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THURSDAY. JULY 22, 188G.
YET MORE FOLLY.
The latest development of polit
ical folly is the call upon the Legis
Jatlvc Assembly lor an appropria
tion of S30,000 for foreign missions.
These missions, be it understood,
are radically different from what
church-going people understand as
foreign missions. These latter are
usually accepted as bona fide expe
ditions sent out by enlightened com
munities for the illumination of the
barbarous inhabitants of less fav
ored regions. And apart from any
' expression of opinion on the merits
of religious foreign missions in them
selves, there is this much at least
to say in their favor, that whether
their object be to gather Hocks into
the Protestant, the Roman Catholic
or the Mormon fold, they arc organ
ized nnd prosecuted with n definite
object in view. So
seem possible to be
,. ., .-j
mui-u uucs not
Hle"ed of the
Hawaiian pditncaJrforcign missions.
The purposes they serve in the
economy of international civilization
are about as indefinite as are
the investigations of the Board of
Genealog', and are practically
about as barren of results. Granted
that, as was announced yesterday,
with much gusto, 03- the ex-Minister
of Foreign Affairs, a warship was
Bent here bj' the "Czar of all the Rus
eias" to compliment this kingdom
by investing His Majesty with a fine
piece of jewelry worth $18,000, it
does not follow that the Hawaiian
Islands are greatly advantaged
thereby. The mission cost the
treasury in the vicinity of $20,000,
so that the net value of the compli
ment is represented by a clear loss
of $2,000. Nor does it follow that
the present Assembly is called upon
to scatter $80,000 of the public
funds over the face of the earth in
the form of diplomatic salaries.
And there arc no indications that
any power is, at the present time,
angling for the distinction of being
officially recognised by the Hawa
iian Minister of Foreign Affairs, or
that any further high compliments
are pending this vote of $30,000.
If anything is calculated to degrade
this kingdom in the eyes of foreign
powers, it is such a vote as the one
""iiow proposed, to invest $30,000 in
accrediting Ministers to fish for
complimdntK and glory. Taking
the Minister's example of the bene
fit accruing from the foreign mis
sion business, it appears that the
country has to pay more for its
whistle than the article is woith.
Among other enterprises in pros
pect to be provided for out of this
$30,000 is a mission to Samoa. A
Hawaiian political instructor is to be
sent to Samoa to elucidate in that
benighted region the principles of
constitutional government. The sub
lime folly of this scheme is so trans
parent that it has only to be men
tioned to provoke the ridicule and
contempt of every nation on the
earth. Fancy the representative of
the kingdom of the Ilnwaiian Islands
introduced to the British, United
States nnd German Consuls at
Apia, Samoa, nnd informing them of
the objects of his embassy, what
would follow in case thoso gentle
men should ask the Hawaiian Min
ister to rclato the story of the
appointment of tho present Ha
waiian Cabinet? The unfortunate
diplomat would want at least twenty
hours to consider whether he ought
to vindicate his country by perpen
dicular lying or invite the risk of
being sent adrift in the nearest
canoe. It can readily he imagined
the cold sarcasm with which tho
New York, London nnd Berlin
papers would pioceed to debate the
question whether to veto tho Ha
waiian ambassador a fool or the
Hawaiian Minister of Foreign Af
THE PACIFIC GABLE.
An Ottawa despatch of July lith
Sanford Fleming, ono of tho best
civil engineers of Canada, sailed for
England to-day on behalf of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, to confer
with the Imperial Government nnd
Australian Agent-General concern
ing the establishment of cable com
munication between Canada, Japan
nnd Australia, and to ascertain the
amount of annual subsidy which the
Colonies will guarantee. Sir Charles
Tupper will also receive instructions
from the Dominion Government in
connection with a similar scheme.
This is Fleming's scheme, which the
Imperial authorities promise to sup
port. The idea is to lay a cable
from Victoria, 13. C, thence either
to the Aleutian or Sandwich Islands ;
thenco to Yedo, Japan ; thence to
Hongkong, and from there to Aus
tralia, where it is understood here
that a cable is to be laid and con
nected with the Canadian Pacific
Railway telegraph system.
We are not sufficiently posted in
the question to give any information
as to the relative physical advan
tages of the Aleutian and the Ha
waiian Islands. In view of the prob
able certainty of a cable being laid,
however, it seems to bo well worth
while for our Government to con
sider, while the Legislature is in ses
sion, what inducements this king
dom can afford to bring about a de
cision, on the part of the layers of
the cable to make these Islands the
central Pacific station.
