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Mn. DAVID TAYLOH Ii.ih been
appointed by the Hoaid of I'duca
tion, School Agent, for Lahalun and
Lanai, vice .Mr. T. B. l'vans lu has
By order of the Board of Kduea
tion". W.JAS. SMITH,
Hittioution OIHoo, Jan. 3, 1SD0.
Foreign Ollice Notice
Honolulu, If. I., Jan. 1, IS'.KI. J
Oflicial notice hut) been" received
by thin Department fiom Mnns.
U. B. d'Anglade, Commissioner foi
M. LKON BKLLAUUKT,
Chancellor of tin; Consulate & Coin
niicsariiit of Franco, having U'ft this
Kingdom on account of ill health,
has been iclioved of liis functions as
Mich Chancellor, as afoicsaid; and
la no longer attached to the Fioneh
' Commissariat. -M4 lit
In aceoidanoo with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVII. of the laws of 1S8U,
all pei sons holding water privileges
or Hiom' paying water rates, aiehcie
)V notilied that the water latos for
the term ending June .".(), 1800, will
be due anil payable at the ollice of
the Honolulu Water AVoiks on the
til ht of January, 1SD0.
All such late.s reiuaiuing unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due
will be suhjert to an additional 10
Parties paying rater, will please
piesont their last receipt.
Bates :ue payable at the ollice of
the Water Works in the Knpuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion
strict enforcement of this clause will
be made. CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Wotks.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, 18S0. -Ilil tf
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JAN. 0, 1890.
Voters should not omit to see that
their names are on the Great Kegis
ter. If they neglect to do so, they
will have themselves to blame on
the day of election, when it will be
loo late. There are names entitled
to be there which are not there.
GIVE THE TRUE REASON.
Judge Widemnnn verbally resign
ed his position as a member of the
Legislature, at the close of the last
session; but not because "the hand
of honesty had throttled corruption
and bribery, and after a careful in
vestigation the Legislature by a
large majority expelled those in
whom corruption was shown." The
insinuation that such was his actua
ting motive is unjust. Mr. Wide
maim resigned, and his reason a
good one for doing so wan pretty
well understood at the time. .Now
what was the reason? Will the paper
which has attacked the Judge have
the lioiiebty and candor to give if'
Mr. K. A. Rurehaidl ha, a letter
in the Advertiser, in which is the
i following paragraplt in relation to
the veto :
I have refused to pledge myself
to vote against the King's veto, con
sidering that such a pledge is in
compatible witli the oath to support
the Constitution, that every member
of the Legislature should be free to
exercise his own judgment on every
fasc. And 1 think that the vein
power may occasionally be used with
advantage to protect the country
from a vote of the Legislature,
which does not represent the general
opinion outside ot the house; &ueh
as a corrupt vote. Or to protect a
minority from unjust treatment by
ilie majority. And this is especially
the case where there is only one
legislative chamber. But 1 fail to
nee that this involves any e.tension
ot veto power beyond what is al
ready contained in the Constitution.
Mr. Hurchardt expresses dourly
and in few words what roi. impllfieri
mfd'n'iafutaiiu'd in tho coliw " 0f
1 lie Bur.i.KTix during the Inssctttiou.
of the Legislator Any man under-V
,nUiing and approving consilium
lional government, as it is under
stood and operated in the most ad
vanced countries, inus,t stand Just
about where Mr. Btirchardt Mauds.
Those of our readers who have
been our readers for years, and
whose memories are retentive, will
remember that llic lUn.i.utx has,
among other things, advocated the
establishment of a "lying in" hos
pital for Hawaiian1, ami intimated,
a year or m aim, that lite llooulu
and lloola l.ahui Society, an asso
ciation of Hawaiian ladle, had "iieli
u project in view. Well, it is with
satisfaction that the Iku.r.m now
Infoiins its readers that there is. a
prospect of something being done in
the matter shortly. In fact, some
thing is at present being done. The
society named, of which Queen Ka
piolani Is president, has about 88,-
000 in hand, and intends using (hat
money for the purpose indicated. The
Queen has geneiously donated a piece
of land suitably situated at Waikiki,
on which it is intended to erect suit
able buildings. As a beginning it
in the purpose of the society to erect,
a structure sullicicntly large to ac
commodate from six to twelve beds,
to be added to as needs may demand
and funds warrant. The services of
a competent professional nurse have
been contingently retained. All well
wishers of the Hawaiian people, who
arc familiar with their requirements,
wish success to the Queeitand those
associated with her in this project,
and would urge forward the good
work with as little delay as possible.
