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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBEK 8, 18S9.
FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1P89.
, Nov 8
Slmr W O Hull from Hawaii untl Maul
Htmr Poll! Innii Hawaii
Atu lik Column, Noye-i, for Hnugkoug
Huw lik Lady Lninpioti, Sodergtoii.for
tUrny O 11 Biahop for Wnhuiao, Wuhdiia
";'aml Ivoolau at u a in
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A m.ACK saddle horse is ofti'ied for
. . A
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scln llnlnbow for Kpoltm
Schr Lenhl for Kona, Hawaii
From Kona per pUnr Pole. Nov 711
For a circuit of Onliu per tmr 0 H
Bishop, Nov 8 0 X Spencer.
From San Francisco per lil;t S 0
Wilder, Xov 7 It 0 Nannlon, Win
Hnwseoinlm. U 1) McCandlos and wife,
MljdU O Wulkyis, Win Kellv and C
From Maui and Hawaii pertmr W G
Hall. Nov 8-Fiom Volcano: M P Do
lieity and wife, MM A Moore, Mis
liooth, and Pilot Freeman. Fiom wnv
poito. Col Ham Norrl. Mis.f Costa. W
White and son, L M Baldwin, W II
Burner, II Bl.tnduy, Mi Paine, Mrs
Koknrdt anil child, M. Rose and w Ife, .1
Moise, wife and child. Ed Smith, Mrs
Kahalewal and i0 deck.
His Majesty the King lunched Willi
dipt. Cliukoon loan! H. It. M. S.
Taki: u peep at Uio MorclmnttdrerH
window of M. (loldboig's store, it lias
been newly dicshed.
'I'm: regular meeting f the Ha
waiian Camera Club will be held this
evening, at the rooms.
Tiik only IntMliifMH in Hie Police
Coin I tivdny was a lemanilcd case of
lecciving stolen goods.
JoltN K. Naone. us was expected,
declines to nin as a candidate for
Second As-sistant Engineer.
It is piobablc that tluce of tins
four American war vessels in noil
will shortly take their depaiturc.
Ttir.ur. weio fifteen shncksof eiiilh
quakc on Monday at the Volcano,
which vixitois b llic . (!. Hall ic
poit very active!
Tun Ciystal Soda Winks has a new
and, special athcrtisement in this
issue, with legnid to Hie aerated
watcis it inauufnctuieH.
No business of public interoM was
liansaclcd at the meeting of tho
Hoard of Rcpichcutntivca of the Fiie
Depuitinenl last evening.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
H 11 M S F.splegle, A C Clarke, from
USS Mohican, Coliliin, from Callao
V S S Alert, Hear Ailin Klinbeily, fiom
V S S NIp-.lc. T.t Lyon, from Samoa
I'RH Iroipiols. Bishop, from San Fran-
Hwd bk Ida, Olenn, from Port Town
Am bk Forest Queen, Winding, front
Ambigt WO. Irwin, MuCallocb, from
Am bktS CJ Wilder, Orillitbs, ftotn San
Haw bk W 1$ Godfrey, Dabel, fiom San
The steamer W O Hall brought 2MI
trigs sugar, 7.1 bags awa, 7!t bans coffee.
1 horse, 17 pigs, 27 head cattle and 12
' The brlnantinn W G Irwin has finish
ed unloading her cargo.
The bark Ida has been moved to the
. The steamer Pele arrived this morn
ing from Kona with 'M head cattle, "
bags coffee, and il mules.
The bark Forest Queen will sail for
Sail Francisco about tho middle of next
week. She will lake in sugar from the
steamers Likelikc and W G Hall to
morrow. The bark Lady Lampson sailed this
morning in ballast for San Francisco.
The bark Coloma weighed anchor at
noon to-day on her way to Hongkong.
The bark WB Godfrey is docked at the
Fort street wharf. She brought 100,
000 bricks from Fan Francisco for
Messrs O Hrcwor & Co, and -100,000 feet
lumber from Poit Townsend for Messrs
I.ewers & Cooke,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY .1. V. MOltOAX.