Continued from pa ye 4.
men ; yet it was entirely unneces
sary. Itwa,s-spoken of in the house
last session, that there was no good
iriLrflt had really turned out that
'it had done them more harm than
good. He did not think he could
pick out of that more than $0,000
that he could say was well expended.
As remarked, this money was nearly
all expended, while appropriations
for home wants were nearly all put
off. A very small part of the vote
for schoolhouses was expended, and
he was told it was because the funds
were short. Was that the way to
get honor for Hawaii, to he in debt
at home and send useless represent
atives abroad? The missionaries
who had been sent down to the
islands in Micionesia had been a
credit to this country, but he be
lieved the best thing they could do
was not to send any political mis
sionaries to those islands. Anyone
who would read the correspondence
published from the Foreign office
relating to the sending of represen
tatives to those islands down south
would congiatulate himself that this
country had been so kindly treated
and had not been snubbed, and they
owed it in the first place to the
friendly feeling of those great
powers to which representatives had
been sent from this country, and in
the second place to the skill with
which negotiations had been conduct
ed. They had been told in a kindly
way that they were too late and' that
they had better let that sort of thing
alone. He thought they would gain
much more credit by attending to
their affairs at home and not being
too ambitious to go nhioad when
they were not asked. It looked like a
very large appropriation even after
making the reduction proposed.
Credit was taken for reducing it to
$30,000. They used to bo satisfied
with appropriating three or four or
five thousand, and eventually six
thousand to meet some exigencies
Hint might arise. After being asked
for $50,000 it might seem very small
indeed to appropriate $6,000, but
yet he thought it was quite enough.
Rep. Castle did not agree with
striking it out altogether, as there
should be something for contingen
cies, lie moved to make it $10,000.
He reviewed the expenditures of the
Foreign Office, and compared the
masquerading of the kingdom
abroad, while it was paying heavy
interest on debt at home to the "Ha
waiian Dandy" going out in lines
clothes. Local improvements were
neglected for want of money all the
while judging from the American
press, the recommendation of t'he
United States, for Hawaii to send a
commissioner to Samoa, it appeared
the Americans did not have a very
fine thing down there and would be
very glnd to put it oft" on Hawaii.
Supposing they sent a commissioner
down to Samoa and he was sent out
in a boat, what were they to do
about it? Would they go to war
with Samoa? He thought he had as
much prido in Hawaii as the Minis
ter of Interior had, and was equally
proud that she occupied such a high
position. He did not think she oc
cupied any higher position because
she sent envoys abioad.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the com
mittee rise, which carried, and the
house, after adopting the report, ad
journed at 4:45 till 10 o'clock to
morrow. SIXTY-SUVKKTII DAY.
TiiunsDAY, July 22nd.
The Assembly met at 10 a. m.,
and was opened with prayer by the
Chaplain. Piesent: Ministers Gib
son, Crcightou, ICnnoa and Dare;
Nobles Walker (President), Kapena,
Cleghorn, and Martin ; Rep9. Keau,
LUlkalaui, Baker, Browo, Pallia,
Kaunainano, 'Wight, Nahalo, Kau
lianc, Kalua, Aholo, Knuknu,
Richardson, Castlo Kaai, Thurston
and Pachnole. The minutes of last
meeting were read and approved.
Rep. Aholo presented a report of
the Finance Committee on sundry
petitions. 1st, on one from M. Ke
aloha, that $05 be appropriated for
him, or a royal patent bo given him
for certain land, they find it a just
claim and recommend that the
amount be granted; 2nd, on a peti
tion from Fire Company No. 4, Ho
nolulu, for a specific appropriation
of $5,000, because it does not get its
fair share of the gcnoral appropria
tion, they are of opinion that this is
a matterthat can bo settled by the
Minister of Interior, and recommend
that the petition be laid on the tabic ;
3rd, on a petition from Knanapall
that the indemnity law be repealed,
they say the bill is not yet law, and
recommend that the petition be
laid on the table to be conidered
with the bill; 4th, on a petition
from one Waiale, claiming
he had been overtaxed, they
say he should have resorted to
the tax appeal board, and recom
mend that the petition be laid on
the table; 5lh, on a petition from
Rev. "W. P. Knhale, that he be paid
$12 in gold for taxes of that amount
paid twice, they find that the matter
is as stated, and recommend that an
item be inserted to refund the
money, bigneu by Keps. Aholo,
Richardson, Keau and Ilayselden.