Kim ok IJt'i.i.r.Tix : I see many
truthful and well-written articles in
the public papers, and one of thai
kind appears in your daily of Dec.
Otli under the heading of "The Men
We Want." I eoninatulale the
writer. Jxo. M. Ilousn:.
Dec. .".(), lSS'.i.
"IS THAT SO?
Kiutoi: Hri i.ETix : Through the
medium of your journal I would
like to disclose the methods of a
prominent Custom House otliuiat, an
inspector in one of the city precints
and a confessed machine politician,
for carrying the coining election at.
the polls. In a public place he
stated that there would be no difll
culty in keeping control of the polls
for some time previous to the close
of the elcclion, in the interests of
the party in power, a statement
which almost seems as if the ofllcer
in question would use foroo'in above
OUR PRESENT CABINET A
TRON OF POPERY!
Kditok liuu.rrix: The funniest
piece of news I came across of late
is to be found in the article headed,
"The Ministerial Platform, "'signed
"Hawaii J'onoi," in Daily Ui'iax
tin, Dec. "20, wherein is stated, that,
amongst other tilings, our Cabinet
lias to repent of being a patron of
Popery. Tho prcof of the assertion
is given, by referring to a regulr
tion of the Board of Kducation. I
suppose it is the one of Nov. 21,
Now, very likely Hawaii l'onoi,
having something like an itching of
talking in the newspaper, did not
know what was stated in said docu
ment. But people who make so
much noise, in talking about tilings
which they do not. know, or know
only partly, aie called by sensible
meii fools. But perhaps tho author
of said article has read carefully
the above-mentioned document, and
then the falsehood he stated is will
ful. Hawaii Fonoi, take your choice.
IIai'I'Y Nr.w Yrui.
RULED BY A SET.
KniTou Bi'i.i.ktin : There is one
feature of the political situation, and
in fact it cliaraclei izes our whole so
cial organization, which deserves the
careful consideration of thinking men.
While the principles and forms of
representative government have suc
cessfully Mipplnnted here, as else
where, the old style of horedilaiy
rule, there is a dangerous tendency
noticeable in the developement of
our new social, commercial, and po
litical life. It is thu perversion, or
malversation, i f two fundamental
principles, of lepiesentalive govern
ment, tree discussion, and submis
sion to the will of the majority. For
majority rule is an unreasonable de
mand, unless there has been oppor
tunity previously given for open,
and general discussion.
As things arc going on now, how
ever, in our lodge, Church, political,
and directorr.' meetings, no proper
opportunity is given lor the. geucial
and public discussion of men and
nieasuies. A certain set, not with
consistency enough to be called a
"ring", get the control of business,
social, political matters into their
own hands. At the meeting for the
transaction of business, the cut-anil-dried
proposition is brought forward,
the usual formalities are iiislied
through, and the proposal is adapted
by the meeting. Tho business is
presented in such away, that no op
position seems to be justified by any
probability of successfully present
ing an alternative. There aie some
obvious advantages in the celerity
and ease with which large bodies
can be manipulated in this way by
the managing set; but the special
dancer ic that a set will have itd
own ends to gain ; and will not hon
estly and Jionoiably seel; Hie adop-
lion of such measures as will result
in the greatest good to the greatest
This can hardly be called govern
ment by majority rule, for all they
arc expected to do, Is to fall in and
carry out the policy or the projects
of the ruling set. Jt is not merely
ignorance of what has been done by
the present set, who are now mani
pulating our political alt'airs, that
liaR caused Hie uneasiness ami dis
satisfaction that has so otlen found
expression in the Dulumx. There
is a conviction that many things have
been done that will not benf the
light of public exposure and public
criticism. Yet these are not as yet
such grievances as would justify
any such outbreak as would put in
jeopardy higher interests that might
uselessly be imperilled. Such a
style of political management Is very
much alter the fashion of the so
called "trusts", combinations out
side of and unknown to the law. The
Republican party in the United
States has thus come to be i tiled at
prevent in the interests of a set of
political manipulators: but the re
cent elections show that independent
voters cannot be relied upon always
to support the men or meaBtnes that
may be set up by the men who man
age the political machinery. Tin
time will come when the welfare of
the people will be paramount to the
success of the parly.
