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l-'UIDAY, JAN. .'), 18U0.
I' S S MoMein, Coghl.in, fmia llll'i,
Slinr Allknliala from Kauai
bHiir Kaali Iroiu Xiiulllulll
Stair .1 A CJiimtiiliis from Ivuolnii
Ilk Lady l.'tinpsnn, "Jl d iys from Sun
Stmr Mlkiilialn for K iti'il :it "i tn
Klmr V G Hull for Luhnliia, Mualaeii,
Kona. Kan tinil t lit; Volcano at 1U
o'clock :i in
'lmr Puhi for Kiiiiii polls lit tl in
Stint' Lelm for Kuhulul nl .' i in
Stmr (J U Uisliop lor Waiaiue, Waialua
anil Konlau at !i a in
Srhr Lnvlnin for Kwa
Sclir Kaalokal for Waiinca
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Jlk Amy Turner for Hongkong
Sehr Ueula for llairi
Km- Maui anil Hawaii per stmr W 0
Hall, Jan :t--f. I) Spencer, Mis T
Thompson, K Kalampoo, Wis P I.eo,
Mm Miller, Ml Miller, U II I'arker, H
WWulhce, J Knt. D l llalilwln, n
Xorile. I)i W A Mrn-k anil 40 deck.
For vVahiuao per linr C K Bi-hop,
!ni :i S 11 Kulclkau ami wife, anil "0
The Ainciicnii hark Amy Turner,
Capt Johnson, will sail to-morrow for
Manilla vl.i Homjkong.
The WI1 Godfrey and ltolieit Lew
era will sail Hhout the inlddlu of next
week for San .Francisco
The W S Howne, S C Allen. X Cas
tle, and Ceylon, an; In the all ram walt-
A. IIU Pi Nil
Kn.il.i brought 1109
sugar this morning from Kauai.
The steamers ICin.ut and I.lkellke will
nirlvu to-tnoriow iiiorulng from wlnd
LOCAL &. GENERAL
'i!i.NOi;ss Liliuoknl.ini returns from
Tim Kinau is duo early to-morrow
morning from windwaid.
Thk Executive Committee of tlio
Queen's Hospital hold a meeting thin
Tin: Art (Jem Calendar 1890 je
ceived from Then. II. Davics A Co. is
Tub Wiiianao sugar mill began
grinding the year's ei op on the day
Tin: Honolulu Aiion will hold its
regular monthly meeting ut 7:I!0
o'clock this evening.
In the business itonis will bo found
tho number of eggs used by the Elito
parlors during December.
In tho Folico Court this morning
two drunks wero lined, and several
j.ault and battery cases wore heard.
Tub nowly elected oflicers of Mys
tic Lodge Xo. 2, K. of P., were duly
installed laf-t evening by Deputy Su
preme Chancellor David Dayton.
To-moi;uow evening at 8 ilil) o'clock,
thoro will bo n special convention ot
O.ihu Lodgo Xo. 1 K. of P. for the
installation of the newly elected
A MEETINO of Co. D Honolulu Hi
des will be held this evening for the
purpose of electing oflicers for tho
ensuing term. A full attendance is
0i Monday next at 10 a. m.. Mr.
L. J. Looy will hold a credit sale of
vfincs and liquor?, including brandy,
whisky, gin, French claret and hock,
port and sherry wines, etc.
Tni:nn will bo an important meet
ing of tho Mechanics' and Working
men's Political Protective Union this
evening at tho Knights of Pvtliins
Hall, Fort street, at TiitO o'clock.
A Mi:r.TiNQ of all legal voters of tho
Fifth Ward will be held at the Re
formatory school on Monday owning
th(kh inst., ut 7 o'clock, for the
prrr.pose of oigaiming a Distiict
A Chinaman in tho employ of Mr.
.T. II. Paty had $10 in gold stolen
from his room last evening whilo.ab
sptit about five minutes. Another
Chinaman has been ai rested on sus
picion. i m
Mkssrh. Castle it Cooko linvo be
gun tho new year by placing imjiort
ant advertisements in this paper
which appear in another column.
They should bo carefully perused by
Thk calendar of tho January teim
of Supremo Couit, which opens on
Monday, contains 1!U cases, divided
as follows: Hawaiian jury, 02; mix
ed jury, 12; foreign jury, !I8; banco,
2 : causes from other circuit!-, (i ; di
On Now Year's day tho Itoyal Ha
waiian band serenaded tho King and
Queen, Trinccss Lilinokalani, Minis
tors Thurston, Austin and Damon,
Justices Jtidd, McCully, Preston,
Jliukerton and Dole. The baud was
drivon around in a largo bus.
