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rilOS.0. rilRUX I'reeMenl and Manager
H .1. SMITH "fcrrwjrr nl TmiiM
IIIIO II. I II 111) II.
Mr. S. R. I'. I'carcc, of Hilo, has
sent to thin office a diagram showing
the section of Hilo Hay ruljVcnt to
Wnilukti Kivcr. On this diagram ii
indicated the present wharf near the
mouth ofllut stream. In explanation
of the diagram Mr. I'carcc says :
"livery heavy fall of rain at Hilo
washes from the water sheds on cither
bank of the Wailuku immense quanti
ties of soil, boulders and scgctable
matter. 'I his is not carried to sea but
is accumulated nt the ihouth of the
Wnilukti, often forming an island of
considerable extent. 'I he heavier part
of this matter, such as rocks and gravel,
is the lust to be removed from its
lodgement, but ultimately it too jields
to the driving force of the surf caused
by the N. I!, trade winds and is whirled
around the corner of the wharf wall,
finally strewing itself along the shore
and completely closing the outlet of
another small stream, the W'aiolama.
Thus is the beach continually encroach
in,; upon the harbor front and is ren
dering safe landing, even for surf boats
when there is a strong wind (N. K.)
blowing, dangerous and practically im
possible. "Hut this destruction of the valuable
harbor of Hilo can easily be prevented
and the forces of nature herself be
compelled to erect a barrier which shall
hold in giant-grasp the detritus continu
ally massing at the mouth of the Wai
luku and at the same time be forming
n landing pier, half a mile in length,
where vessels may safely load and un
load their cargoes. Now, cargoes arc
lauded by boats and lighters, when the
dements will permit. The plan for
utilizing the wash from the Wailuku
and the impacting forces from the
N. K. trade winds, is very simple
and inexpensive, and it is proposed by
the projector of the enterprise, to erect
the line of cribs and jetties at his own
expense, provided that the area to be
reclaimed from the sea, can be secured
to him for a reasonable term of cars ;
when, upon the expiration of the time
of the lease, the land and the improve
ments shall revert to the government.
Thus may a long desired improvement
of the important harbor at Ililo Hay be
effected without cost to the govern
ment." We do not know wlicthcr Mr. I'earce's
plan is the best that can be devised, .or
whether it will be wisdom on part of
the government to grant him the privil.
cge he asks, llut we do know that
something ought to be done to prevent
an injury that would be national rather
than local ; and if Mr. Pcarce's agency
shall be the one to save the harbor, the
nation will owe him thanks.
On April 21st Mr. Spreckels' govern
ment issued a by-authority notice re
mindingemployers of Japanese laborers,
serving under contracts of the " obli
gation on their part to pay to the Japan
ese Consul in Honolulu, from month
to month, twenty five per centum of
the wages named in the contract of
each employer." On the 25th of April
a by-authority notice was published
containing the following language :
Notice U hereby Riven thai Messrs. W. (I.
liwin & Co., of this city, liave been appointed
agent of the bonnl ot limuir.ition to make
ami cany out all business Arrangements for the
continuance of voluntary immigration of Japan-
ess to this kingdom, and all parties desirous of
securing the service of contract laborers aic
Invited to forward their applications vv itliout
delay to Messrs. Irwin.s. Co.
Can there be any connection between
the two announcements and the fact
that the inception of the postal savings
bank has liecn "indefinitely postponed?"
The news of the advance in the
Manilla basis is most encouraging to
our planters. The news from Wash
ington is not less satisfactory. There
is an evident disinclination on the part
of the present U nitcd States Senate to dis
turb the tarifT question. So far as our
treaty interests are concerned it is, as it
always has been, very much to our ad
vantage that we never have had any
entangling alliances with any other
sugar interests; and have relied solely
on the justice of our rase and the in
telligence of the government at Wash
ington. "He was emotionally crazy when he
did it. He did it in self defense. He
did it because the other fellow was a
'bad man.' And, finally, did he do it
all? Come now I " The following at
"great" condensation of the legal ver
bosity engaged on the sugar side of the
Sprcckcb- De Young marksmanship con
test is presented to our readers as
another evidence of our enterprise.
The spread of materialism in the U.
S, has for some time engaged the
attention of both philosophical and
religious writers in that country. The
late article by Mrs. Elizabeth Cady
Sunton, entitled Has Christianity ben
efitted Women? has again brought the
question to the front.
Me foreign new some of it in
addition to what was issued in the
(uide of Tuesday last appears on
the fourth page. Our readers will see
that it Is selected with a Uw to a'l'ord
quality and not quantity merely.
pi m.it' ti 1 uni.tMi.
