Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, January 17, 1893, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
. ,WK0fc?',r h "Wf"i i'.
. - . . . .. n vr'T'l -?" k ""SF"-
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FIIOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1802.
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Leave IIonolnln...O:15 8:45 1:45 4:35t
Arrivo HonouliuH.7:20 0:57 2:57 5:35t
Lcavollonoullnll..7:30 10:43 3:43 5:42f
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:35 11:55 4:55 0:60t
Fbabl City Locau
Lcavo Honolalu 5:108 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:485 ....
Leave Pearl 01ty..U:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcoptcd. t Baturdays only.
$ Baturdaya excepted.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio District Court calondnr show
ed a clonu docket this morning.
Tlio Boston's soarch light
turnod ou tho city last ovouing.
All tho business housos in town
woro closed onrly yostorday afternoon.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
BY O. J. LTONH.
b'p p"B p
p, f (3,
3 50 1
Tho saloons oponod again yoslor
day afternoon aftor tho mass meet
ings woro over.
Hollistor & Co. call attontion to
"Dr. Bridgmnun's Ringa" in this is
sue Soo advortisemont.
Tho Allio I. Alder, a two masted
Bchoonor, lies off tho harbor. Sho
is from Soattlo bound for Japan.
Tho Japanoso oruisor Kongo is
twolvo days out from San Francisco
and may bo oxpoctod at,any hour.
Thero will bo a race botwoon tho
crows of tho Hoalani Boat Club this
evening. Thoy will start at 5:30
Tho coucort at tho Hotol last
ovoning was fully appreciated by
tho through passengers on tho S. S.
A strnngo American schooner was
telephoned as cruising off Diamond
Head to-day. Hor name could not
bo mado out.
Tho S. S. Alameda took a mail
consisting of 4&4 lottors and 127 pa
pers from tho Post Office for tho
Colonies yostorday ovoning.
Tho S. S. Alameda loft about 10
o'clock last ovoning. Hor through
passongors woro very much interest
ed iu tho warlike movements of tho
HOW IE REYOLUTE.
Opposite Yiews in Expression.
Enthusiastic Mass Meeting at tho Skating
New Moon on the 17th at 2h. 67m. p. m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JAN. 17, 1893.
An old kainaaina stated yesterday
that ho never saw so many peoplo at
one mooting than was present at tho
Falaco Square mass mooting yester
Wherever there is an American
sentinel on duty in town thero aro
small crowds of curious natives
watching him. Some havo even gone
without their lunch just to onjoy tho
. ' Arrivals.
Monday, Jan. 10.
Bchr Millo Morris from Koolau
Bchr Kawailani from Koolau
Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Bohr Allio I. Alder from Seattle
Tuesday, Jan. 10.
or Lahaina and Hama-
Strur Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Claudino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Hamakua
Stmr Pelo for Nawiliwili
Bchr Kawailani for Koolau
The Bulletin is indebted to W. E.
Simpson, of Tacoma, Washington,
for a beautiful "picture of 'tho build
ing of tho State of Washington at
tho World's Columbian Exposition,
Chief Eugiueor Julius Asche or
dered tho members of tho different
fire companies on duty last night in
case of any fires. Tho fire laddies
had an "at homo" in their different
houses aud tho night was spent in
fun and frolic.
Cargoos from Island Forts.
Stmr Pelo 1001 bags sugar.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Jan 10
Hon Aug Drcier, Mrs Mist, and 10 deck..
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H I J M S Kongo from Ban Francisco, due
B S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 25
Am bk Coylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 5
Am 4-mstd schr W F Witzeman from New
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Ger bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bgt Douglas, Reid, from San Fran
cisco, now due
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Haw bk Lcahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Am bktne Hilo, from Nowcastle, NSW
Am bktne J Smith from Newcastlo, N S W
Am bk Eclipse from Nanaimo
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, duo Jan 30
Vessels in Fort.
UBS Boston. Wiltse, from Hilo
Am schr Rout Lewors, Goodman, from
Am bkt Irmgard. Schmidt, from New
castle, N sV
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgcnscn, from
Am bkSO Allen, Thompson, from Ban
Brigt W G Irwin, McCulloch, from Ban
Haw Bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N 8 W
Schr Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
N B W
Br bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Tho departure of tho steamers
Claudino and Kilauoa Hou of tho
Wilder Steamship Company havo
been dolayed. The men on the
steamers were ordered on board at
noon to-day, and steam was got up
ready for instant departure.
