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P BY AUTHORITY.
Ayrtn'ubly with a published notice
o( the Rouul ol Education, of the Oth
of November last, noimal classes will
bs opened at Fort Street School, in
this city, coinmencini: on FRIDAY
NEXT, the 10th lust., at .hulf-pntt
two o'clock (2 :!!0) v. M., for the benefit
of nil teachers who desiio to ntlcnd,
and forapplicant fortcacbeis' places
iu the public school?. All public
.school touchers in Honolulu, holding
ptiinary grade certificates, will be ex
pected by the Board of Education to
attend such of these clashes as sha'.
be demounted in each case by the
person in charge of the instruction.
All other teachers will be welcome.
A meeting of nil tho public school
teachers and applicants for teachers'
places will be expected at the open
ing session on Fiiday next.
By older of the Board of Kduca
tion. W. .IAS. SMITH,
Kducation Office, .Tan. 7, 18U0.
Mil. DAVID TAYLOR has been
appointed by the Boa id of Kduca
tion, School Agent for Lahaina and
Kauai, vice Mr. T. K. Kvans who has
By older of the Board of Kduca
tion. W.JAS. SMITH,
Kdncalinn Oilice, .Ian. :t, IS'.H).
t'orelgu Oflice Notice.
Foitiuo.v On ick,
Honolulu, H. K, Jan. -I. 1SSMJ. J
Otlicial notice has been leceived
by thin Department tiom Mous.
'. B. d'Anglade, Coiiiiiiii.inru-r for
Chancellor of the CoiiMilute it Com
missariat of Fianc, having left this
Kingdom on account of ill health,
has been relieved of bis functions as
such Chancellor, as afoirr-aid; and
K LOUIS KOCH
Is no longer attached to the French
Commissariat. -Ill :t
In necoidance with Section I of
ChapterXXYII. of the laws of 1SS0,
all persons holding water piivilegcs
or those paying water rates, aie here
by notified that the water rates for
thn'terrn ending June !!0, lS'JO, will
be duo and payable at the ollirc of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
tirst of January, 1800.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due
will he subject to an additional 10
Baltics paying rates will please
pre.-eul their last receipt.
Kales are payable at the ofl'tee of
theJVater Works- in the fvapuaiwa
The .statute, allowin" no discretion
stiiclenfoiceinent of this clause will
be made. ('HAS. B. WILSON,
Siipeiinlendent Water Wotk-.
Honolulu, D.c. 21, IRS'.). Ililtf
'V 11 JE
Tl'ESDAY, JAN. 7, 190.
Chinese coffee shops in the coun
try districts are confessedly a cer
tain kind of convenience, in the ab
sence of anything better, to travel
lers and others. This is the side of
that Mihjeot which favors their exis
tence. Hut, on the other side, they are
an undeniable curse in their influ
ence upon young native girls and
native children in general, as every
one who has had the opportunity of
seeing, and has kept ids eyes open,
can testily. We are inclined to the
belief that their abolition, in nine
oases out of ten, would ho decidedly
more of a blessing than an inconvc
Jiienee. The Island ot Hawaii lins a second
Noble ticket in the field. The"
names on it are: Sam. Parker, J.
K'auhane, 15. R. Hind, K. A. Rur
chardl, .1. Marsden, and AY. II.
Purvis. The first tluee names are
aluo nominees of the. Clovcrnnient
party. The new list is put forward
ay an independent ticket. It is
neither ostensibly nor ically oppos
ed to the Administration, but inde
pendent in regard thereto, support
or opposition depending upon cir
(jumstiiticcs. Thee gentlemen are
simply nominated iu tho interests
and pledged to tho furtherance of
liberal legislation and Impartial ad
ministration: Tho ticket is coii
sJdered a ijood one,
Somebody has said think it was
liurkc, tho llritish statesman some
thing to the effect that the country
should aim nt getting n Parliament
to control tho Administration, and
not an Administration to control the
Parliament. There is wisdom in
this view, and this country would be
wise to adopt it. No matter who
are the Cabinet .Ministers, nor how
good the men may be, the fact re
mains that for n period of nearly
two years, when the Legislature is
out of session, they have absolute
control. This is u powerful reason
why we should have a legislature
willing and able to keep them within
bounds during its sessions, and wise
to restrict them by statute in a way
that they cannot assume loo much in
The lil of Inspectors of Elections
is published iu the Advertiser. The
number of government employees it
contains is enormous. If this is not
contrary to the letter of the law, it
is a violation of its spirit. Is, the
country so destitute of competent
men that the Minister of Interior
had no choice hut to appoint those
in the service of the Administration''
Not quite. In some of the small
country districts material may be
scarce. In Honolulu and other cen
tres of population men competent
and willing to undertake the duties
of inspectors are not so scatce as to
necessitate the appointment of gov
ernment olllcials. Therefore many
of the appointments made in these
places are inexcusable, and the
electors have just grounds for the
complaints which they arc audibly
breathing on this score.
