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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bnuk ol Oiilllbrjiln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, ttONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothschild & Son London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurcli, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torln, B. O., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Ranking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bnt established for the benefit of Ml.
SATURDAY, JULY "' 1885.
AN ARBITRARY RULE.
His Excellency, lion. Paul P.
Kanoa, Minister of Finance, an
nounces olllcially in this morning's
Advertiser, that "all letters ad
dressed to him in his olllcial capacity
as Minister of Finance, in English,
will receive no attention except fol
lowed by an Hawaiian translation."
"Wc can understand that the Minis
ter will experience difllculty in deal
ing with communications addressed
to him in a language with which he
is unacquainted. The. Minister of
Foreign Affairs and the Attorney
General will have the same trouble
with letters written in Hawaiian, and
they might say that they will pay no
attention to such letters unless ac
companied by an Hawaiian transla
tion. But the Minister who knows
nothing of the English language
and the Ministers who arc ignorant
of the Hawaiian do not require to
go many steps from their ofllce doors
to procure correct translations into
languages that they do understand
of letters reaching them untrans
lated. In a country where there are
two official janguages wc fail to see
on what grounds a Minister can
claim the authority to establish a
rule that letters of whatever nature,
communicated to him in his official
capacity, 'must be in a particular
one of those languages. In fact,
wc are of opinion that the Minister
of Finance has no right whatever
for making this "the standing
rule" of the Finance Department
during his encumbeney of office,
and can easily conceive of cases
arising in which, by adherence to it,,
he may get himself into trouble.
A SENSIBLE REPORT.
Mr. Lilikalani presented yester
day a report of the Committee of
Commerce on the bill introduced,
some days ago, by Hep. Nahale, to
impose postage on Newspapers.
The committee recommend the in
definite postponement of the bill, a
recommendation which is worthy of
honorable mention, as being the
most sensible one that could be
made. No necessity exists for such
a bill. The Post Office Department
has been yielding a handsome reve
nue, and in this respect, is different
from the postal department of other
countries. Had the Post Ofllce been
a drain upon the treasury, there
might have been some show of
reason in Mr. Nahale's bill. As it
is, the only possible motive that can
be conceived for passing such a
measure would be to place the
Legislature before the public as an
irresistible tax gathering power,
and to lay an embargo upon such
criticisms of the actions of Minis
ters nnd representatives as appear
in the public prints. This kingdom
wants, no newspaper postage. As
stated by the committee, the effect
of the bill would only be to make
public information more expensive
to the people. While daily papers
are sent to subscribers through the
Islands at six dollars a year, the
proposed tax of one cent per copy
would forthwith raise the. price to
nine dollars. The publishers will
certainly not pay postage out of
presont subscription prices. And
any representatives who see fit to
vote-, for the bill, and thus levy an
extra three dollars tax upon their
newspaper reading constituents need
not be surprised if, by ho doing, they
raise a hornet's nest about their
ears, as tho embargo would fall
wholly upon tho country districts.
" Members will consult their own and
their constituents' interests by con
signing this bill to its proper recep
tacle, the wasto paper basket.
After the thirty years war in
1050 Berlin had only 0,00 inhabi
tants, and in 1801 520,000. In
twenty-live years theso last figures
have been inoro than doubled, and
an unprecedented fact in contempo
raneous European history. Tho
city now ranks next to London and
Paris, among European cities.
SIXTY-TUIUD DAY COXTIXUKD.
FniDAY, July IQlli.
Rep. Amara moved, in accordance
with the resolution this morning,
llai hot- mm kt nt Kapuiilkl,
l!cp. Aliolo thought the lion, mem
ber should ascertain what kind of
marks was required before moving
to insert an item.
Hep. Aholo moved that the house
take up the report of the Finance
Committee on unexpended road
taxes, for the purpose of inserting
the amount recommended for each
district in a sepcrate item.
Carried, and the items ordered to
to be inserted.
Pep. Paehaole moved to insert
Swinging Crane nt Pclekuuu,
3Tolokal, $ 1,000
Pep. Thurston supported the pro
posal, referring to the great need
for such a convenience. That was
the place where most of the paiai for
the leper came from ; settlement ap
propriationshad been made for it be
fore, and if there was money in the
treasury for such purposes, he knew
of no plnceon the island standing
.more in need of the improvements.