Chirp Justico Judd presided in the
ippcals court this morning. Two
oppeals woro withdrawn, three cases
wcio stricken from tliu calendar
owing to non-appearance of tho pat
ties, ono wiiB but for heaiing on Junu
u ry 13t,hwliilo tho time for urgumeiit
of another wna to bo fixed by Mc
FOURTH WARD GLU3.
Tlio NiH'tri'lii" Delivered ut ilio f-
V. A. Kinney, on lclri unlluil,
Mild: Mr. Chairman and gentlemen
'l'liu fuel that 1 am lioic menus that
I intend to utu tliu Reform ticket
and vole It slrui'dit (applause). 1
do not bclicvi! in this
'oiim into a (
ward muetitm or Into a uoiivuiillon
to try to (jet all yon can out of it
and when you get beaten back out
and say that you will not abide tliu
verdict ; when anybody goes into u
ward meeting;, or goes into a con
vention, liu goes in to stand or fall
on whatever conclusions that con
vention or ward meeting conies to
(applause). Tlioru are a lot of vot
ers that say I hat any man that Mill
do tins don not do his own think-
iug, and it i'i a. sign of independence
to scratch tickets and bolt a ticket
at your pleasure, but I don't think
so; I think it Is a sign really of
strength, to submit to the will of the
majority. More can bo secured that
way than by every man going us ho
pleases. Still I have my reasons for
voting the Reform ticket, and can
give tlicm. I vote for the Heform
party not so much for what the He
form party h is already accomplish
ed, but more on nccountof the hos
tility that tho IMorm pniiy has
aroused among certain classes of
people on these islands; like a cer
tain American politician, I love the
Heform part for the enemies it has
sinade (applause) ; by that 1 mean this,
that there arc cci lain classes of people
in every community onGod's footstool
and have been from time immemorial
who believe iiAomo shape or other
that the many were made to serve the
few, and this country is no excep
tion to it. In England you know the
old Tory idea, and it is not dead
yet, was that the people should be
kept down "kept in their places,"
and that the caste and privileges of
the few should bo exalted. One or
two hundred years ago such people
had things pretty much their own
way, but times now are differ
ent, the people arc more and
more getting a grip on the
countries in which they live : that
is manifest in England; but
at the same time the same old spirit
is there, which would keep the peo
ple down if there was any way to
do it. In the United .States they
don't have kings and privileged
classes, yet that same idea is there.
Take, for instance, C. 1'. Hunting
ton, that railroad magnate, that
Chinese anti-restriction man, lie is
now demanding more of what he
calls "docile labor" in the United
States ; lie says he wants labor that
won't join unions and make strikes ;
lie wants labor that will submit.
Now that simply means that if that
man could have his will, in that
country he would get labor by the
hip and keep it there ; and he has
his counterpart hero at the Islands.
There is that man trying to break
up the restriction act and to shovel
in Asiatics on that fair land, in upon
civilized men and families ; not be
cause he is poor, he has got money
enough to keep himself and a
daughter that married a princo to
the end of time ; what leads him to
do what ho is doing is an itch to get
white labor into a corner where ho
and his kind can name terms. The
same spirit exists ju this country,
you all can see it; wo saw it hero in
the old regime. What was that old
regime? Wh', it amounted simply
to this, there was the King and a
certain number of men around him
that carried out the doctrine that the
country and people were mado for
their delectation and they carried it
too far ; if they had not'tliey would
have had things running their own
way to-day; and it is because
I believe that this Heform
party is the only party in the coun
try through which there is any hope
of breaking this thing down that I
believe in holding to the party, not
hut that there is a great deal of the
same feeling in many brandies of
the Heform party. That spirit lias
been displayed more or less in tlio
Heform government itself, but nt
the same time the Reform party is
moving towards the peoplo and not
from them (applause). There al
ways is a icaction against a move
ment such as was started by the
Heform party. That is to be ex
pected. The reaction comes from
two classes one that don't wnnt to
sec the people have the power that
they cot from this revolution and
another that is so radical that it
would upset this Heform party bo
cause it does not move fast enough.
