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them givo part of their food to visit
ing friends. Tho orders given mc
nro not to allow them to keep
chickens hero, because they feed
their rations to tlio chickens. Their
friends arc all put out about it too.
I put a stop to them feeding chick
ens and their friends: (He again
referred to Father Damicn and other
assistants, and assured the com
mittee that all those complaints were
without foundation.) In regard to
the complaints that he took a coat
belonging to ono patient that died
hero: it is true that I have that coat
in my possession, but I came by it
in a perfectly fair manner. That
coat was given to another patient
and it was too large for him and I
exchanged a jacket of my own for
it. In regard to accusations that I
have been partial in giving o.ut cloth
ing, tlio practice is that when pa
tients die their clothing Is kept and
dealr out to others. There has been
no partiality shown. I have not
kept any for myself. As to the
complaint that I do not allow them
to keep chickens or pigs here, those
were my orders from Mr. Hutchin
son, my superior, and I have sim
ply carried out his orders. In
regard to the complaint about charg
ing people for waiting on them,
some require more attention than
others and are charged more for
bringing food to them. As to tlio
people being left without attention
to die, I refer you to Father Da
micn, that I have frequently gone
after hira to attend people when
they wero very low. A great deal
of this opposition to me is caused by
my enforcing strict rules against
improper amusements, such as hula
dancing and gambling. The beef
has been poor, but if a largo num
ber, say 500 head, of cattle were sent
here, part of them to be butchered
on arrival and the rest fattened up,
it would be better.
Ambrose Hutchinson (overseer)
said : . In regard to the people in
the hospital tlio Board has men
hired to bury them when dead.
Those-who live outside with their
friends it i9 expected should be
buried by their friends. Sometimes
a man dies outside who has no
friends, and as soon as I find it out
I see that he is buried. As to
the man carrying water he is
employed by the Board to do their
carrying. The Board gives him $8
a month and the storekeeper 55,
making 13. He charges 50 cents a
load for water. Some pf them want
it for coffee shops. If there is any
packages to be carried for the peo
ple there is no charge. (To Mr.
Thurston.) The majority of lepers
carry water. They get water from
Waihana, about a mile. The well
at Kalaupapa is brackish. The poi
is carried from Felekunu and Waia
hole, and formerly the people
suffered much from exposure in
waiting for it. A few 3-cars ago a
leper died from that cause. It is
taken from "VVailau now in boats to1
Kalaupapa. A steamer would be
the proper thing, as then there'
would be no delay. The beef is not
such as the people cannot eat, but it
is not fat beef. The first two or
three weeks after strange cattle come
here they run down, but afterward
they pick up. In regard to rice and
bread, what" wo get is number two
rice. California bread is better
than Oregon bread. The latter looks
well, but there is an objectionable
flavor toitthat theydonotlike. Two
pounds of paiai lqst mc a week. If a
man cats it himself it will last him a
week. The weighing machine is
exactly correct. I would make one
suggestion to the President of the
Board and the committee, that is that
seven pounds of bread is barely suffi
cient. Tho portion ofrico is nine
pounds. I do not know why they
should not have nine pounds of each.
Each man receives an order of ?G for
goods and takes his choice. The
choice of merchandise or money was
discontinued about a year ago.
Some would rather have money and
I think some should have money.
Some would abuse it and some would
not. Some would gamble to the last
stitch of clothes on their backs.
Rev.. Father Dainien, asked by
Mr. Gibson about the care of lepers
and if there was any possibility of
their being left in neglect, said:
They are taken very good care of,
but do not have tho benefit of regu
lar nurses. There is some pilikia,
something lacking, but I think it
will bo bettor. (Mr. Dickey Do
you have sufficient medical attend
ance?) The official doctor is not
here very often. When he is here
he is all right. (Mr. Thurston
Cannot you get medicine in tho
hospital when tho doctor is not
hero?) Thero is a certain supply
left. (Mr. Thurston Is it neces
sary for a doctor to live hero all the
time?) If the doctor is not here
somebody should bo hero to act un
der his instructions. The doctor has
tho key, but we will break open tho
door and j'ou can see.
