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. UfiVTtV.lt i.t 1 tttVnT-ii,U) ri 1 UUft -avai wwwi ' n Twii"tw(i m, c-k'h. ,.-...i1.l.vi-..;"3i; $aK354sar 'T uv. - - ', r3l r .ia jilu iumtui WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1P8K. LOGAl & GENERAL NEWb, NT0 llULLKTlN TOionnov. A FURNimiiin house to lot. iit Waikiki in Don't nionow. cat loo much luihey In- ARR1VALS. Nov 27 Stmr Wnlm-Jiinlo from Wahilun unil Walaime JUmr C R UUliop from Koolnu Stmr .Ins Mnkee from Kauai .Schr Llholiho from Walanae Stmr Ewa from Ewa OEPAIITURES. Nov 27 Kohr Rainbow for Koolrui Stmr ,las Mnkco for Kaposi at ft p in VESSELS LEAVING FRIDAY. Stmr Wnltnntialo for Walalua anil Wat- anao atU a in Htmr 0 It Bishop for Walanae, Wutalna and Koolau at 'J a m Btmr Iwalunl for Lahaiua ami Hunm- kua ul 10 h m Mksbiih. Gouenlves fc (Jo. haw brand mullut for salo. Sim- SUPREME 00URTAT CHAMBERS. tir.iom: .itim, c. .1. Havit-ix tip ready pendonec seronadors. for tin hide- Tin: Hiipromo Comt will sit in Hnnco December 11th. To-MOiiuow in Hawaiian lndcpond' once anil Thanksgiving day. Ai.LGovernmcnl olllco-j t litonjliout tho kingdom will be closed lo-nior-i ow. Tliutu will ho II SIM ion of llOINI) races nt SpreokcK I 'Ark, Kahului, tomorrow. IPASSENCERS. For Naulliwlli, Wahlawa, Wahnoa, etc, per Btmr Mlkahala, Nov 2fi D Da lon, O J McCarthy, Mr Wolters, Dr X UEincisou. Mr Weber, Mas Sehlcmuer, Mr Meier. Mr Peacock, M A GonsaUos. P BriuiB. JNS Williams R Cation, Dr Kiralshlnia and wife, .1 Howell, A M Sprotill.U L Riito, U Ilorchgrevluok, Mrs L Cooke, Mr Wade and aoo deck. From San Francisco pcrbkt S X Cas tle, Xov 2C 13 Q Winston, J Hurkc, 0 McGeo and HI Mills. From Kauai per stmr Jas Makcc, Nov 2 W Easstc. FOnEIGN VESSELS IN PORT. 11 B M S Espinglc, AC Claikc, from crnlsc U a S Mohican, Roar Adm Kimherly, from Callao UBS Nipslc, l.t Lyon, fiom Samoa .Swd bk Ida, Oleton, ftom Tort Town send Am bkt S G Wilder, Grlulths, fiom San a rancisco Haw lik V 11 Godfrey, Uabel, from San Francisco Am bUMatllda, Howaid, from Bnrisrd's Inlet Am bkt W fl Dlnioiid, Drew, from San Sail Francisco Am bktS N Castle, Ilnbhard, fiom San Francisco SHIPPING NOTES. Tho schooner Rainbow takes this eve ning about 80 ohla logs for I'eail Rlier Harbor. Tho steam-schooner Akamai U on the Marino Railway. The bark Matilda will have all her lumber out this afternoon. Tho bark V B Godfrey loads after the barkontlnc S G Wilder. The barkentine W H Dhnond will lln Ish discharging cargo on Friday. She leaves for San Fianeico about next Thntsday. The liiigantinc T.urlinp leaes Ililo this week for San Francisco. Tho Morning btar Is taking In lumber at the old Custom House wharf, tho will leave cither at the end of this week or oaily nest week for a live months' eiuise among the numerous islands of the South Pacific. BORN. I,EE In Honolulu, November 25th, to the wife of Eugene Lee, a daughter. PUBLIC CONCERT. Tho Itoval Hawaiian Band will give a public concert Tn commemo ration of Hawaiian ludepondence Day and American Thanksgiving Day, on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Hawaiian Hotel. Fol lowing is the programme: I'AKT I. March Kuokoa Hawaii Jlorger Overture Hawaii Ncl Bcrgcr Prayer Moses " RofMnl Fantasia Herald Angels Bc3'or Poll Pumehana, Kim Lei, I.lhl Knl o Ohele. rAUT ii. Overture America Catlin Fantasia rieasant Memories.. ..Bciger Medley American Melodies Beyer The Star Spangled Banner. Hawaii Ponol. It appcaiH in t hit Why, Wennor A Co. monl. Read it.. issue. What? 