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Passed nt $5,000.
ltcpnlra Government Hulhllnga
eoutlnjjcnt ... $ 1.1,000
($12,000 In icvl'pd estimate.)
Pep. Uiown desired tin explana
tion. "Minister Oulick said thcic were
contingent appioprinlions for mi ions
blanches. Por instance, there luul
been So, 000 contiiucnt for (nidges
Inst period, which wns not enough to
build ono good biidgc when the
I-land of Kauai was" denuded of
bridges by a storm. If there hud
been ti sulllcient contingent ior pub
lic buildings, the Ciiitnin Ilous-j
would not have been allowed to go
Pop. Uiown moved $10,000. Re
counting amounls nlicnily voted for
particular buildings, he considered
this amount would be sulllcicnt.
The item as in the bill was reject
ed. Hep. Kaululcou moved S12,000,
which was losU
Passed at $10,000.
Rep. Brown moved to insert
nnd Lockup ut
That was one of the distiiels with
out a courthouse, and court had to
be held under a tree or in a China
man's shop. Tho Government had
the land and material, and SI,. 300
would put up as good a building as
the Ewa courthouse, which cost
Noble Walker said, on the autho
rity of the Judge of tho District,
that lawsuits wcie veiy raie theie,
and he therefore regaided the pio
posed expeiiditinu as unnecessary.
Minister Gulick said it would be
unfortunate if too small an amount
was voted, ami the people be de
piived of their courthouse.
Rep. Brown said he would make
a contract for $1,500, and if it cost
nnre he would pay it out of his own
Minister Gulick said if the lion,
member would do so on the plans
and specifications of the Evva court
house the wind was taken out of his
sails mid he had no morc-to say.
The item passed.
Rep. Nahale moved to insert
Courthouse and Lockup atXorth
Koua .' $1,500
Rep. Kaai moved to iusert
Repairs and Eul.irgemeut of
Courthouse and Lockup at
liana, Maul $1,000
Rep. Aholo said this would come
under head of repairs to Government
' Rep. Kalua agreed with .this, and
moved to insert
Rep. Kaai objected to his motion
getting the go by in this nii.nnor,
and proceeded to aigue the neces
sity of passing his item.
Rep. Kalua contended the liana
building was not in a very bad con
dition by any means, and moved
that $400 be granted, as amply sufll
cient. Rep. Richardson supported the
item for Hana.
The item passed.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to insert
Repairs on fence round .Tall anil
Courthoube at Wainira, Ha
Rep. Kauhano moved.'to insert
Courthouse at East Kuu. Hawaii. . $500
Rep. Kalua renewed his motion
for courthouse at Honuaula, which
Rep. Kaulukou moved to insert
Repairs of Couithoue in Dls
tiict of llllu, and building
Receiving Station in Iowa
of llilo 83,000
Rep. Aholo said it being 5 o'clock,
he moved the committee rise, which
The report of the committee of
the whole was received and adopted
by the Assembly.
Rep. Aholo moved a suspension
of the rules, to permit the Finance
Committee to present a report,
which carried, and he then pre
sented tho report which recom
mended the pas-age of tho bill
to amend chapter -M, laws of
187-1, relating to the encourage
ment of steam navigation. Adopted.
The same member then moved
the rules be suspended and the bill
read a third time. Carried.
Rep. Kalua moved that tho bill
Minister Neumann moved a sus
pension of the rules to havo the bill
taxing unclaimed lunds read b' its
title and referred to the Printing
Committee. Can led.
Rep. Kaulukou moved a suspen
sion of the mles to allow him to
present a report, which cauicil, but
the report was not presented, the
hon. member instead going to the
water cooler amidst general merri
ment. On t motion of Rep. Richardson,
tho house adjourned at 5:ifi till 10
TnuitsuAY, July 1, 188C.
The Assembly was opened at 10
a. m., with prayer by ihe Chtiplain.
