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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 26, IS89.
Pledged neither Sect nor Party,
JJiil established for the benefit of all.
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SArURDAY, MAY 25, 1880.
Tho newspapers in much larger
cities thnn Ilonolulu take notice of
dead animate mid refuse on the
streets, thus materially aiding the
public health offlciah in the dls
cknrgo of their duties.
Shade is a very desirable thing on
our streets by day. At night it in
terferes with the electric light. .Un
less the lamps arc arranged or the
trees trimmed, so as to leavo the
day's shade and let in tho night's
light, one or other of these boons
will ho so much curtailed. There is
a problem of this sort for solution
now at Beretania and Fort streets,
where trees on the Mossrnan lot
throw a dark shadow along the
former street for some distance.
A liability of danger from having
a largo amount of the people's pii
Tate money stored in the treasmy,
which was in view while writing the
closing paragraph of Friday's arti
cle on the Sayings Bank deposit, is
amplified in this morning's leader
in the Advertiser. That is, the
possibility of the country electing
an improvident, extravagant and
reckless Legislature. Our contem
porary's remarks on this score go to
prove the timeliness of our notes of
The editor and two printers of a
native paper in Japan have been
severely punished for a gross insult
to the Emperor. They published a
cartoon of the Declaration of the
Constitution, containing the repre
sentation of a skeleton sitting on
the throne. The editor, Miyatake,
was sentenced to three years' im
prisonment at hard labor, with aline
of $100, and to be under police
supervision one year after coming
out of jail. The two printers got
respectively twelve and ten months'
hard labor, $o0 and 830 lines, and
eight and six months' police super
vision. This looks rather severe,
but, when it is considered that the
affront to his Imperial Majesty was
given in connection with his cordial
granting of free constitutional gov
ernment to the people, popular sym
pathy must he materially miuinuEed.
Editoh Bulletin: Upon what
authority does any person assume
or receive the title of Minister of
"War? I have perused tiie Military
Act of 1888 with care and cannot
find any autherity whatever.
Editor Bulletin: The following
appears in this morning's "Adver
tiser:" "Notwithstanding the exception
ally dull times in Ilonolulu, new
buildings are being constructed in
various parts of the city. A two
stpry residence is being erected on
Richard stieet opposite the Palace,
and tho sound of the carpenter's
hammer is being heard in other se
And the building mentioned is be
ing put up by Chinamen.
May 23. Carpenter.
Editor Bllleiin : It is amus
ing to note the change of heart that
has befallen the Gazette. On the
30th April it had a most abusive
editorial of thoso who believe the
present constitution and its authors
deprivo the Ha waiians of an inheiit
cd franchise. Three weeks later it
whips one of your correspondents,,
over one of its own, for an "undue
repetition of strong epithets." If
here be not evidence of radical con
version which should lead to tho
amende honorable, and the with
drawal of its own ufe of such terms
as "beast," "ignorant," '"vicious,"
"malicious," "verminous," "idiot
ic," "dishonest," "false," it
shows at least a change of base and
In 1853, i, or 5, not certain
which, the Speaker of our Lower
House in Parliament applied the
epithet "hupo" to some of tho mem
bers, and he was required and ob
liged to retract it and apologise.
If there bo anything untrue in
this bare statement, made without
any comment, not ignorantly or in
malice, it can bo corrected. The
constitutional rights of Hnwniians
date from Kauikeaouli's magnanim
ous and free gift. They liavo been
interfered with twico within 50
years, not in the vtay provided by
the constitution itself that is, by
amendments accepted and adopted
by tho peop'c but it was done, tho
first time by a strong cabinet and a
determined king, without tho con
sent of the people or parliament;
the next time by on assembly of
alien aud naturalized foreigners and
Then allowing thero hns boon no
interval or break in our constitution
al rights, they linvo existed half as
long aB those of tho citizens of tho
United Slates 1789, 1839, 1889.
And tho week that includes May
24th ami May 30th is a fitting one
to think of these things.
The Gazette asserts that "11a
waiians have inherited no franchise
by right of biith." If this ho true,
there must be some meaning in the
words that those of ordinary intelli
gence do not comprehend. In somo
countries, if a man dies intestate,
hib children inherit by right of
birth, in equal proportions, even if
some were born before the estate
was acquired servants, strangers
in tho family and guests inherit no
thing. In some the eldest takes the
larger portion. Paul was a patriot,
proud of his birthright, and tena
cious of his franchise. Ho fright
ened the centurion by saying ho was
a Roman. The chiot captain, who
had "bought his citizenship at a
great price," was naturalized as it
were, "was afraid" when Paul said,
"But I was free-born."
