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Pledged to neither See nor Party,
JSut established for Ike benefit of all,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1889.
"Will "n blasted Britisher" please
send his real naJneV We positively
decline using any communication,
however innocent in itself, without
having the real name of the author
By the time the report of the
seizure of the C. D. Bryant reached
the East over tho wires, the opium
And on board of her was magnified
from "sixty tins" to "sixty tons."
Nen does gather mo3s us it rolls
" The new Inman Line steamer
City of Paris made the passage from
Queenstown to New York in six
days and nineteen hours. As this
is the fastest "first trip" across the
Atlantic on record, the new ship is
likely to make astonishing time when
her engines get into full playing
"Whatever reverses the Ameiicau
pioneer may encounter, he seldom
loses his rich fund of humor. A
wagon passed through Kansas City
recently, bearing the following in
scription on its canvas cover:
"Chintz buged in Illinois, sicloneil
in Newbraska, whitccapped in In
diana, baldknobbed in Missouri, pro
hibited in Kansas Oklahomy or
"While Hawaii has looked at silk
culture and then gone to sleep over
it, the industry lias been making
rapid progress in the States. A
(State convention of sillc culturists
largely attended was lately held at
"Wichita, Kansas. Philips Walker
of the Department of Agriculture
stated that Kansas last j-ear raised
one fifth of the cocoons of the United
States. This year he estimated the
cocoon production would be two or
three times that of last year.
The Free Traders ot New South
Wales, having won a signal victory
in the elections, are about to carry
free trade to its logical conclusion
by wiping out all specific duties and
replacing them with direct taxes.
"While this will be the most thorough
test of tho question as it affects the
industry and commeice of a nation,
it will at the same time enable the
people to see and to feel just what
the burden of supporting the govern
ment amounts to. Knowing to a
penny what the slate housekeeping
expenses will be to each of them
personally, they will be fully im
pressed with the duty of seeing that
affairs arc administered efilcicntly as
well as economically
A DIPLOMATIC TRIUMPH.
In her new ticaty with Japan the
United States has evidently scored
a diplomatic triumph, which has al
ready been admitted in plain terms
in London. A eonespondeut of the
Times says :
The information icspecting the
new treaty between Japan and the
United States is intciesting in the
highest degree, because it shows
that Japan is taking steps to settle
the treaty revision question in a
manner which may not be alto
gether pleasing to all the treaty
Powers. The method now adopted
aeems to be that of negotiating
separately with each Power, and a
beginning has been made with the
United States, as ihe country which
lias always been mott friendly to
Japan, and which has always ex
hibited its willingness to gr.mt her
the revision of the treaties which
bhe sought. It is probable, there
fore, that in the new treaty with the
United States it will be found that
the latter has granted to Japan those
rights respecting jurisdiction for
which she has all along contended,
and that United States citizens will
obtain in return rights of trade and
residence all over Japan, which
have been offered already by tho
Japanese Government to ail tho
Treaty Powers if they ngiecd to
the required modifications.
Alter giving the opinion that to
Hiicli an arrangement as this the
favored nation clauses of the pre
sent treaties could not apply, the
Times correspondent cites the bene
1Hb to bo gained by Americans from
the compact :
Thus American citizens will bo
placed in u pobitiou of great com
mercial advantage in Japan ; they
will bo able to tiavel without pass
ports, to reside throughout the in
terior, cairy their wares to the peo
ple in place of waiting at the open
ports lor tho people to come to
them, and will have the privileges
usually accorded to foreigners in
Great Hi itain or the United Slates.
Meanwhile their rivals will be con
fined to the few treaty ports, and if
they do business in the interiq'r it
riUtet he tllloUgh American clttacns.
It is easy to see tliat this Mate of
things cannot last long; other
rowers will gradually come to tho"
same arrangement, and thus tho
problem of treaty revision will be
settled in tho manner desired ny
Japan. If seventeen Powers all
together cannot agree upon a satis
factory treaty with Japan, each one
will probably be brought to agree
upon one satisfactory to itself.
