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Hawaiian Islands )
To Tin: Ui-r.nK or tjik SurnnMi:
CounT Greeting : By virtue of the
power Nested in mo by the 812d Sec
tion of the Civil Code, I hereby order
a Special Term of the Supreme
Court, for the heating of such causes
ns could not be henrd at the present
term, to be held in Honolulu, Wed
nesday, the 1st day of February, A.
D., 1888, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
And you aio hoieby diieeted to
make this older known,
Witness my hand and
tlio seal of the Supremo
(Joint of tho Hawaiian
Islands, at Honolulu, this
iMth day of January, A.
A. F. JUDD,
Attest: William Fosti:h,
47 lw Clcik.
Ornci: or Tin: Boakd or IIi.ai.th,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 188S.
Sealed tendeis will bo leceived at
tho Oilico ol the Hoard of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, Januaiy 2.'!,
1888, for the delivery at the Lopei
Settlement, on tho Island of Molo
kai, of one htiudied and fifty coids
of Fiio Wood, within thtee lfionllis
from the dale of signing agt cement
for the bamc.
It is required that tho wood be of
algerob.t, monkey-pod, eucalyptus or
any of tho hard native woods; that
it be cut in (4) four feet lengths and
bo split if necessary, to as to be easily
handled ; that it be piled at Kalau
papa; and that it be measured by tho
Agent of tho Hoard of Health.
The time for receiving above ten
ders is extended till Januaiy 31,
1888 at 12 o'clock noon.
1ST. 13. EMEKSON,
Picsidcnl of the lloaul of Health.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Baiilc ol Culiloi-iiiu, H. 2T.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Cliristchurch, and "Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to neither Beet tor Party,
Snt established lor the benefit ot all.
THURSDAY. JAN. 2G, 1888.
WHY THE DELAY.
We arc daily attacked by a ques
which we are unable to answer. It
is this: Wheniis the Supremo Court
going to decide the disputed point
as to whether the King has, under
the Constitution, tho light of inde
pendent veto or not? We presume
the Court is ready to deal with the
matter whenever it is piopeily
brought before it. It is not tho
aluty of the Court to take tho initia
tive, and pass upon the validity or
invalidity of any law until a case
conies properly before it in which
the question is involved. But it is
matter of surprise and criticism that
the Government lias not embraced
tho opportunity of testing tho ques
tion, presented by tho lefusal of tho
Governor of Maui to hand over the
hooks and papcis of his oflicc, in
compliance with an order from the
Executive. If the Governor refuses
to obey the order on the ground that
the law abolishing the oflicc of
governor is unconstitutional in the
method of its enactment, and there
fore null and void, the Government
can bring action to compel obedi
ence, in which case the veto ques
tion would come before the Court
and be definitely settled. No think
ing n1nn will deny that it is sound
policy to decide the disputed point
now, in preference to delaying until
possible complications arise under
the operation of the so-called vetoed
bills. It must bo dealt with sooner
or later. The delay which has oc
curred affords ground for the belief
that the Government, which took tho
position in tho discussion in tho IIouso
that the King has no right of veto
without his Minister's advice, is
afraid of the issuo. For ourselves,
we arc not concerned two pins ns to
how the Supremo Court decides, but
simply ilcsiic to see the question set
at vest, whether tho i tiling favors
our view of tho Constitution or the
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
The general complaint from
tradespeople is, "Business extremely
dull and trade stagnant." The
workshops complain, "Nothing do
ing." Mechanics and laborers as
sert, some that they are not employ
ed half their time, and others that
they can ilnd no employment at all.
Not a very cheering condition of
things for those concerned, which
includes by far the mojor portion of
the community, to contemplate.
But all is not black. If there is
consolation in comparison, and
there often is, many other and
greater countries have been and are
passing through a slate of dcpics
sion much greater and worse than
auything we have hitherto known.