Mr. Hutchinson-r-Dr. Mouritz is
a very good doctor Yory kind nnd
sociable but Ilawaiians will bo Ha
waiiaus, and cast his medicine aside
nnd use the medicine of their own
doctois, and that discourages him.
So far Dr. Mpuritss is a better doctor
than any before him.
Mr. Dickey I heard a complaint
to-day that tho doctor would not go
to see people, but made thum come
to him here.
Mr. Hutchinson If word comes
that a man is very sick the doctor
goes right to him. If a man. when
flick Is atteuded by a kahuna the
nothing to do with
-Aro thero any ka-
Mr. Hutchinson Kahunns 1
nearly everybody is a kahuna.
Father Damicn I would say to
you that an appropriation should bo
made for bringing water to Kalau
pupn. Mr. Thurston Is there a suffi
cient regular supply in the valley?
Father Damicn No ; thero is not.
There is enough to supply water
here In the yard.
An Informal conversation ensued
between Father Dainien, the Presi
dent of the Board of Health and
members of the Legislature, on the
subject of a proper water supply, as
the gathering broke up.
At noon the party assembled at
Kalaupapa to take ship for home.
Here the operation of landing cattle
was observed, fifty head of fat beasts
having justarrived by the steamer Ki
laucallou, from Hon. Sam. Parker's
ranch on Hawaii. They were lowered
from tho vessel into the water and
then led toward the shore by boat
men, who let them go after getting
them' headed right, when they swam
into shallow water and then climbed
up over the rocks. All the Likelikc's
company were on board in time for
a start at 20 minute's after 1 o'clock,
and away she sped for Honolulu.
A large throng of lepers had assem
bled at the landing, and in the small
spaco doubtless many of the visitors
felt a little uneasy at compulsory
contact with the most loathsome of
all diseases, during the few minutes
in which they waited on the gangway
for the boats. Any "description of
the appearance of tho advanced
cases would be too repulsive for the
ordinary reader, therefore such a
thing has not been attempted. The
passage to Honolulu was very agree
able, and performed in the quick
time of four hours and forty minutes.
The Kilauea Hou, which left Kalau
papa twenty-five minutes ahead of
the Likclike, was overhauled and
passed at a quarter to 3. Lunch
was served the passengers immedi
ately on going aboard, an abundant
dinner at 2 o'clock,and refreshments,
to those who had renewed their appe
tites just before the vessel came into
port. Everybody agreed in prais
ing the splendid arrangements for
the excursion, which made it thor
oughly successful so far as indivi
dual and collective enjoyment whs
concerned, and Mr. Wilder's libera
lity will not soon be forgotten by
any of those who participated in the
visit to Molokai on July 17, 1886.
Wlu irihj gtUUthu
MONDAY, JULY 19, 1886.
Stirr Kilauea Hon from Ilauiakua
Sttnr Walmanalo from Walmanalo
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
Sclir Kawailani from Ivoolau
Scar Mille Morris from Ewa
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Iwalanl from Kauai
Stmr Jas Makcc from Kauai
Gerbark F C Slcben, 45 days from
Schr Nettie Merrill from Walanae
Sclir Waiehu from Kuau
Sclir Dora Blum, 12 hours from Kahului
T5k Aurora from.Newcastle, KSW
Bk Birmah from Liverpool
Schr Emma from Kauai
Bk Forest Queen for San Francisco
Stmr Likclike for Maul and Hawaii
Schr Manuokawal for Koolau
Schr Rob Roy for Koolau
Sclir Heeia for Heela
Schr Wailelo for Kuau
Schr Moiwahlnc for Koholalele
Stmr Jas Mukeo for Walanae, Mokulela
and. Walalua at 6 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolll for Molokul
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai
Schr Waiehu for Paia
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Windward Ports
Sclir Waloll for Hoiomu
' VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Rigi, Zopll
Bk Star of Devon, Moekets
Bktue Morning Star, Turner
Fr seer Ilaininonla, Aruard
Ger schr Mary O Bohm, Moberg ,
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Ger bk Faust Bismarck, Vander Vlng
Bgtnc W G Irwin, McColloch
Schr W S Bowne, Paul
Norwegian bark Aurora, Suttcrlaud
Ger bk F O Slebeu, Bruhn
Schr Dora Blulim, Win Bluhm
Bk Birmah, O U Jonas
Am bktue Eureka, Lee
Bk Iloiden, Joycnsou
Brit bk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31,
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Anuuia, from Liverpool, due
Iluw brig Alllo Rowe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due Juno 10-30,
Am brig Snllna, Blake, from San
Frnuclsco, due at Kaliului, .Time 20-20.