Japan has applied the old story of
the bundle of sticks, and she has
found ready assistance In the United
The writer goes on to say that,
for Tfhnlever the other Powers may
lose from being behind the United
States in this matter, "they have
only to blame their diplomatic re
presentatives in Japan, whose ab
surd tinkering has forced that coun
try to strike out a course for hcr
Belf." lie denominates the treaty
as a reproach to England, that has
while leader in Japan stood off the
Japanese Go eminent in the lattcr's
appeal for treaty revision. "If
Japan has succeeded in cutting the
Gordian knot in this way," says the
correspondent, "most people in this
country who are acquainted with
Japanese questions will heartily re
joice, and their only regret will be
that this first treaty is with the
United States, and not with Great
The Times in a leading article
pin sues the same strain as its cor
respondent, using the following
No Government is more jealous
than the American of the mainten
ance abroad of due respect for its
citizens. If it has gladly accepted
the invitation of Japan to give up
extratenitoiiality of persons in ex
change for the lesignalion by Japan
of its title to insist on extraterritor
iality of merchandise, it doubtless
i3 because the old privilege is obso
lete and woithless. Any step that
Amei ican negotiators have taken in
that direction Great Britain may
take too without loss of self-esteem
on account of the act itself. The
regret will only be for the time
which will have to be chosen, and
the delay. As soon as the condi
tions of the American convention
aic piomulgatcd there will be a
trcneral muve nui Dcut amoiiK the
fifteen or sixteen remaining States.
It is not honorable to Biitish diplo
macy that it should have to join in
a promiscuous stampede.
There is no predicting the far
reachinc consequences of the achieve
ment of diplomatic leadership by
the United Slates in Japan. Many
bright scions of Japanese aristo
cracy are even now gathering stores
of special knowledge in America for
application to the heightening activ
ities of their native land. At the
lapse of another quarter century the
great Republic may be iound dom
inating the industry, commeice and
civilization of the "Land of the
Rising Sun." There must in time
be much larger outlets found than
at present exist for surplus Ameri
can wealth and energy, and it will
not lie surpiising if they be found in
great part in the Orient.
TION. Editoii Jlui.MvriN : The season
for our baseball games having only
commenced, I would like, in all due
humility, lo make another sugges
tion, which may save life. All
those who have been out to naid
gi omuls (in carriages) will have
noticed that at one end, toward the
grand stand, the road is all open for
entrance or exit of carriages ; hut at
the other end, on Makiki street, it
is still obstructed by a kind of a
fence and two half gales, one of
which is generally on an angle of
say 4:i degree?. This state of
tilings, I need not say, is very dan
gerous. A number of carriages
locate (a la American), themselves
without fastening, so a? to allow the
occupants to look on the iame.
Now, if a horse or a waggon did
start, or get fiighlened, what would
he the result? I dare net contem
plate. Or if two waggons met,
coming and going, without room lo
do anything, to turn or back'"' I
would merely call attention to this
state of things, that the olllcers of
the League may advance, befoie
next .Saturday, caiite why said oh
stiuetion should not he removed
foithwiih. That being a public
road, there is no cause why the evil
should not he remedied at once.
Although I know all suggestions
are ignored, as n general thing, still
at this is neither political nor icligi
ous, it ma1 be attended lo. 1 note
with some pleasure that my last sug
gestion, although ignored at the
time, has since been attended lo, in
thu fact that last Friday's Buu.utj.n
gave the namoa of players and their
ofllccs for the next day's game, and
a number of persons availed them
selves of the advantage thub given
to enhance the pleasure. lui...
Honolulu, May LM.
Duron Alphonso do Rothschild
is said to have lost 81.1,000,000 by
the collapse of lho copper syndi
cate. But lie can spare the amount,
and it has done much good in Amer
ica by adding to the profits of cop
per producer. i
Rlio Depart rr r.nglaiitl vln Co.
Punctually nt nine o'clock this
morning II. B. M. S. Cormorant
weighed her anchor, unfurled her
homeward pennant (400 feet long)
to the breeze and left the poi I of
Honolulu honu'waul bound, via Co
quimbo. The scene on board for
an hour previous to departuio was
a lively one. 1 loral ouerings ar
rived in largo numbers and soon the
oltlcers' cabins looked like llowir
gardens. On deck the men wore
making all prepaiations for sea.