Then, wc trust there is solid ground
for hope tbat the political affairs of
the country aro gradually assuming a
condition of assured stability, which
will have a tendency to inspiic con
fidence and put into circulation
locked up capital. We have passed
through a crisis in our state polity,
which wc have been pleased to de
nominate a revolution, and have
been suffering from the disquieting
inevitable after effects. But if wc
correctly read the external and
visible signs, a decided change for
the better has come over the feeling
of the community during the past
few weeks. The excited talk which
had a tendency to disturb and
annoy peaceable and law-respecting
citizens has died out, and it is to be
hoped its authors have come sufll
cicntly to their senses to realize
what consummate fools they made
of themselves. We now have peace,
if prosperity is not so abundant as
we may wish, and this is a blessing
which peaceable and conservative
people estimate as of the highest
A FIELD FOR REFORM.
The Supreme Bench of the Ha
waiian Islands has long borne a
high reputation for ability and pur
ity. There is no indication of that
reputation dying away. The latest
addition to the Bench is in the line
of preserving and continuing the
character of the past. The lower
Courts of the Kingdom in the coun
try districts are not all and always
entitled to the same praise as the
supreme judiciary. In them,
through the ignorance or partiality
of the judges, justice sometimes
fails. Here is a field for the opera
tion of reform. There is nothing
more important in the Government
of the country than capable and
conscientious administratis of the
law. No Court of Justice in the
most remote and obscuie district ot
the kingdom is so insignificant that
an incompetent man should bo per
mitted to preside. There the rights
and liberties of the subject shotdd
find protection, and not be endang
ered by the ignorance or prejudice
of a faithless judge. The misera
bly small salaries paid have mili
tated against securing capable men ;
but this can be largely remedied
without increase of cost, by having
one man for more than one district.
For instance, one judge would pro
bably be sulllcicnt for all the coun
try courts ou this island. A session
once a week in the most populous
districts, and once a fortnight, or
once a month in some of the less
impoilant, is all that is needed.
One man could travel from district
to district, and by drawing the al
lotted salary for each would peihaps
bo sullicicntly paid for clllcient ser
vices. CUE OR HO CUE.
KniToit Bulixtin: I am aware
that the articles I consideied u duty
to writo on the Asiatic question,
have proved a veiy bitter pill to
some lew in this community. Of
couise all tiuths are always bitter
and unpalatable to those who happen
to be on tho wrong side, and sooner
than to acknowledge that I am light
and my opponents wrong, theso now
resort to trying to distoit my views
and question my motives.
My motives aro only theso : that
I am one of the people and that my
pecuniary intercbts here are jeopard
ized by tho impending ruin and
exodus of the white clement of this
My views aro simply that the
Asiatic immigration must bo stop
ped so as to keep in the white popu
lation and to pi event tho poor
kanaka from being diiven to tho
I do not wish and I Hunk no
body wishes any harm to tho Chi
nese or Japanese colonics already
here, for I consider that a reason-
able amount of Asiatics has proved
a useful factor for developing (ho'
lesources of tho country, and many
Chinamen settled here arc entitled
to as much consideration as any
other foreigner, being as they are
peaceful, law-abiding and useful
citizens. But those very Chinamen
1 hereby allude to, aro also the veiy
first to acknowledge that tho num
ber of their countrymen now here
being by far quite sulllcicnt they
do not themselves wish for any
more to bo brought over.
As for the Japanese, although
some people do not yet see it, they
are practically or will be, for our
purposes, quite ns obnoxious and
fatal ns the Chinese, and they arc
acknowledged, by thosowho know,
to be nlBO in quite sulllcicnt num
bers. Thus the cry that there is a
necessity for the Asiatic immigra
tion to be continued, is only a sel
fish voico from n very small minor
ity ot white men who arc ready to
go back against their own llcsh.
