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I)AILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER JANUARY 21, 1SS9.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I. LOCAL AND GENERAL. HAWAIIAN BELL TELEPHONE. SUPREME COURT. Utotrlistmtnts. dvcrUsemtnls. AliKIVALS. Saturday, Jan. 1!. Stmr Wninlcale, Campbell, from Kiiauea and lianaUi. Sohr Lihol'Jio from Iihaina. fctnir Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai. Sunday, Jan. L'O. Stmr Likoliko, Davids, fr.m Kahului. Stmr Mikahala, Frf-man, from Kauai. Stmr Junior Makio, Mamulay. from Ka paa. Stmr IVle, h'niythe, from llamakua. Stmr Lt iiua, Ciark. trom Hamukua. JSehr Kaalnkai from Kauai. Sihr Kawailani from koulau. ii:rAi:n;i:i:s. Sa n rday, Jan. I'i. Stmr Kilnuoa IIoii, Ciintruii, for llama kua, Hawaii, 4 j m. Stmr Kaala, I'ndorwuod, for Waianae ami Waialua at ! a m. Stmr J A Cummin, Neilson, for Koolau, 'J a m. Stmr Mokolii, Mc(r';,ror, for Molokai, o p in. fcitnir Janips Malice, Macaulav, for Ka paa, .) m. XAir Kawailani for Koolau. VeN4' in Port from Foreign Torts. lT S S Alert, J I) (Jraliam, Caliao, S A. U S S liolphin, Wilde, Mexico. II 11 M S llvanntli, Aelan.l, Tahiti. II II M S Cormorant, NicholN. Cruise. llkt Cuthona, (Siller, Victoria, H. (.'. Hk Kitl ikaua, I len.ler-on, Tahiti. Tern V ri 15owne, l'.luhm, S.i:i Francisco. Hk .Sonoma, (irilliths, San 1' ram i-eo. Unt lik Dun-core, lliml, Liverpool. Jirit yacht Nyanza, Hunt. South S Inland Kk Foret Queen, Winding, San Francisco. Kktnc Amelia, Newhall, Fort Tovn nd. Bk C O Whitmore, Ward, Departure Fav. Schr Robert Searles, Pittz, Fort F.lakehy. Fi:tnc 't Irwin. McCulloi h.San Francisco Bktne Skagit, Cutler, Fort Townen'l. Vessel Kxpecteil front Foreign 1'orts. Vfls. AYhtre from. Due. II B M S Conqueht.Chili Ian 10 Bk J D Brewer Boston 1 eb L'J Bk Ivv New York Dec lir Blc(i S Wilcox.... Bremen May -I Tern J C Ford San Felro Dec 2 1 Bg Consiielo San Franci.-co.J an 15 Am yacht Casco .. .Tahiti Dee I'A) Bkt S Wilder... San Francisco..! an 1 Bk Don Adolfo Newcastle Ian 31 SSchr Wm Kenton . .Newcastle Feb " Bkt M Winkelnian..San Francisco. Jan 31 Bk Jamaica Ha.-gov April L'f K M S S Zealandia . .San Francisco..! an I'.) Sh Paul lenbcrg. .. Glasgow ..May 4 be Fred F Sanders San r'ranciscoTan 14 Bgtne Consuelo. . . . San Francisco. Jan .HI Bk S C Allen Newcastle Ian L'ti Uk Wrestler .Newcastle Jan L'H BkCarn Tual Newcastle Ian 20 Bkt Robert Sudden . Newcastle Feb 1 Bk Victoria Newcastle Feb t-V Bktne Klikitat I'uget Sound . . J an 2f Bktne Planter San Francisco. 1-el) 1 Unity lleeeltrt of Trotluce Bag's BHKar. H.cn rice. Mis Ktnir Likelike.... 4'X0 tttmr Mikaliala. . 3.514 102 Stmr Waialeale . . 32xJ Ktmr Cuiiimins.. 1100 .... Htnir Kaala SCO Schr Kawailani f0 Kchr Fiholiho . . . 1700 .... JSttnr Mokolii 500 f:o 1'ASSKXClKliS. ARKIVAIS. From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Jan 20 Miss Bishop, Mrs F H Bishop, 11 F Glade, C Burlowitz, Fred 8 Lyman and wife, Misa E Fynian. M A (ionsalves, K L Auerbacli, Major JI 1'' Bertelmann, B cinith-WuAd son, A Delanux and son, Key Father Svlvestt r, Henry Dimond, 15 prisoners, and 22 dtcK passengers. From Waianae, )er stmr Kaala, Jan 10 C N Soencer, Mr Fllenberg and family, and 20 deek passengers. From Muni, per stmr Likelike. Jan 20 M V Holmes, A Fnos and wile, I) Fl dridge, I" Cockett, Mrs llodri'pies, A F Liuder, 10 jtrisoners, 1 insane, 2 police offi cers, and 2i deck passengers. siurriMti otj:s. The steamer Mokolii brought 100 sheep on Saturday. The barkentine Cuthona has received a new jibboom. The IT. S. S. Dolphin Avas receiving coal from the schooner Mary F. Foster on Sun day morning. The schooner Bosario sailed from Ka hului, Maui, on Saturday, January 10th, with sugar for San Francisco. The steamer Mikahala brought on Sun day 3,311 bags sugar. 