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vw y Y .'! DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I, APRIL 29, 1889. HI III! HI HIIIHiMIIIII I I llllll I, """ ' I- .- ,,1 Mi ir BY AUTHORITY. In tlie Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, ORDER, By virtue of Hie power vested in mo by the 842d Kcilioii of Hie Civil Code, I hereby otd r iv Sliecinl Term of tho Supieme Coiut to be held in the Court Boom of Aliioliuii llnle, in Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY, tho 12th day of June, 18vS9, at 10 o'clock a. M for the tiiul of civil caaca by foreign,, jury from the April Term, 1889, and none other. ( ") Witness my hand and J L. S. seal of the Supreme ( ) Court ut Honolulu, this 2Gth duy of Apiil, 1889. A. F. JUDD, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Attest: Henry Smith, Clerk, 233 6t In Re Papaikou Sugar Co, DKi'AinjiHST or Tin: Lvrmtioit,) Honolulu, Apnl 22, 1881). $ Whereas the l'.i,.iikou Sugar Com pany h.o-, put ,-tiiint to Ihu laws in Mich ciit-e made and piuuded, duly filed with tho undesigned a Petition for the dissolution of the said Corpor ation, together with a certificate thereto annexed as lcquircd bylaw; Now Theiefore, Notice is heii-by given to any and all pcifOiib wlio nave been or are now inlereMed in any manner what soever in the tuid I'mpoiutiou, that objections to the granting of the said Petition mst be filed in the cilice of tho undersigned on or belnrc the 25th day of June, 18S9, and that any per 011 or persons detiring to be heard theieon must be in attendance at the ollice of tho uudeisigned in Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m. of that day, and show cause why said Petition should not be granted. L01U11N A. THURSTON, Minister of the Interior. 2:11 lw THE fjaiiti $unfiit Phdtfcd to neither Sect nor Party, lint istal'lfsihcl for the benefit of all. MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1889. A FIELD FOR A MISSION. Here is a field for the occupation of a wanJiip, say, of Great llritaiu or the United Stales. Tlieie aie in numerable i-iuiiiU in this ocean, which are new i u-ularly visited by vessels of any nationality or des ciiption. It sometimes occurs that vessels unintentionally reach some of these islands, get stranded and became total wrecks. Those of the crew and passengers who ore so fortunate as to get ashore, subsist in the best way they can contrive until some stray vessel comes along and picks them up, get away to some civilized place in an open boat, or meet death through starvation in their desolation. As instances with in the knowledge of our readers may be mentioned the Dunnottar Castle, the General Seigel, and the Wandering Minstrel, survivors from each of which wrecks have ultimate ly lenched Honolulu. Another ves sel, the Phoebe Chapman, which has left Honolulu long enough with out being heard of to lead to the belief that something has gone wiong with her, may have met the fate of one of the vessels before named. Then there may be many others, from other parts, similarly unfortunate. Who can tell how many shipwrecked people may be cast away on unfiequented islands in this ocean, waiting and hoping for seme friendly ship to come along and rescue them. Here, we repeat, is a field for the useful occupation of some warship, to go an a searching expedition. A inoro benevolent mission could not be undertaken. EASTER PRAISE SERVICE. The Muster praiso service at the Central Union Church, Sunday even ing, was attended by u very Jart;e congregation. As may bo expected the lloral decorations on the pulpit platform and the choir desk were very beautiful. The choir under dircctjon of Mr, Myron Jones jen dercd special limbic in a very fine manner, Mr. Jones accompanying on the, organ with much skill, The pastor of the church gave an appro priate address from the words, "We know iawhom we have bolieYcd," WAILUKU TEACHERS' TION. CONVEN- TROCEEDINCS DURING THE WT.KIt. The teachers of this examination district assombled at tho school hoiiBo, Wailuku, Monday morning, Aptll 22d, forty-seven persons pres ent, as follows: LIST OF TEACHERS ATThNDtNO THE CONVENTION. MAUI 1 K ICUEKS. liana District : Mr. B. ludioopai, Mr. Saunders, Mr. Jonah Ntikila, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Lake, Mis. Ka hoopai. District of Wailuku: Prof. II. R. Hitchcock, It. Z. Austin, Mr. 0. Paine, Mis. II. Z. Austin, Miss B. K. Daniels. District of Makawao: Mr. Ka hauhlo Maikai, Mr. K. W. Zumualt, Mr. W. C. Crook, Mr. Peter Noah, Miss KlleuCopp, Mrs. M. A. Pa, Mrs. May L. Hall, Miss Ida Camp bell, Miss May IJ. Wallace, iMiss A. Crook, Miss R. E. Crook, Mrs. Crook. District of Lahaina: Mr. Geoige Kauhi, Mr. 11. Dickenson. Miss E. K. Thompson, Mrs. 11. Dickenson, Miss W. Baldwin, Mrs. T. J. Ilay- seldcn, Miss E. M. Dickenson, Miss Rosa Kaukaha, Miss Phoebe Tay lor. HAWAII TEACHERS. District of North & South Ivona: Mr. Sam Picro, Mrs. T. K. R. Amahc, Mr. W. Muller, Mr. John Aiu, Mrs. Thomas Aiu. JIOl.OKAI TEACHERS. Mr. J. II. Van Gicscn, Mr. Ka haulclio. OAIli; TEACHERS. Honolulu: Miss Z. Atkinson. Candidates: Miss Emma II. Daniels, Miss Lilia Pali, Mr. Thos. Pa, Mr. L. II. Zumwalt. Aeatau T. Atkinson, Lectnrer and Examiner. Honolulu. ORDER Or EXERCISES. Monday, 9 to 12 The Inspector General gave a. very instructive lecture on Piimary Woik Lan guage, followed by Miss Zoe Atkin son on Writing, illustrated by com plete system upon the board. Mr. Van Giesen, of Molokai, then ex plained the Tonic Sol Fa System of Music, and proved himself thor oughly conversant with the subject. Mr. Van Giesen possesses a very sweet and musical voice, which he has under admirable control. Mr. Edgar Zuinw.dt then took up the subject of Phonics, and with the assistance of Mr. Atkinson explained and illustrated the subject very thoroughly. 1 p. m.toS Written examination and Spelling, Mental Aiithmetic and Dictation for Primary Giadc. Tuesday Written examination in Arithuistic, occupied the teachers during the morning session. From 12 to 3 p. m. The lectures weie a continuation of those given the previous day, with the addition of an illustration of tho Kindergar ten System of Physical Geography and Map Modeling, by Mr. Van Giesen. Wednesday, morning session Ex amination in G laminar. Afternoon session Mr. Atkinson spoke at length upon the proper method of teaching Irom the Primer, giving rules, etc., also upon nrst steps in Arithmetic, both very in structive and interesting. Then followed the lectures upon Tonic Sol Fa System of Music, Map Mo deling and the Phouicb. The teachers who endeavored to pass the examination in the Gram mar Grade gave up the contest and withdrew, it being a tiifle beyond their ability. They were all natives. Thursday, morning session Ex amination in Geography, Composi tion and Reading. Afternoon session Sentences and working with a very well put lecture from Mr. Atkinson, assisted by Mhs Zoe Atkinson, on Gruhe's Method of Arithmetic, with full illustration upon tho board by Miss Zoe, follow ed by lectures upon voice culture Phonics with a few remarks on percentage. F lid ay, morning session Examin ation in Theory and Practice. Afternoon Session Phonics con cluded. Theic was a lecture on the course of study for Public English Schools of Hawaii as published by the Board of Education, 1888, by Mr. Atkinson, with a few remarks upon Arithmetic by the same gen tleman, followed by some very pithy remarks from Prof. II. R. Hitchcock on school discipline which weie encored. After which Mr. II. Z. Austin