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MiiwwiiiMyifi'iiSuo )Vwfi'iM'i)iiwi Ui''ifyT'iii i
E. M. WaUh, Esq., hits this day
been appointed Chairman for the
Road Board of tlio District of Wal
men, Island of Kauai, vice P. L.
Tho Board now consists at followt :
E. M. W4.LSH, Chairman;
F. W. GLADE,
O. N. SPENOEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllco, Dec. 2J, 1890.
Foreign Office, )
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1890.
Ool. the Honorable CURTIS PI
EHU IAUKEA has this day been
appointed Secretary of tho Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
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Sealed tendors will be received at
the Interior Office until SATUR
DAY, December 27th, 1890, at 12
o'clock noon, for furnishing to tho
Insane Asylum the supplies named
in the following schedules for tho
term of six months from January 1,
HEQUIKEMENT, SAY :
Beef, Fresh 4,500 lbs
Beef, Corned 900 "
Beef, Prime GOO"
Bread, Saloon 400 "
Bread, Fresh Loaves 650 "
Brooms, Steamboat -J doz
Baking Powders case
Beans 1 bag
Coffee 100 lba
Codfish 300 '
Flour 3 sks
Firewood 3 cords
Matches 1 gross
Maccaroni and Vermicelli. .15 lbs ea
Meal, Oat and Corn 100 lbs
Onions. '. 2 crates
Oil, Kerosene 5 cases
Potatoes 4 bags
Pork, Corned bbl
Rice 8 bags
Sugar 8 "
Salt 8 "
Salmon, Salt 3 bbls
Tobacco 2 kegs
Tea 1 box
Tomatoes, Canned 3 cases
Bran 5 bags
Middlings 5 bags
Rolled Barley 5 bags
Blankets 15 prs
Frocks and Pants (Cal. Over
alls) 15 "
Hats, Straw 15 "
Shoes 6 "
Bids must be made for the items
of each schedule separately.
All supplies must be delivered at
the Asylum in such quantities as
from time to time required and sub
ject to the inspection and approval
of the Medical Superintendent or his
All tenders must be endorsed,
""Tender for Supplies, Insane Asylum
Tho Minister of the Interior does
not-bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
InUrior Office, Dec. 22, 1890.
In nccordanco with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 1886.
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates, aro
hereby notified that tho water rates
for tho term ending June 30, 1891,
will be due and payublo at the office
of tho Honolulu Water Works on tho
first day of January, 1801.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they aro duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Hates are payable ut tho office of
the Honolulu Water Works, in tho
OIIAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Doc. 20, 1890, 741 tf
Honolulu, H. I,, Aug, 0, 1890.
Holdora of Water I'rlvilogoii or
Ihoso paying Water Ilatcu, aro hoioby
notillcd that tho hours Sot lining
wuljjr for Irrigating piirpouuduro from
0 to 8 o'clock A, M,, uiul -1 too o'clock
Oiub, , WILRON,
Bupt. Homo, Vtr Work,
Qi . Hl'KNOBK,
MiiUtrof lliu JuUtrior,
Sale of Lease of Government
Lands in North Kohala,
On TUESDAY, January 27, 1891,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front en
trance of Altlolanl Hale, will ho sold
at public auction, tho leases of tho
following Government Lamli in North
Kohala, Hawaii :
Opihlpan Containing un art of
479 44-100 acres.
Upiet price, $330 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Hukian Containing ou aiea of
241 7-100 acres.
Upsel prico, $109 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Doc. 27, 1890.
Office of the Boaud of Health,)
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1890. J
Sealed tenders will be received at
this office until noon, TUESDAY,
Dec. 30, 1890, for tho erection in
Honolulu of a Stable and Cottage
for tho use of tho Board, to bo fin
ished by tho 10th of January, 1891.
FlanB and specifications may be
seen at tho office of the Board.
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
President Board of Health.
The above reward will bo paid for
information which will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who shot and killed Chong
It Sing, at Waimea, Kauai, on Dec.
12, 1890. C. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Dec. 16, 1890. 737 lm
For convenience in taking the
Census, the District of Honolulu
(Kona, Oahu), has been divided into
twenty sub-division, and tho follow
ing named persons have been ap
pointed to act as enumerators:
1 William Hunt.
2 H. W. Chamberlain.
3 Rose Davison.
4 Robert Lavery.
5 Mary E. Green.
G Louis J. Scott.