The Opposition ticket is not in the
field yet, 1 h.ivu not seen it, hut
when that ticket comes out I feci
certain that you will find on the
same ticket, two classes of men, men
who would take away from us the
rights that we got under that revo
lution, who would pull the paity
back us far as they could into the
hands of the King or of a few, and
then right alongside of tlioso men,
on the same ticket, you will find
men running who say that this He
form party lia not given tho peoplo
enough, that it ought to have gone a
great deal further than it has, and
those two elements of oil mid
water will unito on ono ticket. Peo
plo say that this is odd, that it looks
very curious to see men represent
ing those different viows on tho
same ticket, but it is simply history
repeating itself. Wo find examples
of this in eYery country and it is
only the common sense of the Anglo-Saxon
and Germanic races, that
prevents such combination lickots
from winning. The French Repub
lic is tlio place for such tickets to
wii.' Tlio groat French revolution
slnrled nusplelomdy, hul it got into
disfavot with tin radicals tiicic be-caiL-e
it was not going fust enough
to Mill, them, they didn't get
cverytiiiiig they wanted at once, ami
tlicv Htnricd in to r.ilso a low. and
by their exccs.sis paved the way fin I
aii-.olulis.il again ami the country ,
and people sunk hack inio tnu old ,
do tmt hilkc in a good
the Kefoim party lias
has left undone, yet as.
the day comes when I know that the
full and destiny of tho Heform
paity is going to bo weighed m tliu
balances, the paity that ic naked
our Iivc3 to creatu and risked our
lives to save, a feeling comes over me
that tlio defeat of the party will
mean the lestoiation in power of
men who, when they fully scenic
contiol over the (invurniiicnt, will
show that their hostility was not so
much to the Cabinet as to the rank
and tlio of the Heform paity itself
and to Hie npiiit and tendency of
that party, that thoy will no mote
look at the intelligent civilized labor
making up the essence of this party
when the have shaken clear of it
than they did before, when what we
got from Ilium had to be taken at
the point of tho bayonet. (Ap
plause.) That is my reason for vot
ing the Heform ticket and voting it
straight. I do not care particulailv
who is put on the Heform ticket. 1
know that parly is beating its way
towards tho people. When we stop
and look back over the two years we
know which way it has gone, and
they know which nay it has gone,
and there is nothing tiles some men
so much as the eoii-cioiisnes-s that
men who two years ago they would
not look at, before that revolution
went into effect, they have to recog
nise to-day. (Applause.) The
Cabinet iii dealing with the Chinese
question and the labor question
occupy a rtillicult position, they can
not disregard the plantations which
are the backbone of the country,
they are not going to make fools ol
themselves by doing so, they have
got to be reasonable and sensible
and have due regard for the coun
try as a whole. Hut you know and
I know that if it had not been for
the UOth of June and the power that
Hie Heform party in Honolulu held
in consequence, any Cabinet would
simply have laughed at a request to
take the position on tlio labor ques
tion that .the present Cabinet lias
done. This the Reform party has
accomplished. There aie some
men, however, who were in the Re
form party and good men, who say
we are going to secure what we
want sooner by upsetting the apple
cart and breaking up the Reform
party ; it docs not go fast enough
for us, etc. If 1 thought they
would accomplish their object that
way, I would be with them, too,
because I too want tlio results, but
the history of such attempts show
that they usually end in a mess.
History also shows that if we, know
ing that we are moving along the
right road, arc willing to be patient
and bide our time, and, forgetting a
good many things that riled us and
passing over a good many tilings
that we do not think are right, will
keep our eyes on the main chance,
the principles which we all approve
(Messrs. W. O. Smith and W. C.
Achi's speeches will appear later.)
HOiUE RAGES AT WAIALUA.
There was a big celebration of New
Year's day at Waialua on this island.
The Xew Year was ushered in by the
firing of bombs. In the afternoon
there was a scries of horse races.
Hon. John A. Cummins' horses Eleu
and Surpiiso won two quartcr-niilc
dashes, while Mr. Halstead's horse
beat Mr. Cummins' Fashion. A
race between Halstead's buckskin
horse and .Mr. Hastings' horse caus
ed much fun, the former winning.
A feast was provided in the evening
at tho Dominis' place and was at
tended by hundreds of natives from
all around. At about nine o'clock
that evening tliero was thunder and
lightning accompanied by heavy
showers of rain.