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Townseml, W T, due July 20-31.
Am schr Ida Suhnaucr, fiom Eureka,
Cul, due at Kahului, July 20-30.
Nlo bk Kimljio, llowaid, from De
parture Bay, B C, due June 25-30,
CARC0E8 FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Waiehu 810 sugar.
Iwuluui 4,180 sugar, 21 cattle, 20 hides.
001 paddy and 12 rico.
Nettle Men-Ill 2,100 sugar.
Jas Makee 2,492 sugar, 101 molasses,
unit 81 bides.
Kinau 500 bugs sugar, 2,000 ft kou, 253
pkgs hides, U bdls goat skin, 1 horse,
Stmr Mokolll 1,000 sugar, 10 cattle, 0
calves, 55 sheep, 2 lambs and 35
Schr Ehukld 020 sugar, 490 paddy, 18
hags corn, U bags tuio, and 10
dootor will have
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl, July
1811 A Macao, Jr, Cpt L Ahlborn,
Capt J Ross, Prof I II Hitchcock, 12 L
Gullck, Mfss Shattuek, MWs Spooner,
Mrs Mollcr, 0 Grnnncberg, L Gartlnnd,
J l)lokon, Mies S Wohlcis, C Gay, O
Sclioltz, :t Japanese, II Chinese and 3'J
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Kinau, July 18 T U Allium, .) Nawnlil,
OB Fisher, J II Elders, Hcv Father
Loonor. Miss Irene II, Miss Komolke
eliuchu. C L Seherffetln, E M Isard,
MrsGN Smith, Geo Bell, A K El
dredge and wife, II Mullur, wife and
child, J Mogulre, Geo F Rcuton, Miss
Mary Dowsett. Miss M Dowsett. Miss
It Dowsett and servant, 0 A Bailey, B
J Weight. J Kawchewclie. E Beck, J
FrostT O W Baldwin, D D Baldwin and
wife, F S Dunn, Jas A Wilder, Miss
Dora Dowsett, Miss Lamb, F L Clarke
anil 111 deck.
From Newcastle. N 8 AV, per baik
Aurora, July 10 A Duncan and wife.
From San Francisco, per bktue Eu
icka, July 18 Ira B Dutton.
The Norwegian bark Aurora, Capt
Suttcrlaud, arrived this moriiing it!)
days from Newcastle, N S V, with "GO
tons of coal to Wilder & Co.
The Gcrbk Slubeii, Capt Brulin, ar
rived vesterday -15 days from New castle.
N S W, with 87S tons of coal for lrwlu
The schr Emma Claudma arrived at
IIUu last week, 10 days from Sun Fran
cisco with 2 mules, 73 hogs and general
The schr Dora Bltllim, Capt Win
Blulim, anivetl yesterday 12 hours from
Kaliului, to load sugar for San Fran
cisco. She vill sail about Wednesday.
The J D Snreckcls arrived at Hilo Inst
week 10 days from San Francisco with
freight for Hilo and Kaliului.