The folloAving articles havo been
added to tho list of supplies adver
tised by tho Road Supervisor: Axles,
2, 2 k, 2J; Fish Oil, per gallon or
barrel; Rubber Packing, pjBr lb.;
Emery Cloth, per doz.; Yard Brooms,
per doz.; Sheepskins, per piece.
Tho article of special convenience
in every household and office
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of the Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
A large dog belonging to a native
compositor was locked in Mr. It.
Grievo's printing office last Satur
day. Before dark Sunday ovoning
he became lonesome or huntrry and
jumped through a largo glass win
dow into tho awniug roof, where ho
trotted back and forth afraid to
jump to tho street below. Mr. Grieve
was sent for, who camo down and
liberated tho dog by getting him in
side through the window.
Major J. H. Wodehouse, British
Minister; Mons. Vizzavona, French
Commissioner; Seuhor A. do Souza
Canavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner, and tho Japanese Consul
held a conference with tho Cabinot
this afternoon. The object of the
conference is not positively known,
but it is stated that it is with regard
to allowing the hoisting of tho Ameri
can flag, and an American protector
ate bo placed over the Islands.
AN OFFICER SHOT.
MOTT At the Maternity Homo, Jan. 1(1,
1803, to the wife of J. Mott, a daughter.
Boven Boys Arrested on Suspicion
for tho Crimo.
A small blazo was soon in tho barn
iu tho roar of C. Buchanan's resi
dence ou King street about 10:30
o'clock last night. Carlos Long and
othors rushed to tho scene and ex
tinguished tho firo. In tho middle
of the floor a pieco of rag saturated
with kerosene oil was picked up,
showing that tho attempt was in
cendiary. At 11:30 o'clock, aftor all
had retired, another blaze was seen
issuing from tho barn. Before an
alarm could be sent in tho fire had
gained such headway that all efforts
to extinguish it wero fruitless. En
giuo Co. No. 1 was first ou tho. scone
followed by Engiuu Co. No. 4.
An alarm of lire was rung in at 3
o'clock this morning. It proved
to bo at Emma Square. One of tlio
arbors in the Square had caught fire
iu some way and was burned to the
ground. Tlio firo onginos woro quick
ly ou tho spot, but wore not needod,
Louis Touissant, a member of the
Firo Polico, arrested seven young
boys in tho vicinity of the Square on
Suspected Thero Was Ammuni
tion on tho WaRon.
A policeman named Leialoha was
shot in tho breast by John Good
about 2:30 o'clock this afternoon on
Fort street. Tho facts of tho case
as reported by an eye-witness is as
follows: Good and four or fivo othors
woro driving around the corner by
H. Mclntyro At Bro.'s store when
tho horso stumbled. Two native
policomon woro standing at tho cor
ner and seeing a number of boxes on
tho wagon thought thoy woro am
munition and caught the horso by
tho hoad. Good leveled a pistol at
tho officor whon tho lattor dodged.
Tho other officer -made a jump for
tho horse again, whon Good shot
him in the breast, lacerating it bad
ly. Tho wagon drove off rapidly.
Tlio wounded officer was takon
to the Polico Station and Doc
tors Me Wayne and Potorson woro
called. Thoy dressed tho wound.
The man was later taken to the
An officor was despatched for
Good, but returned without him.
Ho stated that Good hud hid him
self in the Skating Rink, along with
"For tho past two or throo years I
have been subject to crainpiugiiauiH
iu tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boouville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 havo
tried n uuuiborof different roiuodies;
tlio best one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Reme
dy. Ouo or two doses of it always
cures me." Sold bv all dealer.
having sot firo to tho Benson, Smith & Co., Agonta for tho
Tho call for a mooting mado by a
socrot committee, advertising thom
solvos as a Committoo of Safety, was
tho causo of tho gathering togothor
at tho Borotania stroot Skating Rink
on yostorday aftornoon, of nearly all
tho malo white foreign olomont in
tho city, numboring about ono thous
and, a sprinkling of Portuguese and
half-castos swolling that number
slitrhtlv. At 2:20 o'clock tho assom-
blod crowd was informed by Hon.
