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DAILY BULLETIN HONOLUfcll, U. I'., MAY S6, 1839.
CwAMeaiy J. JgaJ.JS.Vy .SJHSa JgJtfcJSA ti .IgSWTytfCysy51 iiaHtw.rpo-qqji.
"tVOwhiifcwiwn 'rmxtm, -r
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Silt established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1880.
The lending men in native Hn
w niinn military circles are to be con
gratulated upon their organizing
of a Rifle Association, called Ka
jnehnmcha the- same as the second
battalion of volunteers with vr hioh
the movers are identified. Soldiers
are not much good unless they can
shoot Trail, and the new association
of marksmen should prove a valu
able auxiliary to the training of the
native militia. None but the nc
curate eye and the steady hand can
win and hold honors with the riile, n
fact that implies boucfit to the mor
ale of troops from ambition in
The same scepticism regarding ar
tesian wells, which kept Honolulu
dry longer than need have been, was
met by Mr. Longhead from the
States when he arrived in Australia
with his boring machinery over a
year ago. Not a single squatter
would allow him to put down a hole,
owing to previous frequent failures
in well-boring. The enterprising
American, however, stated that he
would strike an abundant water sup
ply on any spot pointed out to him
on Australian soil. His perform
ance has justified the assertion. In
every one of sixty-four wells he has
sunk from the southwestern border
of New South Wales across the
Queensland border to the Gulf of
Carpentaria a powerful rush of
water was tapped.
hohbr&blo to the natives by giving
them a square deal in voting for
Nobles. As the case now stands,
there may possibly bo one hundred
foreigners tin oughout tho islands who
cannot vote for Noblca through not
havinir the required amount of mon
ey. On the other hand, there will
perhaps bo sotnc thousands of na
tives squelched through the same
cause boinc too poor, and in their
own country, too. Will any uglit
minded man call that n fair deal for
unlives? 1 trust not, and the Ad
vertiser writer knows it is not. lie
says in ouo part something about
being "woefully ignorant or wil
fully dishonest." As to the "woe
fully ignorant" part I have no
thing to say, but for the "wil
fully dishonest" part in giving tho
natives their just rights in this fran
chise business, or anything else, 1
would be willing to cast my con
science into the scales of justice
against the Advertiser writer and
the whole "caboodle" of his politi
cal friends thrown in. He also said
something about the "cloven foot
and tho beast it belongs to," etc.
Possibly there may be one or more
of that kind of animal here, but if
he thinks Ihcic is, he will bo more
apt to find them lurking around his
own quarters, safely ensconsed un
der the cloak of religion instead of
tlic places where he would fondly
locate them. If the other side would
lead the public to believe that they
wish to do the light thing by the na
tives, let them advocate n lower pro
perty qualification, say three or five
hundred dollars, instead of three
thousand, or an income of one hun
dred dollars a year ; then they can
talk of reform and Christian acts,
with more consistency and a clearer
fraud ohould hnvo been cast upon
them, and hence evinced consider
able interest in tho matter, Natur
ally tho Collector would infer from
Sprcckels' letter that their Batavia
data was of recent dale, but tho fact
is that the letter which they quoto
was under date of Fobrunry 15,
1887, just twenty-two months be
fore our sugars arrived on the Wcst
meath. The main portion of this
letter as given is correct, but the
most important point was omitted.
This is the omission :
Business might provo practicable
in Muscovado descriptions, provid
ed sulTicit'iitly largo ordcis could lie
placed in planters' hands at Soura-
baya, wheie such sugar is produc
ed, to induco them to manufacture
Now, as a matter of fact, tlii'sc
Muscovado sugars are made in the
Sourahaya distiiet, and at this point
our sugar by the Westmeatli was
manufactured. Why Spreekels did
not quoto this portion of his letter'
from Hatavia we do not care to
state. Had lie mentioned this to the
Collector in his communication, the
probability is that our sugar would
have been passed without any
trouble. As it was, the Collector
was imposed upon, and now has to
suffer humiliation on account of his
actions. That he was imposed upon
by the Spieckels letter we have no
doubt, while our conduct and stand
ing have been upheld by the Treas
ury Department. Machune, Walsim
& Co.'s representative states that
the Wcstmealh sugar was ol the low
grade Muscovado and fully below
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Hlli TcleuliiB Go. Stock
OiiTQKSDAY, May 1.