7 J. Camara.
8 G. H. Chase.
9 C. F. Wolfe. ,
10 G. W. Kawananakoa.
11 George Williams.
12 D. Kua.
13 E. McGeeney.
14 W. D. Alexander, Jr.
15 John Good.
10 J. P. Iwa.
17 Rev. S. Paaluhi.
18 Nahora Hipa.
19 J. S. Keawe.
20 G. J. Campbell.
A map showing tho boundaries of
the respective sub-divisions can be
seen at tho Census Office, on the
second floor of tho Government
CHARLES T. RODGERS,
Pledtd to neither Sect nor Party,
But eitablithed for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, DEC. 27, 1890.
The Board of Health yesterday
considered the proposition from
Chicago to found a medical school
in Honolulu. It came from Dr.
Goodhue, Secretary Hawaii Medical
School Fund, Rush Medical College,
Chicago. There is some difficulty
from the wording of the letter to
know whether 100,000 has actually
been subscribed or is only promised
to bo subscribed in Chicago. In
formation is asked as to what en
couragement can bo given the project
here. Its purpose is to found a
school hero, which would furnish a
free dispensary to the poorer classes,
and afford an opportunity of study
ing leprosy. The projectors would
put up a building that would be &
credit to Honolulu. They want to
know something about medical
schools in Honolulu. Since the dis
charge of tho Molokai visiting com
mittee, the Kalihi Investigating com
mittee, and the standing sanitary
committee of the Legislature, Ho
nolulu has been running a little
short on medical schools,
Tho eye of the sclcnlillc world and
of buffering Immunity lu just now
focused upon tho quiet tuilimt
. ' . ,.,,,,, ,,
wlioio iimiiu beaiU tliU rtlol0. 'ilio
uinbruolng of Kings mill oilier royal
puppets, tho crafty double dealings
of dlplouifttliu, the flue ipiiii tlieo.
clci of tlicologlol Bfctnrioi unk
InU) oblivion when ooinjitreil nlth
tliu Iiojmj ulven lo liuiiinilty by
tiiu ijultt wul long vmtlnuttl Ubori,
1 1. mn Alt i' 1UMi ,fwft
Jlistnow likely to bdnr fruit, of the
Bdrllu avnnt. If his labor ho
crowned with a lhodornto measure
of succoss, which nt present seems
probable, future generations will
Hbo tin and bless his nntno. When
Bismarck's name idiall have been
forgotten, except by tho few, Koch
will bo a household word In every
quarter of the globe.
It Is estimated by statisticians
that one million of people dio every
year by tho ravages of tho dread
and hopeless malady usually called
consumption. No doubt much of
the newspaper publicity given in re
gard to his discoveries is sensa
tional. Most of it entirely without
Koch's knowledgo or approval ; yet
when all sensationalism bo elimina
ted, there seems reasonable ground
for the conviction that a solid sub
stratum of fact remains. This more
strongly appeals to those convers
ant witli the trend of scientific dis
coveries in diseases cognate to the
various forms of tuberculosis.
It has long been believed, and it is
now known, that these diseases are
caused by a microscopic organism
which, under favorable conditions,
multiply at an enormous rate ; and
that they attack and live upon the
healthy tissues of the body, out of
which they manufacture or secrete
a "toxin" or poison, which sooner
or later proves fatal. In many
diseases thus caused, the virus
has been artificially attenuated by
continued cultivation, until its fatal
poisonous effects have been elimin
ated; and when thus weakened, it
has been injected subcutaneeusly,
and aots as a prophylactic, insuring
immunity from further attack ot the
same disease. Thus smallpox and.
hydrophobia in man, anthrax or
splenic fever in cattle, and cho
lera in chickens have been success
fully treated. It is therefore fairly
reasonable to suppose that when a
man of Kooh's training, research
and reputation, publishes to the
world, and to his scientific and pro
fessional brethren, an important
discovery, it ought to be given an
unusual degree of confidence. There
is no "laying on" of hands, no
faith cure in short, no humbug.
Whether his lymph acts as a vac
cine, or whether it kills or removes
the mircrobe, wc have not yet the
means of conjecture from what we
have been able to glean from lip or
pen of the illustrious discoverer.
