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?W IV. ..27lo.
I SHALL DC SATISFIED.
After th toll it ml turmoil
And tliunnnulnlmf trust belled.
After thu lilirdtn uf wiary can,
Unfiled lotiRlnc". iincrantitl pMjr-rs!
After tlio passion nml fever nml fret,"
After thn nculfljr of vnln reRrct,
After tlie hurry ntnl heat of rtrlfo,
Tlio jrcirnlnj r.ud toxins tint Wn
Faith that mocks and fair hopes denied.
I 'hull lin tutlnxl
Wlieti the Roldcn bowl Is broken
Attlietunny fountain sldo;
When thn turf tic? preen rnd t old nboo
Wro iftnn taorrow nml loss aud lowi;
When thi Rival dumb walU of rIi-iico Btntul
At tho door of tli- utulfacovercJ hurt;
When nil tt u ham left In our olden place
Is nn empty clialr and n i Icturrd face,
Wimp thn prajerls ended, nn I tho sigh It
. I fchall bo satisfied.
OLD MEEK AVENGED.
At Meyer's CroBB Ro.tds. Tcnn., a de
serted shanty marks the spot whew
thcru once flomished u gri'Ut.tonnnerci.tl
emporium. Tills buiy mm t of merchan
dise was presided over by ft wheezing
old follow wlp was known us Meek Ben
der. Ilia whole lifo bi'ctnq to have been
a continual round of apology. Ilia fear
was not of a di ought, which might in
jure trade, or or an overflow of the
-creek, which might wash his house
away, but that he might at some
thoughtless time wound the feelings of
-his fellow man. His name was John,
bflt his habit of estiemo care, his man
ner, which had been refined into gentle
ness and then boftened Into timidity,
brought to him the name of Meek. Hia
business was good, for there was no
other htore in the community, yet he
was always hard pushed The fact is he
was too timid and too much afraid of
giving offense to refuse credit, and when
ciedit had Iven given ho was too gentle
to ask for thettioney which was due him.
Even people that weio regarded a3 strict
ly ltoucbt weio not slow in imposing on
Tho back room of Meek's store was
tho wet day gathering place for the
neighborhood Contracts for the yeai
were drawn up thee, and many an old
scoie had been settled in that dingy back
room. When the weather was cold and
when tho fire burned low no one would
offer to go out and bring in wood fiom
the rick, u bhort distance away, but
some strapping follow would call old
Meek, no matter Ikhv busy ho might be
"Here, old boy. you will have to calk
up thi3 toom to keep the lite from get
ting out if yon don't mind." ' v.
"Gentlemen." he wdfild replyC.in'' a
most apologetic manner, "you must
really excuse, mo. You'll pardon me.
won't, you? I will do better in the fut
ure." One day 'Lige Parker came into the
storo, and calling old Meek aside said:
"Meek, I've got to liavo $2V
" 'Ligo." Meek answered, with embar
rassment, "you know that if 1 had it
you could git it."
"What, haven't yon got it?"
"Not to havo my life, 'Ligo."
"Oh. comj now. Meek. Who ever
hearn of you bain' out of money? The
rest of us mout be hard up, but you air
alius fixed Lvt me have twunty-fivo."
" 'Lige. I lent the last cent "I had this
"Go and look in the drawer. Meek. 1
reckon you'll find home sneakin' round in
"1 took out the last cent. 'Ligo."
"Wall, dang it, go an' look when I tell
'Lige followed him to tho money
drawer. The old manimlled tho drawer
open and bitid, "Thar now, 'Ligo, don't
you tee thar ain't none?"
"Thar ain't none, sho 'niiff. Who did
you lend it to?"
"1 don't likt to say, "Lige."
"Oh. it'iTr.11 right. What difference
can it maker"'
"None, only I don't like to be tellin'
who 1 lend money to."
"Come, tell mo. I won't Bay a word
"Not a word. "Lige?"
"Not a Binglo word."
"Wall, I'll tell you, jestto 'commodate
you, but pleaso don't mention it. Jim
Henly come to mo this morain' an'
lowed that ho inubt have twenty-five,
an' I let him havo it, although I've got a
bill that 1 must pay this week or shut
up the house."
"Jim Henly, eh? W'y, ho oughtor
have pleuty money. Ho'a got 6omo colta
that he can bell any time fur a good
price. Say, when ho pays you back will
you let me havo tho jwenty-fivo?"
