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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchnngo ou tho
Bault oi" Onllibi-ilin, H. IP.
And their ngouls In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Boii,!Loiidon
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of fcjydnoy,
Tho Commercinl Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand : Aucklnnd,
Chrlstchurali, find Wellington,
Tho Bunk of British Columbia, Vic
torln, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transnct a Gcncrnl Banking Business.
to gniiji gSttUoJin,
PUcIjmJ to neither Sect nor Fatty,
But cstatllshed for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JULY 20, 188G.
AN ABSURD CONCLUSION.
"What nn absurd conclusion the
Advertiser draws from the proposi
tion of Colonel Sprockets for dis
posing of the reclaimed land near
tho harbor 1 Tho proposition to di
vide into lots of convenient size and
sell upon extended terms of pay
ment, provided the water front be
retained in possession of the govern
ment, is sound enough. But to say
that the carrying out of the proposi
tion is going to create a "demand
for skilled labor, building material,
and merchandise," so that "busi
ness of all kinds would bu stimu
lated" to such an extent that "we
should see an end to the period of
stagnation," is simply absurd and
nothing less. No buildings would
be erected iri the region named
other than for business purposes,
and business must first expand be
fore there can be demand for build
ings in which to transact it. Will
the erection of buildings create
business for other than building ma
terial? and are business men likely
to erect buildings for the sake of
reviving trade in building material,
with the prospect of having to keep
them shut up when completed, as
are several new stores in the lower
part of the city at the present time?
Not much !
HOW THE MONEY GOES.
The statement of expenditures,
with vouchers, of the $10,000 ab
sorbed by the Board of Genealogy
during last biennial period, laid be
fore the house yesterday by Minis
ter Gibson, was a neatly prepared
document. The vouchers are, of
course, all O. K. as they represent
little else than the payment of sala
ries. Out of the $10,000, the three
head officials consume $8,900. Ano
ther $575 is paid a copying clerk,
whether for copying lists of bones
or drafts for salaries, does not ap
pear. The drawing of salaries
seems to have been the main busi
ness of the Board. This duty was
efficiently performed. No part of
it was neglected. A desk and sta
tionery, doubtless for the copying
clerk, cost together, a matter of
$46.25, a very modest outfit indeed.
The desk may be a superior piece of
furniture. Whether it is adapted to
the purpose for which it is required
is best known to the Board. It
would be no more than justice to
the clerk that a select committee be
appointed to examine the article
whether or not it is properly fitted
for the storage and classification of
bones. Separate drawers for chiefs
bones and for bones of the common
order of humanity are, it is to be
hoped, duly provided. The bones
sniffed by the pig, and those sniffed
only by the Board will, if the desk
is properly constructed, be respect
ively consigned to their appropriate
Between the three head officials
and tho copying clerk, .the Board
succeeded in getting away with
$9,475, under the head of salaries.
The sum of $240.39 is laid out in
the care of a mausoleum and bringing
the chiefs' bones from Iao and Ka
loko. No one will object to theso
items. They are evidently legiti
mate expenditures. The services
represented by this $240.39 were
judiciously nnd economically per
formed. But they constitute the
sum total of the actual work of the
Board. Services involving so largo
an outlay as $210.39 require careful
.a h 1 H I Akil1 rit f rt tt uniAit i
and it is
proper that the accounts
same be subjected to the most rigid
scrutiny. Hence tho necessity of
not less than three officials at sala
ries aggregating $8,900 to sec that
the $240.39 is honestly earied.
The magnanimity of the Board is
beautifully exhibited in their gene
rous contribution of $525 from tho
-.funds at their disposal, and which
they applied to specific purposes.
There was nothing to compel them to
share part of the monoy with others.
Instead of taking 80,475 themselves
and disbursing $525 ; had they not
been generous, they might have
taken tho whole of the S 10,000,
and disbursed nothing, not even the
$7fl.-18 for sundries.
"Sentiment," as Minister Gibson
put it the other day, is worth much,
and is cultivated, at considerable
expense, in other countries. The
sentiment of loving attachment to the
treasury developed by the Board of
Genealogy is no evanescent emo
tion. It is made of the right stuff
to survive another bieunlal period.
