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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, NOVEMBER 18, 1880.
IP ! F ,W & IV AUf IJORITY. TENDERS. ShaIciI tenders will be icceivul nl tlie Interior Office until TUESDAY, Novetnljer 19, 18S9, nt 12 o'clock u'oon, for furnUtiing Blue and White Ballet Paper for the General Election ot?i8J)0. Samples of Paper and speeificri tiohserm be seen upon application to.thejpterior Office. "The Pnper must be ready ftr de livery on or before January 1, 1890. The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. . L. A. THURSTON, Minister of the Interior. Intel ior Office, Nov. 1L 1S89. 103 3t School House at Uaou, liana, Maul. Tender will he leceived at the office of the Boaid of Education until 12 o'elook noon, on SATURDAY, the 30th 'of November inst., for the con struction and completion of a School House 20..'IOxl2 feet, with 1 room and veiumla on one side, on the Gov ernment school lot at ITsiou, Itana, Maui. Plan and specifications can be seen at the office of the Board of Educa tion. '' The Boflid of Education docs not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. By order "of the Board of Educa tion. - W. JAS. SMITH, Secretaiy. Education Oflice, Nov. 13, 1389. 103 lil-lU It TAXES, 1889. Tax Collector') A'otloe. IMstrict or llouolulu, lulniul.or Oaliu. , Tax payeis in this District are hereby notified that the taxes for the "current year will, be due and paya ble at the oflice of the Ta. Assessor and Collector in (ho Knpuuiwu Building, on the l.-t day of Novem ber, A. D. 1889. The office is open from 9 a. m. to t i m. daily (Sundays excepted), and on Saturdays office close.-, at 12 o'clock noon. All amounts over 10 must be paid in U. S. Hold Coin or Hawaiian Cer tificates of Deposit. Tuxes not paid hefoie the l.'iili day of December next will bo liable to suit wilh 10 per cent, and corts added. T.A.LLOYD, Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes, District of Ivonu. Approved: S. M. Da.mo.v, Minister of Finance 405 l.lt rx- ti re fjiulii S u (limit MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1S89. SUPREME GOURT-AT CHAMBERS. Monday, Nov. 18th. ! HKl'OllK UOLK, J. In rc guardianship of Kukakina (w), Kookoo (I;) Kainon (w), and Pua (w), minors. Petition of II. B. Lohelani. to be appointed ut.rd ian. Ordered that he be appointed under 8100 bond. S. K. Kane for petitioner. , liKKOKi: BICKKIITOS, .r. lu re guardianship of Gaberela Wela, a minor. Petition of John Taveaes to, be appointed guardian. Ordered tltat lie lie appointed guard Ian under 8100 bond. .W. O. Smith for petitioner; K. Johnson lor Ku nialilwahine (w), the motber of tlie minor. PUBLIC CONCERT. The Royal Hawaiian Baud will give a public,' concert this evening at Kiiiina Square commencing at at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme: I'AKT I. Overture J.u Dame llliiiiche (new) iloifltlicu Match King KutaUnua (new). .Pnuvlrt MUureie II Tiovalorc Verdi Rendu Weenee f KoshiiiI Ondfiey I.Ike no n like. Momilun. Nun o kit Palul. . I'AKT II. Medley MuIcal Pow Wow I'cyer Oavotte KJit Heart Throbs. Ellwibcrg Wullx Don Cni&iir .... Delllngei' ldku Black Hussars Millneker Hawaii Pouol. The British bark flying Venus, of Liverpool, England, comminuted ami owned by Mr. John Kerr, wailed fiom I'uget Hound July 18th for Melbourne and was wiecked on a sunken icef olYPenrhyn Island on .Sept. lith. All hands lauded mfoly in tho boats, and ;i boat'H crew of noven men started for Samoa on Oct. fith, in riving oil' the islands on the 13th, after sailing H4G miles. Col. do Coctlogpii, the Hiitish Consul nt Apia, despalelied the bohoouer Daisy for IViirhyn u few days Inter to bring oil' tho re mainder of (he shipwrecked new. B0ARD0FHEALTH. All Important Meeting-. Introduce Hon of n Skilled NpcrlallNt lu licpt-ony An important meeting of the Board