" "Of course, 'Ligo, you know I'll let
you havo it us wion as I get it,"
That afternoon 'Ligo met Jim Henly
In the road. "Ilcllo, Jim, which way?"
"Oh, borter ridin' roun' for my health,
us tho toller 'lowed when ho was gittin'
outen the way of the sheriff."
"Didn't know but you was goln' over
to old Meek's."
"Wall, I didn't know but I mout ride
over that way befo' tho thing is done
"Goin' to pay him that money, I reck
"What money?" Jim asked in sur
prise. "Tho twenty-five ott borrowed from
"How tho devil do you know I bor
rowed any inony from him?"
"You won't say uothlu' ubout it, will
"No. Go ahead."
"Wall, i was over to tlio store thin
moniin'. un'the old man wan sorter com
pluiniii' about n bill Iio'h j;ot to pay or
shut up the hoiiKO. Buhl he needed the
monev ho let you have,"
"Ah, hu, thu old fool is Hirudin' It
'round that ho let mo luue a few dollar
"Not particularly purudln' it, Jim.
llo 'lows that In ntiilH i he money, mi' I
roclton lie do Don't my uothlu' ubout
It, but If ) on run rubu llio money, w'y
go nn' ujt It to him. Will), ho long."
It win a uliilly o filing. A number of
tlie"l-ojc' tat In old Muili'n buck luom
"You'vyut mo fudud now," mid Alf
89ty, buuciilm lujMiiirda. "(Jot w
down wlwr Uio ground Is tnkrbty roelty.
tlt-llo, Jim Htonly, how ulr tiiay comln'?
Sqnnt ntnl Ulru n hand."
"Whar la old Meek?" Ilenly asked.
"Gono out to trit some wood. I b'liove.'
Meek ramo In and put n back log on
"W'y, howdy. Jim," paid tho old man.
ai ho brushed tiff hla sleeves. "Sortei
chilly an' paft outside."
Jim stood looking et him. Aftern while
he remarked. "Y i, it llttlo chilly, but
not n lfiucli so as it will bo If people
don't ntop talkin about thar betters."
'Anything wrong. Jim?" tho old man
" Yes. thar Is. Thar'a a blanio Bight
"What Is it. Jimmy?" the old man
asked, almost affectionately.
"Why, it's thi, an' 1 want you to nn
deistan' mo when I say it. If you doii't
stop blowln' an' a-biioitin' about leiidm'
mo that money I'll shut off your air.
Oh, you needn't.try to look liko a sick
kitten. You've been talkin' about me,
an' you know if. ivn more'ii tliat, I don't
Intern! to let jou lit' out of it. Don't
say a word, you old blathciskito. The
tongues of old foon iiaye caused me
enough trouble lately caused mo and
my wife to part shut upl"
Old Meek had attempted to say some
thing. "Jest stan' thar an' tako youi medi
cine, as I am a mind to give it. You
havo been plnyin' tho hypercrit with ua
long enough, an' mo for one ain't goin'
to stand it no longer. Don't say a woid,
I tell you don't open your chops. You
git ubout yvor cent that's mado In this
neighborhood, nn' then when a mm
wants a little accommodation you go
around an' blow about it."
Every one gazed jjj Jim, but not u
word was bpoken. The violence of Jim's
temper was well known. No one moved
except Alf, and hei talcing out hii buck
horn handle, knife, began to cut ojT a
chew of tobacco.
"Yes." Jim went on, "we've bceu
thinkin' all nloug that you w.h go harm
less when we mout 'a' knowod that you
was it tihiiketn the giass. What, jou
will say somethin', whuther nol By
G d, I'll show j oul"
He snatched the knife out of Alffl
hand, and. so quickly that a v.ido awake
oyo could scarcely follow his motion
stabbed the old man.
Jim spiang through tho door and dis,
appeaicd in the daikness. They1 took
old Meek from the tloor and tenderly
placed him on thu bed.
"Alf." said tho old man, "I've bled on
your hand, but 1 couldn't help it, Alf."
The boys were in tho back room of the
stoio Bitting up with the old man. Sev
eral days had elapsed an a physician
who had jur.t left thought ho might re
cover. Ho was testing quietly: the boys
weie playing cards.
-"Want anything, Meek?" Alf asked.
"No, 1 don't want nothin', an' above
allI don't want to interrupt tho game,
buF 1 jest wanted to tell you that I be
lieve that 1 am dyin'."
