo
Co. C. did nobly in the fierce en
gagement nt the corner of Fort and
King streets that ib, in repelling
the invasion of the battery ot en
gaging bright feminine e,es at that
coinn d' vantage. The other com
panion distinctly faltered at the lirst
Tho niarcli-out to camp last night
was plcasiint enough, beoniise of the
novelty of the affair ami the antici
pation of the camp; but the tramp
home, after two nights, will not lie
so joyful. Still, it will be valuable
The corporals of the guards have
Pillow lights, huokiiig shoes, nnd
butchering clothes were tho older
of tactics Ini-t night.
Some of tho boys sndred and talk
ed in their sleep.
Our friend Budge saj'R, "Up
town" tactics are uot buitcd. to tug
ged camp life,
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
On Thursday, May 23,
I' 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
A- 'h') re-lil nee of Mr. J. W. .L inlng,
Ijillht tine, bovu --eiioir, I will n-H
hi I'liMUi A .cll n, on account of tlepir
H.s Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Compii-lng In part:
Parlor Furniture !
ii- I lii I) c miteii O i ialo ieis,
AxuiiiiM. r & Vi-lvul ItUtf",
U i veil II. . O ntur . 8 dvT titles,
3 Volomo Pictures,
Qui nine Wiiiei Co o s & Sleel
0 (Juvul U.iuufua' an I Back I'm lot
Lace Curtains & Lambrequins,
U, lio ptt'i it Patent loi:Kcri,
ivit-y hi (1 Itic iniiig Chairs,
Hand Painted Banuers and Scarfs I
Bedro m Furniture
Suiii. U. W. M b .'tun Hetlio m mm
C i ii ii air MattiMS-es,
t ui u t I i i . it ipnui es,
0 1,1,11 1 3ii ng SIii im u,
. W. Cheffonier,
U k litlie.ui, it. ill I'luliH,
liec I uuii CliiiintiOi Mils,
I ell t nl til te it-U-iiil,
Upli 'U-luie I l.nmucs,
Sewing Machine !
1 . gnu i o iu ;
livnu' Ito ni Tnlil- uuii Cli iirs.
Mmbletoi i upboaids,
CROCKEHY and GLASSWARE,
Kofi iij rntor, Meat Safe,
Gypsy Queen Range.
rute -ml I in uiu. Also n
mid vu lid olituiii.n of
i-tz 1 1 rs" - n a pl v NTS
G iideo Tuiil
Etc , Kte ,
O ti ilc i II ie,
;;' Premises will tin open f r ini ic
I inn on i i din Ml n , Mil j '-2 it, ft mi. U
l M. t 8 I'. M.
AU tiltlli IT
Honolulu Rifles' Encampment.
Grand Gamp Meeting at Diamond Uead
Sat trd iy, 18th, & Sunday, 19 h.
r)Y request, the caterers fer the Kn.
) ft mpineiit liav.- ni ranged, with ih
consent, i-l ti e commit" e, lo suppl die
I uin c uiid vi-iinrs wl-h I. mi li. timid
uiclies and I'okl riod i Water, Ginger
Ale. e c , ai fair rate.-. 250 41
Corpora t ion Jfotice.
A SPECIAL mi ting of ihn Finck.
lt'ililir nl ihe 1 In v . litin ('irrinae
l mil ciitrini; Co will he held it the
ollice of W O .-m th nit M NDAY,
May iO W-H, nt a r St. The ol jeel in
the line inn I- In e.iii.snli r the miiltur of
the Hi- o'uli n ami IM incin million nl
i e (Niiii'iiiiluni a'wl I lie winding up !
PR hi slin-s m d Ifiits, mid ilisni 'iiliui
nl it- is-ei-. A lull iilleinliiticu - tie
ir.d 'er nitler ni the P'e ili"
W. O. SMITH,
Si o.ii'l'in i . 11. i o
Ihi ol.iltt, May ;, 'b-O. i51 I
II. BUAIJLKY now hn the Itai.
i liei snnpiti Mel.'artliy'i- hi Hum
Koit slnet. wliure lie Mill le
li'ti-el in see hi-fiiemls nml aetiu tint-
atii'i's hiriot tttloi. lion will lie given o
ImsinesB. ifi 1
W. Si IIM IDT In-roll etlft.
.1 e 'in . ii . li in.
II. IIACKKELD & CO.
ill a ,
Uono'iitii M it Vu, I Ml 'J4 fl
NKITII1 It tint U plain imrihe Ateiu
.1 ihe Itii'i-h Hark "Houil Aliio"
ml It rt-po.ihiblu fur ilebi eonlnioie i
liy the o oiv
DU ING my tompoiary ab enco Irani
i hit KinJd an my w'ife, will ncl for
mt miller lull potter f tip'-rni-v
n T. V. Jt YWUNS.