IMPORTANT TO VOTERS.
The Minister of Interior publishes
an important notice, to the effect
that in certain election districts the
boundaries of which were changed
by the la--t legislature, including
the live district-, of Honolulu, "all
voters residing therein will have to
re-register before the inspectors of
election of their respective precincts,
in order to vote at the coining elec
tion." From this it appears that
the Great Register of the Kingdom
has been largely a waste of time
Section Jt3 of the election law pro
vides that : For the purpose of cor
recting the list of voters by adding
new names thereto or Htriking off the
names of such voters as have died,
removed, or otherwise become dis
qualified, the Inspectors, or a major
ity of them shall, not less than five nor
more than thirty days prior to the
date of election, hold not less than
two public meetings, of which not
less than five days' geueial notice
shall be given by posting notices in
not less than three conspicuous places
in the district, or precinct, if the dis
trict be divided, and such other
notice as said Inspectors shall deem
AVe are now but a little more than
three weeks from the day of elec
tion, and no notice has yet been
given of any meeting as requited
M'y ' Many meetings will lie
needed lor the re-registration of all
the voter- iu the live Honolulu dis
tricts, and no time should be lost in
making a beginning.
POLITICAL INCONSISTENCIES OF
Eiuiou Ri'u.iun: Since the
commencement of the discussion
under the above heading iu your
journal, much progress has been el
fecled in removing the then exist
ing inconsistencies of what now
seems to be called the "National
Reform Party" the patty formed
by the fusion of the .Mechanics'
Pnion and the Kalaiaina. In fact,
we may now expect to.see the form
er advocates of "measures, not
men" turn another somersault, and
again introduce personal polities,
both in the "organ" and on the
stump: and any one with one eye
can sec that the "fusion" platform
covers every malciial benefit pro
posed by that of the Government,
while anounciiig the advocacy of
many sorely needed principles
which tho Government, as the re
presentatives of capital, were care
ful to avoid, but against which they
dare not protest. This platform, the
popularity of whose combined claims
and professions evidently disgusts
'(simply because it is popular) as
much as it seems to surprise the
manipulators of the flesh-pots, com
prises the elements not only ot those
principles in this series of letters
advocated as necessary for the pro
tection of labor against capital, but
also to combat and destroy the ef
fects of many of the political incon
sistencies therein cniiineiated as a
part of the Hawaiian code. Hence,
upon the mrbjoot of exemptions,
thus far remaining untouched in de
tail, sufficient only need be said to
give an idea of the working and ex
tent of laws framed for this purpose
In other communities.
In England, which has given laws
to the English-speaking world, the
progress fiom the oppressive forms
of feudalism has been much slower
than in tho young nation which
i" '"-' i i?
have, grown up in new worlds. And
even in most of the Colonics Am
erican and Australasian feudalism
Btlll marks more or less plainly
the legal rights of the landlord ;
whereas in most of the American
States these rights stand upon simi
lar ground to those of any ordinary
creditor. And yet in all the Colo
nies there exist more or less liberal
laws in favor of exemption from exe
cution. Here, in Hawaii, we have
a coiupiomise between the English
and the American system in the
mutter of landlord and tenant onlv.
The fact thatthehardsliipof the more
feudul system is not very severely
felt here argues in favor ot our land
lot ds as a class, but leaves the sys
tem none the les3 open to attack.
