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But established for the benefit of at I,
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1889.
The Advertiser" la quite
"spoony" in paying its "distresses"
to the llawaiiana. It sounds like
the "Advertiser" of old, when utter
lug the dying love of tho Into nd
miniitr&tlja lor the native raoe. It
is pqor policy, however, In love,
Trhatever It may be In law, to abuse
The Advertiser, in Its serai-edit-orial
neirs items, calls attention to a
typographical error by the way,
duly marked but neglected iu the
proof which mado nonsense of a
passage in our transcript from 'he
Hilo Record, and asks, "who is the
bore?" In thU case the bore looks
like a corkscrew that has struck a
glass stopper it has only jabl ed
the clumsy hand using it.
Wo give space to the editor of the
"Elele" for the reproduction of uN
article that has moved the "Adver
tiser" to tears of affection for the
country and tho kanaka. Except
for its fanning of strife betwe en
classes, the article is entirely inno
cent and in keeping with the single
hearted policy of the "Elele." The
"Elele" editor simply urges fiat
the American mode of electing pub
lic ofliccrs Bhould be engrafted uj on
the Hawaiian system. While not
agreeing with him in this, we rej ro
bate the course of the "Acher
tiser," in denouncing as fools or
rogues people who cannot swal.ow
all its constrained opinions.
THAT WESTMEATH SUGAR.
During the time at which the al
leged sugar fiauds, in connection
with the cargo of sugar by
the Westmeath, were before the
public we attempted to lay before
our readers the facts of the case- as
we gleaned them from San Fran
cisco papers, and in letters from our
correspondents at that place. Since
that time we understand that the
matter has been settled, or rather
compromised, by the United States
authoiities paying back to the Trust
a portion of the extra duties which
it was compelled to pay into the
Treasury before it could receive the
sugar in question.
We had supposed that those inter
ested in the Trust would have baen
satisfied with getting back even a
portion of the money which that in
stitution was only too glad to pay at
the time, in preference to having
the whole cargo confiscated. But
now Mr. Carter comes again to the
front as champion of the Trust, to
show what an innorent and abused
party he has for a client, and how
unprincipled Mr. Spreckels is for
trying to protect his intciests in the
sugar business. The value of the
evidence we leave our readers tc
judge for themselves. First, it comet
from the "Chronicle," a jou-na1
notoriously opposed to the SprccKek
family in every way, and, secondly,
the statement is made by one Ox
nard, a man who is getting his bieaci
and butter from the Trust and would
naturally state anything in its inter
est. Some allusions are made to
how Maclaine & Watson, the ship
pers of the sugar, felt in the matter,
but that is only Mr. Oxnaid'a state
ment. Nothing that we have teen
in print has come directly from
Now, we do not propose to e iter
into a length' argument as to the
rights and wrongs of this cise,
neither have we ever attempted to
impugn the integrity of the gentle
men who were originally connected
with the American Sugar Refinery,
as we know that at the time tho al
leged frauds were perpetrated they
bad but little to say as to the mnii
agement of that institution. Hut
we do think it possible that the
Haveraeyer crowd (i.e., the Trust),
whose names were so unpleasantly
mixed up with Custom House frauds
cast might not bo above trying tho
same game west, and it is also pro
bable that thsir influence may have
Had something to do with the settle
ment that has proved so favorable
to the finances of the Tiust, In
conclusion wo cannot but admire
Mr. Spreckels for his promptness in
trying to expose what, at the lime,
looked like stealing a match on him
in a business way.
Diplomacy My dear, was that n
hymn you were singing to Lord FiU
de Grey last night? asked the iond
father on Monday morning. Oh,
yes, papa; it was Wueu I Cau
Bead My Title Clear.'
itHnbettithmttaMi aoe wcmwwwwii'miiiiwimiwxw'
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS,
SAruniUY, May 18th.
Samuel M. Damon vs. M. Dick
son and John 11. Paty, assignee of
said M D'ekion. appendants. A
decision is rendered in this case, a
bill In equity. Defendant M. Dick
son was adjudged a bankiupl on
July 7, 1888, and defendant Paty
was appointed iisinec. On Oct.