At 12 o'clock noon, at Brewer's
wharf, the center board sloop yacht
At 7 o'clock p. m., a special sale
of an assortment ot new goods. Re
served seats for ladies.
Tiik election for cncinoeis of the
Honolulu Fiio Department will bo
held on Monday, December 2d. The
polls will open at (! a. m. and close at
0 p. in.
Tiik line assort men! of new goods
to be sold without res-eive by Mr.
Morgan Saturday evening, will he on
view at his .salesrooms all day In-nioriow.
TllK baseball match in the Junior
League amies to-nmuow afternoon at
Makiki will bo between the Valley
Hoys and Puliation. It commences
at 1 :S0 p. in.
BOARD OFJHEALTH NOTES.
The l'l'CNlilcnPri Vixll to llu l.eper
Melt lenient Other .Mutter.
Dr. N. It. Emcr.son, President, of
Hie Hoard of Health, visited the
leper settlement on Molokai last
week. Ho landed at Kaitnakakai
and calling on .Mr. It. W. Meyer
they went to the settlement by way
of the pali. Arriving there. Dr.
Etnor&on went lonnd the settlement
at Kalawao and Kalaupnpa in com
pany with Dr. Swift, the resident
physician, and found the general
health of the lepers very good. They
have nn abundance of water and
hardly any complaints were henid.
Dr. Swift 13 very popular, at the set
tlement and in his treatment of lep
rosy he is meeting with much suc
cess, reducing the symptoms. The
Hoys' Home in charge of Sister Ma
rianne has a total of 101 inmates.
A cottage is being erected right op
posite the home for two sisters to
reside in, and for llic convenience
of Sister Marianne when she visits
the home. The Hishop Home has
8!) lemnles, the youngest years
old, the eldest SO. A recreation
hall is to lie erected for use more
particularly during bad weather.
The Hoard have in mind the erco-
I lion of a place where friends ol the
icpcr.s can visit tiicni ami iau; ma
not come in contact with each other.
Arrangements have been made
with the Hawaiian Pacific Cable Co.
for a telephone line from Kamalo to
the settlement. This will connect
by cable, with Honolulu and Maui.
Mr. T. K. Kvans of Lahaina had
been at the settlement a few days
before the President. Mr. Evans
will shortlj- assume the duties of re
sident superintendent at the settle
ment with residence at Kalaupnpa.
There is a new home there already
The. P.oard is going to place a
large tank at the receiving station,
Kalihi, capable ot holding live thou
sand gallons of water. The water
will be run into the tank by means
of a windmill.
ESTATE OF HENRY J. HART.
Mr. J. II. Heist, master's, report
on the account of Mr. A. .1. Catt
wright, executor of the estate of
the lale Ilcnry J. Hail, which was
passed by the Supreme Court on the
29th nil., contained the following
The 8:1,000 from insurance policy
in Pacific Co. being payable to the
testator wont directly into the es
tate. The $.,000 from the Ameri
can Legion of Honor was paid one
third as widow's dower to Mrs.
Hart, the rest to three minor cull
drcn, Lionel II., Louisa and 'Zillali,
in equal portions. A fourth minor
child, Henry, having been born
after the issuance of tho policy,
did not participate in the benefits.
The 84,000 policy in the Knights of
Pythias fund had shrunk to &2.j1
from lapse of the testator's mem
bership, and the latter amount was
paid to Mrs. Hart.
Legacies were paid by the estate,
of SoUO each to Edmund II. and
Kdwin, the two eldest sons. The
sum of SU12.8.") went to expenses of
educating four of the children.
Total leccipts of Hie estate were
811,078.1)7, and disbursements S8,
0l7..r!l, le ivinga balance of SI, 0151.
:1S. This was distributed SC77. 12
to the widow, in addition to 890
previously drawn, and S4I-I.2H to
the minor children.
