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Placed to neither Sect tier Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
Dupiiviincut ol" luU'ilor.
SATURDAY, Hie Kith of Novem
ber, 1S8U, being the K'ihI Aiinivor
saiy of the l'.lith of His Majesty the
King, will he observed n n National
Holiday, nntl nil Public Ollices
throughout the Kingdom will ho
closed on that day.
L. A. THURSTON,
404 21 Minister of the Tnteiior.
THURSDAY, NOV. M, 188!).
Office or Tin: Roaud or Hr.Ai.ru,)
Honolulu, H. 1., Nov. 12, 1881.S
Healed tenders will he leeeived at
tins otliee until MONDAY, Dee. 2nd,
188!), until 12 o'clock noon, for the
deliveiy on the wharf at Iviilatipapa,
Molokai, in good older and condi
tion, an average of ninety (90) head
of Fat Reef Tattle per month, for
the use of the Hoard of Health, for
mx (() months, fiom the time of
u win ding the contract. The tender
should stale the average weight and
price per head.
The Bnaid of Health does not
hind itself to accept the lowest or
fli:o. C. POTTER,
404 :it Secretary.
Sealed tenders will he reeeivul at
the Interior Otliee until TUKSDAY,
November 1!), 18S!), at 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing Blue and While
IJallc.t Pst per for the (icneral Election
Samples of Paper and specifica
tions can he seen upon application
to the Interior Ofiice.
The Paper must he ready for de
liveiy on or hefoie Jannaiy 1, 1SD0.
The Minister of the Inteiior does
not hind himself to accept the lowest
or anv hid.
L. A. THUltSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Ofiice, Nov. 12, I Shi),
School House at Haou, liana, Maui.
Tenders will he received at the
office of the Board of Education until
12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, the
I'Olh of Novemher inM.., for the con
st! notion and completion of a School
House 20x110x12 feet, with 1 room
and veranda on one side, on the Gov
ernment school lot at Haou, liana,
Plan and specifications can he seen
at the otliee of the Boaid of Educa
tion. The Boaid of Education does not
hind it-elf to accept the lowe.-l 01
By older of the Board of Educa
tion. W. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Ofiice, Nov. 13, 188!).
Official Nut ice.
His. Majesty the King and the
Queen, will hold a lecoption at lolalii
Palace, on SATURDAY, November
lfith, fiom 11 o'clock a. m. to 12::!0
o'clock r. M. The oider of leception
will he as follows:
At 11 A. M. The Chancelloi of the
Kingdom, His Majesty's Ministers,
the President of the Lcgislatuio of
the Hawaiian Kingdom, and .fudges
of the Supreme Court.
11:15 A. si. Privy Colineillois and
Members of (lie Legislature of the
1 1 iI'.O a. M. The Diplomatic Rep
leKcntatives, aeei edited to theCouit
11:45 a. si. The Consular Corps.
12 si. Admiral Kimheily and
Staff, and tho Captains and Olliceis
of the whips of ivar in poit.
12:15 I-. si. Government Ollicials,
Ladies and gentlemen desiiing to
pay their rcspectH to Their Majesties
upon this occasion, will call at the
Palace between the bonis above
stated, and be presented dining tho
intervals between the official pie
(dilations. Office of His. Majesty's Chainhei
lain, Iolani Palace,' November
12,188!), 402 4t
THE MINISTERIAL ISSUE.
The teller of "Bystander," crili
C'Wiik an article in tint paper on
"The Ministry in the Elections,"
made some strong points; but. in
those where the writer took decided
exception to our argument, he was
not so clear as when he concurred.
"Bystander"' disputes the theory that
the election of a Legislature on a
platform non-committal toward the
Ministers would "pave the way for
a reconstruction of tho Cabinet, if
that lie found a desirable alterna
tive by tho majority of the Legisla
ture." His dissent is based on the
clear provision of tile Constitution
that "the Cabinet shall be appoint
ed and commissioned by the King."