H. F. D.
The Board of Representatives of
the Honolulu Firo Department held
its regular monthly meeting I' st eve
ning. Chief Engineer Wilson pre
sided, and thirteen members wero
present. Two communications were
read, one from China Company No,
.1, the other from Hook and Ladder
company, both giving the result of
th.oir elections of oflicers. An audi
ting committee reported on tho cor
rectness of the accounts of the So
crelar3r and Treasurer. Consider
able discussion then took placo with
icgard to the annual parade of the
department. One member wanted
a parade in Uie afternoon whilo an
other thought it more advisable to
have a torchlight procossion. It
was finally decided to hold a torch
light procession Monday evening,
February Uil, at 7 o'clock. A com
mittee of ouo was appointed by the
chief to look up torches.
EVEHTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Co. D Honolulu Hilles, nl
Moonlight band concci t at Thoinai
Square at 7:!10.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:110.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Anon
Society at 7:00.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, 1.
O. Q. F., at 7:30 o'clock. .
Sorvico St. Audruw's Cathedral,
Mooting Mechanics Union, at 7 :tlO.
BfitAK DOWN AT ELEELE.
The steamer Mikalnta an i veil un
oxpectKilly in poll this morning at
four o'clock fiom Knuaij Inning Mr.
August Dicier of tho lCleele planta
tion on board. The -pur wheel at
the plantation broke, and .Mr. Dreier
rcuiiMiilierliic that ''aefarlanc & Co.
had a wheel tlio same sie, the Mi
kahala at once slutted foi Honolulu.
After coaling and taking on the new
wheel the sleamcr left for Kauai
again at 7 o'clock, expecting In ar
rive at Iter destination at six o'clock
Last Sunday evening a native
stalled a fire in the cane Heidi at
Kleelo in seven different daces. The
fires were di-eovcicd befoie much
damage way done. The innn was
found hiding and taken and placed
under ancbt. The day before he
had thieatcned to (lie the fields.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Thomas Square,
commencing nt 7:110 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
OvPituie I.a Dame niaiirhcllolldieu
( illlllp 1 1 l Kllll'-t
I'lnale .Stradullft I'lotow
lleniliil'.oeiirt's of Oonnod (lOilftcy
l.ipoli'io. Miil.uml. Muht:i:i Malamu-
I'cmlii'MTiieps du Offenbach... Conrad!
Caiiitliia Olii-rto Vurdl
Walt Arti-t Life Str.uis
March Ilcauiilul Ithds Ilo-shardt
Protective -:- Onion.
1'Sl'AL WEUCJ.Y MIT.TI.W.
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS HALL.
f' 1iiij 'limit KusinsFi.
Per o dtr of the
4 ill it
A mseliuy; of all Legal Vo ers of the
Win am in favor of the principle
Will he he'd nl the
King Street, l'alnmi,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan. 6th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
For tho purpose of ora;ani.lnf,' .1 t'htriel
Club to tiko psrt In thocoinln election
Per oriW of the
413 3t CENTRAL COMMIT THE.
GOOD Cook for much on Haunt!
Applv nt this olllco. 4 tut
ID Y n Middle Aged St in of t xporrnee,
y energy nnd push, h position in
accountant, salesman or lnntiincr, in a
mercantile Iioiifc, or would buy an in
torest In an established bullion', rity 01
country. References given. Lnqnlre
at (hi ofllce. .Ultitf
THK uiiilsr-iniMl, a Committer to
obtain .subscriptions to aid In fur-ai-hliif;
tho fund for ro-e tahlishlng
"The .sailors' Homo" in Honolulu, be;;
leave to i-tato, th it In oider to provide a
suitable In tek building and fiiniNh it
will require about 81."i,'i00: that a grant
of t.1,(J00 has been voted by the I.cgN
lituri) of 18Sii, eonditlnnal upon the
building of a new 'Home" within flvu
year-, fiom Unit date: that 82,000 Ini-s
"been leeeived from Mm. Maria Hack,
fehl Uonattil In memory of her l.ite lnn
liand Henry Hackfeld: that the Presi
dent of tho" Ilnaul of Trustee lm pledg
ed 31,000, provided that 67.000 can be
raised to eomplctu the required amount
mined above, I. e. 81",000, and that the
Committee will be tfluil to leceho sub
si" Iptlous w Itli either of them or at Ihu
Hank of Itkliop ,t Co., in aid of a e.mse
whirl) W.'.h much In It to commend Itself
to this I'ommunlly.
II. V. DIM.LVKHAM,
.1 II ATlIKItTON'.