Mr. Heist had some quite compli
cated accounts to trace up, and the
document he produced is a masterly
one. The figures given above arc
published to remove a wrong im
pression abroad regarding the 812,
000 nominal insurance on the late
Mr. Hart's life. It will be seen
that while the S-iOOO policy dwin
dled down to less tlian a fifteenth
of its face, the 83,000 went into the
estate to meet its proportion of lia
bilities, so that the only insurance
going fully and d'uectly to the
widow and children was ihat of the
A. L. of II.
IM1K undersigned Deputy Assessor &
A Collector of Tiim-s for llic Dlstiict
of Lnlmlua, Island of Maul, hereby
gives notice to the tax payers of the
said district that lie will meet them at
the. time ami places below sped lied for
tho purpose, of receiving their tacs
A. I). lbSOt
FJtlDAY, Nov. blh,
Nov. 0th, 1SS1), at Ka.
Till, 18S0, at Uono.
183.1, at Kttnnu.
lath, lSSfl, ut
And all other days during the month of
November and of December, to the 15th
day, at his olllce in the Court House at
Deputy Assessor & Collector of Taxes,
District of Lnlmiua, Mnul..
Jjtlinlnii, Mnul, Oct. 22, ISS'J. U85 !tw
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889,
TIIK uudersigued Deputy Aeor
and t'ollectorof TaNes iorthu Dis
trict of Walluku, Island of Maul, II. I.,
hereby gives notice that he will be at
the following places on the dates given,
for the purpose of collecting taxes:
, llth, 18811. at Wai-
TIT.SDAY, Xov. 1:
MONDAY. Nov. 18th, ltW.), at Walkupii
Tl'KSDAY, Nov. 2.1th. lSWl.al liahulnl
On all other days during the niouili
of November and December (.-und.tys
lixeepted) from 1) a. in. to -I p. m. daily
and on .Saturdays from !) a. m. to 12
noon at his otllcb at Wailuku.
All amounts over 610 must be pa'd in
T.S. gold coin, or in Hawaiian 820 Ccr
llllcates of Deposit.
Taxes icmaluing unpaid after Decem
ber 15th will be subject to an additional
cbaigeof 10 percent.
.Jno. II. STKLLINO,
Deputy Assessor & Collector of Taxes
Disliict of Wailuku, Island ot
Wailuku, Maui, 11. 1., Xov. 1, 1SS0.
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OK THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFrotn the Nt:v Yoiik Ttsti:?, June 22, 1339.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to paj without condi
tions on the back.
From the CtttcAoo Invkstioatou.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public thi most
advantageous contract in life insurance, Hie Efpiitablc. Life Assurance So
ciety of New York lias, in tiie. past, made many advances on olduiolhotU
and has been the means lo liberalize life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore) that this great company now comes before the. people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
Yesterday evening Mr. David
Hoapili and Miss Maria Paikuli.
daughter of the Hev. .1. N. Paikuli
of Waikane, Koolaupoko, wero
united in marriage in the chapel at
the Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. II. II. Parker, pastor of
Kawaiahao Church. The chapel
was beautifully decorated for the
occasion. A number of very hand
some presents were received by the
newly married couple. A reception
was held after the ceremony, and
refreshments were served. The
grounds in front of the building
were illuminated in a very tasty
manner. Among those prc&ent
wcro II. K. II. Princess Ltliuokalani,
the trustees of the seminary and a
large number of the friends of the
Thero will bo an entertainment by
Hie Blue Ribbon League to-morrow
evening In the Y. M. C. A. hall,
commencing at 7:80 o'clock. Every
body is cordially invited. Follow
ing is the programme :
r violin u. r... iiurncK
.My i on .10 ne.s
P, ii. ItodgeiP
Mr. Levi Lyman
,.,1tev. S. K. lHchop
Am. kinds of apions will be on
sale at the Cleaners' hocial to-mor
row evening. There will bo a flower
table and ice cieain and cake will be
served to order.
- - -
Tiieiik was a large audience at llic
Eninia Sipiaie conceit last evening,
and two of the numbers weic le
dcinnnded. This evening the band
plays at Thomas Sotiarc.