No creditor should be allowed an
advantage against a debtor for the
simple reasii that the debtor owes
him rental, whcieas lie owes the
other man for groceries. This
seems however, only a question be
tween the creditors, and indeed it
is of little concern to the tenant,
debtor, so long as he can have no
exemption from any quarter. The
difficulties are iu no measure met-by
the Uankrupt Act which divides the
bankrupt's estate pro rata among
all his ci editors (with certain ex
ceptions still in the landlord's favor),
and leaves the bankrupt himself a
respectable share of tools or imple
nieuts of his profession or trade, in
thediscretion of tlic Court. The trou
ble is that people who are so poor
as to really need exemption limn
execution aie also too floor cither
to pay the expenses of voluntary
bankruptcy, or to lie put ' through
the Court" by their creditors. What
we therefore need is a law giving
absolute exemption to tl oc too poor
to meet the mandates of a judgment
at law. of a sufficient amount (f
tills world's goods to prevent them
selves and families from becoming
tramps, beggars, or thieves when
misfortune overtakes them.
Descending from theory to prac
tice, let us lake Ontario, indisput
ably the most prosperous and pio
gicssivc province of the British
Euipiic. The list of exemptions
from execution include (I'll, li'i,
Out. Consolidated Statutes) :
"Beds, bedding, clothing, fur
niture, utensil, dithe-, .spiunii jj
wheel, looms, etc., neees-aiy for u-i-of
(he debtor and family ; tools and
implements of profession or trade;
one cow, four sheep, two hog; suffi
cient food for self, family, and for all
exempted animals, for thiity days."
The operation of the act extends
to the family of a deceased debtor,
and even to the lamily of an ab
sconding debtor. And, being a
statute of relief, the law is at all
times liberally construed in favor of
All the other provinces of the
Dominion of Canada have exemp
tion Jaws equally liberal : and al
though their original introduction
was met by stienuous opposition
from the moneyed classes, yet after
very many operations not a single
voice can now be heard against
cither the principle itself or the ex
tent of its adoption and the tend
ency is gradually in favor of exten
sion while there lias been no known
Instance of curtailment.
Coming to the I'nited States we
find the exemption laws of greater
liberality on the average being
similar iu the Atlantic States to
those of tho Canadian province,
and increasing, in favor of the
debtor, as wo travel westward. In
Michigan, for instance, which bor
ders the province of Ontaiio, the
law is .-is follows:
(3 TiiMi. Michigan Revised Sta
tutes): "The following ptopetlv -hall be
exempt fiom levy mid sale under any
execution, or upon any other final
process of a court :
"First. All spinning wheel", weav
ing looms with the iippatatua, and
stoves put up and kept for use iu any
"r-eeond. A seat, pew or slip, occu
pied by such pei -on or family, in any
houc or place of public worship.
"Tbiid. All cemeteries, tomb-, and
rights of bin ial, while in use as h-poi-itorics
of the dead.
"Fourth. All aims and nccoiitm
incuts required by law to he kept by
any person; all weating appaiel of
every person or family.
"Fifth. The library and school
books of every individual and family
not exceeding one bundled and fifty
dollau, and all family pictures.
"Sixth. To each householder, ten
sheep, with their fleeces, and the
yam or cloth uianufactuied fiom the
same; two cows, Wvi' swine, and pin
visions ami fuel for conifoi table sub
sistence of such householder or family
for six month.
"Seventh. To each householder, till
household goods, fuiniluie mid uten
sils, not exceeding iu vahi" two
bundled and lifly dollars.
"Eighth. The tools, implements,
mateiiaU, stock, apparatus, team,
vehicle, horses, harness or othei
things, to enable any peison to e.u
ly on the profession, tiade, occupa
tion or business iu which he is whollv
or principally engaged, not exceed
ing in value two bundled ami fifty
"Ninth. A sufficient quantity of
bay, grain, feed and mots, whether
growing or othei wise, for properly
keeping fur six months the animals
iu tho several subdivisions of this
section exempted from execution, and
any chattel mortgage, bill of sale, or
other liep eieatcd on any pint of
pi opoity above described, except such
as is mentioned in tho eighth subdi
vision of this section, shall hn void,
unless such nioitgage, bill of sale or
lien bo signed by tho wife of the
parly making such moitgauo or lien
(if ho lmvn any)."
HONOLULU, II. I., JAXUA'KY 7, ljj,0.