"Oh, I teckon not," Alf replied, get
ting up, but when ho reached the bedside
the old man was dead.
"Who's thar.-" Jim called, opening the
door nnd gazing into tho daikness.
"Alf an' tho boys." camo tho reply.
"What do you want, boys?"
"Come out here."
"What's up?" ho asked when he came
to tho goto.
"I don't understand."-
"But yon shall. Meek la dead."
"Cy. hand mo tho rope." haid Alf.
Tho men that wero putting tho grave
clothes on old Meek tho next morning
could look t'aiough tho door tho door
thiough vhie'i ho used to bring in wood
and sew Jnn hanging from a tieo.
Opie P. Read hi Arkansaw Traveler.
Soldier' Indian Hardship.
In a laud of leeche i you should think
twice before wading in water. Other
wise you may emerge with u shaggy cov
ering of jet black. Something liko this
has happened to two British warriors in
India, Privates Speed and Davis, who,
having left Bareilly for a day's bport and
Jost their way, wero fastened upon by
the leeches in the pools which they hud
to cross barelegged. Tho two soldiers
wandered about hopelessly for niriodays
Bareilly is near the jungles of Nepaul,
tho favorite home of tho tiger; but bo
fore the tune days wero out Davis and
Speed would havo given a year or two of
their lives for tho sight of an honest wild
is a marvel that the two did not die
of hardship. Tho heat in upper India
In July is bimply terrific. Yet the two
survived it, exposed to tho sun's i.tys
during the day. Bleeping in the open air
at night. Not u village did thoy come
across, not a human being, lor the whole
region was submerged by tho yeaily
floods They began by cutchiiur butter
flies, ami they finished off by being found
nine-tenths dead beeide the metals of n
railway lino The first solid food they
had In nine days was two "chupattles."
A chupatty Is a wheaten cako, not un
like it Bcotiih bannock. Them's nothing
ubout the restowttivo "pig," but doubt
leas it came in time. London Mews.
Tim MiiMiruot for Chuloru.
The Russian government has sent bev ,
erul physicians to Asia Minor to make
experiments in tho treatment of cholera
with feiulu stimbul, or muskroot, u
plant which grows in Turkebtan and
which potu.'M(H ceituiu utitj-hpumuodlc
properties, it formerly enjoyed cjultu u
reputation in Gi tinany mid Russia ua a
remedy lor cholera, but has fallen out
of use ill lecent times, Even its mime is
npw unknown to most pruutitloiiotH in
tlioe count! iw, although tho plant is
still legarded populiuly us nil elllciont
dlurrhu'ti medicine. Chicago Nuuu
I'iiiiiI fur .MiittlMllim,
Areuptod Suitor Ami did you ruturn
all tln;ilu; to tliugeiitluiuuii tu wlium
you have Ik n.i uuyujfodf
Huu Wliy dtiyuu uppow J bueiuuo
cntfugtd no uiuny tluiuV UpooU.
tCopyrl'iH' h tnerlian Prs Association 1
rii t 1H thnKulfpl iliut nt.il I,.,.
Hidden In the midnight's
Sound tlio lielU nirosi tho Rnow
Through the casements of mj
And I cry u htltho Amen I
To tho burden of their lay.
Ah they miirIus BCem to Ray
S mitt CI mi 1ms como again.
How tho belH Imprint a smllo
On tho chll I In happy Kleepl
How they f.lcp!si souls besullo
i they hotuid from deep to dcepl
How they preach to w eiry men
drown hair hopolcv. Itli tho yenrsl
How thiy teach, 'intd Joj ous tears,
Bantt CUus lia9 cmno ujnlnl
For too often caro u-i 1 dmibt
With their bhadonry Klitei, iitlu,
Casting darl.nes.j nil about
Quench tho sunlight of tho brain
So a Joy .-ome3 o'er mo then
Which no nords can cvei fraiuo,
When tho merry bells pioclalm
Bauta Claua has como again
Tit methlnLs that Santa Claus,
Though unseen, dnells ever near,
Alul through nature's august laws
Driu-js unceasingly good choer;
And tint all tho sons of men.
If they listen In this lire,
Hear nbovo all earthly stnfo,
Santi Chin has como again
Tor I sea without, r ltliln.
Something whoso i toUlless might
Slow ly crushes strife and sin,
Aud ith m Udom aids tho right
So, no natter what has been,
Will 1 1 now that cry hour.
