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Section 24 prohibits moving build
ings along tho streets, etc., without
permission from tho Minister of
Section 25 says no person shrill
fly kite8 in or upon nny street, lane,
ally or sidewalk.
Hep. Dickey did not 'want to for
bid boys playing, provided it did
not inconvenience anybody. Ho
moved to add, ''if by so doiiur any
person is inconvenienced."
Noble Bishop said the com
mittee had carefully considered tho
section, deciding that it was advis
ablo to 'prohibit kite-flying on the
Htreets, as being liablo to frighten
Rep. Dolo wished to stand up for
tho small boys, and moved to strike
tho wholo section out. Sometimes
smnll boys were a nuisance and
frightened horses, but tho streets
wero mado just as much for smn1
boys as anyone else. Those who
icad tho Dililo would remember that
it spoke of boys and girls playing in
the streets of tho Now Jerusalem.
Let them not drive tho boys and
girls into the back slums to play.
Rep. Castlo said the committeo
know Mi. Dolo's tenderness for boys,
nnd so modified the section iiom
tho original. It was tho lion. Noble,
Mr. Bishop, who suggested striking
out tho prohibition of other games
and only drawing the line at kite
flying, and ho saw in his eye at tho
timo a gleam of concern for Mr.
Rep. Paohaolo was in favor of
tho section ns in the original,
which forbado engaging in any play
or' gamo on the street or hine, and
spoke of peril both to the publio and
to children fiom tho latter playing
on or close to tho streets. Ho mov
ed tho section pass as it originally
Tho section 'as amended by the
Section 26 provides a penalty of
not less than 85 nor more than 825
for offendcis under sections 19 to
25, both inclusive. Passed.
Section 27 gives jurisdiction to
Police nnd District Judges for en
forcing the act. Passed.
Section 28 sets forth that nothing
in tho act shall conflict with laws or
regulations for the fire control or
management of the "fire limits of
Rep. Castle moved an amendment
to provide that the act should apply
to the towns mentioned therein,
within limits to bo prescribed from
time to timo by tho Minister of Inte
The section passed as amended,
also the 29th, being the linal one,
the enacting clause and the title.
The bill wns then passed as amended
and appointed to bo lead a third
time on Saturdny next.
On motion of Rep. Brown, at
4:45, the liousc adjourned till 10
Wednesday, June 30th.
Tho Legislative Assembly was
opened with prayer by the Chaplain
at 10 a. m., the President, Hun. J.
? S. Walker, in the chair. The follow
ing members wcie present at the
calling of the roll : Ministers Gibson
andGulick; Noblo Maitin; Reps.
Keau, Amara, Brown, Kaulin, Ka
ulukou, Pallia, Nahnle, Nahinu,
Kr.uhano, Kckon, Kalua, Kaukau,
Thurston, Paehnolc, Kauai, and
Falohau. A quorum was obtained
at 10:17 by the arrival of tho fol
lowing members: Reps. Knuna
ronno, Hayselden, Wight, Kauhi,
Richardson, and Aliolo, and Noble
Kullieiiini. The minutes of last
meeting were read and confirmed.
Rep. Brown presented the follow
4 Whereas a resolution duly passed
this house in tho month of May lust,
requesting His Majesty's Ministers
to furnish an itemized account of
tho indebtedness of the Government,
and whereas no such account has
"Thercforo bo it resolved that the
further consideration of tho Appro
priation Bill bo deferred until such
account is furnished."
