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UERC1AL ADVERTISER, MARCH 22. 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
Leave Honolulu....... 10:00
Arrive Manana 9:4
Leave Manana 1 1 :00
Arrive Honolulu 11:48
Leave Honolulu . . , . 9 :30 12 :30
Arrive Manana 10:18 1:1H
Leave Manana 11:00 1:43
Arrive Honolulu . . . 11 :48 ' 2 :3i
PORT OF HONOLULU. H. L
Tides, San and Moon.
BY, O. I. X.TOKI.
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a.m. p tn p.m. a.m. a.m.
Hon.... 17 1.00 0.40 A.40 7.20 8.07 6.10 3.54
Tuea... 18 1.50 1.40 7.40 8.10 6.08 6.11 4.45
Wed.A. 19 3.00 2.40 8.60 9.10 6.05 6.11 5.31
Thar... 20 4.00 3.45 10.00 10.00 6.04 6.11 6.23
Frt...... 21 5.00 4.60 11.30 11.20 6.03 6.12 7.26
Sat.... 22 6.50 6.30 0.00 0.10 6.02 6.12 8.24
Baa.... 2i 6.30 6. 10 0.30 1.00 6.01 6.12 9.20
Th whittle of the Honolulu Steam Planing
Ulll la blown daily by electric signal froci the
Surrey office praclaaly at Honolulu mean noon.
It aoanda again at 28 mill. 33 aee. past 1 o'clock
p. m. of Honolulu mean time, to correspond
with 12b. 0m. 0. as given by chronometers set
for OreeBwicn mean time. Tnla last is especi
ally for the benefit of mariners and Jeweler.
8H1PPINU INTELLIGENCE. '
Friday, Mar. 21.
Stmr Kaala, Ha gland, from Kapaa,
Schr Mary E Foster from Hawaii.
Friday, Mar. 21.
8tmr Kinau. Lorenzen. for Lahaina,
Maalaea, Makena, Mahukona, Kawaihae,
Launahoeboe. reueeaeo. unoinea, sua
Stmr Pele. Smythe, for Lahaina, Ku
kuihaele and Knkaiau.
Stnir C K Bishop, Le Claire, for Waia
nae, Waialua, Mokuleia and Koolau.
Schr Kaalokai for Waimea, Kauai.
VK8SKLS tEAVING TO-DAY.
chr Liholiho for Waimea.
.Schr Mille Morris for Koolau.
VESSELS IN PORT.
TJ 8 S Nipsic, Lyons, Maul.
J u u WVUU1III WVKU.Wt. , u . v i .......
H B M 8 Charapion.St. Claire, from cruise
Ambktne lrragard, 1'aui, fort rownsena.
Shin Deanfield. Irvine. Liverpool.
Am bktne 8 Q Wilder. Griffith, San Fran.
Am bktne Mary Winkelman, Dyreborg,
.Haw bk W B Oo4frey, Dabel, S Francisco.
1 Am bk B F Hunt, Pritchard. Newcastle.
Bk Ferris 8 Thompson. Oatter, 8 Francisco.
Am bark Discovery, McNeil, 8. Francisco.
Bk C O Wuitmore, Ward, Departure Bay.
Bk Sonoma. Lee, Callao.
Am bgtne W O Irwin.McCulloch, S F.
Bkt 8N Castle. Hubbard. San Francisco.
Ilk Enoch Talbot. Rhodes. Port Townsend.
Bktne 8 N Castle, Hubbard. San Francisco
Schr Mary Dodge, Gallop, Humboldt.
Schr Robert Searles, Piltz, Newcastle.NSW
Bk Jas A Cheston. Plumb. Port Ludlow.
Tern Oceana Vance, Anderson, Newcastle,
Bk Alden Besse, Howard, San Francisco.
' ' VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vuitt, Whr fwira I)n.
tJW T T llraisar 1tntnn A nr 90
J mf . . WW ... wrm r
Ship Borrowdale . . . Liverpool ....... Apr 15
Bk Velocity Hongkong Mar 15
Bk Adonis... .....Bremen...... .... .
Bk P lsenberg. . . New York.
Bk Faust ..... . . .New York.
Schr F E Sanders. Pugct 8ound
Bk Matilda ...Puget Sound.....
Schr Root Lowers. Puget Sound. ....
Bk O N Wilcox.... San Francisco...
Bk Ceylon ....... . .San Francisco ...
Be Courtney Ford.San Francisco . . .
Schr Allen A..... .Humboldt.