102 bags rice, 1 horse, and 11 hides from Kauai and l."0 sheep from Niihau. The steamer AV. S. Hall leaves to-morrow morning for Maui ami Hawaii, and tbc steamer Kinau is due to-morrow after noon from windward ports. The bark Ferris S. Thompson is still un loading coal at Kahului, Maui, and is ex pected to finish sometime this week. She will load sugar for San Francisco. The steamer lakelike brought on Sun day morning from Maui 4,! CiO bns sugir, 1 horse, 110 bugs corn, and 100 packnges sun dries. She will sail to-morrow afternoon. The terns J. (. North and Bosalind both sailed from Kahului, Maui, on Wednes day .January 10th, with full cargoes of sugar for San Francisco. The former had ."o tons ami the latter 500 tons. SPECIAL, lit sim:ss hems. Kvcrythms new at Fishcl's. Drink Moxie at the " Flite." Horn's genuine Butter Scotch. Ladies' glace trim Cotton Shoes at Fishcl'3. Genuine Butter Scotch (Horn's) for coughs. Horn's Butter Scotch, the best lubricator for the throat. Milk Shakes at Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 23 Merchant Street. A most complete stock of Felt ami Straw Hats can be had at Fishcl's. Good goods, at low prices can always be found at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. Just opened, a line line of French Kid Shoes for ladies, misses and children, at Fishcl's. Ladies will do aycII by calling at Fishcl's and see his new stock of French Kid Shoes and Slippers. For stylish millinery go to Sachs' store. There you will always iind choice goods and latest styles. It has been proved by unanimous verdict that the San Jose Lager Beer on draught at the Boyal Saloon is the best. A more complete stock of Dress Goods, could not be displayed than that now ex hibited at Sachs' store, 101 Fort street. It comprises all the new shades, plaids and fancy striped goods. A fine assortment of childrens' dresses, infants' robes, infants' lace and silk caps, ami sash ribbons, at exceptional low prices, ft Sachs' store. Tenders for work on Palace Square close at noon to-cla H. B. M. S. Comjuost is hourly ex pected from the American coast. II. B. M. S. Ilvacinth will leavp for I Hongkong about the 7th of February. J. II. Robertson will appear in the Supreme Court for sentence this morn ing. As the Supreme Court sits in banco to-day and to-morrow, the jury's pres ence is not required until Wednesday. Mr. Levey's sale for mortgagee of (Inierihalgh'.s stock was Avell attended and continued in the evening of Saturday. Kails are laid to the soap works, and distributed a far as Liliha street, on the extension of the tramway north on King street. The barkentine S. G. Wilder was tele phoned off Diamond Head at 1' :15 this morning. She sailed after the steamer Australia. The steamer Zealandia for the Col onies is two days' late from San Fran cisco and unsignaled when this paper goes to press. It rained a little in town on Sunday morning, the afternoon was summerlike, hut lato in the evening squalls and showers prevailed. This is the meeting night of the Prince's Own, and officers will probably be elected. The Queen's Own is notified to meet for that business to-morrow evening. The entries on the Station house book from midnight on Saturday to half-past nine yesterday evening consist of one affray, two drunk and two violations of Sunday :yr. - The street cars were crowded all day yesterday. It is said that about eighty people in one case packed themselves on a car. Probably 3,000 people were carried during the day a very large number for a single street. Col. John Brash, editor of the Owl, asserts that W. II. Graenhalgh obtained oO.oO from sales of that paper, against w hich was a printing bill of $22, leaving a net debt of 44.50. As he is blind and in hospital, he appeals to his fellow creditors to recognize his claim. Upon enquiry it is ascertained that he gave his claim to a friend, who neglected to present it in Court. A letter has been received, designat ing very plainly the name of a lad, who is charged with behaving unseemly