Chief Engineer Harding wa3 very
much pleased with the collection of
toys, illustrated books and maga
zines, papers, etc., lie nan received
for distribution at the different isl
ands the vessel will touch, lie
showed us a room full of parcels of
one kind and another.
About twenty minutes to nine tho
tug Eleu, with tho Hawaiian band
and a large number of the friends of
tho ship on board, left her dock and
lay alongside the Cormorant playing
popular selections, The fife and
drum band on the Cormoianl res
ponded by playing"Aloha Oe," which
was heartily applauded by those
on the tug. A large number of
people were assembled on the differ
ent wharves. At last the Cormor
ant blew her Byren whistle and
slowlj- steamed out of the harbor.
Her crew gave three heart cheers
for Honolulu and three more for the
Hawaiian band. As she passed the
I'.sptcgle, the latter s crew gave
three parting cheers, which were re
sponded to by the Cormorant crew.
A number of the merchant vessels
dipped their Hags, which was ack
nowledged by the departing vessel.
As the latter passed the light house
the band played Auld Lang Syne.
After passing out the channel the
Coimorant took a southerly course,
but had not got far when she was
seen to turn round, and a boat from
the Espii'glc was making towaids
her. She received tho boat and
then went on her course. The
officers and men of the Cormorant
have made many warm fiiends in
this community who regret her de
parture. The Cormorant will touch at Pal
myra island May oOth, Washington
the 31st, Fanning June 2d, Christ
mas -ith, Jarvis Glh, Ponrhyn 10th,
Rarolonga Kith, Aitutaki 20th, Iler
vey 21st, Takutia 22d, Atiu 22d,
Mitiero 23d, Mauki 24th. After
leaing this island she will go back
to Karotonga, touching there on tho
28th, Tahiti July 2d, Pitcaiin the
18th, Easter 29lh, and expects to
ariivc at Coquimbo August 20th.
From there she proceeds to Eng
land. POLICE COURT.
Wr.DM.SDAT, May 22.
Kekaua (w.) paid SO and Kapeli
eki Sf!,20 for drunkenness.
John Ilapa brought up on remand
eharcred with malicious injury lo a
cow was lined S-'O with St.2() costs.
Six natives were charged with de
serting contract service with Wil
der's S. S. Co. Settled out of
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against lho cs.
tatc of N.inoy Wirt, deceased, to present
the s nnu to the undersigned, executor,
within six months from date ol ibis
notice or they will bo forever birictl
The bills presented lo mo as nucnt of
said Nanuy Wirt, during her life time,
are not sufficient.
W. O. SMITH,
Executor Will of Nanny it t, dee'd.
Honolulu, May 115. 1S80 255 31
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
. A. T?XOELI,KNT Stables con
tit in in' in Stalls'. Cottaire
l&S&aS and 7 acre' Pasture Land, on
South street, nenr King, foimctly occu.
pied by Mr. White, piopiietor of the
Riilama 0u. To let on very modeiate
terms. Apply lo
J. K. DROWN & CO.,
L'.V tf 2S Mci chant street.
FOR SALE CIIEAF
and Whip, lor mlo.
llniM tr.iind. l'Pntle
and kind Price 100
Mso, 1 flolstein Cow, A yea's old. Price
8 If., Apply "H," l?ni,T,ui in Otllco.
QIII'KKSIK COUHT OF THU
0 Hawaiian Ii-landi-. In thu matur
01 G. I; Freeth, a IlinUrupt. Older on
petition of Bankrupt for iliscliiiigi' from
Uponieadlngnr.il Mine tho petition
of G. I). Frcetli. ot Honolulu, on the
Island of OjIiu, alleging tl'til more than
si:; months lino elnp-ed t-incii he was
adjudicated a Bankrupt and pra)lng for
a uhilinrpc from all hl debts.