Present: Hon. J. S. milker, 1'iesi-
dent; Ministers Gibson,
Kauoa and l).m; Nobles
Clcghorn, Kii.io, Kuiheliini and Mar
tin r Reps. Aholo, Kauiiamano, Ilay
seldeii, Baker, Lilikiilunl, Kauai,
Richardson, Ivtutt, Kmilii, Brown,
"Wight, Castle, Pallia, Kaulukou,
Thurston, Dole, Paehnolo, Kuulia,
Nuhale, Kcau, Kekoa, Kuuhanc and
Dlokfly, Tli b minute of hit rnttU
lug were lend by thu Beciotnry and
the Inlei preter and approved.
Minister Gibson said: Mr. Presi
dent, 1 nk the indulgence of tho
honorable Assembly to make a few
lemaiks. Yesterday afternoon tho
liitc Ministeis of the Clown tend
ered their icaigniilions as a body to
His Majesty life King, and I had tho
honor to receive thu commands of
ills Mnjcsly to form a new Ministry,
and my colleagues havo the honor to
lake their seats (his morning. I
venture on this occasion a few re
marks relative to my laic colleagues,
gentlemen well known to tills As
sembly, and I cannot do so without
expressing my logard for them as
gentlemen of high esteem, who wcro
well qualified for their impoitnnt
and responsible diuic3. But theie
were reasons which it is not neces
sary to state at this lime which
made it deniable in tho view of His
Majesty that they should retire. Of
the gentlemen whom it lias pleased
His Majesty to appoint it will not
be necessary for me to speak. They
will speak for themselves. One of
them (Gov. Paul Kanoa, Minister of
Finance) is well known to you, a
Hawaiian gentleman who has tilled
oltlco with credit to himself and
satisfaction to His Majesty. My
colleague His Excellency tho Min
ister of Foreign Affairs (Robt. J.
Crcighton) is a gentleman- of large
expeiicnco in public affairs else
where and a gentleman well quali
fied for the duties of his oflicc. My
colleague Ilis Excellency the Attorney-General
(J. T. Date) also had
laige expeiience, for three years
occupying an important olllce of
trust in the Stain of California, and
who has also had important legisla
tive experience in his own State.
But whatever our other qualifica
tions may he, I feel satisfied that
our work will be dillictilt indeed if we
do not meet with the coidial suppoit
and sympathy of the members of
this Assembly. The gentlemen occu
pying these seats with myself,
lecognizmg lully that we are living
under constitutional government,
and governed by law in every re
spect, are anxious to observe the
law and to govci n in compliance
with the law and constitution.
Theiefore, we shall endeavor to
meet with you to carry out the work
that is befoie us, work of legislation
and other work of Government, with
an earnest spirit and with a patriotic
desire for the welfare of the coun
Noble Bishop presented a report
from the Committee of Education.
1st, on a petition from Puuoliua,
Hilo, asking for the establishment
of a school theie, they recommend
to the Board of Education to open a
school at a point the most conveni
ent for the largest number of chil
dicn. 2nd. on a petition from
Ilaiialci, for 6200 for repairs on
schoolhnusc at An.diola, Kauai ;
and, ord, on a'icsolutiou by lion. J.
Kcau, fur an English school at
Moanalua, Oahu; the committee
consider such applications should
be made direct to the Board of Edu
cation, therefore recommend that
the petition and resolution be laid
on tho table. -1th, on two acts in
troduced by Hon. A. P. Paehaoie,
one,to amend sec. 20 of an act of
18C5 repealing chap. 10 of tho Civil
Code, and the other to amend sees.
!1 and -1, chap. 20, of the Penal
Code, both of which arc intended to
extend the school age, now 15, to
17yeat3, the committee say, "while
lliey arc- opposed to changing the
law so as to compel, all children to
attend school until they arc seven
teen, they have advised the hon.
intioducer of the bill to present new
hills or to amend those in question,
ho as to apply only to those children
whose parents desire them to con
tinue in school until they are 17,
and who notify the teacher and tru
ant ofllcer of their wishes ; and they
recommend the Assembly to lay the
hills upon the table." 5th, on a
petition presented by Hon. J. Kau
kau, praying that the pay of Ha
waiian tcachcis in i.ngiisii schools
be fixed at S00 a month; and, Cih,
on a petition by the teachers in
the common schools in the District
of Honolulu, presented by Hon. J.