to ward passers-by, from a favorite perch of liis in the portico of the Y. M. C. A. building. For the sake of the lad's respectable connections the letter is withheld, but it is to be presumed the janitor of the building will take the hint and keep oil all hoodlums. A Boston paper says : " The students at the 'Harvard Annex for 18SS-1889 come from an unusually extensive range. There are three from Honolulu, ami others from San Francisco, St. Louis, Kentucky, Virginia, New York, Connecticut, etc." Two of the young ladies from Honolulu are Miss Ida, daughter of Dr. J. Mott Smith, and Miss Minnie, sister of Hon. W. A. Kinney. Perhaps some reader can state who the third is. THE PAPEU CHASE. Lively Kuniifng: and Racing Not Alto gether Itegular. The paper chase came off on Saturday afternoon according to announcement, although not in all points in accordance with regulations. Messrs. T. Lishman and E. Low, as the " hares," started off in good stylo from the Makiki square, scattering the bits of paper forming the trail or scent to be followed by the "hounds." The latter numbered over twenty riders, but some of the younger ones, if they knew, did not observe the rules. Instead of following the scent they struck across country by the roads, which made it rather a steeple chase than a paper chase and was, besides, not the fair thing for the quarry. However, the hares got away as stated. Ixw found before he got far that unfortunately his horse was not in sympathy with the sport. It became so iractious, indeed, that he was compelled to draw out of the game. Lishman con tinued and, notwithstanding the irregu lar hunt of some of the pursuers, lie eluded and distanced the whole field The route he took was by way of Bere tania to Punahou, thence across a lan tana patch and on to Captain Koss's ranch at Moiliilii, then away to the sand beach, and by way of Diamond Head to the finishing point at the Park Beach Hotel. Although about half of the "hounds" took the Government road to intercept the fleeing hare," he ended his career without being caught several minutes in advance of the leading eques trians. Time was about one hour. Among the party in pursuit were Capt. Dewar, K. A., and wife, of the yacht Nyanza, several ollicers of II. B. M. S. Cormorant and Hyacinth, and Messrs. Burchardt, of Kohala. Mrs. Dewar was the only lady in the chase, and she had to withdraw ow ing to hr horse not being trained to such an occasion. Two stone walls were taken by the pursued and the regulation pursuers. In spite of draw backs mentioned above, the paper chase was not altogether unsuccessful. It is an exciting novelty here that will bear repetition. Kerosene Oil. Very few people know the extent of the consumption of this article in the islands, and that it amounts to over one thousand cases.per week. It is only a short time since 10,000 cases were landed here, and it is reported that the remain ing stock is very small less than a thousand cases or one week's supply, of the legal standard loO deg. fine test. The bark Ivy with a large quantity on board is a month over due from New York, ami if she should not arrive soon, the city may have to pass into a total eclipse for awhile. Hand Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a concert this evening at Emma Square, commencing at 7:3 Following is the programme : 1. March Vienna Schild Overture Seniiramide Rossini Finale Tannhauser Wagner 4. 