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: wh r cFliTRAUJNION CHURCH.
Pledged to ntithtr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all,
THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889.
Something 5s wrong when tl.c
Burner's Point lighthouse shows i o
light at half-past four o'clock in the
morning, with no saying how long
the light had been out before that
Jiottr. There is no position where
the strictest fidelity is more required
than in that of a lighthouse keeper.
. HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY.
Tomorrow, May 24th, Queen
Victoria, sovereign of the British
Empire, will have attained the nd
vanced age of seventy years. This
ib the limit beyond which the rnjal
singer of Israel predicated sorrow
and trouble for those wtiose superior
strength enabled them to pass it.
Since that day, however, the span '
of human life seems to have length
ened, for in our own times wo t-ec
influence and power, even to a de
gree unsurpassed in history, wielded
by septuagenarians and even octo
genarians instead of their tottering
under trouble and sorrow. Some of
them, indeed, make a good deal of
"trouble and sorrow" for their po
litical opponents at home and di lo
in a tic rivals of other countiics
abroad. Tho late Emperor William
of Germany died at over ninety
years, having maintained his mental
powers and crip of the sceptre un
abated to the last. W. E. Gladstone
at seventy-nine has no peer as an
orator in either House of the British
Parliament, an article in a London
paper, describing his delivery of tho
tribute to Briglit's memory, stating
that but for the deep lineB in his
face and his frosted, scant locks he
revealed none of tho marks of age.
Prince Bismarck, the Chancellor ol
Germany, is aged seventy-six, yet
still holds the helm of state with a
firm hand. As an instance of his
complete grasp of affairs, it may be
recalled from the late foreign news
that, when the American Commis
sioners to the Samoan Confers ncc
were presented to him, they vere
surprised at his thorough knowledge
of every detail of the Samoan ques
tion. To return to the illustr.ou!.
personage under consideration, at
last accounts there was no int dli
gencc of an alarming nature regird
ing the health of the now venerable
Queen Victoria. She had been
spending a short season at Bianitz,
the charming seat of the late Em
peror Napoleon lll.'s summer resi
dence, and visiting en route' various
' points in tho south of Europe.
The prayers of tho national nr
thcin '-'Long lireour noble Queen,"
and, '-'Long to reign over us" have
been signally fulfilled. Queen Vic
toria if spared te the 20th of June
will then have completed the fifty
second year of her reign over the
Empiie whose morning drum-bent
rolls round the globe. No Biitish
monarch has reigned so Ions, with
the exception of George III., who
. diedln 1820 in the sixtieth year of
his reign. We may on this occasion
quote from a sketch of the Queen in
Chambers's Encyclopedia; " 'In
Queen Victoria,' according to Mac
aulay, her subjects have found a
wiser, gentler, happier Elizabeth.'
No former monarch has so thor
oughly comprehended the great
truth, that the powers of the crown
are held in trust for tho people, and
are the means, and not the end of
government. This enlightened policy
has entitled her to the glorious dis
tinction of having been the most
constitutional monarch this country
has ever seen. Not less important
and beneficial lias been the example
set by Her Majesty and her late
Consort in the prSctice of every
domestic virtue. Their stainless
lives, their unobtrusive piety, and
their careful education of tho royal
children, have home rich fruit iu
the. stability of the throne, and have
obtained for the royal family of
England tho respect and admiration
of the civilized world. Tho pro
gress made by tho nation in the
various elements of civilization, es
pecially in that of material pros
perity, has been unparalleled ; and
perhaps during no reign lias a
greater measure of political con
tentment been enjoyed." Wo con
gratulate Queen Victorra'srcpresent
ative, here, together with nil her
resident subjects, upon the tve of
this most auspicious anniversary,
-and '.join with them in a hearty
'God Save thk Qukkn."
THE. DAILY BULLETIN-The
most popular paper published,
Itcport of II c Committer on IlMt
for ti o X f I'ii litre.