Rep. Dickey presented the follow
ing minority report in the same
The minority of your Finance
Committee cannot agree with the
majority in their leport on the peti
tiom iiom 1(Us District of Kaanapali,
praying'thatlhe Indemnity Bill be
indoflnitcly postponed and the Min
isters ordered to refund the money
to the treasury.
Upon a careful examination of
the bill referred to, we find that all
the payments were made in direct
contravention of Article 15 of the
Constitution, which leads:
nor shall any money be drawn from
tho treasury without such consent
of the Legislative Assembly ex
cept when between the sessions of
the Legislative Assembly the emerg
encies of war, invasion, rebellion,
pestilence or other public disaster
shall arise, and then not without the
concurrence of all the Cabinet
and of a majoiity of the whole
Privy Council; and the Minister
of Finance shall render a detailed
account of such expenditure to the
There has been no war, invasion,
rebellion, pestilence or other public
disaster during the last period. The
Privy Council has not authorized the
expenditure of an3 of this money.
The Minister of Finance has not
rendered a detailed account of such
expenditure to the Legislative As
sembly. The law has therefore
been broken in every particular, and
we recommend that the prayer of
the petitioners be granted.
(J. II. Dickky.
On motion of Rep. Castle, both
reports were laid on the table to be
considered with the Indemnity Bill.
Rep. Castle asked the chairman
of the Printing Committee about a
new rule of the house that was
ordered to be printed.
Minister Gibson promised his im
mediate attention to the matter.
Rep. Castle presented a report of
the select committee on petitions
for aid to schools, as follows:
Hon. J. S." Walkek, President
Legislative Assembly. Sir: Tho
Select Committee to which was re
ferred 1 a petition presented by
Hon. D. II. Nahinu from South
Konn, Hawaii, praying that a new
school house may be constructed at
Alae. 2 a petition presented by
Hon. S. W. Kaai from Kaupo, ilaui,
praying that an English school be
established at that place, and 3, a
resolution introduced by Hon. A. P.
Pachnole that items of $1,000 each
be inserted in the Appropriation Bill
for the construction of school houses
at Kaluaaha and Ilalawa, Molokai ;
respectfully report as follows : While
they regard it as perfectly proper
for petitions of this character to be
addressed to the Legislative Assem
bly, yet it would hardly bo proper
or consistent for tho Assembly to do
more than make recommendations
to tho Bureau of Education, unless
indeed such dissatisfaction existed
with said bureau as to induce the
Legislature to enact laws compelling
certain lines of action, and such
dissatisfaction does not now exist.
With regard to tho prayers of said
petitions your committee find on ex
amination that the school house in
Alae is in sad need of repairs and
that they should be made as soon as
With respect to an English school
in Kaupo, there are already thice
good Hawaiian schools at that place
while there are but sixty childien of
school age more or less the expense
and outlay necessary to establish
and maintain an English school also
would hardly be justifiable.
If however the threo Hawaiian
schools were discontinued material
enough would exist for an English
school. But it would involve the
construction of a new school house
and the employment of an English
teacher, tho consideiation of the
Board of Education to this matter is
Also school houses at both Kalua
aha and Ilalawa on Molokai would
be of benefit to those districts for
the buildings now there are small
and inconvenient and hardly suited
to tho requirements of thoso places,
The matter of now school build
ings and repairs has however been
more fully treated by the Committco
in another report and thoy thercforo
recommend thnt tho said petitions
nnd resolutions ho laid upon the
table, and that n copy of this report
be transmitted by the clerk of tho
Assembly to the Board of Education.
W. R. Castle,
Cuas. R. Bisiior,
S. W. Kaai.
Minister Gibson said it would be
obvious why he did not sign the re
port, being President of the Board
of Education, but it met with his
The report was laid on the table
to bo considered with the Appro
Rep. Brown presented the follow
ing question to the Minister of
I hereby ask that His Excellency
the Minister of Finance furnish this
house'in writing with the names of
nil tax collectors appointed during
the last biennial period, who ueie in
default or who failed to pay over all
taxes collected by them within the
time limited by law, with the names
of such defaulting tax collectors,
bondsmen and the amount of money
made good by such bondsmen, and
if any tax collector is still in de
fault, the amount still unpaid and
due to the Government.