L. Kaulukou, praying for nn in
ciease of monthly wages; "The
eommilteo tiro not able to judge of
the quantitations of these bevcral
tcachcis or of the amount and value
of their services, and as those points
can be determined by the Board of
Education upon rcpoits from the
Inspector-General and the School
Treasurer, and as the Board con
tiols the disbursement of the school
lax as well as tho appiopriations by
the Legislature, the committee are of
opinion that tho matter should be
left in thu hands of the Board, which
is quite accessible to these petition
eis. The committee iccommcnd to
the Assembly to lay these petitions
upon the table." Signed by C. II.
Bishop, L. A. Thurston, S. W. Kaai,
Asa Knulhi, E. Kekoa.
After somo remaika by Rep.
Keau In objection to tho report and
by Noble Bishop in reply, tho report
Noble Dominie, chairman of the
Eniolluieut Committee, reported
that His Majesty had been pleased
to give the royal asbent to the act to
amend chap. -11, laws of 1881, relat
ing to the encouragement of steam
Rep. Kalua, chairman of thu
select committee to picscnt an ad
dles? in reply to His Mnjesty'B mes
sage advising retrenchment, re
ported that thu coiumitteo had per
formed that duty, and that Hit
Majesty desired them to thanle the
Assembly for their' nddrefs and
hoped his recommendation would bo
Rep. Aholo said it had pleased
His Majesty to nppoint a new Min
istry. Being new in olllce perhaps
they should be given a little time to
become acquainted w 1th their duties.
It had been tho custom, on a change
of government, to adjourn to gio
the new Cabinet such an oppoi Ut
ility. There were other reasons for
adjournment, thercfoic he moved
lite house adjourn till 10 o'clock to
morrow. Rep. Dole said if the Cabinet had
expressed the desiie, he should have
been glad to give them tho time
asked and a great deal moi e. It had
not happened often enough to be a
precedent. Ho hoped it would not
be a precedent to have the Gov
ernment changed in the middle of a
session. lie considered it was a
reasonable thing to giant the now
Ministry if they desired ii. But
what c.mid be done in tho way of
preparation in 21 hoUis? He should
prefer to give them six months in
order to become acquainted with the
laws of the country. The necessity
of this kind of thing would bo
avoided by giving them a Cabinet
already acquainted with their laws.
He opposed this unless it was asked
bj' the Ministiy.
Rep. Kauiiamano moved in amend
ment that the house adjourn until
Tuesday. There were a gieat many
details that the new Miuisleis would
have to learn. Not that they could
not get up and debate but they
would be asked questions lhat they
ought to be in a position to answer.
One session there was a change of
Ministry and the house adjourned
for 20 days.
Rep. Palohau was in favor of
what had been satd by the hon.
member for Lihue. It would not be
the business of this house, but that
of their own ofllces, that the Minis
ters were to lie given a chance to
learn, ami that would not help the
house. If they were new and
strange, the members of the house
would give thema little instruction
for nothing. He thought the house
had better go on with its business.
All the reporls wcie in and the new
Ministers had nothing to do. If any
doubtful matter came up they could
answer that it was the work of the
last Ministry. Therefore he did not
think this amendment for two days
wns going to do nny good. Piobu
bly they woufd be asked at the end
of two days to make another ad
journment. He thought the member
for Lihue and the member for Molo
kai would keep the Ministry in the
right track, and ho was willing him
self to give them all the assistance
in his power.
Rep. Richardson asked if the
Ministers wanted adjournment, and
for how long?