The bk Star of Devon will dock to
morrow to take iu earth and goods for
the S S Islands. She will sail about
Schr Ehukal sail, this evening for
Walalua with 1,000 R W posts.
The Rigl has cleared for Itoyal Koads
B C, with 150 tons of ballast.
The bk Birmah. Capt C II Jonas, ar
rived this morning, 143 days from
Liverpool with a general cargo. She Is
consigned to Schacfcr & Co. Had good
weather. Has COO tons of cargo for
The W G Irwin was lowered from the
Marine Railway this morning. She will
Ball ou Saturday next.
The bktue Eureka, Capt Lee, arrived
yesterday 10 days from San Francisco
with a general cargo. She had fair
weather. Passed the Wlnkclman. Ex
pects to sail Saturday.
The bk Iloiden, Capt Joyonson, ar
rived yesterday 42 days from Newcastle,
NSW, with 9S0 tons coal to lrwlu &
Co. She will begin- discharging to
morrow at the P M S S wharf.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Hawaii beat the Benedict at
baseball Saturday afternoon with a
score of 10 to 6.
There is no more sugar at Kaliu
lui, and vessels after discharging
there will come to Honolulu to load.
Tun two mile skating race at the
Yosemite rink Saturday night was
won by Hartman, the ex-champion.
Two carriage horses for Mr. Wal
ters, book-keeper for llackfeld it
Co,, arrived by the Eureka yester
day. . .
The new advertisement of the
Popular Millinery House of Mr. N. S.
Sachs contains matter of intorcst to
. m .
The Pawaa Dairy wagon ran away
Saturday on Vineyard street. The
driver was thrown off and badly
The bark Elsinore, Captain Jcnks,
was to sail from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
on or about June 2-ith, with coal for
A Chinaman on
into and knocked
stand at E. O. Hall
horse back ran
over tho fruit
& Son's corner
The Band will play at Emma
Square to-night provided it docs not
rain, but if the rain continues there
will bo no music.
. . t
A DAsnnAi.i. match between the
Maile and Kaiulani clubs played last
Saturday morning, was won by the
former with a ueoio of 15 to 5.
A I.AKOE variety of lava specimens,
pieces of sulphur, borax, and salt
peter, in odd shapes, is on view at
the oificoof the Wilder Steamship Co.
Mil. Williams, Lucas's driver, is
laid up with a broken leg. Ho was
on horseback last Saturday when the
animal slipped and rolled over on his
A i'aintino by Tavernier, from
sketches of California redwoods as
they appear in the evening at a camp
fire, will be on exhibition at King
The Norwegian bark Aurora, which
arrived this morning fiom Newcastle,
N. S. W., mu'do tho passage in 'M
days. That is tho best tiino made for
a numbers' of years between New
castle and Honolulu.
A noAT crew of about seven weio
swamped in tho breakers yesterday,
ami had to wade to shore with bare
feet over tho sharp coral. If you see
a fellow limping you may guess that
ho was ono of the crow.
C. Caklson, second niato of tho
baik Birmah, was drowned oil' Capo
Horn on the Kith day of May, Carl
sou was a Russian Finn, 28 years of
ago, and unmarried. Nobody on tho
ship can toll how Carlson was lost.
Ho dibappearcd suddenly and was
not seen again.
Mn. C. O. Borgor's electric light
will piobably bo exhibited on Wed
nesday night, at P.ilaoo Square,
There aro to bo 5 lights of 20,00 can
dle power each. Mr. Berger invites
tho peoplo to inspect the working of
tho dynamo at tho foundry, whero
thero will also be an electric illumi
nation. 1 '
Last Wednesday eighty Japanese,
laborers of Koloa Plantation, Kauai,
struck work. The Japanese Consul
was there, and five of the leaders of
the strike wero arrested. Tho Japs
claimed that they were over-worked,
but everything being nmicably ar
ranged, the stiikcia returned to work
tho next day.