It has sufficient absorbing capacity
for S10,000 more. Tho officers
want the money. . Representative
Kaulukou's instructions are to carry
the bill through the house, by forced
marches, while the salary pouches
of tho Board's officials wait on tho
treasury hooks to be refilled.
Yesterday attention was called to the
fact that Mr. Spreckels' ideas about
proper conservation of the natural
water supply al Knpena pool had
been anticipated in the Bulletin
months ago. To-day it is our pain
ful duty to clip the great origin
ators plumes in respect to tho other
subject of the so-called "interview"
had with him by an employee of his
own newspaper office. His sugges
tion, that the Esplanade should be
divided into lots and sold, was sub
stantially urged by the Bulletin
about a year ago. It was an en
tirely original idea with the writer
of these lines, who is therefore enti
tled to the lion's share of all the
laudation bestowed upon Mr.
Spreckels by his paid eulogist. The
author of the idea has more than
once been treated in the same unfair
manner by our contemporary, nota
bly when his views of municipal
"incorporation were alleged by that
journal to have been instigated by
conspiring property-owners. And
that paper then ill-mannefedly re
fused to accept the positive state
ment that the Bulletin's articlef on
incorporation were absolutely orig
inal with the regular editor. It is
hardly possible that it will bo can
did enough to-day to admit that all
the brilliant ideas put forth in its
interview with Mr. Spreckels were
really stolen from back files of the
In the answer of the Judges of the
Supreme Court to the question of tbe
Legislative Assembly on the consti
tutionality of the Chinese tax bill,
article 77 of the Constitution is cited
to show that ' 'every law shall embrace
but one object and that shall be ex
pressed in its title." This rule, if
the House is disposed to be guided
by the Constitution will necessitate
a change of name for at least one of
Kaulukou's pet measures. The
"act for the relief of the Board of
Genealogy," can be constitutional,
only by a title expressing its object,
which title will be "an act for the
relief of the Board of Salaries."
Continued from page 4,
Noble Bishop said tho question that
had been asked the Justices applied
to the whole bill, and perhaps thero
was a mistake in the way it hud been
submitted. They havo said enough
in the communication to show that
the bill would not be constitutional.
They were not to consider taxing
Chinese in any other way than stated
in the bill. He thought thero was
no special advantage in having it
The communication was received
and hud upon tho table.
The house took up the order of the
day, and went into committee of the
whole, on the Appropriation Bill,
Noble Cleghorn in the chair;
Salary Clerk Sheriff of Maul.... $1,800
Salary Clerk Sheriff of Hawaii.. 1,600
Kep. Palolnui moved to insert
Salary Clerk Sheriff of Kauai.... 6800
Police of Oalm, Mnjil, Hawaii
and Kauai, four Items ag
Kep. Keau said purt of the com
mittee on the police, had reported
in the forenoon, and moved tho con
sidcration of these items be post
poned until the other members of
that committee have reported. Car
ried. Coroners' Iiumest $2,000
Incidental), Ciiinluul und Civil
Noble Knpena moved this item be
postponed until a statement be given
by the Attorney-General of the ex
penditures under this head for Inst
licp. Brown move the item pass
as in the bill.
Rep. Dole moved $8,000.
Reps. Kaulukou, Keau, Kauhi,
Paehaole and Minister Dare, also
expressed their viewa on tho item.
Passed as in tho bill.
'UntnitiV3xihnmifr - ,i - itHKmtutaeiatiit -
Messenger and Copyist 88,000
llcp Brown moved to amend to
make 'the item read, "Messenger,
Kep. Brown moved committee
proceed to consideration of items in
the Finance Department. Curried.
Salary of AsMilant. Storekeeper. '2,-100
Salary of Thhd Statistical Clerk. 2,400
Salary of Keeper of Steamer
The report of tho committee on
these items, made May 19th, was
taken from the tabic and read.
Rep. Brown moved that the Salary
of Assistant Storekeeper be S2,400.
The same member moved Salary
of Third Statistical Clerk be stricken
Noble Knpena was in favor of
passing the item, as the Collector
General says it is necessary.
Noble Martin said the nnme of
the lion. Noble who has just spoken
is attached to the committee report
just read recommending to strike
out the Hem.