of Health was held this morn ing. Mr. T. K. Evans, Idle Deputy Sheriff of Lahalna, Maui, signified Ins acceptance of the position of Re sident Superintendent of the Leper Settlements of Kalaupapa and Kala wao, Molokai. lie will take his place there on the 1st of January, and will work in connection tith Mr. R. V. Meyer. General Superin tendent, and have particular care of details nt the settlements. The Board were very glad nt this meeting to welcome Dr. Lutz, a pu pil of Dr. Unna of Hamburg, Ger many, whose fame as n specialist in skin diseases has reached these isl ands. They had been in correspon dence with both Dt. I'liim and Dr. Lutz for a year past, the result of which is that the latter arrived bv the steamer Australia last week, to enter the service of the Board. He will visit the Molokai settlements during the coming week and thor oughly acquaint himself with their requirements, also at the earliest time possible familiarize himself with the branch hospital at Kalihikaj near this city, afterwaul entering upon his sanatory mission among the lepers of the kingdom. Dr. Lutz has brought with him instru ments, many valuable treatises, and medicines, fie made a few remarks before the Board on some requisites to his practice, in the way of build ings and animals for experimental purposes, so that he might begin operations with all the scientific fa cilities that his methods demand. The Board are much encouraged, after their efforts of the past year, in having the desired specialist on the spot ready to begin efforts for the cure of the country's great plague. A committee of five physicians, to act with the President of the Board, Dr. Emerson, was appointed, for the purpose of investigating the report ed cases of acute croup in town, so as to become perfectly acquainted with the nature of the malady. The committee arc Drs. Kimball, Brodie, Trousseau, Day and Wood. Dr. Emerson leaves for Kauni during the week in company with Drs. Smith and Campbell; to report upon two cases of leprosy that Dr. Knudscn has had permission to treat for the past few months,-,; The Bishop Home under the able management of the Catholic Sisters on Molokai has now over eighty in mates of all ages, and reports are that it is being very happily con ducted and doing much good. The Boys' Home is under the same charge and has had a cottage erect ed on the ground for the special use of the Sisters. DEATH OF CAPT. NICOLLS. It is, with much regret that we announce the death of Capt. Jaspar E. T. Nicollsof H. P.. M. S. Cor morant, which look place October 9th, at sea, between Bahia and St. Vincent. The vessel touched some where and cabled tho news to Eng land, as tho sad event appcarell in the Admiralty Gazette, a copy of which is on board the Espicgle. The Connorant,which left Honolulu May 22d, arrived at Coquimbo August 20th. Under that dale Chief En gineer llardiug wroln to a member of the Btr.i.uriN stnif thot they hoped to be in England within twelve weeks. He aNo enclosed some photos taken by Capt. .Nicolls at Tahiti. The deceased Captain had many warm friends in Honolulu who will deeply regret his deatli in the prime of life, and much sympathy will be expressed for Mrs. Nicolls and her two young children. At St. An drew's Cathedral Sunday morning at the service of the second congre gation, the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh alluded very feelingly to the death of Copt. Nicolls. During the stay of the vessel in port the lamented Captain attended theso services quite regularly. The hymns "Thy wilt be done" and "Daj-a and mo ments are quickly Hying" were sung by the choir and'Mr. Wray Taylor played a march funebre by Mendels sohn at the close of the service. R. M. S. ZEALANDIA. The It. M. S. Zcalandia arrived from the Colonics Saturday after noon at a o'clock. She Bailed from Sydney October 