" I las the law a moral right to pre
vent gambling?" We say yes. Hut n
portion of this community seems to
think differently. There is .1 law
against gambling on our statute books
which forbids playing billiard pool for
money, forbids raffling, forbids holding
lotteries, forbids selling pools on horse
races, and forbids playing cards or
other games of chance for money.
This law is partially enforced against
Chinese. Hut when a body of Cau
casian gentlemen meet for a quiet little
time it Is considered all right if pool
playing, pool-selling or any other form
of gambling known to this moral town
make part of that "quiet little time."
Perhaps seven out of ten of this
community male and female are
fond of fine horses. We do not think
the proportion is overstated, because
we believe he is very dull (and she is
very blind) who fails to feel the beauty
of that finest of the quadrupeds a
beautiful horse. There are many such
in Hawaii. And, of that many, several
of the most beautiful contested in the
races under the auspices of the Haw
aiian Jockey Club last, Thursday So
far as the aim of the club is the en
couragement of our horsemen in the
breeding and training of mettlesome,
shapely, and .speedy horses, that organi
zation has, and deserves to have, the sup
port and confidence of the community.
To that end the club and its members
offer prizes and purses to be competed
for by the best equine blood, bone
and muscle in the kingdom.
I'he offering of prizes money or
other kinds is no more wrong in
horse racing than in school manage
ment. So far, the club's action is not
only harmless but justifiable, and even
praiseworthy, finding cordial coopera
tion among the most law-abiding and
reputable citizens. Hut the unlawful
and demoralizing public gambling
pool-selling and betting is some
thing altogether different. The men
who arc responsible for it in this com
munity are taking risks that they may
wish they had not to answer for some
day. They are setting a bad example
for the youth of the land ; they are en
couraging Chinese and Portuguese to
break the laws in different wajs ; and
they are teaching themselves disrespect
for the majesty of the law under whose
protection they live and prosper.
We believe in the principle of local
self-government. Hut we do not be
lieve it can be made to serve the best
public good in this community unless
the suffrage be restricted. If we are
to be governed by men elected by un
restricted sufTerage in Honolulu we are
better off at the tender mercies of
Minister Gulick. At the same time
we wish to repeat our belief in the
principle of representative, local self
government. And we cannot better
express the reasons for it than by mak
ing citations from an editorial taken
from the Express of May fith, a paper
published in Granville, New South
Wales, .pnd edited by Mr. George U.
Pavey, a talented young fellow, recently
a compositor on this paper. Yet that
very article points out some of the
difficulties under which municipal self
government is constituted even in the
free colony of New South Wales.
A few weeks ago, in dealing vv ith the jues
tion of "local self-government," we took
occasion to show that communities and town
ships could not be expected to progress in the
true sense, while our present paternal or per
haps we might sa) motherly eastern prevailed
in the conduct of affairs. We pointed out that
in the rank of progressive communities of the
colony (Uanvillc, occupied a conspiclous place,
and wc vvrotc-iina spirit in which there was
something of foreboding that "Granville must
have the power to improve itself without find
ing that the 'ultra vires' goblin besets it at
every turn." The history of our municipal in
stitutions is one long record of checks, frus
trated attempts and still-liorn schemes every
thing "blocked" or blasted by the "ultra vires'"
spectre. The instalment of self gov eminent
allowed to the people by the Municipalities
Act has been a tether which permitted them to
laste but pot to enjoy. There is a defence a
poor one, pcihaps for a policy in nccordance
vv ith w hich the state takes charge of cv et) thing.
1 he old Greek philosopher would have lud
the state regulate the dress, the reading, the
meals of the people.
The Norman and the Sunnn, haw struggled
for ages in the mturc of the policy by which
our national life has lieen conducted. We have
brought into being a v ast "officialdom" front
which as from n common centre all ihc
affairs of the land shall be regulated, while we
have declared for corporations and di.trict
governments. The instalment of local self
government given serves hut to mock us. Be
tween the government which declares the
affair is one ot local' concern, and tHe munici
pality which declares it has not the powers
which arc necessary to allow it to move, every
matter of real importance to a district is made
a mere shuttle-cock, The one side hat the
power to act, but nothing else ; the other has
everything but the power to act. The patty
which niiM lake action if action Is to be
taken is the party having no direct interest
in the nutter, and unable to give its attention
even to the whole of Its legitimate business.
The pail) thai is warned to refrain from action
to whom the law cries "hands ofT is the
party which has a "life and death" interest in
the putter, and the one which would gladly
act If what we lately stjlcd the "ultra vires
goblin" could lie got lid of.