Minister Gibson said the subject
had Ibccn discussed this morning
and they had concluded to go on
with the business. Tho motion of
the hon. member for Lahaina, how
'ever, was very proper, as this was
the day the foreign mail steamer
left, and the new Ministeis would
doubtless like to get a little used to
their ofllces. Piobably it was un
fortunate that His Majesty did not
see fit lo choose a gentleman of ex
perience and knowledge of their
laws, such as tho hon. member for
Lihue, but lie would piobably find
in those Ministers gentlemen who
would be able to cope witli him.
Rep. Biown said before His Ex
cellency spoke ho was in favor of
adjournment till to-moi row morning,
but since he said the Ministry weie
leady, let them go on with the busi
ness. The cry was yesterday they
should pot postpone the Appropria
tion Bill because thoy wanted to get
through the business. Now let them
go on with the business.
Rep. Castle understood this was a
lefoim Cabinet, in favor of retrench
ment, fiamed in accordance with
tho remarks heard at the banquet
on the steamer the other night. Tho
back of the pieseut Appropriation
Bill was very badly bioken, the late
Cabinet lmvilig (nought in a list of
reductions. Ho mostceitainly hoped
that the new Minister of the Jnleiior
would bring in a new Appropiiation
Bill, not to cut down necessaiy ex
penses, but fo stop commissions,
which weie the biggest leak hitherto.
Tjie icmaiks he had heard from the
late Minister of Foreign Affairs he
heartily applauded, and ho thought
tho present Cabinet could not do
better than give them a new Appro
priation Bill. If they brought in a
measure of reform and retrench
ment, ho felt sure they would bo
supported by tho Opposition and
the whole house.
Minister Gibson stated that the
new Ministry did not conteinpluto a
new Appropriation Bill, but the hon.
member was correct in characleiking
this a refoun Ministiy. Ilis present
colleagues and his lute colleagues
wero agreed that there should bo a
thorough system of retienchmcnt
carried out. Two months had passed
and the Appropriation Bill, together
with tho reduced estimates, had been
considered in part. The Minister of
Foreign Affairs and the Attorney
General had fully considered theso
matters. As they proceeded the Min
ibtiy would give expression to their
full determination to carry out His
Majesty's views and keep the expen
diture strictly within the revenue.
The motion lo djourn till 10
o'clock to-morrow c.uiled, the house
rising ut ll;2l).
f!t gJnUit guUdln.
THURSDAY, JULY J, 188C.
SlmrWO Hnll from Wnlunao
Stiur .Ins Makeii fiom Walauae
SehrMaiia from Ibuiomu
S S Austialla for San I'iuueloo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Simr V G Hall for Windward Ports
Schr Wallelc for Kuan
For San Friinebco. per Australia,
July 1 Cabin: Geo C KnrgentMIss A
Abaiguut, il It MeClicney, Mi's Du
boN. W P Thomas Chits Lux and wife,
S .Megnln, V Illuming and wife, J 11
Olec-e. wife and filler, ACanavnio,
dipt WIS Godfiey, wife and 2 chihl
lou. y C Allen, r.niec Ciulwik'ht, wife.
2 ehllihen and ntii-c, G V I'aiker, wife
and L ehllihen. Frank Alexander. M
LouU-ou, C Laehinan. It I) linker, wife
end child, l)r Anting, Mrs.) A Hopper,
Jlis Ci'pt Haley and child. Won-j; Wo
1'oy, Lit M ee. A ICiopp. JlrsMeCor
vbion and child, Yon Cha Shi. Mrs
Hallldav. Mr- Ives Mrs Hurheit, Mrs
l)r Tucker. Men Flakier, .r II Athurtim,
SWAhelland I.au Hoy. Steerage: ,1
ltuhctli, .las ICnrill and 'wife, Mis Par
ke and ni'jM', M'-s Watoiniiu and
:i ehllihen. C Ci aw ford, T Davie. P
llulelihwon, W Claike and 18 l'oitu-"tie-c.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Mima l.li'O Ikum of ugnr.