Schr Reporter ..... Pacet Sound ... .
bh VmU 'Vntret Snnnrl
8 8 Belgic... .... .Ban Francisco... Mar 29
8 a Yamasniro Juaru...xoKonama..juar m
For Maui and Hawaii, ner stmr Kinau.
Mar 21 For Volcano: Capt Ellis. Miss
Vli; T W rorrill anrt wifo J S Mr
rill, 7 W Whiting, Miss Sweet, J K
Wilder, and O P Button. For way
ports: Mrs J Corwin, Mrs J W Whit
ing. Miss Wight. W Saffery and fam-
liy, Airs J ,T i ikui. u j iuuipu.
Cubbin. Mrs White. Bishop Willis, Miss
Richardson, Jos Davignon, J Hind, Father
Leonore, J Wright, Bro Bertram, r May,
and 50 deck.
The bark Velocity is 70 days but from
Honekong to this port.
The brigantine W. O. Irwin will com
mence receiving sugar in a few days.
The U. S. S. Nipsic will probably leave
Sunday evening or Monday morning for
I T?l m : . .
' Tha hark W. Tt. OofrpT and the bark C.
O. Whitmore are at the P. M. 8. 8. wharf
The Oceania Vance has been moved
i' ATVlU Ml. Oil w bUO UCiauauV WW LA.i Kl
he is discharging her 640 tons of coal.
The James Cheston and the Mary Dodge
have finished discharging their deck load
of lumber and have commenced from the
The Mary Winkelman received Friday
2,505 bags sugar from the steamer Kaala
mnA th Mrv K. Foster. The Winkelman
will leave for San Francisco next Monday
CUKHA In Honolulu, March 21st, An
ivi fv r.nnS. florist. Rrpd 55 years.
FnnprAl from the Roman Catholic
Cathedral this (Saturday) morning at 10
o cIock. f riends ana acquainiauces are
respeciluuy inviieu w auenu.
' Supreme Court At Chambers.
BEFORE HIS HONOR JCSTICK BICKERTOX.
Friday. March 21.
In re estate of John McColgan. De
ceased . Petition of James F. Morgan
for probate of will . and letters testamen
tary. .The Court admits the will to pro
bate and orders that letters testamentary
issue to James F. Morgan. F. M. Hatch
g BABOM. ITHKBMO. 2 3 ?
9an. 9 29.84 29.79 70 80 0.00 78, 4 w sw
Mon 10 29.92 29.89 65 80 0. 00 71 4 w aw 3
Tue 11 30.0. 29.9: 60 79 O.OO 73 9 Xtoa 3
Wed 12 30.06 29-99 88 Ti 0.33 8U 10 HK 3
Thur 13 30.02 ff.9S 66 76 1.90 M 4 k toe 2
Fri.. 14 29.93 29.81' 70 W) 0.04 . Sl aw 2
8at.. 15 29.89 29.82 68 Xi 0.00 79 91 H 2
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Minstrel show to-night.
Bishop Willis left for KnhW on the
Kinau yesterday. '
The Kine will attend tho Minstrel
entertainment this evening.
There will be union service at Kauma-
kapili church Sunday evening at 7:30
A native named Peni from Maunaloa,
wa yesterday committed to the Insane
The Hawaiian Band gives its usual
concert at Emma Square this afternoon
at 4 :30 o'clock.
The Hawaiian Band serenaded His Ex.
Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
at his residence Friday morning.
The services of the second con ere na
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral on bun
day are at 11 :15 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Bear in mind that on Monday next at
noon, there will be an important sale of
Crown Land leases at Mr. L. J. Levey's
An immense number of people list
ened with pleasure to a concert by the
Hawaiian Hand at Queen .bwena Hall
grounds last evening.
It you want to see some fun and have
a trood laugh, go to H.B.M.S.Champion's
Minstrel troupe entertainment at the
Opera House to-night.
A slice of very nice wedding cake with
the compliments of Mr. and Mrs. James
McQueen was received at this office yes
terday. Many thanks.
On Tuesday ther 25th. there will be a
quarterly meeting of the Trustees of the
Queen's Hospital at 10 a. m. at the
Chamber of Commerce.
The whaling brigantine Frances H.
Barstow cleared for the Arctic yesterday
afternoon. Eleven of her men deserted
just before she left the wharf.
There will be services the in Norwe
gian language by Pastor Lauri to Carlsen
from Minnesota, in the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, on Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 7:30
o'clock p. it.