He said the reason he brought in
this resolution was that they were
now in consideration of the Appro
priation Bill, passing items for the
Interior Department, and he under
stood that the pi incipnl part of tho
indebtedness had been contracted in
that Department. They also had
introduced a loan bill by the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, and the
committeo to which it was referred
had made no report upon it, nnd the
reason was that tho commute also
wanted to know tho indebtedness of
tho Government. The house wanted
to know exactly the status of tho
Government. They wanted it so
that they might mako such appro
priations as would meet tho in
debtedness. If they did not know
tho amount of tho indebtedness of
this kingdom, they could not mako
provision to meet it, and in that way
tho wholo work of this kingdom would
bo clogged. And tho sum of in
debtedness, lie was informed, was
bearing a rate of interest w hich was
rather high for a Government to
pay,' nnd n higher late than tho
bonds which tho Hawaiian Govern
ment hud Bold aliroad. He thought
if tho Government's bookkeeping
wns in such a stnto that they could
not find out the Government's In
debtedness sinco the 1st of May to
the present time, this house should
find it out. Thero was a subsequent
resolution by tho hon, member for
g'lL UI-JJI J J l- .JUUUI 'ilil
Lahalne. (Mr, Kalua) pmoed, which
was mure definite nnd explicit, and
stated a time in which it should bo
answered. If members of the Par
liament of England were ticated
in this way, the Ministry would
linvo n vote of censure passed on
them before thoy knew what they
wcie talking nbotit. It was time
either one of those resolutions was
nnsweied to show tho house tho ex
act position of this Government.
They wanted to appropriate enough
money to cany on this Government
for the next two years, but they did
not want to appropriate money un
less they knew that it was enough to
pay the debts of the Government,
and that the debts would be paid,
lie therefore thought that this was
the only way in which they could
get that statement, by refusing to
vote money till they got It. Tho
House of Representatives has tho
purse strings of this nation, and ho
said thoy should not give this Gov-,
eminent one cent till it complied
with their request.
Rep. Kalua endorsed the resolu
tion and remarks of the hon. mem
ber for Koolauloa. He. did not
think ho ever saw tin Assembly
treated as this one. It made him
sick at the stomach to look at the
Ministry. Wlictievcru member got up
to ask questions, theie was a general
rctrcatof Ministers through that door.
Was it treating tho house properly?
Just as soon ns thoy reached the
appropriations in tho Department of
Interior the Minister was seen re
fronting. The Minister of Financo
had told In' m that tho country's
bonded debt wns $1,224,000, bit
there was a lnrgo nmount duo only
known in the Interior Department,
which ho (the Minister of Finance)
did not know nnytlung nbout. The
speaker had seen n paper the other
day, showing that there was one
debt of 130,000 payable on demand.
Rep. Thurston was in favor of the
resolution not because he was opposed
to passing the Appropriation Bill or
piogrcsslng with the business. Every
member of tho house knew that their
private business was suffering so
long as they wero attending to legis
lative duties. He favored the ieso
luliou for the purpose of facilitating
the business of the house, and get
ting through cailier than they other
wise would. If they considered tho
situation thoy would observe that it
was self-evident that they must have
that information if thoy were to
mako any progress whatever. A
main object for which the House
meets is to look into the financial
condition of the tountry and to
nmuige for the finances of tho king
dom for the next two years. If the
Government owed debts they had to
advise together to find means to
meet those debts. The debts of the
countiy were not debts of the Min
istry ; the Legislature owed them ;
thoy weic the debts of their consti
tuents. He concluded with an
ngument that common business
piiuciplcs dictntcd that the house
should be fully informed of' the
financial position of the country.
Rep. Kaulukou moved that the
consideration of tho resolution be in
definitely postponed. It was very
evident that the Government was in
debt. The Minister of Finance in
his rcpoit said that the Government
debt was over n million dollars.
There was tho information. The
Nobles absented thcmsolvcs from
the houso because they were sore
headed from the loss of office. The
Scrgeant-nt-Anns should serve it
warrant for the arrest of thoso
Rep. Aholo favored tho resolu
tion, .vhich he thought a good one.
Information should be given, but he
hardly thought tho Appropriation
Bill should be postponed. The other
day thoy postponed tho considera
tion of that bill for a short timo bc
cauoo the Minister of Interior was
not present. But to day the Minis
ter was there, thercforo there was
nothing to prevent tho consideration
proceeding. Thoy wero considering
items in tho Interior Depaitment,
nnd nny information they wanted
the Minister would furnish. Every
ono knew before the election that the
Government owed certain debts, and
there was a great deal of talk about
that matter. The Minister of Fi
nnncc in his report had stated what
tho amount of indebtedness wns.
