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SlONDAY, JULY 26. 188C.
ROAD. COMMISSIONERS BILL.
The select, committee of live to
whom was referred bills and peti
tions relntin to Bond Supervisors and
the expenditure of road taxes, re
ported to the house last Friday, and
along with the report submitted a
bill of their own framing. This bill
provides for a Board of Road Com
missioners in each taxation district,
one of whom shall be Road Super
visor; for their duties in consulting
and advising on road work ; for the
responsibilities and duties of the
Supervisor; that all road moneys
.shall be used in the sevcial districts,
and that any surplus fund shall be
kept as a contingent fund. A bill
of this nature is iu the line of
policy advocated by this paper, and
therefore, in the main, meets with
our approval. The establishment
of a Board of Road Commissioners,
or, as wc would prefer to call it for
shorten Road Board, for each taxa
tion district, is what wc have advo
cated, as a method of local self
government adapted . to the condi
tions and requirements of the coun
try. But we question the wisdom
of making one of the Road Com
missioners Road Supervisor. The
Commissioners should serve from
patriotic considerations, without
pay, probably holding their meet
ings of evenings, as in other coun
tries, so as not to interfere with
their private duties. The Super
visor should be the paid bervant and
executive oflicer of the Board of
Commissioners, giving his whole
time to their service, and acting
under their instructions. lie should
no more be a member of the Board
than the executive officers of the
Board of Health, Board of Immi
gration, or Board of Education arc
members of those Boards. Be this
as it may, it is gratifying that a
legislative committee, on which is a
Cabinet Minister, has recommended
the creation of local Road Boards,
to, have the control and expenditure
of. the local road tax. This is one of
the most important measures
brought before the present Legis
lature, and wc sincerely hope it may
be carefully considered, and ulti
mately enacted as the law of the
Either the compositor or the
editor has evidently made a mis
take in the Advertiser's sugar-yield
figures. The "two and a half short
tons per acre," stated as the aver
age yield of last season, should
probably be "one and a half tons,"
according to the quotation from
"Bradstreet's," 2CA cwt. The aver
age yield per acre of these islands
for last season is stated to be "about
six tons." This is also wrong.
Three tons is probably the correct
The grand jury of the United
States Court at Seattle, Washington
Territory, has made a most extra
ordinary deliverance. Finding in
dictments against ten leaders of the
recent anti-Chinese riots at Seattle,
the jury goes on to say that it has
unmistakable docuinentaiy evidence
to provo that there exists an organ
ization known as the "Red Ameri
can International Workingmcn's As
sociation," the proclaimed purpose
(to the initiated) of which is the
overthrow of the Government and
the erection of a Socialist Common
wealth. The jury gives in part tho
reasons which have led to this its
enunciation. It is not a mutter to
be wholly ignored, for the men who
would do what was done in and
about Seattle arc capable of any
meanness or wickedness. But no
such purpose can long he hid figm
the public knowledge, and the mo
ment the people understand that
anything like such a policy is enter
i tained by any organization, that
organization is doomed. Wo may
have some trouble yet with tho
Anarchists, but it will only be in
isolated cases and for a brief time.
Providence, R. I,, Bulletin.
The Balruddy mansion at Dundee
Scotland, owned by Mr. Martin
"White, merchant, of New York, was
destroyed by fire on tho 28th. Tho
THE LEG LAM
Monday, July 26th.
The Assembly met at 10 a.m.,
and was opened with prayer by the
Chaplain. Present: Ministers
Creighton and Dare; Nobles Walker
(President), Cleahorn, Kaae and
Martin; Reps. Hnyselden, Lillka
lani, Baker, Kauhi, Amara, Brown,
Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia, Kauna
mano, Knhalc, Nnhinu, Knuhanc,
Kckoa, Knlun, Abolo, Jinukau,
Richardson, Kaai, Pachaolc, Kauai
and Palohau. The minutes of
last meeting were read and con
Rep. Kauhane presented a resolu
tion that 84,000 be nppropiiated
for repairs of roads in Kau, and
8500 for extending water pipes to
Waiohiuu, Kau. Referred to select
committee on roads.
ORDER OF THE DAY.
On motion of Rep. Aholo the
house proceeded to the order of the
day, resolving into committee of the
whole on the Appropriation Bill,
Rep. Kaai in the chair.