spoke upon the advan tages of Teachers Meetings, and succeeded in organizing such a meet ing, to include all teachers in Maka wo, Kahiilui, Wailuku, Wnikapu and Wuihee, to be held at Wailuku School House, monthly. A vote of thanks was then ex tended to Mr. Atkinson for his con tinued kindness and unvarying patience, by the teachers assembled, which was very gracefully acknow ledge by that gentlemen, who gave us his final Aloha; and tho Wailuku Teachers' Convention for 1889, was dismissed. AH present then assem bled in n gioup upon the front piazza of the school house, to he photographed by Mr. Gonsalves. Vfi were very agreeably surprised by the enthusiasm und undivided interest manifested by the teachers ; the attendance was perfect, every teacher answering promptly to bis, or her nsunu, ut loll cull, each ses sion ; und hi view of the fact, that for threo days, wo have had the heaviest, and in fact, only, rain of tho season, wo think tho teachers deserve great credit. Tho genial Inspcctor-Gcncr.il, Mr. Atkinson, 1ms won for himself many friends, who will long remember him with kindly thoughts and sin cerely trust he will continue as their leader. In conclusion, lam pleased to sny this convention has been a most unqualified success. II. Z. A. FUNERAL OF MRS. DOMINIS, SR. On Satin day afternoon, at half past tin ot o'clock, the funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Dominis took place from the family residence, Washing ton Place, Herelaiiia street, and was largely attended. The remains which were enclosed in a handsome koa coflln, lay in the centre of the fiont parlor surrounded by the most beautiful lloral decorations. On tho collin amongst other devices was a. handsome wreath of stcphanotis and heliotrope. The plate was of silver with the following inscription "Mary Dominis. Bom August !5, 1803. Died April 25, 1889." At the end of the collin was a small silver plate with the word "Rest" engraved on. The services were conducted by the Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., pastor of the Central Union Church. After the singing of a hymn by the choir of that church, Dr. Beckwith read several passages of scripture followed by a eulogy of the deceased lady, in which he lefcned to her many acts of charity and hospital ity especially towuids strangers, during her long residence in the islands. After offering up prayer the choir sang the hymn, "Rock of Ages," and the benediction brought the service to a close. Among those present at the house were noticed: II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalaui, Hon. John O. Dominis, II. R. H. Princess Kniulani, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Princes Kawanana koa and Kalanianaolc attended by Mr. J. W. Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain, Piincess Ninito (Mrs. John Sumner) of Tahiti, Hon. A. F. Judd Chancellor ot the Kingdom, His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minister Foreign Af fairs, His Ex. Geo. W. Menill U. S. Minister Resident and Mrs. Meirill, Major J. II. Wodehouse II. B. M.'s Commissioner, Mons. G. G. B. d'Anglade Fiench Commissioner, Sciihur A. de Souza Caimvarro Por tuguese Commissioner, Mr. T. R. Walker British Vice-Consul, Mr. A. J. Cartwright Con-ul for Peru and Mrs. Caitwilght, Mr. J. F. Iluck feld Consul for Belgium, Mr. II. F. Glade Consul for Germany, Mr. II. W. Schmidt Consul for Sweden and Norn ay, Messrs. C. Alee and Goo Kim, Commercial Agents for China, Hon. W. C. Parke, Hon. II. A. Widi-mann, Hon. W. F. and Mrs. Allen, Hon. Wm. G. and Mrs.Irwin, lion. C. P. and Mrs. Iaukea, Hon. S. M. Damon, Mrs. W. L. Green, Miss Judd, Mrs. C. T. Gulick, Mis. A. Ro3a, Mrs.J. T. Waterkouse, Sr., Hon. James and Mrs. Campbell, Capt. J. II. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. J. A. and Mr. Hopper. Hon. Sam. and Mrs. Parker, Hons. W. J. Smith, John Ena, W. D. Alexander, Paul Neumann, M. P. Robinson and A. N. Tripp, Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. J. A. Cummins, Mis. Ilaalelea, Mrs. C. F. Bush, Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Mr, C. Afong, Miss Brickwood, Miss Afong, MibS Melntyre, Miss Merse burg, Mrs. J. M. Damon, Mrs. Capt. Fuller, Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Mr. W. II. and Mrs. Aldrich, Major J. D. Holt, Dr. J. S. McGrew, Messrs. F. W. Damon, C. O. Berger, R. A. Macliu, Jr., II. Garstin, J. O. Carter, Alex. MeKibbin, A. S. Ilartwell, S. C. Allen, J. M. Mon- sarrat, F. S. Spencei , and represent ative of the Bulletin aud "Adver tiser." The remains were taken to Niiu- anu Cemetery followed by a large number of caniages. The pall bearers were: lions. W. F. Allen, M. P. Rohitibon, II. A. Widemaun, C. P. Iaukea and S. Paiker, Messrs. S. C. Allen, J. 0. Carter and A. Herbert. The Hawaiian Band was stationed in the cemetery and played appropriate music as the body was laid in its final resting place. SUPREME CQURT--AT CHAMBERS. nUFOKK JUDJ, c. Satujuuv, April 27th. The King vh. Tan You. Assault and battery. Appeal from District Court, Waianae. Fined S2o and 85.10 costs. The King vs. Ah Ton Vee ct al. Gaming. Appeal from District (Joint, Waianae. Fined 620 and ! hours hard labor. Daiikruptey of V. It. lluchanan. Proof of claims and election of as signee. Twenty-three claims aro aliened proved amounting to 84, 173. !50. Five creditors ropiesenting $964.77 nominate L. T. Valentine for assignee and two creditors re presenting 82, (! 17.04 nominate J. F. (Jolbuni. HKKOlti: PIIKbTOK J. MONDAV, Iii re estate of J. 15 of Kakaako, deceased, probate of will, ote. niibscd. Apiil 29th. Kcoholiii (U) Petition for Petition dis- S5.00 KEWAllD Wirt!; be paid to io perton re. fifoST8- turning to Uom nlvos vLaSU .(. f. l Rornil Colt. IS j-?5& months old, no brand, strayed or stolen fiom Kauluwela, School street, on the 24th April. 334 3t WHY HE DID NOT CO TO THE HOSPI TAL. HE COW.D M3A1 THROUGH THE AIU. Y object in writing 5s two-fold : to express ray gratitude for a great benefit, and to tell a short story which cannot fall to interest tho feelings of many others. It Is all about myself, but 1 have remarked that when a man tells Hie honest truth about himself he is all the more likely to be of use to his fellow-creatures. To begin, then, ypu must know 1 had long been more or less subject to attacks of bronchitis, a complaint that you are nware is very common and troublesome in Great Britain in Certain seasons of the year. Some months ago I hud a very severe turn of it, worse, I think, than I ever had before. It was probably brought on by my catching cold, as wo are all apt to do when wo least expect it. Weeks passed by, and my troublo proved to bo very obstinate. It would not yield to medicine, and aa I also be gan to have violent racking pains in my limbs and back, I became great ly alarmed. I could neither cat no sleep. If 1 had been a feeble, sick ly man, I should have thought less strangely of it; but as, on the con trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I fcaicd some new and terrible thing had got hold of me, which might make my strength of no avail against it. I say, that was the way 1 thought. Presently I could not even lie down for the pain all1 over my body. I asked my doctor w hat lie thought of tny condition, and he liankly, "I am sorry to have to tell you that you are getting worse 1" This so Iriglitened my friends, as well as myself, that they said k''J'houHis, you must io to this Uosital it may be your only cluviceiir lit'd" But I didn't wnnt to go to the hospital. Who