.10IIX H. 1'VTY,
1'. W. DAMOX.
Honolulu, Dec. ill, K-W. -mik
His r calved nnolhcr lot of
NEW -:- GOODS
C5f Coiuo nml tco them. "Tf
ITT Store Open Every EvDalrj;
Port Street ubuve Kinjj. I'.'n i n
12 u n "c' u via J.1 vi
l is a.
Is issuing a new form of insurance which piovidc, in tlio event of death, for if return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount ol the policy, or. should the insured survive a given number of years, tho Company will
return nil the preiiiiuiiM paid wilh'inleiest : or. instead of accepting the policy and profits In cash" the Iciral holder
may, WITIIOrT.MHDICALKXAMlXATIOXand W1TI101T RHT11KH 1'AYMKNTOF J'KKMIUMS, Lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts in 1TLLY RAID IT insurance, paiticipating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract i iisuod by the oldesfLife Insurance Company in the United States, .and the Lar
gest KiiiDtiei.il Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollar.
St For full paitictdars call on or
i HaBa u i
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEHi ; mim ranch PLAIN . SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAP.SAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giier Ale, Hop Ale, Grciiliiie; M$mUi, Sarsaparilla, Miml Walers, Etc.
ssr AJ1 coiiiiiiunu'atioits
rzmmj3mmtimiminMmiMZiwaAmTim .jjtwwuw,wMw ... . i . .i i w J J 111. I JU.IFW
n the Business Center of Honolulu !
Tim attention of Capitaliht.-, Trustees and Ileal ti&tntt1 Imostoi,, i ndled to
one of the most important pales of Heal Kstalo, foi busing
bloeku, ever held in Honolulu : tlio piopeity hoi is
Mtuntcd in tlio heait of tho eity
and bounded by
Nuiiann, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The underf-ipied lm.s received iiistnietions to nflor for sale by
auction, at bis SalcMiiom, (.iieen stieet,
On Saturday, Jan. I 8, I 890,
A'l 1J2 ccloch: noon,
The while of that VALUAHLK CITY PKOI'KKTY, known as tho
" BOOTH ESTATE,"
(Kxcuptiuj; only the corner lot on Xiumnu nnd Hotel streets, owned by
Mr. .Innies Olds )
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
TIi'it i the most compact and tlcsiiable piece of property in Honolulu,
and being situated in tlio heait of the ntail business quai'ter of the city,
between tho two main aiteiics of traffic, (Knit and Nuiiann Htieeth), loading
to and from the wliaivi'M and harbor, it will have a. value for all time, and
thoicfoio holds out unusual inducements to capitalists, as a lcnuinerative
and permanent investment.
Tho main frontage "f this piopeily aic 10 feet on Nuiiann otieet, 1)3
feet on Hotel street and 12." feet on Itothel street, which tluee Mieots
have boon recently widened by tlio (iovernnient to !( feet each, and finely
macadamised nnd graded throughout, tendering tlieiu the finest thorough
fares in the city. A new street of 1 '2 fret width, which limn tlnoiigh the
center of tho pioperty from Nuiiann to llelhel stieots, has been donated by
tho owner of tho block, and this will give additional stieot frontage of
l'J."i feel on one side of tlio new stieet and !)L feot on the other, to all the
lots to be sold, leaving no lot without a valuable street frontage mid to omo
of them very desirable and valuable street coineis.
Another advantage of this lino piopeity as an investment, is its ox-eel
lent Kinitary conditions, and being on the highest part of tlio city, inakni of
Hotel stieet, it will have excellent di.iiuage for buildings erected thereon,
and being of siifTiciont elevation, permits the construction of deep cellais,
on account of being beyond the icaeli of tide water.
Tho block lias been sub-divided into building lots, numbering 1 to 12
as can bo seen on u large now suivey map, now on viow at my Halesiooiu.
The titlo to tlio property is perfect. Tin ma of salo are one thiid cash,
one thiid one year and one thiid two yeais, with intciest nt (J per coot pei
An examination of this pioporty i- solicited, and is confidently lecom
mended as a permanently i oimuici. alive investment.
gjST Kor fullei p.iiticiilarsand infotmation apply to
K. K. HiiNimv, President it Manager. John Lna, Vice-President.
(ioi)KUKY Huown, Secretary & Tie.isiuer. (3r.cn. Huovv.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. yprcckel' SS;snU, : Virt Ntrcct, Honolulu.