Derailment of Foreign Affairs
Reception of Official Guests 810,000
(Reduced to $6,000 in revised
Rep. Brown asked what official
guests we were likely to have during
the next two years.
Minister Creighton said the
Prince and Princess of Wales were
likelj' to call on their way from a
visit to Australia, in which case the
amount was not too large for His
Majesty to entettain them accord
ing to their rank. There was also a
balance, he found, in the Depart
ment of about SI, 200 on account of
the entertainment of Prince Oscar
Rep. Brown moved the item be
reduced to $5,000, and if the
Prince of Wales came the people of
Honolulu would be loyal enough to
give him a fitting reception. He
referred to several items still due
under this head, and said the 830,
000 voted for foreign missions the
other day was so much money
thrown into the sea.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
pass as in the bill at $10,000.
Rep. Kaunamano moved $6,000
as in the revised estimates, and
hoped the lion, member for Koo
lauloa would withdraw his amend
ment. Rep. Thurston said the member
for Hilo showed he' never looked
into an item before moving on it, as
the Ministers themselves had recom
mended a reduction to $6,000. Re
ferring to the King's message'for
economy, he said the house appar-
ently wanted to prove that the
message and reply thereto were
bunkum, by going on in this way.
Perhaps the Government party had
resolved in caucus to pass this item
anyway, as in tho case of the $30,000
for foreign missions.
Rep. Hayselden asked for the
speaker's authority for tho statement
that the Government party had a
caucus on the former item.
Rep. Thuiston could not roply
definitely, not being iu the councils
of that party. If the house did not
want to be regarded as wind bags
in professions of retrenchment, it
ought to begin acting up to its reply
to His Majesty's message.
Rep. Kaulukou considered the
previous speaker took too much
stock in outside rumors. He had
heard a report that the lion, member
tor Molokai was employed by. C
Brewer & Co. to put certain meas
ures through the house, but ho only
took such reports for what they were
worth. If the hon. member desired
to entertain-friends at his own house,
he would have to incur some extra
expense, and it was the same with
the Government. It was likely tho
Prince of Wales would remain over
here a while, in which case he should
be fittingly entertained.
Rep. Aholo" referred to tho remark
of an hon. Noblo the other day, that
certain bills remained unpaid. Per
haps that was on account of
no money being in the treasury. It
was said the King's message was not
being complied with, but that was in
correct, for the item had been re
duced by the Ministers from $10,000
to $0,000. It was all very well to say
the Honolulu people would do their
part well in case of the distinguished
visit referred to, but that would not
excuse tho Government from giving
tho Prince of Wales a proper state
Minister Gibson stated that when
the amounts owing were paid, there
would be less than $5,000 left for
this purpose. When ministers were
sent abroad their own countries paid
their expenses, but when princes
traveled they were every wheie re
ceived as exceptional visitors. He
icferred to the special couitesies
and honors tendered King Kalaknua
by national and municipal govern
ments in his tour round the world.
When Prince Oscar, second son of
the King of Sweden, was heie, tho
Government had no money at its
disposal to entertain him, but his
suite expected that the Government
should do something so that they
themselves would not bo out of
pocket. The Government was
pressed to pay tho passages of the
party from Hilo, and it was repre
sented that if it was not paid, the
bill would be handed to the Swedish
Consul and transmitted to Sweden to
Hawaii was. On that occasion ho felt
tho position so keenly as a repre
sentative of His Majesty, that ho
gave an entertainment to tho Prince
himself, which cost him $1,600.
The appearance of small sum 9 in
the statements of indebtedness were
partly accounted for by bills that
came in after the close of the period,
and partly by bills that should not
be paid at all. He hoped the house
would vote this small sum, for if no
distinguished visitor came the money
would not be spent.
Rep. Kauhnne thought it would
not look well to have to borrow
money to entertain people, simply
to make an impression.
Rep. Kauhi was in favor of
Rep. Kaulukou withdrew his
Passed at $10,000.
Expenses of Foreign Agents .... 80,000
Rep. Brown said this was an in
crease over last period, when thete
was a balance left, and he wondered
if they could not get along with
Minister Gibson replied that His
Majesty had been pleased to appoint
some Consuls-General and Charges-dcs-Affaires,
in Spain and the Ne
therlands for instance. It was only
right that those officials, some of
whom had done great bci vice, should
be paid something for expenses.