5. Selection Loceaccio .Supj e Palaoja. Kyn.i, Malu i ke An, Selection Dorothy (by request VCellier Fantasia Mill in the Forest. Filenberg W.il tz V iol e ts Wakl t eu f el 8. Galop Hermit Iiells Mmliart Hawaii Fonoi. Keport of the President ami Treasurer to the Stockholders List of Ofllcers for the Current Year. At the annual meeting of the Hawaii an Bell Telephone Company, held on the 12th mst., the following otQcers were elected for the ensuing year: Godfrey Brown, President and Treas urer. Cecil Brown, Vice-President. J. F. Brown, Secretary. ; L. T. Valentine, Auditor. John Cassidy, General Superintendent. Jas. Campbell, W. O. Smith and J. 1 Brown, Directors. The IVesident and Treasurer submitted the following report for the previous year : To the Stockholders of the Hawaiian Bell Telephone. Gkntlkmkn: Herewith I beg to sub mit a trial balance ot Dec. ol, which is an exhibit of the financial con dition of the Company as of that date. An inspection of "the books and ac counts will si iow that even at the present unpreceuentedly low rate of charge tor the use of instruments, a rate that was forced upon us, we have been able in the face of unwarrantable measures used to our injury, to maintain our service un impaired; and although during the year many subscribers of long standing were induced to leave the company, we have now recovered many of them, and com mence the new year nith the largest list of subscribers ever known in the annals of the Company. Mr. John Cassidy, our able Superin tendent, has by his indefatigable man agement and exertions contributed mo.-t largely to the success we now enjoy. The receipts for rentals for the year last past was And the expense of maintenance and repairs, and payment of wages and salaries of all em $'J,070 00 ployees, for the same period, was Leaving a surplus of receipts over running expenses of 1,201 31 This amount has been devoted to the purchase of material, principally instru ments, to meet the increased demand. It may be remarked that the receipts for rentals for the last quarter of 1883 exceed the largest quarterly collections since the reduction in rates took place. It is also ) very gratuying to be able to tate that on the 31st of December, 1SSS, the sum of $36 was all that remained unpaid of rentals due up to that date. In accordance with the sense of a meeting held April 21st, the capital stock of the Company was increased to $50,000, of which 55,000 has been issued. This with the $10,000 of original capital, makes $4.") ,000, leaving a sum of $5,000 still available, and the large balance heretofore standing to the credit of profit and loss has thus been reduced by the sum of $35,000. Kespectfully submitted, Godfrey Brown, Prest. and Treas. Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1SS0. Xew Yacht for Honolulu. The San Francisco Call has the follow ing item of some interest to our yachting fraternity : A new keel yacht is now ready for launching at Turner's ship-yard, Benioia. She is forty feet long, fourteen feet beam, and draws five feet. The yacht is being built for Judge Lorenzo Sawyer, and it is said his son will go to Tahiti in her. She is built strongly so as to be adapted for sea-work. The rig is that of a Bermu dian sloop. Another yacht of the same dimensions and precisely the same model is also being built by Turner, and when finished will be shipped on a ves sel's deck to Honolulu for a son of Mr. Irwin. Money to Loan. CjQX AftO TO LOAN, IN SUMS OF JJ?UCrV7 not less than $1,000 each, upon satisfactory sccuritv. W. "O. SMITH, Fort Street. Honolulu, Jan. IS, 189. l7-,?t Paris Exposition.. THE UNDEKSICNFD HAVING BH FN appointed to select a Set of Volcanic Specimens for the Paris Imposition, will be glad to receive at the Finance Othee such Specimens from those who mav desire to contribute. W. L. ('iBKFN. Jan. IS, 1SS0. 