does, when lie thinks he can possibly get along without doing it? I am n labouiing man, with a large family depending on mo for support, and I might al most as vell be in my grave as to be laid on my back in :i- hospital unable to lift a hand for months, or God only knows how long. Right at this point 1 had a thought Hush across my mind like a streak of sun shine in a cloudy day. I had heard and read a good deal about Mother Seigel's Curative Syiup, and I re solved, befoie consenting to be taken to the hospital, I would try that wellknown lcmcdy. On this I gave up the doctor's medicine and began taking the Syrup. Mark the wonderful result! I had taken but three doses within twenty-four hours when 1 was seized with a fit of coughing, and threw up the phlegm and mucus off my chest by the mouthful. The Syrup has loosened and broken it up. Continuing with the Syrup, the racking pain, which I believe came from the bitter and poison humors in my blood and joints, soon left me entirely, and I ielt like going to sleep, and I did sleep sound aud quiet. Then I felt hungry, with a natural appetite, and as I ate I soon got strong and well. I felt I could hap throwjh the air with dcliyit! In a week 1 was able to go to my work again. It doesn't seem possi ble, yet it is true, and the neigh bours know it. Theie aie plenty of witnesses to prove it. And, therefore, when I say I preach the good news of the great power of Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di sease far and wide, nobody will wonder at me. Thomas Canning. 75, Military-ioad, Cantcrbrry, Kent. Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup is for salo by all chemists and medi cine vendors; and by the Proprie tors, A. J. Wliito, Limited, 3f,, Far-ringdon-ioad, London' IS. C, Eng. Inn. 13-88-4 Hawaiinu Tramways Co, liESIITIIU. 'yfJ".i' .ui?x WE urn prepared to give Special Cars to U'uilciki lor oulinary fares v iih a minimum of 25 passengers any day c.sci-pi Saturday and Sunday. No. tioo tu bu uImmi at tho Company's Ollice tbo duy previous. 230 lw POUND NOTICE. nPHK undersigned will sell at public JL auction on Saturday, May ltli, nt 12 noon, nt the Government Pound, ICo. h"laloi, 1 Horse and 1 Maie. On Hie 11th iii'-lant, 12 Hor-iis, 1 Colt, 1 Mare and Colts, A. B. KAAUKUU, 2. It Pound Muslur. NOTICE. NEITHER tho captain nor tho agents ot ilio Ihiilsli hark ".lama c.i" will be icspi nlblo fur any debts conducted by the otUcurs or Crow, during her ttay in l ort. P. A. SOUAEFER A CO., 230 lit Agents bark "Jamaica." SITUATION WANTED A YOUNG Mini (Portugucfc) wishes a situation as coachman or gar. lienor, or boiii. Speak Kugllhli und will inn lie liinibclf useful in any way. Apply lo 23,1 lw GONSALVES is CO. LADIES NUHSE. MllS. STEVENSON, and ladies' nuitc, accoucheuse Testimonials of 22 years experience at Queen Char, lotto Lying.il). ilospitul, London. Other islands not objected to. Ru&ldenco, "Jordan lloubc," School 'Btrcet'P; O. Box 475 ( Mutual Tolo. U73. 170 3m Auction Salos by James F. Morgan. Menriter's Sale! On Wednesday, May 1st, AT IS O'CLOCK MOOS, At Wnrclioun 'f 11. Haek'cld &Co, corner of Fort mid Quciu streets, 1 will sell at Public Auction, for account of whom it may concern " II, In trlanglo; W: 47 bu Galv. Cornieatcd Iron, 8.834g, (5. 7. 