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
Halisronm, Qui eti sitctt, I will
sell nl I'ul'lU Auction,
-4. 8IIAUKH OF
l'cr Value $2i5 u share.
Auction Siles bj Lewis J. Levey,
NOTICE OF SALE
J AS. F.
ALOHA CORMORANT !
On Wednesday II. 13. M. S. Cor
morant, Commander J. T. Nicholl3,
will leave this port for her homeward
bound cruise. This visitor from
Queen Victoria's fleet has been sta
tioned hero since October 3 of last
year. In the meantime she has
made a short cruise in company
with Rear-Admiral Hencagc's flag
ship Swiftsure, besides several
cruises about these islands. The
Cormorant will leave behind and, it
is believed, take away pleasant re
collections of her staj' at Honolulu.
Captain Kicholls, Lieuts. Kingsmill,
Pears and St. John, Engineer Hard
ing, and other of her officers, have
always been willing even to enthu
siasm and ready to help in social
entertainments, especially such as
had charitable objects. The Cap
tain, officers and crew will be miss
ed at the services of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, of which they have been
regular attendants. The crew have
made an excellent record for good
behavior whilo in port. Lieuls.
Pears and St. John will long be re
membered here for their very talent
ed aid in amateur musical and dra
matic performances, and they will
be sure of a hearty welcome if they
return to the Pacific Station in other
ships of II. B. M.'s navy. And we
hope to see them here one day each
in command of a gallant cruiser. In
Ihb outward voyage it is the purpose
of Capt. Nicholls to visit many of
the islands of the Pacific, and a
good lookout will be kept for ship
wrecked vessels and crews. It is
to be hoped he will find Capt. Lov
cll, passengers and crew of the
schooner Phebe Chapman, now gone
from this port for the Marquesas,
Tahiti and Pitcairn Islands, nearly
ten mouths without being heard
from, and whose friends have an
idea may be cast away on Palmyra
or some other island. Aloha and
pleasant voyage to the Cormorant
and all her company.
THE WESTMEATH SUCAR.
Editor Bulletin: In December
last your paper published some very
strong articles ancnt the Wcst
mcath's sugar cargo, which reflected
unjustly upon the management of
the American Sugar ltefiuery Com
pany and other parties in San Fran
ciseo. As tlie matter has been under
investigation by the officers of the
United Slates Treasury Department,
and a decision rendeied, will you
kindly give space to the following
extract from a San Francisco paper.
I would say that the sum refunded
was forty thousand dollars, not
J. 0. CAinr.n.
REPLY TO THE ADVERTISER.
Editor Bulletin: I hope the
Advertiser man will not harbor
the thought that I intentionally
would show him such discourtesy as
to wilfully ignore him altogether by
not noticing his editorial which ap
peared in the Advertiser of April
26th, headed, "A Slander Disposed
Of." I had no intention of giving
him the go-by. The fact is, for
some time past, I have been enjoy
ing the sights and wonders of Kl
lauca, and camping out in the
mountains back of Kona, shooting
wild geese, and a glorious time I
have had of it. I advise tho Adver
tiser writer to go and do likewise,
and inhalo a little of that God-inspiring
air, to be had there free and in gen
erous quantities, before he under
takes to write anything more on tho
subject of doing tho fair thing to
wards tho natives. My gracious!
what a mistake I made in thinking
for a moment that a small lot of
wayward, professed Christians of a
certain sect, so wrapped up and
blinded with political power, would
ever think of making tho amende
San Francisco Cliioniele, May 1.
A recent dispatch from AVashing
ton conveyed to the American Sunar
Kelinery Company the intelligence
that the $62,000 paid to Collector
Hager in December last as addition
al duties upon a cargo of Java sugar
brought to San Fiancisco on the
steamer Westmeatli will be refund
ed. It may be lememhered that
Collector Ilager caused the sugar to
be seized upon information furnished
by Claus Sprcckels of the California
Refinery. The ground upon which
the sugar was seized and the inform
ation hied was that it was artificially
colored to bring it below the grade
of Ko. 13, Dutch standard. Mr.