17 125 1-1 1 DItESSJIAKlXG. MRS. M. B. CAMPHELL HAS COMMENCED the liusinets of Dressmaking. Cutting and Fitting, at her resilience, N'o.7:i Brretauia street, opposite the Hotel. The patronage of the ladit-s is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction guaran teed. SS-tf 1213-ly HARRY'S LUNCH ROOMS, HOTEL STKEET. Open all Night! Meals at all Hours. Keeps the llest Coffee, Tea anil Choco late to be had in the City. Musli and Milk every morning-. A Change of Dinner Every Day! 103-tf News Aaencv Notice. T THE SOLICITATION OF MANY A patrons the undersigned lias taken charge of the New-paper Mail per Austra lia addressed to another party, and "-vill continue the Foreign Subscriptions and News Agency in connection with the Sta tionery and IJook business recently re sumed, lint while consenting to assist subscribers toward the re ularity of their supplies the undersigned is in no way re sponsible to complete or adjust untilled ! contracts. Parties desiring to continue their sup i plies will please call for same, or semi in their early orders. Subscribers on the other islands will report as early as possi ble so as to guide outgoing mail orders and avoid irregularities. 10-1 w l-'03-lt TIIOS. (J. TIIKFM. .January Term Mr. .Justice llickerton 1'rej.ldins;. Satckday, Jan. 19. The Kin: vs. F. Schmorl. Practising as a physician without a license. Tried before u foreign jury. Verdict of guilty returned, two jurors dissenting. De fendant is fined $100 and costs. V. Neu mann for defendant. Mr. Justice McCiilly presides in the afternoon, to hear continuation of the following divorce ease, partly tried by him at last term. A.M. Kahananui, w., vs. B. II. Ka- hananui, k. Petition for divorce. C. Creihton for plaintiff; A. Rosa, for de fendant. Unfinished when the Court adjourned at 4 p. rn. k nuinupcxaip m Absolutely Pure. l-'or qr.lcK raising, tbe Royal Baking Powder is superior to all other leavcniii!? auei'ts. It is ab solutely pure arid wholesome and of the highest leavening povrer. It is always uniform in strength and quality aud never falls to make light, sweet, ruost palatable and nutritive food, bread, biscuits, nnitlins, cake, etc., raised with Royal Hiking Powder may he eaten hot without distressing results to the most d-iicate digestive organs. It will keep in aay climate without deterioration. Prof. II. A. Mott, U. S. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baki ug powders of the country, reported: "The Kov.il H.vkiug Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it i n many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Hecause of tbe facilities that company have for obtaining peifeetly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Hoyal linking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Dr.. lJENUY A. MOTT. Yu. P.," 5 1221-ly U. S. Movernment Chemist. LOST! 0X WEDNESDAY MORNING, BE tween the Tramways olliee and the Plains, vi i Fort and King streets, a ladv's YELLOW SATCHEL, containing a black purse, bunch of keys, bills, etc. The tinder will be rewarded on leaving the article at Mr. Neumann's law office. 15 English ana German School MISS BOLTE HAS OPENED A Select English and German School for young children. She will also give instruction in French and German in classes, or in private lessons. Residence on the East side of Makiki street, opposite the Baseball grounds. 13-lw Masonic Notice. WV.WV.V.V.X OF TT A WATT AN Lodge holding Trustees' notes for monies advanced in lSf0for build ing the Masonic Hall will secure their pay ment by presenting them at Bishop fc Co.'s counter properly endorsed. JOHN H. RATY, 11-lw Chairman Board of Trustees. TO LET. I THE PREMISES ON KING ivi street, next door to the corner mZii ot Fort street, will he to let on the first dav of May next. Sy-Ternis liberal. Inquire of lo-.Hm HENRY WATERHOFSE. Dividend Notice. A DIVIDEND OF THREE DOLLARS per Share will be paid to the share holders of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga tion Co., (Limited), at their otlice on Wednesday, the Kith inst. J. ENA, l"-ot Secretary. jNTOTTCE. LI, rKKOvS -WITHOUT PFRMIT OTJ BUSI 1 ness are hereby forbidden to enter the long tleen Co. premises on Heretania street, known as the Chinese Church. Any person or persons found treepasmg on said premises will be prosecuted 'according to law. TONii 11EEN CO., per Sen Chonsr. Honolulu, Dec. CO, 1P88. ls5-lra JL. k. weir, TOULD RESPECTFULLY NOTIFY HIS 'rienJs and the public generally