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r$WPfPPIWI pwr t-rijPF" ttst V1-- r "i-."' "" '' igpm!rmmgmm?F bAIliY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. I., PfeBrtUAirV 15, 1000. io iu jmjuj i ' ttunuoswitatastxtievsasuumiavKaraK KanmrHMaAMi ctuirar W. G, FISCHERS Famous Grand Arttvo & Ooldcn Anvil WltOUttHT STFJiL THtin Ii UiiYiHs & !n. 1. Honolulu Library owm AN- mwmw$ Readinq Room Association, T1.1IF, TAltLV: - -r i mmmmm111 -,11 ww'f 9198' K I EGAiV &: Bis- ' p 4 f i aiolncvny JJloolr, 'o. ?? Koei feMrcut. IMPORTERS OF Fmck, Mutt nil Aiericaii Dry ant Fancy Goods, CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC. FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Kid film;;, Diaioi Hyo Black Hose in Eied & Plain, nov-27-8!) Chas. Hiistace, King Street, HAS JUST RECEIVED per " ATJSTKALIA," KilR Alahka Sea Tiout, Kits Mnckciol, Kits Salmon IlellicH, Kits Tongues and Soutuls, Cum'm Vienna Sausage, Ham Siiunm, Salmon in 1 and 2 lb. titip, Ham-, Bacon, Codlisli, Tln Soused Mucki'iel, ltuilid Mneki'iol in To niulii Sauce, Top OVuii lJuiiiil Butler, Honed fliicki u and Tin key, Twin Brother' Yeast Cakes, Aunt Abbey's Rolled Oats! Oialinc Flake, (Jeiinen, Bieal.f.ist Gem, White O.iIh, Highland Rolled Oal, Dried A jnirots, Dried Poaches, Prune, Table Fi nit, Dale, Fig, Ridgo't Food, Gelatine, Saldino, Wheat, Oats, Bran, l'otntoe., Onions, and a Gencial Assoilincnt of Giocejies at Popular piiee. jfjTLcavo your order, or ling up No. 110. H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO., IMFORTERB AND DKALER8 IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed, EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Goods Tccolvcd by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe, Fresh California Produce by every Stoamcr. All orders faithfully attended to. uud Uoods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders eoli cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 14G. Tcleiuiono No. 93 fnov-4-85 Telephone 240.' -mos-- LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street, HONOLULU, II. I., IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & J1ETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES '& PROVISIONS. fcfir- ON Hy each steamer uf the O. S. S. Co. from California Fresh Gala. Roll Batter, Frozen Oysters & Fresh Gala, Fruits, ITImIi, Grume, Vcfjotnlilos, 12tcM Etc. A complete line of Crosse & Blacfcwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned. & Bottled Goods Always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of German I'aten & l'otteil HI cut & Itotflctl I'rcKoi'vcd FrnilN, Lewis b Co.'h Maltese Rrand Sugar Cured Hams & Uacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat Flakes & Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons & Gala. Riverside Oranges, Oregon Rurhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. ap-10 Satisfaction Guaranteed. 87 UNION FEED CO., OFFER AT BED ROCK PRICED California liny, Oats, Bran, Oil Cnlio Meal, Unseed Meal, liarloy, Kollcrt Uarley, Middling Ground Barley, Wheat and Corn Flour. FLOUR J&Altn, Golden Gate & Salinas-! FLOUR Telephones, No. 175. CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS, JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor. SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER" SARSAPARILLA and IRON WATER, ALSO Ginger Ale, Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream . & Plain Soda. -- C'JIA.3IJA.C3rs'J CIDKlt.- t0T ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE j$ ."51 1CIIVO 8TKEET !i- Mutual Telephone 3 30 -a o tor Bell Telephone 298 "Island orders promptly attended to. nov-8-8!)fiin JOHN - '""- '.-. re r-r-jn u. -i -- . -w Granite, Iron and Tin Ware ! Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE, House Keeping Goods, PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND 003 Sheet Iron Work. -F. O. Rox 297, ICK -t Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts. --W NOTT, ifr? to CO Cooking-:-Ranges -W1TI1- Broiler and Hot Water Attachments ! uUi. Consuming one-third LESS FUEL than any other stovo In existence, either wood or coal. No Brick Work About It! Just a Clean Cut Stove! Whose Baking qualities nie unsur passed. Reversible Grates ! This Grate is of a triangular form, having three purfaccs which are reversi ble, to that a separate top surface can be used on alternate days; or if the one sur face in ccuisc of ue shows any wear then the other can bo turned up, and so on the other, making it equal In dura bility to three distinct Grates. KOH SALE BY THE Hawaiian Hardware Gb., Fort Kticet, Honolulu, 410 tf . OppoRite Sprcckels' Bank Union, Fire & Marino Insurance Co., L'd, Of Xcw Zealand. Capital - $10,000,000 Fire i isks taken on Dwellings, Stnros, Storehouses and Contents. Alco, Siinr and Rice Mills, Machinery, Etc , Etc. Marine Iiiwurniico On Htill, Cargoes and Freights. Lois paid lieie. J. S. WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian Islands. j.in-0-ao NOTICE ! The Lessees of Lots HTUATU INT11K Kapiolani Park Aie hereby notified that the Association is prepared to Grant a Renewal of their Lease iot SO Years from date, t Upon picscntalion of proper title deeds and the payment or n nomi nal rental. RTAiiplicatlons to be made to W. M. G1FFARU, Secretary. A. S. CLEGIIORX, President Kapiolani Purk Asso'n. Honolulu, Dec. 1.7, 1S8'J. 4!!!) lm J.Hopp&Co., 74 King st. 74 King st Importers of Rattan & Reed Furniture. Pianos & Furniture Moved with Care. Mting and Carpets Laid, CORNICE POLES, Fine Upholstering & Bedding A Speciailty. CHAIRS TO RENT. apr-lO-SS NOTICE. NOTICE is heicbv f,'iven to all per sons that on the :10th day Decem ber, 1S8!), a meeting of thu MoAholdeis of thuHawallmiPaeltle CiibUi Co was held at the olllee of E. O. Hall & Hon, Limited, Honolulu, and at Mild Hireling it was voted by said MoeMiohleis to aci'cpt a cbailer of lucorpoiatioii plant ed to them miller the coiporate name and stylo of "Hawaiian Pacllle Cable Co." November 15, lPt, and that the corporal Ion under said clniilor ilieie upon organized themselves and eleeted the following ollleers: .1. Sherman Jtartholomow of Honolulu Pieildcnl Hon. Edgar Ciow linker, M. P., ot Victoria, R. C Viee-Piesldent E. O. White of Honolulu Secietaiy 1'iank A. Dudley of Nlngaia Falls N. Y Treasurer Win. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor Notice is fin tliergh en that pursuant to the tonus of said charter, "Xo stock -bolder shall Individually bo llablo for the debts of the Coi novation beyond tbo amount which shall ho due upon tlio ihesbiuo or chaic held or owned by hliii'i'lf." M, E. O. WHITE, 111 I in Secietaiy. T nfl I 7T- imi i Tlilniir Jf 1 - . i ii irf Trrp-n-ii Iff TTHTBrr '" - ;. mmw mo xomwmwj 043-1' WMX4W W m 4 Wi0 wmw i I WVWVWWVTTWVWV n 1 & IS s o S3 r-3 40 O H3 -.i- frXHOW-W! t W CO f9 ttmottmtt tMmMwi $$$ o 6 o mWW4mm WW0WX44M4 0 xc- omfrm frfrfr I - o w o S3 o ao CD P P (So. O hi CD t CO p 3 & CO o trh h3 B p.