28, lb88, the plaintiff was appointed
attorney foi Dickeon as one of the
heirs of Sarah DicKSon. Paitof the
latter's estate consisted of property
willed to her by Catherine Bales of
Ohio, U. S. A., to descend to her
children in case of her death. As
one of such children M. Dickson In
cline heir to 7,477 from the Bales
estate, of which $7,102 was, at iho
time the bill wun ill awn, iu Sail
Francisco under the contml of the
plaintiff. Each of the defendants
having demanded the money of
plainlifi undei threat of suit at law,
the plalntifj, S. A. Dan on, pra.ied
Hint the defendants might mter
nlead their claims, and ll at he niiyht
pay the aahl Sil2 into Com I, and
he grin'cd .in injunction.
Do.ct dat t Dijkson m his an
swer, alli'i cd tint the money was
collected l), plaiii.ttf as his .ittorni y
alter his 'dijudication .is a bank
rupt, am) that at the tunc
of his tiling of petition in
banktuptcy the moniy forniid
no pan of his estate and hence was
not icluniable as such, mid that de
fendant Pa y i.s ais-in-e is nut en
titled tc n cover s del money nor lo
have its possession.
Defendant Puty in his answer al
leged lha-, the" bank upt lailrd
to set forth in his schedule on Ju y
7th, 1888, m interest in the estate
of C.uhtrini! Bales, bein j the su n
of money t.'ieti it. the hands of the
plaintiff or deposited in Court, and
clained thst the rioney wa prt-f
the binkrupt'b estate, and asked for
a decice dtclarini; him as assignee
entitlsd to receive sat I money for
disttibution among Dickson's cre
ditors. Mr. Brown, for Dick'-on, aigtied
that under the common law, not set
aside by any sta:ute, the bequest
was tnly Dickson s in expectancy at
the time of his li.inktuptcy, it being
only a contingent remainder based
upon the survival of the mother.
Mr. Neumann, for i'iuy, contend
ed t'.iat the authorities cited by op
posing cou lsel did not support the
proposition submitted, 'lhewillof
Mi 3. Bates allowed of no other con
struction than tint the bequest to
the defendant Dickson was not a
contingent but, a vested remainder,
which took effect upon the termina
tion of a Hie estate granted to his
The Court deci les as follows: "I
have considered the various author
ities cited and also the facts as they
appear in the pleadings, and am of
opinion lh.it the shaie of the de
fendant Dickson in tho residuary
estate of Mrs. Bates vested in him
at her death, subject to be devised
only on his death during the life of
his mother leaving children, and
ihcrcfoiegthat the defendant Paty,
as a3since in banktuptcy of the de
fendant Dickson, is entitled to the
fund in Court." A large array of
authorities is commented upon, and
the Court oneludes: "The decree
will allow the pla nliff 1 is costs out
of the fund in Court and will con
tain a eicol iraMon according to this
decision. I hne not thought it
necessary to decide w lether pto
peity acquired by a bankrupt alter
adiiidit alic n and before Ids d.s-
charge would belong to nis.iss.guce,
as the poh't does tint arise in this
W. A. Whiting for plaintiff; C.
Iironn for dei'eiic ant Dickson ; Paul
Neumann Tor defendant P.ity.
Monday, May 20th.
James M. Monsairat vs. A. H.
Loo Ngawk and 0. Afong, Trustees
of the Chinese Cemetery Associa
tion of M-inta. Bill of complaint,
in equity. The bill allegen that the
complainant is in possession and is
sole owner in fee simple of a certain
piece of land biuiate at Puuleiia,
Manoa, described in Royal Patent
No. 101 to Kulatii, by virtue of a
conveyance fiom W. 0. Akana and
Hannah P. Akana his wife, dated
June C, 1888; that at the date of
the execution and di Ib'ery of stid
conveyance amd w. C. Al.aua was
in possession and was solo owner
of aid premises in feo simple by
viitueof a conveyance from Knha
wai, widow of said Kulani, as sole
heir at la-v of Niid Kulani, dated
Sept. 7, lr.55; that the defendants
wrongfully and unlawfully claim to
be entillcd to said premises as suc
cessors to Aim Keo and Apakana in
trust for the benefit of the Chinese
Cemetery Association, an unincor
porated association in Honolulu;
that the above instiument is wholly
void ; and it is pray ed that the power
of attorney, etc., be declared mill
and void, and that defendants be
perpetually enjoined against bring
ing any at lion nt law aainst the
complainant for possession of said
The defendants demurred on
The Court overruled the demur
rer, but the defendants may have
leave to answer, if t-o advised, with
in ten elay3 on pnyment of the costs
occasioned by the demurrer. A. H.