that he lii.s purchased the HlacksmitU and Carriage Bhop foru erly conducted by A. Morgan at Nos. T'J and si King street, where he is now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Pai nling and Trimming, Carriage and Heavy Wagon Work and General Rlacksmithing with promptness and dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 131-tf FOE RENT. THE FLEASANTLY LOCATED HOUSE and Premi-es, on the corner of King and Alapni streets, at present occupied mm X by Rev. E. ti. Beekwith. Possession given in January For terms apply rn:s apply to CHAS. M. COOSE. l7--tf Attorney for Mrs. H, E. Cooke. 0 Luso Hawaiiano. pF.OI'LE WILL FIND IT A J'ROFIT- able investment to advertise in this old, well-read and popular newspaper. O LUSO HAWAIIANO is read by every available reader there is amongst the" Portuguese-Hawaiian Colony, in both the Portu guese and Knrli-h languages, end has a large and increasing circulation abroad. yAdv rti-ements and orders may be left at the t.tliee over Mer.s. M. A. (ion salves ov Co.'s, Hotel street, or with Mr. C'has. Phillips, ueen street. 11-lw 181 WW x Notice of Copartnership. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING PFR chased the business of J. Green and the American Express Company, have con- solidated under the firm name of the HAWAIIAN TRANSFER COMPANY, and are prepared to carry on the Praying and Express business of all kinds. tyTelephone office at No. 75 Kintr St.. next door to Robt. More's. IJell ItiO Telephones Mutual 5G5. GrA kinds cf carting faithfully and promptly attended to: furniture removed i and carefully handled; always on hand on arrival oi steamers. If you want a wagon or dray von will find it to your advantage to rim un either of our telephones. J. W. Mi'c.FIRE, Hawaiian Almanac anil Annual FOR 1889. The Largest and Best Nfmper YtT ! CONTAINING : Information for handy reference relating to Hawaii-nei that makes it a necessity in the Home. Office, Library, or Tourist's satchel, and the most reliable and satis factory publication to send abroad. I'rice 50ct. per Copy; or GOets. mailed to any address, foreign; S"" Orders from the other islands or abroad, which should be accompanied by a remittance to save time and unnecessary expense, will receive prompt attention. Address: TIIOS. G. THRUM, Compiler and Publisher. 1252-2t 6-lw Underwriters' Not i ee. "VX r n EH EA S . A NUMBER OF FIRES HAVING lately occurred in buildings vacant and unoccupied, the Board of Underwriters deem it their duty to call attention of policy holders in these Islands to the clauses contained in the polic, the substance of which reads as follows: "So liability shall exist under this policy for loss on any vacant or unoccupied buildings, un less consent for such vacancy or non-occupancy be hereon endorsed; provided, that dwellings may remain vacant not exceeding ten days without such endorsement." We therefore recommend the observance of the above condition of insurance. By order of the Board of Underwriters. F. A. SCHAKFKR, C. O. BERGER, President. Secretary. Honolulu, Dec. 18, 1S88. 180 1250-lm MULES! TO ARRICE EX. BKTNE. "FOREST QUEEN" now on the way, 30 HEAD LARGE YOUNG MULES. Also a FEW HOKSKS. All specially selected for this Market and For Sale at Lowest Market Kates. For further particulars, Apply to E. It. MILES, Ilaw'n Hotel Stahles. Honolulu, H. I. wl2o0-lm dl8-12t Devoted to "the Encouragement of AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING and INDUS TRIAL PURSUITS GENERALLY, And more especially to tbe develop ment and perfection of Cultivation of Cane and the MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR. This popular journal has entered on its eighth volume, and having been Enlarged to 13 Pages Monthly, makes a yearly volume of nearly 600 pages, devoted to the agricul tural and commercial prosperity of the Hawaiian Islands. The attention of the business men of Honolulu and of all