At Kapiolani Park, Thursday, a large
crowd assembled to witness one or two
good races and several poor one. Gamb
ling, trickery and drunkeness were not
conspicuous, although there was enough
of each to justify many good citizens in
avoiding what would have been other
wise a creditable duvplay of the speed
and bottom of our Hawaiian and im.
Kxccss of nutter has crowded out of
thi issue ait editorial review of three
valuable aiticltw In the North Anvwkan
Review on the Dewumitlmiow ofSMvf .
irsi: ivi tirnr.inriiK.
" Morality cannot he long sustained
on the let alone-and gratify everybody
theory. Wc will not say that the
world lx.longs to the saints, and that
they have a commission to rule it.
Hut we respond to as much of that
opinion as is involved in the proposi
tion that the moralities and decencies
are sovereign things, and that, in their
name and by their authority, decent
lcople ought to insist on ruling society.
The streets must be made safe for boys
and joung women. Could the people
know the ftdl extent of this evil, it is
not out of the possibilities that here,
in democratic America, they would
propose some kind of a censorship to
The above extract, from an Amer
ican paper, was sent us recently by a
subscriber who fully endorses the" stand
taken byjhc Press in upholding public
and private morality and in deprecating
its absence. The quotation is admir
ably to the point.
Equally pertinent to nt least one
phase of Honolulan morals are the
following extracts also sent us :
"Among the worst temptations of
the streets are the things printed in
pictures or in type, in gaudy colors or
in black and white, to catch the eye.
"'I he capacity of the illustrated
paper for good is great ; and wc have
not been slow to discover it. The
easiest, quickest and most agreeable
way of getting a sermon in morals, a
lecture in reform, or a speech in poli
tics, is to take it in a moment in a look
at some one of the potent illustrated
journals that are made by men capable
of doing such things.
"Hut there arc capacities and possi
bilities in journalistic illustration which
cannot be learned at a well-kept news
stand of the first class. Hoys and men
much on the streets know where to
find them better than they know how
to avoid them ; and the men who make
them have grown perfect in the art of
accomplishing all the ends of indecency,
without actually committing it.
"Liberty that goes beyond all liounds
dashes at last on the hard wall of the
necessity of restraining it. We are not
far from this point now in some aspects
of the matter. The evil has already
gone so far that private vigilance can
not meet it. And when things are so
that, do what he can for his bo)s, a
father cannot keep them reasonably out
of harm's way, it is time to complain of
the law, or at least to invoke it.
"The citizens of Philadelphia, under
exact! v the same provocations, have
awakened to the necessity ol protecting
their streets and their youth, and taken
measures which promise result in re
The above extracts will offend thos
apostles of "persona! liberty" who be
lieve that every man ought to have full
license to do anything he pleases unless
it can be proven in a court of justice
that his actions have harmed some one
outside his own family.
These sticklers for "personal liberty"
hold that no one has a right to inter
fere w ith the public sale of those illus
trated papers like the ones meant by
the extracts above quoted. They hold
that they arc not obviously obscene ;
and that "pious people" have no right
to prevent their circulation.
Technically, the defenders of those
flash sheets have the law (of some
countries) on their side. Hut the
moral law is against them. Every
steamer from the coast brings numbers
of these publications, which, if not in
dictable under the statute, ought to be.
If not actually obscene these papers
are "so close, there. s no tun in it."
Their pictures are meant to stimulate
lewdness and manifestly succeed.
Their text is meant to heighten the bad
effect of their illustrations and does so,
It is true that cultivated and refined
people are disgusted by tlje inartistic
and stupidly sensational character of
both pictures and reading matter. lint
cultivation and refinement are not uni
versal qualities. Young people who
have had no opportunity for improve'
ment in taste, or arc too young to have
settled convictions of right and wrong,
no matter how well brought up, often
fall into the habit of glancing at and
then reading illustrated papers of the
class we speak of. It is so in this town.
It is becoming more and more so.
If we arc not mistaken the attorney
general at one time directed the
marshal to stop the sale of the sort of
papers complained of such sale goes
on unblushingly. Now is a good time
for the attorney-general to look into
" Making enemies is not pleasant, it
is a serious business. Many are con
stitutionally incapable of doing so, if by
any amount of compromise or (altering
with their own convictions of right,
they can avoid it
" The choice of political friends in
Hawaii is not a question of chooaing
the frequently agreeable society of
publicans and sinners on the one hand,
or the pharUsjes and hypocrites, on the
" It is a question of allying oamcII
with those now in omce who coaiclhr
even the profession and advocacy of
noble purposes, or with those not in
office who condemn and intend to
stamp out corrupt public practices."