The only consul hitherto paid a
salary was Manly Hopkins in Lon
Incidentals, Foreign nice 95,000
($4,000 in revised estimates.)
Rep. Thurston said the amount
last peiiod was only $3,000, and, 119
special appropriations had been
made for services hitherto coming
out of incidentals, the amount should
Minister Cieighton moved the
item pass as in the revised estimates,
and indicated a number of neces
sary additions to the equipments of
Passed at $1,000.
Education of Hawaiian Youths. $25,000
Rep. Kaulukou moved $30,000.
Rep, Thurston called for the
mover's reasons for an increase.
Rep. Kaulukou said the $25,000
was all required for those youths
now being educated abroad. Per
haps the Government might desiie
to send others away.
Rep. Wight asked what the two
3'ouths at Tokio, Japan, were being
Minister Gibson leplied to the
effect that the youths were being
educated in the course prepaiatory
to the higher education patronized
by the Japanese Government. The
Government regarded it desirable to
send youths to different countries,
so that the ways and languages of
such could be mastered by different
Minister Creighton made a state
ment, showing that, when present
obligations and the period's requtie
ments were met, there would be a
maigin in the $25,000 of a little
over $3,000 for fresh details of
youths, which made the item small
Rep. Blown was in favor of voting
a sum of money for the education of
Hawaiian youths abroad, but was
against the increase of 85,000 pro
posed by the hon. member for Hilo.
He was a little surprised at the
Government party supporting this
item, wlien they had just refused to
take a Liw off the statute books pro
hibiting Hawaiians fiom leaving the
kingdom without the Governor's
permission. These youths when
educated might decline to come
come home for fear they would
never be allowed to go abroad
Rep. Kalua said it was necessaiy
to vote some money, but there bud
been a good deal of mismanagement.
One youth had been sent to China
to learn the Chinese language but
he came back a regular vagabond,
getting into the Police Station for
drunkenness and finally passing out
of sight altogether. Another had
tried to pass himself off in Italy as
a son of King Kalakaua. Then
was one in Italy, who was reported
as being about to marry an Italian
woman, and when he icturned pos
sibly that was all ho would have to
show for the expenditure on him,
while there might bo a pi ogeny com
posed of American, Hawaiian and
Italian blood added to the population.
He favored having the youths to be
educated abroad selected from the
best pupils in the schools at home..
lie moved the item be referred to
the Committee on Education.
Rep. Kaunamano was in favor of
passing the item as in the bill.
Rep. Castle said it was not the
harm, but the house should know
what was the good accomplished.
Ho was in favor of a liberal appro
priation for educational purposes,
and alco for the nominal purpose of
this item. But he questioned the
value of having youths instructed in
the wearing of military clothes, or
of directing military or naval ope
rations. He gave a statement of
tho expenses of his own college
training $600 a year in the ordi
nary course and $1,000 when learn
ing law and held that the expenses
of Hawaiian youths abroad should
not exceed those figures. He sup
posed reference to committee,
Passed as in the bill.
At 12 :20 tho committee took re
cess till 2 o'clock,
iROM Lunalilo Street, a CANARY
BIRP. Anyone Undine same will
herewuiuiu. if. J.ijiuuib,
tTh.eo,H. Paries &&
nice comfortable Cotlacos on
LUIlia street, near School, each at
$12 per month. Enquire at
88 8w Quern street.
THE ASTOll IIOUSE.
ft A FOB ai MEAL TICKETS. Good
ypk food, setved by clian wnllcrs. A
splendid prlvute dining room, $5 per
Week, ot 21 meal tickets for $5. Polite
white clerk at the counter. 88 lw
A MEETING of the Board of Tim-tee
ot tho Queen' Hospital will bo
held on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 2bth
instant, nt 1 PH., at the Boom of the
Clmmber of Cnmmirrn A full attun
dance Is requested, as buMncsi nf lin.
portnnce will be transacted. Per order,
F. A SCHAEFER, Secretary.
Honolulu, July 20, 180. r-8 2t
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
Armory Honolulu Biplk, )
Honolulu, July 2(1, tf8C f
Cnniptny Ciders No. 18.