't'lio S S Aiixiiiilla -ailed tills noon
fo San Fianel'-eo with 2 ! ..";17 hag of
Mi;;nr. LiRiUhiis of lice. ii.o'.O bunches
ol banana-. 24 phg. of gout bkhw. -121
bill of sujar e.uiu, 10 boxes of betel
leaves, 2S2 bills of sieon hides, (i bills o
sheep 'kins and III dry hide.. Value.
Thobklnc C C Funk Killed for San
Fniiicl-eo hist night with 13,223 hags of
fell!!!', v.ilued til !J578,i;".l.GO.
Tim Mukolfl Milled again yesterday
evening for Molokal.
The bin k-ltlgl Is docked at the V M
S S wluitf.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mi:viiv3 hwin & Co. shipped 23,020
bags of sugar by tho Austialia this
Mr. Fred. Oat has lesigucd the
sccictarypliip of the Pacific Naviga
A jikktino of Honolulu Com
iiuuidcry No. 1 will be held this even
ing at 7.:i0 o'clock.
Ska'jeiis will havo an oppoi tuuity
of 21 lating lo the sound of miisio to
morrow evening, at the Yoscmite
If. It. II. PiuxcmsH Liliuokalaiii
boldb her jcgular monthly lcception
ut her Palatini leeidence this after
noon. Tnr.Ri: is lo bo a grand illumina
tion on Sal in day and Monday oven
iigi net, t t the corner of Foittind
Tiik Mourner Dowtett was valued
at Uli.OOO anil was insured for !fl7,
000. Sho bad on board l,:i()0 bags of
biigar which was fully insiued.
The male members of tho Fecond
eoiigiegalion of St. Andiew's Cathe
dral will meet at the lohidcnec of tho
Rev. Geo. Wallace this evening.
A ruRiLiSTic encounter occurred
on bouid tho fccboonor Rainbow last
evening. Tho captain was punching
ono of the crew for using abusive
A KAii.oit working on board the
Star of Devon fell through the hatch
ol the vessel yestorday and lcccivcd
infernal injiuicH. Ho was taken to
jAIn. L. T. Ki'iiakc, who was iccent
y in tho Queen's 'Hospital with
lyplioid fuer, left by the baik Hope
ywi!i':iliy afternoon, and will bogono
n in ii Hi or two for the benefit of bis
Tin: loport. of tho silo of thu bark
Blur of Devon in yestei day's Bui.lk
tin I'fMitaiiied a typographical error
or two, Tho vohioI was bold to 1.
Bullnr for $1,000, and not to Uuller
A u.uji: bus been arranged for Sat
urday iiflernoon, the 3rd iiiHtnnt, at SI
o'clock, between Angio A. and Kan
cock, for !f2."30 a hide. The race will
be at Kapiolani l'uik, each animal
carryiuy (22 pounds.
SnVKHAL friends of Dr. Anting pie
bunli'd him with a tokin of joiiicin
biance hi"t evening in tho foini of a
fcolid filvur cigaietto ciihc. On ono
fcido of tho case was enpuved Dr.
Arning's icbiilonco, lloluni Pun, and
on tlio other siilo was a mined mono
gram in gold and tin engraving of
Diamond Head. It was an elegant
gift and a masterpiece of woiknuin
Milp. Mchsis. Spear it Phoifl'or wcio
Tin: steamer Jus. Makeo left horo
ycstoiil.iy afternoon for Kauai via
Wuianao. Sho had entered Wninnao
liailior and was hacking when MX
inches of hnr thaft Inoko oil' and tho
piopcller dtopped to tho bottom.
AnehoiH wcio cast and tho captain
telephoned to Honolulu for ahsist
iinco. Tho steamer W. O. Hull was
despatched for Wuianao at 12 o'clock
Inst night and leturued with tho
steamer in tow at 7 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho Makeo vvenl on thu Miuino
Railway thin foieiioou and her Miufl
wns taken out, A how piece will bo
put on tho inner end, and ho will
iceeivo another piopcller. Her height
has bton taken out and will bo given
to tho steamer Bishop. The. lot pio
pollor will bo lecovcied. Tho Makeo
will bail again in a week or 10 days.