8 miI 9 feet. 15 bdlsOiilv. rotrugateil Iron, 8-3x24g, ('., 7 and i 10' f. M bills Galv Corrugated Iron. 10-32tg, (I, 7 anil 8 foot. P, In diamond: 1.1818 b'Os 17G 12 feel Straight Sec tiotis Fowler's Portable Track, BO gunge, 11 lbs Ralls. H. It. & Co. T. II. & S. 201 BOO BOO drums I'ulo Boiled buck's LiiiFecil Oil. Hub. H. II. & Co. W. No. 300120 colli, No. 4 Fence Wire. No flOl IDS rolls, No 5 Fence Wire. No, 302101 coll, No. 0 Fence Wire. No. fcOJ un-cs, ouch 50 plnU Saner- brunncu No. 10113 1 cae, lj(j dozen Trimmed Hats. N'o 27J1 1 cuse, 38J dozen Tilmmcd lints. No 2::o 1 cn 38 dozen Uosary Beads. No 2121 cuse 41 tloccn l'ipcs. D.unugoil mi voyage of importation, ex G rmiin Imtk "G. N. Wilcox," from Mr men to Honolulu. Torms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin. JAS. F. lUOliaAN, 23 1 -It Auctioneer. M Lessee & Manager : Lewis J. Luvcy. For n. Short Season Only COM MKNOI.SU Saturday, M ay 4, 8 389, Liigaguui'iii of the World lie nowuid Cyclist and Champion Trick Rider, 'j ait by, wiio will npputr in hi, tiou un famous cxhihi- Two and One Whee! Cycles. SpccialKug'igement of Professor MELVILLE. Who will npjipir on thuTiaprzc ami for " this ccu.iiion will perioral h New Flight of tho Host Difficult Kind IMtlUHS us IJMUAI;. tTTf Box plan will oprn nt Lewis J. Luvuj's ollice, corner of Foil and Qntcn trcLlrt. on TJiiiifcday muiuing, Mav 2nd, hi '.' o'clock 23S Ct NOTICE of REMOVAL. A. L. SMITH HAS REMOVED HIS place of business on Koi t street to 111-store in tlie Mclnlre likel;, just I clow Wcimcr & 0.).V, Fori street, win re lie wi'l bi plcunuil to .serve his ciistoinus until liU nn- More is finished. 235-2w N OTICE of REMOVAL. J. W. ilcGUUlE havimr moved his place of business fiom the ollice of the IliiwnilniiTiansfcr Co., to the harniiss shop of F. Philips, No. 02 King street, ben to notify his friends and the public generally that ho Is ready to con tinue the cxpicss and drny business under the name of .T W. JleGuire. Hell Telephone No. Ill, Mutual 53. 230 tf NOTICE. ALL parties who are indebted to tho 11 1 in of Egan & Co, 75 ai.il 17 Port blrcct, aio requettcd to make an immediate settlement. Legal action? Mill be talieu on all accouiils which ie. main unpaid May 1, IBti'.l. 223 Id NOTICE IS hoicbyghon that tlie parlnciship hcictoforo existing between tilling Tin Kwnl and Qwong YiekLung, under tho linn name of Qwonir YIek Lunar Co. doing business at Kahului, Maui, has been dissolved. The business will henceforth bo carried on by Qwong YIek Lung, who will collect all the debts and pay all the liabilities of tho lato firm. 230 2v NOTICE. AS I inn nd to close out my business on April 25th, I give notice that all tYiilchc? and jewelry, loft over threo months for repair, will bo told atauo tiou, if not claimed on that date. All outstanding accounts not paid on April huiii, win do placed hi the hands of a collector. 220 td MAX ECKART. K.W. WILCOX, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Also sole acent for tho Manln Wlnilnw Screens, Combined Bevel Squares, Stan, ilunl, Goodrich, etc., Sowing Machines, Ulcjcles, 'lric)olcs, Velocipedes, etc. Olllin', corner of Dethel aud King; sts, upnalis. Apr.17 89-ly David Dayton Will practlco hi the lowtr courtB of the Kingdom as attorney, atlcnd to collect ing in all its binnehes, renting of houses aud any other business enlnuted to him. Oillce- 91 King Btrcct Fubli.89 Upstair. THE OLDEST DAILY in tho X Kingdom 'The ually Bulletin." The IVSanuf act urers' Shoe Oo. 88 & SO " ihJJwlilj- J001 yi Wholesale S Retail Boots & Shoes. Correct Styles iff Latest Designs J&3 All Prices. o 2230 tf O. J3. I EILEfiS & CO. JLO -G5-E!L.TX OXEJrJCrsTtS-- -OF- EUROPEAN and AMERICAN mi ltf& N. Ik On and after of our Dressmaking llooms. May -OFFElt AT BED Ctilifoniisi Hay, Gals, Bran, Oil Cake Meal, Linseed. Meal, Barley, Rolled Barley, Telephones, No. 175. f lie Finest Assortment of S tylisli Millinery -SUOII ei Ladies', Mibses' & Childicn'b Untiimnied Hath, ) -WILL BE This Tuesday, Wednesday and the Rest of This Week. We have imported tho fiiicsl class of Millinei y, regardless the cost, knowing the taste of Honolulu ladies. The ladies aio coulially invited to inspect our goods. CH&S. J. F3SEP, The Leading Millinery House, cor. Foit & Hotel Bts. NOTICE. DURING improvements tho Kmopc.in Rcstaursnt will be closed until further notice. 