Ilrave words, well said. We quote
the above sentences from the Gazette
of last Wednesday with unqualified ap
proval. Wc do so the more gladly be
cause it seems to indicate that the
Gazette has shaken ofi the influence
which seemed aliout to undermine its
usefulness and is now determined to
come out fairly and squarely on the
Of course such .1 policy must cause
the Gazette some loss of patronage
from those semi official sources of in
come upon which it has from time to
time depended for its profits. It can
not consistently continue to puff men
like the present registrar of public ac
counts or take delight in the unassail
able integrity of the manipulator of the
Hawaiian Commercial Company's
Wc welcome also the Gazette's
change bf heart in atiotltfr direction.
It now tacitly confesses the need of
political organization for reform.
" Were wc to venture advice, it would
be to choose a leader, and, unless he
prove recreant to his trust, to stand by
him through thick and thin. We know
that this means the smoothering of 'all
petty jealousies and rivalry, a willing
ness to waive one's pet hobbies and
plans and to accede to the views of
others; but it is the only sure way for
any party to accomplish its ends."
The above endorsement of the plan
first outlined by the Press and so ably
advocated by the Ilullctin seems to
show that those who want reform in
Hawaii are drawing closer together.
The New itaven Palladium of May 20th,
says 1 "Yesterday the family1 of George I).
Gower received the sad intelligence of his
death at Chicago, Illinois, at 4:30 A. M. The
deceased w as a member of the firm of Gow er
5. Mansfield, lumlier dealers, lie was born
at l'armington, Maine, where, as a boy, he
learned as much of the printer's craft as could
be learned in a country newspaper office.
Afterward he perfected himself in the trade,
working at his business in Hartford, Mil
waukee and Honolulu, "II. I. For some
vcars he was an efficient assistant in Rev. C.
W. Everest's Rectory school, Ilamden.
Failing health compelled him to leave, and
with his young wife (daughter of the late Jesse
M. Mansfield) he sailed for the Sandwich Is
lands, seeking fortune and health, in both of
which he was fairly successful. By natural
selection he became a firm friend of the "mis
sionary party" in the islands, and his island
friends who visilcil him in this city were
warmly welcomed. Returning to this city in
1855, lie, in compan) with Austin Mansfield,
established the lumber business on Grand street.
which from the first moderately and steadily
prospered." Mr. Gower will be remembered by
many here w ho will deeply regret his death. He
was, to the last, a firrn friend, of tlusk(Md;ir.'ij.
Inl.riwl. r '
" Independence" was the toast of ihc eve.
ning at the recent banquet of the National Club
in Montreal Sixmavors of the cities in the
province responded, Ihc object being to give a
denial to the assertion made by the opposition
and the English press, that there were no men
of prominence in Canada who favored inde
pendence. About one hundred and fifty guests
were present, among whom were a number of
members of the Provincial Parliament. The
toast " To the Queen" vAs drunk in silence,
while that " To Canadian Independence" was
received with wild enthusiasm. The Impeiial
Federation was denounced as impracticable,
and if there were any further federation, It was
said it would inevitably be with the United
States. On the other hand it is noted that
the London Times in an editorial sa)-s :
The completion of the Canadian Pacific Kail
way is the most important step toward a con
solidation of the empire. It is a priceless ad
vantage to have command of a great line of
railway, uniting the two oceans, beyond the
reach of hostile attack, and free from the
restraints of a possibly embarrassing neutrality.
In Honolulu, June 6th,
Lowrey, Lnq., a ton.
i83j, to the wife of K. J.
SUTUrT-llRIUGS-In Honolulu, June a, 188;,
at the residence of John llrodic, M. U , by Rev. E.
C Oggtl. pastor of the Bethel Union Church. Frank
I) SutiitV, II. U, of Wailuku, Maul, to Miss K.