30th at 4 p. m., ar rived at Auckland November 3d at noon. Left the latter port on the. 4 Hi at 2 p. in. Passed the Alameda on the Glh at 1:40 p. in., touched olfTutuila the'.Hh at 3:10 a. in. From October 30th to November 4th experienced lino clear weather and light variable winds. From the IthtoTih strong northerly winds and heavy head seas, 8th to 14th light northerly winds and line weather, thence to port strong head winds and seas. The .calaiidiu brought 4 cabin and I stcerago passengers and 12 tons of freight lor this poit, nnd had in transit lor San Francisco 4f cabin and f4 steerngc passengers and '237 tons of freight. She sailed for San Eran cisco shortly afler 8 o'clock Sal ui; dny evening. M. Thompson and John I.. Katiliil.ou. coinioollitrs, etc., uulieilly piepnro and deliver opinions in writing (Mippoi tnil by law and authorities), upon nucstions of law and Jacis Mibtnliii'il to them. Otllce, coiner King; and iluthl'l tftlCClri, Honolulu. ICtJ nt OAHU RAILWAY OPENING. J rent, nml curxloiiH" Uny Kvcnt--Klo,von Kx 'njoycrt ly r.vciwboily. Mr. B. F. Dillingham, projector of the Oaliu Hallway & Land Com pany, and contractor for building their railway, introduced a new and improved style of railway opening in the inauguration of the completed portion of the Pearl Hftrbor Division on Saturday last, the 10th inst.' The custom ehewhere is to fill up excur sion trains with dignitaries of state, politician1, nnd railway and news paper men, run to a terminal or cen tral point, and there entertain the distinguished excursionists at. a ban quet, where champagne and congra tulations arc uncoiked together. Mr. Dillingham's more, democratic and better way was to give n series of free, popular excursions extend ing over the whole day, calling into service for that purpose the entire passenger rolling stock of the road. The handsome but not quite com pleted city terminal stntion at Iwi lei was decorated with the Hawai ian, American and O. R. & L. Co.'s Hags, floating respectively from the three towers, that of the corporation being in tho middle. The last con sists of three horizontal strips of red, blue and red, with the com pany s seal in tuc imuiiia, maxing the whole a striking and tasteful design. Before the initial train pulled out from the station at 7 a. m., tho platforms were crowded with people of all ages, sexes and nation alities, and this condition obtained all duy. Still tho arrangements were so thorough that there was no con fusion cither in embarking or disem barking of the thousands who had admission to the round trips by tick ets marked wilh the hour for each. Eleven trains were deepalched to Halawa on the shore of Pearl Har bor and returned during the da)' without the slighest accident or im pediment. The number of tickets issued was 3,300, hut over four thousand people travelled over the road, as, to prevent disappointment to several hundreds of too late ap plicants for tickets, a little judicious packing on some of tic afternoon trains procured accommodation for the surplus above indicated. Mr. Dillingham, Mr. AY. G. Ashley, the company's secretary, and Mr. Jennings, superintendent of the line, gave their personal attention throughout to the carrying out of the arrangements, to which is due the highly satisfactory results of the inaugural celebration. The passenger engine "Kaala," with Mr. Clark as engineer, took the first train, of which Mr. John Coak ley was conductor. The second train was drawn by the contractor's working engine, operated by Mr. Kent, and Mr. La Pierre was its conductor. The passenger engine "Lcahi," driven by Mr. Roberts, was run in conjunction with its sis ter locomotive, sometimes drawing and again running as a pilot engine. Those who rode in the first-class cans, especially, were delighted with the smoothness of the motion. On some of the straiglitcr