If the theory of Mctschnikoff be
true, that there are certain blood
corpuscles, whoso duty it is to at
tack and remove from the system,
any poison introduced, then the dis
covery may be a preventive a' per
manent one. The 'phagocytes" of
Metschnikoff ma' attack and become
"used to" the poisonous cultiva
tions of the consumption bacilli, as
they do to other mild poisons, until
they can resist the most virulent of
the same kind. It may also have
the effect that Pasteur's hydropho
bia vaccine has on persons bitten
by the mad dog ; that is, of over
taking by a quicker action the
microbe or poison before its time of
incubatioD has matured. We await
with muchjnterest further develop
ments. THE DIPHTHERIA QUESTION.
The writer of "Keep Cool" pub
lished in yesterday's Bulletin cer
tainly does not suffer from too much
self-respect, since he stoops to write
anonymously. The opinions of the
physicians in the cases cited may
have been divided, but four physi
cians, two of them of the oldest and
best known practitioners, agreed in
the diagnosis. That the two others
have still to learn what the disease
is, is shown by their opinion.
Honolulu, Dec. 27th.
THE HOHDKAA DROWNING.
It was the father, not the mother,
of the Portuguese family who was
drowned by the upsetting of tho
steamer Iwlatii'8,,boat. - Two boats
coiitainingJpassengers and malls had
landed safely. The third boat was
turning to back into the placo
whence passengers are hoisted out.
A blind swell broke and turned the
boat over. Two sailors were hurt.
A Portuguese named Antonc Ro
dugos and five of his children were
drowned. The mother got hold of
a piece of board and was rescued by
another boat just in time lo Btwe her
life. The eldest sou aged about 15
years hud gono ashore in tho second
boat. Four girls and one boy were
drowned, the eldest being M years
and the youngest 17 mouths old,
The bodies of three girls utid one
hoy were recovered. Dopuly Sheriff
jl a, Lyinuii held uu inquest, mid a
verdict was returned of drowning by
tho uoelduittnl upsetting of u bout,
fw whhU nobody was to blame,
Tliu wuvos UDiiully break nt a point
0,,polto tlio omiio. but UiU liliut.
j trons one broke 200 yurda out, I'uu-
scngers and heavy mucliliiery have
oHvh been Inndud nt Hotiokua in
' m wwih
CHRISTMAS AT UAlIU PRISON.
Chilsttnns Day wns celebrated In
tho enravaiuery presided over by
Captain Muhrli'iis with more than
usual eclat. No work nf any kind
was performed, If wo except that of
the cooks and stewards who hod a
cry busy lime of it and without
llofore breakfast Captain Mehr
tens made his appearance and wished
all his "boarders" a "Aleiry Chi 1st
tune," and ho certainly did his
utmost to nuikc it so. Shortly utter
ward his little children came Into
tho yard beaming with smiles, and
from a huge tray carried by Johnnio
his sister Vera distributed to ovcry
one present a handful of candy and
nuts. It was a sight to sec those
dear little ones so pleased with their
self-imposed task, and the father
looking on at his children doing
what they could to show their
sympathy for the unfortunate.
Two hours were then spent out
side the walls in tho yard facing the
bay, where all sorts of games were
carried on with great spirit; Cap
tain Mehrtens and Harry Webb
being present most of the time. The
good humor and order prevailing
were excellent, no noise, unpleas
antness, or disturbance of any kind
marred the day, not a single order
appeared necessary, as every indivi
dual was on his very best behavior
and realized that all were being
treated handsomely. At 11 a. in.
dinner was served, nn excellent re
past of soup, roast pig, apple sauce,
potatoes, etc., followed by plum
pudding made by Mrs. Mehrtens,
who did not forget anyone. Duiing
dinner Mrs. Judge McCully and the
Rev. Mr. Fisher came on the scene
armed with all sorts of good things,
and invited the foreign contingent
to a collation at 2 p. in., which was
attended by all. A well laden table
was spread in "Foreign Hall" roast
turkey, cranberry sauce, mince pies,
oranges, apples, nuts, raisins and
other delicacies making up the re
past which was done ample justice
to. Mr. Fisher made a few remarks
appropriate to the occasion full or
good advice and genuine humor,
which were listened to with great
attention, all standing.
The thanks of the Inmates are
heartily given to Captain and Mrs.
