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DAILY PACIFIC! COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER APRIL 2, 1890.
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The Mikado Company rehearses every
this week, except Friday.
The steamer Yamashiro Maru-is due
from Yokohama with Japanese.
Mr. Arthur P. Peterson has been ap
pointed a Notary Public for the First
Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
Twenty minutes service of prayer,
praise anu meditation at fet. Andrew's
Cathedral at noon to-day, in charge of
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
hftta Honolulu Steam
S by electric s gnal
,niu? Y at Honolulu mean noon,
precisely at at , rtvinfc
i'M b time, to correspond
Hjbo""- 7, ea by chronometers sei
. ui time im w if uv"
"ffriners and jewelers.
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The regular monthly meetings of
Engine Companies No. 1 and 2 and
Hook and Ladder Company will be held
this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
The time of the funeral of the late M.
Pico at the Roman Catholic Cathedral
has been changed from 7 o'clock this
morning to 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
Business of importance will be brought
up at the regular monthly meeting of the
Honolulu Anon bociety this evening at
7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is re
The Hawaiian Gazette was published
yesterday, and everyone who desires
friends abroad to obtain a complete re
sume of local and island news, should
send a copy on the outgoing mail.
Easter opening of choice millinery takes
place to-day and balance of the week at
bachs' store, 104 Jbort street. Ladies
should not miss this opportunity-of see
ing the latest styles and new novelties
for head gear.
Rev. Daniel C.Greene, D.D.,andMrs.
Greene of Tokio Japan, wrere through
passengers on the lielgic to Yokohama.
Dr. Greene is one of the oldest mission
aries now in the field in Japan, having
begun labor there in 18G9.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
The Schedule Arranged for the Season
Stars and Honolulus Play the First
- Game Prizes Offered. -
A meeting of the Hawaii Baseball
League was held Monday afternoon at
THE LEPROSY QUESTION .
Bush-TVilcox Method of
With the Matter.
Mr. Bush's usual method of attack on
the Reform Party is to "cuss " the;"mis
sionaries " and rave about rascality, in-
under we publish a sample of this
method of procedure :
' The Lepers."
Translation from the " Ka Leo," referred
to in Dr. Lutz's letter.
" If it is true that medicine has been
denied Dr. Lutz, that new German doc-
wG Sha?iber f ?ommerce room Hon- competence, etc., on general principles
y. F. Allen, President, in the chair, without descending to specifications.
uDO prebeni were Messrs. Jas. G. Once in a while, however, he ventures
ST oecreiary J u- M- Whitney, Jr., out of his ambush and makes a specific
u . vieson, j . w . winter, Hay VV ode- charge, the entire falsity of which is in-
xtuuae, u. yj. warier, jr., . r. low, 8. variably immediately shown. Here-
uitssuii, nenry ivaia, ju. v. iveonoka
lole, E. Wodehouse, A. Lucas, Robert
Pahau, Dan, G. Rosa, G. L. Desha, W.
Lucas, and J. A. Thompson.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved. ' v
The first business was the schedule of
games for the season. H. M. Whitney, I tor who is now doctoring the lepers, then
Jr., said if the first game be arranged a it is evident that the missionary fathers
schedule could soon be placed before the who are controlling the affairs of the land
are false. It has been said to us that
when the doctor asked for medicines he
was told that there was none, neither
too a ill amr tnnnav 4 rwAnnva OAmn
and when the doctor wished to detain
some of' the patients whom he thought
were proper subjects for him to treat
they were immediately scooped up and
sent to Moiokai.
To you, the brethren who are aiding
the Reform Party, howT can you dare to
pull your eyelids over your sight so as' to
keep from seeing, and then play the part
of hypocrites and say that such things
are all good that it is Christian work.
There are lots of hoopilimeaais these
days. The wish for riches is far more
than the love for man he for whose sake
God gave the life of His only son.1'
HOT BUNS !
The Best Hot Cross Buns can be had
On Good Friday, April 4
And will be delivered
To any part of the city. Four wagons will
be in operation.
Tuesday, April 1.
T.j,M flark. from Hamakua,
iiamai, from Labaina
Wednesday, April 2.
"ic. from Hongkong and Yoko-.
Mr. Sidney Wass, a native of London.
England, aged 28 years, died at the
Queen's hospital yesterday of consump
tion, lie came to the islands several
months ago for the benefit of his health.
