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BY AUTHORITY.
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Officb hoaud or Health, )
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1888. J
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health held this day the following
resolutions were adopted:
Whereas the City of Sau Finu
cisco has been ofilcially declared by
the proper authoiitlcs. to be infected
with an epidemic of smallpox, and
the latest reports from said city are
to the effect that tlie smallpox is
there increasing:
Now.thereforo in pursuance with
regulation 15 of the Quarantine
Regulations adopted by the 13oard
of Health, October 17th, 1883, be
it resolved:
1st. That until further notice, all
vessels arriving from San Francisco,
less than 18 days out, not having the
smallpox on board, together with
their pasbengers and oicws, shall
be placed in quarantine, in the outer
roadstead, or in the btieain in the
harbor, as may be ordcicd by the
Port Physician, for a term of 18
days fiom the date of leaving San
Francisco.
2nd. 2sb passengers for ports
other than Honolulu shall be allowed
to land.
3rd. All passengers for Honolulu
shall remain iu quarantine for a torm
of 18 days from the dale of leaving
San Francisco.
The place of quarantine shall be
at the quarantine station, or such
other place as may be designated by
the Board of Health.
The vessel may, upon the written
consent of the Port Physician be
allowed to come to an enclosed
wharf for discharge of cargo.
No person shall be admitted to
the wharf except upon the written
permit of the Board of Health.
Special attention is called to Sec
tions 15 and 10 of the Quarantine
Regulations, adopted October 17,
1883. Heie under appended:
15. On the arrival of a vessel
at any port of this kingdom, coming
from a port known to be infected
with cholera, yellow fever, smallpox,
scarlet fever, or any other contag
ious or infectious disease, although
no case of such disease may have
broken out on board during the
voyage, no person shall be allowed
to land fiom her unless a period of
eighteen days shall have elapsed
from the time of her leaving said
infected port.
1G. On the arrival of a vessel at
any poit of this kingdom which has,
or has had on board during the voy
age, any person sick of cholera,
yellow fcer, smallpox, scarlet fever,
or any other contagious or infec
tions disease, the sick persons (if
passcngeis for that port), shall
be sent to the nearest quarantine
hospital for such a period as may
be deemed necessary, and the
vessel, with all on board, shall
undergo quarantine, if necessary,
for a period of eighteen days,
as the Board of Health may direct,
after hearing the report of the Port
Physician on the said vessel.
But with regard to all sick poisons
other than passengers for that port,
the Board of Health will not con
sider itself bound to receive them or
to take care of them- in quarantine
unless the interests of humanity
may require exception to be made.
N. B. EMERSON,
President Board of Health.
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SEALED TENDERS.
Oitjck or Tin: Boaud or IlrjAini,)
Honolulu, Jan, 10, 1888. J
Sealed temleis will bo received at
tbo Oflico ol tbo Boaul of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, Januaiy 23,
1888, for tbo delivery at the Lopcr
Settlement, on the Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and fifty cords
-of Firo Wood, within threo months
from the date of signing agreement
for tho game.
Itisicquired that tho wood be of
nlgcroba, monkoy-pod, eucalyptus or
any of tho luud natho woods; that
it bo cut in (-1) fou: feet lengths and
bo split if necesMuy, bo as to bo easily
handled ; Hint it bo piled at Kalau
papa; and that it bu measured by tho
Agent of tho Boaul of Health.
x N. U. EMERSON,
Piesident of tbo Boaul of Health.
4l7t
FOR SALE CHEAP.
BARNES' Velocipede Foot. Power
Turning LATHE. 7i loch diame
ter, together with chucks tools and tool
carriage. Apply to Armstrong Brallh,
' Wnialua, Oaliu. ii'J lw
CORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J forold.forMoutaiid for lean, for
t all nLd for thort, at Sacks' store.
Education Orndr;, )
Honolulu, .Ian. 20, 1888. J
Hon. 1'aui. P. Kasoa
Has been appointed by tbo Uonul of
Education, School Agent foi the Dis
trict of Kawaihau, on the Island of
Kauai, vico tho Rev. .1. W. Smith,
deceased.
W. JAS. SMITH,
'11 St Sccictary.