Mehrtens, Captain II. II. Webb of
the prison, and to Mrs. Judge
McCully, Rev. Mr. Fisher and all
the ladies alid gentlemen who on
Christmas Day remembered the
exiles from home and those to their
country temporarily lost.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F, & A, M.
MIEUE will bo a inccthm of 11a
walinn Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M..
at its Hall, corner of Fort mill Q .ixii
sir ois, THIS (Stttlrduj) KVJJMSO,
al 7:30 nVliirl , lor llni purpose ol in.
s a 'nig I'lllci'ib for thceiibuiniT Muhunic
Mcinhirs of Lodge lo Piogres and all
snj turning liicthrcn mu fraternally in
vited li) lie pipsent.
Hy order of the W.. M.-.
T. C. POUTER,
7lrt i Bicrctary.
rPO the members o! Oahu Lodge, No,
JL 1, K. ot P. Christmas Eve, fall
ing this year ou our tegular meeting
night, memhcis will plcate take notlcu
that said inciting will be postponed to
SATURDAY, the 27th inst., at 7 o'clock
Per order of the C. C. 7-J3 At
'pilE an mil niei ting of the members
1 of tit alloiV dome Society will
be held at ibc room of the Chamber of
Commerce on WEi'NKSD Y NEXT,
the 31st December, 1800, at IOo'cI-m-I,
a. m. Immediately after adjourm- cut
the Board of Trustees will hold ios un
nual meeting. Per order. m
F. A. SCIIAErEH.
Seuicl n v
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1,800. W.J lw
ANNUAL MEETJ f i
r'piIE antfltal meeting of the stnek
L holders of tho Mutual T lephouc
Co. will be huld on MONDAY Jan. 12,
1891, at 10 o'clock a. m, at tlif Com
pany's building. Every FtoeMmldor U
requested to attond, as a piopositiou to
consolidate with the Bell Ti lepliniiu Co
will bo laid before them for cou-Idcra-tlon.
C. O. BEltOEU.
710 td aioictary.
Oahu Railway & .La-.d Co.
A SPECIAL meeting of tho etnek
holdcrs ol thu Oahu Kallwav &
Land Co. w'lll be held at tho Ch-io bor
of Commerce, .liooins In Honolii u, on
WEDNESDAY", Due. 31, 18f0, al 11
o'clock A. M., for thu purpose of amend
ing tho By-laws and other iinpnitaul
business. W. G. ASHLEY,
Secretary O. It. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 17. 1890. 7.H8 td
For Hongkong Direci.
Thu Al Htrniiiwlili)
Will leave Honolulu for tho ahovo
port on or about
December 31, 1890.
gJtT For particulars infmidiuK
height and pakcago, apply to
Wm.G. IRWIN & Ca.L'd,,
74 1 Id
I?J10M ihU dulu )lr, Win, Llihmmi
V will luu our Hi in iiuinu by pro-
llsaolulu, Uuy, 'li, SW, 71V If
XtfAS AN!' IH YEAR.
Tim ifltcM rind newrt novclilos
Milttililp fur Xiiibk and Ni w Yonr's
pnmenu, mult us Oxlrllwd .Silver
Plaster Cmes, OxItllRi'tl SlUer La-dlr-V
Companion, Oxidized Silver
Card Honk, (Kidir.fd HiUur Jewel
Cmc, Oxnl r. d silver VinnlfiuMlPN
with Tin nnrl Chain, Oxubxcd Sil
ver Match .Silts, Oxidiwd .Silver
Uiirnntu- ( .(c, Oxi-Uxm! Silver
Shop I looko. Solid 3iier Stamp
LJoxes. Also, Celluloid Goods In
great vnnoiy. We have received
an imnipiisc stoc k of Ladlra' All
Limn Ilenxiiiihcri Ilaiidkeipliiefs
(eoloied borders), which wo'havo
decided to sell r only 82 per
dozen; they bent anything In the
tlandkeiehiof line; will be glad to
show Ilium to j on ; big luugaili for
the holiday. Wo me prepared to
show you the llm-st and m si n'leet
ed stock ol Ladies', Mi-s.-s', and
Children's Trimmed and Untiiuimed
Hats, all the luti-st styles ; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Sliver Gift Sale. Silver Ptcsents
to everybody who puiclmses 82.50
worth of goods. Come and pa, us
a visit bi'l'uii! purchasing elsewhere.