Still, well-known facts show that
this provision is not an insuperable
obstacle to reconstruction of the
Cabinet. The Reform Cabinet has
been twice reconstructed during tho
past biennial period, and in neither
case can anyone say that the new in
cumbent was the personal appointee
of the King. The King in both
cases, it is understood, yielded, un
der other provisions of the Constitu
tion, to the advice of the majority of
his Cabinet remaining in otliee. In
the first case the Legislature pledg
ed in the elections to support the
Ministry was in session, and perhaps
that pledge was an embarrassment
to the judgment of membeis in
meeting the unexpected situation.
Still it cannot be said that the com
mittal of candidates in that election
to suppoit of the Ministry was un
wise. The opposition to the Minis
try then was undoubtedly in behalf
of reaction to the species of abso
lute rule which was overthrown by
the revolution. No executive record
had been made on which to judge
the Cabinet, so that it was lo stand
or fall entiiely on the principles of
the Reform Party.
Those principle-! were good, and
it is because we do not wish to see
them endangered now that we raise
an objection against their being
identified with the personnel of a
Cabinet that, in the opinion of many
people including honest supporters
of those principles, has either indi
vidually or collectively in various
ways disappointed expectations and
promises. There are two contin
gencies capable of removing the ob
jection to the Ministry being an is
sue in the elections, which ought to
have been gathered from the article
criticized by our correspondent.
First, the organization of a party in
opposition, including in its leading
men material fit for a Cabinet, which
should not only adopt the principles
of reform and progress that proved
triumphant in 1887, but be pro
nounced upon ital questions that
have arisen since, and that, this
should be Hie only Opposition Party
in the lists. Then, if there was a
party of unequivocal support to the
Cabinet as it stands, also with a
well-delined policy on all new issues,
we should be quite glad Ip see an
honorable contest over the Cabinet
positions, the best men in the elec
toral opinion winning. Secondly,
if the various factions of the opposi
tion to tho Ministry crystallize into
V'id m Vthiv filillrtroii, If van lir.Ve.
hny, will 'vojt Uvo tq son tho day,
wnon a rmtivo win up tried i,V n jury
of foreigners, horo in tils own cot))
try j most assuredly not as long ns
the Hawaiian Hag tlics at the main;
and that 1 hope and am satisfied will
be for many years to come. For
your own good 1 would advise you
to read, digest and practise more
than you have done for some lime
past, the tine Christian sentiments
and principles running through the
communication of tho Rev. C. M.
Hyde in the Bn.iiTix of Oct. 28,
and try to practise more of the prin
ciple of rendering unto Ciesar the
things that are Civsar's. By doing
so you will have a better chance of
living a more happy life, din easier
and have a cleaner ticket lo that
bourne from which no traveler re
turns. If the above advice is un
suitcd to your taste, you should
leave the church and sail under dif
feienl colors. The public are get
ting tired of those unchristian
waiblings too often found within
the columns ot the Advoithor.
THE regular uihiuhI Meeting ol the
Union Ki-tri Co. will hit Id Id at the
(Joinpiiny's njllcc, corner of Quel n and
Kduihuiglntieet ,pn FRIDAY, rho1.r,th
iinl., ut I2::il) o'clock iioiiii
S. F. C1RAJIAM,
Honolulu, Nov. 12, 18M. 40J 3t
rpiIK annual nteoting of tlio slock.
1 holders of Wilder' Hieninship Co.
(L'd), will lie held tit their nlrleo in this
dry, MONDAY, November 18, U89, at
0 o'clock A. M,
S. 11. ROSE,
Honolulu, Nov. 14, 1889. 401 Ot
a clearly icactionary party, aiming
at a restoration of the effete doc
trines suul practices of tho past,
then let the present Ministers have
the full advantage of their standing
by the piinciples ol refonji and pro
gress, however much they may have
failed in doing credit lo tho profes
sion. Between even the name of
good government nnd lhoi actuality
of its antipodes there can be only
one choice with lovers of their
Knrnm Bri.i.rriN: From tiie
"obnoxious" editorial thai appeared
in tho Advertiser of Nov. 1, headed
"The Acquittal and its Import," I
quote a part where- ho says, "The
obnoxious system of race juries has
no precedent anywhere, in the
world," etc. Right you arc, Mr.