Noble Bishop moved to insert
Hospital fund, estiniatcd-roccipts,
all receipts to be paid to the
Queen's Hospital S 15,000
Minister Gibson moved that, as
the account had to be rendered to
tho Minister of Interior, it be insert
ed in the Interior appropriations'.
Noble Bishop said the amount
'was collected by the Custom House,
and had always been. inserted under
the Finance Department.
Noble Walker favored inserting
under the Finance Department, as
then the money would be paid direct
from the Custom House into the Fi
nance Department, whereas if it
went under the Interior Department
the money would have to be paid in
there and thence to the Finance De
partment. The item was ordered inserted in
the Finance Department.
Pep. Kaulukou wanted to know if
the money appropriated the other
daj was paid to the trustees of the
hospital or went into the treasury.
Noble Bishop said it went into the
treasury and was not drawn upon,
unless the hospital tax was insuffi
cient. Pep. Richardson called attention
to the item of salary assistant Store
keeper, Custom House, $2, -100; sa
lary of third statistical clerk, $2,400,
and salar' of keeper steamer ware
house, $1,200; postponed until a se
lect committee should .report.
Pep. Aholo moved that as the Se
cretary could not lay his hands on
the reports, the items be passed for
the present, and those of the Attorney-General
be taken up. Carried.
Department of the Attorney
General. Salary of Attorney-General. . . . $12,000
Pep. Dickey moved $10,000, as in
revised estimates. Carried.
Salary of Clerk of Attorney
Pep. Kaai moved $5,000, as in
Pep. Thurston moved '$4,000.
There was an impression that one
chief clerk should be as well paid
as another, but this was a mistake.
The office used to be filled for$l,200
a year, and again for $ 1 ,500. The
present Judge McCully and Mr. W.
O. Smith were incumbents at the
former moderate rates. The speaker
was employed in a subordinate
capacity in the office when a young
boy, and could say that the work
was not more than a tenth of that
of the chief clerk in the Interior
Department. It was from no personal
motive in this motion, as he had
been on intimate and friendly.terms
with the official in question from
boyhood. He referred to the
amount of work done for the Attorney-General
by hired assistance in
Minister Dare said the Attorney-
General had only one Clerk, while
the Interior Department had six.
The Attorney-General's Clerk was
more than a clerk., 'He was Deputy
Attornc3'-General,'a Hawaiian and a
gentleman of no mean legal attain
ments. It was absolutely essential
that the incumbent should under
stand tho Hawaiian language and
law, which tho present one did
thoroughly, and ho was, moreover,
a very efficient interpreter. With
regard "to tho remark nbout outsido
aids, ho would say that, whilo tlieir
humble servant occupied his pre
sent position, tho work of tho Attor-noy-General's
bo performed by tho Attornoy
Gciior.il and the assistants in his
Pep. Kaulukou, referring to tho
remarks about assistance, told of
sevoral Attorney-General of tho
past who had engaged other counsel
for tho crown business, and said tho
Government was very'fortunato in
haying tho .services of such a young
man as tho present Clerk, who was a
Hawaiian who had raised himself by
his own exertions.
Pen. Dicky said every ono of tho
Interior clerks had three or four
tunes as much work as the Attorney
General's clerk. '
Pop, Kaulukou asked if ouo of
those clerks could' go into the Attorney-General's
office and draw out
an in dictment.
Pop. Dickoy snid that was not to
tlio point, as the duties of the differ
ent offices wero entirely diverse.
The matter of outsido help had
nothing to do with the questiou.
Ho favored $1,000.
Minister Gibson said he did not
feel very well, but, as the' dragged
the Interior Departmental, he should
have to make a speech, trying to
the nerves as speaking might be.
Reference had been mado to the
work of the clerks in his depart
ment. He had no doubt the sixth
clerk there did more work than the
Minister of Interior. At all events,
he wished he could stick down to
hard work at the desk as long as
that clerk. Still the Assembly might
give the Minister $5,000 a year,
while giving the clerk less than
$2,000. This simply showed that
value was set upon the Minister's
experience and judgment. Value
was always attached to education,
experience, and "so forth, in the
appraisement of official services.