Tin: most popular resort in tho
city aro the Elite lee Cream Parlors
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
Dn. Flint's IIeaht Rkmedy is a
Specific for all foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith k
Co., Agents. 351
By thostcamer Zealandia tho Lead
ing Millinery House of CIuih. .1.
Fisbel has received a lino lino of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundred Shirts,
French Kid Gloves and Slippers the
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
over Laces. Full lino of Ladies,
Misses and Children's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
PArnoNizn Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, whore he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Monday, July 19th.
House met at 10 o'clock. Prayer
by the Chaplain. Present: Minis
ters Creighton, Dnrc;, Nobles Domi
nis, Clcghorn, Parker, Kapena,
Dowsett, Martin and Walker ; Repre
sentatives Hayselden, Keau, Lilika
lnni, Baker, Kaulii, Amara, Brown,
Kaulia, Pahia, Wight, Nahinu, Kau
hanc, Kekoa, Kalua, Aholo, Richard
son, Dickey, Kaal, Paehaolc, Kauai
Rop. Keau gave notice of a bill to
remove all ilaxes from church pro
perty. Rep. Richardson moved the
following: Whereas through the
courtesy of the honorable noble S.
G. Wilder, the members of this As
sembly were enabled to pay a visit
to the leper settlement on Molokai
on Saturday the 17th on the steamer
Likclike, therefore resolved that this
Assembly do now tender its thanks to
the honorable noble for his hospital
ity. Passed unanimously.
Rep. Aholo read a bill giving
notice of sonic time ago, to amend
an act to regulate the receipt, cus
tody and issue of public moneys.
The lion, member said the old law
provides that the salary of the Audi-tor-Geneial
shall not be reduced;
but the Appropriation Bill submit
ted by the Ministers proposed to
reduce the salary from 812,000 to
S9,000. The object of this amend
ment is to enact that the Auditor
General be paid what the Legisla
Rep. Keau moved that all com
mittees to whom were referred reso
lutions, petitions, bills or items of
the Appropriation Bill be ordered
to report within five days from the
Rep. Kalua moved the resolution
be indefinitely postponed.
Rep. Lilikalani supported the mo
tion. The resolution was put and
Rep. Aholo read a bill to provide
a permanent settlement of $150 per
annum on Daniel Napela, an aged
teacher of 40 j'ears service.
Minister Gibson, on suspension
of the rules, laid on the table
the printed bill to provide
for lighting the city of Honolulu
and its suburbs with arc and in
His Excellency also read his reply
to the resolution of Friday last, con
cerning expenditures of the Board
of Genoalogy, and submitted a detail
ed account of the same, showing as
follows: Salary of President, 86,
000 j Salary of Secretary, $1,500;
Salary of Hookuka, $1,400; G. E.
C. Jackson, preparing ethnological
maps of Genealogy, $77.50; J. M.
Oat, Jr., & Co., stationery, $18.25;
Jas. Liwai, 7 months 6 days ser
vices copying clerk, $575; J. Kau
hauo, caro of Kau Mausoleum,
$1)0.31); J. II. Boyd, amount re
funded treasury at tho close of tho
period of 1881, $75.38: IIopp &
Co., 1 B. W. desk, $28 ; Expenses
going to Ino, Wailuku, for tho
chief's bones, 5100; Expenses going
to Kaloko, Koua, for the chiaf's
bones, $50; Sundry Expenses,
$79.18 total, $10,000.
Rep. Keaij moved the report be
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
beginning at 7 :30. Following is the
March (Jrown Prince Wagner
Overture H uugai Ian Peter uela
Polka Cavalier. . , Kalirbach
Selection Eruaul ,,, Verdi
A hi Wela.
Selection The Grand Mogul. ..Audran
Waltz Fairies Crowo
TheTiukUh Patrol...., Michaels
Galop Go Ahead Plefke
Hawaii l'ouoi. -
EniToit Bi'mxtin : A year or so
ago the Honolulu Miles was a very
popular company. It had a largo
membership which was continually
increasing, and tho organization
possessed cveiy indication of be
coming a light star iu tho social
history of tho Hawaiian Islands.