(Rep. Dickey It is not true.) Ho
heaid someone behind him say it
was not true. Ho thought a minority
of the Finance Committeo made some
statement on that point, but prob
ably tho Minister stated tho debt so
far as ho knew. If they postponed
tho Appropriation Bill they would
prolong the session and hamper
some of the departments of Gov
ernment. The proper course was
for tho house to proceed with the
Appropriation Bill and at the same
time consider the request from tho
tin one to reduce expenditures.
They owed a million dollars, but
pi obably a great deal of it was not
due, and perhaps tho people to
whom it was due would not now
accept payment. If tho 'indebted
ness of tho Government outside of
bonds nmountcd to 8130,000 they
might pei haps pass an act author
izing tho Minister of Finance to pay
it off. If 8130,000 was what they
wero frightened, about they might
mako borne provisions to meet It.
How wero thoy going to meet that
indebtedness by postponing the
Appropriation Bill? Ho thought
the lesolutions wero a little Inmo nnd
i incomplete in being addressed to tho
Minister ot Junnnce. (Hop. mown
Mine was to His Majesty's Min
ister.) If the last one was to all
tho Ministois, pei haps thoy should
have tho information before now.
Ho thought if tho resolution asked
each Minister to btato what was
owing in his own department, then
if thoy failed to comply with it ho
would say it was very bad conduct
on their pnrt. They all know thnt
the health of the Minister of Finance
was poor. "When he came there ho
hnd great difficulty in speaking.
Ills voice did not sound natural.
The member for Lahaiim said the
Ministe" of Financo told him out
side that tho country owed over a
million dollars. What inoro informa
tion did the hon. member want?
The speaker wns not in favor of
postponing the Appropriation Bill.
Tho discussion was continued by
Brown, Dole, and Kaunamauo until
12 o'clock, when, on motion of Rep.
Keau, the house took a recess till
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880.
.In no U0
Bk O O Wliltinoro from Port Townsend
Stmr Mokulll fiom Moloknl
Selir Wnilclc fiom Kuan
SchrMoI AVnhlnc put back
Stmr JnsMnkee for Wniaiine, Kapna &
Kilauea this 0 r. M.
Bk Hope for S.m Francisco
Selir I, uka for Koholalule
Selir Catcrlna for YVnimnunlo
Schr Nettle .Mcirlll for Luliiilna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Australia for San Finnelsco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Rigl, .opll
ItkStarof Devon, MockclH
Itutiio Morning Stnr. Turner
Fr cer f ammonia, Ainartl
Hilt Ilk Lapwing, Do (Jruchy
Haw schr Jennie Walker, Audeion
Am bk Hope, lnhnllow
Am hktuc O C Funk, Gla-cr
Ger schr Mary O Uolim, Moberg
SS Austi.illa, Webber
German baik Furst Bismarck, from
Bremen, due June 1-20.
Brit bk Blrtuali, Jciuis, from Glas
gow, title June 'J.VIIO.
Brit bk Islo of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July w-ai.
Am bkEdwmd May, Johnson, from
Boion, ilno August 20-31.
H ifiMS Bismarck, from Auckland,
NZi via Samoa, tlue April 20-30
II I G SI S Gnclsenau, fiom Auck
land, N Z, via Samoa, duo Apill 20-30.
II I G M S Olga, from Auckland, XZ,
via Samoa, duo April 20-30.
Bilt ship Amaua, from Liverpool, duo
llnw bi Ig Alllo Itowc, J Philips, fiom
Hongkong, due Juno 10-30.
S S City of Bio de Jnneho. from Snu
Funelseii, on rnnfo to Yokohama nnd
Hongkong, due July 8.
Am baik Amora, fiom Newcastle, X
S W, duo July 1-10.
Am bk F V Slcbcn, fiom Newcastle,
NSW, duo July 20-31.