Pep. Richardson, in reference to
the remark about W. O. Smith
working for a low salary, 'said that
man drew $100 a month besides his
salary out of the incidental fund.
Rep. Thurston said that was news
to him, although he knew that W.
O. Smith was doing all the work of
the ofllce at that time, the Attorney
General, Mr. Armstrong, being ab
sent with the King on his tour
round the world. He would not,
however, make any excuses for
irregularities of the past, and it was
no use for them to palliate wrong
doing to-day on the ground that
wrong had been done before. As
he said before, he had no personal
motives in this matter, but looked at
the question from a business stand
point. Could a competent man be
found for the position for a certain
sum? He had showed that there
could be, because there had been in
the past. The increase from $4,000
for the period in 1880, to $5,000 in
1882, and $0,000 in 1884, was not
due to any increase in the work. He
thought $2,000 a year was sufficient
for all the labors attaching to the
Minister Dare thought they had"
about enough fiom that entertain
ment committee during the last half
hour. He only wished to say that
there was something more than ap
peals to be attended to in the Attorney-General's
office. There were
interests in charge of the Attorney-General's
which if neglected would cost the
country more than ten times the
cost of the department. Mat
ters were to be dealt with,
in which he hoped the kingdom
would be saved more than would
pay the expenses of the Department
for the next ten years.
Pep. Wight had been surprised,
as a member of the Finance Com
mittee, at the large expenditures for
outsido assistance to the Attorney
General. According to the promise
just made to the house by the pre
sent Attorney-Gdneral, that was all
a thing of the past. He moved,
however, that the salary be placed
at $5,000, provided the official give
his whole services to the Govern
ment, otherwise $4,000.
Passed at $5,000.
Salary of Marshal $8,000
Pep. Aholo moved S7,000, ac
cording to revised estimates. Car
ried. Pep. Kcau moved to insert
Salary Deputy Marshal $3,000
Salary of Clerk of Marshal $3,CO0
Pep. Kaulukou moved $4,000.
Minister Dare moved S3, 000.
Passed as in the bill.
Salary of Second Clerk of Mar
Rep. Kauln moved $2,000.
Rep. Thurston said if they began
raising salaries there was no saying
where it would end.
Passed as in the bill.
Salary of Sheriff of Maul 65,000
Rep. Kalua moved $4,000 and
Rep. Kaulukou $4,800.
Passed at $4,000.
Salary of Sheriff of Hawaii $5,000
Rep. Brown moved $4,000 and
Rep. Kaulukou $4,800.
Passed at $4,000.
Salary of Sheriff of Kauai $4,000
Pep. Kalua moved $3,000.
Pep. Kauai said the sheriffs should
be paid alike, and he could not un
derstand why the sheriff of Kauai
was put below the others.
Rep. Lilikalani, although a repre
sentative of Honolulu, was a native
of Kauai.- There was a deficit in
the accounts of the sheriff of Ha
waii, and those of the sheriff of
Maui were also in an unsatisfactory
state ; but the business of the she
riff's olllco on Kauai was in good
order, showing that a competent
man was in charge.
Pep. Falohau was in favor of the
item as in the bill.
Rep. Thurston supported the item
in the bill, considering that the
work of the sheriff was worth $2,000
a year. That amount had secured
the services of a man, whom the re
presentatives of that island had
shown to have performed his duties
well "better than tho sheriff.of any
other island. There was sufficient
demand for a man of his qualities to
enable him to get that amount easily
without the office, and then tho
country would lose his services.