Rep. Keau spoke at length in
favor of the item, but was called to
order by Rep. Palohau under the
five minute rule.
Rep. Richardson objected to tho
member for Honolulu occupying
, The chair ruled that the member
must ask leave of the house before
proceeding further, which on being
put to the house, was refused.
Minister Kanoa said the Collector
General had told him this clerk was
Rep. Dole supported the motion
to strike out.
The item passed as in the bill.
Salary of Keeper of Steamer
Rep. Brown moved the item be
struck out, which carried.
Rop. Kaulukou moved to insert
Subsidy to Oceanic Steamship
Rep. Dole said there was a peti
tion of banana growers, asking for
certain conditions to be attached to
the subsidy, and he moved the item
be deferred for consideration with
the bill granting tbe subsidy. Car
ried. Rep. Kalun called attention to an
order of the house a few days ago,
requiring the Secretary to present a
list of items recommended by the
It was ascertained that the motion
was made in committee of the whole
but not acted ou, and, on motion of
Rep. Kalua, the Secretary was
ordered to have the items ready for
the committee of the whole next
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
Subsidy for a Steamer t) run
regularly between Honolulu
and Pu'koo, I.ahalna. and
Lunni, also touching at Ha
lawa, Pclekunu, and Kalau
papa, Molokai $5,200
Rep. Brown spoke of the necessity
of a steamer to run to the leper
settlements, and to carry paiai to
Minister Gibson agreed with the
hon. member for Koolauloa and the
lion, mover of the item. There
were two considerations, assistance
to the leper settlements and the
avoidance of the great dangers to
boating. If the item should be
voted, he should at once, as Minis
ter of Interior, publish an advertise
ment calling for tenders, and the
patty giving the best assurance of
doing the work properly should have
the contract. He would that the
item be inserted in the Interior
Rep. Kaulukou said even if it was
inserted in the Interior Department
the Minister had no authority to
make a contract, without a special
Rep. Brown dissented from the
last speaker, holding that if tho
house granted the money in the In
terior appropriations, the Minister
could make a contract whenever and
however he pleased.
Rep. Aholo coincided with the
hon. member for Koolauloa, The
Minister had signified his readiness
to make a contract, and it would be
a great advantage to the.settlcments
to have ft steamer. With proper
facilities of communication between
the settlements and the Board of
Health, thero would be less com
plaint heard from that qunrtor. He
had experienced in his own business"
the benefit of the steamer that used
to run alternately to Maalaea Bay
Rep. Paehaole said he would with
draw his motion to iuscrt tho item
in the Finance Department and
renew it again under tho head of
the Interior Department. Ho had
moved it the other day in the In
terior, but the member for Ililo
objected that it must go in the
Finance Department, and now wiipn
he moved it in the latter ho was told
it should go in the Interior.
Minister Kappa said ho was a
Minister who understood very little
English nnd therefore could 'hardly
tell what his colleagues said to him,
and they could know but littjo of
what ho said to 'them. lie therefore
moved to inser.t
Pay of nn Interpreter 2,400
Rop. Brown said the interpreter
would get all Die Cabinet secrets.
Rep, Kalun hoped the motion
would bo withdrawn, as it rpally
amounted to adding $1,200 a year to
tho Minister's salary.
After further discussion in Ha
waiian by Reps. Palohau und Kaulu
kou, the motion was lost.
Minister Gibson moved that the
Interior Department be resumed,
for tho purpose of inserting the item
of $5,200 for a steamer to Molokni,
irritt - nn
Tho committee- then rose nnd re
ported progress, and the report was
adopted. Tho house adjourned at
1 :50 till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
SIXTY-KUTII DA A'.
TitesiUY, July 20th.
The Assembly was opened at 10
a.m., with prayer by tho Chaplain.
Present: Ministers Crcighton and
Dare; Nobles Walker (President),
Clcgorn, Kuihclnui, Dominis, Kane
and Knpena; Reps. Keau, Ilaysel
den, Lilikalani, Baker, Amain,
Brown, Pahia, Kaunamano, Wight,
Nahale Nahinu, Kauhane, Kekoa,
Aholo, Kalun, Kattkuu, Richardson,
Castle, Dickey and Kaai. The
minutes of yesterday's sessions
were read and approved.