The ff,di'ln(" h' the lull text ol
the report of llw committee on plans
for ttio ncr ctiurjh, suoinllluM to
the cot'giegution of Central Union
Churih jcsti rtlny evening:
To the Memb.'rs of the Centra'
Union Chrrch mid Coii.-rcjat'on;
Your Committee on Ch irc'i Plain
beg to subm.t the following rcpori
for vutr coinlilernlinn. .Slum their
appointment th.-re litis bcti hardly i.
time win n some one member has
not been absent from the kingdom,
but this Iia9 not worked altogether
to a disadvantage, for durinr travel
the propnsi.'d cimtcli u.itlittng nas
been in inlnd, and a number of new
churches have been examined in dif
ferent paits of the United States,
with a view to our requirements
here, and ve hae thus tiitd to do
duty when away. Some of the
building seen were far too expen
sive, while otheis were not ell
adap'i d to our tropical climati . We
have nUo examined many plain
gtvet. In lending nehitcilurd pub
lications, but have found little help
from this source. Early after our
appointment, the attention of your
committee was called to 'he pictuie
and description published in the
Chri'iiiun 11 jme. cf the new l'ri'sbx
teriau Church of hroukl-) n, of which
Dr. Chapman is pastor; this plan
met wiJi lust, v; iticisu from some
persons who prcfeired that the Sun
day School room should join tho
auditorium by means of sliding
door, so Ilia's the two apartments
could be thrown in one when so re
united: another objection made to
the plan wi.s, that there seemed t.
be no available lot, of sttllicii'tit size,
but this reason wi s removed, when
the ConnniUee ol Building She re
commended the lot on the corner of
Beretanta and Richards street?, which
report was finally adopted. Although
other plans wtte discuss id our cimi
mittoe fell hack on the plan of the
Prebbyteriin Church, and our opin
ions were strengthened in its favor,
as being the bist adapted to our
wan';), irnLi ropo ts of the building
received fruit several of our church
members a id one of our committee,
who hiid looned over the chuich
with our wants in view. We fe.t
more confidence also in this plan,
after heating that Kt.v. W. Freai
had said it ias a fine church, and
was about That we i eeded hei e.
Rev. J. A. Ci'izan wrote one of the
members o' ottr church ihu-: "This
chu.ch auditorium wculd bo too
small tor you (it seat 3 !50), but
with gillcrie- i. woul i seat 7.'0.
Of course tlu'i auditorium could be
increased to any size d sired. But
the Sunday S-hool and social appa
ratus of tf is buildim.', I have never
seen cquahd, auii I ltav: seen nearly
all the noted Sui day School build
ings -., n j.; farsuperor
to the celeoratcd Akron, Ohio, M. r.
Church, or Wa lamaktr'a Bethany
Sunday Sihool biilding of Philadel
phia." Ii seems wise to your com
mittee to lccomiiicnd a plan that has
been so caicfully studied, by one
who has had so wide ail experience
in Church buildings (uspccinlly in
relation to comp ete Suiilia'h school
apartments), as Dr. Cliani.m ha-,
had, who ater intikit g careful ex
aminations of many of the recently
built churches in the U. h. incorpo
rated tlu ir improvements into thi
new church. In March ai another
nicmbi r of our committee was to
visit Sun Francisio, we requested
him to make slid further examina
tions of the Brooklyn Presbyterian
Church, and to call upon Sir. Bord-
well the architect, and obtain from
hira preliminary plans with eeitain
modifications, as follows: size of the
auditorium, rear gallery, enlarging
certain rooms, and choir loft, etc.,
estimate of cost of the chuich it re.
if built of wood, and if of brick, ;d.o
to look at other churches more es
pecially the Methodist Episcopal
Church of Brooklyn recently finish
cd. Of this building he obtained
sun prints of plans and a copy of
the specification, hut those who have
seen both sets f plans, arc almost,
unanimously in favor of the plans
before you this evening.
llio deptli ol our lot from Merc
tania strict in the centre is 1784 It.,
thegiouud plan of the proposed
church has been cut out of pabte
board on the same scale and pasted
on the survey of our lot. to show
how the building will fit, and the po
sition we pioposc it would occupy
on the land. Should the church
be built of wood iu accordance to
sizes given in these plans, there will
remain only 74 feet in the rear,which
is, not sirllcieut width for a drive
way, ant bhould we decide to build
of brick or btonc n part of this space
will bo taken by the increased thick
ness of alls ; such being the case,
we would suggest thai no horses and
carriage be allowed on the grounds,
and that the lot be well laid out with
cement valks, hiwns, gardens, etc.