Advertiser man, for what chance
woii'd you have in Fiance or Russia
to be Tried by a jury of jniirnwn
countrymen, as you have here? Or
what chance would a poor native
liavo in your country, to be died by
a jury of his countrymen? l'cihaps
that thick' veil of selfishness, vthich
appears to cover your eyes lo Mich
a depth at present, will enable you
to seo the point; such things' it
would seem arc possible with certain
people. Just allow mo to lay along
your path for your observation and
digestion, one small (ruth ; neither
A CRITIC CRITICISED.
KniToit Ri-i.unrx: "Some people
arc always satisfied" when their
friends are in question, "and so
would appear from a general" eulogy
"by one" double star () in the
Clazettc. So far as the people hero
are concerned such stuff as one sn
"has poured forth proves nothing,
hut to the uninformed it may be
different." "It is a sufficient refuta
tion to his first" answer "to look at
the composition of the Judiciary
department, the road, education,
health board, and post office, to sec
that" nsarly nil "the incumbents
are of the missionary slock" (note
that wc never used the words mis
sionary slock in the whole article,
they are 's. No sacred pig is need
ed to root up their genealogy.
Two stars admits that "there are
two small bridges between Ilalawa
and Ninlii that arc so far out of re
pair, as to be scared' safe." We
say, there are two ravines, a small
one, and the other amongst tlis
deepest and largest of the district,
so large, in fact, that there are two
bridges in its bottom. That is "the
pari, of the district that can whistle
for good roads."
We do not "dig" at school
tcaclieis nor mean to he "unkind"
to them as Defensor has it, because
they only come for good salaries
when called, but we do dig at the
school boaid that imports them by
cargoes. At the next election "
will know "what part of the com
munity we echo."
Wc cannot follow '-" in his side
tracks, "over the Waimea moun
tains, nobody is speaking about, but
we stop on the main road, and say,
that Echo lias "common sense"
enough not to object to a good road
to Mahukona, but merely asks:
1st. Why the Mahukona road.
where there is little or no tralllc, has
been finished before that one of
Niulii, leading to many villages, and
an important mill, a load that is
"almost impassable after a heavy
rain of half an hour or less?"
2ndly, When will theic be money
to make those two bridges and ra
Hi lly, Why is a first assistant only
paid S!)0, and a second assistant
without school experience in the
islands, as Defensor objects to the
word green, S."iO? Does the differ
ence lie in the skin?
When '" will have answered satis
factorily and squarely these three
questions, Eclio will not for the
present "undertake to send another
such growl to the press." Why
does "' answer in the Gazelle when
wc attack in the Bdu.utis?
Anybody can guess, and wc bet
Wvt! cents that the Advertiser will
not reproduce this article, more than
it published the first one.
QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS FOR
fllV A 3IF.CUANIC'.
The fact that a second Chamber
exists, and is deemed essential in
all countries claiming to have Con
stitutional Government is (o us
primn fitcie proof of its recognised
value. To argue in favor of a se
cond legislative chamber seems ab
surd, a waste of lime, and in coun
tries where the question is intelli
gently understood would be so
History warns us of tho danger of
placing power in the hands of one
body of rulers. Ilayti is at present
a notable instance of trying toiun
government without proper checks.
Tammany Hall and Boss Tweed
would have their counterpart in Ha
waii, stealing, at first secietly, then
openly and defiantly, "and what arc
you going to do about it." We
will say nothing of intelligence be
ing ignored ; the American and Eu
ropean scholar and mechanic swapp
ed by tho plantation laborers' vote
and Voice. Men who from infancy
are trained to think deeply and anx
iously in social problems buried, as
it weio, overlaid by a mass of iguo
ianco,that, however well meaning, is
dangerous as a power.
A second legislative chamber is a
check to haity legislation, to log
lolllug; it maintains a healthy su
pervision and ciiticism of its coad
jutor and lival, the other house.
Properly managed, it should contri
bute hugely towards keeping thu
monarch out of tiiclional politics,
and so promote honesty, intelligent
legislation, and general harmony.
T7v .i.iiMHr!arv ftl llkflriilllt' milt
our own, lot vtfl bvlofly eIiuhjo ot tho
constitutions of olhor oountrlea,
Commencing with tho30 under mon
archies and as the noarcst wo will
begin with Now Zealand.
Tiie Government of New Zealand
is composed of a governor appointed
for a term by the Imperial Govern
ment lo represent the Queen: a
legislative council of -l.'i members
appointed by the Crown for life, ami
a lower house called the Legislative
Assembly composed of SS members
elected every live years.