The funeral services were in charge of
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
Tuesday. April 1.
ir Time A Ciieston. riunib, for
ff:n:m. Lorcnzcu. for Mam ana
ikelike. Pavies, lor .Maui aiapm.
Wkiha'a. Canivbell, for Kauai at
James Miikce, Macaulay, lor iva-
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iuh. Havana, lor KUauea ana
at.i i) in.
ffaialeal. Chancy, for Jsawiliwm,
lalu at 5 p in.
iuwailar.i ;'or koolau.
ilille Morris fur Koolau.
A meeting of the Steinitz Chess Club
was neiu at tne Uamera Ulub rooms
yesterday evening, President Bruce
Cartwright in the chair. An amend
ment was made to the constitution and
other business transacted after which
those present plaved chess.
The steamship Oceanic arrived off
port this morning at 1 o clock from
tJongkong and Yokohama en route to
San Francisco. She is anchored outside
and will leave for the latter port to-day,
carrying a mail. Watch the Post Office
bulletin board for ttie hour of closing.
On Thursday evening, April 3d, there
will be a social gathering in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. A brief literary and musical
programme will be given followed bv
light refreshments. The whole affair
will be made a farewell reception to Mr.
Theo. H. Davies who leaves for England
on the 5th.
Mrs. Fisher, relict of the late Israel
Fisher, died early yesterday morning at
her residence Lihha street, tier hus
band will best be remembered as the
founder of Fisher's champagne cider fac
tory . The funeral of deceased took place
in the afternoon, theJUev. Alex. Mack
intosh conducting the service.
An old and well known resident, Mr.
M. Pico, died yesterday after an extended
illness. Ho owned tne Pico block on
Nuuanu street and other propertv. The
funeral takes place from the Roman
Catholic Cathedral at 3 o'clock this
afternoon, and members of Engine Com-
f ana Vance. Anderson. Newcastle, panv No. 1 and other companies are in
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vitPfl to attend .
fts.'e. Hownnl. S.m Fr.mrisPO-
r fTPol,.- fy r i.
LLS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Hawaii, Cameron, for Faauhau,
ami Lanpaljoelioe at 10 a m.
molilio ior aianae.
Pe!e, Snivthe, for Lahaina, Ku-
fe and Kukaiau, at 3 p in.
sine Discovery. .McNeil, for ban
arah and Eliza for Koolau.
ra Excelsior, tfoderstrom, for Port
VESSELS IN PORT.
Niiran.Coghlan, Ililo, Hawaii.
Jlhaninon.fet. Claire, from cruise
'anneM, Irvine, Liverpool.
laeSC. Wilder, Griffith, San Fran.
; cooJirev, Dubcl, S Francisco.
iWicovery. McNeil, S. Francisco.
Whitmore. Ward. Denarture Bav.
pa, Lee. Callao.
alalbot, Uhodes, Port Townsend.
Wperstmr Mikahala, April 1
rg, uev w Jt'isher, Miss E
A.Nanabilokona. Mrs Pillar
uri, and about 50 deck.
iand Hawaii. ier stmr Kinan.
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;7 tycrott, Miss Nancy Daniels,
"''. A liurcnardt. .las Mafnir.
I Ik ueiltOll. Cant Harrison anH
W Podmore. WW
4r Kaneke. 11
wife and child, Master Judd
r stmr Ukehke, April 1
ff'u '? WiIder u E Coville. J I
g H V Ualdwin, J W Colville,
The schooner Caterina, with the inter-
island cable on board, was towed to the
other side of Coco Head yesterday morn
. mtr. At i o'clock, me caoie, wnicn nau
been run out from shore some nve hun
dred vards, was picked up and the work
of splicing it to the cable on board was
proceeded with. If the weather was fine
the work of lavine the cable to Moiokai
was to go on.
The Hawaiian Board has published in
the Hawaiian language a collection of
Scripture texts. "The Saviour's Call."
They are printed in colors, and designed
to be hung upon the wall in the sitting
room. They are very prettily gotten up,
and sold at the nominal price of 10 cents
each. Mr. Moody's famous sermon on
"The Blood" has also been translated
into Hawaiian. It is sold at the Book
Rooms at 5 cents each.
It was decided by drawing lots, that
the Stars and Honolulus open the season
on April 12th .