'h now advei tine- Tut: engine of China Company No. 5 will bo hoiiM'tl at 11 o'clock to morion' morning. Exclusion trains will run to lVnil harbor to-monow. See time lablo in another column. Tiik Elito pnrlois will havcTimnkB giving minco pics to-morrow, of tho very best quality. Tan only business in the Police Court this morning wan the lemund ing of several case". Oahm College and paratory school will niotrow nnd Friday. Piinahon Pro bo clonal to- Tur.siiAY, Nov. 2litli. In re cMalo of Maria King, de ceased, l'ctillonof A. J. Caitwriglil, executor and trustee iindci tho will, for allowance of accounts. Ordered that accounts lie allowed. iti.roni: I'ltr.srox, ,i. In re (iiardiausliip of Lionel, Louisa, Zillali and Henry Hart, minors. Petition of A. I. Cart wright, one of the guardians, for allowance of account, for resignation and appointment of another guaid ian. Also, petition of Mrs. Annie S. Parke, widow and cxecutiix of W. C. 1'nrke, deceased, , for dis ehnrgc of Ills estate fiom responsl hlllty as such gunrdian. I'artly licnr1, and continued to the ilOtli. WriiN-iaiLW, Nov. 27th. " Mnhoc (v) et al vs. A. lvatihi et al. Hill lo declare and execute a trust. Being heard. V. A. Kin ney for plaintiffs ; W. C. Aehi for defendants. g3KST5pHgatirYiSeM jwnwntniiwwft ry- -TrTrTvrT2: - tjct f.C Mrs. Slioriniin's painting pujiilH will take aicst to-morrow, on account of Thankogiving day. An account of the annual hession of the National W. C. T. U. in Chi cago appears on the foiulh page. The Hawaiian hand gives a Thanks giving conceit at the Hotel to mm iov evening. Programme clsorhere. A iieccnt number of the Kansas. Oitv Times has a good picture of Hay Wodohousc, the dynamite pitcher. A most beautiful Block of goods will bo found at the store of Egiin A: Gunn. They know what Honolulu people lenuirc. Au. mcmbcis of Engine Company No. 2 aio notilied to mecl at llic Bell Tower in full dicsb uuiiorm, at 1(1 n. in. to-niouow. JAPANESE IMMIGRANTS. The Japanese immigrants who ar rived by the Yamashiro Maru on the 21st, have all been assigned. The work has been done in a very expe ditious manner by Mr. J. Hothwell, Secretary ol the Hoard of lu.uiigia tion. Following is the number shipped to date : Men. Women. Makcc Sugar Co liiS llaiianiaulit Phtnt.Co. ... :t:t Ktpnliiilu SO Clins. ICoclllng. Hanalei.. 17 .Tames Wight. ICohala. ... 10 Walkapn Sugar Ci 25 R.Oeike.Haiialcl lleela Agrl. CV 15 HindR.-R 5 Laupahoehoe Sugar Co. . . 2.S Walakea Mill Co 17 Pcpeekeo Suga.- Co !'J Ouomea Sugar Co lcll Hakalau Plantation 50 Olowalu Sugar Co 10 Koloa Sugar Co tin Meier & Kruae,KeUalia... '.Ml Favo Co., Mana 22 It. M. Overcnd ICukaiauPlt. Co Kahiahono Co n. Cullcii iliiniuuhi Sheep Station. J. Glcason E. G. Hltcheock 30 10 i :i 10 i; l ii tl 2.1 l'J 15 21 :t r i flennto la balanced aaair.st tin Pi b. sldent In all appoliilmeutu to oflloo and all treaties. In the sixth place, the people hold in their hands iho balance against their own repre sentatives by liiehnlal elections, hi the seventh place, tho legislators of the several States are balanced against IhftSenalo by sex tciinial elections. in the eighth place, the electors aie balanced against the people In the choice of President." After eighty years of trial all these balances are deemed essential in the Tinted States to day. If we were to cast about for addi tional reasons why an upper house, ba9cd on property qualification, should be maintained, wo should find scvcial. One such is au inherited weakness in our administrative me thods which calls for the help and supervision of n second chamber. 11 is easy to imagine how welt our pre sent one house, how any Cab inet, unprincipled enough lo do so, couid defy the King and the pub lic ho long as they had a pliable ma jority. The Judicial branch of gov ernment is in theory expected to put the brake on at certain stages, hut in practice this throws a weight of responsibility on the Judges, and its exercise is fraught with some de gree of danger. We want more ministerial responsibility in import ant measures, and less reliance on the rehashing of measures by com mittees. No one can doubt that had the Anti-Chinese amendment of last session been a ministerial measure, upon wliicli it was undcrstoou mat the Cabinet would stand or fall, its fate would have been reversed. In conclusion, 1 am satisfied that