RE
OlTICK AUllITOH-ClKNKIlAIj, )
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888.$
All accounts audited in this
Oflico must bo piesonted in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
retained by the Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
11 lw Auditor-Ooneial.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, HauuiKn Islands
Draw Exchange ou the
Bauk ol Culilovnin., S. XT.
Ami tliolr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
lw-T6. N. M. Itolhbchild it Son, Loudon
Tho Comiueicial Bank Co., of Sydney,
London,
The Commcicial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
Sydney,
The Hunk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christcliuich, and Wellington,
The finnk of British Columbia, Vie-
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
and
Transact, a Genctal Banking Business.
(ifi!) lv
rJCIl3E
jjnjjciilg gitlliji'in
Pledged to neither Boot oor Party.
But established lor tho bentfit'ol all.
MONDAY. JAN. 23, 1888.
Oi
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
AMENDMENT.
In connection with the proposed
cbaifJ of the inauguration day of
the President from March 4 to Apiil
30, it has also been proposed in the
United States Congress that the
House of Representatives should
be made a permanent body as
the Senate is by providing that
one-half of the Representatives
shall be elected every two years,
thus doing awaj- with the present
annoying delays and opportunities
for political chicanery in the re-organization
of the House every bien
nial period. Would it not be well
for Hawaii to make a Constitutional
amendment pioviding that only half
of the Legislature shall go out of
office at the close of each two years?
THE QUARANTINE.
In our issue of Saturday it was
stated that airangementswcrc being
made by the Board of Health to
quaiantine the passengers by tho
Mariposa for this port. The ar
langements were completed later,
and a number of cottages and houses
in Honolulu "declaicd to be places
of quarantine."
Considering that the Mariposa
had no contagious or infectious dis
ease on board ; that her passengers
w.ere all in a healthy condition,
only coming trom a place where
smallpox is epidemic lhe3' may pos
sibly unconsciously biing the un
developed germs of the disease ;
that tlieic were already some cases
of smallpox landed from foieign
vessels at our quaiantine giounds;
and that there was no proper ac
commodation at any unoccupied part
of the grounds for the Mariposa's
passengers, the above nirangemcnt
rwas probably tho best that could bo
made under the circumstances, pro
vided the places selected were the
most suitable for the purpose of any
available.
So far so good. But if the cot
tages and houses designated aio
simply to be"dcclai ed places of quai -antine,"
without being leally and
truly quai untitled, that is, their occu
pants excluded from all intercourse
with people outside, the whole thing
is a fat ce. Quarantine unless strictly
and honestly enfouod had better bo
let alone. It is not now a question
whether quarantine was necessary
or advisable. That question was
previously settled by the Board of
Health to the satisfaction of all
who believe that prevention is better
than cure, and quarantine resolved
upon. Then the quarantine should
be thorough.
But is it so?, It is not. Wo
make this asseition after a personal
investigation of numerous complaints
which have reached this office. Tho
so-called quai antine is a farce. The
quarantined poisons and outsiders
have, in several instances, had inter
com se with each other. Perhaps
the Health authorities aic not nwaic
of tho fact, but it is a fact all tho
same. Let us have quarantine or
no quarantine: no half incasmcsin
a matter of tlifs Jiatuie,
HIGHLY COMMENDABLE.
Kditok Bui.t.ktix: The prompt
and energetic notion of the Presi
dent of tho-Board of Health, Dr.
Emerson, in the matter of the pas
scngeis of the steamship City of
New York cannot bo too highly
commended. Thai the doctor is
fulfilling his duty to this community
by doing all what is humanly pos
sible to pi event the intioduction here
of a terrible scouige which would
unquestionably exterminate tho
native race is a truth that every
sound thinking man must proclaim.
But fuithermoro I want to add that
perhaps few men would have been
found to so firmly do their duty and
accept the responsibility of doing it.
Dr. Emoison by his action with tho
City of New York has not only saved
this city from a possible source of
infection, but he has further been
of service to our population by
sending away a new hoi do of immi
grants which no man of sense wants
to see lteie. Tho population of
Honolulu is doubly grateful to Dr.
Emerson. Citizun.
jraranwrassn
A CORRECTION FROM IIILO.
Eniron Bulletin: In your issue
of Januaiy Oth 1 see an nilicle,
"Ililo Notes," which speaks of me
personally; and is such a misstate
ment of the case, that it is notice
able. In speaking of tho Tax Col
lector of Noith Kohala bringing his
books to deliver to me as Goetnor's
clerk, the atticlc says, "but he re
fused to lake charge of the books,
saying that lie is not aware of such
an ollice as Governor of Hawaii."