Ilartwcll for complainant; Cecil
Brown and Paul Neumann for de
HE ONLY LIVE PAPER
JL Honolulu "The Dally UuiUtiu."
SO conti per month.
DAtt tnftjMlfflW1 noHTOLtTLU XI, i,
Ovpied from the Elele by request.)
Thctc are on these islands certain
men who nic, in the proper sense of
the term, "brutally ignorant." They
are a composition of something
neither liuniau nor brute, lhey
know by heart the history of every
man and woman in the kingdom.
And, in fact, they know the reputa
tion, business, character, and social
standing of tiie people much belter
Hum the ticonlc do themselves. If
any man eir woman have any doubts
about their reputations and business
8latulitig in the kingdom, let them
ask any of their acquaintances, and
tiny will tell them all about it.
There are in this community also
newspaper sciiliblers who elo not
like the Elele any toe wi II, and to
iiinke a point against that paper,
they charge it with disliking mid
saying many bad things about our
missionary friends. This seems to
be the whole stock in trade of tbcue
sensation inongeis. N w, the fact
of the matter is, we, do not per
sonally dihlikc our mi&Monaiy
friomh. Neither do we dislike tl'e
oll'cen ed the present Government,
as otn political enemies would have
it. We, however, verv much d s-
1 ke nearly the entire "system,"
upon 'hioh this Government is inn
If annuls weie to run it, tinder its
prusei t system, we most assuredly
would find the tame faults we now
The Elele is fighting the system
of Government and not the mission
aiies. Personally we I ke the tiils
sioiiarii'S. And were tuey a-, libera!
in politics as were their ancestor
we could admire them. The fore
fathers ot the American mission
aries were a noble lace of men and
women. They wuie ci -tilted in the
very temple of freedom. By and
of that gi and old Ainaticau stock,
1 o were the chief foii.idcrs of the
world's liberty, the fathers and foie-fatla-rs
of the American mission
uues had exactly the .same by-tein
of go eminent that tho Elele ask?
fe.r at this prenent day, for the peo
ple of the Hawaiian kingdom.
And what surprises us most is
tint our missionary fiiends did not
give to the Hawaiian people years
ago llal same system ot government
under which they themselves wcie
lioin, rained and educated. Then
e ountiy wa-., and is, grand in its
fieedom, and the home of the op
pressed. And why the Atneiican
mission it ies should object to give
the Il.iw-aiian people a small portion
of that ficeeiom, that (!od and their
foref.ilhers left them and their de
scendants, is a mystery we cannot
explain. If Hawaii had such a gov
ernment, the Hawaiian people would
be happier, and the day of filibust
ering would end.
NOTLUE to CKHDITOKS.
NOTICE is licrulij g ven to all ) r
H"iiB i living oluinib 'iguinst iliu e
one of Nmcy Wirt, de. e.im, m pnsei
ili'simulo tlie mull isined, esic no
Mill. in hx n onlhs from dull- ot i lxi
iiniic u or tlic. will be foruvir birre
1 lie 'i lis pri'senie I lo mi hm n(;int
-1 1 i tl Nuncy Wir', during her lift: tin
iru not snilIlciBiit.
W. O. SMITH.
rJei tnor Vi il nf N nun i in, ile-i '''.
Honol iln, My 5 lfeS'J 255 3
IUKNl-HKD Ilonmsto le
inliw-t emiiei o
t tin libow I uuil lieu tun
vmlil bo vciy convi'ni'ni for
DenirnbU; Co(la;ru To Lit
Ci'iTiA E, i orncr Kini. nnd
Son h sin el--, ih ili'ii
3 10 mi uui v. nl U f i urn I'u
I ofly fiium ab convi nier.ee
! n" leason il
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 If 'J lt ciin l biie-et.