The literary and musical social in the
parlors of the Central Union Church last
evening was very well attended, and was
a indBt pleasant affair. Nice refreshments
The principal characters in the
Mikado will have a rehearsal this even
ing with Mr. J. F. Brown. On Tuesday
evening the whole company will re
hearse m the Opera House.
An important statement appears else
where respecting Hall's Safe and Lock
Company of which T. W. Hobron is
agent in these islands. The safes manu
factured by this company need no puffing
Mr. Mort Oat was not long in town be
fore he struck "oil." On April 1st he
assumes the duties of clerk to the Mar
shal, which Mr. S. F. Graham vacates
March 31st. The latter has plenty to do
in the management of the Club stables.
" A ' pair of grey horses attached to a
heavy dray, belonging to Hustace &
Robertson, ran away yesterday morning
from the old Custom house wharf, but
were ! stopped before any damage other
than the spilling of freight, had been
done. . - - '
There was quite a lively scene at the
departure of the Kinau yesterday after
noon. A number of visitors from the
States were en route to the Volcano and
the most of them were decorated with
leis. The vessel left her dock shortly
after 2 o'clock with a full cargo of freight.
The Hawaiian Hardware Company
have got a very useful article for sale. It
is called the Solomon Grundy handy
nail box, and contains an assortment of
steel 'wire nails, staples, tacks, etc.
Nothing could be handier for ail kinds of
tinkering and repairing around the
On March 31st Mr. Arthur P. Peterson
retires from the office of Deputy Attorney
General, which position he has held with
much credit. He will be succeeded by
Mr. Charles Creighton, now Deputy
Marshal. Mr. Peterson is going to re
open his office and resume the practice
of law on his own account.
Messrs. James B. Castle and J. N. S.
Williams have been appointed members
of the Board of Immigration in place of
Messrs. J. S. Walker and J. L. Kaulu-
kou, resigned. The Board now consists
of His Ex. L. A. Thurston, President:
Hons. A .S .Cleghorn and J. B. Atherton,
Messrs. J. B. Castle and J.N.S. Williams.
An tone G. Cunha the well-known
florist, died yesterday at his residence
School street, after an illness of several
months, aged 55 years. The deceased
came to the islands in 1859, and was held
in much respect. He leaves a widow,
three daughters and a son. The funeral
takes place this morning at 10 o clock
from the Roman Catholic Cathedral.
The Irmjcard A Presentation.
Yesterday afternoon, Mr. F. A.
Schaefer with his daughter, Miss Irm
gard Schaefer, visited the fine American
barkentine Irmgard, named after the
above young lady. They met the jovial
and popular commander Capt. A. H.
Paul on board, when Miss Schaefer pre
sented him with a photograph of herself
inclosed in an oak and oxodized silver
frame. It is to be hung in a prominent
place in the cabin. Capt. Griffiths of the
5. G. Wilder was also on board at the
time. The Irmgard is a beautifully-fitted
up vessel, her cabin accommodations
being superior. When she arrives in
San Francisco an entirely new get of
elegant furniture will be placed in her
cabin. It must be a pleasure and a com
fort to travel on such a vessel. The Irm
gard is now loading sugar and will leave
next week for San Francisco.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a
concert this (Saturday) afternoon at 4 :30
o'clock, at Emma square. Following is
the programme :
1. March Carry Arms Lehnhardt
2. Overture Romantic Bela
3. Polka Stephanie Fah rbach
4. Selection Minamoto (by request). .
5 Fantasia Vert Vert ..Offenbach
6. Walt Danube Waves Ivanoyici
rpHE ADVERTISER IS THE
JL leading daily paper of the Kingdom
v, . m mmmm
Two Construction Trains Coltldo on tbo
0!i 1111 way No One Seriously
An accident occurred yesterday on tho
Oahu Railway Company's line, which,
fortunately, was not attended with any
serious results. The instructions given
to those in charge of both passenger and
construction trains were to use every pre
caution. Particularly were Ihosie in
charge of the construction trains i-
structed a to the rounding of curves.
Some distance before arriving at a cunt
it is the custom for a brakeaman t yt-1
off the train, run ahead and signal wim
a fl ig. The bcene of the accident yester
day was the deep cut jelled Cape Horn,
near Halawa. Two const luclion traiim
were on tl.e line. One had gone after
water, and tuotw in charge of the other
one, feeling sure that aorne time would
rlapoe lefore it got back, concluded to
move on, Tha watet train, as it may ho
called, got through quicker than was ex
pected, moved on, and thoso in charge
tailing to show the tlag, the consequence
was a collision occurred. One man put on
the brakes and then juuiMd off. He was
taken to the honpital, but is not sup
posed to be seriously hurt. Superinten
dent Ashley was on one of the trains on
business, and seeing what was going to
happen, jumped off, and in o doing, his
knee struck a stone and was cut some
what. No one else was hurt, and not
much damage waa done. .