229 1v J. P. UOWEN & CO. FOR SALE HpIIE Lotse of i acre of 1 Lund on Punchbowl Hill, sliuatcd hemieu llielola occupied by Then. II. IJoelimo and Geo. Mull r, tor thu miupirfd teim lo Dec. C, 189S. There is a Lnrgu Iloufe on the premises, which is included in this oil' r. Possesion given nl once. Km pvili culars iuquiru at tin- ollice of 231 3t ALLBN & ROUINSO.V. COTTAGE TO LET .AKV& fN Lllilux street. ry,,Sfr J per month. i street. Rent S12 M. S. GR1NBAUM & CO., Queen street. 23!i lw TO LET VERY desirable ?uiic of Rooms and iicconimoda. for housekeeping Jor a couple in u street cars, oilier. fine locality on tin; line of Address "P," Bum.istin saa'iw HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE. A V.VJ UABLE Lot at the curiier of Fort and Solio")! streets, over of an acre with one Collage. Apply to 214 tf J. M. VIVAS. IO LET A HOUSE, with 3 large and 2 mudl rooms with kit chen ami batluoom attached, on Alakea "trecl, oppnsito Dr. Me. Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre mises, or ot this ollice. 210 tf ROOMS TO LET COMFORTABLY FurnUh. jftf&Srt J ed Rooms. Ueanl if re B WM 1 oulicd. Apply at "Chamber. lain House," King street, opposito Kn waialuio Seminary. 181 If Fui'iiislietl Itooma To Lot fMu m CLEAN, pleasant Rooms to IS fl$ V- let at tlio Mc.Grow House. 2js23S i ecenily occupied by Mr. King, on Punchbowl street, opposite tho North PfloIBo Institute. 223 lm Carriage For Sale Cheap. 1NEY Cutunuer uar. ilago just finished and huudsomely trimmed In first class stylo must he Immediately sold to closo an assignment, can bo seen at W. II. Pago's carriage manufactury, No. 128 Fort street, HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY. Feh-l-BO &1IXI3, Apeat. ICtli, MISS CLAltK will have charge 1751 ly ROCK TRICES- -." Middling Ground Barley, Wheat and Corn Flour. Cor. Edinburgh. & Queen Sts. AS- EXHII3ITED - NOTICE. ALL peisons having claims against LydiaK. Piikoi will please present tlicui without delay lo the undersigned at hU offlcu on Queen street JOHN F. COLBURN, Attorney-in-fact tor L. K. Piikoi. Honolulu, Apiil 22, 18si 230 lw ELECTION of OFFICERS. AT a meeting of Uju Elele Publishing Co hold in Honolulu, April 10, 1U8D, the following officers 'were elected: T. 1 1. Lucih President, Hon. J. S Walker Treasurer, II. G. Crabbe Secielary, I). W. Pua, ) T. Heu, Directors. . n. G. CRABBE, Stcictary Elolo Pub. Co. Honolulu, April 1C, I860. 229 lm New Zealand Jams ! JUST received a consignment of Now Zealand Joins, assorted cases. For sulo at low prices by J. E. BBOWN & CO., 227 tf 28 Merchant street. SPECIAL NOTICE. San Fuancisco, Cat.., . Fobruaiy 19, 181:0. WE herewith certily that Messrs. IJmhl & Miller aro our duly'au. thorized ond only agcnis for tho Ho. waiian Islands for the bale of our Lager Beer in kege. JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO., 100 tf John H. Wieland Bros. Removal of Barber Shop. MP. JARDIM has icmoved hie shop from Kine street to McCar thy's Billiard Parlors, Fort street, where ho is pieparsd to seivo with tho best cure and neatness tho avocation of hia art. Solicits tite kind patrouago of all, mh 23-80 ly VETERINARY. AR. BOWAT, Veterinary Surgeon, olllci) and pharmacy ni Hawaiian llotol Maiden, coiner Hoiel aud Richard biieets. t'cieiillllo tieatmmt in all dis eases of demesne animals Orders for plantation uud ranch slock promptly attended tn, Mutual Telephone 354, P. O. Box 326. mh.18.8!) Club House Doling Uooin Lincoln Block Street. Having secured tho services of a Firwt UIuhs Cook Aud made muny other changes In the management we aro now pre. pared to put up the Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu. 106 3m (K U' . i f :l V.