time, that great healer of doubts and disputes, will .satisfy all classes that we had better bear with our present imperfections, than rush into vio lent changes. Let us devote our selves to building up nnd lifting up the people with, the structure, rather than teating down, without due thought, that which cannot readily be set up again. In this as in all other matters of doubt, we will do w'oll to follow the advice of an an cient and illustrious mechanic, "Prove all tilings, hold fast to that which is good." WennerOo. Have just opened out a luigo new stock of Holiday (Jood, comprising: Sot and Unset Diamond;-, Minorite, Eanings, Bracelets, llanglen, l.-.ici and Scnif Pins, Rings of the very latest dvMgtis, Ladies' and Dents' Gold and Silver Watches and Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vl Clininc, Clocks, Bejutiful Silverware, vc, fcc. flXT" Prices within the reach of all. 41-1 lin f. h.: 1863 w 1889 riimiksgiviiig Day, 1881), -at Tin: Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Eakory & Ice Crcftm Parlors. OP THE - PRESS ON TUB f- New Free Tontine Policy OK TIIK Equitable Life Assurance Society OK TUB UNITED STATKS A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY. fl'ioiii the N'r.w Voiik Times .Tune 22, S8!L The Equitable Life Assurance Society has minuted a iniw-idrui of policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi tions on the batk. Pumpkin, Cranberry -AND- MINOE -: - PIES Of the best and tlelielous quality of SO years' reput-ilion, can liu IihiI FROM " A. M. (o l P. M., irAT .i ci'atn i:.i:i. From tho Cnic.wio Ikvkstiuto!i. Always on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tli-j most advantageous contract In life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance. So ciety of New York lias, in the past, made many advances on old methods and liaH been the means lo liberalize life assurance in a greater degree perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there foic, that this great company now conies before the people with a new contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance. F. HOItN, lri).t Hotel street lit. Nuuahu'ifc Fort sts. 41:i 21 FOR SALE. A few young thoroughbred Berkshire -:- Boars From the Ki:ntuok UwiHTKn, Klcliinoml, Ky., June 23, 1SS0.J The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to create and maintain conlldencc in life assurance than. any other company. Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its compctltow. Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob jection of tho character referred to nut of tho way. The result, undoubt edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence in life assurance, will examine the new policy olfored by the Kquitable, and assure their lives forthwith. fFrom tho Koston Post. This company has doue more "than any other to simplify the assurance contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. SI! 1!U One of tho nitist beautiful sightri in the city at the present time is tho up-stairs show room at tlin Pacific Hardware Company's store. Mn. Paul Isenberg will have one hundred heacT of cattle for tale on Satuiday in Pauoa valley. Full par ticulars in Friday'a Bulletin. EVENTS THIS EVENING. Drill Co. C Honolulu llitlcs, 7:30. Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.. 7:110. Mvslic LodL'c No. 2, K. of P.. 7 :.'I0. Service at St. Andrew's Cathe dral, at 7:JI0. Choir rehearsal, at 8. Service nt Central Union Church, at 7:30. :it at at Oalii Railway & Lanu Co's TOIE TA.rjr-.TC: hji ii hi i' Lpj'.rto 1 tpRTpVjl jp jtv Trains will leave Honolulu over the Ouliu Ituilrnad & Land Co. as lollows: TRAINS mlllfe from imported stock, jjree furnished. Registered Alco a few Pedi- FAT - TURKEYS! Ill 1m LEWIS & CO. For Thanksgiving, CUBISTUAS anil HEW JEAB'S Theuk will bo two baseball matches at the Makiki grounds to-moriow afternoon as follows: 1:30 Valley Boys vs. lolani, 3 -.30 