and that Hid surroundings bo made
sis- beautiful as possib.e. In view of
this your committee have mjdo ap
plication to tue Trustees of tho
Oahu College what tltey would
charge to allow horsci- and carriages
to remain in tho Preparatory School
grounds during all tho sorvices of
this idiiKch. Wo are informed that
an arrangement could be consummat
ed at tho rale of 5200.00 per annum
this would include keeping the part
so used in ord'.-r, and lighting the
TI.e following are tue dimciiiions
of tho vrii-us lipartrieuts for tho
vestibule ii about 08 ft. long by
0 ft. w.iile, being pnjcrtd fnin"B3rc- 'Brooklyn, nrec to furnish complctt
tnnln Ft'cet by 9 ttfi, ihniugii In every nrpett (txcepl cuMilotH
tin eo doorways onuti six feet with1', for seati) erected on tltt lot in IIo
there wdl-be-stntt ways at cacii end noliilu, a vhuruh edllleo of tho cn
lumHiig to gallery. The tr'o dtfCTJaigod dimensions as shown In plans
vays to thu auditorium' afb each six" "uml notes prepared by Mr. Horcl
loci wide. , well, fur the sum of S:)8..100 00.
Auditorium Is tiroposed lobe C8lt. Mr. Bonlwcll nurces to furnish
S.XTH ANNUAL MEETING I HALL'S SAFE & LOCK CO.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
by C8 ft. and about -14 ft, high with
giolned tolling. The (1 mr lias an
incline of live feet lowaids the put- ,
pit, nvir the veitibttlu will be a
gallery projecting into the auditori
um as lar as the llrst rov of seas.
it is estimated that the auditorium
ill si at fiM adults, and the gallery
HJ4, iii.ikii.gn total of (MK, this is
illowing 1'l inches for Mich person,
"pew-makers llgnrc niiiic ottcn 111
to 20 inches." Our prc-ent andlt
nntim is ,r)74x"7A with a gallery of
U4ft.xu4, together seating I4() com
fortably, ulieii live occupy a seat
i)50 person.- cm llud to ml, with the
same crowding the new auditorium
will seat about 740. Thu pews are
arranged in semi-circular foini,
there will he live aisles, the ceutie
one extending only about two-thirds
of the way. Upon either side of the
choir I ilt and leading to the main
hall of the Sunday School depart
ment are two entrances, there being
on the lowest level of the flqor will
be appreciated by thou who wish to
avoid ascend ng the front steps, ai
wel as connecting the auditoiiiiui
with ad other pails of thu chinch.
In the matter of ventilation Mr.
Ihirdwcll expects to meet all that is
requh'id. When the committee re
quested that both the auditorium
and Sunday school room be so venti
lated us not to depend on the doors
and windows, thus avoiding draughts
wilh the heights of lliChC apurl-
incuts and the cupola or ventilators
vcr head of both, this cud can
doubtless be accomplished.
Choir loft as planned is 18 feet
deep and 2(J feet wide, by 24 feet
high, with dome-shaped ceiling to
wards auditorium to ceutie of arch.
It has been suggested by choir mem
bers that the depth be increased two
feet by briimiug foiward ihc floor
into the attditoiium, by so doio
this apartment will be cooler and
less of ihc appearance of the choir
being "cooped in," our present
choir loft ia 20xl!ift. depth. '
Sid-bath school, prayer meeting,
and social loom, is proposed to he
G4xG4x'$rft high and DJfl. height
inder tho gallery (12 feet wide)
around two sides and rear. The
desk of the supciiutcmlcnt or leader
can be seen from every part of this
room and is well arranged. On ac
count of our warm cli nate, it has
been thought best to leave out the
si ding doors and slat curtains under
the side galleries, but lo retain those
under the rear gallery, that they
may oe closed when the room is
used for prai'er meeting, and thus
decrease he size- of such a large
room. The ceiling is on the same
plan as that of thu auditorium, Uip
floor levid, and floors of the ;ialler. S
on a slope but steppid. Our pn
sent Sunday school riou-3 have on
area of 2872 squaie feet againtt
1100 square feet in our proposed
room, not including uallery and-
pritn.iry room, wl ich would add,
2700 square feet, or a whole area cf
0800 square feet; about two-third-more
hpace than we now have.
Pi unary department room mea
sures 29x28 ft., to bs entered from
tue upstairs hall, by laige sliding
dour-way, this room corresponding
wilh the pastor's study (24x21) on
the Richards street side. It lias been
thought by ome that the room L
uot of mllieient size for our primary
school, but it is suggested that onl
the. youngest scholaia be kept fin
this part of our school and with the
two triangular rooms each Mile thai
75 to 00 scholars can be well accom
madated. The ladies' parlor is 184x214, en
tered from the- d wn atair hall, and
to I'C connected wilh the hall h'
laro Muling ooors, I hits luerc-ast g
the capacity of the room C It., whe
found nucc-saty to oo so. , it. is
loom is intended for nuliesonly, ai.u
not a social room as our pieseni
parlors are. It is thought by some
laches that this room will be too
hinull, but it is the opinion of the
L-omuiittee, is that the size will be
The kitchen 19x154 located on
the oppesile side of building from
ladies' pallor, will b found conven
ient lor socials, etc., with sink,
tables China closets, and a "puss
window" which opens into the main"
Of the lavatories, hallways, dt ink
ing fountain, libiary, windows, doors
external appearance, etc., these
plans show more clearly, than can
be described iu this report.