Cectkal. Union Church .Services
with preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
St. Andrew's Cathedral. First
Congregation Holy Communion at 6:30
a. if. - Morning prayer at 9:30 a. m.
Evensong at G p. m. Sunday School at
11:15 a. m. Second Congregation
Morning prayer with sermon at 11:15
a. m. Evening prayer with sermon at
7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Kawaiahao Church Services in Ha
waiian at 11 a. m. Sunday Scliool at
10 a. m.
Kaumakapili Church. Services in
Hawaiian at 10 :30 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
Sunday School at 9 :30 a. m.
Roman Catholic Cathedral. Ser
vices at 10 a. m. and 4 :30 p. m.
To-night m Entertainment.
H. B. M. S. Champion's-Minstrel
troupe give their eiCtertainment this
evening at the Hawaiian Opera House,
for the benefit of ' the British Benevolent
Society. Quite a number of tickets have
been sold and there is every indication
of a full house. The programme pub
lished by us in Wednesday's issue, is
composed of songs, stump speeches, reci
tations, banjo solos, and a farce. There
will be a boxing match, and single stick
bout, also naval sword exercise. It is a
varied programme and one that should
please. The box plan for the sale of re
served seats is now open at L. J. Levey's
office. : i ;
There is every probability of four clubs
being in the Hawaii Baseball League
this season. The Hawaiis have a meet
ing this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the office
of the Hon. A. Rosa, Kaahumanu street.
The Kamuhamehas have been practising
for some time, and the Honolulu and
Star teams are now at work. What with
the wet weather and the cold they have
been hindered considerable in their prac
tice. The Hawaiis as yet have net done
any practising. It is doubtful if the sea
son opens April 1st as intended, how
ever, this matter will have to be decided
by the League when it meets. i
Police Court. '
Friday, March 21.
Two drunks forfeited bail of $6 and one
A nolle pros, was entered against
three Chinese charged with having
opium unlawfully in possession, and
Beven others were found not guilty pi the
same offense and discharged.
& Lock Ca
Their Bid Accepted by the U.S. Gov
eminent Over Bids of Other
Following were the bids for vault-lining
and doors in the (J. S. Mnrr Building, at
Bidders. Amt. Time.
Diebold Safe & Lock Co. $21,850 00 8 mos.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co. 25.936 00 9 mos.
Macneal & Urban 25,312 00 8 mos.
Charles Waltz 29,000 00 6 mos.
This selection by the U. S. Government
shows the merits of Hall's Sate & Lock
T. W. HOBRON,
69-6t Agent for Hawn. Islands.
Pianos For Rent.
PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER
from $4.00 to $7.00 per month.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS
FURNITURE FOR SHE.
THE FURNITURE OF SIX
rooms, almost new, for sale. Ad
dress S, Advertiser Omce.
Union Iron Works Co.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the subscribers to the
capital stock of the above named Company
held in Honolulu, H. 1.. March 6, 1890. it
was voted to accept the Charter of Corpor
ation dated March 1, 1890, for the term of
fifty years, granted by the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. The liability of the stockholders
is limited to the amount due and unpaid
on the shares held. The following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
J. N. S. Williams President
Robert More .... Secretary & Treasurer
Auditor A. J. Cartwright
The above named officers also constiutte
a Board of Directors.
56-lm Secretary and Treasurer.
r ' 1
BY I J. LEVEY.
i OUT AND QUEEN STS.
Auction Sale of
Cum Laid Leases !
hf order of the Commissioner of Croau Lands,
k. V . . .II t . m
mo LcBvn oi me loiiowing unas tor
Term of Twenty Years
Will be o)dat Public Apclion. at the Auc
tion Rooms of L. i. Levey, Honoala.
ON MONDAY, HAR. 24
AT IS O'CLOCK NOONI.
IThe Fiehiiond known a Poohala. sitnate
st Wsikele. District of Ews. Osbti. together
ith a vtrtp of land 550 feet wide borderin
along ssid Fiebpond. Area 29 Acres, subject
to rtebt or wsy granted to Oahn K. fc L, Co.
Upet Price $150 per aanam.