Nr.XT Thursday, at noon, Mr. I. .T.
Levey will sell flic wooden building
known as the Royal Hotel, and the
wooden upper story of the Hull's
Head, alpo one gab machine.
His Honor Chief Justice Juiltl and
Mr. Justice Hickerton paid visits to
tho five war vessels in port.yedleul.iy
morning. They weie saluted by tho
U. S. S. flagship Mohican with seven
The November number of the
Paiadise of tho Pacific vhicli will bo
ready for the Australia's mail, will
contain a very line picture of the
Government building and Kumeha
meba statue, the engraving of which
was done by Henry Umbo Marchant.
The ofliccis of E. O. Hall & Son,
Limited, for the ensuing year aic:
President and Manager . V. W. Hall
Secretary and Ticasurer.K. O. While
Auditor AV. F.Allen
. . . .Tom May and Y. Wundenbcrg
Tin: Valley Boys team lo play to
morrow is as follows: Catcher, V.
Thrum ; pitcher, W. Wilder; 1st base,
J. Soper;2d base, W. Uieknell ; !Jd
base, A. Wilder; sboit stop, J'. Irish
man ; right Held, H. Walker; center
field, O. Sorcuson ; left field, .1. llick-ncll.
THE SAUVLET CONCERT.
The grand concert announced for
the lSth by Prof. Sauvlct, at the
Opera House, promises to lie a very
brilliant affair. A fine programme
lias been arranged. Amongst other
things there will be a march for
eight hands for piano, Miss Castle,
Miss McGrcw, Master McGrcw and
Prof Sauvlct being the performers ;
a piano solo by Prof. Sauvlct with
the accompaniment of a second
piano and a quintette of siring in
struments. Mrs. Paty, Mrs. Ilrown,
Misses Dowsett, Patch, Parke,
Rhodes, Xoltc, and Mr. Paul Isen
bcrg will sing. The Royal Hawaiian
band will play an overture, and the
Ivalakaua March, composed and de
dicated to the King by Prof . Sattvlet.
The box plan for the sale of seats
will open on Monday next, at Mr.
L. J. Levey's ofllce. Reserved
Missionary Gleaners' Apron
AT Central Union Chinch, Nov. 8tli.
Sale commencing ut 7 o'.dock.
Aprons of nil styles will be ollered for
sale; also, a few fancy at tides. Re
freshments for sale. 'Admission free.
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889.
rpiIK undersigned Deputy
JL and Collector of Taxe
Krom the Kentucky Hi:nisTi:u, lllehmnnd, Ky., .tune 'JS, 1SSJ.J
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias, in the past, done more lo
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically swocps every ob
jection of the character referred lo out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by llic Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
fl'rom the Hoston Post.
This company lias done more than any other to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
ClKRTIHCATi: ol Slock, No.
jMutual Telephone Cnmpunv.
jjuei -. via
At llic UleaneiH' social this even
ing in the p.ulors of I hu Central
Union chinch, Miss Dora Downctt
and Miss Severance will have charge
of the flower table, Miss Jennie
Parke tho apron table, while Mrs.
Damon and Mrs. Howaul will serve
ico cieam and cake to order.
U. S. PENSION ROLL.
The annual report for the fiscal
year 1988-80 of the United States
(Jomnijasionor of Pensions shows
thpre were at tho close of tho year
189'J pensioners. Thero were
added to the rolls during tho year
the names of fi 1,5)21 new pensioners,
1,751 wcro restored to the rolls und
J(i,r07 dropped from tho rolls for
various causes. The amount paid
for pensions during the year was
88,27rj,lia and tho amount paid
as fees to attorneys 1,308,588.