Thru- will bo a SPECIAL,
MEETING of the nbove Com.
mand on WEDNESDAY. July
28th, at 7:30 o'clock, for further
nominations nnd mi Election of
Unplaiu. Per older,
11. F. HEUUAltl),
First Lieutenant Commanding,
A FINE BLACK MARE, Pymrsold,
Imnniitd. Warrumeil sound, gen
tie and kind. I will guarnntic her to
bj as flue 11 family th l lug more as nnj
In the Kingdom, nod tiny ehild can
drive her with safety. AUo,
A Fine Family Phaeton,
in good order, with covers boot, etc
also, a Set of Siimlc Nurncv,. 1 will
Fell tills out tit complete fur nnchnlf
their (ost tbiee monll b ago. Als , ;i
A Side-bar Itrouuell Buggy,
in good order, and lllnck Mare for Mile
(heap. ANo, a MucNoiilc & Url an Jo.
12 Safe, cost, two yent- ago, 0"; -ell
for $1!0 Is as good ic- new, liyj in-Sdi
door, draweis, &c Al-o, '1 tine ITpiinht
Bord Piano; also, a nitillv arved Set n
tnty, with pigeon boles, desk, etc.
Apnlv at once to
88 1 General Uuslnesb Agent.
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank
r.pHK Postal huviiigsBank Department
X is open daily, exeept Sundu and
lio1idii,,ul the Uinerul l'on Olllee, be
ttteen'lhe hours of ' a.m. mil 4 p.m.,
nnd on Saturdays until 0 o'clock r.M.
fo- the receipt and pawneni of money
DEPOSITS of 2" e. ts and upwards
to $1 000 ill be nceive.1.
INTEREST hallowed nt the rate ol
B per tent, per annum 011 all depo-its of
$5 and over
MARRIED WOMEN und also minors
over seven j ears of age maj deposit in
their own names.
DEPOSITORS have dirwt Govern
niPiit seetirity fur their money and will
have prompt icpinnieni
PRINTED RULES and other infor
mation can bu obtained upon applica
tion at the Gcneial Ollke.
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU.
Bureau of PostOfllee, Hot (iliiln. Jul
1, 1880. bS tw
On Wednesday, 28th July,
AT 12 NOON,
The undeieigued will
Auction, al Brewer'
sell at Public
i Wharf, the
81 tons French iii(a?U'tment, with hti
BonlK, Ancboip, Cable, Rigglnir, Pro.
visions und complete outfit teady for sea
as she now Jies nt Hrewci's Wharf.
Term9 Cash, in U. S Gold Coin.
8 For particulars, upply to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
88 2t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby givi n that in ac
cordance with a Power of Sale
contained In a ccitaiu moitgago deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
1b8t, made by Inane Moluhi of Wnilua.
ukn, Kiinaihnu, Inland of Kauai, lo
John Ross of Honolulu, and tecurded In
the otllco of the Registrar of Convey.
nnccK, at Honolulu, iu Liber 01, on
pages 180 and 181, and for a breach of
conditions in said mortgage deed con
tained, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
all and hinuular the premise dc-crlbed
in said mortL'ago deed, will, nftcr the
time limited by law, be sold at public
auction in Honolulu.
The property lo bo Fold under the, Mild
power of Sale la bltuutetl at Leleo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oabu, und consibts of
a House and Lot, moro particularly des
cribed in R.P. 2W8. L.C.A. 21811.
JOHN ROBS, Mortgagee.
Bv W. O. I'aiikk, hU Attorney.
Honolulu. July 24, 1880. 88 .'Ivy
The Grand Work Finished.
Gen. Grant'H Memoirs,
Bo'b volumes are ready for delivery
The press all oei the uoiltl speak in
inimitable terms ot the books. Bend
in mi ir iiiiuie to the iinderigued and
K'ciuri n i-ei.
Prices of the I wo volumes (complete
set) areas follows;
Jn line cloth bimllng, plain edges
$000 per set
In full sheep binding, Lihraiy
style, marbled edges. ..ifll 00 per set
In fine half morocco binding, mar
bled ed ges . . . , $ 1S.00 r er set
Iu full Turkey morrocco, beveled
hoards, full gilt back nnd
edges sfSO.flO p-r set
In three calf $?7.00 per set
J. E. WISKMAN, General Buslncs
Agent of Honolulu, is our authorized
Agent on the Hawaiian It-binds. 06 Ini
A GARDENER. Anplv at
(87 80 TUia OFFICE.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TN nmonnis of $100 and upwards,
hicurlly required. Api ly to
42 MeidianUtieot, Ilmul hi
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER UF FORT AND
School Siicut, belonging to Mr. M.