Mr. Bordwell when asked what
would be thu cost of a church as
proposed, said, "taking the Brook
lyn church as a basis, cost including
everything ex. up ing carpels, Sun
day school chairs, pulpit furniture,
organ, gas fixtures, side-walk, head
ing apparatus, fences and outbuild
ings, 24,586 00. Your church will
be larger, but leaving off of class
room curlaiUB wjll just about make
an offset. .To this must he added
whatever may be tlu freight, other
wise there will be but little change."
Estimating freight to he about
82,100.00 would make tho cost by
his figures in round numbers $27,
000.00. Mr. Bordwell estimates
that brick construction faced witli
cement would cost DC per cent above
wood. Your committee consider this
peicentage a low one, hut taking it
as a basis would make the cost heie
0UI,tUU.U.J II lll'lglll IO IIIIIUU lib
tin siime amount.
iMccsrs. Voice & IcKeuzin, buil
ders of the Methodist K, church of
pinna complete tor the sunt of $500
for wood, and $C0O if for brick.
We have made no enquiries' for
price of plans if the church is cou
htruciid ofMoue, neither have wp
enquired of him if litis plan cou'd
be well carried out iu stone, but we
tue of the opinion Unit iheie will be
no llllicttllv In so doing if the sutfi
of 875.0110'. 00 to S80,000.00 can be
seemed, Iu which ca-c we would re
commend Hint it be constructed of
Your conimitteo hns spent thus
fn- the sum of S46.75 for these pre
liminary plans and those of the M.
E. church which amount htw been
paid by your Treasurer.
Chas. M. Coork,
The Hon. Cluis. R. Blsdiop was
aMi a member of the committee on
plans, but is absent from the king
dom.' I'Tlic report of the committee was
accented as far as the plans were
concerned! The material to he used
in construction lias not yet been set
tled upon, and thcru may be slight
The plans for the new church can
be seen iu thu vcctry of the Central
Union chinch at any time.
Auction Sales by James F. morgan.
Qn Saturday, May 25th,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M..
At nij -"dc.-io m Queen MP el, I will
sell lit I'll- lie Auction, for iircmiut of
wh'-m It may c u.curn, thu follow inp
I 4 1 ! ii-i
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Rics lo Convnonco at 10 o'clork a. m.
-S3 SAFE? I -SS-
IircMf, Meiers', Ptalaliis Skeleton k Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES.
Willi Muibletop and Hack Grained, imitation of any wood.
0- ISLAND OHUKltS SOLICITED. J3C3
T. H. HOBRON,
GO Kurt street, Honolulu, Auont for.JInwuiian Islands.
i---rii-f - "'"-
lit oAMEIIAMEHA PLATE, (150
BUN ING KCE. imleilm-l
Fie..- Ini I.
2nd lllS MAJESTY'S CU''
doz 30 iu.
it'O Hi Copper Wire.
l&U lliit Mm . Wire,
IL! lulls llnep lion,
100 bdls No. 5 fence Wire !
D.imme I liy pnlt wupr on voy
m.i.Kiiitinu from Ola now, i e
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
By order of the Kxi-eirois of tho Et.
t-teofllie late .lani-s D. .Mills, I wil
sell at Public Auction, to my !ral sioi m,
On Wednesday, May 29
I ' AT IO O'CLOCK A. M..
a Tin following rop-rl)-"
3 Volcano Pictures,
2 Pastels, '"Br'dal Veil Full " and
m e by 'I'avi!
SHELLS, CORAL and CURIOS,
Lirac Case of-
Ucaes Australian Bin?,
J ' MaayAic ipelugo Birds,
2 ' An e'ie.m lilids,
I ' China indJ.tpau IHr s,
2 Very Rare Hawaiian Birds I
The "-Molio" or MV.njrVs BlriU "
TI It US IIAMI
RUNNING KACE 1 mde dnsli
i.uw'iiiiiiii hieil Inii-it., owned ly
iiuml.eis ol ih" ! I'ki-.v t'l'li I'M
I i Imioiii h Mpeiu ' f die 1 1 I
wl n in.' it le W inuei UtX. jm
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TKO'lTING mill PACING. Nil t
hut, lie.-, i o. .11111111 uu.-f. U'
vu i.o. i . d Ii .-el
4tlt QUEEN'i PLATE, $100.