IMPOKTKKS and DKALHKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Klfololiors, Limps ,v Limp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils A Varnishes, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, .Shot & Caps, Machine-loaded Caitridgcs, Chamberlain's Patent;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- &00DS,
.Silver 1'l.ited Ware, Tallin A Pockot Cutlery,
I'lows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agiiculttiral Iniplciucnts,
IIANDLLri 01-' ALL KINDS,
Hart's Patent "Duplex' Die Slo. 1: f u Pipe A. Bolt Cutting
Manila A. Sisal Hope, Uubbor lln-o.
Wiro Hound Hubber lloso, Spiiielei-giip; -
.Spiinklcrs A sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic f'.ulridge Co.,
Hartnian's Steel Wiro Pence A Sleel Wire MfttR,
"Now Piocoss" Hope,
Win. (L FidieiV Wfbught Stool Hangcs, Ncid's Cauiage PaintH,
" 'Gnte City Slono i'ilterH,
"Xow Piocesi" Twist Drills,
hov-2'.MW Hai I'm Patent "Duplex" Die Stocks.
c, rr-ti pa
OF 1VTLSW YORK
ZiA.1 2 vSOV. M.aim"ur.
I SfLEPHONE 297.
ami orders should lie addressed, to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
tnmi 1 1 ijjjmi Kil LMgw wewn HW
I HAWAIIAN OPERA BOOSE
i.. .i. i.nvrv,
Saturday, Jan. I I, 1890
Fust uppeiriinee of tlio He-
BOSTON IDEAL CO.
Further particulars on arrival of
S.3. Ai'btrnlirtl.!nii. IOUi.
GP lhx plan for rercrved seats for
tht- sc'iHm Is now open
G$ Ilox plan tor rciervid seat for
opening night will lit opi'ii on HatunUy
morning, Jnn. lltli, at 0 o'clock, ut I.. J
Levey's office. -ISSU
Tlie Lessees of Lots
HtTUATK IN THK
Ai o hereby notified ibit the Aescclatloa
ii prepured to
Grant a Renewal of their Lease for
30 Yean from date,
Upon presentation of propor title deeds
and the payment ot a noini.
tSP'Annllcitinim to ln inmlt. In W. M.
Prelilcnt Kiiplolant Purl; Aso'n.
Honolulu, Die 17, 188). 4-0 lm
EJOY & CO.,
1.! .Vnuanii Nl.. Ilonolnln.
Offer for sale nt uiui-iially low prices, n
full assortment and bi-st hraiuls of
Ales, Wines, Beers, Spirits, 4c.
E6y-Ha lag ben appointed bv Me.sn.
I.aclimm it .IiicoM of San "Francisco
their Milo Agonts for Hawaiian Islands,
wo are cnihled to offer their justly
Celebrated Wines to our friends ami the
public nt very low rates. 4,1 lm
OX mid nftnr the in day ol .Isnuftry,
WO, the Hiiwiiil Commercial Co.
will cniry on the meat business at the
stand in the Kbh Market, Utelv cceu.
pied by tlio Honolulu Meat Co. All
orders received will bo promptly ee
cuted. Hoth Telephones No. 21'J.
HAVIXO bought out Mr. W. H.
l'ngu in the "Honolulu Cairlage
Manufactory," at 123 Fort street, 1 bin
prepared to continue the shove businefji
under tha old niimo of Honolulu Cur.
rlago Mnnufactorv, and being on old
experienced curriugo builder I foliclt
tho patronage of my old friends nnd the
public la general, and with my thorough
knowledge of tho business ami with ex
perienced workmen and UBing "only the
best material I gunranteo general sail,
faction. Please call and we me before
(digned): OIDKON WEST.
Honolulu. OcU 28, 1889. hi
Honolulu, 11. I., Dec. ill, $2&
i K beg to inform thopi)blle that we
T Y lmp disposed of our market to
tho Metropolitan Meat Company of
King street, Honolulu, Wholesale ami
HelallJIiitclitrs, as uml from the first
day of January, 18iH), ouhIiIcIi day we
are to become members of that Com
pany. All bllU due to tho Honolulu
.Market will ho collected by Arthur
White at the otllco of David Dayton on
King street, who will receipt for our
account. Thanking you for tlio patron
age Kindly extended to us, v,o beg to
leiiialu. Yours, etc., ' '
JOHN II. PATV, .
Proprletois of the lloiiolulu MHiUet.
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