Loulssou. Kninilic tit the olbeu of
M. S3. GKINUAUM&OO,
85lro Queen sti eels
17OR TWO BOYS, one 10 and tho
. other 18. Portuguese; nlfo, for a
woman tit uiiMiing ntnl honing. Apply
to M. A. UONSSALVES & O' '.,
83 lw Queen Sired.
NOTICE Is bueby given, that I have
ihlsdiiy 1 evoked my power of At
torney to Apall, dntid 27'ih diy of De.
comber, lhhO, rrcoidid Hbci 07, pi go
223, 111 Hegl.-tei Olllci-, Uonoli lit.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, 1K-0. 81 tin
Found Horse unci Saddle.
A LIGHT CUHAM bouo biniidcd
il E N on left hind kir, four while
feet, with mddlc. 'I In1 uwnei cut lrive
him In imvlng iidvuiiUttneni 11 nd feed
ing, etc. Call til
81 lw Piinelibnul street.
The White House,
IVo. 118 Nminmi htreet,
Private Family Hotel,
Term Bcie-otmuli'. Fii-t Class
J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
rpilE urdiirii!icl. ImiiiL
JL leiiiul to bEOI.GE (UVANAbll.
ot Honolulu, the Honolulu Mu.ui Lain .
diy, notice is beieby ghm ll .1: the s-aid
Geoijii- Ciuttnagli "11 lone is ic- nslb'c
foi nil del is i" unacted ll tl,,- -Aid
Gioige (J nuiitijili for-lbe mid LiumJiv
from and after this date.
W. C. 1VRKE,
A-sttrnee ol .1 K. Mci migbll' .
Honolulu, .hun li. 188". -Mi
AS ininpluitilrv bine tun bed me of
bite Hum -onu: oi m ouMomeu
lliul i hey cim puichiuo IIiualiiui.mde
Soap ehoiipci than I have lei.n filing
it, I beg 10 -Utc that 1 line nhu
tratfiicted my bus'iuiss in a lull aid
sliiiigbtfoiuaid way, elmiging thc-iime
price to till nliUt', aid (tiling at
ii.udeii.iu niU ; anil al the same time 1
would Inliuiit ni customers nnd the
public, that lioin iiiid tifier this dale my
price will be $7 t . i 100 lb-.
'I. V. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Soap Winks. Leleo, Hoti''
lnlu, .Ii.neL'Ist. fl!J
Hi ga to i ii ft m the Public In gti.cud
n at he has icttivtdan
of Ladies', Gents' nnd Ohildien's
Boots, Shoes k
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, I.rmrmtde, Sattaparilln,
Fruit rjriipb ud KiBeinetJaml
mitdo tr"m tl'c pure Apple, nil of which
we guuiaiiteo to bo the I. Oil.
t" Wc nlao Invite putties intending
t-laitlig ,iorif lot the mle of icul
drinks and wit-hiug lounttiln fupplie-,
to call on us 1 efoie going (New here.
no Crystal Sella Works,
P. O. Box K07, Honolulu.
TO BUTCHERS, GEAZIERfc
ImJMYI . U. UAWJilJVN,
The highest Cast) value for anv qtinn.
tlty of ThIIow.
Honolulu Soap AVorlm, I.elfu
Hfll TflcphciipgP. V. i. Hn l
Since cbtul lUhiiig out .Mbblou in this
city, wo hae frequently been solicited
topnciiie linger and more convenient
qti.it lei a lot uoi li.j rial Hi bio rlibs;
quite n number expicssing U.eiri-clves
as willing to contribute toward the
necefsary expense. We have now se.
cured tho building on Fort tticet, for.
merly used as a gymnasium, thus Incur
ring quite n debt; besides, tome changes
are necessary. Thcrcfoio we would say
to all who would esteem it u privilege to
aid u In tho matter, that Iboy can con.
for m 1th Mr. N. F. Burgess or w itb tho
i,.. i.....,i r. a cen'iin
74 lm A. LA RUE.
fcSiji I i7rt(friiiii1
One Trial will
Great Reduction in tho
From tl U day end hcieaftcr F. HORN will bo prepaid! to h uitsh tho
First Steam-made Ice Cream.
which ho guarantees to bo FAR SUPERIOR to Cream made by hand,
and which he will sell at tho fi Rowing reduced price. Ini) o-Rlblo Ini
others to compete with of tho same quality:
1 to 2 Gallons,
3 to 5 "
6 to 10 "
10 or More at Special Rates.