I'oniiliilu May ', it89. 45 i
ON. JAS. I. DOWSBTT will ael
r m in ll mi luib i'l liuslne-K
ii in 1 1 r a lull ppwvi ol attorney ilurini:
m it miiiimry ati w iiom Hi Kin.,
mm WAJIER HILL.
11 mnli.lii, Maj 10. 18SU. S4n t
Pill TOIi.V.is t'n moiama, coin.
'' pit lit, with 10 liuuu leii-o-. 2 h e.
rioeiie nml nbmi l 'JO I rn a il I)(I
-liialltt' It) U'ih ,) In ths.i:litH niilei
Min p.oi it ei- i itiliiilu miiiiu l "tit 1 1 lu
i'liiinlii iiul i hoio. Id in hi 11 in. and
12 in by ii hi K ut thU uilice
r4S '3 v
BOATS FOR SALE.
T !'. luivi! on li'ind one 2.'.
t Y font liitlolaiat, Wi
lion cciitur.lniiil, uiithi. Mill,
nai', oic,. onmoli to; milin i
fn 11 bine. Also, ono 73. b ClluV-or
l'luiirii e kllT eeppor fiotuned, with
o if and rtiwinckr; will be solil che p
lo eiiili. i oil) new tpjiyat
JjuWJill Co SuK',
'250 lm Shop uear thu Fish Market.
ttA i, to,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lev6y,
ly nrdi-r "f Mins. I'. ' ai Kfe'il & 'V.,
I will -ell ai I'lHillc uti'lon
On Thursday, May 23,
AT tl O'CLOCK A. 91.,
-v ci'iiil-mmi'iii of
Fine Household Furniture,
lust 'trilv. il In lint lurk "0. .
Wile " emu ti tiivr
tin r In-',
In Aiiliuil mill M di uny;
KsttMislnii D'li ng T I'll tiud
M ri i e 1' i hie ,
Omi ni tl ni" lug 'I lb
Yienn i Furniture,
D nl' g '(mini Cliiiiis,
-orn C i tir-,
FOLDING and ARM CHAIRS !
1 ,.i.i -MOI.J , Kle , Kt- ., IMC.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1 Mil I
PIIK in iiii-
I i I ui'fii a to- an
15 B r. In ii t fir. e ,
I .Hi III iV
Muj 14 i
H. L )l) IS ADLEIt us l in u
n t Iciiiuil ii-sMh I nifiU
til'- "limit-, Shoes it d
1 -if mi I". B
l.u iu ii ti
per- liv 111
Mis. 11. MACxUlLliAN
UA" i'oiimiii in di liir. iiMklng. I'n
ing n Kit I mr, :il lit'r to iiIpi c
131 Nlltl IIU AVi iim1 li'X n !"ml
tl ii . Ii 11 Tfieph !! IsO 248 ti
Kcinovul of Barber fehop.
V. JARDI.U ha- icmqviil hit
iioii iiniii Kbit' -tied lo Mc m.
ii.. o i illi-tnl I'liilou, F -it -lice', wi.ci
lie" is i'fur.tl In si tvi- Willi ll.e ttc
u tie anil iii.ltliii-t. the Hvoontliiii ni In
i t to it-it- i lie I- inn i iin- i nut- nl il.
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lllue 'in. l I il 111 i-
lln el lalin , oilier il le
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l'i iiplini'i 3""
The eitiiifnl ""eas-itle lie ml
kUi (mruii-ily mo re-nl mm
G W Mubi'iirliiin ) I no
ot t III.
Park Beach Hotel
T ii I'r miBis cnt'si t of
Lanai 40x40. Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
A I p niiillt nnii-li il
Coal bib. i
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms S Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Balh Houses, Wash Rooms, Eto.
I.argo nml Coniinntlious
Stables with Carriage House.
I'pp rP or 11 fil lth I.itriru ir)
Jt-'Oin-. t-uiinh'o for t-ervant,
no, ito Tliu'ti a o ,
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Cnnneoiel wiih Hie I'.i uii-e.. ii ,lc
euilMl hu ereottl (lit.-.r In vi limn.
hulil Hie pi ni.- b- einvi-ri.il iiiui u
Jiotil, (or Moli h i.mlmi'ulih aiitpl tl
I'lii" Hit'hiii'.' facliiliti mi n u i in- ii s
lining the line nt bench
BQr hem I'r niUe. will ho lea e.l f
it l nil i. yeiiis in rivpon ible puulcii
I'm inrthi'i p.trilcuitii. apply in
W. G. I It WIN & CO.
1ST Springfbln' Q.s Mit-h ne i
on i.e 1' uijIkUi uu. th. piti in m ii
all tho above UuildiosB. apr-W-bl)
-S3" SAFES -sa-
hnM, Jewelers', Plantations SkelGtoo & fall Safes
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES
With Mnibletop and Buck Grained, imitation of any wood.