Am bk Holilen, fiom Newcastle, X S
W, duo July 15-20.
Am bilg Siillnn, Blake, from San
Finnelsco, due at Kaliiilnl, June 20-20.
Bol baik Don Xieo1a, Boss, from
Poit Townsend, W T, due July 20-31.
It M S S Alnmcda (Am), II G Morse,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due July 3.
It M S S Mitraioi (Brit), James Kdle,
from Sau FiancUco, en route to the
Colonies, July 10.
Am selir Ida Schnaucr, from Eureka,
Cal, due nt Kahulul, July 20-30.
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wind
ing, from Snn Finnelsco, duo July 4-10.
Nlc bk Blmijlo, Ilowaul, from De
parture Bay, B C, duo Juno 25-30.
AmschrDoin Bluhm, Bliihm, from
Poit Townsend, duo nt Knhului, July
Am schr John G Xoith, Moore, from
Port Townsend, due at Mnhukonu, July
For Windward Forts, per Kinau, Juno
20 Colonel Clans Spreekels, Miss B
Parke, Miss Severance, Miss K Lewis,
Miss Wells, Miss Lowiuy, Miss Minnie
Brown, L C Lyman, E W Austin, Bcnj
Baldwin, E Hitchcock, Miss Grace Pot
ter, MM Knty Hinds, W Y Horner,
Miss Allco Kenton, Mr Kenton, Miss
Emma Benton, Miss Kapcla, II Webb,
MCiowcll, J luua and wife, and 100
For llnniakua, Hawaii, per Kilauea
Hon, Juno 2!) K A Lyman, Jr, II J
Lyman, Miss Lyman and 12 deck.
For Kauul, per Iw.iluni, June 20 Mr
Huigrcucs, JM Monsarint, wife, child
mill two servants, C E Foster, Musters
Dole (2), Miss Dole, Xormnu Hulbort,
MUs Giueo Robertson nnd 80 deck.
For S.m Francisco, per Hope, Juno
30 L T Kcmike and II Ghambcihiln.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Wallele 1,200 bags of sugar.
Tho bilg Iicne sailed yesterday after
noon for Sau Finnelsco.
The tchooner Wuilelo will lecclvo a
new rudder to-monow.
Tlio schooner Walmnlii took this after
noon about 40,000 feet of lumber anil
COO K W posts for Knliiilul, Mnul.
Tho baik C O Whltmoie, Captain
Thompson, ai rived tills .morning, 21
days fiom Poit Townsend, with 0M,
025 feet of lumber and 50,000 lashs.
Tho bark Hope sailed this aftei noon
for San Kranelico with 14,355 bags of
sugar, valued at $75,500.
Kapioi.ani Bnth Houso, the only
resort in the city
All kinds of bnth-
PiOTimn Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regiltlt'd, etc. King Bros'. Art .Store.
Chahlky denrl You don't forget
to In ing mo homo of those nice
French candies arrived per Australia,
for tho Elite Ice Cream Bailors.
1)11. FMSI'H HlSAIlT ltKMKIIY ib 11
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease mid also for Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Circulntion. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith lfc
Co., Agents. 351
. -w-..-, . , . . i , i i , i . , ;
.T. A. OftfllAT..VT!S ! mmn flni
photographs of tho base ball clubs
tho lunch on tho grass, and o'hei
views taken nt the Union Picnic
Juno lllli. Also views of Kawalnlmo
Chtirnli mill Pimm of tho lineal Iwnnn.
steads of the city. Tho pictured can
be liutl ut tl o . M. U. A. looms. CI
Patiiokize Home Industry b buy
ing cigars of J. W. Ilingloy, tygur
Manufacturer, nt the Crystal Jotla
Works, where ho is prepared to filill
orders nt the lowest possible wlnlc
salc prices. Island orders solicit d
nnd promptly filled. The nttcntk
of dealers is respectfully invited U
tho fact "no license is required" tc
sell these cigars. Do not forget the'
naino J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tim Crystal Soda Works nro man
ufacturing cider from npplo fruit.