SOME HARD FACTS.
Kniioit Bn.i.r.Tix: In 18Sli the
then existing government passed,
amid storms of opposition by the
party now in power, a measure in
creasing taxes from !,' of 1 percent
to 1 percent, or, in other words, in
creased the taxes one-third more.
That year the assessment value ot
real and personal property wu
S:!4,t,')r.,OI7 and realized S"l 17,101$
For the year 1888 the assessment
value of real and pergonal property
was S:l 1,082,11)1), or close on SI,
000,000 less than 188(1. The taxes
realized were only SI21.11U or only
S-I.OOO inoie Ihau the !J ol 1 peicent
Now, sir, the present Oovernnient
have met in Legislative Assembly
twice since the passage of the 1 per
cent Act and they did not see lit to
change it, and therefore they are
responsible for what appears to me
decidedly strange, lo say the least.
Taking the taxes realized in 188G
as a basis, viz., 8417,10.'$, one-third
nioiu ought to have produced S.'j.jO,
i:$7, and leaves a deficit to be ac
counted for in some way of SI!).'), 000.
An explanation is due the tax
payers of this country. Where has
this money gone? Is it costing more
now-a-days to collect than it used
to? 1 have sotne other hard nuts
of this description at my disposal
if your friends would like them.
Nox Nouis Solum.
Honolulu, Jan. 4, 1S90.
DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS AT THE
Kasl India .Mango.
Kucalyptiis I )i versicolor.
Moringa Aptcra, (nuts yielding
the costly oil of Ben).
Dogwood, (bark of loot medi
Baobab, (monkey. bread).
Sapindus Sapouaria. (the berries
are used for the same purpose as
Palms, Areca Iliibra.
Palms, Plycospenna Alexandras
Orders for the above plants will
be issued to applicants on Monday,
January 1.1, at 10 a. in., at the of
fice of A. Jaeger, Kaahunianu street.
People not able to call in person aie.
requested to ask a friend or agent
to call for them.
THE PORTUGUESE ATTITUDE.
Jn a well written article ol the
Luso Ilawaiiano on the attitude of
the Portuguese in the next election,
that newspaper says that it is abso
lutely necessary to appoint lo the
legislature, two or three representa
tives of Portuguese nationality, and
mentions Hie names of Air. C'linha of
Honolulu, Borba and Kuos of Wai
iuku. We translate the following
portion of I lie said article thru
pleases us by its manly palriotNni :
"We consider to lie the faithful in
teiproters of tho fooling of the Por
tuguese, declaring now and vciy
highly that the .sovereign and abso
lute Independence of tho Hawaiian
Islands without the Interference of
any nation, whatever it may bo, in
the free exercise of its rights in
ternal or external is the capital
point to Impose (evlger) in the plat
form of all those who may ask the
co-operation of our votes. As mem
bers of the Hawaiian community this
is simply our duty: to think or to
act in another way is an act of trea
son." The same article says thu
candidature of Mr. Marques would
he poi feclly acceptable. Com.
n.tfc. 1?" n or 1" yeiu. I.niu'e
JjSri J- I'asturu Lnnils in l'auox
sSfifeK Yullev. Annlv lo
F'1 -Mils. I.OXO,
HONOLULU, II. L, JAXUAHY 0, I8C0.
ELEVENTH ORGAN RECITAL.
Following Is the programme of the
organ recital at KniimaknplH church
Tuesday evening, the 7th inst. :
March Trlomphale , Lciiiiiipiih
Berceuse in A Delhi uok
Mr. Winy Taylor.
Overture Crown of Gold Herman
Itnyul Hawaiian Orchestra.
Ai la Pletn Slgnore Slr.ulella
Mr. T. M.i Slai key.
(iuvotle Secret Lovu Kesch
Itoyal lluwalliiu Ou'lie-Ii.'i.
Soil Angels' Serenade Hran
MUs Annie Dow'ott.
Andante In O Smart
Ou'crloheiti A UatDle
Overtui o-Knchantiiient Herman
Jtoyul Hawaiian Oielicslr.i.
General Election of 1890 !
FOB XoliLKS Island or O.wiu.
II, A. WIPKMANX.