The qualification for electors is a
freehold unencumbered of S2"i0, or
a town rental of S0, or a country
rental of 825. The natives (Mao
ries)are allowed to elect four of their
race to represent them in the lower
It, will he seen at a glance thai
this is far from being as liberal as
our own constitution, and yet in
New Zealand Hie natives ate com
paratively wealthy, which may be in
gieat measure due to the fact that
the law forbids them lo part with
their lands, a piece of legislative
protection that, would soon be re
pealed if they themselves had a le
gislative majority, and no benevo
lent, check from a second chamber.
The Government of Tasmania con
sists of the usually appointed gov
ernor and a Legislative Council chos
en for six yeais by freeholders of
Slot) worth of unencumbered estate
and graduates ot a university,
clergymen or doctors which educa
tional recognition in voting is com
mon to all Australian systems. The
Assembly, corresponding to our
House of Representatives, is chosen
for live years by voters owning S.'!."
In New South Wales, of which
Sydney is the capital, a Legislative
Council of M members is appointed
lor life by the Crown. The Assem
bly is composed of 7." members
elected 1)3' manhood suffrage.
The Colony of Victoria, of which
Melbourne is tlio capital and which
owing to the gold mining clement
predominating in its development,
and that laigely Anieiican, is claim
ed to be tlio, most progressive of all
the British Colonies, and whose sys
tem of government is said to include
the most radical features, will be
seen lo come very near our own.
The Legislative Council of Victo
ria is composed of ."0 members elect-"
cd by six provinces for ten years,
ten members rcliiing alternately
each third of the term, as our own
Constitution provides lor our 21
members. The qualification of vo
ters is the possession of land of SL "0
annual value, or occupying a house
or lot rated at s."i00 :i year. The
lower house, termed the Legislative
Assembly, is composed of 78 mem
bers elected by manhood suffrage.
In the case of Queensland, the
youngest of the colonies having self
covcrnment, the Legislative Council
of 28 is nominated for life by the
Crown, and the Assemblymen are
elected by those having, or renting,
houses of an annual value of SfiO.
It will be seen that, by comparison,
our voting system appioaches more
nearly to the lepublican basis, and
although troui our dilferent condi
tions it may not at first sight appear,
yet, when looked at a little closer
and studied, it will be seen thai Hie
results which our present Constitu
tion spreads among the wage-earners
of the country aie not surpascd, if
equaled, by any of the favored re
publics. (7V he i-ontinued.)
k s a -C3 a ssiaa
Is issuing a new form ot insurance which provides, in the event ot death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition lo Hie amount, of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
velum all the premiums paid wlth'intorest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash tlip letf.il holder
may, WITHGI'TMKDICAL EXAMINATION and WlTllOtT Ft'RTHKR PAYMENT OF I'RKMIWMS, take in
lieu Iheicof the amount of policy and profits in FFLI.Y PAID IT iiisuiancc, pailicipating annually in ilhhlcmK
Remember, this contract is issued by the olded Life Insurance Company in (lie Foiled Staleu, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in tin Winhl, its a-.sels evcecdinf One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dnllnis.
t&y" For full particulars call on or address
IS. ,1-$. iosii;,
3G0 lm General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
I. I1. IRAflSJLCV, Manager.
ITI i L
Ginger Ale, Hon Ale,
i, Rasjta'i'iiiilG, Sarsapiilla,
ETC,, ETC., ETC, ETC.
sy- All ('omnuuihiutlonH and orlorn uhouM In nddrcfistMl to
JBENSON, SMITH & CO.,
HANDSOME Suite of
Kiiniilir. I liiicms con-
Mstinanf pn lor, li iiii.um uml
bt-ili room adjoining; alto siiu;lu rooms.
Apply "Nutiiiiiii Avenue," opposite Ainu,
riouti I.c.U ion, two doors lielnw Suhw)'
IlIRNiailEn. for a small
familv foreign with
nluin 1 io.ihI. A seimiiitc Col
lage with the usual conveiiicurca would
lie pielVrred, aail neat u line ol si reel
ears Statu inclusive terillH to "Aliini,"
Hci.r.hTiN Ollicu. !!H 2
D ESI lid
BLK Residence on
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Young Men's lll.ick French Diagonal Suits!