Spreekels, in his letter to the Col
lector dated December 6, 1888, re
cited the fact that "his concern had
opened a correspondence with Mac
laine, Watsou & Co. ot Batavia re
lative to effecting purchases of Java
sugars." The rcplj' of that firm,
wiote Mr. Spreekels, was as fol
Java sugar is sold by color alone,
according to the well-known Dutch
standards.' The usual range of
numbers of an ordiuaiy cargo arc
fioin 11-17 or 12-18, the whole
averaging 1-1 J, lo. Our quotations
are always for lo. 1-1 D. S., and in
invoice an allowance of 9 per cent is
made for each number under 1-1 and
a charge of 4ft per cent nmde for
each number above 14 D. S. The
above range or numbers, we are
aware, is unsuitable for the United
States requirements on account of
the very high rate of duty on sugars
higher than No. 13 in color. We
much fear that until an alteration in
your taiiff takes place we shall be
unable to arrange any business of
importance with your good selves in
In former years it was possible to
arrange shipments of cargoes of first
boilings, ranging from 8 to 12 or 13
average, 104 to 11 but the rapid
strides which have taken place in
the improvement of sugar machin
ery liavo produced almost a revolu
tion in the manufacture of sugar,
and now planters find it more profit
able to confine themselves to making
the higher numbers.
Upon these grounds Sprcckels re
quested an investigation into the
quality and grade of the Westmeatli
The Collector complied with tho
request, and upon the report of Ap
praiser Beck and tho Examiner of
Drugs the sugar was declared to be
above the grade entered and fraudu
lent' colored, and the American
company paid tho additional duty
Mr. Oxnard of tho American Re
finery Company gave the following
information to a "Chronicle" re
Immediately after we found that
Spreekels had laid this information
before Collector Ilager, we com
municated with Maclaine, Watson &
Co. on the subject. A few days ago
a representative of thaMirm arrived
here from Batavia, bringing copies
of all the letters that had passed be
tween his Hun and the Spieckels.
Maclaine, Watson & Co. were very
indignant that any imputation of
An Open Letter.
A. F Cooke, Esq.,
I am advised that on Saturday
evening last, you visited three
saloons belonging to me, in com
pany with three of your lady
The terms of my licenses pro
hibit my pei milting the "assembling
together of native Women or Girls
in the building, or within the limits
of the yard or premises" etc., and
in consequence I have instructed
iny managers to keep women of
am nationality out of the saloons.
I have now to request you to re
frain from taking your lady friends
to the "Royal," ""Cosmopolitan"
or "Pacific" saloons, in future.
Should you disiegard this request
I shall be 'under the extremely un
pleasant necessity of calling upon
the police authorities to remove
Yours veiy truly,
W. C. Peacock.
P.- S. My reason for handing
you this letter through the medium
of the Bulletin, is your refusal to
sign for it at the Registered Letter
otllce this day.
254 It AV. C. Peacock.
On Thursday, JVlay 23,
VI' IO O'CLOCK A.M.,
A' 'hi' re-id nee or Mr. J. W. Lulling,
Lilih i tiirc, hovc -chim1, I will -eli
tit I'uMIc Aucth n, on account ol di'ptr
His Entire Housch'd Furniture,
Comprising In pnrt:
Povlm T7-nriTi'f.iivA I
JL, ItfXXVl A. Ui J.JL1.VU& W
& LOCK CO.
SAFES I -Sl-
y.ll In I) cTiiii-il Cn 'tide it
Axon .-i r & V. Iv.-i Hit '-.
Ol Mil ll U. C litis1 A 8 .1
3 Volcano Pictures,
(Ify Ttiwrukr) ;
Oui.uitiu W in ft Co o s it Steel
0 (Jaivi'il Cutii) cent an 1 Buck I'm lot
Lace Curtains & Lambrequins,
Uiliolti-iP(l Patent lloiikir,
Ji i-j iii il Itic mlug Uli'ilr-,
Hand Painted Banners and Scarfs !