Stable & J?ustiu"ijj To LvX.
I?XC1LLLBT Sfibles con
li tiiniiv'l tSmll", ' oragi
ii it 7 'icn't 1'istiint Lin I, I'll
-I'liin iri'i'i, ni' ir K Int; fiiniifilwicoi
nii-il by Mi. ':Hc p oprieinr of ll
t'll'itmi llil-. I'o lei in vi-n iiioileirtl)
einii-. App' n
.). E. imOWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 lleichant street.
FOR SAF.E CHEAP
A HORSE, I'liRi-io.',
t iitriii'-H, Knl i
a il Vhlp, lor miIi
Ho ii-. ru id. ir- il
- iimlkliii! 1'iic. 3 00
I ' n i-leln Cow, ea s o'd I, i.
Apply "," Miim.H'in Ulllio.
SUiJ'Itl.JlIB'i CIHJKT OE" Til!'.
II uMiiinii li-l mil-. Iii ill- linn, i
in el, I) Fick'I , it II ii.Uriii, Onli'i nn
pi'ii'ion tf Il.iiil.iupt lm elibo iiigi rm
L'n n uoMiil' nnd ulinir th pwiM i
ii CJ. I), Ki lc-iIi. ot Honolulu i n ill
Ixiin ii nf Oih ,algin.-t nt ui'iie Hi. n
sixmo th- li ve elup-rd ilnc lie i
M junic.tiil ii llniikiiipt 'mil . ruling In
a i-ehir e fn ro nil hi" eb'b's.
It is nrdi'iei thai THURSDAY, the
(illidin of .In f 1889,111 IU a iiiiliui
il i 1 1 ihn 'I'.iiri Itonni, iu A iinln' i
Ha 0, lm nnd Is lie cbi itpiuijn'id 1 lie
iiiiiu hikI plnox for lieuring ifuiid pe'i
lion when nnd litre all iriili'or- who
Iimvc pioinl llii'Ir clniiiiB ngain-t Flint
lim kniiit amy uppunr and hIkjiv ouiiu:
if an the) hivi' hy Hie praier of said
iirtiik'"-! pi sh nl"' not h- irnintiil
And it Ix fuilln'i' oidered that no lee
be given by adeitle e nt iu th I am y
I 1 1 it 1 1- fur two wiel.s In II nolulu,
of the-time and nl.icu of smh hunrinif.
and that the Clerk of thoSupr me Court
mall notices of the t.uie and pla e of
such heaiing to ail e editors who hate
proved ih Ir debts
T. Mei' UILY,
Jii'tlccS ipr ni ouit.
Ait : -I " lei bi. I i,v 'mk.
Dated Honolulu. May 'M, ISB'J.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
On Thursday, May 23,
VT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
A the re-Id uce ot Mr. J. W L'inlnc.
I.illlm ireut, iibnvu '-clion', I will eel
it rulilir A'leti' n, nn iiccouui or ticpir
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
ComprUlng In part:
Parlor Furniture !
8.11'ln Dtcornteil CirinelcUcrs,
A.MiiinsRr it Velvet Uul'j,
Cat veil li. W. Ojnter & Stele T.ble
3 Volottno Pictures,
Genuine Water Co o 8 & Slecl
G Ciiivnl C.me .'en
U I in I is,
an I Hack Pniht
Lace Curtains & Lambrequins,
Uili(!lften'l Patent Honker.
b.i-,s ii' d Kcc nuns' Oliulrs,
11. nd Painted Banners and Scarfs !
Mir nr Hiadets, Ilili.n.Unc,
Kte., Kti ., Klc, Ktc.
S tlltl B. W. M ub etop liudroum .N
C irlcil Lair Mattras-cs,
Feather Pul w Musiniito Nets,
Clipper Spring MutritBes,
8. W. Chefifonier,
O k Uiirenip, Oak Chins,
!Jcur.ilL-I Cli.imlier ibets,
HI iik uli lit lc islcudt-,
1 White Sewing Machine !
1 1 .ottil o ilur;
Dinini; Ho m Tnlil nnd Ch.itre,
MmbliMop i npboardd,
(JROCKEKY and GLASSWARE
Reliig' ralor, Meat Safe,
1 New Gypsy Queen Range.
Aguie -mil I in -are. Also n l.iru
ami vmlid i.ollcctiun of
Elu , Etc ,
G inlen IIoe,
t$T; Premises will h open f r hist tc
onoii U (iliusil ii , luy 22nd, from!