Since 1801 thero have been filed
1,218,110 pension claims, of which
780,121 havo been allowed, tho
amount disbursed on account of
pensions since 1801 being 81,052,
218,4 HI. During tho past fiscal
year 1-15,208 certificates were issued,
51,021 being originals. At tho close
of tho year there wero pending and
II 1 .r-n ffi il.i.mu rtf '1 1 1
claims of all
Tin: Y. M. C. A. Boys had the first
meeting of thuir now year yestoiday
afternoon. Mrs. B. Y. Dillingham
was elected Piesidcnt; Mr. S. J).
Puller, Vice-President; Willie Whit
ney, Secretary ; Cliarlio Hyde, Treas
urer. Hon. J. B. Atherlon gavo the
talk of the afternoon, ciiL'iicing the
eager altunliou of the IihIh with a
desciiplion of "Paris and tho Exhi
bition." Theio was n good attend
ance. events" this" evening.
Drill Co. I) Honolulu Kitles, at
Moonlight band conceit at Thomas
Square at 7 ;30.
Service St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Hawaiian Council No. 08!) A, L.
of II., at 7:30.
McetingMcclianics Union, at 7 :30.
Gleaner's Social in vestry of Cen
tral Union Church, at 7:30.
Kegular meeting Hawaiian Ca
mera Cluh.at 7:30.
THE 0AHU RAILROAD.
For the past week or so the Oahu
railroad has been at a standstill so
far as the actual laying of tics and
rails arc concerned. During that
period attention lias been given to
the ballasting of the trade already
laid, about eight and a half miles in
length, and to bridging across
marshy places for additional track.
These operations have occupied
large forces of men, and have been
pushed with vigor. The bridging is
completed quite a distance in l
vancc of the track. The laying of
ties and rails was resumed yesterday
afternoon, and is now pioceeding
rapidly. There is every probability
that the Ewa courthouse will bo
reached, or nearly so, by the 10th
An excursion train ran down to
the present terminus yesterday nftei
noon, taking a party of ladies and
gentlemen, all of whom were de
lighted with the trip.
persons nrc hereby cautioned against
negotiating for the same, tinder will
pleae deliver to O. O. Merger's ollico,
Merchant Btrcct. i)!H lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the icgular annual meeting of the
rtoekholdera ot K. (). Hall & Son,
(IAI), held this day,
ccis were elected lor
K. O. White.
the following dill
llic ensuing year:
W. F. Allen Auditor.
Tom ray & F. Wundenbcrg
Secrolarv E. O. Hall & San. (L'd).
Honolulu, Nov. 7, lSSI). :I9!I 3t
District of Mnkauan, Island of Maui,
heieby pives notice to the tax payers of
the said district, that he will meet them
at the time and places below specitlcd
for the purpose of receiving their taxes
for A. D. ISS'J:
SATUKDAY. Xov. f.Oth. 1SS!, at Iluelo
MONDAY. Dec. id, 18SU, at Panwela
TPKSDAY. Dec. Ilrd, ISM), at Pnla
W KDNKSDAY, Dee. Itli, 1S80, at .las.
TlintSDAY, Dee. nth, 1S-1I. at 1). Kl-
FRIDAY. Dee. lith. IS'.I, at .T. K. K:i
And on all other days timing the
month ot November and of December to
the liitli nl his olllce at the Oiove
Kanch. Makawao, Maui.
All amounts over 610 must be paid in
U. S. gold coin or 20 Hawaiian Certi
ficates of Deposits.
Taxes remaining unpaid after Dec.
15th will he charged 10 per cent, addi
tional. W.M. V. FJJXXKLL.
Deputy Assessor & Collector of 'faxes
Makawao. Xov. 1st, 1SS!). :19C 2v
Hn-vvniiaii Sugar Company,
A GOOD SIZED
i. Draft Horse for
a hftggngo wagon, Is.
bind Mock preferred.
Apply at this ofllce.
Appointment ol" Administrator.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
iiKroin: Jt'ni), c.J.
The Eoyal Hawaiian Hand will
give a public concert this evening
ut Thomas Square, commencing at
7;!10 o'clock, Following is the
0 ei lure Fra Dlavolo Auber
I nlroduiitlon loliiiitlie Sullivan
WalU-.Iolly War Sti uuss
Fclcctlon Marltana Walhien
Poll Piiinehaiia, ICnu Lei Oiiauun, l.lhl
Kal o Obeli (new).