Rep. Nahinu, on suspension of tho
rules, presented a petition from
three persons in Honolulu, praying
for compensation of $000 for two
houses taken from them at Kalait
papa by the Board of Health. Re
ferred to Sanitary Committee.
Kep. Brown presented a report
from the select committee on the
item of $90,000 for support of priso
ners, as follows:
To the Hon. J. S. Walker, Presi
dent Legislature Assembly Sir:
Your special cotnmittco to which was
referred the item "Support of Priso
ners, $90,000," respectfully beg
leave to report that they have had
the same under consideration, and
arc of the opinion that the item
should be divided, and tho
sums appropriated be placed under
two heads, as one portion of the ap
propriation will be expended in pay
ing tho expenses of management,
such as pay of physician, of the
deputy jailor, clerk, chaplain, turn
keys and overseers of Oahu Prison,
and also in paying the jailors and
over&eers of all other jails and pri
sons on the islands, and also in pay
ing all other expenses of the different
prisons on the islands, to include
also the paying for photogrnping of
prisoners. All the above enume
rated items have heretofore been
paid from out of the item, "Sup
port of Prisoners," although strictly
speaking they do not come under
that head. The committee therefore
recommend that the item be amended
so as to read as follows :
Prison management, to include
pay of physician, jailors
and overseers, etc., etc.:.. $;i."i.OOO
Support of Prisoners 50,000
Thus leaving the latter item for the
support solely of the prisoners con
fined in the different jails and pri
sons on the islands.
Dated Honolulu, July 20, 1880.
Walter M. Gibson,
John T. DakU,
John W. Kalua,
F. PaiiiX. .
On motion of Rep. Richardson the
report was adopted.
Rep. Brown also read a minority
report and bub-rcports of the com
mittee of thirteen on police pay as
To the Hon. J. S. Walkeu, Presi
dent of the Legislative Assembly.
Sut: As one of the committee of
thirteen, to whom was referred the
items, "Pay of Poliee of Oahu, Ha
waii, Maui and Kauai," 1 herewith
beg leave to report that it is impos
sible for me to concur in or recom
mend that the report presented by
other members of the committee to
this house on the 19th inst., be
In the first place, the assignment
of pay for the deputy sheriffs and
police for the outer districts of Oahu,
arc made up without any regard to
"the area of the districts or the num
ber of inhabitants. The pay of all
deputy sheriffs in my opinion should
be equal, and no discrimination in
their pay should' be made, in any
district. I further think it impolitic
for this house to fix the pay of
police officers ; that should be left
to the mai'bial and shpriffs, who are
better able to judge pf the amount
that should be paid and how much
the services rendered are worth.
The report of the committee pres
ented on the 19th inst. adds a bum
of 640,800 to the amount asked
for in t0 Apprpprintion Bill,
and it is submitted that the
Attorney -General from the in
formation laid before him is a
better judge as to the amount re
quired for the police department of
tip diffprpul islands than this As
sembly. Tjie pay of J,hp deputy
marshal lias been already passed, by
this house, and should bo taken out
of the appropriation for the police of
As this house has been asked to
economize, it seems proper here to
remark that where tho Ministry nsk
for a certain sum which according
to their estimates is sufficient for till)
purposo for which it is asked, it is
bad policy to recommend the puss
age 'of itmns which increase tho
amount asked for in tho sum of
$40,800. I am therefoio of tho
opinion and recommend that tho
housu pass tho items as they stand
in the Appropriation Bill, as sub
mitted to this Assembly.
Dated Honolulu, July 20, 880.
I endorso fully tho above minority
report and adopt it as my own.
p. l. Dipicny.
Without passing upon the point
ns to tho proprjety of fixing tio pay
of individual policemen, in this As
sembly, referred to above, I concur
generally with the conclusions of
the above report. S. B. Dole.
Laid pa the table.
Rep. Dplo read a first time an
amendment to the constitution, re
lating to the wilhdiawal of money
from the treasury (referred bnck to
him the other day for want of a
Hawaiian version). He also read a
first time another amendment to the
Constitution, relating to the Justices.
of the Supremo Comt. Tho hills
were ordered to be pi luted.