W. B. Oleson moved that three games
be played with each club, making a total
of eighteen games in all. Carried.
The following schedule was then
April 12th Stars vs . Honolulu.
April 19th Kamehameha vs. Hawaii.
April 26th Stars vs. Kamehameha.
May 3d Honolulu vs. Hawaii.
May 10th Hawaii vs. Stars.
May 17th Honolulu vs. Kamehameha.
May 24th Kamehameha vs. Stars.
May 3l8t Hawaii vs. Honolulu.
June 7th Honolulu vs. Stars.
J une 14th Hawaii vs. Kamehameha.
June 21st Stars vs. Hawaii.
June 28th Kamehameha vs. Honolulu.
July 4th Stars vs. Honolulu.
July 5th Kamehameha vs. Hawaii.
July 12th Stars vs. Kamehameha.
July 19th Honolulu vs. Hawaii.
July 26th Hawaii vs. Stars.
August 2d Honolulu vs. Kamehameha.
On motion of H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
J ames 13. Uastle was elected omcial urn
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY.
! For Yokohama fiBongkong
The Al Steamship
" TamasMro Marn
Denial by Dr. Lutz.
Mb. Editor: lam informed that an
article,published by the 'Ka leo o Ka La
hui " not long ago, contains some re
marks on the Kalihi Hospital not in ac
cordance with the facts. You would
therefore greatly oblige' me by publishing
pire for the season, and a second umpire tne following statements:
Will leave Honolulu for the above
on or about
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin and steerage accommodations, apply
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
win De appointed by a committee con
sisting of the four captains.
W B. Oleson moved that there be two
scorers for each game. Carried. He
also moved that John W. Winter and S.
Louisson be elected official scorers ; in
their absence, the captains of tho two
nines to select a substitute. -
The following letters were then read :
Honolulu, March 27th.
Hon. W. F. -Allen, President Hawaii
Sir : I beg leave to offer as a prize
to the members of the winning club
who shall have made the best individual
score during the coming season, a hand
1. Up to the date of your article none
of my selected patients have been re
moved from my care or sent to Moiokai.
2. I have been at complete liberty to
select the patients for treatment, but the
number of the leper patients being
limited to twenty, I was obliged to refuse
any new case of declared leprosy, while
the number was full.
3. I have never been denied medicines,
but simply instructed to limit myself to I
the most necessary expenses, to avoid
the credit being overdrawn. This fear,
however, afterwards proved unnecessary.
4. The necessary dispositions have
been made to extend the benefit of the
THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET
ing of the Stockholders of the Inter
lsland Steam Navigation Co. (L'd.). will be
held at the office of the Company, on
TUESDAY, April 8th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. L. McLEAN,
some irame for the club photograph therapeutical results obtained by the
offered by Mr. J. J Williams, the same treatment at Kalihi to the patients in
to be selected by the winner. Respect- the leper settlement.
fully yours, W. C. Kino. Yours respectfully,
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Hnvm ttt tt ATorii ojifii nonoiuiu, iuarcii OU, lOUJ.
Hon. W. F. Allen, President Hawaii
Sir : In furtherance of baseball inter
ests and encouragement of a spirit of
honorable emulation among the several
clubs of the Hawaii Baseball League, I
desire to offer, as a competitive prize, a
specially made bat and ball, from
choicest varieties of Hawaiian wood,
with silver mounting and appropriate
inscription ; the same to go to the win
ning club each season, but to belong to,
or become the property of the plub mak
ing the best record in two out of three
seasons, details of which can be ar
My aim in making a conditional offer
for several seasons is, to help hold our
clubs to a continued existence and not
to drop out of sight after one or two
Should this offer be acceptable to the
league, I will immediately have the
prize prepared by a competent worker,
in our island woods and placed on ex
hibition in some central locality ap
proved by you. Very respectfully yours,
Tnos. G. Thrum.
FOR SALK, FOUR BOUND VOLUMES
of "The Friend"including all the issues
from 1843 to 1882. The books can be seen
at the Advertiser office. 75-lni
Upon inquiring at the office of the
Board of Health we learn that when Dr.
Lutz began operations early in January,
the Board were uncertain as to the suffi
ciency of the available appropriation for
the balance of the period. An estimate
of the probable expenses for the coming
quarter showed, however, that the ap
propriation was sufficient, and Dr. Lutz
was given carle blanche to order such
medicines as he required, which he has
It was also ascertained that' the scien
tific work of the doctor at Kalihi in treat
ing selected cases of leprosy and investi
gating the disease, is being conducted
regularly and satisfactorily to all concerned.