It Is ordeio.l thai THURSDAY, lho
(1th day of Juno, IBS!), at 10 a m., ot tbut
d'iy nt the Coin l Room, in AHinlunl
Hu'e, bo and is heieby apnoiiiud the
Hum and plnca lor hearing il'siid jieii.
lion when and where all creditors who
have proved their claims nguiii-t paid
Baukiupiniiiy appear and show cause
it any they hnvn hy thu praicrof bald
H.inlinipt hh"ild not lm jir-inlul
And ills further ordered that notice
be, srivcii bv niUeitlMMient in lho Uaii v
le i i i.'i in lnr Iwo Wicks Hi Hi'linlulil,
of the time imd place of sin It hearing,
and that the Cleik of tlioSupi-' mu Court
mail notices of the tltno mid phi o of
such hearing to all uitdilors wliohau
proved their debu
Justice Suprsiii') i ouit.
Altrst; J. H Rmst. Dt-puiy i loth.
Dated llonolnlii. May 21, 1880.
;'m l it
rp HE BEST PAPER to suhrcrlbo
1 loria thu "Daily Bullotiu." CO
cunts per month.
Auction Sales by James t Morgan,
On Thursday, May 23,
VT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At the re-Id nco of Mr. J. W. Liming,
Lililm ttri-ct, mudvc r-cltool, I will sell
at Public Anctlin, on account of depir
His Entire HouseiYd Furniture,
Coniprhlug In part:
Parlor Furniture !
Si-Ik' In Hi conned Cli uulclieis,
Axmlii-iiTit Yi-lvui Hut's
On veil II. V. C nte- A 3ldu Tables
3 Volo-aiio Pictures,
(lly Ta vernier);
Genuine Water Co'ois & Steel
(IO.li vi (I Cine M'nlnnl Buck Parlor
Lace Curtains & Lambrequins,
Upholstered Patent Rockers,
Busy ami Riclmitig Chairs,
Hand Painted Banners and Scarfs !
Mirror Btackcts, Bric-a-Brac,
Etc., Eie., Etc., Etc.
Snl Id B. W. Mutbtetop Ilcdroom Set
C.irloil l air Muttrasscs,
Kcutliei I'll I iw, Mitiutto N'cts,
O.ipper Spring M Uli.i-i-es,
B. W. Ohsffonier,
O ik Huron!, Oak Ch.iiis,
Decuraieil Clumber Sets,
lil.ick Walnut lleilsleiids,
i White Sewing Machine I
In good oider;
Dinintr ltonni Table and Cluirs,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Itefiigi'intor, Meat Safe,
1 "Uiiilishiiii" fow,
1 ItabliU I'.igo and Rabbits,
1 Mew Gypsy Queen Range.
Agate Mini I injure. Alto a large
and varinl collection of
FJERKS nnl PJLiAlS'X'fcJ I
Garden Tool?, Garden Hoo,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
tSTPremiscs will he open f. r insrec
lion on Wxtmsiiay, .May Egad, fiuir. 0
a m. to 3 i M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2 5t Auclioneer.
On Saturday, Rrlay25th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3..
At my fnlii-roi m. Queen street, I will
sell at l'uiilic Auction, for iircount of
whom it may concern, tho following
Murlcccl C. I?. C.
1 tloz 30 in. Galv. Tubs,
, , ) I'.'O lbs Copper Wire, HS-orted
l caaKlsu la ,5l.3 w,rC( ,l!W01,0lj
12 bills Hoop lion,
100 bd!s No. 5 Fence Wire !
Dumaiji'd by salt wtler on voynge of
importation from Ola'-uow, j or bark
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Com.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
By oider of the E.tccutois of tho E
Hie oi Hit l. lie .tamiH u. iiitiib, i wn
sell ut Public Auction, at my Snksroun,
On Wednesday, May 29
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
.The following pioprly '
3 Voicano Pictures,
2 Patels, "Urldal Veil Kail " and
1 Pastel by Tavernler,
SHELLS, CORAL and CURIOS,
Large Cases of'
a e.npe Australian Birds,
U " .Malay Aicldpehigo Birds,
2 American lib da,
1 " China and Japan Birds,
2 Very Rare Hawaiian Birds I
The "Molio" or "Wingless Birds."