Minister Gibson read a first time
an act to relieve ceitain articles of
impoit from customs duties. The
aiticlc arc cocoanut products, shells,
and South Sea goods generally. On
suspension of the rules, the bill
was read a second time by title.
The introducer said it would be re
membered that in his repot t as
Minister of Foreign Affairs he had
recommended that this trade be
encouraged. As it was they were
getting no duty from those things,
but by making this a free port for
this kind of goods they would make
it an entrepot and a rendezvous for
the trade. He moved the bill he re
ferred to the select committee on
tariff changes, which carried.
Rep. Kalua presented a resolution
that whereas the Judiciary Com
mittee recommended that the peti
tion of one Kunukau, for a royal
patent to laud, be granted : thnt the
Secretary be instructed to get a
copy of the survey of said land
from the Government Survey, and
give it to the Minister of Interior,
so that the patent might'issue.
Rep. Castle did not sec that the
recommendation of the committee
constituted an authorization ; but he
would suggest that the Minister, be
fore taking any steps, should make
all due enquiry into the matter.
Over in the Survey office all the
particulars were filed.
The resolution passed.
Rep. Kaunamano presented a reso
lution that the Secretary, before
adjournment for the day, hand over
all petitions, etc., on roads and
bridges to the select committee on
that subject. Carried.
Rep. 'lhurston, on suspension of
the rules, presented a petition from
eight persons in Maui, praying for
$0.25 each due them for working on
the roads. The road Supervisor had
been changed, nnd the new one did
not feel obliged to recognize the
claim. He moved the petition be
referred to the Minister of Interior,
Rep. Kaunamano presented a re
solution that $500 be appropriated
for rebuilding a bridge at Waihaka,
South Kohaln, carried uway in a
storm. Laid on the table for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Minister Gibson rose, as Presi
dent of the Board of Education, to
say that the examinations of the
Government schools of the city were
proceeding, and he desired to be
present, and would like as many
members as could to go too. He
had an invitation from Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh to attend the examina
tion of the Roj'al School to-morrow,
and the Fort-street School exercises
were taking place to-day. As about
the most interesting portion of the
examinations took place at 1 o'clock,
he would suggest that when the
house adjourned it should do so till
2 o'clock. What he asked for,
however, was leave of absence a
few hours for himself.
Rep. Kaulukou stated that, in
addition to the reasons given, doubt
less many of the members had im
portant foreign correspondence
awaiting them in the Post Oltlce,
and therefore he moved tho house
now (at 1 1 :25) take recess till 2
There will he a Meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21,
v .t, A i Tiilu rpimnu
DAY EVENING, at T-XO
o'clock ; aid Degree. Visiting brotheih
in good standing iiro cordially Invited.
By order of tho V.M
F. JOHNSON, Secretary.
Honolulu, July S.2, 1880. . It
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER OF FORT AND
Mhool S ue If, belonging to Mr. M.
LouUbon. Ituqiiire ut the office of
W. B. G1UNBAUM & CO.,
85 1m Queen streets
Found Horse and Saddle.
ALIGHT CREAM lioree branded
EN on left hind leg, four white
feet, with saddle. Tfce owner can huvc
him by paying advertisement and feed
ing, etc. Call at
85 lw Punchbowl aireet.
TTIOU TWO BOYS, one 10 mid tho
J? other 18, Portugucte; ulbo, for u
woman nt wattling and ironing. Apply
to M. A. GONSSALVEST& C( .,
88 ivy Queen Street.
DIVIDEND NO tICE.
A MONTHLY Dividend of $1 per
Shnio, will lie payable on tho
Capital Stock or the People's Ico & Re.
frlgcrator Co. on FHtDAY, July 2Unl,
at tho Compnnv's office.
85 ilt V. E. FOSTER, Treasurer.
Now Landintr, ox Bivmah.
Square and Atch Fire Hricks,
File Clay, Liverpool Rock Hull,
Albo, n full line of ihu butt biands
For sale nt lowest nti'H'lii quunlitti'a to
85 lw F. A. SCMAI PER ..V CO.'S.