Tub P. O. Savings Bank will open
to-morrow for the transaction of busi
ness. Tub bark Hydra sailed last eve
ning for Hongkong with 181 Chiueso
A nkw unlive chinch has been
built on ICiikuiiko load, near the im
Mbsskh. O. W. Maefurlano it Co.'s
credit sale will bo continued to-inoi-iow
morning nt 10 o'clock.
Dividends are the order of "tho tiny
for most of this wcck,'inj is apparent
from our advertising columns.
Tub Minister of
prompt in rctulcrinJ
the owners of the Kn
ing the sunken vesse
bioluni for rais-
, and the own-
ers nro grateful.
A itBGUi.Ait mcctingjof tho Trustees
of the Honolulu Libriry and Bend
ing Boom Association will bo held ut
the Library ball, on Tursdnv evening,
nt 7 :30 o'clock.
Eni.s arc kept under tho King's
bont house nnd nro regulnily fed by
the keeper. When His Majesty
wants a tlict of eels, a box with 'sev
eral holes in it nnd containing bait is
lowered and-a number of those long,
slimy, wiggle-wuggle, nice eating
cientures nro caught.
Tub usual Wednesday evening
services will be held at tho Cathedral
und'Fort-stieet churches this even
ing. At the Lyceum, tho standing
committeo of thu Bethel Union will
meet nt 7 o'clock; the pastor will
address the prayer meeting on tho
Lord's Supper, mid tho monthly busi
ni.au n,iMi;(, nt i.. Cr,.,li,l Union
will be held nfter the other services.
A HKAitcii was made yesterday for
the lost steamer Knpiolani. Parties
in a small sail boat cruihcd near
where tho steamer went down last,
and near tho reef where she might
have drifted, but no traces of her
wero discovered. Sho hnd lntely re
ceived it new boiler nnd was thor
oughly overhauled and renovated at
no trilling cost. She was vnlued nt
$3,500 anil nil hopes of her iccovory
have been relinquished.
Mu. 11. J. Nolte deposits tho re
ceipts of tho Beaver Saloon in it new
cash-box which is ouo ot the most
ingenious contrivances on lccord.
Coins of different denominations nro
dropped into thu box through differ
ent slits in thu top. Itows of knobs,
like the stops of an organ, on the
lower edgo, nro stamped o, 10, lo nnd
so on in multiples of f( up to 100.
When change is wanted, the knob on
which the required sum is stamped
is touched, and tho exact nmount is
counted inside and dropped through
a spout into nn outside pocket.
The British bark "Star of Devon"
was soltl at auction yestciday by E.
P. Adams & Co. Tho upset prico
wns $3,500 nnd tho vessel was knock
ek down, with boats, sails, nnd furni
ture, nt that figure to Mr. P. Duller.
Tho vessel is of oak timbers mid cop
per fastened. Sho was lukon in
charge by Captain Lovell this morn
ing, and will bo put in readiness for
n voyage to the South Sea Inlands in
July next. Although tho vessel leak
ed while on her way hero from New
castle, she tloes not leak now, ami
thu repairs to her will not be expen
sive. She will sail undor the Hit
...I- m m -
The schooner Moiwnhino returned
this morning in a damaged condi
tion. She was between Molokai and
Lauai at II :30 Inst night, nnd wns
standing to tho wind, when a steamer
supposed to be the Jas. 1, Dowsctt,
stiuek the Moiwnhino on -the port
ipimtor. The steamer was traveling
at the rate of about 10 knots per
hour, mid although' Captain Staples
of the schooner called out to tho
steamer and changed bis course, the
blow could not bo warded off. Captain
Staples Miys it wns not very dark and
he plainly saw the stemnor, but tlid
not think at first there would be a
collision. Thu Moiwahiuc's damages
nro extensive Her Bide wns cut into
by the steamer's bow to within two
streaks of tho water's edge. Five of
her stanchions of oak were broken,
as was also her sail. The whole after
pnrt of the schooner wns strained.