persons engaged in industrial pursuits is called to this ier iodical as a medium for Advertising & Information i -wi.;., v 1.;.1 ; rn nil.a ..n'K- i t lication, here or abroad. XSmTvz price of subscription is very low Two Dollars and a Half (.2.50) per annum, or $3.00 when mailed abroad. A few copies of bound volumes of the years 18S0 and 1SS7 can bo obtained: H-00 each. Address : 11. M. WHITNEY, Editor Planters' Monthly, 1G 1254-3m Honolulu, II. I. The Planks' Monthly Pioneer Shirt Factory, of Honolulu. ISTo. IT Emma Street. o Th undersigned b: to Inform the public of thes islands that h ii making Shlrta bj measurement. Directions for self-iEeurement will b given on application. White Shirts, Over Shirts and Night Gowns. A fit guaranteed by making a sample Shirt to every order. Island orders scUcited. O Hell Telephone 410. GEO. AY. LINCOLN, THE WKLL-KNOWN ItUILDEK, IS STILL IN THE FIELD AS A CON 11 tractor, and is now better prepared to do any ami all kinds of work appertaining to contracting or any other class of work belonging to his trade, in the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore; having curtailed my shop expenses and still retain plenty of room to do any and all kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that may be entrusted to my care. 1 am enabled to do the same at very low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at tho same timo bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all is worth doing well. Thanking the public for past favors, 1 remain respectfully vours, Co GEO. "W. LINCOLN. "W YETH'S LIQUID MALT EXTEACT Contains all the nutritive virtues of the best Malt Liquors while it is THEE from all stimulating elfeets. jsOT .A. BEVERAGE. The following analysis tho proportion of alcohol in the Malt Extract as Com pared with Malt Liquors: Aicobd. j Ej';" W.tn. English siwall beer 3.2 2.4 91.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.8 2.8 94.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 15.0 82.4i The Manufacturers, Messrs. Jno. Wyetii & Bro., Phil., have appointed BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, l-3m B.F.EHLERS & Co., -Just Itecelved EUROPEAN HOLIDAY GOODS Also, Complete Stocks i-tr NOTICE OE gjST MR. EHRLICII begs to inform his numerous patrons and the public in general, that the "TEMPLE OF FASHION " is moving to the CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS, and will be in order for business ON SATURDAY MORNING, December 2i, 1888. fOKGANIZi;i 18GO.J The Manhattan Life ol TSTew t2T Assets over 8 ll.OOO.OOO. -o- POSITIVE RESULTS Uf a Policy in the Manhattan Life on the New Plan. Age, 30; amount of Policy, $10,000; term, 20 years. The Annual Premium will be , 8 3Q1 8Q The 20 payments will amount to C.036 OO At the end of that time the Company will return to the holder In cash.... 5,UO OO Thus the flO.OCO Insurance will have teen eecured at the net cost for 20 years of only 336 OO or Jl.GH for $1,000 Insurance ier year, or If the Cash he not drawn the I'olicy will become paid up for 10,050 OO Thee results are not estimated, but are fixed in a Positive Contract, the full face of the Policy meanwhile being payable in the event of the death of the assured. There is no forfeiture of payments on discontinuance of policy after three years, a Cash or Paid up Value being Guaranteed by the Terms of the New York Law. For examples at other ages, and also on the 10 and 15 years' plans, write or apply at the Office of the Agent. NOTE The Manhattan's is the simplest form of policy in existence, and Incon testable after 5 years, this feature having been originated and adopted by this Company over '20 years ago. JOI-EST Jr. PATY. iJcct. SO-tf 123o-tf JSI. MELLIS- 104 SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAW'N ISLANDS. a Full Line of- TOIS, DOLLS, AND in Every Department. EEMOYAL! Insurance Company "york. 3T Net Surplus over S3, 000,000.