Itotullcraittul ItMaiiiiiuts tupidled on pilvnlo terms and full measure guaranteed.
Has made special nirnngcmcnlh -with the Wnodlnwn Dairy nnd vouch o Unit nil his
Cieains will be made finm the Cteani oT llial cclebtatul Dairy, unices oidtred
o'hetwise Ladle mid intlemcti w 1-lilnir to enjoy n dish of (folk Ion' CREAM,
such us only u piiietici 1 and experienced Con ft ct loner c in inaUo enn be aecommo
d ittd in ti coy, cool nnd couilonnblc room, al the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hold, between Nuuanu fid Fort Streets.
JST" Parties wishing to supply themselves with lee Cream TIckctscan buy 5 for $1
81 CVli, nt the Sloiu -VjXJ
79 k 81 Kin Street,
JJui-tiiiCMM lrom liinpr nnd Mcrchnnt Sn.
Ktry desm iptiou of work in tho nboo lines pcrfoirued in a llr.st-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
1ST ell Teli phone, 107. -jja (327 )) Jgr Bell Telephone, 107 -
King Street, between Fort and A lakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smobyl Halibut. Hams, Bacon, Block Codfifh, Kits and tins Sal.
mon I'cllit". kegs Uutlei. Cala Chece, keys Pickles, kegs PigPoik, lablcRai.
sins, Figf, Almonds, WulnutR, Ppiccd Ycif, Boned ( hltkm, Lumh Tonguei, Chip
ped tieef, ohs-cs Oysters, Said ires Sen Fontn Crackers Flour, Bran, W heat. Oats,
White "atile Soap. Gianulnied Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qeimea,
Breakfast Oeim, Choke Tins, French Peas, etc. AIi-o,
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
at Lowest market rates and Kntisfnciion Guaranteed.
342J Telephone lll.
'ine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John KxcIihw's No. 1 Rinndy,
I. Pelllfon's and 10year.old Hiandy,g
J. J. Melchei's "Elephant" Gin,
'it. w. Bsinn & co.'s
"Thistle' Dew" WMstey,
Con tes I & Co.'s Plymouth" Gin, etc.
A FUI.I. LINK 01' Till'.
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
SPIRITS, LIQUKUItS, ElC,
constantly on hand and for snle at tho
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P.O. Box 362.
Both Tel., No. 40.
Convince Yen !
Price oi'lAo Cream !
$3.50 per Gallon
2.60 " "
Old Im Premises,
tSP. O. Box f72j
White Shl'ts (.with collar and cuffs)
Laundritd und Polished,
111 cents each.
White Pants, plain Lnunil'icd 10 cents;
stnichtd 15 cents.
White Coats, plain, 16 cents; starched,
While Vests, plain, 10 cents; starched,
One DoIIji per dozen for largo pieces.
Fifty C'u.tn perilo7cn for 1 mall pieces
Dancing Cloths $3 each.
Mosquito ilar. 10 cints, steamed nnd
Rlankcts, walud nnd steamed, 1C cents
Special- Bates foiv .Ship's
Ironing nd Finishing Ladles Wear
Clntht'H Kcccived, "Washed, and He
turned on thesnmeday when s-o ordered.
Tho Laundry Wagons run to all pntts
of the city and suburb'. Orders by
Telephone or otherwise will lecilve
pi ompl attention.
EST Bell Telephone 100 Mutual 430.
HI tf GEO. OAVENAGII, Lessee.
Burnt Out, lint Not Dead !
Is now adjoining the rear of
VfOTICE Is beieby given that the un
x designed have, this day, foimcd
a Continue! fhip in but luces as Ship
Chandlers and Grocers in the premises
situated at Iso. 20 Fori 81 reel
Honolulu, July SO, lh0 SI 3t
( 00 100
Haw'n Oairtngo Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hull & Son,
Intiir.Island S. N. Co.,
Haw '11 Agiicultural Co,
Wilder' Steamship Co.,
O. Drawer & Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co ,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Drokci.
33 Merchant Street. 101 ly
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