Now the Chinese question, wher
ever they go, is growing to be a
social one of paramount, vital ini
poitanco; and my readers arc too
well awaic of what at this very mo
ment, the feeling is in California
and in Austialia, of what it is
rapidly getting to be even in the far
Eastern Slates, for it to be neces
sary for me to insist further than by
saying that if in tho piospcrous and
powerful golden State, the Asiatics
are becoming a public nuisance,
then it ought not to be surprising,
that they make us feel mighty un
However, w e have not yet reach
ed such an acute state as in Cali
fornia, and for the time being our
position is quite clear. Without
knowing or attempting to guess
what the future will bring, for the
picsent, we, the people ol the Ha
waiian Islands, say that the con
tinuation of Asiatic immigiation
must be slopped. Wc do not yet
say as elsewhere that the Chinese
must (jo, we simply say thathi
uesc and Japanese alike must be
stojpeil from coming here any more.
Of course, as it happen in every
revolution, if adequate remedy is
not quickly forthcoming, then the
time will certainly come, when
either whiles or Asiatics will have
to go from hence. If my words
arc doubted, let us appeal to tho
foicigners and kanakas who wander
our streets in fruitless search for
work. A. Mahquks.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On FRIDAY, January 27th,
I will offer at my Salesroom at 10 o'clock
Assortment of Merchandise
as rou.ows :
Saddlery, Bridles and Twines,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
An Assortment of Ordinary and Fine
Glassware, Galvanized Pails and Buckets,
Iron Bedsteads, Majolica Ware, Candles,
Blue Mettled Soap, Curry Powder,
Cinnamon, etc., etc., etc., etc.
A Few Very Fine Dinner Sets
AND A 1'OI.Ij LlSE OP
LIQUORS, WINE & BEER, Etc., Etc.
fiST" Terms Liberal, will bo mado
known at thu time of Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY, .
18 2t Auctioneer.
1 tf " 7""
On SATURDAY, Jan. 28th,
At li! noon, at my Salesrooms, I will
bUI by Public Auction from
1 to 20 SHARES
OF THE 7
Peoples' Ice & Refrigerator Co.
.LEWIS J. LEVEY,
4S JJt Aui'iiouier.
A FINK California bred row'ina
call, mo mill u Imlt w ik o'd,
'Hi (mow ih a .0 d in Usui i. nit L.ai be
liiinillid by anyoiiu. For tcims, etc,
a() ly u FRANK LUDSW1KO, Queen
Street, next to Union Feed Coinjiiui v's
ON account of dcpnilure from the
Kingdom I oQcr tlio line young
stallion "Vouug Ycntuie, Jr.," for sale,
Sycaih old,8tituds 10 bands high, weight
1,100 lb. This horse Mas biod on tho
Island, by Mr. Horner, now at Lnbuliu.
Hlnlnmwiu a half I'utihen and half
Morg.in mare. Ho a- t-irid by ""i oung
Vent re." Ho Is without fault or blc.
nilsli; gtiiiianU'id Ulnd and geiiile and
Is a veiy immlkiii(j colt. A tp ciul
i'liariict'1'Ktiu ot the' 1 ono Ib hi com.
pact tulld. I iiIfo oiler the -labics mid
Out building, aho, a U!g and line
Biako for sale, corutr ol Punchbowl
and Queen sticets, at a bargain
40 tf OAFT. J. O. OIiVJVBY.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On MONDAY, January 30th,
At 10 o'clock a. m., at tho residence of
J. S. Maitln, Eq., No. 21U King
Blrect, on nccnutii of dcpnrtuio,
I will soil at Public Auction
Tho Entire Household Furniture I
Carved Black Walnut Parlor Sol, uphol
stered In plush,
Floor Carpol, Rugs,
Heavy Black Walnut Bookcase,
B. W. Chairs,
B. W. Oilico Tabic, Stand Lamps, Vases,
Carved B. W. Bedroom Sots,
Wovon Wiro Matlrasscs, Mosquito Nets,
Pillows, Painted Bedroom Set,
1 Domostlc Sowing Machine,
Upholstered Bed Lounge,
Black "W. Extension Table !