EST ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. j
T. H. HOBRON,
00 Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Fluwure, Tilts, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Kat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Hnmcx, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
link", in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt YVaiMs,
l''iiM Ijtinib's Wool IJiiilerweiw, I'MnnncI ContM mill "Vests,
All-wool l v rshiitc, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISMESi ,
The Leading Millinery IIoufp, cor. Fort & Hotel i-tp.
88 & 8 5
Wholesale & Retail
Coiiojt Syles l Latest
ASt JL e
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. 13. On and after May
of our Dressmaking llooins.
-OFFER AT BED
t'jilifornia Hay, Oats, Eran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, liollcd Barley,
Middling -Ground Barley,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
elephoui s, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
I U.Sl reei iv
US r ree
c in iunmeiit of No"
a mi lul eie-. Foi
BROWX & CO..
2H Mcichaiit street.
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1 nl uu
'O lu u to a limn licr nf
jeiirs a ' l in uu itilh
.it il, tn ii r.n my j nr.l nlnuc.
eenl nl 1 e. tti'in is e lie!. A-'dre -ail'eu'ar-
V I). B . 35i. 250 2 1
UkTI'AGE, ' orner Kinim
met Tun a oln btreei.
W. (). ATWATEH,
11 ii linn lluii it tiiUit,
lilt' E nlllecs over 0. O.
i nu geiV, Miiiohaulbtrcel.
E. S. CUNHA.
RBAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
AVu U.VULE Lot at the
curner of Fnrt ami
cboiil stieets, over & of uu
t:ie rtllli tmu Cottage. Applv "
M tf J. M. VIVAS.
2 niiill in nit with kit.
-Zi& oiiin ml lm humm attactiitl
m liii.ni tret, i lipo-ite Dr. M'-
nyueV. A pl.t ti John t'ook, on i.re
111! -I'M nr III I I- 'Mill e.
Carriagu For Sale Cheap.
I.nkw uniiiniitr utr
liiice ju-t llnuhiil
mid bund onuly tiiiiimed
in Urol I'liib mvIu miihl bu iiiimediutely
buhl iu cliii-u an it'igniiiiiu, can bo beets
nt m It. fugt-'t- CiTiiifti miiiiuiuciury.
No. 12S Pnri .treit.
UAWA1UK UC.-JXE;S AGENCY.
& LOCK CO.
Boots & Shoes.
Designs &C3 All Prices.
D. 11. SSHTfT. AfgcU
EHLEES & CO.
15th, MISS CLARK will have rlinrgo
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Ste.
Will practice in the lower toUtls f the
KiiiKiinin art iuti rnei, ititcntl to cnllict.
ii g in all us biunt'lici-, renting of hout-es
and ay oilier liusines- emru ted to him.
Ollice 91 KingS reel UiKiura.
B. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Aho hnlu ii gent for tho Mauio Window
yjieuiR, t'ominnejl lietel Mpiarcs, Man.
iThmI Uno.lrich o'c, Matng WiichineH,
'Blc.icle-, I iio,.cles, VelocipcdeA, itc.
Ollic , corner ol liethel ami King si' ,
San Fuancibco, Cat..,
rohiuiiry II) 18-0 J
WE herewith ceitlly linn iktsis.
Oo'ltl & Miller ore ourilul.i uu.
thoiizeil nml only ngen'B for i lies lin.
twiilmi I-buiilh for the ah1 ol our Lager
Heor in keir-.
JOHN W1H.LAND BREWING CO.,
190 it Jiiliu 11. W ielaml uios.
NOTICE of KEMOVAL.
LKX. rLOHIt, Lock & Onnsmlth,
in.- iiiniv. tl onnoniio 111 till' IMC.
tiiUi'S oicupietl fnimeriy by MaxEckart
ie a jewelry store, .next door lo Hill'.
bdiliieiHT & Co., iu the Damon lilotk,
licihul btreut. 2-10 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAIi.
AL. SMITH lusremnvtd Ills plnco
of business on Kort s'rcei to
ih ttorn iu tl.e Hcliijre Ulnuk, just
t elnw Weni er & 0 i. e, ton .si i out,
v li rehewi'lbit pluaeed tn t-irve his
ctstuiiitiB until M-nen hloro 1b fliiiabed,
ft OTICE of REMOVAL.
T W. JlcGUIRE having moved lila
l plnco of business from the olllcw
nf the Hawaiian Tiiinefer Co., to tho
harness chop of K. l'liill p, No, 92 King
htreet, be. to notify hl8fiiei.dB and the
public generally thul ho is ready to con
tinue the exnets and tin y bushiera
under the inline of J W. McGulrc, U 11
Telojihoue No. Ill, Mutual 53. 230 tf
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