Tho Gazette denies the rights of
inheritance to a race wliofao sover
eignty has never yet been question
ed by foreign nations, nor by resi
dents at the islands till this late
day. It does not explain how birth
ordcsccnt of America or Europe
can confer the franchise of tho bal
lot, v,hile birth in Polynesia, Asiatic
parentage and African descent can
cels God's endowment of equal
A Yory evenly contested cricket
match was played at the Recreation
Grounds (kindly lent for the occa
sion), by the Slai board vs. Poit
Watch of 11. M. S. Espiegle, the
Starboard Watch winning by three
runs. Large and Mitchell bowled
well and the principal scorers were
Ramsey 1J3, Setherton 12, and Mit
chell 9, not out, for the Port 'Watch.
Treleavcn's bowling on the Star
board side proved very des
tructive, and the principal scorers
were Manson 11, Wiay 9, and
Biooker 8. The boys throughout
enjoyed themselves. Two running
matches came off after the match.
Ramsey and Wakelane ran half a
mile, the latter receiving u0 yauls
start. It was won by Ramsey easily.
Treleavcn and Illingworth ran tho
same distance, the latter being an
A representative of the Bulletin
called at the residence of lion. L.
McCully, Puliation, yesterday after
noon, to see a bust of that gentle
man executed by Mr. Alien Hutchin
son. The cast from the clay model
had not quite diied, so that it was a
little way off color. Otherwise the
woik was ready for inspection. It
attests perhaps better than any pre
vious local pronuction of Mr.
Hutchinson the genius of a hue
artist. On entering the spacious
lanai where the bust stood, the
first sight gained was of the back of
the head. This of itself was imme
diately recognisable as the cranium
of the esteemed First Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme Couit. The
set of the hair is reproduced with
unmistakable fidelit', while the con
tour of the head is perfectly repie
sented. A lront views reveal the
classic featuies of the Judge, re
lieved somewhat by special elfort of
the aitist from the judicial gravity
of the bench, this to give the man
himself rather than his official halt.
To this end the facial lines are n
little deepened, perhaps to the ex
tent of adding some years to the
age of the subject. It is probable,
however, that on the thorough dry
ing of the material, the uniform
color will largely if not altogether
obliterate this impression. The bust
appears at its best in a semi-prolile
view, wherein a splendid likeness is
apparent at a glance expression,
alignment, pose, manner of the hair,
ancl everything, being true to the
life. The artist's traditional hoiror
of modern civilian raiment causal
him to persuade Judge McCu'.ly to
be lepiesentcd in the Judicial robes
after being modelled in plain attire.
This change cannot but lie regarded
as an impro enient by all his Honor's
friendj. It is evident thai we liavo
in tiie midst of ua a sculptor who is
a true artist, whom the liberality of
our people of wealth may enable to
leave behind manv artistic treasuies.
AH AULD ACQUAINTANCE.
A lato Japan "Gazette" has the
following about the genial skipper
who brought two cargoes of Jap
anese immigrants hero in the steamer
Takasngo Mam :
Captain Fiank J. Drown, of the
Nippon Yiiscu Kaisha, who lias
taken a trip home, was, according
to tho "Toronto "CnnndaJ Empire,"
one of "three jolly Captains" enter
tained on March !)th, to a banquet at
Oakvillo. The gathering was a
very representative one. The Mayor
presided and Ihuo weio also pres
ent the "Wai den of the County and
representatives of the Town Council.
The chief fentuie of a pleasant even
ing was "the iclation by Captain
Drown of his various expeiieucoa in
his wandoiings over tho greater pait
of the world." Our contemporary
says that Captain Drown is one of
the three Oakvillu Captains of whom
tho townspeople are jubtly proud.