V HKURA8, 'ho Morfngo heioln.
tt iii ei iiicinli'in (1 liuth licffii litre
tnfnii ilui fmci'lo ccl li iiilvi'iileinei)i
iif mnitgiik'i'u's niilh'i! of intention 10
fn icln, iii)", tlu-rt fnri), by order of
O wiilil Scliol z, inorigmiu nl u certain
ill ll'MMiru lit ItiOilg'ii'l1, ll'i ll M'pti in IT
VO W7, if tei'oril In llto olllo of H"
jiMrtr nf ''Hivi-yn C-, In Hook 103,
p ue-;t84 385 anil HSfi. 1 am ilireclul tn
Mill in I'uhliu Miction,
On Wednesday, May 22
AT lit O'CLOCK MIOX,
At n j SnliMdiun (juicm-ir t in o ii
lulii the pi opi py Intituled In said
lno i;,ge, tis f llo' :
All and Singular that
Ceitain Piece or Parcel of Land
Mlttllll! Oil Ijillllll HI' I. Ill ! O.lllll,
Uiiliii, lliiwiii'in 1 -ta( d , c .ii.
Area of 48-100 Acre,
And being the same pieiulscs described
in deed uf M. 1 Kobin-on to Ktchiitd
jchinld, dat d .-eptoinber 20, LSS7. and
thcieiii ilesuilbed as follows
oinnieiielng nl the West corner of
this piece on Llllha s-tiec- at a nil go
post at angle of fun e near tittwut aud
S 4H- !10 E mag 110.8fl along Pnlnlii
and Kiimolioiilit, Ij (J 712!) lo :i post
on Minium; tliriit'i' N 41 45', E mug
72.0ft along kuniinii along Kmnuhxiii.i
to "take; SO.")' 00 E mag lUSftnlon
Kiiuiobuiil i to eentr of miwiil; tiiuneu
X 17 lo'. E mug Bl ft along lite leiiinin
ing pa t ol L (J a 117;i up center i f
auwai; N' 44- If.'. W mug KIS 2 ft alo g
centre ol atiwsd to Lllibsi tr ct; tlu n c
m 41- 01)', W mug lfill.U ft idling Lilllni
Mtcet to initial iioiut, containing 18
1C0 of an acic.
Ircliis', jBwelm'.PlaiilaliisSMGta k Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
"Willi Marhlctop and Hack Grained, imitation of any wood.
ffjgT ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. flOff
EMPTY Tin Ehud Packing Cases
154 Gt . TI1EO. II. DAVIES & CO.
ON Friday. 2 Cannrics
vuird in fi iter
R. J. LILUE.
Solid B. W. Mubli'tnp Bedroom mm
C.iiIlmI i air Mattr.is-cs,
1'e.itni.r I't t w-. M..-qtiuo us,
O iii i' spi ing il itiru-sus,
S. W. Cheffonier,
O k liiireius, UakCluiiis,
Decorated Chamber bets,
III ick Wlllllllt licdstcaUb,
1 White Sewing Machine !
In good o derj
Dininsr Ho in Tabli und Ch iin,
Jlarbletop t upbo.uds,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Hefrig'T.itor, Meat Safe,
1 New Gypsy Queen Range.
Agate und I in are. Also a Inre
mid vuikd i olliutiou of
iidniss-i i a i?jL..v:vi-i :
Gdidca Tool-, Gudci ll.i-e,
Etc . Etc., Kie., Kte.
IST Deeds tit expense of purchaser.
Foi further purticuLiis app y to
L 12 WIS J. L.KV1SY,
Or to W. . Wh'tlng, Attorney at Law.
D.red pill ii, IB !) 254 2t
T. H. HOBKON,
2t)0 lni GG Fort sticct, Honolulu, Agent fur Hawaiian Inlands.
" ' ' ' ! i .. . --,-... .,..., .
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Hats for Kfiisses' and Children,
flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy KihboiiB, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Unuzes, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
lials, in white, plain and figured; Hoy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Iiiiiub'H Wool Uiulcriveur, rittuiiel CoiUn mill "VcMh,
All-wool Cv-'ifrhiils, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FESHES.,
Tin Lending Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel pts. -
The Manufacturers SlioeOo.
S &i so
S" fiemises will bis open f r ins ic
linn on Wi-dntsd.y , Mti liSjd, fron. 11
M. til 3 f. M.
GOOD Family Hoard for n limbed
number of gemlrinen not exectMl
iiiK 0 persons Ko1- parii-nlars n iply to
W. F. KEYNOLDS,
254 tf At'l.U i in urn's stoie
A GOOD Df-neli Hin d.a man thorough,
ly pir-ted in lite usi- of a ciicul ir
saw, cut off mini', dado, cc a man
that litis worked in the tnillx ol OrfMfoi
nia preferred. Apt lv to
G. V. LINCOLN,
248 lw IJuil it.