Clad in swLOtness, lovo nnd power,
Santa Clnus has como again
William H. S Fales.
A Kcduertl Appotlto.
Mr. Bingo What part of tho turkey do
you want, Tommy?
Tommy Bingo (who has been stufllng
himself wllh candy all tho morning) I
don't know us I wuntnny (hesitatingly) I
don't feel Mjry hungry.
Mr. Bingo Come, that won't do. You
must cat something, my faon.
Tommy Well, you might give mo n
drumstick and a wing and some of the
breast aud n llttlo btufflng and gravy and
and tho wishbone. I know I couldn't
eat any nioro than that.
Tho Lust of tho Hxploror.
Ujoobu Bung (of thu Cannibal Isles, at
Christmas dinner) My dear, what part do
His Spoiibc Thu funny bono, please.
Ujoobu Bung I don't think ho has any.
I heard him say tho other day that at orto
time ho was u professional humorist.
Ilor X.lttlo SurprUo.
Mr. H!obbn I stipposo this bill is for my
Christmas present. But where on lartb Is
Mrs. Dlobbs I thought I would surprise
you with thu bill first.
Putting It 1'leusniitly,
Tailor Hero It U OliiUtnm lime, aud
sou butuoviud HiU bill sliiu) butt Murch
1)0 I niuluniUiiid tills to bu it nifukul, sir)
TruvuM-Nol nt nil. It. U what I call m
i OhrUtiau rttrulu,
.&i .wm" u..,iv iv
I 1 h- J X P
it! f K
c a w j v
I., FKIUAY IfiVEiSlNG,
iMnuutbsion Mo1 jiiaula.
J OUH T WATMllHOUHK,
' tuiportpr and Deulut In Uenora
'trcliHiidlte, (ueoi) t , H" nittbi 1
WILD 15 II ft UO,
Diulor-t in Lumber, i'fllnts
lis, Natl-,, Saf and Itiitlilltift MiterlaU
it uvery kind, cor KurtTuid (Jiie sts.,
i. N C'llll .1 B. tie 111, l I . I HMll
ASTLE ,U OOOKJl
- "Sluiiplti! ami l')iiiuintl
rclmiiu. Imiiuttera anil l)ntitrtit
euerul ,Mrr ha il'su, Nn SO Mtii- si
OUOlUill " i
Lov urs, K. J. Lowiuj
U. M. Lou lit.
LlfiWKtta 6t UOUKli,
(Buceissors to Luwers & DilKluh,
imporuriiuil Ui aiurH in Lutubi-r and a,
Kinds ol Building Materials, Fori street
UUNOLiUIjU IKON WOKiito
sMiuiii iniiius, uugur mills, boii
.u uuier, u ui, brass anil leau cub
iga, aiiiuhiuci ol i:ury liucripttoi
isiit. to .iiiii-i t'.ulUuilnr attcutiou pun
aliip, bl ii.-h, jiniihmg Job work exi
ili.d at short uolitc
Ub.iut.ii Com mission AyoutB.
Q. iff. MAOAaLANiJ & Co.
iMt'OKl'tCUS AND (JtMMLSSHr
Qucu street - tlm olulu. II
GONSALVBS & CO.,
Wholesale Qrocars & Vino Monihant."
Beaver Block Honolulu.
OBRBWEB St OOMPa.N7,
iKNKKAL MKUOANllliK AN1
i Commission Au&.ni-
LIST OP OFKICKKfi
P. 0. Jonks, Jr. . . . President & Mauugc
. O. Oaiituh Tri uM-rer & Scorelar,
Hon.C. U. Bismii' SO Ai.t.KN
T M. MONSABRAT,
Attorney at Law &Notaiy Public
Merchant stieet, Honolulu. S
f ALFRED MAOON,
,ttiune ml.iiw is No buy Public
t'2 .Meielisuil siieel, Honolulu, ly
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
A-ltoir-iiey-tit - Law
HONOLULU, II. I.
Ofllce over Bishop's Link. 64C tf
Will practice In tho lower ouits of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing lu UI I its brtmcties, leutingof houses
aud any otlior business entrusted to lilni.
Ofllce: 91 Kiujisiicet; upstalis.
E2 ilJ a
A NATUIIAL Mineral Water.