levels of the toad a lively speed v. as reached particularly on a certain two-mile stretch, where from thirty to foity miles an hour is claimed to have been the pace. Passengers in some cases amused their fcllow-cxcursionisis by calling out the suppositious stations, also doing the (rain-boy act of hawking imaginary newspapers and refreshments. Mr. A. F. Cooke gave a generous lone of reality to his im personation of this charaoter, by dis tributing a basket of luscious green grapes amongst n number of chil dren on one of the cars. PERSONAL. Among tUc arrivals by the Austra lia were Mr. and Mrs. E R. Dimond of San Francisco. Mr. Dimond is son of Gen. V. II. Dimond of the linn of "Williams, Dimond & Co. Mrs. Dimond is sister of Mrs. A. (!. Dana, who is daugliter-in law to Professor Dana so well and favora bly known on the Islands. As Mr. Dimond is to be admitted to the firm of Williams, Dimond & Co. on the first of January, it will doubtless he pleasant for him to become acquaint ed with members of the business houses in Honolulu, with whom he hopes to do business. Mr. and Mrs. Dimond will take the trip to the vol cano, before returning to San Fran cisco. WANTED A THOROUGH tluoil Cook for u llllltfl, o'llU UlHllMBUll.tUllir It I.i Imsiues'. Apply at lliU ntUee 4U(i ..t NOTICE. ATOTICK is hereby given that Mr. II ll I.obi! i no longer uutlioibul lo bign our Arm untiie bv luoeurntion. H. HACKFEI.DACO. Honolulu, Nov 18, ItiHU. 4011 ill Dr. M. 15. (HiOSSMAN, Dt'JNTIHT. Hbtiirneil on tliu Australia and hi ie sullied prucllco at U I'niiiiar olllee. in lintel Mrciv.. 40J If LADIES NUKHE. TVfltS. MONHOK, ludles nurse, ha,, XT, lemuveil to No. :, K.11U11I lane n. :l Feb.l4.8J FOll SALE A for NKW V'llox & While I'm lor Organ with eight slops, bultuble tcliool or church. A fine inslrii- incut. Apply at 07 Punchbowl street, opposite N. P. .Mission Institute. UT3 If Oaliu Railroad k Land Co, TIME rXVI$JL.lC: Trains will lcivu Honolulu ovoi the Oiilut Railroad & bind Co. as follows: 7:30 a m, "10:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m. Arriving at Honolulu: 9:30-a. m 12:00 id., 4:30 p. in, 100 tf-114 tf I.csfce & Manager : L. .5. Levey On Thursday Evening, Hoy. 21. Flrnt Appearnuoc of THE RAY BROS., Tin: ( r.i.i:im.Ti,i Australian Comedians, Will iinke IliulrflrSt nppcaiance lu Honolulu on 'I liiirfday, Nov. 21st, nail will npprar in thi'lr Original Muslcil Knlcrtalmnonl written by Unrnr t Wnloli, Esq, nml played with tlmm with the prcatcsl success tlin uzhnitt tliu AiiRtrs 1 1 an Colonics, and entitled OUR GUVNORS! 'lininc-iH by MieltAV I1HOH., After which will ho presented a local and l.uiglnblu sketch, The Telephone System, Cliat-arterMliy tlie It AY llltOH. CSydox plan now of I j. J. Levey. open nt the oillce tSf Baconil Night, Nov. a: I'erfofininre ul. Hnt'irilny I OH -ft TO LET ACOTTAOKnewlypiiiiteil ami papered containing 4 rooms wlih outtmildingB and luriMiyanl, aitimlc twodoois from comet Aluprtl nnd Kbiflii stiects Trims itn fcomdili! to ii goml ti'iimil. Apply to .JUll J1AUUUM, l'i Mciclmnt direct. 40 Jit WANTED CIOTTAOB of lour h.oiiu I and Muslim In or out of town. Fair.ily of man nnd wile no oillce. nhlidicii. Addics "l7" till 401 lw FOR SALE CHEAP 3 Becoml. hand Cut. under Cnniunea. juM nuwly painted; anil 'A Top lliijigifs nml 1 Firetclnts BulUv, all of v.hioli nrr in irood order. Apply to 10-t lw W. W. WRIGHT & SOX, lunj; 6trecl. NOTICE. NOTICE ib liieliy given llmi 1 have this duy poM" my interest in the Long Hop Co , doing s dry go-ds busi. ncsn, on Nuii'inu taree), to l.'ldng Kun, who eolleets nil ai'cotihtrt and pnya all hills ngaim-t :iiil tlore. C1IANO Oil IX. Honolulu, Nov 18. 