Crockory & Glassware, 1 "Alaska" Hclrl
gcralor, "Combination" Kitchen Table,
1 '-Gypsy Queen" Stove,
KITCHEN UTENSILS, BATH TUB, Etc.
t3F" Premises will be open for Inspec
tion on Stmiulny, January i8tli, fioin 10
o'clock a. m. toil . M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
P) til Auctioneer.
Valuable City Properly!
By order ot A. .T. Cartwright, Esq,, I
v ill sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, tjuccn street,
On SATURDAY, February 4th,
At 13 o'clock noon,
TIIE PREMISES KNOWN AS
" THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES,"
Situated on the cat corner of Beictania
and Gmlen sttccts liming a frontage
on Beictania ttrcct of 71 ft. 3 in., mid a
frontage on Garden stieit of 130 It , and
containing U20 lalhoms and 82 leet.
THERE IS A
Large Dwelling Houses,
1 Coitage and out-Houses
ON THE rilEMISES.
Premises terc foimerly occupied
by Captain llabcook.
Ifor further particulars,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
-19 td Auctioneer.
A FINE family duuble-scat carriage
in good order, will be i flcicd for
sale at tho auction room of .1. F. Morgan,
on SATURDAY noon. A chance for a
baigain. 49 2t
IN BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS !
Upon nirival of baik "LADY
For sale by
C. BREWER. & CO.
THE FINE Al TEA CLIPPER
Recently arrived from London and now
lying at Browcr'd 'Wharf.
This flue Clipper Barque was built
'for the China toa trade, and has made
some remarkably rapid passages. One
of her best beiiiR from Yokohama to
New York in ninety ouo dayc, which
btands to-day as the faMot on record.
Tho vessel is huilt of to lie, gr en. heart
and oak, !s copper fattened throughout,
and U thoroughly udl found in tackle,
sjIIs. bouts, pars, ringing, etc., etc
Having been thoroughly overhauled
and nowjy coppered jutt before leaving
Londjt, and h ratod Al at Lloyds.
This line Karqtio has a ranging enpa.
city of about 1;100 ton dend weight,
ami bctweeu 1,200 and 1,300 wtitsht and
ineastncmciit. On ono oyaye to London
she carried l.t.,00 tons mrasuruiicnt of
Intending purchasers ill plcaso make
Jnimedititoiipplicullon to her Agents,
Q. W, MACFARIAHE & CO.,
And for further Information respecting
thu vessel to tlio Captain ou boaul.
Honolulu, Jan. Sfi, 16S8. AH If
BY a Japanese and wife, a situation
whirc they can make thuubelvee
useful. Tho man can do gcnirul yard
woik and tako raio of hones, and the
woman underFlaiids gencial housework.
Apply at thi- oilico 47 3i
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X imvn ti'o in thu DaHiY itm.i.171 in.
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HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Accountants and Colloolors, Roal Estate, Firo &. Lifo s uranco
Agents, Custotn-l-lotiso, Loan and Exchango Brokors.
Depai'cmcnts of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collections vttl recclvo special attention nntt returns promptly nndo.
Conveyancing; a Specialty. Rccoids searched and correct Absttacts of Title
Leecal Documents nnd Papers of every drscilptlou carefully drawn and hand.
somel' engus ed.
Copying; and Translating i" all languages in general utc li this Kingdom.
Real Estato bought and sold. Tuxes paid and Property safely Insured.
Houses, Cottagc3i Rooms, Offices and Land leiscd and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance ofl'w.toil In first elms Insurance Companies,
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorablo rales.
Adveitiscmonta and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Articlo purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
tSf All Business entrusted to our oaro will recolvo prompt and faithful attention at
liming had nn extensivo business xpeilcnco for over twcnty.flvc years iu
New York City and elsewhere. r,o feel competent to attend to all business of mi
Intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact nnd discretion, and iojpci.tfully
solicit n ti i il.