M. tn 3 e. M.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
NEITHElt tin! Cipmin nor the Apeni
o llic ISi iu-li n.irk "Ho., nl Aliie'
will be repo isiblu for dubis cuntnicii
j the ciow 'J5' 1
MR. LOUIS ADLEU begs to inforn
lliu iiiiiliu lint he lm ncuivc
..a elegant u-oi Uncut ut Luliu in i
.nit's liout-, blious u d cilijipcr.- by lb
lt sluim.'i. 24 Mi
WII. UHADLbY now has tlie 15"
bur oiui ut iMct'nrtliy'tf bnliiin
null, Fort strtet. where he will it
travel lo euehii fiiends anil aciiuuini
ni-us. Strict attention will be given"
luiblnexs. 15. In"
Mrs. II. SIAOMILLAN
I"T AS cninmi'in cd DresFinnklutr, On
JLX ''nig an I Fil inL', ill liur iu-idcnc
N.i 131 Willi nil' Avi uni", in x
ll.nifu. B 11 Ti-lt')li mi' 180
FIRTUI.?-i i o momma, eon
pklu, with 10 lurue lense". 2 8 i
reoieopc-mid nbo.ii 120 1 ru and 10
mailer picnuis All in llrol-cbib-. mill':
'he pictniet inelnde Mime bi-aulilu
i liiniinateil pliuto. Id in hi 14 in. ui.i
i2 in. by 12 in. Apj Iv M this oitlcc
BOATS FOR SALE.
WE havu on hand one 22
foot Whnleboat, will
i i mi center-board, mast, sail,
inn-, etc , complete', sultaLle
II him;. Also, one 75-lb Cllnkei
I'le.ihUie kllT copper fibtcned, with
on Bond iowlneh; will be sold che.p
lor cash. I oih new. ppyat
DuVVEU &. juN'S,
250 lm bliop Mm me Fiali Muikrl.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
VT a mei ting of tlm Gurmm Henevo
lent Si eiely hi-hl at the o'llcn o
linn 11. A W idi-niunn, nn Ma) 17 lBt-0
it ivnv umiiiiiiioiiBl) vi.icil to aeei'pt ihe
clnr'er uninieil the bocleiy ami iho fol.
oning iihcer wcie duly elec ed:
lion. II. A. Willi maiin....l'reiid"'nt,
Mr J r lliiekfelil..Vii'elriHiduiit,
Mr F. Kl'imp IVui-iiifi,
Mr J. V I oKurili ...-eci clary,
Mr. II. J. IsoD Aii'iimr.
J. F. KCKARDT,
tcurctui). 0. 11 d
Honolulu, May 18, l8. 253 Si
GRAPES FOR SALE.
MR, T CRItiTLEY, Fort Fired, just
bi'lo .-ilio ttri'ui, ha for bido
a qiliiniity if line drapes on ihe.vine.
People wtt-liing to urohno may call at
Ihn almvu plio ' any nay nfier i o'clock
I', m . and M'leut any epiun hy at tlm rate
of 5 lbs. 1it$I. 244 3
An, ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olUce and phiirinno) ut Hawaiian
Moiel Mttldefi, eoriier lintel and R chard
Mint, t-oiriiiillu iii'nlnii nt in all ill,,
eiue- of di una io mr mills (Jr.erstni
plunialiiiii nuil iiiiich "luck promptl)
utluiidcd t , Mutual Telephone: UVl,
P. O, Box 320. inh.180
Mi fct, tB0, ;
vWvmuummxi ! "
Auction Sales by Levis J. Levey.
NOTICE OF SALE !