After the collision tho stennier stop
ped ut nbout 100 ynrtlB tlistuneo to
ascertain tho nature of tho damages,
and then wont on. Tho Moiwahino's
freight is being transferred to the
schooner Luka, so that the damaged
vessel may bo repaired immediately,
In Russia it is never asked "What's
in a name?" It is taken for granted
that it's tho whole alphabet. Bing
It is now positively staled thnt
Miss Folsom (Mrs. Cleveland) is it
Democrat. We nro glad of it. It
is un encouraging sign to sec n
Democrat put in olllco now ud (hen,
THE J, I. DOWSCTT FOUNDERED.
Tho steamer "Mokolli enme back
this afternoon with the captain nnd
crow of the steamer Jas. I. Dow
sett. The Dowsett sank in Molokai
Channel two hours after striking the
Mol Wiihino. The water got into
her engine room and put out the
fire. Sail was set and the steamer
headed for shoie, but she filled and
sank before tho beach could bo
reached. No lives lost.
MR. CIBSOH'S STATEMENT.
This nfiernoou His Excellency
Mr. Gibson, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, made a full statement,
verbally, of the indebtedness of the
Uo eminent. Outside of 81,225,
00 mentioned in the report of the
Minister of Finance, 8170,000 wn
l'"B to Mcssis. W. G. Irwin & Co.
nopen account. About 820,000
wa&uayable on account of tho now
polio building. Resides those
nmou3 there were minor sums men
tioned'u departmental reports, but
no otlicidcbts that he knew any
thing iibojt. i t0 course of his
remarks sHted that last Monday, he
had tentk-cd his resignation
to His Mnjiity, but His Majesty
had requested him to remain in his
position. Mr. Srown said thnt the
object of the resolution being attain
ed ho wished to withdraw his reso
lution. Itep. Kaulukou objected to
the withdrawal, nnd insisted on tho
main question being put. This was
done, and the motion to indefinitely
postpone thu resolution carried.
Speaking of Hies, a llurlington
baseball player says. "They como
high, uut we must have tliem."
Burlington ! ree Press.
A man in Toledo, Ohio, under
took to swallow twenty-six raw eggs
and it corresponding number of
di inks of whisky, but died shoitly
after the twenty-secoml had been
disposed of. When will people learn
that i.tw eggs arc unwholesome?
"Has anything been discovered
yet that will bring the dend to life,"
ttsked tho Snake Kditor. "Not that
I know of; why?" said the Horse
Edjtor. "Oh, nothing; only I see
that efforts aro about to bo mado in
various States to revive the Green
back party." Pittsbuig Chroni
cle. GA11D of THANKS.
nPHE undersigned, owners of tho
JL steamer Kaplolnni, hereby beg to
tender our iluuks to
His Exoellenoy C. T. Gulick,
yinUlor.of the Interior, for granting
the use of the steam iuj;3 jJiou uud Polo,
nnd to thu
Super'dent of Public "Works & Others
who assisted in floating our steamci, re
cently sunk off lVurl llnrbor.
SAMUEL CD WIGHT,
JOHN DE FBIBS.
Honolulu, JutieiiO, 1830. It
Crystal Soto forte
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sola, Lcmpnntle, Sarsapnrilln,
Fruit Syrups nnd Essences nnd
mndo from tlio pure Applo fruit, 11 of
which wo gunnintce to be the best.
SS?" We nlso invito parties intending
(timing stores for tlio salo of Iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going clsowlicrc.
Tlie Crystal Sola Works,
P. O. Box 1197, Honolulu.
ADIVlDLNDof ."S percent. pcrSlinro
is duu ur.d puyablnto the Stnck.
holders of thu Ivoloa Sugar Co. ut the
olllco of II iliickffld & Co. nn Junn 30,
18H11. J. F. I1AOKPELI),
O'l BI Treasurer.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND of $3 n
Sluiro is due nnd pnynblo upon
Un Stock of thu Hawaiian Agricultural
Cu , ut tlio tdllto of (J. Brewer it Co.,
TO-MOHltOW, Ibo t'Olh June. Per
order, JOSEPH O. CARTER.