After a lengthy discussion by
Reps, Pahia, Kalua, Palohau, and
others, the question was put, when
the item passed at $3,000,
Pep. Keau, at 4:10, moved tho
committee rise, which carried, and
the house heard and adopted tho re
port of tlio committee. On motion
of tho same member, the hoiiso then
adjourned till 10 o'clock on Monday
dj n r IX $10 NOTES, between Frank
tp v) J Cooke's olllco nnd tho Govern
ment .Building. The Under will iilca6
letiirn same to BULLETIN OFFICE,
and receive reward. " It
NOTICE Ib hereby given, that I have
this day revoked my power of At
torney to Apall, dated 27ih day of De.
comber, 1880, recorded Hbor 07, pngo
22U, in Reglfcler Office, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1880. 81 1m
By order of the Assignee of the 3Iort.
cage In the mortgage by Pohokanl to A
J. Giirtwright, recorded in l.ilier 70,
pnge 8, wc are instructed to sell nt pub
July 19, 1880,
At 12 noon of snld day, at our Sales
rooms, the following prcmhes:
1st All the interest of i-nid I'oliokani
in those premises situated at Walluku,
Maul, moie particularly described In
Hoynl Patent G2G1", I.niid Coiunilssloi
Award b04 to Kolil, containing; an Area
of 5.J4 Acres, being the same conveyed
to snld Pohoknni by deed ol Keal, re
coided ill Llbcr40, page 473.
2nd All the inleiest ol snld inorl.
gagor in those premises described In
Land Commission Award 2488 to Kn.
owno, containing an area of 1 00.100
acres, and conveyed to said l'ohokanl by
tlio above deed.
8fiy For further, pari Initial's apply to
W. K. CASTLE, Attorncy-at Law, or to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Mortgagee's Notice of
Foreclosure li of Sale.
In accordance with a power of sale
'contained in a certain mortgage miide
by .Joseph M. Poepoe to S. U. Dole,
dated the 11th day of August, 1SS1, re
corded in Liber OS, page 450, duly as
signed to II. E. Avery. Notice" is here
by piven that said mortgagee intends to
foreclose said mortgage, for condition
broken, and upon said foreclosure will
sell at public auction at the Salesroom
of E. P. Adams & Co., in Honolulu, on
MONDAY, July 19, 1886,
at 12 m. of said day, the premises des
cribed in said morigage as below speci
fied. Further particulars can be had of W.
It. Castle, Attoruey-nt-Law.
IIAItKY E. AVERT,
As.sf.guee of the Mortgage.
Premises to be sold aie; All those
premises situate on Smith Lane, near
corner Hotel and Smith streets, about
30 feet on Smith Lane, and about GO
feet deep; and being the same prem
ises that were conveyed to J. W.
ICnhiolo otherwise known as Poepoe,
father of said Mortgagor by deed of
NIau, recorded in Liber 35, page 4G0.
81 It '
Mortgagee's Notice of
Foreclosure ami of Sale.
In accordance with a power of Sale
contained in a certain Mortgage made
by S. Kalcohano to A. J. Cartwright,
Trustee It. W. Holt Estate, dated" the
SOlh day of December, 1882, recorded in
Liber 77, page 457. Notice is hereby
given that said mortgagee intends to
foreclose said mortgage for condition'
broken, anil upon said foreclosure will
sell at public auction, at the Salesrooms
of E P. Adams & Co , in Honolulu, on
MONDAY, July 19, 1886,
at 12 m of snid day, the premises des
cribed in said mortgage as below speci
fied. Further particulars can be had of W.
R. Castle, Attorncy-at- Law.
A. J. OAUTWltlGHT,
1st All those premises situated at
Palolo, Ouliu, more particularly describ
ed in HP 75(8, LOA 1897, to Ohule,
0 02-100 chains, conveyed to said Kaleo.
hanoby deed of Kahcaku and Laa, re
rorded in Liber 70, page 80.
2nd All those premises described in
RP 2545. LCA 10,109 to Mahoe, 1 68-1000
8rd All those premises described in
RP 3480, LCA 1871, to Kalakuaole. 1
4th All those premises described in
RP 2413, LCA 3738 B to Knlihnua, 1
5th All those nremises described in
IIP 2.153, LCA 8748 B to KnhaUaniln,
1 ("-1 00 .acres
Uth All those premises situated at
Wainpiikn.'Knhaln, Hawaii, describea
in HP 048S LCA 10,480 lo Nihnn. 0 acres.
008 fathoms, uonvctve-d to suid Kaleo
hano by deed of lCiikcauuu opio and
Kuihonui (w), recorded in Liber 23,
page 372. 81
SUFRKME OUJtT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Bankruptcy of P KAUIMAKAOLE
ifc CO. Befoie Justice l'icston.