JAS. F. MORGAN,
231 fit Auctioneer.
Mrs. II. MACMILLAN
TT AS commenced DresBmnklnir, Cut-
XjL in mill Fining, at her ro-idenco
No l'.li Niniiiiu' Avenue, nixt to Kagle
Rouse, Brll Telephone ISO
218 i in
IIAYB this day Eold lo Messis.
v i iirht Uro. my solo light, title
and intert'Bt in thu piemhes luiowu us
the -Old lloso Premise--," 1! and 8
Kluir Hreet, wbero my buccissors will
accomplish everytiiint,' 1" 'he eirriago
ami blucbumlth trade to tho sutlndu linn
ot thy pitlillc. A. K. WEUt.
P. H Wiljilu Bios will ttill cirry on
ihelr Uu-liiets on H'ort strict, new. to
Liiiass Planing Mill
lonolulu, May 1, 1889.
Auction Sales by James P, Morgaii.
On Saturday, June 1,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the Old Ctistmj IToti'u Wharf, 1 will
sell at Public Auction.
Tho Hawaiian Schoouer "RAINBOWj
S3 2 .'00 tons buidcn, as she now
lies, wlili go il suit of
Sails, Anchors, Chains, Rigging, Boat, &c.
And nt the smc time
t Large Scow with Anchor & Chain.
IT" Tho vo"-ol N liffcood order and
otl'eM a desirable chance to pirtiea to
cnggo in thu Inler-.h-lntid trade.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
250 ot-od Auclioneer.
ON and after ihli date Mr. Frank 1J
Vuer'incli will collect ami settle
all account due to and bv nn1
A. lUrCHIK KOWAT, V. R.
Mono ulii, May at. tS-itl. 255 lw
TvT EITHER the 04 plain nor Ihe Agents
1 ii ibc litilis-h Uurk "Ro.wil Alice"
will tic responsible for debts contracted
bytlieciuw. Wii lw
jlTH. LOUIS ADLER bogs to inform
JLtJL thu public llitti be b is riceivcil
un elegant assoitnicnt of Ladiui and
Oral's .Hoots, Shoes at d slipper by the
last strainer. 2W Mil
7 11. BRADLEY now has the Bar
?t lid Shop nt McC'artliy'b billiaul
bull, Kort street, where he vill be
please I to see hit friends and acquainl
nnui's. Strict attention will be given to
business. 101 lw
$. THIURNI.-UIED Rooms to let,
Cliw?H - boiiihwest corner of
&BS5&a L'unchbowl and UciPtnnia
btn-ets, would be very convenient for n
m.ill family. 255 Gm
Desirable Cottage To Let
a a "OTTA-iiH, corner King and
2S-?Si J niiili sinn.t. I..SU tlinn
jffa!raa lO minutes walk from 1'ost
Olllee. Lofty looms all conveniences.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
2o5 tf 2-i Mcicluut street.
AFlRVrOLASS Co-morama, com
plete, with 10 larijc lenses. 'J bfe
rcoacopes and about 120 hirgu and 100
-mailer pictures All in lirst-olnss older.
The plenties include, some bcautilul
illiimiii ttL-tl tilioios 18 in In M in. and
12 in. by 12 in. Apply at litis oillcc.
BOATS FOR SALE.
r K X7li li'ivv." on li-ind one 22.
iSSl4 u loot litilelioat, wnh
y ,& h
iron ccntur.boitd, must, will,
X2KJS, oaii, eu: , cumuli le; nulla- ie
fo- 11-hinc. Also, one 75 lb Clinker
Pleasure ' kifl', cupper Listened, with
oars and rowlocks; will be sold cbe.ip
lor cash. Both new. Apply at
DOWT.R & SON'S,
250 lm Shop near the Fish Miuket.
Alt. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ollice ami iilutrmao alllnwiiiian
Hotel -inblep, lornur Hotel and R chnrd
nett. !-ciemillc ireatmitit in all di.
ea-c-. ol di mesne animals Oruers fur
pliintntinii and iiineh -lock primtptly
iitcndid t . Mutual Teliplione 3."4.