Rep. Kaulukou read a first time
an act to provide for live judges of
the Supreme Court. Ordered to lie
printed. lie also presented a reso
lution for nn item of $1,000, to pay
road damages to one D. Kaaitn, of
Hilo. Referred to Public Lands
Minister Crcighton presented the
following reply to questions of Rep.
Hon. J. S. Walkeh, President of
the Legislative Assembly. Sin:
I have the honor to present the fol
lowing replies to the questions put
to mo in the resolution introduced
by tho hon. member for Wailuku,
Mr. Castle,. and passed by the house
on the Mlh instant.
1st, Nine hundred and sixteen
(910) return passports have been
issued to Chinese since Sept. 1st,
2nd, Thirteen hundred and eighty
seven (1387) Chinese have left the
islands since Sept. 1st, 1885.
3rd, Kighteen hundred and
seventy-one (1871) Chinese have
arrived in the kingdom since Sept.
1, 1885, of whom about six hundred
and forty (040) entered without
passports in accordance with the
regulations at the time in force.
-lth, Two dollars ($2) is charged
to each person receiving a passport.
5th, The fees, less the expenses
of the passports, are turned into
the treasury as Government realiza
tions. ROBERT J. CltEKJIiTON,
Minister of Foieign Affairs.
Aliiolani Ilnle, 19th July, 1880.
Rep. Dole thought one point was
not yet clear. Chinamen got pass
ports without intending themselves
to go to China at till. Tho Govern
ment should give the passports to
the "captain of the vessel on which
the applicants arc to sail. It was a
prolitablc business for Chinamen to
buy passports and send them to
China, where they brought prices as
high as $5 each.
Minister Crcighton said no such
thing occurred at all. The greatest
possible care was taken at the For
eign Office, and passports were re
fused except to those who produced
tax receipts, showing thein to be
residents. Very few passports had
been issued for the outgoing
steamers on that account. That
was tho rule now ; ho was ouly
speaking of what came under his
Rep. Dole asked the Minister how
he would know the Chinaman was
not lying, and that ho did not want
the passport to mail it to China.
Minister Crcighton replied they had
the certificate of the resident Chi
nese Commissioners, that the men
applying are propeily idcntilicd and
are going to China themselves. Of
course it was possible that the pass
ports could be sent away, but the
Government proposed to establish a
new regulation, requiring that per
sons applying for passports must
furnish their photographs.
Rep. Dole remarked that China
men looked so much alike there
would be difficulty in identifying
them by their piotuies. Still, ho
thought that was in the right direc
tion. It would be better to issue
the passports to captains or to the
Minister Gibson referred to the
earnest attention given the matter
by the late Minister of Foreign
Affairs, which ho was surocontiniied
with the present incumbent. This
land had been made such a pleasant
one that the Chinese were eager to
come to it. In consequence, the
Hawaiian Consul at Hongkong in
formed them, even $20, $30, or $40,
wns offered for "passports there. If
they only brought tjieir wives, the
Chinese woud bo wclcoinp here,
but they did not want any national
ity to swann hero without families.
Minister Crcighton, in reply to
Rep. Brown, said a number of those
who left the kingdom had no pass
ports, having faied to produce tax
receipts, Tip figures of those arriv
ing and departing were from the
Custom House, those relating to
passports from tho Foreign office.
Rep. Castle wanted to know what
the i'pxppnsps" of passports were.
Minister Gibson sni( a porton of
the receipts for passports wore paid
into tho tieasnry after tho closp of
tho period, mm did not appear In
the report. Tho cost of passports
was trilling, but a portion of tho re
ceipts from that source were applied
by tho Secretary to office expenses.
Ho had forbjddun this when he
found It out. Again, the Spcrptury
was working after hours in connec
tion with the issuing of passports,
nnd it was only right ho should have
been paid extra for that. Then
there was thu cost of printing llio
blanks, which was trilling,
Rep. Castle concluded that the
wholo amount of that was that about
Sl'jOUO Imd been iccuivi'ri for pass
ports, but it did not all go into the
Rep. Hayseiden thought the fig
urps had been explained by the
Minister of JTorcign Affairs. Tho
difleieiico wns owing to tlmswlnv
went away without passports. The
bark Hydra had 200 passengers,
nnd ouly about 40 had passports.