Secretary Hniuiiian Acricullural Co.
Honolulu, Juno 20, 181. 00
AQUAKl'ERLY DIVIDEND of 2 a
bhnie is tlue nnd puuble mmn
the Slock nf the C Brewer '& Co., TO.
MORROW, Junu BOlli, at tho olllco of
the Company on Quern stivot.
Sicretnry O. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Juno 2', 18J-0. CU
AFI R8T.OLASS ASSISTANT MILT
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
r7 tf H. S. Sachs, Proprietor.
npiIE undiiihlKiietl hereby gives notice
X liutl he has piirehiibed from Mr.
W. W. Wi lKht nil of thu said W. W.
Wright's Iniurest in the Arm of WhIU
man & Wright, and no iccelpts or obli.
gallon nn bthulf of the mid linn will,
trout this date, he valid except signed
by 8. M. W1HTMa!n.
Honolulu, June 18, 1860. 00
j.fHii i biiii
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol nnd 3 JTovt Street.
Wo arc pleased to nnnounce the arrival of our immense laigo Invoice of
Dry GoouS, Fancy Ms, Laces, lint,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
nnd aro now oilerlng unpicccdenttd and umltnlleJ Bargains iu nil ourdcportm'u
Letting Down the Price.
JttfffSt tt atee VSR
figured nnd brocaded, white PiqSe nnd a full line of Drcis Go effi, tL ffMmi!
Lace 35o4r,les ladies' Tricot OJ-
in all the new shades; 4U . . , , , . ... .. ",.
tho best vnlUtes I.lslc Thread Hofo i Jfi cent,
Clothing Department. ..
Just received, nil the latest stvlba In Hoys uud Children's Hulls; Great Bargain,
Boys Blue Flnncl Sailor Biills nt $2.00 a Suit. Just received, direct from
which wo offer at
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN nniounts of $100 nnd upwards.
Good security required. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Ontf 42 Merchant street, Honolulu
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. Cartwrlght, Sr., (he
duly appointed E editor nuii TiihIco of
the Inst will and testament of Emma
Knlclconalnni, deceased, nnd under
license of the supreme Court or the
Hnwalinn Inlands, sitting ns a Court of
Probate, we mo directed to sell nt pull
He miction, nt our Salesroom, in Hono
tho tith Day of July, 1886,
nt 12 m. of that day, nil the right, title
nnd Interest of the said A. J. Cart
wright, Sr., ns such Executor and Trus
tee as aforesaid, and ull the right, title
and interest which the said Emma Ka
lclvonalanl had at the time of her de
cease, of, in nnd to thnt certain piece or
parcel of hind, known as the
situate in tho District nf Kona, Inland of
Knuni, nnd containing nn
Area of .'t.OOO Acre,
more or less, ns described in Royal Pa
tent No. -J512, Mahclo Award 43,
at the Upset Prico or Bum of $22,000;
nnd also that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Nuuami Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Ouhu, nnd known as
and being the premises formerly occu
pied by W. L. Green, Esq., as n private
EST For further particular's, npply to
A. J. Cartwright. Sr., or
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
49 td Auctioneers.
Burnt Out, but Not Dead !
Is now adjoining tho rear of
AS cnmplalnlB have ronrhed mu of
late from some of my customers
that they can purchase Hawnliiin-madc
Soap cheaper than I have been selling
it, I beg to state Hint I have nlwnys
transacted my business in fair nnd
straightforward wuy, chnrglnc thesnmo
price to nil alike, and selling at a
moderate rnte; mid ni the snmo time I
would inform my customers nnd tho
public that from nnd nfter this date my
r.:Icc will bo $1 per 100 lbs.
' T. W. RAWLINS.
1 Honolulu Sonp Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. 59
TVY a Portuguese and his wife, with.