W. C Wildor, Roprosontativo from
tho First District of Honolulu, of
tno busmoss proposed to bo pre-,
sonted in tho following words:
Mn. Wilder said: Follow citizens,
I havo boon requested to act as
Chairman of tho mooting. Woro it
a common occurrence, I should con
sider it an honor, but to-day wo aro
not hero to do honor to anybody. I
accept tho chairmanship of this moot
ing as a duty. Applause. Wo
moot lioro to-day as mon not as any
party, faction or creed, but as mon
who aro bound to soo good govern
ment. It is woll known to you all
what took placo at tho Palaco last
Saturday. I need not toll you tho
object of this mooting, and no such
mooting has been hold since 1887.
Thero is tho same roason now as
thou. An impromptu mooting of
citizens was called Saturday to tako
measures for tho public safety. The
report of tho committee will bo read
to you. Wo do not meet as revolu
tionists, but as peaceful citizens who
havo tho right to meot and state
thoir grievances. Applause! . Wo
will maintaiu our rights and have
tho courge to maintain them.
Hon. L. A. Thurston, of the House
of Nobles, road tho report drawn up
by tho Committee of Thirteen (un
signed) aud a series of preambles
and a resolution, also drawn up by
this modest Committoo, the resolu
tion being as follows:
"Now, therefore, Wo, the citizons
of Honolulu of all nationalities and
rogardloss of political party affilia
tions, do hereby condemn and do
nouuee tho action of tho Queen aud
And wo do hereby ratify tho ap
pointment and endorse the action
taken and report mado by tlio said
Committee of Safetj; aud wo do
hereby further ompowor such com
mittee to further consider tho situa
tion and further devise such ways
and moans as may be necessary to
socuro tho pennanont maintenance
of law and order and the protectioh
of life, liberty and property in Ha
waii." Iu support of tho adoption of tho
report and resolution tho introducer
Noblo Thurston, said: Mr. Chairman
and follow citizons: Hawaii is a won
derful country. Honolulu a wonder
ful city. Wo aro divided into parties
and nationalities and factions, in
which we strongly opposo and work
against each other but thero aro
moments when an united feeling
arises, there are no longer factious
or cliques, each man looks at his
neighbor, thou wo aro united and
move snouidor to shoulder, moved
by one common dosiro for tho public
good. Three tinios during tho past
twolvo years this has happoned in
1880, on the Morono event, thon
again in 1387, and this third time
to-day. They say it is ended, it is
done, thero is nothing to consider.
Gontlomon, thoy aro endeavoring to
draw a herring across tho scent; in
1880 thoy wero successful, in 1887
partly so, and to-day what? Thoy
say it is done. Is is soT Calls of
Nol No! I say, gontlomon, that
now and horo is tho time to act. Tho
Oneon savs she won't do it airain.
Sho pleads the baby act. Follow
citizons, havo you any momoriosT
Hasn't sho onco before promised
sworn solemnly before the Chiof
Justice, before Almighty God to
maintain this Constitution? What
is her word worth? Yesterday, did
sho regard hor word? It is an old
saying that a royal promise is mado
to bo broken. Last Saturday the
sun rose on a peaceful and smiling
city; to-day it is othorwiso thero aro
rumors of riot aud of probable
bloodshed. Whoso fault is it, Hor
Majesty Quoon Liliuokalaui's. She
has wantonly put herself in tho
breach. It is not her fault that the
stroetB havo not run red with blood,
but in spito of hor wishes. Sho has
primou a prucimiiiiuuii unu at miu
samo time, perhaps sent out by tho
samo carriers, hor Royal organ
prints au oxtra with hor speech
with more bitter ("less bitter" En.
Bulletin language than in tho
Advertiser. Are wo to sloop on
a slumbering volcano, which will
some morning spew out blood and
destroy us all? The Constitution
gives us tho right to assemble peace
fully and express our grievances.
Wo aro hero doing that to-day with
out arms. The man who has not
tho spirit to rise only the spirit of
the cur which licks the boot that
kicks him, and after the menaces to
our liberties has no right to keep
thorn. Has tho tropic sun cooled
and tliinnod our blood, or havo we
flowing in our veins tlio warm, rich
blood which loves liberty aud dies
for it? I move the adoption of tho
Mn. II. F. Gladk said that tho re
solution moved by Mr. Thurston
was seconded by him. Ho then read
a speech the subject matter being to
tlio olloct tnni, "vo now nave a pro
us of tho faith and earnestness of
tho protniso givon, of which wo now
havo no assurances."