XI. sale only by
XV. &. LUCE,
Sole Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. 023 tl
G-ustav &: Schuman
Carriage Trimmer. ,
No. 79 & 81 : : King Strefft
At XV. Wright & Sou's
Having reuuivid tt lull ussm Uncut ot
fJarriuge rriininiug MaietbiU from tin
Rust, 1 mi pro ured tooxeeuiuall ordcre
wlili Ile'ltno anil despatch -it verj rea
ou ililc iites,
tl. A hi IUMA.N
upr 7 0 l
Fort Street House,
181 JPovt r-ti-f!t.
Is tho family hotel of Honolulu. All
llio coinfons of liouiu,
Itooma with or without Board.
Board, per week, aeeoidlng toiooms
910 to 812
Traiifelent, perdiy,.., , .82 00
Single. Meals.,. CO Cents
Human (,ni;-, l.lnlit uml .lli'A. lint
and 4,'ulil lluttin.
21. II ItlKllItY,
Vol ?iu Pinpilctor.
llutiil Hi., i Honolulu.
J. II. KISIIER, Pi op.
Bo:iidumlI..od"lii. put week, (ac
coidluu' to location of iooiiih,,,
...810 00 lol2 00
Tiiuulent, per (I, iy. ,.,.,., 2 00
Tuhlu lloiiid, per u eel. ,,. 1 00
niuglu .Meals...., DO
Ii-i" Visitors will Hud tills mm of tlio
niTist itniiiioi tulihi and eoiivenlent luru&c
lu ill" elty, llio iouiiih bi'lng huge, light
mid uliy. Hot titui cold witter bittlis,
'THE ONLY PAPER r.u.l by ul !
1 ulne 'Thu Duliy llulleilu." 60
cuntu ptr month.
DKUEMBMU 2G, 1800,
CASTLE & COOKE,
, Liio, Firo & Mnrino
Insurance Agents I
New England Mutual Lift Ins, Co.,
OK 11081 ON
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
Fire A llitrim-.
f 8N KltAhClHCO. CAUFOltNU.
Ian 3 IH)
From anil after this dale, a Kuguhu J
Freight 'i'ruiii will leuvo Honolulu for
I Imiiitllinli nml unv Ul.ilt,,,iu l.,....,. I
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
gjF Hetcaflor no Freight will be
received for bhipmeiit, by Pasfcunger
Trains, except by special unungi
incnt. OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. AbliLhY, Slipt.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1890. 7!) lm
Pioneer Shirt Factory
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
The U!ider-igiied 1oi;b to inform tin
ulili.' of these IhIiukU that he h makim
!i!rt- ly le wiii-eiuoui '
OirectionR forclf.niousurement wit
bo given on application
WliltBShtrts, Overshirts & Night Go
tt guarantee l) nmkiiig h kihi.1i
htrt to ecry olllC'
Island ordar snlicitod P.ell tolpphonn 4 It
' 1 JJK.
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AN I J
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on hand the largest
Flit, Citron, PfiDBfl, Jelly
To suit tho most fastidious tasto and
ornamented in F. Horn's well-known
style and in great variety.
Of emllci-B variety of' home miuiufac
turo, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornunionlcd and plain. Alto,
Fixings for decorating Xmas
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's well-known "good quality.
AIm), for bale
MINCE -:- MliJAT,
Fancy & Plain Pastries,
IN THE OnEATi;Sf VAIW.TY.
Quarantetd to be of the richest and
purest quality; void at tho honest
pneo of only
$2 Per Whole Gallon
)flri'loiito call and convince your
self .iiid obligo,
I'rnprit'tor; Hotel, btrcot, butweun
Foil & Ntiuiinu.
k74XDa BOTH TELEPHONES C6T74
Carrlao Ilorwa For Salo I
f HAVK for tale at
I K u u I nil Jtuneh, 8
Young lloisiia and
Milieu, (if tlm beat
- bineils, leeenll) Iiiii-
ken to Inn nen,, Apply miuii by mall or
A l IVUUIUU, lVUUIltU(lUkU, vauu
-vr.wnr its in
Utueinuer 0, iuu
Will stuud for n short time nt
GreenQeld Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Dukk Si'UNCKU Is a dark buv, years
old; stands lfi hands hU;bj 'kind and
I? til T I G L 12 12 :
By Dnko or Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Sncnccr hv NoifnlL
f2nd dam Ballerina... by linn Balrownlo
3iddum lleunlc Karwnv
bi' Imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by Imp Bnlsbazzni
Oth dam Madam Bosley (Gumma's
Dam) by .Mr Kfohard
Cth dam Nancy Nlehol... by imp. Ktiglc
7th dam Bet. Iiosley
by Wilkes' onder
8th dam by Chanticleer
Oth dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam y Clodlus
11 th (lain bv imp. "Sllvereye
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Hogcr
13th dam by Imp. Partner
14th dam .x. by Imp. Monkey
lOth dam imp. mate from thn stud of
Hiurlson, of Biamlnu
tSr Best of cam taken with atiliuuU.