Old woman pi esents herself at tho
booking olllcc Mid asks for it tliiid
class ticket. "Where ior'f'' inquires
tho clerk. "That's my business,"
waa the reply,
Auction Sales by Janes F. Morgan,
Hy oulcr of the Executors of tho Es.
tnte of tho lato .lamis D. Mills, I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
On Wednesday, May 29
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
-The following rropcrt,',--
3 Volcano Pictures,
2 Pastels. "Bridal Veil Fall-." and
1 Pastel by Tavoinler,
SHELLS, CORAL and CURIOS
Largo Cases of
2 eaes Australian Wills,
2 " Malay Aicldpcltigo Birds,
2 " American llirds,
1 " China ami Japan Birds,
2 Very Rare Hawaiian Birds !
The "Mono" or ''Wingless Birds."
T lilt IIS CASH.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
210 fit Auctioneer.
On Saturday, June 1,
AT 1!I O'CLOCK XOOX,
Al the Old Cast' m I'ouso Wh-irf, I will
sell at Public Auction,
The Hawaiian Schooner "RAINBOW
23 2 .100 ton burden, as she now
lies, with goad suit of
Sails, Anchors, Chains, (tigging, Boat, &c.
And at the simo time
Large Scow with Anchor & Chain.
C2T" The vc-ol i in good order and
ollcts a desirable chance, to putics to
cngnge in the inUr-island trade.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
250 5r- ed Auctioneer.
LAND AT AUCTION
On Saturday, June 8, 1889
At the auction room of Jas. P. Morgan,
Honolulu, Oiihu, will be sold to ihc
That Gertain Tract or Parcel of Land,
Situated nt said Honolulu, Oahu, lying
at the north of the premises belonging
to John l. Holt, Esq., nnd at the we-"t
nf Mra. Mario Apaii's iircmises, about' 0
feet wide and about 00 fact in length;
nnd being llic Fame promises cijnve.jcd
to Keomoko b deed of Kawaalauki, re
corded in Liber 10, page 235, a very
good land for home-lead
EST Fur fuilhcr pa titulars ii quire of
WILLIAM C. ACUI,
Attorney for ill liens ot Keomoko.
NOTICE h hereby given, that the
undersigned has disiiainul the
goods nnd chattels of Chung Lung,
Numinu street, for arre.irs ol tent, and
that the. said goods and chattels will lie
sold at Public Auction, at tlu:Nile-io m
of .las. F Morgan, Ilonolulu, on SATUR
DAY, June lSih, at 10 o'clock a. sr , to
satisfy said areata of ion'.
list ov AiiTtoi.ns:
1 lollei, I cutter, 1 roller, fi tool", 1 long
cu'tor, pun'dic. and chisels, 1 vise, 1 pipe
holder 1 squat c 3 anvils, 1 i-ei mallets,
1 I ipe cutlei. fioc.iiois, 2h.mimeis, 1
wienoh, ! pair out ten,, !i tongs, 1 shmcl,
1 crow b.tr, li iluM pan-, 20 lbh p ins, -1
kciile, 4 divhes, 18 kettles, 11 milk pons,
7 milk p ins, 0 ii ilk chip, 4 toicbes.
EMPTY Tin Llntd Packing ''uses
151 Ot T1IEO. II. DA VIES & CO.
FOtt SALE CHEAP
T IIOIIvn:iNCOW.4yea'rnld. Pi ice
1 915. Apply "15." liui.rjiiN Olllcc.
BY a Yotinj; Puriut'iii'to wh'i Mill jjhe
coocl coiirll li r 111-, conduct
Bilimtinn In a Mmc will maku liiuiM-lf
useful in uny Kind ot hiuro or olllcc
woik. Apply to
UONSALVES & CO.,
I'M 1w Queen street.
?, "OETYVKEN Robello lane and
Vf&jyL- lJ Fort etrcct tchnol, a pair
"' of rqiecinclcs. Tho (Intler will
bo rewarded on leaving tho article at
HiIh olllcc. v&S St
Ohino.su Employment Oflico
rJ,IIE undeisigiied hogn lo nmifj the
i nuMic tlm' he but opened a Chi
ncsc KiuplovmeiH Olllcc, at Mi SIT.KIng
bliect, will tako contracts for carpenter
work, pitating, etc. jMcfeSjges delivered
to tho Chinese. JIutual TeleplionoSISS.
2571m LEE CHU.
A NY Quarter'' Rill to March
fi. UH), due by
iy llie liawallim car-
ihiye Miimifactuilng Co. will bo paid
E. G. SOIIUMAN,
257 lw Jlanager, H, 0. M. Co.
The Ocautifiil Scasldo Roort at Wnl-
klkl (formerly tho residence of Col.