LMtUK Fiont Air
lliii m, wtlt.furni'-lied,
with bathroom and oilici con
veniences attached. Apply lo Mre. Lulni?.
Detbel streit, mxl to Fo-,1 Olllco. 2 :i Ut
A fine a soitmi i t of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
are mid Small
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid.
"Qui'iTi hi i eel
1 1 m
Ex "Koyal Al ee.
I DO hereby give notion tint T have
Iii- day appoinn-d Cheng Yee, of
Honolulu, 'my attorney In Ihci d .linn
mv nh-ence I10111 the iMiigdiim to acl
lor mu in all matiiTH of business con
nected with th- bu-lni'S curried on h
mu in i-aid Honolulu under iho name of "1
YroOhim. U AFAT.
Honolulu, May 17.-1880. 253 3
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM lni- 1 moved hia
i-hop liuiii lv i ti f t-ttcel 10 McIJmi.
ilii't, Jiilliard Pailoir, F.ut fliiet, whete
lie ia pteparvd to m-ivc with the bcst
cure and neatness the avocation ot hit
art Holicltb the l-iml pairunuge o nil.
mli 23 8tily
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
car 0 nice at j. e.
chant Uriel. 1' ()
T li'phonu No. 172
Drown & Co , Mcr.
liox No. 403 Hell
coluiut s, ptlirl) loc.il iiihiii r
to foreigu countries, $C per
&, Retail B
oots h Shoes.
Host Designs 0(3 All Piicos.
iiMi t r
. It. SMITH. Ajxett.
'y urdiT of Mi'vh.-. H. "aeUfelil & To.,
1 w ill idl at I'tililic uuiion
AT II O'CLOCK A. 31.,
V con.i.nuu'iil ol
Fine Household Furniture,
lust tin i vi il bv tliu bul; '-G. K.
In tiliiiit and .Mill yatiy;
Extension Dm ng Tubks and
W rt lug 'I'm lllu ,
Otiil iu d -nio ingTibli"),
Dinii g 'loom CltaitH,
FOLDING and ARM CHAIRS !
v T J
W JW Vt H K
JJJJLirJ Ut; UU,
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gj N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Uooins.
15th, MISS CLARK will havoteharge
. 1751 ly
-OFFEll AT BED EOCK PPJCES-
l'liiim "tin I , Bl
is otic if:.
1 1 IS 11 lllT-lul id
iii at N -15
TL' D.lY, Mu 14ili.
Jim iw 'II.
11 , i n 1 il-- an
Ii ,r litulii hlli el,
lit II. w.
til a p nil o
Si'IIMlDI' a - icti id a-
Honolulu. Moy Iii, I r-li
ralil'ornia Hay, Oals, Bran,
Oil Calto Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Kolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen StB.
New Zealand Jams !
I UST reci'ivid a cult ignment of Nc
t Zealand .1 niJ, ii'bOiK'il cases. Foi
ah nl low titii'i bv
.1 E. IJROWX & CO.,
J27 tf 28 Alei chant street.
Short Link Chain,
From X to luoli;
Iron JSlwt:eacl !
Hlngli', Three Quarter & Double;
A Flno Asiortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,-
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An assortment of
Galvanized Fence Wire,
ho 4, Ct and 0;
Groceries, Crockery Ware,
Hubbuck's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
Castor Oil in Drums,
1. X. L Cal. Lime, Portland Cement.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
NIC ITU r 11 tin) I) plain nor iltu Aecnti
11 ilm lirttifh nark "llo nl Alii e"
uil lie rcppoiiHiulu for debis conlinoieil
by the ciuw V52 l.i
J?- A rV 1'11' ii'Lae Cottajjo
lfttn A "I ,w" or th o 1 room , in
S.4i:S, a L'ond 1 callly. Mi'iit S 0 pel
niiuiib. Anli(s !' ". Box !If.9.