Firewood For Sale,
ARD OR SOFT, AT TUB HAW All
an Commercial Salesrooms. 40-tf
MILLINERY ! MILLINERY
S jFG6 j,
N. 8. SACHS, Proprietor.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
elegant stock of
OF THIS WEEK.
the Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our new and
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
HATS & PATTERN TOQUES,
CHOICE FLOWERS, STYLISH RIBBONS,
A Fine Assortment of Childrens' Trimmed Hats, at the
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE
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Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock
FOR PIPE AND BOLT THREADING.
Both Guides and Dies Instantly Adjustable. No Wrench, Thumbscrew or Colletp,
Tool complete in itself, and will do more and better work than any
other Hand Die. Dies easily sharpened on a grindstone.
Light, Strong, Compact, Simple, and very easily
eican tpm FvpcIc. :ir
-.iu m ballast to-day.
v MnVi ;ame ou ine wanne
toam J "v,1111Is uuu aiicnorea in
Mttua arrived on Tuesilnv
ij C ? n,akua With 2'100 baes of
of cane seed, and 30 head of
sail fnr si;z'vi.'y.a'w"j?yy
argo of sugar and
the pay-roll of
Jordan i-;n. i
h f " cuoiesram re-
ruu cierks on tli .
Id 1 V .
ii 1 1 i i'i n it . i .
i j uoi looK as
Pt;rwasbns Pushed with that
r reread about in a
papers that are booming the
aaa there wem 075 mn
, an,I Vi ? t0-aay not over 500
f the r, 7,? w that a good
o U ' " V1 go. The work
Pbeb-Tr"1 Silico, where
rut ( ii .
ive hnn i i lur le oreak
iWC ou of 1,700 feet of
WSl ?"ven to a depth of ton
riedbv a!i Say th:at a st'ong
Pel. ?a ,:.V a change in thn rUrJt
atan iaDle.to nnderminV;M-
ofth.f' ough at pretV 1
llie Une. v 1! puking up sand
s has been lresses are dwn,
;orki!Uin ie as 'et to speak
! Polie Court.
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sday, AprU 1.
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On Saturday last occurred the first
wedding in the new church at Paia. Mr
J. O. Desborough of Kohala was married
to Miss Caroline Rathbone, sister of Mrs.
A. G. Burchardt; by Rev. T. L. Gulick.
The church was beautifully decorated
with flowers and ferns, a bank of which
covered the whole front of the church.
Above and back were two vases on the
flanks tilled with lovely cala lilies from
Olinda. and in the center was thrown
forward a ereen arch in the center of
which hung a bridal bell of Marguerites.
Although the weather was bad, a large
number of the neighbors attended the
wedding and partook of the wedding
lunch at the residence of Mr, Burchardt
an hour later. The honeymoon will be
spent at Ereh won. just under the ever
clianirinir bridal wreath ot the clouds of
Hanaloa. an elderly native woman of
Keaaula, well known to old settlera, was
drowned in a very peculiar manner on
Mondav of last week, she, witn a na
tiye female friend, was gathering opihis
on the rocks at the edge of the sea, when
a huge wave strucktnem ana carnea
Hanaloa off to sea. She was probably
stunned bv beintr thrown against the
rocks, as she was a good swimmer. Her
comrade clung to the rocks and was not
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miurea. iianaioa's ooav nas not Deen
Mr. A. G. Burchardt and family ex
pect to leave the islands in May for Eng
land, where they will reside hereafter.
Rev. John Morris and family leave us
tor the Coast bv the outgoing steamer on
April lllh. Both these families will be
we; are still having excessive rams.
Rainfall over nine inches during March.
iiamakuapoko, March 25. .
Carl Schurz does not appear to
change a particle in appearance, and
can be recognized as easily tp-day by
the cartoons Tom Nast drew of him
. Both letters were accepted with
thanks, after-which the meeting ad
journed. The following letter was read at the
previous meeting and accepted with
. Honolulu, March 22d.
Hon. W. F. Allen, President Hawaii
Sir : I take great pleasure in inform-
A Moonlight Ride.