IIiiiiKAiM for tho (Jloiiwiis Fourth
of July I Scud id your orders fur Ice
Cieain, Cakes and Candies, to tho
Elite Ice Cicaui l'lirlors. OS
F0UF1TH 0? JULY.
The l'Viuilh of July committee met
nt tho Hotel last evening, and re
ceived rcpoits f i om the sub-commit-tecs.
The finance committee reported
thalSl oO more ,-u c needed forcatrying
out the ptopoed progiammu in its
entirely. A unanimous vote of thanks
was tcndeicd Mr. C. W. Unit for
his offer of the Central Paik Skating
Rink, fiee of charge, for the literary
exercises of the day. Persons desir
ous of oouti Hutting towards the cele
bration expenses will Hud stibcrip
tion lists at the Hawaiian Hotel, J.
M. Oat & Co.'s, and with T. C.
I'oitei, E. F. Bishop, E. U. Tenny,
J. A. Palmer, 11. Gunn, and II. J.
By rcipiest, Mr. Locke Richardson
w'll lecilo "Othello" in the gieat
diawing loom of the Royal Ha
waiian Hotel, on Friday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Tho dining loom at
the Hotel is a large and airy apatt
incut, and will accommodate a great
many people. Tickets of admission
may be hud at thu Hotel, 81 each. '
Tin: Prettiest ltli of July Budges
on miIo nt O. J. McCarthy's clear
A.mkijicaxs will find llandgoniest
and PietlieM, Bndgos for Julv -1th, for
j-alc at J. M. Oat Jr., it Co.'s. 08 2t
Kai'Ioi.axi Hath Iloin-e, tho only
le.-oit in tho city. All kinds of bulb
ing npp.uutus. lw
l'ATiioNm: Honii! Industry by buy
ing eifinit. of J. W. llingloy, Cigur
Munufaotuier, ut the Cryhtal Soda
Voikn, wbeic he is piepaied to fill all
older.-, at the lowest posiblo whole
mlc priocH. 1-hind unlets solicited
and pioinptly filled. Tho attention
of ile.ilern is les-puct fully invited to
the fact "no liecnto is lequired" to
coll these oiguiH. Do not forget tho
nainu J. W. llingley, nor the place
Crystal Suda Woik.s, Hotel rtieet.
Will held a
Z. T. Degree Meeting
THIS LVLNING.at 7:30 o'clock.
JST Full attendance is requested.
H. J.'WOLTE, E. C.
1776 -JULY -1
AT GOO KIM'S,
Cor. Fort and Hold Streets,
Saturday & IVJonday Evenings,
.Inly Krd and 5lh,
From 7 until 10 P.
03 3t GliO. Ii. PBAOOCK, Manager.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND of $3 a.
Share- in due and payable upon
the Stock of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Co , m tho f'tilcu of U. Brewer & Co.,
TO-MOliKOW, i lie UOili June. Per
older, .!( SK1M1 ). CAliTKIt,
Secretnry HiKiiiiiun Ag. iuuliurul Co.
Honolulu. Juno L0, 18-JH. CO
1)1 V1DEND NOTICE.
AQUUll'l Jti.Y DIVIDDNDof 2 a
Miutu in due and pahlo upon
l lu: Slock of llicC Ibuwur & Co., TO.
MOHliUW, June ilOih. nt tho oiUce of
the Company on Queni street.
tv ciL'imy O brewer & Co.
Honolulu, June 2!, lbfO. 00
Crystal Soda forte
Giii'jcr Ale, Cream Soda,
smon Sola, I.rniriinrle, Sirsapurilln,
Fruit fciyrups mid EsscnceB nnd
mndo from tho paiu Apple fruit, all of
which wo guiuuiiti'u to be the best.
iSy We nl(i invito pnrtieH intending
Mulling kluiu fur tho Mile of Iced
drinks and whhhig loiintubi supplier,
to eall on us befuro (.'olng elbcwhcro.