P. O I'.ux :i2R. mh IS SO
Rx "XSoynl Alec."
Short Link Chain,
Prom )4 to inch;
Xroai 33elHl:ea,cls !
Hlngle, Three- Quaiter & Doublet
A fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An assoitnicnt of
Galvanized Fence Wiref
Ko ), 5 ami 0;
Grooeries, Crockery Waro,
Hubbuck's White Lead, Zinc, Potty,
Ctibtor Oil In Drums,
I. X. L, Cal. Llrao,
-$3 SAFES I
I UUII V1U1 u i
DWELLING HOUSE- SAFES,
With Marbloton anil 13aek Grained, imitation of any wood.
gr ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. &J!
T. H. HOBRON,
CO Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of iliinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for hisses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, lint Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the Now Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured; Boy's Shiit Waists,
Vino Jjumb'n Wool Umlcrwcar, finnncl Coats anil Vests
All-wool Cyarshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
cims, JD FISHES,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort fc Hotel sts.
ss & SO
Correct Styles g$? Latest
223G t f
B. P. EILERS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
SST N. B.- On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Calie Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling: Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, Wo. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received n con-ijmmcnt of New
Zealnnd Jims asotted cases. For
ealo at low prii'e bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
'227 tf 28 Meicbant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
ntiimal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, hi idle,
'-- etc , thrown in lo make
Apply at this office. 251 if
COTTAGE, corner Kinau
fgV'iasa "a. and I'unsa'ou sircet.
V. 0. ATWATER,
Horn lulu Iron WorKs,
1 Uergcr'a, .Merchant street.
E. S. CUNHA.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A VALUABLE Lot al the
corner of Foil and
.-ohool Bticets, over Jt? "f u,)
acre with one Cottage. Apply In
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 8 large and
. kiimll minis with kit.
SSklsijia chtn mid htuhroom attachid.
on Ahikea Mrcet, ipposito Dr, Me.
Wnyins'B, A ply to Joint Cools, on pre.
iiiNes. or al this olllee. 219 t'
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NKW ciuumiir uar.
lingo just ilnished
d hamUoniely tt linmcd
in llrst class siylo must he immediately
sold to close un ass-iennitnt, can be teen
nt W H. Page's cmiaee manufacture ,
No. 128 Fori ttrcet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
Designs 2? All Pi ices.
I. B. WMITfl, Apent.
Befall Boots & Shoes.
i wmb m&fimci
loth, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will practice in the lower courts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect,
ing hi all its brandies, renting of houses
and any other business outi lifted to him.
Ollicc 01 King Street Upstairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Also sole agent for tho Magic Window
ftueenB, Combined Bevel Squares, Htan.
thud, Goodrich, etc., Sewing Machines,
Hio)'cle.s Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
Olllc , corner of Bethel and King sts ,
SPE CI al" NOTICE.
Ban Fkancisco, Cai,., 1
Kebtuary 19, 18t0. J
E herewith certily that Messrs,
Dodd & Miller are our duly au
thorized and only ageniB for tho Ha.
waiiati Islaudb for the sals ol our Lager
liter in hegs
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
11)0 tf John U. Wieland Uios.
Removal of Barher Shop.
MP. JARDIM hat removed his
t-liop I ami KitiL' street to McCar
iiii'h Billiard Bailois, Fort Mrect, where
he is ptepart'd to seivo with the best
cue and neatness the avocation of his
ait. Solicits the kind patronage of all.
mh 23 89.1y
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
hiH riuiovid opposite in tho pro.
mies occupied formerly hy Max Eckart
a9 u juwclry store, next door to HolI.
sclilaoger & Co., in lho Damon lllock,
lieihel streut. 240 lm
KOTICE oi' REMOVAL.
W. McGUIRE hiivjng moved bin
lihicu of business from the olllco
of tho Hawaiian Tianfer Co., to the
liurucss shop of 1 Philips, No. 92 King
Mieer, begs to notify his fi lends and the
public genyiully that he is lyady to con
tinue lho expiess and Urny 'business
under the name of .1 W. MiUuire, Bell
Teluphono No, HI, Mutual M, 250 tf