KUNMNG KALE mile dah
x l( u I. 'I ...I.
5th G0VERH0U DCMiMS' CUP, $75 added
HL'NNING HACK. ? milo d-h
I t U .1 1 1 1 III U 1.0 M
6lh WAIAUNALO PLATE. $50 added.
TKO'ITIXG RACE. 'Ill euiiilnul
oIiim. ilu 1k:ii. ; la st Z m .'I. i i
nllli.ii6eOi.nl huve neer buiten
ni'iiiiiu-i. Paie id In tome the pro
puii oi the uu u lulling ii twice.
7ih FUTURITY STAKH1.
KUNSING KCE. Htvici8tiile
oi -i-o '& iniiiiilili F.ir IhuMiiin
IntMi J v-ir olil 10 ealriutille
ami ciosid lSa.
8th KAPIOLANI PAhK PLATE, $125.
TROTTING and 1'ACING. Fiei
, lur an ill ilu hu.iu; Iium 3 in G. .i
hor.e. vi Ii teuoni of "i: 0 or belie
lo be hnadiciippi d,
9lh ROSITA CHALLENGE UUP, $ 1 0 J add.Y.
JiUNNING RACE. I mile d-ish
Kici lor .ol, n.iiui io hciit 1 :15).
To bu run tor uiu.ually.
lClh IIA'-'AIAV HOTEL S1ABLES' PURSE
ol $100 and Cup idjoc:
RUNN1N i RACE. y2 mile heats;
Ue. 'Z III 'i llilvMlllllU lllu., llOlb-h
ltli lo uiu inu ihe p opeil. ot th
wiiinur Um uuuateiinvc enrs in
net moljeitr V aid loid Coll.
Hill POST MATCH, $20.
TROTTING nil. PACING. Mil. -liuls;
b.s 2 in H Fix u.lhor-w
mil imvi.in n kciikI ul X;0 I
bitter T.) be iliiun oy niciiibcih
ot the luiwuiUn JocKe L'lub l.
io.nl em I.
12th WAiEHFORD CUP, $100 added.
HUNNINO RA K. 4 tnileilo'li
ii n-. i .in in, .i ii rt-vs
13th OCEANIA STEAMSHIP CO. CUP.
Nn Kln ItA' i: Hiiniitiig I mile
ii li ikI. -ii mid nl ii'uur. s; 5
iiieh; -It ipm-ei, ."i0 lino I Up.
li..U.,ii II L(1 ll , hfr..
I4lh P NY RACE, $75.
UUNN NG i n.ilo .
. Ill- n H ll lli.ll. II U t
NMliillll In. M
the Finest Line of Miiliner.y Goods !
suun as - .'";
Untrimmcd Hats for IVUieses'' and. Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fan6y Rihhpjis, Etc.,
Wire Bat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
Iu all the New Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces,: a-Tow Wnsh Mato
rinls, in white, plain and figured ; Hoy's Shirl Waists,
1'iuu Ijnib'8 Wool Umlorivcnr, S-'limnel Ooa(s nnil Vents,
All-wool TTshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho ".Umatilla" hy
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
The Leading Millinery House, eor. Fort it Hotel ids.
The Hianyf acturers , Shoe Oo
88 Sa 80 wJteL Hotel 81.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
o. i$. wsirrn. Apent.
B. f. EHL1KS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
g3T" N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
loth, MISS CLARK will have charge
-OFFER AT BED ROCK PEICES-
Ctilifornla Hay, Oata, Bran, '',.
Oil Cake Meal, Liusccd Meal, .
Barley, liolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
Ex ltiynl AI oe.'
Short Link Chain,
From li to " incl t
Ai-sortcil leng lis;
troin JBeclMtejiclH !