Mn. Youno mado at tho commence
ment a most temperate and sensible
oponing to. his remarks advising that
veil of charity bo thrown ovor tho
commission of tho objected act on
tho ground that the Sovereign was a
woman, and as such wo should bo
nioro. merciful, especially as ho bo
lioved that tho act complained of
was tho result of tho machinations
of other brains than of Hor Maiostj.
In tryiug to promulgate this long
promised constitution tho Queen
has, howovor, proinoditaledly com
mitted a broach of faith with ono
portion of hor subjects, in order to
satisfy tho clamors of a faction of
natives urgod by tho inlluenco of a
mischiovous olomont of foroignors
who moan no good to tho Queen or
tho peoplo, but simply for tho pur
poso of providing avenues for carry
ing out nioro perfectly the smug
gling of opium and di verting tho
contents of tho treasury into thoir
own pocKots. iio did not place
The Government Building Seized
By Armed Men.
Proclamation Read Creating a Provi
much value iu tho circular publish
od "By Authority," but would say
that it would bo woll to "put your
trust in God and keep your powdor
Mb. C. Bolte, was tho next speaker,
and ho, aftor roviowing tho events
loading up to tho objectionable act,
said: Au attompt to change tho
fundamental law of tho land is a
vory sorious matter, a matter that
requires a good deal of considera
tion, tud I am woll convinced that
this' matter has boon weighed and
considered for moro than a daj- by
tho Queen, and that there was no
acting on tho spnr of the moment
under tho stress of hor native sub
jects about it. Many peoplo know
this soveral daj-s ago, but itioro havo
boon so many rumors about all sorts
of things, that not very much atten
tion was paid to it ; it was oxpoctod
that sho might change hor mind be
fore that day would come. It seoms
to mo that tho question that your
committoo has to ask now, aud
which is for you gontlomon hero in
tho mooting to decido is this: Aro
you satisfied with tho assuranco giv
on in to-day's proclamation signed
by the Queou and tho four Ministers,
and will you considor this matter
ouded, or do you dosiro greater and
stronger guarantees for tho safot'
and preservation of your lifo aud
liberty and property. I am ono of
tho Citizens' Connnittoo of Public
Safety; my viows on tho situation
aro expressed in tho resolutions
winch havo just been read, and 1
trust that you will" show that you
aro of the samo mind as tho commit
tee by adopting these resolutions.
Mn. Tueo. C. PoitTER was called on
but did not respond.
Mn. J. Emmeluth being called ou
stated that ho was not accustomed
to speaking in public but would en
deavor to say a fow words on tho
subject matter of tho resolutions.
He had hoard of tho proposed act
and had been present at the Palace
grounds in tho aftornoon whon she
had anuQunced from the balcony
hor change of action to tho mou
who had requested it. Ho had
noticed then liBr face and. tlio ex
pression 'fcfiorobn was tho "most
fiendish and vindictivo" that ho had
ovor seen on the face of a woman.
And ho saw tho 30 mon who had
presented tho potition; old, thoir
faces void of intelligence and thoir
appearance showing thoir inipocu
nious condition. Thoso woro not
tho mou who had proposed this
scheme: it was men who could think,
or a woman, thoso wero but tools.
Ho did not believe the Hawaiians
wanted a now Cunstitution. Theho
actions ended in those thiriy men
having tho power to paralyze busi
ness interests of the city for 21
hours. This was tho third time that
ho had closed his doors and let his
mon go homo, in the last twolvo
yoars,and God and this audionco be
ing willing this would bo the last.
If wo lot this timo pass then wo
deserve all that wo get iu tho future.
As far as tho Hawaiians woro con
cerned ho hoped to live in peace
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, a goutlomaii
representing largo vested interests
in tho country, spoko in a different
tone from the previous spoakors, ho
advising Constitutional methods to
A squad of about thirty men took
charge of tho Govormnont building
about 3 o'clock this aftornoon armed
with muskets 'and a bolt of cart
ridges. Thoy lined the walks in
front of tho building. H. E. Coopor
road a proclamation abrogating tho
Monarchy and creating a Provisional
Tho proclamation dismissed the
present Ministry aud tho Marshal.