DU ING my lempoiary uli encu from
ill 11 KiitJd 'in 111 wife will act for
mo under lull power if iui"iniv
T. W. RAWLINS.
Ilonoliilii, May I, 1889. 240 Iw
R, LOUIS ADLElt biga to inform
XIX UU! IllltlllO 111 tk
inl'rtltoot", iaboud a
bo h ik nct'lvt'd
assortment of Lii'Uu and
d liipLi''liV Iho
l UOTi'AGE, corner Khiaii
t iiijii fen-a ola strvoi.
twyamaaa a piy to
W. O. ATWATEK,
v'50 1 iv 11 iiii lulu Iron noiKi
FOR SALE CHEAP
'I-HRI'E Ullli-osi over O. ().
I liuiL'oi'a. Miiicliaut street.
E. S. CUNI1A.
WIL BRADLEY now has tlio Har.
bei biinp at McC'nrthy'ci billiard
hull, Fort strict, wheru hu will bo
pleiibud 10 ecu liU friends and acquaint,
unces, htrict tittention will be given to
busitiCES. IGI lw
Mrs. II. MACMILLAN
HAS commenced Dressmaking, Cut.
ing anil FltiiiiL', nt her ruldencu
In 1. I'M Nuii'Hiu Avuiui. 111 xi
llmue, U 11 Tolepliouo 160.
All. HOW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ulllce and pliurmao ui Hawaiian
Hotel Mables, coiner Hotel aud 11 chaid
r-u ccts. i-cieiuillc iii'uiiiitiit in all ill
ch-Cp ol di iiics'io uillmals Ol i'ir I
Hlniiliitb'ti and niiiuli -lock pi nil' 1
nUondLil to. Mutual Teitphutie iibi,
l O. liox 320. mh.l8W
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
AVAI.UAI1LE Lot at the
corner of Fort ami
chool fill cuts, over Jeofail
eiu wiiu ouo Cotiagii. Anjilv 'n
11 tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 3 largo and
A O tin 11 1 1 mi 11m wllb l;ll.
Pffi cben und bniliroom uttaclnd,
on AlnUea .lri'et, ippoMto Dr. Sic
Wnyiui'H. At ply to Joiui uook, on ore
inli'8, or at 'bin oiitie,
Carriage For .Sale Cheap.
1NEW Outundcr Oar.
riano lust iliiislicd
and liumUotuely triunned
in lira 1 cliibp btylu must be iinmcdlHtcly
! Id 10 cIum mi aignni( nt, can bo been
1 M l'tiiic'r CiMiarc maiiiifaotury,
No. 12S Fort -treet.
HAWAJIAN llUSUUESS AGENCY.
animal toi a. boy), 111 d
Colt. Saddle, biid e,
etc , thrown in to make
11 iMriaiu. Apply at this otllce. 251 tf
Will practice in the lower courla of tho
Kingdom aa attorney, attend to collect,
ing in all Us bianchco, renting of houses
and any other business entrui-tcd to him.
Otllce 01 King Street Upbtairs.
R. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Aho sole agent for tho Maulo Window
.-crcins, Com limed llevol bquarcs, titan,
dind, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Hie clca, Trlcjclts, Velocipedes, etc.
Offl'c , corner of llethel and Kingso-,
San Fhancibco, Val.,
Felnuaiy 10 18.-0
WE liHriuvitli leitily that Messrs.
Uoild it .Miller urn ourdulj an.
thnrizi'd mid on I) agents for the Ha
wiiiiiiu Ihliindh for the sulo of our Lager
Hcur In l;eg.
JOHN WI ELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John II. Wielnnd Bios.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOHR, Lock & Guusmith,
I1114 removid opposite in tho pre.
mises occupied formerly by Mux Ecknrt
ns a jewelry blore, uext door to lloft'.
schhini'cr 6i Co., n the Damon lilock,
Ueihel Mrect. 24U Ira
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JW. McGUIHE having moved hl
place of business from tho otllce
of the Hawaiian Tiausfer Co., to tho
harness shop of F. Philips, No. 02 King
btreet, beg to notify lilsfiiei.ds'and the
public getier.illy thill he is ready to con
tinue tho expictb and driiy business
under the 11111110 of J. W. McGuIro. Hell
Tolophono No. Ill, Mutual BO. 280 tl