Hoys' Fine Light Weight ('as.-mneio Suits'
' Uenl's Fine Neckwear, Ho.siory, Underwear!
HRNT'S BLAOK, UROWN ami GREY
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
All the above Goods aie NUW GOODS and NKW DESIGNS, and
will be Hold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FBSHEL'S,
The Leading Millinery 1 fount', Corner Foil it Hotel sts.
KniTOK Ui'i.i.ivnx: Ab Engine
Company No. 1 is unable to decide
upon a ticket for the election of en
gineers I would like lo offer the fol
lowing for their consideration: Chief
Engineer, John McLain ; First As
sistant, Hang Sam; Second Assist
ant, Frank May.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan
Regular Cash Sale!
TO-aiOKKOW, Nov. IJith,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
At my h'tilorooiii, (neai street, I will
bill tit I'uliliu Auction,
DRY -:- GOODS !
200 sacks WHOLE BARLEY,
f.O ska llrau,
1 'J.fcitt Cm ring'',
1 OI'KN IHJtJ.V.
'Sininv Month " Extensive
grounds planted in fruit trec and orna.
mental shrubs. Rent very moderate
l'o.H-e'hion on December 1st Also,
Commodious Ofllee fvacalcil by Tahiti
Lemonade Depol), 2tf Merchant street.
Could he divided into two good olllces.
Heat low. Applv to
.I.E. IJROWN & CO.,
:t!l? lw 2rt Meicliam Ktieet
Valiinble Property For Sale
JOHN GItACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE ORE AT ULOOD
SARSAPRILLA and IEOH WATER,
uiianil Avenue, n
wly fuiii'mlied g.alnrv
IIoum' containing K i.om.
kitchen, bathroom, cloeif, ciirrloue
house, stable, lienery, etc. Uroumls
contain 2 2.10 umc-i, well laid nut in
lawn?, shade, nnd fruit trees lloweis,
etc. Will be sold low, Willi or without
furnitiuc, liorfCJ, carriugen, live, stock,
ami all the appointments ncnled in u
IbM.eliiHS residence, in the owner in.
teudrt leaving these IsIiiiiiIh.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AflKNCY.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Collage To Lei.
ANKAT (Village, in piy.
I'etl Older, con'iiiiiiug -1
rooniH, nrn.(ii!to prool, par.
liullv liniiihlioil, wlili inrgo l.llc.heu,
sdiiulu lues, eic. (Jonvcuieiuly located.
Rent $'40 per month tn jinnd leiinnt.
HAWAIIAN RUHINKSS AUKNOY.
m - "tONTAINMNO 1 large and
&mrr$F " Blind! looms, vmunilu
rtiTniVlffll with bath room, dining-room
anil kitchen ibitiiclicd, on KukauMke
stnel, opposite Hotel ttieel. Hint $10
pur month. Apn'v nt
HAWAIIAN lUJSINKSS AfiEN'OY.
Ginger Ale, Cursciparilla, Lemon, Cream & Plain Soda.
3 C1IA.M lA.CiN 1-1 UirUDH.
g&T ALL XfRATEI) WATERS OUARANTEFl) l'URE gfll
5i rcrrs:s K'juxtEicr nt
Mutual Telephone 330 tBa-o i&r Bell Telephone 298
jfjSyihland orders promptly attended to. nov-8-8!M5iu
A. G. &JLVA,
(17 Hotel Si., oprodle Uethcl St.
Cabinet Work Netttly Done.
Fiirulliitt! Ilepaiied tV. PnlUhed.
MuiMiiijj? &z CnrpiiiM JL.nil.
SrWoik mill and promptly done at
ii'ii-onnhle pi ices. .'itlti lm
European Billiard Parlors.
'IMIB Handsomest Ulllimd I'arlon, in
X llit: cily, and lilted up in the mohl
iipproved style. Four table! with till the
.1. P. HOWEN & CO.,
S70 tr 1'ropriutorn.
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
rpo the CiiMlirniR of O. AlvONO,
X luiiliiupl, of Knihi'i, Knun, Hu.
wnii, lake notice:
That tint umlcislciied, Assignee of the
Kslatti orO. AKONO, Imnkiupl, of ICti.