Yesterday evening the guests of the
Hamilton House and Waikiki Villa had
a most delightful outing. One of the
largest 'busses in town was engaged and
drawn by four horses, the merry party
were driven up the Punchbowl road and
to other points of interest. It was a nice
moonlight night and the drive was thor
oughly en joyed by all who participated.
On returning to the Hamilton House,
one of those famous lunches for which
this popular place is noted, was pro
vided in the dining hall, and it is need
less to say .that ample justice was done it.
In this connection it may be stated
that the Hamilton is full of guests, and
applications are being received by Host
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME
are hereby requested to make payment
on or before April 15th next; all accounts
unsettled after the above date will be
placed in the hands of an attorney for im
mediate settlement. GOO KIM,
74-2 w Nuuanu Street.
MRS. L. C. PRAY,
Genuine Massage and Roman Baths,
150 Fort St. Chiuese Church Yard.
ine you that l will give as a prize, a
14x17 group of the winning club for lyo; Johnson every day, which he is obliged
one codv to each mem her oi tne same
Yours respectfully, .
THE WELL -KNOWN
horse GARFIELD, a kind
and gentle family horse.
that will stand without
hitching. Anybody can
drive him. Can be seen at
the Club Stables.
Also a eood familv Horse, for sale cheap.
Also the well-known Colt Long Branch,
sired bv King William.
Also, a fancy Buck-board with Brewster
gear, cheap. .
Apply to JAMttS UKJUU.
J WORD ABOUT THE BOXT DIE STOCK.
NO TURNING BACK OVER THE THREADS AFTER IT IS ONCE CUT, l A
nrominent feature of the Duplex."
All mechanics agreeing that the turning back against the cutting edge injures the
dies much more than the actual cutting. ... ,
When the" Duplex " dies become dull by cutting, they can reaauy oe reneweu
by sharpening on a grindstone. Thus making the life of these dies longer, at least uy
four fold than any other made, ana at tne same time avoiding ine common owui-
rence of stripping or weakening the thread and rendering the work worthless.
This tool, when set to any desired size, can instantly be released and lifted off
And reset in Rnnin riza without trial, thus insuring all the threads uniformlv alike. It
adjusts to all the variations in iron rough, oversized iron is shaved to standard size
and threaded at the same time. This cannot be accomplished with any other Die
Stock. The Duplex " being the only tool made allowing one set of dies to accurately
cut two distinct sizes in the adjustment no wrench, screw driver or any extra tooi
being used and when adjusted is as rigid as a solid die, and wm do at least one
third more work in the same space of time. We solicit a comparison with other makes,
both as to range of sizes each tool cuts, and prices, as well as price of extra dies.
3FOR SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
62-tf FORT STREET, (opposite Spreckels Bank), Honolulu.
" Political Meetings at Hilo.
- At the political meeting here last Sat
urday, the natives all voted to ask the
Legislature for $75,000 to finish the Vol
cano road, and instructed the Represen
tatives accordingly; also $1,500 to finish
the canal; $15,000 to $20,000, Hilo roads ;
$15,000, bridges; $5,000, market ; $5,000,
hospital ; to continue the last appropria
tion for water pipes; to see about a ship
wharf at Waiakea ; to ask aid tor the
Catholic School and "Hilo Boarding
School; $d00 to light the streets, and to
see about having electric lights at some
time, the latter not unanimous ; also to
enlarge the jail and build - a new and
larsrer leoer hospital in Hilo.
Last week, Monday, they had a politi
cal meeting at the Court House, called
by the Representatives, to discuss what
was best to do at the. Legislature. There
was a full attendance of natives and a
few Portuguese. A committee of natives
and Portuguese was appointed to bring
up what subjects to consider, but they
threw it all back on the assembly, and
the only thing done was to pass a peti
tion, drawn up by E.Kekoa,to the King,
" to give us a new and equitable Consti
tution." E. Kekoa was the principal
speaker, making himself conspicuous,
but the onlv objections he brought up in
all he said, as could be understood, to
the present Constitution, was that it is
bad, being got by "kipu," and does not
give the Chinese and Japanese an equal
right with others to vote! He does not
realize that such a thing would at once
swamp the Hawaiian vote by the Chinese
alone. He had better dig a big hole and
invite all " true Hawaiians" to jump in
and be buried alive.
On Saturday E. Kekoa did not say
much at the adjourned meeting. .