I never mid anything of the kind;
and the fact is that I did lake his
lax books and vouchers in the usual
manner, at the Governor's ollice, as
soon as they weie ready, on Hie ."Hit
of January, giving him a leceipt in
full for the same, but told him' that
we did not know what per cent was
to be.paid for collecting, as we had
not yet received instructions fiom
the Minister of Finance in the mat
ter, so he would have to wait about
his pay; and that he might have to
send his accounts to the Ministci of
Pittance for final settlement, as the
Act to abolish the otliccof Governor
was just published in the ''Gazette"
of Januaiy 3d. On the 12th inst.
we rcccixed a letter fiom the Minis
ter of Finance and showed it to Hie
collector, and then he took his
books again. Yours truly,
F. S. Lyman.
The mail which brought the
above communication, also brought
a correction from our Ililo corres
pondent, the writer of the "Notes."
It appears in this issue. Ed.
THE BEGINNING OF THE EXODUS.
Euitou Bulletin: The list of
people who depaited last Tuesday
on the Austtalia is enough to make
any intelligent person sick. Now
let tho friends of the country open
their eyes, for never before have we
seen, in any one steajner, such an
exodus of laboring men, artizans and
mechanics, nearly all with families,
and some with large ones. All
nationalities are lepicsented, and
the damage done in this one steamer
only, to the cause of the population
of these Islands, cannot bo properly
estimated. I have already seveial
times pointed out that such dopam
ines were to be expected and antici
pated as Hie natuial consequence of
the tendency of the pi esent Legis
latuie in favoring Asiatic iminigia
tion. Our white laborers, seeing
that those who can give wot k here,
decidedly prefer inferior labor, pro
vided it is a trifle cheaper, and
knowing that they cannot bring up
their families on Chinese diet, are
hastening away, and before long, if
tilings do not change, only those
who cannot go will he left. But
this is not all. Most, if not abso
lutely all, these men may be put
down as having helped the Reform
League, and of having voted for the
present government. Now they have
left in disgust at tho state of things
here, also helping to disgust those
who remain, this will make so many
valuable voters less, and the exodus
movement is only yet beginning.
What will our wiseacres, who think
they kifow it all, say to this? Is it
not time for such," who considered
my warnings ridiculous, to look at
them iu earnest? And is it not timo
lor an anti-Asiatic league?
A. Mauques.
"Yes, Bobby," said the minister,
who was dining with the family,
"everything in the world lias its tiso,
although wo may not know what it
is. You wouldn't think that Hies
are good for anything, yet " "Oh
yes, I would," inteiruplcd Bobby,
"I know what flies are good for."
"What, Bobby?', "Pa says they
aro the only things what keeps him
awako when you aio preaching."
Auction Sales by -James F. BorganT
fell California Apples!
AT AUCTION.
To-morrow, Tuesday, January 24th,
At 12 o'clock neon, at my Halcsioom,
Queen street, 1 will till at,
public auction,
100 Bxs of Choice Cal. Apples
IN GOOD CONDITION
In Lots to Suit.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer,
40 It
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
CREDIT SALE
On Wednesday, Jan. 25lli,
I will oiler at my salesroom at 10 o'clock
A. t., a nice
Assortment of Merchandise
ns follows:
Saddlery, Bridles and Twines.
A Large As'orlmciit of OUOCKIJUY,
an Assortment of Oulinniy
ami Fine
GlassvMro, Galvanized Palls and Buckets,
Iron Bedsteads, Majolica Ware, Candlos,
Bluo Mottled Soap, Curry Powder,
Cinnamon, olc. etc., etc.
AND A FULL LINE OF
Liquors, Wines &. Boor, Etc., Etc.
(ST Terms Liberal, will bo niaile
Known at the time (if Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
15 til. Auctioneer.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles!
IIo.sui.uiu, .Lin. 21, ltS8.
BAITALION OltUKK, No. 22.
Tho .evcral Uun panics ol Hie
B illation will assemble tit the
.Annory on MONDAY, the 28rd
instant, ut 7 30 r. si. slurp, for
i Battalion Hi ill
V. V. ASHFOItD, ,
Licut.-Col. Commanding.