The reply was Jaid. pntho table,
OI!tEn OK THE DAY.
On motion of Rop. llny&aldrn,
tho house went into committee oi tho
wholo on the tnx bill, Rep. Keau in
Rep. Hnyscldcn and Minister
Dare renewed' their amendments of
the picvious sitting.
Rep. Dole moved an amendment
to the 1st section, that hoc. 14 of
tho law proposed to be amended
rend ns follows: "Thu term 'real
properly' for the purpose of this
act shall be deemed to mean and in
clude all land with nil improvements
affixed thereto, and nil things grow
Rep. Hnyscldcn said'lhiit included
growing cane and was a' new de
parture. Ucp. Brown was speaking agninst
the provisions of the first section,
when, at 12:10, the committee took
a recess till 1 :30.
IOU TWO HOYS, ouc 10 nnd tho
. other 18. Porlugiic-o; nlt,o, for a
woman at viihitig and inning. Apply
to M. A OONZAIiVES&OM.,
83 lw Quten Street.
ial Sale of Hay.
On WEDNESDAY, July 21
At 10 a.m., 1 nni instructed "10 sell at
public auclion, at my Salesrooms,
100 Bales New Hay
Just Landed, ex Eureka.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
By older of .Mr. C. Croightnn, As
signee of tho J'Xale of C. IS. Miles,' a
Hankrnpl, I will sell at public auction,
at my Salesroom,
On TI1U1JSDAY, July 22nd,
At 12 o'clock noon, the following ar
ticles, belonging to said Estate:
1 Al SMeti Wip,
with Pole nnd Shafts; 2 dirts for break,
ing HuibOf, S Sets Double Uiirncsp,
3 Sets Single Harness,
3 Sets-Bitting Harness, 1 Ridintr Saddle,
Hoiso Hoots and Clothing, 1 Cooking
Stove & Uiensils, etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
83 Ut Auctioneer.
A COPY of the DAILY BULLETIN
of April 10, 1880. Any person
having the nbovc copy will oblige by
sending it to tho
82 lw DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE
NOTICE is hereby given, that I have
this day revoked my power of At
torney to Apaii, dated 27th day of Do.
eomher, 1880, recorded liber 07, pngo
223, in Register Ofiice, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 18.0. 81 1m
Whito Shi' tc (with collar and cull's)
Laundried nnd Polished,
10 cents each.
White rants, plain, Laundried 10 cents;
staiched 15 cents.
Whito Coats, plain, 15 cents; starched,
White Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Dollar per dozen for lurge pieces.
Fifty Cents per dozen for f mall pieces
Dancing Cloths $2 each.
Mosquito Bars, f.O cents, steamed and
Blankets, wasliet anU steamed, 15 cents
Special Rates for Ship's
Ironing ml Finishing Ladies' Wear
Clothes 'Received, Washed, and lie.
turned on the tame (lay when so ordered.
The Laundry Wagons mn to all paits
of the city and suburb. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will receive
. KT Bell Telephone 100. Mutual 480.
81 tf OEO. CAVENAOH, Lessee.
rPIIE undersigned, haying been np.
X pointed an Assignco ot the Estate
of AFU, of Wailuku, .Maui, a bankrupt,
all peibOus lndnhted In said Estate arc
hereby notified to pay tho same immedl
utely to the undersigned.
7U fit W. O- PARKE, Assignee.
A 8 complaints have ranched ino of
J.X. late from some of my customers
that they can purchase Hawaiian. inmlo
Soap ehenper than I havo lean selling
it, I beg lo auto that 1 hnvu always
tiauncteil my uuslnotfis in u fair and
straigbtforwuid way, charging tlioFuino
price lo nil alike, and selling at a
moderate rate; nnd al tho same timol
would Inform my customers mid tho
public that from and after this dale my
prleo will be 7 per 100 lbs,
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Workj, Leleo, Hono
lulu, June 21st. CO
TMMEDIATELY 3 good girls for
X dressmaking apply to
8t Ut MBS GASCOYNE.'Klngst.
MONEY TO LOAN.
IN amounts of $10Q and upwards.