At the Monday meeting, after the Peti
tion was passed, they instructed the
Representatives to take it to Honolulu.
Nawahi told , them they could Uke it to
the King as a committee of individuals,
not as Representatives ; that it is putside
r Antv as ReDresentatives; that ne
approves of nearly everything in the pre-
to refuse. But in the near future there is
a possibility that some extensive altera
tions will be made, whereby he will be
able to accommodate a larger number of
guests. The popularity of the Hamilton
is not confined to this city alone, but has
spread abroad, and this is due in the A MAN AND WIFE, MAN TO WORK
main to the excellent m&Aagement. not in garden and have care of one horse;
a single comDlaint has'ever been made bv I woman to wash for a small family. Terms
D ..... f J a . i t i r
The Only Steam Soda Works in the
anyone staying at
branch at Waikiki.
this house and its
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
$40 a month, rent and firewood free. Ad-
dress L," Advertiser office. 75-3twlt
The latest styles of Hats, Bon
nets, Toques, can be seen at
Sachs' Store, 104 Fort street.
Easter Hats, Easter Hals, a I
fine assortment at Sachs' Store,
104 Fort street.
An immense assortment of
Childrens' Trimmed Hats for
Easter, at Sachs'- Store, 104 Fort ;
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XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
li depositors in the Savings Bank Depart
ment of Clang Spreckels & Co. that from
and after the 1st day of April, 1890. the
interest allowed on deposits will be reduced
to four (4) per cent, per annum. Deposi
tors will be allowed to withdraw their
deposits up to that date without giving the
usual notice, but. if allowed to remain
after Aoril 1st. said deposits will be con
sidered as subject to the rules and regula
tions published in the ir ass books.
50-lm CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Ginger Ale, Plain, Sweet and Cream Soda,
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, SARSAPARILLA,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC.
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SOLE PROPRIETORS OF BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA AND IRON WATER.
MEMBERS OF ENGINE CO. NO. 1
are hereby notified to attend the f uner
oi rtf thiAtA M. Pico, from the Catholic
Church, at 3 o'clock, THIS (Wednesday)
AFTERNOON, April 2d. Members of the
several other Fire Companies are invited
to attend. Per order of the Foreman.
TTAVING BOUGHT OUT MR. W. H.
J-L Paee in the Honolulu Carriage Manu
factory, at 123 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
mv thorough knowledge of the business
and with experienced workmen and usinc
only the best material 1 guarantee general
satisfaction. Please call and see me before
(Signed) GIDEON WEST.
lu, Oct. :
Factory : STo. 23 Nxmaiiii Siv
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 360; BELL 372.
D. T. BAILEY,
BENSON, SMITH & CO,
Reward of $500.
EE. E. Molntyre & Bi
pnnR CARPENTERS. RIGHT
away. Apply at the Gazette of
mrORTK&S AKD DEALER IK
EA8T CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
property formerly known as the
Ttnnealow." situated on Liliha St.
near Judd St. Alterations and repairs to
hniiHincrwill be made to suit tenant. Lo-
sent Constitution, and but a few changes
are needed. what
KnocKeq me 1- etc.. enauire of
flattened out KeKoaveryiuuc... KiAm -v -' J. EMMELUTH.
he ' said really cation healthful and sufficiently elevated
a, i 1 . . 1 j i . -mnAm j-tf flia mfv onil hfirlvv
on tne neau auu 10 coraraauu in v
TITHEREAS. AT OR ABOUT TWO
f f o'clock on the morning of the 28th of
l?AKvnaw 1BQA H1 1 Kr Kmnor nf tha firm
JIZZK .Y5.SKt Groceries, Provisions and - Feed,
strument bva certain, nerson who felon
iously broke and entered into the dwelling
house of the Said Ng Ngong in the rear of
the premises ot the said Kwong Lee Yuen
Co. on Mannakea street. Honolulu. H. I.
Notice is hereby given that a reward of
Hire iiunarea louars i$auuj wui oe paiu
bv 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 guilty party.
Per Order. . YIM ijuun,
Secretary United Chinese Society.
Honolulu, March 5, 1890. M-lni
New Uooda received by erery
proince by every steamer. All order
city free of charge. Itlan orders l .
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The Daily Advertiser and Weekly Gazette
ABE THE IiGADDCO rArEJXS -Of THn "klKGDOU.
in 1876 as he could then.
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