The following Cabinot was then
Hon. S. B. Dole, Ministor of For
P. C.Jonos, Minister of Finance;
Captain J. A. King, Minister of
W. O. Smith, Attorney-General.
Thoy will call on tho protection of
tho American Government.
At 3:15 o'clock a wagon load of
mon and ammunition arrived at the
As wo go to pross this afternoon
no attompt has been made to cuter
Crowds of peoplo aro in the vicini
ty of tho Government Building
It is reported that before dusk tho
American flag will bo hoisted over
Deputy-Marshal Mohrten wont to
the Govornmout Building late this
afternoon, but was not allowed ad
mission to thoj'ard.
A gattling gun has boon placed at
tho front door of the Polico Station.
The Boston's men are not inter
fering in any way.
o g d3
m CO o 7
" o Sao-'
- . . ... xHfcTSk c pan""
B m a Si "irl am"' i . '"h. " :?
s g? Ey? a -, ," " c- f,-.
i.u : m . r .; ii - -. n srwrnmi wi a t m
limit feuUg 0 1 g V"-f ?s
sk!iS ,rvir , Un g a .sals;
mill m 1 ! i mm& i !
m if! ? lis mm It m rs
.AXiI-i OK,XDElIS FOR
DR. BRIMMAFS RINGS
SHOUbl) BK ADDltKSSEl) TO
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoiaoliolui, is. I.
IB. :e EHLERS &c CO.
89 FORT STRHJEJ'T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
OSP"" JajHincsc Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
S Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost."
SSP Ladies' and Misses1 Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
33P" Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
SS Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
Z3T Dressmaking Under tho Management of HISS K. CLARK. JSX
Christmas & New
'FJft3r'pTJieJf:J:TcT:'V-F't:TtT!TtJPT:T: Jjt 3fi
TTp:.'NHK A CO.
Hare NOVBbTIES for the
lllcli (lifts for
NOTHlNfl 1.1KB IT IS TOWN.
Of What Aro Thoy AfraidP
The Advertiser this morning saj's:
"The landing of troops from the
Boston furnishes a guarantee that
the persons and property of Ameri
can citizens will bo safe from vio
lence, etc." What are thoso who
claim to bo American citizens afraid
of? From what quarter is violence
expected? None whatever, oxcopt
like Banquo's ghost, from the "deop
shadows of cowardly and guilty con
sciences." It would bo woll under
present circumstances, for tho Ad
vertiser to come forward and state
to the public who woro tho ones that
forced tho late King at tho point of
tho bayonot to break his oath and
forswear tho late constitution tha
ho had sworn to uphold?
ings as wo experienced on .Saturday
shall not occur again. But wb
should havo such assurances mill
guarantees for this promise that
will really sutisfy us and convince
riht any wronss complained of. Ho
said that ho felt with the rost of
thoso present that the actions of tho
Queen in the past few days had put
the country m a vory critical con
dition. Bofore tho revolutionary act
of tho Queen wo were getting along
all right. A Ministry had been ap
pointed which would probably havo
been ablo to pull us through, as it
had tho confidence of the public and
business men. Tho McKiuloy bill
had loft tho wholo country in a vory
bad condition. Wo wero working up
now industries. Mr. Dillingham was
trying to buuu a railroad around
this island. Wo wero looking abroad
for the introduction of capital to
provide work and subsistence for tho
workingman. Tho Queen soomB to
have blindod herself to all these
things and to the fact of money
coming in. She has followed a whim
of her own a whim of an irresponsi
ble body of Hawaiians and tried to
establish a new Constitution. I am
a conservative man, 1 have large in
terests and 1 do not think it proper
to go boyond constitutional moans
to .obtain what is required. I favor
the resolution, but the nets must be
within the Constitution, Wo must
stop this; but we must not go be
yond Constitutional moans. J favor
the resolution, bu think the com
mittee should act within the Consti
tution. There is no question that
tho Quoon has doiio a revolutionary
act there is no doubtabout that
but should we not act with prudence?