Single, Threo Q'lnrtcr & Dotihlc;
A Pine As-ortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
A io I'd wlilth;
LIO FLOOR CLOTH
An nsiortment of
s Hliurin CmulltiS,
Galvanized Fence Wire,
o 4, p m d I -,
Grcoeries, Crockery Wore,
uubbuck's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
4fr -Hi- ii'c i-. c'iim- lit 12 a', lurk
urn ii, on : villi hri.ij, I .tie' 5, IMS ', -i
hu ollii u .1 'h.'S i u in y. nnil nil
iiiiiiiv lei;-. bi- 0 ri en- i nle-O'ln
M!-C -. II lb- . r-l'f Ki In-no.
iroiie' u tl r 'Jit r it- - m the ilawdl
Incl.e i' -iii Itn .s ieL"iiii'iiji -ni i-
a nl s-
iir. siij.cinlfd la mi i-
!nii- H'li .n cciitK
1. c.r.n ' i , i x in. ..SO e.s ,V "J
nriMu s iii idf ' emirs .. $ M)
Qiutti-i Mi. tcli HhI e 00
C. 0. UI-.ItGKK,
iir.l- !i . i ieuir, tl.-l. ('.
f'6lephom-B, Wo. 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Quo en Sto.
New Zealand Jams !
TUSI' ri'iaivid h c.iii ignmrnt of Ne
Z -.-iiHiul .1 tiM, u-)iuil cases. Foi
ih at low t tic - bv
.) E. IJROWN & CO.,
7tf 28 Merchant street.
FOIt SALE CHEAP
I, X. L. Ca', Lime,
2i5J Fort Ktrcit lw
E BUY a
Y 1UVO Sndille
Mare. ( iihiuliil
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saildlv. biidlc,
etc, ihron in lomulto
Apply at this ollloe. 251 tf
NEITHER tho Obtain nor the Agen'B
or Uie Uiitish bark "Itoyal Alice"
wil' he rc)ondiblu for debts contrnpt.d
by the ci ew. 152 lw
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
thu public tii.il hu has received
elegant assortment of
Boots, Shoes ui.d tJlipncM b
1UUNI-11KD Rooms to let,
trri-ts, would bu veiy
ii n. I lien tuniiv
convenient for n
URlE unices over C. O.
Ilei auiV, Murchimi btrcel.
33. S. CUNIIA.
REAL ESTATE VOll SA LE.
d.' rW- ' .'
V vi U.r.U3 Lot at the
c-.rinr of Port mid
chonl stietts, over pi " an
acre with mm CotlagK. Apple '
V14 tf J. M. VIVAS.
A HOUSE with 3 lnrco and
iuiiill ro. inx with kii.
cheii .nil buduiiom iiitnclud
on Alnkt-a Mriei, i pimdte Dr. M".
WaynoV. A nl t-i -lolm Cook, on i.rc
inl-i-n. or al I.Ik nlllil'. 219 t
Carriage Vov Sale Cheap.
WH. BRADLKY now lias the Bar
t her buop ut McCartby'b billiard
hull, Foit street, where he will be
plriisol to see bia friends anil acquaint,
nnccs. Hlrict attention will be given to
business. 151 lw
Will practice in the lower courts of tho
Kingdom us attorney, aitcud to collect.
Ing in all its branched, renting of lioubea
uuU any other business eutribted to him.
Oitice 01 King Street Upstairs.
IJ. W. WILCOX,
Civil. Engineer and Surveyor,
Aho sole iigent for the Majjic Window
J"crei-n8, Com billed JJevcl fcquarcs, btan.
ibiid, Uooilrich, e'e, r"Rwing Machines,
Illcyclus, 'riic)clts, Velocipedes, itc.
Olllc , corner of Uuthul and King sis,
up-ialM. Apr.l7 80.ly
N1CW Ontumlir Cir-
rlajxe iu-l lliiUhc-d
nnil hand-omely tiiunned
iu flrsi clas i-iy'c nni't bu immediiitely
s .hi tu clit mi ii'-lnimnl, ciin l.en-eii
t w ll I'lifc'" c rui e ni'inufauiui).
No im Pori lri-ni.
HAWAIIAN IlllN3iaS AGENCY.
San Fkancisco, Cal.,
Pebiuiiry 10. 18t-0
WE herewith etitily that Mebsrrf.
Dmld & Miller are our duly an.
thotlzcil anil only ngcnis for (hu lis.
iliiun Ihiiidh for the sub of our Lager
liccr i km:-..
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
100 it John H. Wleland Bros.
"NOTICE oi KEMOVAL.
AliEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
ha- niuivid oppoito In Ihe pre.
.iiIbisoiciii hi) fi.rintriy by MaxEckart
ih a ji ivchy More, nest door lo Moll,
scliiaiih'ur & Co., iu tho Duinou Ulock,
iie(hul klrcut. ' 240 lm
,-- A ''lf'!?i5Ltis' -' 4Sbfc.-. - '.Md&$J& .a"
'j ''JS..V-4l5- fJfe i'jtt2&l '.