W$? ' Cant mid Adjutant. 45 2t
OJUTLTIO HOUSE,
IHXING 1'AItLOVS,
(Lincoln Block, King1 Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a se'ect Dining Room
whcio Poulliy, if dc-ind, will be-eived
thice times a day. This room has Clean
Tablfi Linen, Silver Plated ate, New
China, civil and attentive waiters, and
the T.Uile is supplied with every deli,
cacy IhcMaikcts aflord.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Chan and
Suhstanli.il Food ot many varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
C. All IBEE.
NOTICE.
THE quarteily and annual meeting of
the Pacific IJaidwaro Oompfny,
(Limited), will he held at thdi office on
MONDAY, January 50. 1888, at 10
O'clock A. M.
JAS. G. SPENODK, Secretary.
Honolulu, .Tnn. 23, 1888. 40 td
FOUND.
A HOUSE, saddle and biidlo, on Sun.
day; the owuet cm have the
sime by calling at Prank Ludswiko',
Queen street. nca.t dooi to the Union
Peed Company, upon proving piopcrly
and pnjlng charges 411 It
SIOO REWARD!
THE abovo rcwaid will be civenbyj
(i, tt.,;i,i f... .!,. n.r. ..I
- w.ki U.I1II-U Vtll 1.1LJU UUJ1IJJUIIJ' III
any peison or pcreons who v.ill give
inch information as will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the pcr-otj oi
persons who maliciously unfastened and
carried away the Breeching Strips of
J. McKcague's horse, Hack No. .12, on
the night of Piiday, January 20. 18S8,
while hitched at a post on Km n street
UNITED CARKIAGE CO.
Honolulu. Jnn. SI, 1SSS. 153t
e&v?& Hawaiian Livery Stables.
" '"-' -7" -.W, MIMII.M.
Horses taken to hoard by the day, week
or month fed will, and looked nfter
by careful and expciicnccd Stablemen.
Carriages and all kind" of Vehicles
kept clean and caied for, an -oll as
Harness. MIOSES PALAU,
45 lm Mauiger.
NOTICE.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will be payable to tho Mock
holders of L O. Hall & Son. L'd, at
the oflico of the Company on MONDAY,
January 23rd.
L. C. ABI.ES,
45 at Hecntiry.
X W. YARNDLEY,
Teacher of Munic, Viwlin uinl
Cultivation of the Voice.
YOUNG Lady Pianists I Improvo
your reading of Music and ability
as an accompanist by divot Ing at least
ONE HOUIt weekly, day or evening,
to tho pracliie of ducts
PIANO AMD VBOLIN !
BSTTBHMS SAM'S POU LLSSONS.
Addte-b P,
Telephone (Bell) OC'J.
O. BOX 28.
4G lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Kohala
Sugar Coiiipanjvhpld on tho i'Oth inst.,
the followiug officers weie dieted loi
the ensuing j car.
S. O. Allen Piesident.
Hon. J. Moti Bmltli.Yicc-l'iesldent.
Hon. S, N. Castle Treasuiei.
Hon. J. B. Atlicrtoii becretary.
C. M, Cooke .Auditor.
J. B. ATHLKTON,
bmitiity.
Honolulu, Jan. 21,1668 40 lw
Tahiti. Lemonade forks.
GL'BTOMKltS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or discs, would
greatly oblige by tending word to ihe
Depot, 28 Men hunt stiect, und they will
at oncu bo culled for.
OurHiitllos iinj all crystal value, mid
I ho woidi "TAHITI LEMONADE
"WOUKS" blown tin icon.
Bell Telephone 172.
Jlutuul Telephone SCO.
15 tf J. i. 1MOWN & CO.
jjr
.HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ho. 85 FORT STHEET, HONOLULU.
Genenil AkcuIn
Export Accountants and Collootors, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Hooks and Accounts accurately lccpt and piopcrly adjusted.
Collections will receive sptclnl attention and returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched and correct Abstracts of Title
fuinl'hcd.
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
somely engtrsscd.
Copying and Translating in all languages in general utc In this Kingdom.