Urlgfis, of Sacramento, Cab.
kOlllNSON-CAY.-At Makawell, Kauai, on June
t. 188s. liv the Rev. I. W. Smith. Aubrcv Robin
son, hq , of Maka welt, Kauai, to Alice, voungevt
daughter of the Ute Capt. Thos. Gay, of Fifeh.re,
JuN'tS. At Newton, Mass., May at, iS85, after a
sSort illness of pnsununla, Peter C. Jones, aged 76
I'he deceased was the father of Mr, P, C Jones, Jr ,
RICKARD. At llonoku. Hawaii, on lunc t. i82t,
J. S,t youngest ion of Mr. R. K. RkVard, ayed to
BISHOP !sfc COH
THE UNDKRSlGNKD WILL KECKIVK
MONEY AT THEIR SAVINGS
HANK UPON THE FOL
LOWING TERMS t
On suras ol Five Hundred Dollar or under, from
una pensou, they will pay Interest at the rata of fh per
cent, per annum, from data of receipt, on all sums thai
shall have remained on deposit three months, or hava
been on deposit three months at the iliac of BuLirtf up
(he yearly accouitts. No Interest will be computed on
fractious of dollars or for fractions of a mouth.
No interest will be allowed on uony withdrawn
within tore taoolhs from data of deposit.
Thirty days wxka must ba given at th Dank of an
latent Ion to withdraw any money J and tha iJeposiior's
Pass-book, must La produced at tha same tunc.
No money wUl be paid eacapi upua lb Pratt of tha
Depositor, accompaattd by tb twper Paas-nonk.
On th first day of Sptasba of ea.h year, tha
accounts wilt b toad up, and ustmt on all sum thai
shall hasa remained on deoU Uir tssoath or wort.
and unpaid, will La credited to tka tWpuskors, aod
froca that data form part ofxhrn prtsclpsd.
Sum of mora tbaa Tort. Huadrad Dollar dl La
rtveived, uibjctt to soackl aaeomeij.
TW Buk will La op amy day Ia tb wawk eatep
&- ftiSMOf CO.
i. Aedrau Aatwnen, w act w iwauilk be aa,
uL" -T-ggi , XMNA J&HA3I
. nte .evert! a sew serf, bmu UfiBK.
VtktU, Km llui. We Hi H-H
No, BTJ f rotftl Strict,
The new Parlors, containing tttrn PutVAti
Koriwc. haseltrn Tetfnitv dcroratnl and furnished,
ml will t Wpt as a rlm-cuH resort. Ihc
CELEBRATED ELITE ICE CREAM
Will Ire nude with pure and tltlicfoiu flavoring!
fan,, Ltmin, Ormift, p$nt Afrit, Slrtttvitrrj,
FtAthi AlMnit Ctffrt ttttut, tie.
SIIKIMIETS AND ICES,
In large s-arietj
Sci-red wlili CnVe maJe on the Premlw.
Ice Cream Irtn1c made teonlet in any tft.
Soil Water. Ginger Ale anl TaSilI lemonade.
Ron RUT ftlioiCMt camlie received freh by every
Famui-m, Par tim, Mali and U'rnDiNr.i up.
I lied at tliort notice,
I .a J can tme their home made Creams frozen anJ
CaIim lialned Id order at reasonable jice.
A larxe aMortinrai of hIU, Coral, Volcanic Sief
men, lap and general Itland Curios, alwayton hand
at reasonable brlce.
II. J, HART,
iVbtrtietorofthe Flite Ice Cream Parlors,
King uplelejhone No. tfia 4&-3M
LADIES HAIR fiRESSlE
, Switches, Curio, Front Piooes,
All warranted Natural Hair.
iNtitinLK IIack Hair Nkti.
Ladie and ChiMrem Hair Cutting and Shampoo
ing at store or residence.
Lanxtry Half Cutting a Specialty.
All at San t rancixro Price.
140974 Fort Street Opposite Dodd'a Stables.
llw MERCHANT STRKET STATIONKRY
AND NhWS AflENCY of
Til OS. G. THRUM,
Has been consolidated with Ms
Fancy Goods and Bindery
tliuiness at his
Ioi-t St. Store,
i47-j 'HREWf R'S IILOCK.
ENNER & Co.,
Have re-opened at the old stand No gt Fort street,
with a new and carefully selected stock of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
Ladies would do well to call and etamtne our stock of
Bracelets, Brooches, Lockets, Earrings, etc,
which were especial!) selected to suit the
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to otder.
'I'he repairing branch of our business we regard as an
important one, and all jobs entrusted to us Mtlt
l executed u a nAnrer ol to onue
Of every description done to order. Particular atten
tion is paid to or !ers and job work from the
Has removed hU'stock from No 70 HOTEL STREET
No. 103 FORT STREET,
In tye Store formerly occupied by Mrs. WMLWilklnson
where can be found a large and sailed assortment of
Ladicn', Gentlemen's and Children's
BOOTS SC SHOES,
Also, all Hit and styles of
Ladles' Hoe French Kid Dutton Hoots,
Ladies' Common Sense Slippers,
Ocntlemen't Embroidered Velvet Slippers,
Gentlemen ' Dancing Pumps,
Lawn Tennis Shoes, etc
At prices which defy competition.