P ICauiiaakaolc & Co., doing business
in liana, Island of Maul, having this
day been adjudicated bankrupt on llio
petition of M. Phillips & Co., it is or
dered that all creditors of said bank,
mpts como in and prove tlieir clnline be
fore me, nt my Chambers, in Honolulu,
On Monday, July 26, 1886,
At 10 o'clock ii. m, to 12 o'clock in,
It is further ordcicd that, upon said
day, the cndltor pioceed to hold
the ELECTION of an assignee- or as.
signeet, of said bankrupt estate, and that
.notice hereof bu piiblibhcd in the
Hawaiian Gazelle, July 20, 1880, In tho
Kuokoa, uowspapcr, July 17 nnd 24,
1880, and In the Daily Bum.ktin, July
17 and 21,1880
Dated Honolulu. July 15, 1880.
Justice Supremo Court.
Attest: J. H. Rkist,
2nd Deputy Clerk. 81&87
. $50 REWARD.
SOME person or persons unknown,
came Into my front lawn last night,
maliciously pulled up and carried away
six of my young cyprcos trees. Anyone
giving Information that will lead lo the
couviction of the guilty party or putties
will be paid tho above reward.
80. N. F, BURGESS.
White Shl't (with collar and cutis)
Latiiidiivd and Polished,
10 cents each.
White Pants, plain. LnuudHcd 10 cents;
slareditd 15 cents.
White Coats, philn, 1C cents; studied,
White Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar per dozen for l.irgo pieces.
Fifty Cent per tlo7Pti foi Miinll pieces
Dancing Cloths $2 each.
Mosquito Bars, f.O cents, steamed and
Blankets, washed and steamed, 15 cents
Special Kates for Ship's
Ironing nnd Finishing Ladles' Wcnr
Clothes Kecelvrd, Washed, and Ee.
turned on die same day whensnurdoied.
The Laundry Wagons run to all pai'ts
of the city a'nd suburbs. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will receive
EST Bell Telephone 100. Mutual 480.
SI tf GEO. OAVENAGII, Lessee.
ABED SEA BEAN containing the
letters 1V"3l mounted in gold. The
finder returning sulci Bean to M It. J.
WILLIAMS. Photographer, 102 Foit
street, will receive $5 icward. 7! 8t
ON Saturday night, July 10th, from
my yard, on lierctnnia ?tri'"t, 1
GKY MAKE nnd BROWN IlOH-sE.
"George Street," with white spots. The
finder will reoeivo SCO by returning th
same to JOHN HADING,
70 t1 United Carriage Co,, King Ft,
"pilE undi-rsignulj having recti up.
X piilnli 1 tin Assignee of ilie Estate
of A'-,U, of W.iiluku, Maui, a Ij.iukiupt,
all peisous indebted lo wild Estate are
heichy licil ilit'il to pay the mine imnicdi
ntely io the under Igncd
7') M W. C- I'AUKH, Avlgnre.
WANTED TO BUY,
also, V-e.l Envelopes an
imps of rll alue.s,
also, V-e.l Knvelopes mid l'n-' I Cards,
for Cash, or exchanged for other Eu
ropean Stamps. For lull particulars',
inquire of .IAS. 8TEINKR,
al the Elite Ice Cream -Parlors, 0"i Hotel
On Llliha stieet, u ".story framedwrll
ing boit-e, with stable, water, etc., $20 a
On Lililiu strict, not to School sticct,
a small -1-roem cottage; m a mouth.
On Punchbowl --licet, a new cottage, -l
rooms; $10 a month.
A neat and com foi table bouse, situnte
on n lot 100x175, back of Queen! Hos
pital and along the continuation of
Lunalilo street, to sell with a lease for
lOyeaisfiom July I, ISfeG. House con
tains 4 rooms nnd kitchen and out. build
ings. Rental, only $35 n year. Laud
nicely cultivated. Will sell Lease and
Buildings for $GC0 cisb. Owner leav
ing the Kingdom.
On corner School nnd LilUm streets, 2
cottages on a double coiner lot. Will
sell entire property for $'ii,500.