Tim Crystal Soli Works,
P. O. Pox 1107, Honnlubi.
npilU uiideiidt'iied hereby clvca notice
X l lint liiilimi ptiichiihcu from Mr.
W. W. Wright- all of tho Bitld W. W.
Wrlhl'H inurot hi tho Una of Whlu
mini Ai Wiiuht, ami no iecelpn or olill.
gmhuH on IjiihivH of thu mid firm will,
tinm Una dulo, lie valid cacciH ulgneil
by S, M. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, Juuot8, 18S0. CO
Ol and Of
We nro pleased lo announce iho arrival of our immense large Invoice of
Dry Ms, Fancy (Ms, Laces, Mon,
Clothing and G-ent's Furnishing Goods,
aud are uow dieting uiipiecedentcd and utuhiilled Btibaliis In all ourdc arim't
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very flno Victoria hnwn nt f2 apiece, 10 jatib ; a very
largo asFortmcul of new Spring stjl63 in Lnwup, 4-4 Jhitl.Mc. fentcens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Plquo nnd n lull line of Diets Gocde, tho JuttEtout.
Lace DSoticle, Ladies' Tricot OlotH
in nil the new shades; 40 doz Ladies IJbIc Thread Hnre at 40 cents,
tho beat value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styles'in Boyu and Children's Suits; Great Hurgnius,
Boya Blue Fhincl Sailor Bulls ut $2.50 a Suit. Just received, direct from
5 f 1
, Mens, ii
which we oflcr nt
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $100 and upwards.
Good ticuclly required. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
0!tr 42 Merchant street, Honolulu
Tho Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
Both volumes ore ready for ib livery.
Tho press all over tho world speak in
admirable terms of the hooks. Send
in your name to the undersigned and
secure a set.
Prices of tho two volumes (complete-
set) are as follows:
In line cloth binding, plain edges
$9.00 per set
In full sheep binding, Library
style, marbled edges. ..$11 00 per set
In fine half morocco binding, mar
bled edges $13.00 per set
In full Turkey morrocco, beveled
boards, full gilt back and
edges $20.00 per set
In three calf $'.17.00 per set
J. E. WISEMAN, General Busbies
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian Itlunds. CG 1m
Trustee's Sale !
By order of A. J. Curtwright, Sr., the
duly appointed Evccutor and TnitMce of
the liiHt will and testament of Emma
Kalclconalani, deceased, and under
license of the Supremo Court of the
Hawaiian Islands, sitting as a Court of
Probate, wo aio directed to sell at pub.
lie auction, at our Sulexroom, in Hono
the Gth Day of July, 188G,
at 12 m. of that day, all the right, title
and interest of the said A. J. Cart
wright, Sr., as such Executor and Trus.
tee as aforesaid, nnd all the right, title
and interest which thu said Eiama'Ka
lelconalani had at the time of her de
cease, of, in and to that certain piece or
parcel of land, known as the
situate in tho District of Kona, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Area of .'1,000 Acre,
more or less, as described in Itoyiil Pa.
tent No. 4512, Mahelo Award 43,
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and also that certain piece or parcel of
land uituate in Nuunnii Vnlley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, unit known as
and beine tho premises formerly occu
pied by W. L. Green, Esq., as a private
EST For further particulars, apply to
A. J. Curtwright, Br., or
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
4P Id Auctioneers.
AS complaints have reached mo of
late from fomo of my customers
that they can purchase Havva'iun.madc
Soap cheaper than 1 havo lecn belling
It, I beg to state that I have always
transacted my business in a fair and
straightforward wuy, ehargiuc the same
pilco to all alike, and selling at n
moderate rule; and at the same time I
would inform my customers and thu
public that from and after this date my
price will bo $7 perlOOlbt.
T. W. HAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
liilu, JunuaiBt. 00
f MAONEALE & URBAN No. J2 Safe
X In Rood order. Cott, 9 years ugo,
now, $200. Sell for $180 cash. 1 Up.
right "Borde" Piano in good order.