G. W. Mnofnrlnnu), known as
Tho Premises consist of
A gWlain Building,
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All pirtially fumlbhul
One 33 wilding-,
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
2 Largo Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building; on beach,
Balh Houses. Wash Rooms, Etc.
Largo and Commodious
Stables with Carriage House.
Uppi r Fli or llttcd with Laige Airy
Rooms, (.tillable for strauts,
etc , tito Thciu ato
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Preinicson vWiicli
could bo creeled collages for visitoiB,
fhould llie pluca bj converted into a
hotol, for which it is admirably adapted
The Bathim; facilitic. equal tho bist
along tho Hue of beach.
COf-TheM! Premises will be leased for
a lain of years to respou-ible parlies
For furtliei p.irliciilaia apply to
W. G. IRWIN & CO.
EST A Springfisld Gas Maeh ne is
on ine PiciuUei .m l the pipes ud in'o
all 1 lie above liuildings. apr2."5. 0
Frank B. Ayerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
BSy-Oillco at J. E. 'Drown & Co , Mer
chuiii street. P () Hox No. 40!) Iicll
Telephone No. 17.2 Mutual Telephone
No ZG0 '.52 lm.8n.1t
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
JS7"Giiiihs for onlcis to be filled foi
thu iither I-l mils, will bo picked light
from the vines 241) lm
ON and alter HiN date Mr. Fiank R
uicr'mth will collect and fccttlc
all accounts due to and bv in"
a. iu renin no wat, v. s.
Honolulu, May 21, 18s!). 255 lw
' P IE pin no hhii henlofoic cxisline
I b.tweeu Sam Quiii. Chiiuc l.unc
hiuI Pinn 1 1 1 n, doing carpenter businehB
undei llie linn inline ot Tuck Lung
( hong, liu been dibolved, Sam CJuai
bill in u out his luieie-.t to the other iwo.
Tin reinali.ing ! ait icr.s of lhu faid firm
of Tuck l.uiii! Chong will coniiuuo said
litit-inea- i.nder this linn name of Tuck
Lung t'hotifr, and heioby give nniice
Iml they will noi bo respond lib for any
doliN (ontructid by Sum Quai in llie
TUCIC LfjNG CHONG.
Honolulu, Mil 21, 85O. 2 lw
I HAVE this day told to Messry.
Wright llroa. my solo light, tillo
ui.il inicieat in the ncmises known hs.
the "Old Hoso I'umlso," 70 and 8
biiiir Ktitet. where my bticctssors will
accomplish cvcrytnlng in the carriage
ami bliicliuinith trade to tho satisfaction
of tbo public. A. K. WEIR.
I S Wiight Rros will Ftill cirry on
then- busings on Kori street, next to
Lucas's I'luuing Mill
Honolulu, May 21 1880 255 lw
WAEAKISA HULL CO.
AT a mediug of this Company, held
on May ai, 18rt'i, al the o'lllco of
Tlieo. II. Daic? & Co., tho following
olllcers were ileeted for tho ensuing
Prei-idotit.... Mr. Theo. II. Pavloi,
Viee-l'i efcideut Alex. Young,
Tieasuicr F. M. Swanzy,
r-ecieliny E. W. IlnlcUrvnrtli,
Auditor T. R. Kowoitli,
E. W. HOLDriWORI'll,
Honolulu, May 31, 1HS9. JiDti 4t
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June 1 I, '89.
Rbcci to Commenco at 10 o'clock a. m.
ontclnt I'rciiirnnnne :
lit QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
i'lio lor all.
H mile dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
KUXNING RACE. 1 mile ilaMi
tinwaiiitn bted hortfi, owned by
mcmlieib of the Jockey Club Cup
to bet onto the propcrU if tho one
winning it twice inner lutt year
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TKOTTING and PACING. Mi'o
huitsj Iiom 2 in i to burner. 11a
waihin brid horses.
4th R0SITA CHALLENGE UUP, SI 00 added.
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dnpli.
Kiee for all, wlnnei to buatl:15
To be run for annually
5th HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES' PURSE
ol $100 and Cup added:
RUNNING RACE. i mile heats;
hoi 'J. In i. lluualian bren hoists
(.up lo iKcome the. p opeitj of tin
winner two coiifeci uiivu cira Win
ner l.ibt J car, Wuterloid Colt.
Glh FUTURITY STAKES.