The Queen's proclamation hns not
altogether inspired confidence, yet
it has made an easier fooling, But
shall wo not teach her to net within
the Constitution? 1 am not afraid to
act when the time comes, but hope
it will be with judgment and pru
dence. Mn. K. J. GiuxNi; next mado a
speech which uioi wuu marus oi ait
For pains in tho chest there is
nothing hotter than a 11 an nol cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on ovor tho seat of
pain". It will produce a countor irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreoablo as mustard; iu fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its pain-rohoving qualities.
If used iu timo it will prevent pneu
monia. 50 cent bottles for sale by all
doalors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I m m
The S. S. Zambesi, whon repaired,
will trade direct between China and
Portland, Oregon, Victoria, B. C,
touching at Honolulu.
The Old Stand,
WENNER & CO.,
Importing nnd Alaimfiiuturhig Jewelers.
Closing1 Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Mules, Horses, Carriage,
To In sold at 1'iililie Auction, at mv placo
at MTTLE UHITA1N. Honolulu,
if not before sold,
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M., VIZ.:
40 California Mules,
In Lots of 10 Each;
40 Leather Head Halters!
4 Saddle Horses,
Anil as Good as New
1 2-Seated Family Carriage,
With IVlc, Shafts, and Keck-Yoke,
1 Fine Set Double Harness for same
4 and 5
The above 1'ronert v can all be een
at my place during one week befor sale,
and Stock must be removed from mv Pad
dock ou day of sale. TKHMS CASH.
J. N. WRIGHT,
1'. O. 110X J5'-
It can be proved
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Kings, Albums, Satchels,
l'ur-cs, Vases, Statues,
liremze Ware, Mocca Cups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Mirrors, Krames, Hraekets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Kans, (extra linu):
Carpets and ltuus, (all sizes);
. ' v l
A DIVIDEND (NO. fi) OK 8KVKN I'KH
XJl lent, lias iiccn tleciarcil ami is pay
blu forthwith at the olhrc of tlio Hawaiii
Hell Telephone ('ompanv.
January 111, 18f.
Vim v to
- - s ,v. .,
- rrr- -
MrCJIKHNKY it SONS.
Each l'ieec marked with CASH
Mfc DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. WU EVKUYHODY invited to an Inspection.
mi-'.'t M. w.
AWN MOWEltS TO UK
j day, wecK or iiiouin
iiiIho from tho 'Queou Hint nnieeod- l'rovnl, after wliiuli the Chairman
nut tun resoliitioiiH and they woro
ducliireil carried by a standi iitf vote,
The meeting adjourned sine din and
tho largo assemblage thou, atUUfi,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned, Also, ltepairiug
Garden Hose In fact, can do anything
UfffsMiry around tho Iioumi or stable.
Hing up Mutual Telephone lfi'J.
OHI-tf N. K. HUHOESS.
Ily A. M. ItETTENCOUHP,
Vetcriimry Surgeon and Dealer in Horses,
corner iicrciauia aim iiiiieiiuuni ns,
Mutual Melcpliuuu :i"7.
FORT STREET !
Can be found, as usual, at his reiidcnco,
Alakea street, next to llritish Club, or bv
message at l E, Williams' store, Koi't
LEWEIIS & COOKE,
Iiui'ohtius ami I)kw.i:iu in Ii;miii;u ami
AM. KIM i' Jil'll.HlMI Mati.uimv.
Kort Street, Honolulu.
rpilK WEEKLY lnJi.l.K'lTs-ii COI
X minis oi Interesting Heu'liiiB Matter.
UlmulMI; maiM to lureluueouuUiiu.KS.
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
Itf Inquire of
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
ttiMm Cor. Kort & Hotel nts.
All work uuarautccd and visited a
second time. Prompt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Musin, the celebrated violinist. lUt-liu
TVTUTICE IS HEUEHY (IIVEN THAT
J-l a copartnership has been formed,
oiHiratlvu slucu the '.M init., consisting of
T. AkluK, AplnK,Ton Ki'umul Mm KouU.
all are residing In Honolulu, Island of
Ualm, II. 1., the nature of the Inuiucs Is
the sale liv retail of Dry (loud aud tlroce
ries, the linn name in the Apllij; Company,
located at No. a Nuuanu street. Hono
....,., , , y ApliiK, Mmmgr,
Dated ut Honolulu. Jan. 7, lb!XJ,