Bill Telephone No. 274. IlJi-wniinn lSuwineNH Agency.
Jan. 7.88 ly
JUST TO HAND,
HEX: S.!S. A.TasstliEL
Fort Street Store.
All persons are heicby forbid
den, frrm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this distiict, -nlthout
the written otder of iholload
II- F. IIEBHARD,
3o lm Koua, Oahu.
(Lincoln Block, King Street.) .
UPSTAIRS Is a Fe'cct Dining Room
wheio Poultiy, if desiied, T.-jlI be served
llnre times a day. Thi room has Clean
Tabh' Linen, Silver Plated Waio, New
China, c'rnl tnd attentie waiters, and
the Table is supplied -with every deli
cacy tlic Jl.ukcls afford.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Ckau and
Substantial Food ot many variotios.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
40 dm V. AH I!EK.
NEW CHOP HOUSE.
Tho undcr'igned resptctfully notify
the public, that they havo
(NoU above the Custom llou'o;
' AS A
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Whero their pations aro assured of re.
cciTing nothing but what is
Hist class in mod, cooking
EST NO CHINESE AHE EMPLOYED -a
By strict attention to business ami an
earnest endeavor to pleiite bur pations,
we solicit your patronage.
RARKER & MeXEAN.
4t lm ,
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpiIK Stockholder of C. Brewer &
X Company, (I'd), will tako notion
that the annual meeting of tho Com
1 any will bo hold at tho oftlco on Queen
btieet, ou WEDNESDAY, Febiuary'lst,
next, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. CARTKR, Secretary,
C. Uruver & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1888 40 2w
Tahiti Lemonade Works,
CUSTOMERS who havo on hand auy
of our Unities or Cases, would
greatly obligo by tending word to tho
Dcpdt, 28 Merchant btreet, mid they will
at once bo cullid for.
Our lit tiles ii' o all crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WORKS" blown Hit icon.
Hell Telephone 17a.
Mutual Telephone 3C0.
lli tf .1. E. RltOWN & CO.
EYAN'S BOAT BUDDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J loumb, fo. 4 Uatden Lane, tbo
second tlror from Union stieet. Apply
on IhnptfinlHPS. , if if
C1LEAN RAGS ami second hand
' oioiliing win bo gi at fully iccelv
ed for the uxo of the iiiulttes of the
UiMiifh Hospital for J.qicrs at KtikaaUo,
or M ihoLipct btttlinent on MoloUai,
if left with J T. Watuhousc, Ji at the
Queen atitet Store. t&f tf
rrHE PEOPLES' PAPER-
Daily Rullcliu 00 els per inov
Tl 5 I CD
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Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Meichnut Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
8 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per do.en, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppcs. 33
M MAI DATS!"
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just receive ex Maiiposa, by
J. R BI10W1I & Co.
28 Mci chant Street.
lew Boats for Sale.
7VE HAVE ON HAND
A Few Samples of our Boats.
Also, plans nnd estimates of all kinds
of Boats and rcpalri given at short
notice. We use only best mateiial in
their construction; uo Monkey.pod
whatever; believing that the best labor
and material pays best, both buycts and
builder. Having already published
pi Ices and several essential points not
generally known beneficial to boats
lound our Islands, which intending
purchasers would do well to note. Our
Improved facilities for building or ic
pairing enable us not only to furnish
a superior articlo but cheap, and whero
doubt exists In this uo desiro a comoa.
iatie inspection, before sale, at tho En
terprise Mill or Printer's Lane, Punch,
bowl street, v hero bampcls can bo seen.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Catpenter & Builder.
Mutual Tclophono 825. 38 tf
FOR gjALE CHEAP.