18J-U. -1'iiNt NOTfOE. rpo Hie Creditors of O. AKONCS, JL lmn!;iupt; ) Knilun, Komi, Ha. wnii.'take noliru. Tlint the umlrr-iiL'iied, Ax-signee of I lie Ebtatn of O. AKOXG, liaiiKrupl, of ICal. lun, Kona, tlmwiii, 1ms piepnnitory to his Haul .'uvi.unt and dividei.d, tuli milted hit nrcnmii ns ?ut:h Assignee and tiled the funic liel'ue Hon. S. IS. Dole, AfiOf inu- .liittlre ol the Supicmo Com t, at lits 01:11111101!-, to whom he will tit 10 o'clock a. si., on MONDAY, the tiTith of November, lHhii, apply for a tell leineot of said account uud for a ill charge from all liability as piieh Assignee, nnd for an ordei to iimUo a thud diviilcn ). And Unit any person intereslid inuy then and there appear and coniehlthe same. .1. F. IIACKKKI.D, Assignee Eunlc G. Akong. Ilnnolii'u, Nov. til, 18i9. 404 41 imi The. Million Vneu Kolnlm'n ev nml Klui l Hleel MtiMiuiNlilp 4tYamashiro Maru" S 50) Tons Register. "V ill leive for Hie above poiU on Saturday, November 23, 1889 AT l!i O'CLOCK SUARI. tSTFor terms of freight or piismge, haviug superior cabin and sicemge tie coinnioil.iiioua, apply to Wn, O. IRWIN & Co., 105 f Agents. ocmanh;- Steamship Compy KOIt SAN PltAKOlHCO, The Al Hltanislilp "AUSTRALIA," VIII 1 avu IIo'iululii for tliu above port on Friday, Nov. 2, '89 Al' NOON, K01 Ki eight or I'aiwgo, apply to YM, O, IRWIN & CO., AgeLtj. 40 liv THE MUTUAL Is isRiiina n mow form of insurance which provides, in the. event of death, for a return of all premiums paid m ad dition lo iho amount of the policy, or, should thtx Insured survive n .given , number of .years, iho Company will return all the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting ; the po icy ami profil m ens h the lesal holder mny.WITHOUTMEniCAhBXAMlNTIONanrtUTniOirrinrin'IIEin'AYMKNTOl' PKhJtlUMb, tnko In lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolilH In KUI.If 1'AII) UP insurance, participating annually in dividends. Heineuiher, thia contract Is issued gest Financial Institution in the World teJf Kor full partieulara call on or :tco lin TAHITI LEMONADE .!.. rr TAHITI : L LEMON, CREAM Giipr Ale. Hob MINERAL WATERS liir All coiimmnUmtioiiH 3vS9 1m Hawaiian Sugar Company, (Limited.) NOTK'i: is her iiiuelhiLT ol ll ereliy piven Unit nt n it 01 inn blocKlioiileisol tlie nbop nnnu'il Coinpany held in Ifoso. lulu, 11 iwiiimn l3lun(N, nn Novniiber 2nd. Ibfill, It wuri volnl to nroept the Ohnitcr ol Incorporation p-aujid hy the Hawuiiau Government. Notice is fur ther given that the limit of wild clmiter 'h flliy yens nnd tin: Nubility of the stockholders limned to the amount -due nnd unpaid on the shan't. The follow; ina; oflitcrs were elected lor the creniiiif; yea t : If. P. Itildwiu Preuidi-nl. O. Y. Mncrarluiie...Yiic-Pro.sltleiit. .1. A. Hopper Secrctuiy. K. M. WnlMi TietHirer. P. O. .ronea Auditor. And tl c following were elected iih Dii'i'ctnrA: 11. P. Baldwin, O. V. Miicfdilane, .f. A. Hoppci, B. M. Wnhli, O. It. IMthop, O. N. Wileov, It. L'fittOll. W. ,. IIOl'PRIt. Seeriiinrv pro tein. Honolulu. Nov. -I, lf-M). : 0r lin-l 11! ll Valuable Properly For Salo VIS iN 110:11111 A Venn.', li J nuwly fm nil bed L'.Morv tloi)(.i' I'.outniiiiui; n rooms. kitchen, 'bathroom, closet p, Mrrli;c houpe, ttablo, bi'iiery, eie. GrcniuU eontaiii 2 '310 ncics, veil laid nut in lawns shada uud fruit tiet'H, Mowers, et. Will ho sold low, wllb or without f 11 rut mi 0, hortua, cairhigcM, Jivedtock, and all tliu appointniuiitj needed In a llMt.olnbs lOsiacnee, ns the own or in. tcndR leaving these Iahinite. HAWAIIAN BUHINKSS AGKNOY. Cottage To Lot; A NEAT Cottage, in pe.'