RUNNING RACE. Swccpstiilce!
ol tf-o ?. iniiodiitU For Hawaiian
bred 2 unr olds. 19 entries llllcd
and clostd 18SS.
7th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE, 125.
TROTTING and PACING. Ficc
for all Mile bents: best 0 in C. All
hor.o" villi i coord of 2:.0 or biittei
10 bo haudic.ippid.
O.li GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP, $75 added
RUNNING RACK. mile dish.
Hawaiian bred horses.
9th WATERF0RD CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash
11 iwaiian bred hordes.
lOih WAIMANALO PLATE, $50 added.
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. .Milo lioatu: best U in SI. For
all horsc: that have never bcttcn Si
minute. Plate to become the pro.
perty of the one winning it twice.
Iltli KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $150.
RUNNING RACE. 1J mile dash
Free for all.
12lh POST MATCH, $20.
TROTTING nitl PACING. Mile
beats; beol 2 in 'J. For nil hor.-e
not liavi'iu a leeoid ot '2-JO or
better To be duven ny members
of the Hawaiian Jocko'j Club to
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP.
NOVELTY RACE. Running 1 mi'c
dn-Ji. 1st, 12u I and Slid qu uttr, $25
each; 4tli quaricr, $50 and Cup.
Hawaiian bied h 'ibi..
14lh PONY RACE, $75.
RUNNING 1 mile dash. For all
pnn n II hand and under Hn
BfefV All entiies lo dose nt 12 o'clock
noon, on Wulnisduy, June fi, lHS',at
the olllcc ol thu Secie'iiry, nnd nil en
nance ice? lo be 0 iiei teni unless oilier
wise spicified. All l.iees to be nin m
liotlcl nnd r the rules ol the Hawaiian
.lockoy Club Kuli a legaiding entiles
nnd suiting ni,; siii-i ended in nucs
ng'iin-l i urn1
6" All liorCH will bo expected to
btart if not drawn by 1 p. in. .June
10, 18 'J.
Admi-Hon ri0 cciils
To Gtand in n, c i.i...S0 cis .t $'
Carriages inside m cuius i s?'2 '0
ytuiii.i Mictch Had c $ 00
C. O. RLRGER,
apr-lP.c0 .N-cieii, H.,1 C.
FILTER PRESSES !
i aw vi, Un oh 9, 18-8
ICIhiIoii linn iV. I.iX'oinotlvc "Worlm,
Gr.N'ii.iJMr.t; Wo hive u-cd two nf
your 3 j-clidmbored rihor Presses this
huiison. Tiny in u coiivtiiiuut, enhily
handled aud mo woiking entirely to
our .S'ltisfaciinn. I can recommend no
improvi ment on ihein.
Veiy i en' Lcilully youi,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
jUatuigci I'aauliau l'lautniiou.
These Piciso. nru mrule extra luavy
for hk'li pi (".mi cs, occupies a Jlooi
ep'ice 11 leei b 4 feet, and picfcmsa
llltiiiiig mii I'k e of 240 square feet.
A limited number in si ck in Ilono
lulu ami aro miUI at vory low prices.
Elsdon Iron & Loco. Works,
CSFor pnilicu'itr ennuiro of
JOHN DYER, Ilonolulu,
Room .No. a bpreckLls' lilock,
2250 tf W.Q. Irwin & Co,. Agents.
A line a'boitinent of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
Largo and Small.
For Salo in Bond or Duty Paid.
M. S. Grinbaum & Co.,
i!5Ii queen Bli cot. J.lm
S SAFES ! "a-
Merclmnts', toilers', PtatMioisSMctoi & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Mnrblolop and Hack (indued, imitation of any wood.
gr ISLAND OKUERS
T. H. IIOBKGW,
00 Koit stiout, Ilonolulu, Agent fur Hawaiian Islands.
53r5-p"" gyg' .ytrVRlg C"2,R:,iS?,l
ini ffi t
at Line of
Untrtmmcd Hats for Fiiissos' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, " Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all the New Shades j
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gnures All-in or Silk Lares, Now Wash Moto
lials, in white, plain ami ligurctl; Roy's Shitt Wuibts,
Ri'iiio ffiitiuVN WosJ IJnriPi'tticnr, JPJnnnc! Uas uml Vests,
All-wool Ivji'bhiits, Etc., Etc., just lcceivcd by the "Umatilla" by
OHAS- . FISHER
The Lending Jfillinciy House, cor. Foil it Hotel Bts.
vFrl SQl S? i 3 6 L ra -.