W1IRRKAS, he Mort-iige heieilr.
alien iticii'li.md hutli liceil hete
tofore iliil fnrcelo nl by ndveril-cmcn
of mortgage u's tintlce of intention I"
fo eulose', no, thcnfnrc, liy onlcr of
0..wnlil Scliol z, timrig ijtie ot n certain
tniteiinitu ot niiiiig'ii'e, nnteel -eptim'er
-.0 'HS7, of reciird In the olllco eif H
itrnr "f ''"''Vijn' r,"-, in Hook 103
P'um :!8l. aSo ami :iS(i I am dlrcuuel 10
ell at l'ubno uctio..,
On Wednesday, May 22
AT lit OM'I.OCIC XOOX,
At my Sali ctontn tjmen tr et In I'o O
lulu, the ptopc r Int l I'ctl In -alil
mej iHiic hi f Lo !:
All nnd iinBular that
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
Situate em LUilm -Ircit, In llnrolulu,
Uiiliu, HiiHulbtn I -1 ut id , Ciin.
tntnfTiK n n
Area of 48-100 Acre,
And Ileitis the patne pietnlses ilwerlheil
in deed of n. 1. KuIiuimiu to ltlchaid
ehnild, dat d .September 20, 1B87, and
therein ele-eilbed as follows:
oiuinuiieiiiK at the West corner of
this pleco on Lllih.i tiee at a nngi
I iui t at ungle of feu c near aiiwui an
b 4H- M E mug 110.8ft along I'.ilnl.i
nuil Kaiauhoula, L O i 71'Jll to a pot
on kiimimii tln-mc N 41' 45'. E mug
72.Gff along kiiaitna alonr Kiiniuhni
to stake; h e!."' 00', E mag l'J Sft nlon
Kiiinohoiili to eentr of uuunl; tliene.
Nr 47 45'. E mug SI fl along the lenuiiu
lug pi t of 1j C a 117J up ecnter of
atiwal; N 44' if.'. V m.ig 108 2 ft along
eeutie of aiUMil to Lllih.i streti llun e
- 44' 0,i', Wiling lC'J.li ft along Lilli ii
eticet to initial i oint, eontaiuin,; 48
100 of au aue.
TKIt.ll.-, O ISII.
E2TEecds at expense of purchaser
or fin iln.r pal tleitl us app y to
LEWlft J. LL.VEY,
Or to V. ,. Whiting, Attoinej at Law.
Dated pril , 18 t) 254 21
'y order of Mi".s.r. H. I'nekfcM & Co.,
1 will m'11 in l'nlilic uioiioj
On Thursday, May 23
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. .H.,
con.i nun ni of
Fine Household Furniture
Just arrived lv tin- link l,G. N.
it anlr diep,
In 'Allium and .Mill gany;
Extunsiwn Dm ng Tallies and
Writing Tilile ,
Cird aid niOKing Tables,
.-of ii C,
FOLDING and ARM CHAIRS !
Piano Muni , Kte , VA':, Ktc.
EDO lurebj giv. nolirn htlllini
ihi ila a 'O'dii'iil riieni Yec, of
lonolulu, my atti rney in i.ien d nn
n. 'bume .iliu tin' ..nij.d in mm
ir mn in nil inatii r of Iiiimiius'I c ii
"lined uitlith lm Mi'fiJ eiriii'd oil i
.in- in -nin Ilonoliiln under iht' tainei
Y-eCh.in. U AFAI'.
llouolahi, May 17, 18S9. 253 3
ICx lioyiil Al eo.
Short Link Chain,
From 4 to inc' ;
Iron HJedNteaclN !
tiingle, Three Qmirtcr & Doubloj
A fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
tVio I'd ivlillli-;
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An asMitmcnt of
Galvanized Fence Wire,
ho 4, H l,d ( ;
Groceries, Crockery Waro,
Hubrjuck's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
Castor Oil in Drums,
I. X. L. Gal, Lime, Portland Cement.
J. T. WAT&RHOUSE.
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Mercliants', Jiwilmf, Plantations niodiitoi & Wall Sdto,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marbletop and Back Grained, imitation of any wood.
tJT ISLAND OltDEKS SOLICITED. JRJ
T. H. HOBRON,
GG Furl street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Un trimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hut Trimmings, Fnncy Rihhons, Etc.,
Wire Kai Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, (Jiuizc, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Kim Iiiimb'rt Won! Umlorivear, Flaniii'l CnnfH mill Vcs,
All-wool t Y'ltliiit.s Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHES.,
The Leading Millinery House, eor. Fort & Hotel Ms.