- CD H a & - CO s p p p p CD o o B CD H CD CO P B CD OX CD i-i & XJi mmm -wtoWM Per "Deanfield" 131 Days from Liverpool. In addition to o'lr tegular impor. . tations of GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRTaOODS! Etr., Etr., Etc., Etc We have received special lots of NEW GOODS, Croekerywaie, Fine Wedgcwoodware, Fancy Umbrella Stand.", Fancy Flower Pots, Fine Glassware, Cut Tumblers Cut Wine Glasses, Cut Dcraiiterf, Fancy Vasas, Ilkct Trunks In all s?es, In New Design & Latest Pattern. FINE IRON BEDSTEADS, Hawaiian, English, American and Portuguese FLAGS ! ELECTRO PLATE Dressing Cases, Dress Goods, MlrrorH, 12ii4iNli tnlllow, PERFUMERY ! Fine ltibbnno, Emhinhlered Dre'ses, NEW STYLES Carpets I Rugs SOFA PILLOWS, 1Ville J... in on, A Pino Fo'ection. WATERPROOF IH'ST COATS, Lawn Tennis Shoes, LAWN TENNIS Nets & Rackets? CROQUET SETS. Theo.H.Davies&Co., HONOLULU. From San Francisco. Leave S. F. .Fob 8. .Mar 8 . . Apr o, . May :?. May HI June !28 , Duo at Honolulu . Feb lo . .Mar lfl Maiipcn ., Zealand iu.. . Alameda. . . , Mariposa . . Xealaudia . . Alameda MaiipoMi calandia. . . Alameda. . Maiipo.ua. . . Zi'iilandia. . , Alameda. . . , ...Apr 12 .May 10 June 7 ...Julv ft ...Aug 2 . . . Aug SO ...Kept 27 . ..Oct 25 , . . .Nov 22 ....Dee 20 .Inly 2i. . Aug 2.'i. Kept SO. ..Oct 18. ..Nov ir., ..Dee El. For San Francisco. l.eavo Sydney Due at Honolulu ..Mar 8 ..Apr ft Aliinuvl.t. . . Mariposa . Zral.india . Alameda . Mariposa. . Cealandi.i Alameda. . Maiiposa. . Zcalaudia . Alameda. . , Maripo.a . Zealandia... .Felt lit , Mar .Apr , May ..Tunc . J uly Aug 10.. Hi 11. 11 '.I. I) . May ..May June ai 28 . July 20 .Aug 21) ..Sept 20 ...Oct 18 .Nov 15 ...Dec. 13 , . . Jan 10 .Sept :'... .Out 1.. . Oct 21) .Nov 20. ..Deo 21. . Intermediate S. S.Australia. Leave S. F. Leave Honolulu. Fiiday.. .Jan 31 Fridav. ..Feb 11 Fiiday.. .Feb 28 Friday.. ..Mar 11 Friday.. Mar 28 Fiiday.. April Fiiday.. .Apr 2ft J-Yiday . ..May 9 Friday... May 23 Fi'iday. . June 0 Fiidav..Jiinc 20 Friday.. . July 4. Fiiday. July 18 Fiiday... Aug 1 Friday. .Aug 15 Fiiday.. . Aug 21) Fridav . Sept 12 Fiiday . . Sept 20 Friday. . -Oct 10 Fiiday. . . Oct 24 Fridav. ..Nov 7 Fiiday. . Nov 21 Fiidav. ..Dec 5 Friday. . .Dec 18 Australian Hail -Service, FOK SAN FRANCISCO, Thu new and flue Al steel steamship "Alameda," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will bo due at Honolulu trom Sydney and Auckland ou or about . March 8, 1890. And will leave for the above port with malls and passengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SU PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to WH. O. IRWIN ft CO., Agenti. For Sydney and' Aucklano The new and fine Al steel stcMBghip " Mariposa," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will be duo at Honolulu from San Francisco on or about February 15, 1890. And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above portsi For freight or passage, having SU PER10R ACCOMMODATIONS, applj to 37 WM. 0. IRWIN ft CO.. Agenti LOVEJOY & CO., IS ainuanu H., IIouoluliu Offer for pale at unusually low prices, a full assuitmeiit and best brands of Ales, Wines, Beers, Spirits, Ac. IS?.! living been appointed by Messrs. Lachuiaii'ifc Jacob! of San FraitcUco their b'ole Agents for Hawaiian Islands, we are enabled to offer their justly Celebrated Wines to our fi lends and the public at very low rates. 41)1 lin "MARIN" Will stand at service al Recoiid ":--lAi Sacramento, Sept. 15, 1887. PumaiiKK: Marin was shed by Quiun'a Patchen, ho by Geo. M. Pat- The Thorougli bred Shim men, Jr.; Aiarinauam uy emigrant, no by Billy McCracken , Billy McOracken bv McCraokon's Black Hawk. 707. Mho sire of Lady Dooley, and of the dam of Overman, 2:19H) McCrackcn's Black Hawk, 707, by Vermont Black Hawk, 5 j 2nd dam by Marshall's Black Hawk, ho by Kaslou'a Black Hawk. The dam of Quinn's Patchen by Btockbridgo Chief, ho by Vermont Black Hawk, 0. R. T. Carroll of San Francisco, the former owner of Marin, vouches, that out ot thirty-six marcs served by this hmso dining his last season in Cali fornia, thiity.flve proved with foal. PAUL II. IHFMIF.IKJ. jly.20.8l lAir. Hotel A AInketi Mtrcclft. Open every Day and Evening. 