Eoal Estate bought and sold. Taxes raid and Piopcrly safaly inturcd.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Officos and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance effected In first-class Insuranco Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy nnd dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Articlo purchased ot sold ou most favorable terras.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
055" All Business entrusted to our oaro will rocclvo prompt and faithful attention at
modoralo chargos.
Having had an extensive business cxpeiieiice for ocr tucnty.flvo jenis in
New York City and clsewlicrc. wo feci competent to attend to all business of tin
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring (net and discretion, and rcpectfully
solicit a tilnl.
Ikll Telephone No. 274. Iltvwuiinu IJunUiohn Agroiiey.
Jan. 7.88 ly
EL
JUST TO HAND,
JEHx. S.JJ."li&Lxit valid
-AT-
-AND -
Fort Street Stores.
37 2w
NOTICE,
All pusons ate hereby forbid,
den from excavating, dipging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this district, without
the written order of the Road
SupcivlSor.
II- P. IIEBBARD,
Road Supervisor,
85 lm Konn, Oahu.
Just Received per Zealandia,
I3E1W CROP
New Zealand
Kidney Potatoes!
In small crates.
39 lw
VETERINAltY.
A RITCHIE ROWAT,
-X- Veterinary Surgeon.
Office and Itesidence: 1G0 King street
Mutual Telephone 35:. Orders left at
Hotel Stables will bo received and
prrniptly attended to. 43 3m
FOR SALE CHEAP.
AN Expiess Wagon, Boston make;
Pole and Shafih, marly new; aho,
one fcet of Double Harness. Apply 107
Kinir stieet. 43 lw
FOUND.
f
ADBAFT. The owner can have the
same by piovhiK propeity and
pajing espouses. Apply at the Bui,.
1.1.TIH Ofllie. 43 at
Dissolution of Partnership.
TJIIK interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
X farlano in the film of WEST,
DOW & CO. has this day been pur
chiwid by Mr. Gideon West, who ai.
sumes all liabilities of said linn. All
debts due said linn are duo and payable
to Mi. G. "West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1888.
MR. G. WEST having become solo
owner of the business (milled n
under the firm name of Went, Dow &.
Ce.,, wilt, infntuie, carry on said busi
ness under the linn namo aud btylo of
G. WEST & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 18b8. 80 lm
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpiIK Stockholders of O. Brewer &
JL Company, (L'd), will tak'o notice
that the annual mieiing of the Com
pany will bo held at tbo ollice on Quien
stieet, on WEDNESDAY, February lbt,
nut, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. OAllTEH, Secretary,
O. Brewer & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, JS88, 40 2w
NOTICE.
AT Hie annual meeting of tho United
Chinese Society held on tho Oth
Irst., tho following ofllceis were duly
elected.
C, Aleo President
Goo Kim Vico President
1 am Pal TrcaBitier
Ton ir Phong , . . feci clary
Ng Oliai Abs't Tnubiiier
Tain Wahlliu Abs't Secrelaiy
39 2w
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
jU rooms, No. 4 Gaidcn Lane, the
second door from Union street. Apply
on tho premises. 10 if
J.T.WATERHOUSE'S
9 &2
I I
si i"0
o 5 I go
W ? g o
B On
& . B
F $ CD
m
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Absolutely Pure.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot; .
28 Merchant Street.
Hop -A-le,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Meichant Street
Tahiti Lemonade.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Stieet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents pir dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
!
FOK SALE,
NEW ZEALAND OATS
A) Quality,
Just received ex Mariposa, by
OF
J. I BROWN & CD.,
17
28 Merchant Street.
lei Boats for Sale.
VE HAVE OK HAND
A Few Samples of our Boats.
Also, plnns and estimates of all kinds
-of Boats and repairs given at short
notice. Wc use only best material in
their, construction; no Monkey.pod
whatever; believing that the best labor
and material pays best, both buyers and
builder. Having already published
prices and several essential points not
generally known beneficial to boa's
round our Islands, which intending
purchasers wOuld do well to note. Our
improved facilities for building, or re.
palling enablo us not only to furnish
a superior artlcld but cheap, and wheio
doubt exists in this wc ileslro a compa.
rative inspection, before sale, at the En.
terprlEoMill or Printer's Lane, Punilt.
bowl street, where sampels can be seen.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Builder.
Mutual Telephone 825. 88 tf
NOTICE.
DURING my absence fiom this King,
dom my son D. II. Davie will act
for mo under full power of Allot ncy.