JOHN' A. CUMMIN'S,
K. O. MACFA BLANK,
II. (!. CIIAIIBK.
('. J. MoCABTMY,
J. S. WALKKIJ,
D. W, I'UA.
riiirr or ICona, Oaim'.
Waui) 1 J. K. BI'.-ilL
Wahii2 W. II. CUMMINOH.
Wtm:i A. MAHQUKS.
Waiii.-I T. it. I.IH'AS.
Waiidj B. W. WILCOX.
Union, 1m re .V Murine
Insurance Co., L'd,
Ol X,.' Z.-uliiiul.
- - - $10,000,000
File 1 11. 4 taken on Oivrllhigs, Store,
HlorelioiMM atul (Jimlt-iits Also, Sugar
mnl Blco Mills, Machinery, Kin, Kle.
On Hulls, (,'arjjoes uml Freights. Los
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian Is'anils.
ELECTION ol' OFFIOEltM.
AT on adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Wuimme
Co., held this diile, the following i;on.
li;uien were duly elected to bcivo us
otileera for the ensuing year:
Hun. H. A. WidfMii'imt... President
Hon. (!. N. Wllcov.. Vice-President.
Hon A.JiiHRcr Treasurer
(! (). Merger. ..iiciUL'iirv A Auditor.
Honolulu, Jan. II, 1800. 445 tw
wi'h or without li mnl,
private family. Cnis
Inquire at lli'is olllre.
4 If if
xl'ZiSea in ii
pais the dnor.
4 I'OITAOK at Niulmle.
v. mI IVlmni intvi itnnr
Y!$mFi to V. Aul-I' premise, eon.
Minim; kilrlu-ii, Mulilc, riurlnge I ouse
and othei en 'veuieix e For ti.itlier
riiiilleiilais aiiiiU l'
Awurool n!nie, Mtiunukcik flreel.
Ail I in
PARTNERS JI 1 1 NO Tl CE.
MKSSBS F..itin.iutl Scliloiliiffci uml
Nil. Leaser are mliuilleil hk
pailne'S in our (inn.
.M. PHILLIPS A TO.
Ibino'iiX .Iiiii I, 1HK). -Hltt
1IIAVK tide ilav pnld all my liulit.
lilleuuil Inleiest in the Imw hIih,'
itiK htiiniMs an eurrlul on by me on
(Jueiiii tlreel, under Ilie name nf'''Vllsoii
Hmm'1 lo Mr. Thou. HoUlnur, anil lake
lliis oiorluultv ol thanking Hie imlilic
lor llieir pHtionujjc in the nsl, with a
hope tlril my hiii-eessor will ineoi with
the Huine fitvnrs in Ilie future.
t'llAh. It. WILSON'.
I'miolii'ii, .Inn. i, imo. na lw
rpiir, inidii'Kigiied, a Commlliee to
.1 ohinlu suliveriptlons to aid lu lur-ul-hiug
the fmiil- for le-e talillshlnjj
'TlieS.illfirK' Home" In Honolulu, lie
leave to state, that lu Older to provldo a
-uitahlc hrleU biillillug and fiiiuUh it,
will iriiilre about -SI "i.OCO: that a giniit
of 5,((MI has been voleil by the l.el
Inure of isHU, conditional upon Ilie
building of a new "Hoine" within live
yeais iioui Dial date: that ?a,(njil lias
'l een received Iroiii .Ml. Maria Hack,
feld donaleil in ineiuoiy oi'lier l.llf lllls
b.iuil Henry Haekfebl: Hull the 1'ie-i-ilenl
of the Board olTriMces has pledg
ed dl.nnu, provided that i7.tHH) can be
raised lo complete tho reipiiied amount
n mud 'above, I. e. .sl.'.Ooo, and tint the
I Committee will bo flail lit receive .iib
', -e.iptions with either of tliem or at l he
Bank of Ilishop Co., lu aid of a cause
which lias much in It to eomnieud itself
to tliN community.
, II. I DILI.IXlillAM,
.1. B. ATIIKKTOX.
JOHN II. I'ATY,
P. W. HAMOX.
Ilniiolulu, Deo. Ill.lhhO. ! 1:5 ill
B. FRANK B. AUKBBAUH Ins
this ilny been adinillid a piiituer
ii our lirni.