Regular Cash.' Sale
On FRIDAY, July. 23d,
At fO a.m., T will ollbrnt putilif! aiutloii,
al my Siitcwauns, u full line of
Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Crockery, Ulnssworc & Growle?,
A viuicty of fresh California Cut.ncd
.Tunis ni d Jclliis, Stiing Hcntis,
Fruit', A'-p.iiiipni, &c ,
with the usual msmrimcnt of
A very handsome black walnut Scon .
tin y and De'k, suitable for a Library
A new black
Tilil--'. Uhu i
walnut marlile-tnp lied.
sprlng Mnltraw- S.
f0 li1i-Nu Cnlllorniu I law
J. LYONS', Auct'r.
We have received instructions to sell at
On THURSDAY, July 29th,
at 12 o clock noon, ut our Saleroom,
Queen street, iho Thortuighbrcd
The Mure is in good crndition, and in
not told for any fault whatever.
The following is her Pcdiciee:
SALLY BLACK by Wateifoid, b
Langfuvd, by Belmont, 1-t dam Lil'y
Simpson by l.nuia Willi, ims by im -n.
cil (ilciiLou; 2nd 1h in J. mo Wnti-on by
Impelled Priam'-; -jjil dam by imp Hen-Mi-r;
4th dam Ha Holey by Weikcs'
WmidiM ; olli dam l Clmuliclri r; (III.
dam by imp Sleiliiig; 7lh dam by imp
Clodiiis; 8th dam by Imp Silver Kyi-;
Oth dam by imp V.-irtni'i ; 10th dam'bv
Imp Monkey; 11 th dam by imp mine
frum mid ot llauibon f Biandou
tSiT Terms cash.
ADA HIS & CO.,
Fop -JaluiL Marshall Islands.
ThuAl Hawaiian Barque
STAR OF DEVON,"
Ai.phuu I.ovkm,, : : Comniandei,
Will mil for the nbovo port on or nhom
FRIDAY, July Iid. H.u iiccinoda
tion for u few cabin piiHS-uigcrs utid uli-o
for Freight for othui i.-latid' should
sufficient iudnrt-mcnl ollci.
B6ST I'or frtiuhf, jasige or oihcr in
foi million, apply to
A. F. (OOKB,
at the office of the Paeilln Navigation
Co., or to the C.ipmin on bomd. 84 iit
ME. H. J. APPLEBY,
'IBAOI1KU OF BANJO.
For terms, empiiic at
74 lm WIST, DOW & CO.. FoitSt.
Inter-Islaflu S. 1 Co.,
Tlie JSeHt Hon.te
In the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and stnui.cli
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at lu o'clock a.m. on
Friday, July 23td.
Tho steamer pasi-ci along tho entile
const of iho K'cwnrd side of Haw ill, af
fording tourists a panorama of charm
ing scenery, and will stop at Kvnlnke.
kuu Bay, where biilllcient time is allow,
t'd to vibit tho Monument of Captain
TourlMB by this route rcuih Punaluu
nt fi o'clock on Ihu duy after leaving
Honolulu, being oiily one nigh' on Ihe
vessel, making iho entire parage in
tniooth water. At Punuluu there is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
ami ftoiu there tourUluulil be conveyed
by railroad to Palit'.la, thenio by btuge
coach lo Half. way Home, whoio horbes
and guides will be in attendance to con.
vey them lo the Volcano,
Tourists will lmvo mo nights nud one
whole duy at tho Volcuno llouso.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to IIAKUY AKM1TAQB,
Agent, lit Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at tho office of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. tKO Om
Tho Bcsi nnd Easiest Way to Got there is by Wilder's
Stcnmship Co.'s Steamer Kinan, King-, Commander,
Leaving Honolulu MONDAY, .Tulv 2fllh, at 4 p jr.. uirlving nt Keauhott Wednea.
day morning, whcio hordes and wagons arc In walllnp to convey quests to tho Vol.
cano. Fhc inllci on IIorchnck, Omllis In Cnrrlnget Pes iik'Th bv IhlR ltouto
have Tn O DAYS and TWO MGIITi at tho Volcano. I he hoiel being owned by
thisCompunv, e can uuarntitee that everything will be done to lntuiothe com.
fort of passengers by this Hoc.
Fifty Dollars pays all Chargos for tho Hound Trip.
l" For further information, apply at the nlllco.of
85 Sill WILDISU'S S. S CO., Corner Fort and Queen Street".
One Trial will Convince You!
Great Reduction in the
From tli4 day and hereafter F. HORN will be prepared to furnih the
First Steam-made Ice Cream,
whiohho puaranlees to bo FAR SUPEltlOB to Crenm made by hnnd,
and which he will sell at the following reduced prices, Impossible for
others lo compete with of the same quality:
1 to 2 Gallons, .... $3.50 per Gallon
3 to 5 " ' 3.00 " "
6 to 10 " 2.50 " "
10 or More at Special Rates.