Cost, when now, $350. Wll ecll for
$250; guaranteed, Apply at once.
J. h WISEMAN,
05 2w General Business Agent.
rpilE GYMNAH1UM PREMISES on
JL Fort street, lot 58 feet by 105 feet,
Building K0 feet by 81 feet. This isn
very desirable placo for a private resl.
deuce or Lodging House, and will be
sold at a reasonable figure. Inquire of
Treasurer Honolulu Athletic Assoela.
lion. , 50 lin
MILLINEIt WANTED, -
AFIHST.CLASS ASSISTANT MILL
INER at the
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,,
07 tf N. 8. Bucks, Proprietor,
(Mil UllllUlUil 0 ,
bed-tock pi Ice.
& CO., Proprietors.
By order of J. F. Hnckfcltb Admlnis
trator of the Esuile of Conrnd 3leuke,
deceas-ed, we liavc been diieclcd lo yell
at public auction, at our S.ilesionin, in
On MONDAY, .July lath.
at 12 o'clock, noon, of thutdny,
If not previously disponed ol,
400 Shares in the
llimi uula S h ccp S tali ou C o. ,
of Humuubi, Hawaii.
The total Capital Stock of the Huinuulu
Sheep Station Co. amounts to 1 000
Shares at the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company owns the valuable sheep
ranch situate on the tlopes of .Muuua
kca and Mamiulou, known as the Huiu
ilia Sheep Station; Ihe total urea of land,
held under a lcai-o from thu Crown Com
missioners for an uui'Xpiied leiiu of
about 22 years, is 1CO.0CO ncies. mine or
less, aluige part of whirh is beautiful
pasture laud; theie arc
About 18,000 Sheep
more or let', also a large number of
Horses aud wild Cuttle ou ihe land;.
The Share- will bo sold w ith privilege
lo take 50 to 10(1 Shares.
Tho above Milu ii made for thu pur
pose of settling the estate of suiil C.
Meuke, deceased, and will ho without
tOf '1 he tcims of the sale arc Ca-h.
for lurllicr pailiculars, apply to .1 K.
llaekfeld, at theollleo of Huckfehl &
Co , Honolulu, or
ADAMS & Co.,
By order of J. P. Hackleld, Emi., tho
duly appointed Asie.nee of the Bank
rupt Estate of T. K. Clarke of Kipnhulu,
Maui, acting under authority of nn or
der of the bupreiiKt Court da'ied June 8,
1880, we are directed toil 11 ut Public
auction, at our Salesroom, In Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, 'SG,
at 12 o'clock, uoon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. P. Hnckfcld as such
Assignee, of, lu and to the
situate ut Kipahulu, .Maui, heretofore
belonging to the said T. IC. Clarke.
The said Plantation coni rhes ul out
1000 ucios of Land in feo simple, and
about 1.100 acres of Lc.iu-d Lund ; there
aru about 7iC0 aeres ol Lund available
for cane cultivation; about 120 acres of
Plant Cane and about 140 ncros of 1 and
2 RuttnoiiB are now growing for Ihe
next crop to come oft' trom, nv. Decern,
her, 1880, to utioui Jiuy, US7. Tlieio
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on thu Plantation all branded TKC, alto
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a sugar plantation.
The larger part of the Cuuo, when har
vested, cun bo couvoyed to the mill by
There isn good Mibatutniul binding
bridge, in which thu Plantation holds n
half interest. Also, a Donkey Engine
and iucllno track connected with the
Tho Plantation ii In good running
order and a new crop is being put in at
ftsff" Tho terms of the Salo are CASH,
ami tho Deeds nro at thu expense of the
For nil furl her particular apply to
J. P. Huokfvld, Honolulu, or toUSCAK
UNNA at Kipnhulu, Maui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
65 til Auctioneers.
ItOOMS TO LE'I
ClLHAN, cool, computable, furnished
' Roouibtolet, ut niodei ule run a, at,
8S and 100 Hotel ktrect, 53 lut