C1IAS. .1. FISUKL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
fc'OU S hti
.&& i HK large pstiito know' as
f&SSpii i Kdinku Ranch, Knu,
Wpj& Hawaii, with all lis- b.'long
diaa lugs. Th ltauch contains
18-1,000 aoies There Is on the Ranch
a latge nud valuable foiest ot Koa anil
Ohla. For further paiticular. apply lo
74G tf Kau, Hawaii.
CU VS. T. GULl'MC will wet for inc
under full power of attorney dur
ing uiv tempmary absence from the
Kingdom. J. 10. 1JUOWX.
Honolulu, Dec 20, 1SIX).
VOTIOE W lieicby given that Ah
US Young of Honolulu, hab thW day
purchnsed from Xg Ah Un all his in
tPicstin tho general merchandise stoie,
situated on Lillhu street, Honolulu,
Island of Oalul; the said Ah Yonmj
will not hc.iesponsllile for any bills
agjiUkt .N'i: Ah Un liom this date
Honolulu, Dec. 10. 1800. 74b lit
WOMAX to take care of children
j. . anil to do chaniliei woilc, Apply
at this ollleo. 73J 2
WOMAN or Ghl to
lo small family
Mitb. J. P. UOWEN'S,
7-43 lv Wuiklkl, near Uiidgc,
JIRST-OLASS dr'ssmakir; pond
i pay; only cxpciieui'i'd luinils iu-im!
apply. ' oin rKoitanil Ilowl stieeiB
(over Elu lich's dry fronds s-lou).
FQU S IM
9 pr SHARES of the I'ione r liuilding
JLO As lo.m Aj-mu'I Hon Slucl.. on
terms to bo iiriaugcd. 1'uhl up v.Uiiti
to dam Sdi-'.SO. cxolu-ive of neciued
dividends and iutuie-l.
' H. PiElr-T.
Honolulu, Dec. 2fi, l:m 715 "t
binuded ,lG 2"
on hind niiiii'tiir. 'I'lii'
pis' Under will please return
II u. DAY,
chool st.rnextlhe Bridge.
Li)6'l urSTO! EX
ONE III own .orrel
feimill "m" on neck.
y .-oun, .,. i unaided by .ri'tuni
lugMinmlo O. BOOTH,
"li H Piiunn.
CATTJJfi SATlfl !
?. it lienor i i i,i, in u nil
iX thu 20th Decern
v ber. 18U0. then
will bn -old at Wal
pai, Maul, by public
auctiou, l.'0 head,
Good Buot Cattle, 2
untie or hf.
Hoisct, 2 Mulcf, :i Maies
' 7118 St
and 1 Colt,
f I'HA Yi D
r RtW Mr Cowed, IIo
I U'l btii-et. a Drub
Hull Pup. siiltablu ic
waid will bo paid byie
tllltdnj; the Minic, lo
',18 Hotel sliect.
Tho Eiitorpiiwo Ilacli V
AS been lo-oican-
1c'd nod has ro
d lu I aiTiti"ubtunrl
No. 1!1, opiJOelti' tho Police btatlon.
Tek'iihono oidn- will 11 eclve prtonpt
attuutlou and tho public gniuautccil
mtlnfimiloii iVny nn ties iiirnUhud at a
few inlnuii'x' mult'o
f ltidiTel.ll.il Mutiiul Tl Ci'-O.
743 lm Maiugur.
'(). 1 Ad'imi Linn, l Lilian
1 Kioiii ll(ii)ii), turuUhud.
Apply ui urciuUua, 7i)8 If
! Vd nt I'uiuln VnllJJ', mid
I'lin.ltiiinr of I TO iiurt'k, mum
or )i, until )' i'tui) uu ur luaiw to mu
lull) I'lllHIp ' IIU'II, MUll IU' UUIHf! II)
IUilltl Oil Itll'. IIMH, llWHlMWd, l
iiww foi-u tm of yi-iiu villi bu ulvmi,
llnllf '11. Ill' lllM4'l"ll II 410
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''", ? V J,,.ii uc hi..
i ..II ..I... 1 .11.. ....... a,l
fwr 1& Saw i.
fir J, V. t'olUmii. , , WT I'tUi'i-U will lu umhnl vn
Honolulu, Uiw. Vi 10. 731 1 i tlNlr l caiitlium't rlk, IU 1st
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
Ofiico & Works,
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Screens,
Pramow. ILto., 3Eto.
iinr- rr '' 2C i " i" va.'..r,""''a
Mouldings, Turned & Sawed Work.