On Punchbowl street, n new cottngc
on a good building lot fionting the
street, for sale for $l,f00.
I" For further particulars, apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
7' lw Gcncial Business Agent.
By order of J. F. llacklehl, Esq., the
duly appointed Assignee of ihe Bank,
rupt Etnte of T. K Clarke of Kipahulu,
Maui, acting under .authority of an or
der of the Suprem'-Court dated June 8,
188II, we are directed to bell at. Public
auction, nt our Salesroom, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '8G,
at 12 oVlock, noon, of Hint day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of the said J. F. Hackfeld as such
Assignee, of, In and to the ,
situate t Kipahulu, Muni, heretofore
belonging to.tliu said 'J.'. K. Clarke.
The snid Plantation compiiu.i al out
1000 ucics of Lund in fee simple, unt!
about lf.0'1 acres of Leiwd Land; then
arc about 7 810 acu nt Land available
lor cime cultivation; nboui 1'i" nrrr-. of
Hunt Cane and about l-H) iioica of 1 and
2 llattomis nro now flowing for the
ne-xiciop to como off lioni, my. Orcein
her, 1880, to about May, 1687. There
132 head of Working Cattle,
2 Bulls, 27 Yearlings,
35 Cows with 27 Calves,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and some
on the Plantation all branded TICO, also
About 11 Bullock Carts,
2 Mule Carts, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used oii a sugar plantation.
The jnrger pait of the Ciinn, when liar-vesti-.d,
can bo conveyed to the mill by
There is a good suhMiiutial lauding
bridge, in wh(ch tho Pliintntlon holds n
half interest. Also, a Donkey Engine
and incline Hack connected -with the
The Plantation is in good running
order and a new crop in being put in at
BST The terms of ho Bale are OABII,
and tho Deeds nro at tho expense of the
For all further particulars apply to
J. Y. Hackfs-ld. Honolulu, or to OSCAR
UJSMAut Kipahulu, Maui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
05 td Auctioneers,
IMl'OUTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
KAST COUNliK FORT AND KINO blltl ETS.
New GoihIk received by every Packet from the l'aitcm Suites and Europe
Frcih California Produce by overy" Stcnmer. All. cidurf fah'ifully nttended to.
mid Goods delivered to any part ot tho city free of cl.a yi:. itJiiml orders poll
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post 0(Hce Box 145. Tdei'hmie No. Oi. 108 ly
P. O. Box 297.
LEWIS & -CO., GROCERS,
111 JToi-t teJtircot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on the way. Just received Kegs Saner Kraut, kogs Hol
Innd Heirlng, kegs Tiipe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Beef. For
Break fa-l- White Oats, ticrnicn; Bieaklast Gem and Slireded Msizc. Also, a
lino lot of New Zealand nnd Portland Fcachblow Potatoes nlways on hand.
The very best of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty for everybody.
Ti'iccH low uiul Sutisl'avtibn Juuraiiiced.
(Formcily with Samuel NottS
Iiuportcr iiiid Utialoi in
STOVES, CblAUDELlERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE,
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
l$g Stoic formerly occupied by tf. N. Tl, epicsite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank. -a
Hi ! !! IIIHW
JUST RECEIVED, .
A Largo and Elegant Stock of 31 Uses and Childien's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizc. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys'
CAUIPJBELL'S BLOCK, ' .
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's FineFiiriiishing Goods,
Cuslom-Mnde Clothing, nnd Hats and Caps
' li all to Latest Style's too Patterns.
B3T Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwpnr.
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 MMai. Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIF, COPPER AND
M3 SHEET IROINT WORK.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
T. W. BAWLINS,
The highest Cash value for any nuau-
. tity of Tallow.
Honolulu Soap Works, Lclco
Bell Tlophone 8. P. O. Box i.
Boots and- Shoes
THE undersigned herohy-glves notice
that ho has purchnseu from Mr.
W. W. Wright all of tho suid W. W.
Wright's interest in tho linn of Whit
man & Wright, and no receipts or obli.
gal ions on behalf of tho told tlrm will.
from this date, he valid except signed
by S. 31. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, June 28, 1880. 64
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