M3T New Importation fust received per Alameda
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No, 79 Tart MtrU Koaolofe,
IMFOftTRR AND DIAL IN
Vurfw, AttafhmHti, Oil clMil Aceaiorirm,
AGRN1 TON THR
Whiti and the LtOHTRuNNtNa New Hosts Machine,
Howard' Machine Needles, all kind
Con ice It's Silk, In all colors and Uit I
Barbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O.N. I, Machine Cotton.
ita, Dimrtifs MiaMt Cut laftr Pat Urn i
li! to Ririss,
Gun at 4 Swutiko Goooi,
Shot, Fowdrr, Cars,
MKKOHKXK HTOrKS, in aU aiaaa.
Sawwws Machine. Lock and Gun-Repautna promptly
attendd to, 440sa
Has just vecatved par Mariposa,
OUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
CU CheeH, Klu Salmon lull..., Cms CoUtsI
Ke, t'aimlr IW, Saluon fUct llread.
CrKken, laU. kulnt. Dried tWhet,
Uned Apricot, ftuiMe, Germta,
GmllfbruiR Oemb Hoaoy.
TaU. rnilts, lai
Wheal, Corn, I'm
uMcllie, t'mmtly tlutrt
Ami ituuiuUr dttktci tsdnutMeug. to alioo.
bkk will UtoUMk to toll tkellui. tt bulv
faction iiuraase.0. CHAS. HUSTACC,
TcbeAoM no. (iM-eie) in Kin, Scree
ouTOaveaas motkr op sals.
Br owloa of M. PHILLIPS A CO., the aaon-
easaai am oirtaw UMeutur. oi asonamaj,
'aiaejan ae. iM. made k MOoKS MAlC
A, af Waaaaa. lakust) i Oaktt, u ail K'
oaA ClaaataW abrea. cetlJaa riiaillini ia
atojaaaavi oaaal coalainad aa wt laas anaysawaaaaa
skanaf. laaa fetW V aaB, at aeelaW i i.lliai. aas
wlMeUaOAV, ia ifU da, of Ja. . at ..
ns Mv ikalaareAaa faa Hoaioledii. tik shAt otasM aiau or
2i i .t. . . v.. i.. a.a&i i l
afQaAm aaaa aieaiii tof assyal Paaaat Ms,
Oaja. aeaaaj ajeani tof assyal Paaaat Ms,
C. A 3.1M e4ceaaaJaasstB aaaaof Miaasa,
I sW aaaaa aiaealiei iiajafa4 to aakl Haeaa
alardaaJot W. A. WTIti of raoaadta
at baiaa the aaaaa M
, JUlAMtt, Ai
ASTLB A COOKE,
HoMoutur, H. I
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Consitttng of the unrivalled Paris St ft
The Moline Steel Uteakeri, and Furrowing PIo, Mo
line Steel I'lowS-all sires I lanet, Jr , Cult..
valors, Dirt Scrapers,
John DmiVs Gang Plows,
Planters Hoes of the test rnaVee
DISSTONS CLLKHRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order. Ames Shovels and Spades,
Uaden lloes. Canal Harrows, Ox
Itows, Voices, Chains, rn;e
Sugar Mill Requlremtnts.
SUGAR BAGS, 8UOAR KEGS,
Sjerm Oil, Cylinder. Iard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, PI irnuago. At
tzr? ilt-2'. Disston's and
b and J. Filet, all sues and
kinds. Steam Packing. Flat
and Round India KulSer,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Max Packing, India Rub
ber Hoe, i to 2 inch. Pipe
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished. Machine
IJ0I11, all suet, Cold pressed
Mack smith's. Engineer and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pit
Cutters, Winches, 8 im.h to
4 inch. Anvils, Vices, 1 ube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American liar Iron and tool
btect, Ilutldcrs Hardware,
all kinds and styles. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boded. Small Paints in
Oil, In farce variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. &c,
Whitinr. German Window
asstd sues, Manila Rope
No. t and a Flour, No, 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Susrar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from tha Factory
Pure English Spices. Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The i'af
atm Krrowenr Oitt lfiM' Om-
rriMfftif fefMiNfa, wen, imwer
(VjHwfl and Cnnva Brake jnst at
hwd,Bik Steam PumpVJ,Pack.