. I'ei t order, ooiituiliing rooinf, innsfiullo piooi, imr- tin J v funilxlicd, with largo kllnheu, thudti tried, eic. Gonvenicuily located. HfUl V) pur month to icnnd tenant. HAWAIIAN BUHINKBS AGENCY. COTTAGE CtONTALNLNO 1 largo and 2 maul I 1001118, veranda with bath room, dining-room anil kitchen detached, on Eekaulike street, opposite Hotel ulicil. Unit 10 per month. Apply nt HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Hpelterino. ''pHE beht remedy for 1. wounds, ulcers, giilln, pi uud llc.fli mid hoieKof every doerln- S.f- . don to persons or unl- muls. Atlopted by lending horse rull Htnd, i'IiiIi nnd lively siableK, cte in lite United fsiateH and eNvwhen:. We ant prepared to prove this Mutetiient by 'U'Mlnionhils uud leforenei'S to planters and liverymen In this Kingdom. Apply to ii rVWAHAX BUSINESS AGENCY I Hi a ml Views. A LARGE assortment of I'hotoguphs nod Sttireoseopli) Viow.s of tho most iittruutlvu Bconury, buihlliiga, do, in these islands, for sale at ruiihouahle '"HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. Corner Fort and Merchant Mrects. sSflOfl tf r LIFE INSURANCE GO., OJP IVJSW YORK I liy the oldest. Life Insuraiiro Company in tho United Stales, and the I.ur , its aset4 exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Milllmm nf DoIIiiih. address (ieiieral JBA-UUIUV, 3.1ii.nef -MANUFACTURERS OF- aip, 1 a V ' ra bh A : "a. Cfllili ETC., ETC., liiTGi, ETC TELEPHONE 297. and orders should bo nddronod to BENSON, SMITH k CO., STEINWAY PIANOS! Tlie Host American Pianos in the World; WESTERMAYEBS PIANOS ! The Best German Pianoa for this Climate. o HOFFSCIII.AKGER &. Co., Sole Agentfl for the Hawaiian Iblaiidg for Steiriwiiy &. Sona, New York; and Ed. Westprinayer, llerlin. .;,y ' ,; : A1.B0 i?xfeoBnE!R. -:- PIANOS ! ('ahincl Uprights ,t Boudoir Upiighta. S0T For Sali at Moderate Prices by Ed. HOFF8CHLAEGER & Co., En. 40Glm-lU.lt Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits, Young Mcii'ri Bhu-k Fronoli Diagonal Suiln! 'i Boys' Pino Liglit Weight ('nRsiuicrc Suital I (lent's Fine Noekwenr, Hosiery, Undeiwear! i GENT'ri lILAiHC, JJROWN and GREY FINE; STIFF FELT HATS. 0tT All the above. Goods nio NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and will hi-Hold at VERY LOW FIGURES at Ciias. J. FBSHEL'S, The Leading Millinery IfoiiFu, Corner Foil k Hotel hIs. CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WOEKS, JOHN aitAClT, : : Proprietor. MOLE MANITFACTURERS of "THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER" SAESkPARILLA and IROM WATER, ALSO Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream & Flu hi tar-, CUIAMIVA-ON-IS Ol OiOlt. ' 0tr ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE- , - iciiscj wxiticiQi" a t Mutual Tdloplioue.3 30 -xsa o " Bell Tolephoue 298 Jpflrialunil orders pioinplly iiltouded to. nov-S-SlLmii TO JJ2T SMf 'HOUSE (foiitidiiing eight roi.iiis on Kpig Bircci irawuiiiliitoCliurrli. Rent fuo per month. Apply to Oiiltis. OEH'JZ, 40'J lw Pott street. TO LET AllANDSOAUC Suite of Furnished Rooms cou. hlallni; of p it lor, liiilroiiin nml baili room adjolningi uIfo sluglu rooms. Apply "N iiiiuim Avenue," opposite Ame rican Legal ion, two doors below Sclifo' stree'. H95 If WANTED APAltTMENTS 17URN18HED. for a sniull . fsinily fortigv with uluiu board. A stnaratu Cot. tagu with tho usual conveuleiieea would ho prefcrrpd, mid near a lino of etreet ears. Htalo incliislvo terms to "Maul," BUMiKTW OMce, f 1)4 aw Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. PLAN in .0 King and Bolhel Streets. Soda. -MS NOT1CJK. I HAVE this duy sold tliu Tahiti Lvmoiiiule Woiks to Hie Tahlll l.ftiionuda oiks Coinpnu, and request an iinmedlntu Buttlmiieut with ma of all outstanding accounts. All lulls due by tho late busjuehs will bo nubl by .J. E. BROWN. Honolulu, Oi I. 31, Uttll. ilOfi lin Kuroiietm Billiard Parloi'H. rpilE Ilaudsomest Billiard Parlors In X the cily, and fitted up in the most approved Btyle. Four tables with all Hie latest improvaments. J. P. BOWEN & CO., 27(1 tf I'roprifiois 1MTHER Daiiiivn's 1'hoto?. J, J, A. WillluiuB has for sulo by spiclul peimUbion al his studio "r'ort street, photographs of tho laic Father Dauileu taken shortly before his death. Also, a series of sclentiflo photos of, interest to the medical faculty. 88ft tf V Ik..