Fantasia A Night Alarm (now) ....
I'atrol A Comical Tattoo (now)
Wallz Xaples Walritcufcl
Quadrille Mascolte Aiidran
1'iuiUY, Nov. 8lh.
In re estate 11. F. Holies, Sen.,
deceased. Motion ot C. Hustace,
ono of executors of will, for dis
charge, under a trust in said will in
behalf of 1$. K. Holies, Jr. Order
ed that the trust having been termi
nated by the death of B. E. Holies,
.Jr., the executors bo discharged,
V. O. Smith for executors; C. Hus
tace, ono of executors, in person.
hi re guardianship Ilclon L. and
Mary E. Hillcbrand. Petition of
S. E. Bishop, guardian, for allow
ance of accounts anil discharge.
Ordered that the accounts bo ap
proved, tho master's report thereon
confirmed, but that discharge of the
guardian bo deferred pending the
drawing of nn agrcemeut between
those interested in a trust created
by tho will of Arteinps Bishop, de
ceased. "W. O, Smith for petitioner ;
petitioner in person; Mary E. 1 1 lllo
lirand in person.
In re guardianship Maurice Ci.
Beekuith. Final account and peti
tion of f!. E, Bcckwith, guardian,
for discharge. Ordered that account
bo allowed and guardian dis
charged. J. A. Magoon for pcti-lloiur.
OTIOK is hereby given Hint the
umlcrsicncd has. lliis day hceu
appointed by the Supreme Court, tern,
porary adminlstintor of the estate of K.
(.Soto, of Hoaokaa, deceaecd. All per.
sons holding property belonging to tho
said estate are requested to promptly
account for same.
F. M. SWANZY.
Honolulu, Xov. , 188!l. !l!).i lw
TUIE undersiKued. nsBlirnee. in
X runtcy of the estate of Meniea
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oahu, heieby
givcH notice to all the creditors who
have proved their claims auainst tho
said bankrupt ettatc, Mlmt he' has sub.
milled to the Hon. Justice Ficstou his
final account with said estate, and has
filed the account iu the ollice of thu
Cleric of tho Supreme Court, prepaid,
tory to thu payment to creditoib of a
first and final dividend. And that on
TIIUKSDAY, November 10, 1881). at 10
o'clock a. h., he will apply to paid Jus.
tice for a settlement ol his accounts as
such assignee, and for a discharge from
bis liability under said trust.
JOHN II. PATY,
Assignee of the Bankrupt Ebtatu of
Honolulu, Nov l, 18S. :i!i:i :imnw
Horse & Carriage For Sale.
OTICH is hereby civen lhat at u
meeting of the stockholders of thu
above named Company held in Hoso
lulu, Hawaiian Islands, on Novembci
2nd, ta80, it was voted to accept thu
Chatter of Incorporation granted by tliti
Hawaiian Government. K'otico ifl fur
ther given that the limit of huid charter
is filty ycais and the liability of tho
stockholders limited to the amount due
and unpaid on the shares. The follow,
ing olllcers were elected for the ensuing
II. P. llihlwln President.
G. W. Mucfarlime.. .Vice-President.
.1. A. Hopper Sccrctmy.
E. M. Walsh Trciisirei.
1. C. Jones Audttoi.
And the following were elected
I. From tlicPiciKicUNiit'iswutTKn, San Francisco, July 1, 188U. J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance iU
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subjent
of life assurance.
BaS"- For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT, -
M0 lm General Agout for the llawaliau Island.
' ' I 'I' II I I I ! ! III ITT" "i,ll-l!'.!Ji.J.l.JVl..:i?"aft
Notice ! -:- NOTICE -:- Notice I
11Y THE"S. S. Al'STKALIA" WHICH AKKIVED IN HONOLULU,
OCTOBER 18th, THE
II. I. Baldwin,
G. W. Mdcfurhuic,
J. A. Hopper,
K. .11. Wlllill,
C. It. Bishop,
C. N. Wilcov,
W. L. HOPPER,
Secretary pro tem.