"Section 7713 adds a family !
sewing machine to the ll&t; ami
Section 77'J1 adds a homestead, unil
"That a homestead, consisting of
any quantity of land not exceeding
forty acres, and the dwelling hoiuo
theieon and its appnrtenaneei, to be
selected by the owner theieof, and
not included in nuy iceoided town
plat or city or villuye, or instead
theieof, at the option of the ownei,
a quantity of hind not exceeding iu
amount one lot, bcinj! wilbiii a ic
eoided town pint or city or village,
and the dwelling hone ihcicou and
its appuitenances, owned mid occu
pied by any lesideut of this Slate,
shall not be subject lo forced sale on
execution, oi any other limit pioc'ss
fiom n couit, for niiy debt or debts
glowing out of or founded upon con
tract, cither expies or implied, made
after the third day or .Inly, A. 1.
1JMS. This section shall bo deemed
and ciiiistiued to exempt such home
stead iu the maimer afoieaid dining
the time it shall be occupied by the
widow or minor child or cbildiun ol
any deceased person, who wa, when
living, entitled to the benefits of lhi
There is a lage amount of legis
lation, not neccHsarv lo detail here,
tending to greatly liberalize the ap
plication of the exemptions as noted
above: while rill decisions of the
Supreme Court have t'avoied the
most liberal construction of every
pnition of the law contested. And
experience iu that, as iu every other
State of the Inion and every Pro
vince of tiie Dominion, is such that
it would be certain political death
lo any candidate for public recogni
tion, to advocate the least curtail
ment of existing exemption laws.
It is something ot this kind which
is needed in Hawaii protection to
the honest but .iitifoitunatc toiler
trom actual immediate want and
hunger through the gieed of those
ere. 'iters whose sympathy for pover
ty (Xtends only to insisting upon
the pound of llesh. The law as it
exists is a disgrace lo civilization
a law by which the bed and bread
alike of the widow may be taken to
satisfy a creditor whom no law could
force to give the credit. It is a re
lic of barbarism, on a par with llie
abominable "passport" law which
has disgraced our jurisprudence all
these years: a law which every de
cent citi.en ridicules and contemns,
but which none of our legislators
have thus far had tire patriotism lo
attack from their places in piulia
merit. It is strongly to be hoped,
however, that men who have the
political courage to pledge them
selves to a platform which sets forth
in terms, the advocacy of the rights
and interests of labor against capi
tal and this in a country where
eopital has become defiant and ar
rogant, ns no one can deny is the
ease here, in the fancied security of
their intrenchtiierits against assault
will face this question as its im
portance deserves, and never quit
hammering till they have welded
the law into such shape as will give
a decree of justice to the worthy
but unfortunate debtor.
In the Police Court this morning,
Lokana ami .John Kaulalica, alter
trial for m-saull. on (J. Nichols,
police officer, were reprimanded and
Richard Clayton was found guilty
of assault and battery on Tims.
Kowe, and scnlcucid lo imprison
ment at haul labor tor tluee mouths,
and to pay 8.'t.-U costs.
John Kapua, for assault, and bat
tery on Iona at Waialua, was sent
enced to pay a tine (.1 ."() and SI
Young Tin a" fined S10 and $1
costs for disobeying siibpmna.
One offender was fined for diunk
enness. A number f deserting contract
sailors and laborers were ordered to
return and pay costs.
Lost, Slrnyod or Stolon.
noriii.i: nomi: em.
iiu;rn Pup. IiImi-I; and
u lilt, mi h irft in tin ifinti.
751 ot'fawir." Any Informs
-Cisri ilon kTillir-'to liUrccnvi'iy
lie siiitn'i'v imviirilcd.
t ' K. It. Mi-srOCKKH.
Sugar Uoilor Wanton.
N IJxpcil lliiler "anted for Ha
"V miikiii Mill, HnT.il Aniilj
TiliiO. 11. DAVfKS A CO.
14 1 Ol
Union, Firo & Marino
Insurance Co,, L'd,
or Xcn' ZchIuimi.
- - $ 10.000.000
Fire risks lukea mi Dvvt-llinvT4. ft'W,
Slorchiiutirt. ninl llnnlt'iils tm, ktiijinr
nail Ite- Mills Miichhiery, K'c , Kie.
On HulN, Ciiigncfi nml KieigliH. l.mi
J. S. WALKER,
Aft'til fur Hawaiian Ih amk.
j. vn. 10 J
ELECTION of OFFICEllS.
I T mi iK'journeil niiiiusil mcrtlnu ot
v thu Mockholilerit ot tin Wuliubo
Co , he'd tills dntr, the following (jen
ilcinen were duly elected to tcive us
nltli er for lh casuhi;,' jeir:
Hon. II. A. Whk'iinini... President
Hon. O. N. Wilcox.. VlccPresldeut.