But now the company has, thiotigh
mismanagement and adverse ciicuui
stances, dwindled down to about one
score and ten active members. If
the Miles could obtain a centrally
located armory for themselves only,
where they could meet every evening,
hold debates, read, play at chess or
chcckci s or indulge in gymnnstio oxer
cisc, where they could have a monthly
hop or exhibition drill, the company
would soon legain its former popu
larity and become the leading mili
tary company of this city.
X. Y. Z.
A CREAT DISCOVERY.
EniTuit Bulletin: It is indued
satisfactory to learn from the P. C.
Advertiser reporter's interview with
Mr. Clans Spreckels, that the pow
erful inllucucu of this gentleman is
shortly to scciire for Honolulu tho
laying down of the pipes which have
so long disfigured the Nuuanu road
nnd letting the water through them,
an obvious and necessary measure
which every man of sense has cried
out for since the pipes were put
there. Nay more, some six years
ago the whole lino for piping was
thoroughly surveyed under Mr.
Wilder's administration, and had he
remained in olllcc the work would
have been done.
All Honolulu believes Mr. Spreck
els to have been the one efficient
power whose financial aid has kept
in olllcc the inefficient, corrupt and
incompetent Gibson ministries who
have hitherto pi evented this neces
sary and obvious improvement. And
now the 1'. V. A. has the check to
claim for him the whojc meiit of it.
Mr. Spreckels is beginning to find
out that a poisonous tree cannot
produce good fiuit. Wc may hope
to find him clear round yet on the
side of the honest and law-abiding
business community. Citizen.
A COPY of the DAILY BULLETIN
of April 19, 18SU. Any person
having tlio above copy will oblige by
sending it to the
82 lw DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that I have
J-i this day revoked my power of At
torney to Apali, dated 27th day of Do
comber, lfcWO, recorded liber 07, page
223, in Register OlUcu, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1SS0. St lin
While Shbts (wilh collar and cuffs)
hamuli icd and Policed,
10 emits each.
White Punts, plain. Laiuid'icd 10 cents;
starched 15 cents.
White Coats, plain, 15 cents; starched,
White Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar pcrdoen for large pieces.
Fifty Cent per doun foi fiuuII pieces
Dancing Cloths $2 oich.
Mosquito llari, f-0 cents, steamed nnd
Blankets, washed ami steamed, 15 cents
Ironing and Finishing Ladies' AVcar
Clothes Received, Washed, and lie
turned on the same day when so ordered.
The Laundry Wagons run to nil patts
of ihe city and suburb;. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will receive
C3T Hell Telephone 100. Mutual 430.
81 tf GEO. CAVEXAGH, Lessee.
THE undersigned, having been ap.
pointed an Assignee of the Estate
of AFU, of Wailuku, Maui, a bankrupt,
all persons indebted to said Estate are
hereby notified to pay tho some immedi
ately to the undcFnlgncd.
7tf fit V. O. l'AHKK, As-lgnee. .
On Llllha-Kttcct, a2.story frame dwell,
ing house, with stable, water, etc., $20 a
On Llllha ttrcet, nu.t to School street,
a small l-ioioiii eottugu; $1U a month,
On Punchbowl street, a new cottage, !
rooms; $10 a month.
A neat and comfortable house, situate
onii lot 100x17ft, hack of Queen's Hos.
pitul and along the continuation of
Lunidilo street, to hull with a lease for
lOyeais from July 1, 18tU. House con.
tains 4 rooms and kitchen ami out-build-lugs.
Reutid, only $;r a year. Land
nicely cultivated. Will sell Lease and
l!ulldiiit!s for $000 cash. Owner leav
leg tho Kingdom.