M. DAVIS.
Houolulu, Jan. 18, 1888 8J lw
fjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL ioima Poit, Madciia and Malaga,
for sale iu kegs and casca by
GONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen btreet.
JOB PRINTING o! all kinds exc.
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Oflico
MALCOLM BROWN,
NOTARY PUBLIC
For tho Island of Oahu.
Office,! : Gov't Btilldlt.g, Honolulu.
aotf
Boll Tel. 172.
P
Mutual Tol. 8G0.
O. Box 400.
Firo Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Stroct
ACCOUNTANTS '
-AND-'-
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
of the
Burlington and Chicago' Railway
AcroH America,
Connecting at Boston with the Azoroa
and Madeira
Thioiigh tickets gmnted from Honolulu
Mcichandhc stored nnd sold on com
mission. Consignments solicited.
Proppitics leased, rented uud sold.
Lcl'iiI documents drawn.
Books audited and iidju-led.
An ounts collided.
Authorized tollectoi, Mr. A. MorofJ.
REfVlflNCTON
THE Heminfrton Typewriter is the
standard writing mucliim' of tic
world. It prints 70 cliaraeteis, or wi'b.
certain crmbinntion nbnut80Oi miters,
with the operation of only 30 keys. Tho
machine is so simple tint auj oue can
write with it, and its imuiipul i'ion bo
easily understood, that hut liuiu pno
tice i, uquired to enable tiro opeialiu to
acquire facility in its use. TIip average
speed of the pen is from 15 to 0
words per minute, and the average speed
of the type writer is fiom 40 to 80 woids
per minute. Time spent in writing
-with the pen is at least two tbiids
wasted.
Orders for the aLovo instrument may
bo left with the undersigned at the of
ilee of V. G. Irwin & Co., and will re
cciye prompt attention. The undersign
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull instructions as to tbo use of tho
mucblue.
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. GIFFAHD,
So'eAgentfortho Hawaiian Islands.
1832 lm
Yosemite
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January Oth,
Hw Friday ETmii !
For Ladieb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
petfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
.Gaud in. Vtleiidanco.
TIIOB1AS E. WALL,
1001 Proprietor. lyr
NOTICE
THE Co.paitncrship existing between
S. V. Giaham and E G. Bchumau,
of Holiolulu, under the firm name of
the "Pacific Transfer Co." doing busi
ness in Honolulu, was dissolved by mu
tual consent on the 8th day of Juno,
1S87. All assets and liabilities -of said
firm were assumed hy E. G. Sihuman.
nirm.,1 )B.F. GRAHAM,
SS tf HKned frE. G SOHTJMAP.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
gkAThc prunUis now occupied
jftEpJSaby 8, K. Mahoe, at Kapalama.
lwraP3f'inT' """""" through Austin Lane
'lhu house consists of parloi, 5 bed
moms, kitchen, pantry and dining room.
Possession given immediately.
01 Apply to J. F. COLBURN.
Notice.
MESSRS J E BLOWN & CO. nro
authorized to collect accounts due
to me, and their leceipt will L a suffi
cient difchnrge.
A M. HEWETT.
Honolulu, Jan, S, 18d. 29 lm
NOTICE. , -
ALL accounts duo Mrc A. M. Mellis
of six months and over, will b"o
placed iu a Collectors hands without
furtuir notice if not raid by the' 151b,
inst, MBS. A. M. MELLIS,
31 2v 17 Emma sircet.
TO LET.
HOUSE and LOT, terms reasonable
inquire of T. W, Rawlins, Hawa.
it... . c , -ri...
nail uuiiji ITUJJIB.
Leleo, Honolulu.
3olf
NOTICE.
''piIE annual meeting of the stock
X lioldeis of the Hawaiian Ramie1
Co. Limited, will beheld on the 2th,
of January, at the office of Hon. W. R.
Cislle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Very important business
W. F. ALLEN,
...90 2w Secretary H. R. Co.
FOR SALE.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat. 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 223 fiet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Suif Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, G feet 0 luches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sallB all
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. H. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. SI tf
FOR SALE.
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less f 100 per month.
Long lease. For paiticulars apply at
this ollice. U3 lm
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ttdvcrtUo in tiro DAifcY Boxletim,
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Skating
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