The Manufacturers Sn
88 Sc 89 wnaiiL
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.'
Correct S.yles tF" Latest Designs jgCB All Prices.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
BJGT N. II. On and after May
of our Dressmaking llooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barlej, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
I UST rei'fivid u oiuignmcnt of Ni-
I Zi-nland .1 nn, h-mh tul cases. Fen
le tit low prli'PH bv
.1 E. UROWX & CO..
27 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
4 Y 1UVC, Baddlo
Mare ( plimlid
iiiimiil tin a un)), mid
I'nlt rin die. In idle,
rc i-'c, brown in lomakc
a bargain Afpl) at iliia oll'ce. 251 tt
mi'i 1'uma olu Hireo .
A ply to j
W. O. ATWATER,
11 molulii Iron iiiKh.
rl'HRhE unices ovrr O. O.
1 Heigir'o, Merclmnt street.
E. S. CUNIIA.
REAL ESTATE TOR SALE.
AVWIUHLE Lot at the
corner of Fort and
chiiul uticets, over Jj of au
ere niili one Collage. Apnlv to
14 tf J. SI. VIVAS.
AIiqUSE ith 3 largo and
8 Bin ill to ma willi kit.
enen .nil liiuhrnom nttiiclud,
on Alukiu -tnet, ippiHilu Dr. M,.
WaynuV. A, pl 1 1 Jolin Cook, on lire-inl-i'8.
or at 'Int. mile p. 210 if
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
JNKW Ciituneler Uar.
riugo jut-t fliiibhed
and handsomely trimmed
In ilmt dint!. .iyle must be Immediately
unltl to plot-u aii at.igimtnt, eun be Bfcu
nl V M PagiV piiriato mnnufuetury,
No. l'2i Fori rlu'L'i,
HAWAIIAN UlJaKJErfa AOKKOy.
& LOCK CO.
X). R. SMITH. Aerent
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will pnictiee in thu Irniir toiiriB of the
Kingilom iia nitoriiey, iiituml to collect,
ing in nil us biutu lu, renting of hoatea
uud any other Imsinesrt culnicd luliim.
Oihcc 91 King Si rcet-Upstairs.
R. AV. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Ali-o Eolu ngent for ll.o Mayic Window
""creinR, Com limed llevcl tquurcs, htun.
il'ird Goodrich cc, dewing Mnchincp,
Klocled, 'liic.icliB, VelocipedcB, itc.
Olllc , comer of iietliei and Kingtu,
San Fiiancjsco, Cai.., 1
FebniMr) 10 18-0
TJ17 B herewith ceitity that Slebsis.
TT Do'ld & Wilier are our dul) an.
thoiizi'd and only ngcnis for the Iia.
Italian Island for the tul? of our Luger
lleer in ken-.
JOHN WIELAND nitEWINO CO.,
100 tf John 11. U iuland Uios.
Removal of Bnrher Shop.
MP. JAltDIM lia removed his
t-hop li oui K i;iir Hi cut to McCar.
ui)'b Uilliard Parlori-, Fort htreet, where
ho is picpursd to servo with the best
care and neatness the avocution ol his
art. BoliciU the kind patronage of id).
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
had rminvicl opposite In the pro;
mikes occupied formerly by MaxEckart
as a jewelry store, next door lo Hnji'.
6cliluri'L'r & Co., in the Damon liloc k,
Jfcihul btreet. '21 U lm
N OTICE pf REMOVAL.
T W. McOUIRE lnvvinR moved hli
O ? plueu nf business from the otllee
of the Hawaiian Tiamfer Co., to the
harness shop of 1 Plilii g, No. 02 King
btieet, begHto notify his friends and the
public generally that he Ih uady to eon
tlllliu the L'Xiiffi, mid dr. v 'IiubIiihsu
I under the name of J W. Jlt-Guhe. llell
1 TUphop No, IJl Mutual 6?, ?J0 l
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