Honolulu, Nov. -I, I860. a05 lm.112 It
ELECT OX of OFFICERS.
the annual mcctins: of the Wab
kupu Sueur Co. held thin day. the
following stockholders were elected lo
ecivc as olllcers for the ensuing yenr:
W. II. Cornwall President.
II. It. Mucfttrlaiio...Viec.Piesident.
W. (1. Irwin Treasurer.
W. M. nifbird Secretary.
F. W. Macfarlanu Auditor.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 183H, iiflr, lw
RECEIVEH A LARGE and VARIED STOOK OF
DRY & FANCY GOODS,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods,
LADIES', MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, -:- SHOES -:- and -:- SLIPPERS.
WHICH TUE'IIBLIO IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Corner Hotol & Fort Hlreeta.
LARGEST : ASSORTMENT
broken to saddle and
harnce.s. IJoiible Carriage In good
older. Low price. Apply at this olllce.
The coinage of gold dollars at the
Philadelphia Mint is limited to S.r,
000 a year, and they are put in the
possession of thu Treasury to make
exact change in paying depositors of
1?UKNIBHED Rooms to let.
. apnlhweat corner ot
Punchbowl tiud Hcretaiila
bt recta, would bo very convenient lorn
email family. 2H5 Cm
Or. M. E. GKOSSMAN,"
Will lolurn on the AiMrullu dun Nov.
ember 1Mb and lesume practice l his
formal olllce, IK Hotel utret'. JtSJJjd
A." G. SILVA,
(17 Hotel St., oppojite Dethel St.
Cabinet Work Neatly Done.
Furniture Itopatrcd & Polished.
Mai tin? Sc CurpefH Lull.
I Work well and promjdly done ut
reasonable prlcP4. Bt5 lm
the annual meeting of tint llu
inimh. Sheep Station Co held this
day, the following olllcers weie elected
for the ciiRiilugyear;
August Hancberg President.
Armin Haneberg. ..Vico Piesident.
.1. F. Hiickfcld &
Am. in Iluiicberg . .Auditor.
.1. F. HACICFELD,
Honolulu, Nov. 'I, 168". i!9il iit
K LECTION "oFoFFrCEUB.
Black .Spanish Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Chuutilly Lace Flouncing, fiom if 2 yard upward.
Eciu, Cream it White Oriental Flouncing, from .00c I h yanl upward,
Extra Heavy (now stylo) Oriental Flouncing, from .fi. 25 yard upward.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of all Miailes of Casluneie, Moiree, Safin A (Jroi
(iinin Kibbon. Velvet Bugs iu nil sizes jut ieceieil.
Best variety in Cambric, Swiss & Nainsook Embroideries at
33. U1. 3EHLX-.E2ItSS Ac CO.
Drcbsmaking Department under tho management of MIBH
A T lliu annual
neetliu: of lliu Plan.
Labor it Supply (.'ouinauy,
Oclobet U9, IBf'.l, the following numed
olllcers were elected for tho coming
A. Young President,
J. B. Atheituu Vice-President.
1'. C. Jones Treasurer.
W. (. Smith Sccrclury.
F. M. Bwiiny Auditor.
All of whom reside Iu Honolulu,
W. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Nov. 1, IKR'.l. M7 lit
17ATHER Damicn's Photos. J. J.
. Wlllliinia has for snlu by special
permission at his studio, Fort Hiiect,
photographs of thu late Kulher Dutnlou
taken shortly before Ida death. Also, a
acrlcs of ecieiititlc phninx uT interest to
the medical lacully. 380 If,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOIIT STIIKKT, 1IONOMJLU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
iite & Col's Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet SoaLf
Photographic Goods of All kinds.
EB U H A C H-
WARRANTED GENUINE A IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
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