lu cise of accident no responsibility
will be assumed. "
W. II. ItlUKAKD,
622 tf Ilonokaa, Hawaii.
The tindeislgued having beeu iippoluted
sole agents for the Hawailau,
For Hi a Celebrated
I'lom the woiks of
Bnrham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to gle estimates and
receive oiders for these engines, of auj
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Wouks
are now unmufiictiuing a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently hem
leceivedat these Islands, and we will
have pleasuic in furniMiing plantation
agents aud mauagers with particular
The supeilonty of tbesu Locomotive
over all other makes is not oulv known
heie but is acknowledged throughout I
uiu uiuicu amies.
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., LM,
Hole Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
40.' d-124 w-ly
Watches For All !
ON A WEEKLY PAYMENT OK
WILL OIVE A
James Boss' Pilled Gases.
Theso Cages are tho bift m tho
ninrkot; uro giuininteed t bo mado
of Iwo l'liitew of 11 Curat Gold, with
Pluto Composition betweun.iind writ
ton guarantee from tlm, factory. Full
Jewelled Wiiltlmm Xl7)inirni, gua
runteed to keep lino liiiui.
Tlieto WnlcliCh uro picffiublo to
gold wiitehes, bccuuint tlm cubes mo
stifl', and perfectly bifo fui thu niou
inent. gjtfVAt'ry lucmbergute hih watch
within 15 weeks, ('nil uml t-eu our
watches. It is u tine opportunity to
got a cheap and line watch in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO,
A. J. SO HKKIUHU, .Manager.
Hotel tt , tiiidor the "Ailington."
Honolulu Sleuiii I'liulng Mills, Kspla-
Muiiiifiiclnic all kliidH of .Moulding,
Hraikuti), Window i'riiuiuH, lilluiU,
HayhuB, Doou, and all klndx of wood
work lluUli Turning, bei oil and Hand
hawliiK, All kind ofbawlnr audi
I'liuniitr. siortiuiiiK '" tenantlm,'.
tW Older piompth iittendoil to and
work L'luitiinteed. Oidurit fiom the
other Iikud ollelUd,
10 OrNTR lFI MONTM
J, W. LUNING
Corner Fort & Queen Streets.
L, K GAL
GomiDBFcial :-: Typewritine
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
or Han ft'ranrlsro,
(Proprietor of thu Kcdfcrn House, Mar-
kci street, untter i'lUaco Hotel),
-HAH ItEMOVKD TO-
No. M Beretania street,
Between l'llkol & ICeeaumoku stt.
Lades'Tailoring & Dressmaking
IZTiT A. A JItllftll J NrX.
ItldhiK Habits, Genuine Tallor-nmde
Costumes, Traveling Ulstcin, Jackets,
ull tho Latest; Designs In
Promenade and Evening Costumes,
Etc., Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Oalui ltiillwuy & Lund Co.
4 aiECIL meotliiff of tho 8tock
V lioldeiK of tlm Oalui Hallway &
Laud Co. w 111 bo held at the Chamber
of Commerce Kooins lu Honolulu, on
ni'.ii.'Ni.siiAi, uee. Ji, ihuu, at u
o'clock a. M,, for the purposo of amend
ing tho By-law a and othct Important
business. W. CASH LEY,
. Secretary O. It. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 17. 1800. 738 UX
KtllUKU RANCH, Kmi, Ha
waii. 181,000 aeroa. For
further punk-mars, apply to
rMHST-CLASS tlri'Minaken: ood
i J' pay: only cxporiomted handk need
apply, t-'oimr Fort nd Hotel vtremi
(ovur JiUrllolrilry goodi itore).
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i 1"ir i niiiiif'ii H nin iMili. i
ilrtHitiiHtlii iWf 'illirfiiHii
fill Ull .M,l ilUta,,