JD out children, a situation iu tho city
orlts environs, in a gentleman's reel.
dcrVo, where tho man can mako linn
sclrt generally UBcful, by attending to
the juirdcn, taking ore of the animal,
liorsJa or cows, etc., whilst his wife will
attend, to tho washing and ironing and
other tores of the household. For refer
ences, Apply to
MESSRS. OONZALVES & CO
05 81 I Beaver Block, Honolulu.
i MAONEALE & URBAN No. 12 Safe
X in good order. Cost, 2 years ago,
new, $200. Sell for f ISO cash. 1 Up
right "Bordo" Piano in good order.
Cot, when now, $350. Will cell for
Apply ot once.
J. E WISEMAN.
General Business Agent.
THE GYMN1S1U.M PREMISES on
Fort street, lot 58 feet by 105 feet,
Building 80 fcetby 84 reel. Ihls Is a
very desirable nhiu for a prhaiu icsl
tlcnce or Lodging House, and will be
sold at a nnsonnulo figure. Inquire of
Treasurer Houolulu Athletic Ahsodu-
Mon, ) 60 lm
m m l . . i
bed - rock price j.
& CO., Proprietors.
Regular Cash Sale.
On THURSDAY, July 1,
at 10 a.m., I will sell nt miction, nt my
talcsiootne a general assortment nf
Also, Jewelry: nlio 1 Splendid Up
right Pi mo (now) cot in New
York f,0U, 1 Organ Melo.
deon in good Older, and
Sundry Effects from on In
By older of the British Consulate
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
6(12 I Aui'lloiio e r.
Tlio Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
Both volumes nrn ready for ddhcrv.
Thu press nil over the world speak iu
admirable terms of the books. Send
in your name to the undersigned and
secure a set.
Prices of the twrt volumes (complete
bcI) are as follows:
In One cloth binding, plain edges
Sll (in per set
In full sheep binding, Library
htjle, marbled edges.. .fll 00 per set
In fine half moiocco binding, mar
bled edges $13.00 pur set
In full Turkey morrocco, beveled
boards, full gilt back nnd
edgis $20.00 pei ret
In Hireo call '.7.00pcr "-el
.1. K. WISEMAN, Gencrnl IlusinesH
Agent of Honolulu, is our umliorlzed
Agent on the Hawaiinn Islnctls. flfi lm
By order of J. F. Hnckfeltl, Estj., thu
duly appointed Assignee of the Bank,
rupt Etftto of T. K. Clnrke of Klpuhulu,
Muui, acting under authority of mi or.
der of tho Suprcinu Court dated June 8,
1880, we nro directed tost 11 nt Publlq
auction, at our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, 8G,
nt 12 o'ulock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. llnckfeld as such
Assignee, of, In nnd lo the
situate ut Kipahuiu,,' Maul, heretofore
belonging to the said T. IC. Clarke
The said Plantation comprises alout
1000 acres of Land In fee simple, nnd
ubimt 1500 acres or Least d Land; there
nro nbout 7 SCO ucres of Land nvailnble
for cane cultivation j nbout 120 ncrts of
Plnut Cunc nnd about HO acres of 1 and
2 Rnttoons nro now growing for the
next crop to come off from, miv. Decem
ber, 18KI1, lo about Mny, ltS7. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 HorscB'and some
on tin Plantation nil bmndedTKC, aUo
Ahout 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mulo Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on n sugar plantation.
Tho lnrger part of thu Cane, when har
vested, can bo convoked to the mill by
Thero is a good MibMimtlal landing
bridge, In which tho Plantation holds a
half interest. Also, a ''Donkey Knglun
nnd Incline trnck connected with the
Tho Plantation is in good running
order nnd n now croji is being put in at
WSr Tho terms of tlio Sale aro CASH,
and tho Deeds aro nt tho expense of the
For nil further particulars npplv to
J. F. llnckfeld, Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UNNA nt Kipahuiu, Maui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
SI td Auctloacor.
CALEAN, cool, comfortable, furnished
I Rooms to let, nt moderutu rates, at
j 68 and 100 Hotel street