SS J& ss
13 tji MJTslQ JPr Oi
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
&g N. B. On and after May
of our l)icM,mnking Roonib.
-OFFER AT 13EU
Cuiif'ornia Hay, Quia, Bran,
Oil Calio Meal, Xiir.seetl Meal,
Barluy, Kolioil Barley,
Middling- Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. .175.
Hgw Zealand Jams !
US r rec ivi d ,i c Mi iitnment of Now
'A iin'id ,1 in., .t Mi ti d cue. Foi
Ride at low i i( bv
.1 E. BROWN & CO.,
H27lf 28 Meiolnuit stieet.
FOit SALE OU1SAI
. YOUNG Badtllo
ft. t Jlaie, (-plindid
f'r&ZF aiiimul I"' a bnO.uiul
XTSiSpSlv Cult. Su'illu. "luidle,
frjSi' cic .thrown in to make
,i luiuuiii. Aijily at this olllcc. 51 tf
j).i,. TJiUliNlMIED Rooms lo let.
,j?' ''i- Jj hi'iillnvesit collier of
.Ll3bCa I'uuehbowl and Uciitunia
'In i is, win Id bu veiy convenient fur a
m ill family. 2SG Cm
rrilRIi: (Jlllccs over O. O.
I lioigut'd, Mutclmm street.
E. S. CU.VIIA.
li 13 AL JSSSTAT13 FOK HALE.
.AW A A VALUABLE Lot nt Urn
jfivraVJa IjL corner of Foil and
M!ii3 ohoo mictts, oi er jf of nu
amu with one Collage, Apph n
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
r-iw v A HOUSE Hh Blarjif anil
lAfSm IV. 2mii-iII um wlih Kli.
&s$Si&& olien .iml luihioom tUtaeJicd,
nn biliea strict, ppo.ito Dl, 5l.
Waynu'u. atej'b t -lohu Cook, ouioii'.
inli-i-B. oi iffMiit. ollli o. 2l0 tf
Carriage For Halo Cheap.
1 NEW Outuudn- Oiu.
JL li.if-'o jiiht ilniidied
and hand niuily tiimmcd
in Hi -.t ola- t-iy'c muit bo iiiinaili iieiy
S'lhl imcTh euii i igiiniuil, can huKcu
at II I'ltiiiV ci'iiui,o minufaitui,
ho. Hi Kim tt.ei.
HAWAIIAN RUSINESB AGENCY,
& LOOK CO.
lilinerf goods !
Dc&igiiH jg7 All Prices.
O. 13. WBIMLTT, A front.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
,: ). a
D.sj iai L
Cor. Edinburgh & Q,ueen Sts.
GOOD Famil Hoard for a limited
number of gentlemen not exxced
nig 0 iieitoiifc. For particulnrs apply to
AV. F. REYNOLDS,
2C4 tf At T. (J. l Ilium's store.
NEITHER the Captain nor the Agents
oi the liriiish bark "Royal Alice"
will be lesponsiblo for debts contracted
by the ciow. 252 lw
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
lhu public thai he hnsirceivcd
an elegant assortment of Ladies and
Ucnl'u Hoots, Shoes ai.d Slippers by the
l.tot .stciiuiur. 248 Ira
Will practice in tho lower courts of tho
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect,
ing in all its blanches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Ofllce 01 King Street Upstairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Alto solo agent for tho Magic Window
Scicuis, Combined Revel Squares, Stan,
iliiid, Ooodiich, eto , Sewing Machines,
Uio,ole, Ti icicles, Vclooipedes, etc.
Oilloe, corner of Rcthel and King sts.,
Sak FitANCigco, Cat..,
Kebiuary 10, 18t0. J
WE herewith ccitily that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller are our duly an,
thoriul and only agents for tho Ha
waiian Islands for llie salo of our Lager
Rcor in Uvr'.
JOHN W1ELAND HREWING CO..
lOOtf John 11. Wieiand Rios,
NOTICE oi ItEMOVAL.
ALE. FJ.011R, Lock & Gunsmith,
bin mii'iud opposite in lhu pre.
ii iu'S otoiii led formerly by Max Eekart
as a itwc'ry ttorc. next door to Hull".
schlmiger & Co., in tho Damon iilock,
' Ueihel street. ziQ Jnj
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