Piinahon vh. ICamehameha, .Ii. A iiasdv tool sold by the Hawaiian Hard wai c Co. is an ico chisel that will not shatter the ico block nor batter the ice chest to pieces. All users of ice should have it. CELEBRATION AT PALAMA. A general invitation is extended to ihc public to join in the celebra tion of Independence ay at Pn lama to-morrow. A largo laiiai has been erected on A. Kunuiakea's pre mises and the following exerciHcs will take place at 10 o'clock: Prayer Rev. J "vValamau Anthem Hawaiian Choir Oratlon-'Independenco Day.J. E. Bush lleuiarkg on the events which led up to tho Declaration of Hawaiian In dependence. . . .Gen. J F. B. Marshall Anthem Hawaiian Choir Closing Prayer .Kcv. J. AVaiamau After the exercises there will bo a feast. LAncu numbors of people visit the Hawaiian Nows Company's store every day, to inspect the beautiful holiday goods. Road their now ad vertisement in another column. THANKSGIVING SERVICES. The service, at Central Union church to-morrow, commences at 1 1 a. in. The choir will render special miieic including the anthem, "O come let us sing" by Horlhold Tours. The Rev. Dr. Bcckwith will preach tho sermon. At St. Andrew's Cathedral tho Bishop's congregation will have holy communion at C:&0 a. in. with col lect, epistle and gospel from tho American prayer book,, and morning prayer and aennon at 10 a. m. with special psalm. The thank offerings of the congregation will bo devoted to tho support of the mission to the Chinese. The Hecontl congregation of St. Andrew's' Cathedral will have a Hpecial service at . 11:10 a. in. in charge of Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. The choir Will render Uarrett's To l),eum in E flat, n jubileo antiiem by .Sir John Stainer and special Thanks giving hymns. The sermon will bo preached by the Rev. Ilerbeit H, Ciowon. All members of the Honolulu ltitles battalion aro ordered to report at tho Armory to-morrow morning, at 10 o'clock, in fatiguo uniform, to parado for targot practice at the Hide ItaiiRe. . m t The Hawaiian Hardware Co. are adding to their immense slock of staplo ,'oods and novelties. Thoy will shortly picsont through this paper a list of leading lines of hard ware also descriptions of some spe cialties for which thoy have tho solo agency. Mf.shus. 1). Dayton and C. J. McCarthy left yesterday afternoon on tho steamer Mikahala for Ka paa, Kauai, where a now lodge of tho Knights of Pythias will bo instituted. Other mombers of the brotherhood will proceed thither by tho steamer James Makeu this evening. Gunkual I' U. Marshall will givo a talk in Y. M. C. A. hall on Tues day evening next, on "Hawaii Fifty Yeais Ago." From his scoro of years' rcsideneo hero at that, period, idontilied with ttie public life of the country withal, tho General will bo ablo to givo an evening of gieat interest; Tiik Han Francisco Mttsio anil Drama has a long account of tho Katie Putnam troupu's tour in Aus tralia and tliuir visit lo Honolulu. In an intorviow Mies Putnam spoke very highly of Mr. 1. J. Lovoy's manage ment of the company whilo in Hono lulu. She also had a, good word for our thcatio. VtOHOLULU tuM $p, THANKSGIVING X DAY I tfxua Floe Mince I'Icb at the "Elite." Call for them while hoi I Or, Tele. phone-Bell 183 Mu. 414 It Mr. Gcorgo AV. Smith of Benson, Smith & Co., received a icttor on tho last steamer from Mr. JaiueH A. Hai t, manager of the celebrated Uo.ston baseball team. Tho latter wil bo playing in San Francisco iipto Jauu aiy" 1st, and then manager Hart is desirous of bringing his team on January 3d to Honolulu on tho Aus tralia, letiirningby tho same stcmiier, if a guarantee can he given him. A Miggc&tion is hero made that a meet ing bo hold, at oqce to, feol tho pnUo pf the bnsobaU community, QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS FOR NOBLES. lit .V MECHANIC. (Concluded.1) The recent publication by the Minister of Interior, of statistics giving a comparative