Won A. .blower 'I'reiiurr.
0 O. Merger. .BwTMtirv Anilimr.
O. O. HKKOj:!j,
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 16f0. -115 lw
M.nf.iOf.i)TiiM iinrniniart. iiti mwrni nninf n m
I' issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in tho 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
return all the preiniiinii paid with inleiet; or, instead of accepting the policy and piollt's iu cash the legal holder
may. W ITHOL'T .MEDICAL EXAM (NATION and WITHOUT KI'RTIIER PAYMENT OF PUEMIEMS, lake iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in Fl'I.LY PAID I'P insurance, participating annually in dividends.
lleiiiember, this contract is issued by the oldest I ile Insurance Company iu the Eniled Stales, ami the Lai
yest Financial Institution iu the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dolbm.
C For full particulars call on or
It M II $ a fr r
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LP a tvl 1 jC"A Ft K IT9i IF f f? EJ I Cft M ffl H R H ?fc tf& Kfii H
LmWUj . UBS Owl . CIBBU . f LrsBBl . &tJJ,
Solo Proprietor of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipi' ile, Hon Mb, Giiailiiis, Baaofetrnraio. Sarsaparilla, Mineral Walars, Etc.
stir All com inuntostl ions and orders slionul bo udtlroased (o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
triTi ifcHiri -) riff
Siisiness Center of Honolulu !
Thc attention of Ciipit.iliritb, Ttustees and Real Ktate Investing, is called lo
out of the most impoiliint .alcs of Real Relate, for Im-ines
block, ever held in Honolulu; the properly bei rg
Mtuatcd in the bcait of the city
and bounded by
Nimanu, Hotel and Bethel Streets.
iiuileridKiicd has received instruetioiiH to ofl'er for Nile by
auction, at bis Salesroom, Queen street,
The whole of that.
corner lot on
(Rxceplintj only the
.Mr. .lames Old.s )
Containing- iu all 18,000 Square Feet.
'Ibis if the most, compact and dcsiiublc piece of property in Honolulu,
and being Mtu.ilcd in the fie.it t of the ict.iil business (pnuler or the city,
between the two main allelic of trullie, (Fort and Niiuauu nt recti.), binding
to and from tho wharves and baibor, it will have a value for all time, ami
tlieieloie buhls out unusmil inducements to capitalists, as a remunerative
and pcimaiieut iuvc.Mment.
'I be m tin fruitage ot thi. properly aie !() feel on Nuuanu rdieet, fill
feet, on Hotel itrect mid l'2." feet 00 Retbel street, which three hlreeta
have been leeently widened by the (ioverimient to -10 feel each, and finely
iiiac.idiinii-id ii i it t gr.id'd Ihioughoiit, tendering them' the finest Iboioitgb
f tre.Mn the city. A new .stieel of 1U feel width, which runs thiough the
center of the propeity tioiu .Vunmiu to IJe.thi'l sticele, has been donated by
the ouner of the block, and this will give additional Mieet fron'age of
1 1.1 leel on one .side of (In new rticet and III feet on the other, lo all the
hits to be cold, leaving no lot viiln.,il n valuable stieel fiontnge and to some
of them vety desirable and valuable .'licet coineis.
Another advantage of this line pinpcity as an iuve.simeiit, is it h excel
lent Miuitiiiy conditions, and heitig ,n t lie highest part nf the city, niakai of
Hotel sheet, il will have excellent drainage for buildings elected thereon,
and being of Millieient elevation, petuiita the eonMuictioii of deep celluts,
on account of being beyond the teach of tide water.
The block bus been sub-divided inlo building lots, mtuihnting 1 to 'l
as can be een on a huge new survey map, now on view at 'my Halesioom.
The title to the pi peiiy is peifect. Teints of sale are one thitd cash,
one lltiid one yeir , -mil one tbiid two ye, iic, vulb interest at Ii per cent per
An examina ion of lhi. ptopeity is solicited, and in cmUiilenlly recom
mended iih a p.-tmancutly leiuunetative investment.
gpSsT" I'm fuller p.utieulaiN and infotnialion apply In
JAS. F. MORGAN,
K. R.iJIIr.Nnuv. President A. Mannger.
t.'iiiniKV lluow.s. .Secre arv A 'fieisuiTi'.
IWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
;;. rtpieciiel' t:tuk, : Fr.rt Mli't'Pt, IBonoJiitti.
IMl'ORTF.RS and PKALKKS Uf-
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
(.'hanih'liois, Kleetolieri', Lamps A Lain) KixturWj'
I'aintH, OiU & N'arnislies, Laid Oil, Cylindnr Oil
Powder, Shot & Cups, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING --. GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planteirt' Steel Hoes, and other Agricultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
HnitV Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe & h)U Outling,
Manila u. Sisal Rope, Rubber IIoho, ' ?
Wire Round Rubber Hose, Spinctot-giip; ' .
Spiiitllein & .Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Call ridge Co.,
llattmau'rt Stool Wiie Fence & Steel Wire Mais,
"Now Process" Rope,
Win. (i. FMitsi'. Wmiight Steel Ranges, NcalV Caniage Painla,
(late City Stone Filtein,
"Now Process" Twist Diills,
nov-i!!) R'. Ilarl'n Patent "Duplex" Die Slockf,
B iiiu YV PI B H& UU U9A H jo
H&. OS M
03F WI3TW YORK
w a w H si a & w
lAsUiAiyVlJ 1 1 W LiS OF
LulQID '' li:VCT' i
Jan. 18, 1390,
li O'CLOCK NOON,
YALPAULK CITY l'ROPKRTY, known as the
Xuu - inu and Hotel htrenU, owned by
John Kna, Yiee-I'iesldenr.
Cp.dii, Riti.., Ainlhur.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Saturday, Jan. I I, 1890
Kirnt nppeanilire of Hie Re.
BOSTON IDEAL CO.
Further particular on at rival of
S S. Australia.. Inn. lfltli.
i3f Rex plan for reM'rviil ceals for
lite Benson is now open
C5?" Rex plan for reservtd seats for
opening tilglit will lie open on rviturdHV
morning, Jan. lllli, at 0 o'clock, at L. J
LovuvV nfUco. 4HH tf
The Lessees of Lots
Niri-Air. in tiik
Aiu hereliy nntifled tlevi rlie zVunclnlinn
is prepiired lo
Qrant a Itonewal of their lease f jc
30 Years from date,
Upon ptcMi'ilrttion of proper title deeds
mid the piivinetit ol u nomi
tA.Appliciillntis lo tie mude to W. 51.
I'le.sldeiil Kapiolant 1'iirk Aso'n.
Hoiinliilti, Dec --7, laH'l. 4-0 fin
LOVEJOY & CO.,
in Xiiiiniiii Ml., lluniiliilu.
Offer for sale at unusually low price-:, a
full sisMiriinent and lnt hrunils of
Ales, Wines, Beers, Spirits, &c.
C.'L'ivhu; lii'en appointed by .Messrs.
I nclitmn it Jaeolti nf San 'Francisco
their Mile Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
we are eimhled to offer their justly
Celebrated Wines to our li lends and the
public at very low rules, -tat lm
HAVIN'C. bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Cuniage
Mioiufactory," at 12-J Fort street, I am
piepmed lo comltmo tho above liuslnobs
under tliu o'd inunu of Ilouolulu Car.
iliiju Mauufactoiv, and lining an old
experienced catriiigo builder' I solicit
thu pstKiniige of my old friend) aud Uie
imblin in geneinl, aiel with my llinrotigh
knortlcdeu of thu business and with ex.
pciici!-ed workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general sails,
faction, l'leiiie call unit see. inn before
(sigtutl): OIDKON WEST.
Ibiiio'itlu. Oct. US, IHSil. :i!l If
M&n A KIMJNISIIIR) Room,
W-VSM V whit or nlihriiil hnutil,
LvSSi?aS In a privme family. Cms
pass the door. Inipilie at this oilice.
VCOITAOK ut Niuliule.
wal, t'libitua, next door
to W. Aubl's premises, con-
talnlng kitrheti, stable, carriage louse
and other conveniences. For I in titer
piiiticularti apply to
A win out Btoie. Minions, en oiieef.
V RyPRS. Ferdinand SchlesbiRci and
i'l Sub Lesser aie admitted as
parinuis In our linn.
M. PHILLIPS fc CO.
Honolulu, .Jan. 1, laia). W lw