Retailers and 11 'staurnnts supplied on private terms and full measure guaranteed.
Has made special arrangements with the Woodlawn Dairy and vouchor thatall his
Creams will be made from the Cream of that celebraUd Dairy, unless ordered
oihiiwise Ladies and Gentlemen wi-diing to enjoy a dish of delk.ious CREAM,
such a only a practical nnd experienced Confectioner can make can be accommo
d ited in a cozy, cool and comforlnble room, at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hotel, between Nuuanu and Fort Streets.
jg? Parties wishing to supply themselves with Ice Oream Tickets can buy 5 for. ?1
85 Cash, at' the Store, -a -
79 & 81 King
JEiitvniioes Xx-oim Kiiier and Merchant Sis.
Every description of work in the aboo lines performed in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
:- Bell Teh phone, 107. -3a (3.27
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Block CodfHh, Kits and tins Pal.
mini Hellie. kegs Mutter, Gala Cheese, keg" Pickles, kegs PigPoik, Table Rai.
sins, Figt-. Almonds, Walnuts Pph id J!c f, Bonul Chicken, Liini h Tongue, Chip
ped lieef, c-ii-es Oysters, Saidires Sea Foam Crackers. Flour,)Bran, Wheat, Oats,
White iutile Soup, (Jianulaied Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qcrinea,
Breakfast. Gum, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Telephone 1 1.
While Shi'ii- (with collar and cuffs)
Luundiiid and Polished,
in cent.-- eauh.
White Pants, plain. Laund'ied 10 cents;
starchid 15 cents.
White Couth, piuin, IS cents; starched,
Whito Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One Doll ir per dozen for large pieces.
Fifty Cent per doen for t null pieces
Dancing Cloths $0 ouch.
Mosquito Bars.ro cents, steamed and
Iilanlicts, washed nnd steamed, IS cent
Ironing and Finishing Ladies' Wear
a speciality. , ,,
Clothes Received, Washed, and Re.
turned on the snmo day when so ordered.
Tho Laundry Wagons run to all puits
of the city and suburb. Orders by
Telephone or otheiwlse will receive
EST Bell Telephono 100. Mutual 480.
81 tf GEO. OAVENAGH, Lessee.
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Gen. Grant's Memoirs.
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Piices of iho two volumes (complete
set) are as followb;
lu lino cloth binding, plain edges
$9 00 per set
In full sheep binding, Library
Bijle, marbled edge-i. ..$11 00 per set
In fine half morocco binding, mar
bled edges $ lil.00 per bet
In full Tuikey morrocco, hoveled
boards, full gilt buck and
c Igi s , $.0.f i0 pi r f-et
In lhue culf 7.00 per set
J, E. WlSr.MAN, GtuerulBuliies
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorised
Agent on the Uawuiian Islands. CO lux
Price of Ico Cream!
Oil Boss PremiSBS,
ly) (ST Bell Telephone, 167.
t2T P. O. Box 72;
AS complainlB have reached me of
late from some of my customers
tbattliey can pmoliase Hawaiian. made
Soap cheaper limn I have len selling
it, I beg to state that I have always
Iruut-acico. my hubiucts in a fair and
htraiglitforwnrd way, charging the same
price lo (all alike, ard selling al a
inodcrulc rate; and at the same time I
would inform my customers and the
public that from and after this date my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
Honolulu Soap Woiks, Leleo, Hono
liilu, June 2 1st. 50
Since establishing o'ur Mission in this
city, we have frequently been solicited
to procuie larger and more convenient
quarters for worship and Bible cltss,
quito a number expressing themselves
as willing to contribute tonaid the
necessary expense. Wo have now se
cured the building on Fort stteet, for.
merry used as a gymnasium, thus incur,
ring quite a debt; besides, some changes
aro necessary. Therefore wo would say
to all who would esteem it n privilege to
aid ut in tho matter, that they can con.
fcr with Mr. N. F. Burgess, or with the
undersigned. L. A, SCOTT,
741m A. LA RUE.
Begs to inform tho Public In general
that he has received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
MONEY TO LOAN.
amounts of 8100 and upwards.
Good security required Api ly to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
C5tf 43 Merchant street, Honolulu