.T. K. IIBOWX A CO.B
Honolulu, Dec. l,lSli. -I'i'i lm
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
ictiiin alt the protnimnu paid witli interest ; or, instead of nccepling the policy and prolits in cash tho loan I Holder
may, WITHOUT MKDICAL KXAM1NATION and WITHOUT FUUTIIKU PAYMKNTOF l'UKMIU.MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and prolits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Hemeinber, Ibis contract is issued by the oldest Life Iiisiir.uice Company in tho United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution In the World, itb assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollaia.
tiSy For full particular call on or
AH T :
ft . PMUM .-and-. PI
a a "Wlflifcafilifa d Ulllfl
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATEK,
(liner Als, Hop Ale, Dnialliiio, RosDbBrryMB, Samparillii, Mineral Walers, Etc.
s&- All coiiiiminlmitloiiM ami orders should 1m addressed io
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
111 the Business Center of Honolulu !
'I'lie alliuilion of Capitalists, Tiuslces and Beal Kelate IiivchIoi.m, is callul lo
oiii of the most iuipoi laid Hales of Ileal Kslate, for luiMiiemi
bluekt, evei held in Honolulu; (lie ptopeily bei if;
ritualod in tho beai t of the oily
ami lioiiuded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
The uudciMjMicd has leeeived iiisliiietious lo oll'er for sale by
auelion, nl bis Halesioom, (Jiieou stieel,
On Saturday, Jan. 13, 1890,
jVT ISi O'0J..OCIC NOON,
The whole of that VALUABLE CITV PBOPKUTV, known as the
(Kcoepliug oulv the corner lot on N'liunuu and Hotel si renin, owned bv
Mr. .lames Olds)
Containing' in all 16,000 Square Feet.
This is Ilie most compact and dei-irable piece of property in Honolulu,
and being Hitiiiited in the beail of the lelail businei-s quailer of the city,
betwuon the two main atleries of trallie, (Fort and Nuuanu slteets), hauling
to and fiom the wharves and haibor, it will have u value for all time, and
therefore liohlh out unusual inducements to oapilnlirts, as a lemuueiativo
and perinaiieiit investment.
The main fiwnluges of Ibis piopeily aie -10 fi'et on Nuuanu slieet, 'J!l
feel on Hotel stieet mid I2.r feet on Bethel stieel, which three streets
have been recently widened by the (iovernnicnl to !() feet each, and linely
inae.iiliiiiiii.ed null graded lliioughoiit, leudoiiug them tho iiuest thorough
f ires in tlio eily. A new si i eel of 12 feet width, which runs tbiougli the
center of the piopcrt) fiom Niimiiiu to Bethel streets, has been donated by
the owner of (he block, and this will give additional slreel frontage of
1.1,0 feel on one side of the new street and !1 fool on the other, to all the
lots to be sold, leaving no lot wilhoul a valuable street fioulage null lo some
of Ibem very desirable ami valuable street, eoi nets.
Another advantage of this line property ns an investment, is ils excel
lent sanitary condition, ami being on the highest parl'of tile city, makai of
Hotel stieet, it will haw excellent dinimigc for buildings. eieetel then-on,
and beinj: of siillieieut elevation, peimits the construction of deep eellars,
on account of being beyond tho leach of tide water.
The block has been slib-divided into building lots, punilieiing 1 to 12
ns enu bo seen on a largo new fitiivcy map, now on viewMiitiy Snlewoom.
The title lo (be pruporiy is perfect. Terms of saje'iiio'jonc third cash,
one thiid one year and mic thiid iwo years, witli inteiesl, at '(! per cent per
aiinuiii. t f i
An examimi ion of this piopeily K solieiled, and Js;i'onTuleutly reeoin
tiiended ns u poini.inently roniiuienitive investment. t
For fuller p,n lieul.iis and
i:. It.JllKN'nuv. Piestdeul iV Manager.
liouriiKV ItuowN. Heeie'iuy iVTieaiiner.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
II. I Al I'l'KD.)
Oppo. WpoeelioL.' Hank, : B'orl :Hroct, aiitnnuiiii.
IMI'OUTKHH and DKALKILS IN
Hardware, :- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Cliandoliors, Kleeloliurs, Lamps A Lamp Kivtiiios,
J'uints, (Mis A Niiini-lies, Lnnl Oil, Cy'lind"r Oil, .