Lnjr. fcc, Silk Bolter F.ed, Jnic. or
IdoUsMa. Irricmtlue t.Vuu Pojaps
Weston's Patent Centrifugal, Compltte,
AL0 ON CONSIONMRKT
California Hay, Itarles, Potatoes, barrels
. . Vr I t w' r II .t-
saimon, nun, uucmos diuiuic iur uumn
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Gal vanned Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
f t I. !.-... fT,.... ....... STetmilu
vumin, nvwiicu, rvcuiuifcujii s,unijhj. . jt
Wilson Machines, the best assoitment to be found.
and at Bottom Pnces.
New Goo by avary arrival from BngUnd, Naw
( VIS MN -. 1SW.W
1 Naw Traetlom aUs 8lwrM wwar.
Orders from th. other Iilandl filled .1 Beit Kates autl
with dlilcb -lao-asi
CONTRACTOR ud BUILDER.
STEAM fLAlflNU MILLS
Manufacture all MnJi of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Tarmlao aertaU, aaa hmauS aawlas.
,. ,ie t T uiwv. r.
All kinds of rWnincanl Sa.'uif, MurtUU,, and Tea
t oaiog (
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Ordees from lb. other ItUads aoliciled. tAo-esa
H. I. NOLTE. PROPRIETOR.
Bagttaaaaour. o lit friends juad saw pUc In ,en
aral isuu tha abora Saloon rjewrVJea
I aair'a gtViia
COXSTAKfL, ON BAD.
T Ktwyiai Pam,
ia aaar ataM daiar, ara Raeaaaaaasaaia aaa, W aaai
aal yM. . mM. - -...- v
rioea, j A. at.. Ill ia r. it.
Tha toe el
If Mini I alak tha eaaaaaVahajeaaa, vhar. lovea of
,H M- ' "SI?'
I have receired Instructions to ctTer at
pttbTic a (ft Ion,
O.V MONliAY, JUSK ISth,
At ti octock hoot, at my Satesrimm, Queen St
Premises at Kukanaka, Honoitis,
r .1... ..t I !.. t Mil. a. . .... I.I
"ii me wtMiy ftuif u, 1 tuna lrtfi, juw uviow
Khool Street, bing a portion hf lnnd Commission
n""NM nu iuti 1 Mlf m tO. MB IO I iiisina,
containing an arsa of 19 too acre, wiih frontage of tot
feet on Lilihi Street
On the lot, which Iswrll supplied with Fruit and
Ornamental Trees, are twj cottages In gol repair,
$2f PElt MONTH,
1M rtfrtyis !n tin fieitihlr! ptrtuf the city.
Its racllitictfor drainage being perfect, and cominimll
a delightful view of the city end tinrlur
AV3T Terms llatfC.li.
:. r. AIM MS, Aurtioiirir.
I liate receded Instructions to offer it I'ullic Auc
os moxuay, juxi; Jr,n,,
At t o'clock noon, at my Salesroom, Queen Street,
that valuable piece of property on Iterstanla Street,
"THE FYFE PREMISES,"
And occupied by Mr. GirTard.
The lot has a frontage on Ileretania Street of 75 feet
and a depth of 933 feet, with entrance from Young
The rtuddings cowUtof l.arj;e Duelling House,
Stables and Out houses.
Possession given on August 1st. 1 be premises are a
present rented nt $40 per month The above premises
will be ottered at an
UPSET PRICE OF 34.000.
K. I'. AUAil.1, Aurtlonrrr.
We arc Complete Outfitters for Men. Indies and Children of all ages, and
all stations in life.
Residents of the Hawaiian Islands
large Illustrated Catalogue, descriptive
Sent free, Post paid to any Addresw.
- ' i
We aim to have our pricpS lower than those of all other "Dealers. Cus
tomers who order from us through the mails, get the same goods and prices, as
if present at our counters.
Small orders filled with the same care and attention as large ones. c
400, 402, 404, 406, 408,
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front!
Lar-c Invoice, of C00.U (of all dncriptloni) having
keen received by me the,
WILL BB SOLD AT LOWER PRICES.
Than the tarn, quality of Good, can be porchaaad alea.
where in H ouolulu and aatUfaaion guaranteed. My Mock
con.lM. of all kinds of American, Euflish and Sydney
Saddles, Belts, Pouchas, Lrf lnf s,
Snddlt Clotks, School Bags. Etc.,
Bite, Span Bud Stbrups.VBtc.,
In Nickel anaVSllv.r Mala.
im nipiuuiii ii m nunc mnuc nmipTC r ,
For siwrineiiy of wcekasatahl, and taaieeUI'rfeaains aocluvUen(ed dwtng wy aU yaara rtakkiat.. kettTT
Thukful for ihe'tenerout paironafa of tha pati, Us cotutnuaiica and Inciian In ike) Ikaseja lataassitllbll,
solicited at the old stand.