4r Tim Library consists at the present time of over Five Thousand Volumes. The Reading Room is supplied with about llfty of the lcudtng newspaper mid periodicals. A Parlor Is provided for con vci cattail ttiil games. Terms of membership, fifty cents n .noiith, payable tjuaiteily In advance. No formality requited in joining except signing tbo roll. Strangers from foreign countries and vlsltoisftom the other Islands are wel come to the room at all times nsguets. Tills Association having no regular means of support except the dues of uiembcis, it Is expected that resident of Honolulu who desiio to avail tboui Bolves ot Its pilvlleges, and all who feel au Intel est in maintaining nu institution of this kind, will put dowu their niiinea and become regular eontilhtitois. A. J. CARTWRIQHT, Pies., M. 31. SCOTT, Vlco-PreslUent, II. A. PAKMELEE, Sceretaiy, A. L.SMITH, Treasurer, O. T. RODGERS, M.D., Chairman Hall and Library Comnillfeo FXIAWOIC. Continental and Colonial AGENCY. 36 Rue doDunkorque, . Paris. Executes Indcuts for every description "of French, Relgian, Swiss, Germaii, and English Goods, at the best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices. Commission, Two und.ii.Half per cent. All Tiade and Cash Discounts allowed to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded when requested. Remittances, through a London or Paris Ranker, payable on delivery of Shipping documents; or, direct to the manager. '- The Agency Represents, Buys, ami BellB, for Home and Colonial Firms. Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cauibrlca, Silks. Velvets, Tiftwns, Chintzes, Muslins, Carpets, Cloths, Millinery, Laces, Gloves, FrliiKos, Parasols, Haboidashery, GoldSnd Silver Lace, Flannel', Feathers, Pearls, Boots and Shoes, Glass, and China-ware, Clocks, Watches, Jewellry, Fancy Goods, Electro-plate, Musical Instrument, Fans, Ecclesiastical and Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toyi. Perfumery, Wines, &c, Oilman's Stores, Books Artistic Furniture, Stationery, Guroino , Machinery. &c., &c. 3V B, CASTLE & COOKE, ISIPOJITKHH, Hardware, Shipping Commission Merchants. DIULUIiS IN General Merchandise ! Plantation Agents, Life, Fire & Marine Insurance Agentr. Jan 3 HONOLULU II. I. 1S90 CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire & Marine Insurance Agents I ACKNTd ron: New England Mutual Life Ins, Co., OP BOSTON. Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford. union Insurance Company "lro A aiarlne. OK SVN KiUNCIBCO, CAMFdnMA. Jan 3 CO Dr. M. E. GROSSMAN, OENTI8T, Returned on the Australia and has-re. sinned practice at his former ofllce, 98 Hotel street. 400 tf CHANGE of KESIDENCE. Ir. OLIVKK lias removed from Fort street to lto- hello Lane, Palama. Okkic-k Houub: 0 a. m. to 12 m. and fi i. ii. to 9 r. m. Mutual C08-iaTELEPH0NE8rBell 4-75 410 tf I.. MIM-.M . I-"" A Cnvo for Influeirn ! DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR DIAL, one of the beet lemedlea ever prepared for couuhs, asthma, long and chest trouble, and a groat relief to whooplne rough nnd throat arTeetiou. Ask for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor dial sold at HOLLTSTER & CO., And BENSON, SMITH A CO. 115 Um NOTICE. HAVING bought out Mr. W. II. Page In the "Honolulu Carriage Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, I am prepared to continuotho above business under the old namo of Honolulu Car. rlago Manufactory,, and being an old experienced carriage builder I solicit the patiotmnc of my old friends and the public In general, and with my thorough lctinwlcdcu of the business and with ex perienced workmen and using only the best material I guarantee general satis, faction. Please call and rcq mc before going elsewhere. (Signed): GIDEON WEST. Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1881). 001 tf J J Mm&rSki JUWaw.