2 -All of the Kola Land adjoining the above
Ki eh pond and running np to the Government
Road to Waianae. containing 43 Acres. Unset
fl per annnm.
3 The Land known as Mskawai. and situ
ate at Koolaupoko. Oahu, exceptiug the
tice lands and a small portion ot tbe knla.
tiaod rasing land and well watered. Area liii
Acres more or less, upset 52a) per annum.
4 The Ahupnaaof Honokawai.in Kaanapali,
Maui, except the taro lands and 5 lots of knla
laud by survey 20 42-100. Principally gracing
land, and comprises an area of XiuQ Acres more
or less.' Upset f iWO per annum. J - . , .
- . it. . i :
5 The Ahnpuaa of Wahfkul! or Mala, sitnate
in Lahaina, Maui. Grazing Land. Area 2807
Acres. Upset $200 per annum.
The Lease of the Lands Honokawal and Wahi
kuli, will be sold subject to J Ktpinda's leases
which expire January 1, 182, and February 1,
1893. respectively. It is required that parties
purchasing tbe Lease of the said Lands, will
not later than 12 months after the oxpiration of
the present leases, remove all Cattie, tioats and
Animals from the woods, and during the re
mainder of the new Lease keep the forest free
of all Cattle and Animals of all kinds.
Maps of all the above Lands mav be
seen ana particulars oDtainea upon application
to the Agent of Crown Lands, Atiiolanf Hale.
CURTIS P. IAUTXEA,
12t- 6d4dtl3- Agent ofCrown Lands.
DR. GEO. P. ANDREWS,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE CORNER
King and Alapai Streets. 63-6t
Book, Sews and Stationery Store
106 FOKT STliEET.
Sole Agent for the
Merritt Type! .Writer.
An Instrument which has no equal for
the money price $17.50. Circulars for
warded on application.
Webster's Dictionary for. ........ - 30c
120 Sheets good ruled Note Paper. 30c
One Quire Paper and Envelopes to
match. Linen finish, put up in
neat box for , 40c
Fancy Paper Dusters, for fine fur
niture, only. .......... 25c
Bicycles rubber tyres from. . . . . .$22.50
Wagons, Velocipedes, - ;
Dolls, Dolls I
0""0rders for Bookbi: ding prompt
ly aitenaea to -
Full lines of Presentation Books.
Full sets of Dickens' Works (15 vols.)
Douna in ciotn for $io
THUS. G THRUM,
Notice to Shippers.
OB THE MORE SATISFACTORY
accommodation of our patrons we bee
to suggest 10 inem mat in cases where
drays are required for shipping goods to
out-going steamers and coasters, or in any
case where required, at 1 o'clock sharp of
tbe day, they will find that by ringing up
Mutual Telephone No. 289, between 12:15
ana 12:43 in the noon hour that Mr.
Hewe'twill be there in person to receive
nil orders, and our friends will thereby
greatly facilitate business to the better sat
isfaction of all concerned. - ..
17-3m HUSTACE & ROBERTSON.
Firewood For Sale,
HARD OR SOFT, AT THE HAWAII
an Commercial Salesrooms. 40-tf
1J0TIC3 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
A' Mr. Chack Tong has full power of at
torney to sign our firm name.
WING WO TAI & CO.
Honolulu, March 13, 1890. 1314 62-3t
Notice to Creditors!
THE UNDERSIGNED IIAV
ing been duly appointed Administrator of
the Estate of ALAN A alias CHEN LANG,
deceased (senior partner in the firm of Tam Yan
St Co.). Mskfcwao. in the Island of Maui. Notice
is hereby given to sil persons to present their
claims against the said estate dcly authenti
cated whether secured by mortgage or other
wise to the undersign d at his office in Maka
wao. in the Island of Maul, within six months
from the date hereof, or they will be forever
barred, and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are hereby requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
L. A. ANDREWS.
Administrator Estate of Alana alias Chen Lane,
Dated MakawaoMani. March 1. 1890. 1312-Ct
Notice to Creditors.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAV
ing been dn'y appointed Executrix of tho
Estate of JOSE TEIXEIRA MACHADO
LOPER, late of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, de
ceased: Notice is hereby given to all persons to
present their claims against the estate of said
Jose Teixeira Machado Loper. deceased, duly
authenticated, whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise to the undersigned, at the office of J.
M. Camara, Jr., Spreckels' Block. Room No. 10,
Fort street, in the city of Honolulu, Island of
Oahu.' within six months from date hereof or
they will be forever Tiarred. and all persons in
debted to said estate are hereby requested to
make immediate payment to the undersigned.