Good security ltquired. Apply to
J. ALFUBP MAOOON.
05tf -13 .Merchant street, Honolulu
A GOOD, RELIABLE MAN, past
. inIddo ago," wants a position as
night watchman. Apply to
J. ALt'REDMAGQON, .
70 -laMcichaut St., Honolulu.
On l.llilift street, nS-story frnmedwell.
lug house, with stable, wntcr, etc., $20 a
On Llllha Mrorl, next 10 Snhun street,
n small 4-ioem cotlaire; $12 a month.
On 1'iiiiHiImimI liiet, n now cottage, 4
rooms; $10 a niuntli.
A mill and i mii'iHble house, situate.
011 n lullOtlM'it), Imck of Qiiupii'm Hos.
nihil and nli-ng tin continuation of
Lunalllo siieci, to s-j-11 with si lense for
lOyeais from .ltd.i I, IS 0 House con.
tains 4 room and l.in lien aml.out build
ings. Renin I, only $:n a cr Land
nicely culihateil. Will fill ,tnta nnd
Huildlnirs for (;() cich. Uivner lea v.
lug tho Kingdom.
On corner School and IjilUm strec's, 2
cottages on a double o.it.i'i lot. Will
sell entire propcity for $:i,i00.
On Punchbowl street, a new eottngo
ou a good bull ling lol hunting tho
fctreet, Tor sale for $l,f,00.
EST For further particulars, apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
The Delightful Residence
of Rev. J. M, Aloxnmler, situate at
Consisting of 223 Acres of Land,
of which 20 Acres is planted Milh Eura.
lyptus, fit for cutting for Jliewood. The
wood finds ready safe delivered on the
plnce. Thero nro also 1 Acre in Guinea
grass, 0110 of tho mot valuable gratses
known for stock. inlsing. Also,
A-Lane Dwelling; Hise,
Servants' House, Cnrringo House,
and all tho conveniences of a home.
Tho premises have an UNFAILING
WATER SUPPLY, which Is laid on in
pipes to tho house and pastures. Also,
1 Choice American Stallion,
1 Jack, about 50 Horses,
mares and colts,
1 Part Durham. Bull, about
The pasture land is very rich, afford
ing abundance of pasturage, for twice
the number of stock now on it.
Several ravines close 10 the houso nro
well stocked with bearing fruit, trees:
Alligator Pears, Mangoes, Peaches,
Breadfruit, Pine Apples, etc., etc.
The laige yard In which the dwelling
stands is a beautiful combination of
green turf, ornamental shrubbery and
The location is on tho tlope about one
mile mauka of tho Haiku Mill, and ow
ing to its elevation the scenery isunsur.
passed, and the temperature much cooler
than at the sea level.
There in a good English school al
Extensive adjacent lands are for sale
or lease In case tho purchaser wishes to
combine them for a large ranch.
Also, 28 Acres and an 8-Eoom
Cottage at Olinda,
At an elevation of 4,000 fcetl
TERMS MODERATE Cash or mort
gage. For further particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
73 2wl as Merchant Street.
Begs to inform the Public in general
that ho has received an
of Ladies', Gums1 and Children's
Boots, Shoes ds
Mer-Islai S. I. Co.,
Tlie J3est Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, July 13th.
The steamer passes along tho entho
coast of the leeward sldo of Hawaii, nf.
fording tourists a nnnnrninn of charm,
lug scenery, und will stop at Kealiike.
kua Hay. whuro Hufllolent time is allow,
ed to visit tho Monument of Captaiu
Tourists by this route reach Puimliiu
nt 0 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only ono night on tho
vessel, mukiug tho entiro pastngo in
smooth wntcr. At Puniiluu theie Is tho
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII
and from thoro tourists v 111 bo conveyed,
by railroad to Pilhala, thence by sfugo
coach lo Half. way House, where horsea
nnd guides will be in attendance tocou.
vcy jhem to tho Volcano.
Toufi'stB will have two nights nnd onp
wholo day at tho Volcano Houso.
Tickets for the round trip, $j0, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAGB,
Agrnt, ufWiJIianis' Phologinnli Gallery!
1' on btrtet, or at tho olllco of tho I. I, B,
N. Co,, Esplanade. inq Cni
mu. inifciUiaSf. -si-i
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