table showing the nationality ot voters for Nobles and Representatives, is so precise in its headings nud details cs to render any further analysis of our voting clement by mo superfluous. From it will be seen, that the last election admitted an army ol men, who can bo recognized under one head as almost totally illiterate. I have not tho fimiros befarc me as I write, but 1 am correct in saying that it about equals the present total vote for Nobles. To swamp the present Noblo voters with such illiteracy, is lo trample down intelli gence where it is most needed ; to gag the captain nnd hand the navi gation of tho craft of state to the cook. One of the roasons given for abo lishing the qualification is, what good arc they (the Nobles)? It is contended that the harnessing to gether of two unequal forces, sure to pull in an opposite dircctioirwhcn Hie interests of the working men are concerned, was well exemplified in that memorable occasion during the special session of last legislature when one "irresponsible body" did us they pleased with the ininifatry, the parliament, and the subject upon which thoy were deliberating, and thanks arc duo to the Nobles for it all. In that little episodo the Dukes were unconsciously making nails for their colllns, and it is In the sincere hope that they may do better in tho future that wo are now induced to plead against their pre mature interment. However, the question of whether our present form of a legislative chamber, that of rolling our two houses of Nobles and Representa tives into ono, gives better results than the usual plan of separating them, is worthy of consideration. It does not require much argument to show that two sepcrate chambers should be more effective as a check or balance, and it must bo confessed that our system is deficient in those counterpoises, so csscntinl to healthy constitutional government. Con trast our system in this respect with tlint of tho United States, which U substantially to-dny what it was described in 1811 in' a letter from John Adams to John Taylor (Adams' works, vol. (5, p. 407) : "The llouso of Representatives if balanced against the Senate, tho Senate against the HoUso. lu the third place, tho ex ecutive authority is in sonic degree balanced against the legislative. In the fourth place, tho judicial power a balanced against the House, Uie Seimto, the' Executlvo, and tho State fiovcrnmuiit, In the fifth place, tlio IVE HONOLULU A1IR1VE HALAWA 8:Q0 a. M. 8:45 A. M. 11:00 a. m. 11:45 A. M. 11:00 l'. M. 3:45 v. M. LEAVE HALAWA 0:30 A. 12:.'I0 l. 4: Hi ! AIHUVK HONOLULU 10:15 A. 1 :15 i'. 5:00 i'. M. M. .M. Fiom the Pvoinc Unih-.uwki run, Jan Francisco, July 1, 1889. J The Kquitable has already established a world-wide reputation for liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all legitimate claims against it, and this ucw policy cannot fail to enhance its reputation for enterprise and piogressivcncss in dealing with the subject of life assurance. bSr For full particulars call on ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, 030 Int General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. 1ULU.LJI -ll 2 mm?MM &: wirar Milni-i-n. Illoelc. Jfo. 77 l-'i-l til peel. -IMPORTERS OF- FAT TURKEYS, -:-SUCKLING PIGS-:- Ducks & Chickens. STJlSrAY rJJVCA.lJSSi: LHAVK HONOLULU 0:30 A. M. 10:15 A. M. 12:30 1'. M. 1:15 r. ji. ::00 i. i. 3:15 i. m. AIlRIVi: HALAWA LKAVR HALAWA 11:0(1 A. 1 : 15 i'. 