Canaar tsff FeMS
IMPORTERS ANU, JOBBERS OP ALI.E1ND8 OP
Grocerien, Provision ami Jrtnluee.
KU Mackerel. Klu Salioon Belllee. Ekt
tilt imibu. iuiu owmi iwvmm vwm. vmw.h iiwy . mtm e.H. ,
Worcester Sauce, (in kef), Califomia Cider Viaenr, (eatfca and kea.), Uriad Aisles, Peackjea, Bit.'
CairfornU lable RatOna, Aawtad Muta. Auonl TakU aaj pit rrultv JawaVl ieeEaL -
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
CALUOKNIA FKESI1 FKUIT AND
Wlllon sre ontstvu jtwee, aamairasva Ktsiasta ir Vta. 3 . ..wt1
CKk.ek AUMia ewes
Scuteael Paclln( Co., K. I. Bowan't Saede,
R. LEW, (btxcaaaor
" THIS HAHMitUT HAND HMMtfADK riMK XXTUWVMqjm-
4V Ooodt dtHvead to any nut of lU cky tree of
pcr orricE aox no. t.
QT. SSATTHESr KALL. SUN 1UTM. CAl.
At itvjfoJwm. mmr.
I iwyja. to tnakaaiaaM vithayiof Saa kiaaao. eaulktli l Vail Ejsajhta. laaMLTsB St aSasssasaaW
Rc Mass laavasmeeait Mat aVMaMMi hat, aas, aaViaaja
Sar. ASMaSa laSS SSMMsaVhaaVaaaV
MR It r. I)!LLINOHAMhasIninittedsnalooiTe
for private sal a portion of his splendid
Ob kftuii ud Biarirn Stink,
IOT NO 1. Isii ffft front anJ yw feet deep,
with a Fme,Hou and Outbuildings, Stable, Camags)
Houie, etc, upon It, and Is the property lately occta
pled by Rev. J. A. Cruran. Hie House li rompara
tivly n.ir, Is ft fine order and will b open for tnspec
tion f any person desiring to View it, Th upet
price for this splend'd plee of prcverty will be $4,500.
Onr-fourth Cih, Jlntttttee in t, 9 and 3
YrnrMf trtth tnUrett ! 7 pr etmt
LOI No, 1 ts oi) ft by ton ft t upet ict li,jt t
I OT No. 3 Is Sj ft by xj ft t upset retire $r,yw wi
LOT No. 4 Is Bj ft by no ft J upt price $!, o
LOI No. 3(475 ft by too ft; upset price $t, u
XXl No. 6 Is 75 ft by too ft t upset price $r, 04
LOT No. 7 is tv ft by sua ft upset price $f,ouu 04
LOI No. 8 is Eo ft by too ft ; Ujfift price $r,orx ut
I.O I No. 9 Is 80 ft by tuoft ! upset price $i,ogo 00
And upon the same terms as for Iot No. 1, so that
pj)mentcan b very easily met.
A plan of these lots can be seen at the auction room
The new 1 ramwa), for which a Charter as recently
granted by the Legislature, will brine; this Property
w.thm tt minutes of th Post Office and will naturally
increase its value. We Invite an elimination and In
spett km of the lots as they are well sltnated and very
k, r. a n.4 Htt
A hi'cul Meeting of tli. I'RKSS I'UM.ISIIINO
COMI'ANV, (limited). ill be held SATUKDAV,
IUNI. i, 1635, in the KdttorUI Office of the balunUy
I'reta. I he meeting J culled In order to lay
lefore the stockholder titans for Hill further a
lending the incrtadng hu.incMof the conipans.
R. S. SMITH, STtrl
Honolulu, Ma) 19, 18S5.
will find it of advantage to send for our
of the latest stjlcs in
Baby Carriages, Draperies,
Boots and Shoes, Fancy Goods,
Trunks, Etc., Etc., '
Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc.
Silverware, Etc.,' Etc.
WEINSTOCK & LUBIN,
K ST., SACRAMENTO, CAl.
SBBBBaassW I 'ABbS '"
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ial Xia JtfaaSa.
and Provision Cor p
Satokna Hali'-a. Klis HIU
1M4 CATCH, (BMa. asv4 hstfBMs
-. If ar.'-'J
HUTTKR BV l'KRv'sTMaWlLj' I y-
thai,. Iteaad Ordeta .. tjtattel tarf
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