Having bocuied the sorvious of Mr. C. B. RIPLEY, Architect and
Building iStipurintuuduiit, I am now prepared to fuvnish designs for every
description ot building and will cnntr.icl or superintend the construction of
5"" Please call and examine designs before placing your orders ahe
whuic. Prompt attention to all ordeiu. dec 27-90
Auction Sales liy James F. K rg.tn.
AUCTION SALE OF
e ISiiii LOTS !
On SATURDAY, Jan. lOtli,
AT l O'CLOCK. XOO.V
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at.Publlc Auction,
18 FM BOOM LOTS,
Situated at Kalihi, adjoining the Ka
mehameha Schools and fronting on
Tho Lots aro on rising ground on
I lie mauka sidu of the street, and are
all cjvered with grabs nnd trees, and
command a magnificent view of
Honolulu and tho surrounding coun
try. Wat or is at present laid on
from the Kamchameha School pre
mises. The healthful situation and near
ness to thG King-street Cars, com
bine lo mako these the most desir
able Lois offered for sale.
gCP" TKRMS: One-half cash,
one-half at 7 per cent.
A map of thi' property oan bo seen
at my Hali'sioom, whore nil further
infoi million can be obtained.
Have in stock and for sale 1
Of the latest style.
ALSO, A TINE UNE OP
Carnage and Buggy Harness,
ROBES and SUPPLIES.
743 12t '
On and after January 1, 1891, any
parcel not exceeding 10 lbs. in
weight, ligildy addi. rr il, i.iul having
a paiccl stamp aflixi d in it, will he
received by the ciuidiu inm (or dri
vers if no conductor) of nu of tho
Company's cms for convoyaiico to
any point on tho lines. Persons to
whom biich pai cols aro addressed
may meet tho car and claim thu
jMrccls; or in tlie event of their not
doing to the parcels will ho depo
sited at tho nearest receiving sta
tion. AriuiigunicntH havo been uiado to
dupobit paiccls al Wni Chu's, tho
Uliinutti Ktoio at tho Pulnnia tciinl
litis; the Chinese btorcs at Puuou
terminus, Itlllo Itauuo, ciiruur of I'll-null-n
mid Jlnictiiiiia blicels, Old
Wulkikl, Long Uiiiiich mid Wuiklkl
Hililtjo; alto, at Hid rcfrcbhiuciit bur
next LoMty'w, mi Port wtiuut, .
No purcul will ho wcoivcil unlci's
Iiiiiium, nnd no portion of llm staiim
iniibl bu ilotucliial, A bliunn with
any pin I (huieoi doliiuhnil
J'AHUKInOKKTAmiiy ho juir
I'lmtml tit ilu rain nf if J 05 fur len, at
III., klrtii.,i nf III. Il,iu,.ll,i V.,.., M
,.-. ..,..,. ,.- , 1111' Wli
il Ti (1 Thmnii oral (lm Ooiic
I"ii' "nice, at I'uiialioii, nt 1.
EL it J v in. w a fi aytt aw m
Hawaiian Tramway Go,, La.
Alukon, uonr Quugii St.
I E1ER k GO.
No. 92 FORT ST.,
Are now showing a Large New
Stock of Goods suitable for tlio
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Earnings, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf Pins, Rings,
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches and Wateh
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Gold Headed Cauct,
Etc., Xte., Etc.
Jgy- Prices within the reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 1m
Is called to the largo stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on the
They comprise everything to bo had in
many various lines.
OF ALL KINDS,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
JJ Store will bo open evenings for
two weeks previous to Christmas.
H. F. WICHMAN.
fi yum & co.
Wm. G. Irwin . . President te Manager
Claus Sprcckels Vice-President
Walter M. Glffard
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter , Audltot
AGENTS Ol' THE
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Estimates Given on "rick, Iron, -Stone
& Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KEEPS FOR SALE
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris
Murblo Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beaoh & Santa
Cruz Sand. .
Quarry Tiles 0x0- red, whlto ami blue;
Mlti ton, Pliutlc and Eucuustlu Tiles In
various putteniH, all kinds of DniluuL'o
Cf Ofpiok HoutliunRt corner Ala
bun mid Queen streets,
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