Ou corner School and Liliha streets, 2
cottages on a double corner lot. Will
Bell entiic propeity for s?:j,G00,
On Puuchbowl street, a new cottage
on a good building lot fronting .the
street, for sale for $1,600.
J2T For further particular.-!, apply to
J. E. AVJSJ2MAN,
7' lw i'Ji!:i'i,I?!i.li!nC!!a Agent,
plMKDlATELY S good girls for
JL dressmaking upplv to
81 Ut MRS. (lASCOYNK. King St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN nuiotiniH of $100 and upwnrds.
Good neurit)' required. Aptly to
J. ALKUKD MAGOON,
05lf 42 Merchant struct, Honolulu
lilncksnillh "Work: .
n & 81 Kii
JCnlrnuecu lrom ICliic:
Every description of work in the above lines performed in a first-claps manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
Z3T Bell Telephone, 107. -a (32r,Iy) , KT Bell Telephone, 107. -a
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King Street, between Fort nnd Alakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Hnllbut, Hams, Bacon, Block Codfish, Kits and tins Sal.
mon Hclllcs, kegs Uuttcr, Cala Cheese, kegs Plckics, kegs Pig Pork, Table llnl.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Splcrd Uccf, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip,
lied liecf, chcs Oysters, Sardine, ScaFonm Crackers, Flour, Bran, Wheat, O.its,
white rnstlle Soup, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qermeu,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo,
" Good Night " nnd Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest
market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamentor.
RESPECTFULLY Informs the Public of Honolulu and tlio Islands generally
that li iutcndfjlo furnish, as soon as tlio needed appliances arrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him. Having made n contract with the Woodlawn Dairy for
a constant supply of their celebrated Cream, will supply his customers with mo'c
than fifty different kinds Fancy CreaniH, Tootle Fruity, Souffles and many more
too numerous to mention here, nil of which he has had practical experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Vienna ond the Royal Confectionery of Bavaria. All
stcam.power-made articles in tills line are far superior to any hand-made.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AND STORE No. 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Both Telephones, No, 74.
V. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for large orders, which it
will bo impossible for any one else to compete with.
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No.l. Brandy,
J. Pelllson's 1 and lOyear.old Brandy, 4
J. J. Mcleher's "Elephant" Gin,
II. W. SMITH CO.'S
"Tlisl Dew" WMsbr,
Coates A Co.'s 'Plymouth" G1d, etc.
4. VJW.I. LINK OK TIIE
Most Favorite Brands
BHJUT8, LIQUKUH8, ETC.,
constantly on hand nud for ealo afthe
P. 0. Box 302.
Both Tel., No. 48.
rWE uuderslgucd, having this day
leased to GEORGE OAVANAGH.
of Honolulu, tho Honolulu Hteam Laun
dry, notice is hereby given that tho said
George Cuvanagh alone is tespoiisible
for ail debts contracted by the said
George Uavunagli for the said Laundry
from and after this date.
w. c. parici:,
Assignee of ,1. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, J une 17,1980, 5Q
"??fe Carriage Building,
uinl Mcrchnnt tSif.
C3TP. O. Box S72;
g 90 100
(3 715 100
Haw'n Carrinec Munf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Iutcr-Ishind S. N.fCo.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
"Wilder's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Cft.,
L. A. THURSTON,:Stock Brokei.
3H Merchant Street 1J5I ly
FIRE, FIRE !
HAVING been obliged (on short
notice by the above element) to.
move to soinu other quarters, wu would
therefore notify our patrons, and all
those that wish ub well, that wc are now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where wc shall lie prepared to fill all
alto, in the Feed line, an
Hay and Grain.
Orders solicited, prompt attention and
ialr prices guaranteed.
tT Bell Telephone 'M0, Mutual Tele,
The White House,
No. IIS Nnunnu Htroot,
HONOLULU, : : H.I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable, FlrttClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
a in iy
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflcn.
Mymott faithful attention will ho
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
Iu Honolulu for ttiu residents of the
89 1 several Islands ot this group, fly
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