I. in, Komi, Hawaii, tins moparnlory to
hoi final account and dividend, tub
mittul his account us such AhMgnce and
tiled the same. hefoie. Hon H. li. Dole,
Associate Justice ol the Siipiemn Com I,
:tt hi (Jhinriljcn-', to whom he will at IU
o'clock a. m.. on MONDAY, thu '-Tub
of November, 18bil, apply fortibettleinenl
ol mid lie count and lor u di-charte
fiouiull liability as such Assignee, and
for mi oider to make a Una! divldeirl.
And t li ut uny peisou inteiestid may
then and there appear anil contest the
game. J. F. 1IACKFKLD,
Assignee Estate O. AUong,
Honolulu, Nov. Ill, 186U. 401 4t
r nilK best remedy for
1 wonnili, ulcers,
galls, pi oud llesh Mild
t-oies of eveiv dc-crln-
34- -Hon to pei'Mius or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horse mil
ium!, club and livery siables, etc., hi
the United Slates ami elsewhere. Wc
sue prepared to piove. this Maicuicut by
testimonials mid lefercnces lo plnnteis
ami liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN UUSIX1S AOKNC'Y
ALAROE assortment of Photographs
and Stereccopio View.-, of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, elo,
in these islands, for bale at ic.i-oiinblc
HAWAIIAN 1UJSINESS AOKNCY.
Coiner Foil and Merchant slicets.
I HAVE this day sold nil my light,
1 title anil interest in the Ciirrlnuti
Miiiuif.ielory Uusiness as carried on by
me on Foitstieet, to Mr. Gideon West.
Thuiiking the public lor Ihcir many
past favors I would hespcuk the same
for my successor anil having known
Mr. West for a nuiiiliur of years as a
practical carriage builder I am satisfied
Ihnl lie will give geiieial sntlslactinr.,
(.Signal): W. ILI'AOK.
Honolulu, Oct. 88, 18MI. :t!l 2w
"VTOTICU is hereby given Hint nt a
JlN meeting of Ihu stockholder ot the
above named Company held iu Hono
lulu, Hawaiian Islnndi), an November
2nd, 1B89, It was voled to accept the
(Hunter ol Incorporation ground by the
Hawaiian Government. Notice is fur
ther given that the limit of said charter
is II fly .veins and the liability of the
stockhofders limited to the amount due
and unpaid on the shares. The follow,
iug officers were elected for the ensuing
11. P. liildwin President.
O. W. Miiolarlioie... Vice-President.
LA. Hopper Hecietiuy.
E. M. Walsh Treiisirei.
P. 0. .Jones Audiloi.
And the following weiis elected us
H. P. ihddwin, I 0. R. IHshop,
O. W. Mcrailune, G. X. Wileot,
J. A. Hopper, I H, Cation.
K. M. Wabli, I
W. L. HOPl'KIt,
tSccretury pio lem.
Honolulu, Nov. , lftt). WW lm.l l'J -It
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Cairingu
Manufactory," at 12:1 Knit street, I am
prepared to continue tho above business
umlcrtho oM iinine of Honolulu Car.
tinge Miinufiictoiv, and being an old
cxpei ienoed cariiugo builder I tolli-il
the natiomign of my nd Iricnds and the
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of thu biislniiis uml with e.
j'.erieni ed workmen and using only the
best material 1 guarantee general sails
faction. Please call and sec rue hclmc
Honolulu, Oct.-'.'ryiBHU. Ul)l tf
MR.. I. M. OAMARA, .lit., bus re.
moved to the ollicu ot the I'ortu.
gucsct Conmhitc, Room 10, Spree l.els'
ltlock, Fort street. 40U lw
I1IAVK this day sold the Tuhiti
Lemonade Works lo ilie Tahiti
Lemonade Works Company, and request
an Immediate settlement with me of ull
outstanding accounts. All bills due by
thu late business will bo paid by
J. K. RROWN.
Honolulu, Oct. ill, 18811 HUMm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
SANDER'S Uiiggugo Rxpress Onlee
has lemnved to the old Maud, No.
81 King street, directly opposite the one
recently occupied. U7U lin