AN Expiess Wagon, Iioiton make;
Tole and Shaltp, nearly new; albo,
ono set of Doublo Harness. Apply 107
King Mrcet. iUlv,
fiMNEST brands of cali-
X' forma 1'oit, Madciia and Malaga,
for sate iu kegs and cu-l-k by
GONSALVEtj & CO.,
01 Queen street.'
JOB PRINTING ol all kind, exe
cuted.at the Daily Buixetih OOlco
For tho Maud of Oahu.
Ofllce, : : Gov't Huildir.g, Honolulu.
Hell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. SCO.
I'. O. Hox 40!).
. E. BROWN & 00.,
Firo Proof Stone llulldlng,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Hoton with the Azores
Through ticket g anted from Honolulu
Metchaudlsc stored and sold on torn,
mission. Consignments solicited.
Propel ties leased, rented and Bold.
I.ottnl documents dr.uwt.
Books audited nnd adjtu-ted.
At counts collected.
Authoiircd collector, Mr. A. Moroft.
nnHE Henungton Typewriter is the
X Standard willing imiciiiuo of tho
woiltl. It prints 70 oi'iiraotets, or with
certain ctmbination. i.bnul 80 tlit-meters,
with the operation of only 30 keys. Tho
machine is so simple that any one can
write with it, and its inatiipul ttinn Is s-o
easily understood, that but Hutu pmc
tier U icqulred to cn.iblu tlm dpi riv. i to
acquire facility in it oc. Th" ne--ago
speed of the pen is frim 10 to- 20
vords per minute, and the average speed
of the type writer is from 40 to fcO words
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pun is at least two thirds
Orders for the above instrument may
be left -nith the undersigned at the of
lice of W. G. Iiwin !fc Uo ', and will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull instructions ns to the use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
W. M. G1PPARD,
Sole Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing Janunry 0th,
Every Friday Evening; !
For Ladies and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
.Bund in Attoudnnce.
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
THE Co-paitncrship existing between
S. F. Graham and E G. Bchuman,
of Hoholulu, under the firm name ot
the "Pacific Transfer Co." doing biisl
nets in Honolulu, was dissolved by mu
tual consent on the 8tU day of June,
1887. All assets and liabilities of said
firm were assumed by E. G. Schumon.
Slrrned I B. F. GKAH AM,
SS tf a'ned'fE. G SOIIUMAy.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
The premises now occupied
I... c I.' Uoi,nn .. Tr.i. ......
SsJaEntrancr tbronch Austin Lane
'I he house consists of parlor, 5 bed
romiid, kiichen, puntry and dining room,
l'o'.hession given immctliately
01 Apply to J. F. COLBUKN.
MEWSKS. J, E Bl?OWN & 00. nro
authoilcd to collect accounts due
to me, and their iccclpl will b a Mitll
A M. HEWETT.
Honolulu, Jnn, 3, 18f. 29 lm
ALLnccouutsdueMip. A. M. Mellls
of tix months and over, will be
placed in a Collectors hands without
further notice if not raid by the IBth,
inM. MHB. A. M. MELLIB,
1 2w 17 Eramu street.
HOUSE and LOT, terms reasonable
inquire of T. W. Itawlins, Hawa
Ban Soap Works.
Leleo, Houolulu. 3o If
'TMIE hunual meeting of tile stock
-L hohlets of the Hawaiian Itumle
Co. Limited, will beheld on the 2Bjh.
of Janunry, at-tho ofllco of Hon. V. K.
Castle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. ra.V
Very iinpottant busiuess. "
Y. F. ALLEN,
. 2w Secretary II. R. Co.
AT tho annual meeting of tho United
Chineto Society held on tho 0th
Inst., tho following ofllpeis were duly
O. Alec President
o Kli VicoPrefcident
'""i 1JI Treasurer
'long Phong Pecreiary
NgCImn Ass't Trtasttrer
'lam Wahllin Ass't Hccretaiy
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long lease. For naviculars apply at
this pfllce. 4 U3 lin
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