ANNA LUIZA MACHAD X MENDONCA,
Executrix Estate of Jose Teixeira Machado
Signed in presence of J. M. Camara, Jr.
Dated Honolulu. March 7, 1890, 1313-5t
For Yokohama & Hongkong
The At Steamship
" Yainashiro Mara"
Will leave Honolulu for the above ports
on or about
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin and steerage accommodations, apply
Win. G. Irwiu & 0.,
JOHN ASH DOWN,
Of San Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe and Reed Organ
TUNER AND REPAIRER.
Having worked in some of the largest
piano and organ factories in the United
States of America, I am fully able and pre
pared to do all kinds of repair work in the
most satisfactory manner.
Orders can be left at H. F. Whit
man's Jewelry store. Fort street, at the
Advertiser office, or through Mutual Tele
phone No. 347. 67-1 m
EGGS FOR SETTING
bred White Faced
Black Spanish and
Brown Leghorn Hens.
Orders taken for all
kinds : of Thorough
br..l Poultry from the yards of one of. the
largest and best Breeders on the Pacific
Coast. Apply to i
S. P. SIMONDS,
1308 34-3 m 182 King Street.
AT A MEETING OF . THE STOCK
holders of the Reciprocity Sugar Co.
held this day. the following named officers
were elected for the ensuing year :
W. O. Smith President
W. H. Cummings Vice-President
J. S. Walker Treasurer
W. R. Castle Secretary
T. W. Hobron.... Auditor
All of whom reside in Honolulu.
The above named officers were also
elected a Board of Directors of the Com
pany. W. R. CASTLE,
Honolulu, March 18. 1899. 1315-2t 67-3t
Notice to Sliippeiu
I?OR THE MORK s ATifcPArrrrmv
L accommndatinn nf nnr rmfrnno o?o Hoc?
to suggest to them that in cases where
urojB jnrv requireu lor snipping gooas to
out eoincr steamer and cnRstprs nr in nv
case where required, at 1 o'clock sharp of
K 11 I 1U.1 I : :
iuc uoj , mcjr wui uuu uiai uv nuging up
Mutual Telephone 565 or Bell Telephone
aw Deiween me nours 01 i A. M. and D TM
their wants will be promptly attended to
which will thereby greatly facilitate busi
ness to the better satisfaction of all con
21-3m HAWAIIAN TRANSFER CO.
NEW Y()ftK LINE.
AN Al VESSEL WI LL
diSDatched for Knnnlnln tn
sail from New York in all tbe
month of April. Orders for
crnoda tn hn fthinruwl hv this
Vessel should be forwarded as onrltr nna.
sible to insure shipment. For further par
ticulars inquire 01 the Agents.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Honolulu, H. I.,
Or W. H. CROSSMAN & BROS.,
77 and 79 Broad Street,
45-2m New York City.
property formerly known as the
" Rnnmlov " situafH nn r.iltho S!
near Judd St.- Alterations and repairs to
building will be made to suit tenant. Lo
cation healthful and sufficiently elevated
to command a view of tbe city and harbor.
For terms, etc. , enquire of
54-lm j J. EMMELUTH.
HAVING BOUGHT OUT MR. W. H.
Page in the Honolulu Carriage Manu
factory, at 128 Fort Street, I am prepared
to continue the above business under the
old name of Honolulu Carriage Manufac
tory, and being an old experienced carriage
builder I solicit the patronage of my old
friends and the public in general, and with
my thorough knowledge of the business
and with experienced workmen and using
only the best material 1 guarantee general
satisfaction. Please call and see me before
(Signed) GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. 28. 1889. 103-tf
.Reward of 500.
WHEREAS, AT OR ABOUT TWO
o'clock on the morning of the 28th of
February, 1890, Mr. Kg Ngong of tbe firm
of Kwong Lee Yuen Co., was seriously
wounded with a knife or other sharp in
strument by a certain person who felon
iously broke and entered into the dwelling
house of the said Ng Ngong in the rear of
the premises ot tbe said Kwong Lee Yuen
Co. on Maunakea street, Honolulu, H.I.
Notice is hereby given that a reward of
Five Hundred Dollars ($500) will be paid
by the United Chinese Society to any per
son or persons who will give information
to the Police which will lead to the appre
hension and conviction of the gniltv party.
Per Order. YIM VlUON,
Secretary Fnited Chinese Society.
Honolulu, March 5, 1890. 54-lm
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