1:15 I-. r. M. M. AIHUVK HO!OLULU 114 tf 11 ;45 A. M. 2:30 1'. M. 5:00 v. m. icTFOU BALK BY WAlKIIvr ItAKOir. A&'Oulcrs to lie left wilhU. farlnne. W. Mac. 112 ill IRISH LINENS BY REQUEST Excursion to Pearl River! THURSDAY, Nov. 28th, 1889 'XVDtiYIJStei LEAVE HONOLULU AlUIIVH HALAWA 8:00 A. M. 8:45 A. M. 11:00 a. M. 11:15 A. M. 1:00 I. m. 1:45 i m. 3:00 i'. m. 3:15 i m. Freud, Englisli im Ainericai Dry ai Fancy. Gools, CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC. Fl'LL LINK OF HOLIDAY GOODS lid Gloves, Diamond Dye Black Hose in Bled & Plain. nov-27-80 Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits, Young Men's Ulaek French Diagonal Suits! ltqyh' Fine Light Weight Cassimcrc Suits! Gent's Fine NcckwcarlTosiory, Underwear! CENT'S IUIOWN and GttEY- FINE STIFF FELT HATS. gjG All the aboc Goods aie NEW OOODR and NEW DESIGNS, and be i-old at VERY LOW FIUl'RES ill Chas. J. FBSHEL'S, The Leading Millinery House, Cornur Fort & Hotel hIv. THE VERY I.l-.AVr. HALAWA 9:15 A. 31. 12:00 M. 2:00 i m. t :30 I', m. AlUtlVr. HONOLULU 10:00 A. M. l'J: 15 i m. i!:45 !. M. 5:15 . si. tSSrSpeuial teuiis for partial of 20 people nnd over. Tickktb: 1st class, 1; 2nd cluin, 50 cents, return; obtainable at the it. 11. Depot and at the office of J. E, lirowu & Co., iH Merchant street, until 4 o'clock !. m., WKDNE8DAY, 27th Inst. 413 at NOTICE. AltMOIIY IlLAHQUAltTIUlH KlPIF.S, Honolulu, II. I., Nov fHATTALlON ORDERS No HoNoi.in.i . 37.1H80. J 10 ITWERY member of llilsllu. U tullon In hcroby ordered to report n t Hendouitrlorri on THURSDAY MORNING, 2flth Inst , (tt 10 o'clock. In Futluue Uniform, to parade for linnet practice at Ihu Ritlu linage iy oruer oi 11. F, HEHHARD, Mujrr Coiuiuumlliig. K, VY. JAW1LKV, Captain & Adjutant. 5B? 4Hlt Kai Para Mullet I ttlsr Uraud hi 1 lb. tim. QONSALVES cS, CO., 4H lw Queen street. SoitaDle forjoliflay Gilts l have jiiHt received from the timntifae turcr In Ireland a laro and assorted shipment of Irish Linens of all kinds. Consisting of Damask Table Clothe, In new and beautiful pattnrns with Napkins to match, from thiiclieapeM to I Im best (uiilitles manufactured. Embroidered Handkerchiefs, In all styles and prices guaranteed, all handwork. IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS, Uoiitleiuen'M HoniBtitclaod Hnndkorchicis, In all stylcg aiu'l qualities. Ladies Handkerchiefs, Of all makes and patterns, tho finest stjlect ion ever importcii, aho, Doyley's Toilet CoYors, Towels, &c, &c Al6o, a few very choice CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS, Manufactured by Marcus Ward & Co., (Limited). 4os tf w. cjsriio u iAu "AttentionTNo. 2!" rpiIK MEMHERS AND YOLUN .1. leers of Mrclmnio Engine Co., Vo. '-',nro lit ruby notilied to meet at (ho lSell Tower in Full Dress Unifoun on THURSDAY, the 28th Inst., at 1U a m.. for the pmpou ot !ioulnn tlio engine of Oldnese Engiuo Co. No. B, at their new engine house. 1'er order, E. R. RYAN, Honolulu, Noy. 22d. Foreman. 410 5t Art NEWEST GOODS AVICODIJSG uiitl JBIOIJIOA.V Pacific Hardware DILLINGHAM, President .IAS. G. SI'ENOER, Mauagor .t Secretary. SJtT Tlieso Goods have just been received from America and Europe, and aro being opened and placed on exhibition in the Upstairs Art Room, as rapidly as possible. aug-3-8B driMi. " " SB vi J USs LATEST IN ' Decorated Wares ! i "& 1 OK 'jS Co., Ld, I !H F. L. WINTER, JH Treasurer. 'JSm I 1 'ihc Rest Auionean 1'iauos in tho World; ' JH o :iJB t, 'm o , -mt En. UOFFRCHLAEGER & Co., Hole Agents for tho Hawaiian Iklamls for f Steinway it Sons, Now York; and Ed. Wostcrinayer, Uerlin. ' ;2j also mil Cabinet Ujiriglits it Roudoir Uprights. 'CIS 0f For Salo at Moderate 1'iiccs by t JmM Ed. HGFFSCHLAEGER & Co., M 100 Im-lUU King and Uothel Street. H NEW ZEALAND MULL13T. Kuioneun Jlllllurtl Pavlorn. jH THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in -SB tliu city, and lilted up iu the most -'-flHi land Mullet (new catch), la 4 approved style. Four tabled with all the iH dozen dsoi. lutodt impiovueuU. WK. J. E. RROWN & CO., . J. P. HOWKN & CO,. :mi STEINWAY PIANOS WESTERMAYER'S PIANOS for this Climate. LIST. ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, nt No. il5 Kmtna Mreel. No chll. 10 1w 40il3w 38 Merchant bttect. 70 tf Profrletou. X"B ''SjjBt JOi&EL ' Z-'fSJi&MiMiMuiBLatA ?&L&r IZ&toSjJJt' A "JkeSmtdL ltUiitiUJUjUKtm 'jOfc.t. m. Atfcsi1j4; ..a i nm'mmmm i,umitmmm1tmmmMLmlmwif)minfmmm'