I'owder, Slml v Caps, Maehiuiflouded Cattridges, Oliiiiiiboriuiu'rt Palcnt ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver 1'lnlcd Waio, Table A l'oeket Cutlery,
Plows, l'laulcis' Sicel Hoes, and other Agricultural implements,
IIANDLKS OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of ETOY DESCRIPTION !
Hail's Patent "Diiple." Die Stock for Pipe A llolfOuttiiiK,
.Manila A. Sisal Hope, Rubber Hose,
Who Bound Kublmr Hose, Spinelor-giip;
HpiinkltiiH A Sprinkler Stands,
Union Melnllio Caitiidgo Co,, " .'
Hailinaii's Steel Wiie Fence A Stool AVirn Ulatu,
"New Piooess" Hope, . ,
Win. O. Fishei's Wiought Stool Bangcs, Neal's Carriugo Paints,
dale City Stono Fillers, ' '
"New Pioeess" Twist Drills,
nr i--2-SJ) Hail's Palout 'Jiipox" Die Stocks.
OF NEW YORIi
-MANUFACTU KHKS OF
inl'oi matioii apply, In h
.Ioiik K.V.V,- Vloi'-Preslileut.
t'licu. Buovij.', Auditor.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Skill 111 Wirili
UfAIIU Rl HIS
i.. .i. i.r.vr.v,
Saturday, Jan. I I, 1 800
Fiisl iippoarntire or the Ite.
BOSTON IDEAL CO.
Further particular on arrival of
8. H. Acatialla, ,Ihm. IDiIi.
K8T" Box plan for reserved st-iis for
the 8:iM)ii in now open
EST Box plan lor luservid seats for
opening uiglil will lie open on Siitiiriluv
morning, .Ian. 11th, al I) o'clock, at L. .1.
Levey'H ollice. 4!W tf
The Lessees of Lots
siTUATi: in Tin:
Are hereby uotitled thit the Association
Is prepared to
Grant a Renewal of their Lease hi
30 Years from date,
Upon presentation of proper title deeds
and Ilie payment of a iinnii.
CWAppllraitions lo be made to W. II.
A. H. CLEOHOnX.
President Kapiolani Park ABso'ii.
Honolulu, Doc 17, 188'. -Hi!) ln
LOVEJOY ci GO.,
13 .uuaiiu HI.. Iloualulii.
Offer for sale nt unusually low prices, a
full assortment ami best brands of
Ales, Wines, Boers, Spirits, &c.
BSyHavhig been appointed by Messrs.
l.aclinHii & dacolil of San 'Francisco
their jjole Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
we are enabled to offer their justly
Celebrated Wines to our friends and the
public at very low rate. 431 lm
E AVI NO bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in thu "Honolulu Carriage
M.uuiiiiot'iry," at V23 Fort btieel, lam
prepaid! to continue, the above liiiElnes
under the old name of Honolulu Car
riage ManufiKitoiy, and being an old
experienced carriage builder 1 (solicit
Hie patronage of my old trleiula and the
nubile In general, and with my thorough
knowledge ul' the buulneas and with ex.
piirleuf.cd workmen and lining only the
bfht mnteriiil I guarantee general uatla
faction. Please call uml see m'e'hcl'niu
(.Signed): OIDEON WKST.
Honolulu. Oct. 38, 1880. It'.ll If
NOTK'K Is heieby Iven to all per
miiis that on the llOth day Decem
ber, 188H, a meeting of the Moeklinlder
of the Hawaiian PnclMc Cable Co wu
hold at the Olllco of K. O. Hall Sou,
Limited, Honolulu, and at said meeting
It was voted by t-ald .stockholders to
accept a charter of incorporation Krnnt
ed to them iiiuler the corporate mime
am) stylo of "Hawaiian Paelllo Cable
( o " November 15, 18H0, ami that the
corporation under paid charter there
upon organized themselves and elected
the following olllcura:
.1. Sherman Bartholomew of Honolulu
Hon. Kdgiir Crow Baker, SI. P., of
Victoria, B. O Vice-President
K. (). Wldlo of Honolulu Secretary
1'iank A. Dudley of Niagara Falls, N.
Win. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor
Notice is further given that pursuant
lo thu terms of said charter, "No stock
holder shall Individually he liable for
the debts of thu Corporation beyond tho
amount which shall be due upon the
the shaie or shafts held or owned by
himself." K. 0, WIIITK,
III lm Secretin v,