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' to anid Minister
nil tnkc and Biib-
I'oltco or District
or other ofllocr authorized
3tcr oaths, nn oath of ofllco
.nil bo immediately for-
o Hftid Minister of Finance.
ih shall be substantially in
lowing form : 1 , having
appointed assessor of taxes
lOr the district of on the Island
of , do solemnly swenr, or
uMrii), that I will make n fair assess
meirt of taxes in Raid, district,
according to the best of my judg
ment and ability, and discharge all
the duties of the said ollleo, accord
ing to law. So help me God."
. Kep. Ilayschlcn moved the sec
tion pass, which carried.
Sec. 14, amending sec. 31, was
passed as follows: "No assessor
shall be entitled to receive any com
pensation for his services, unless
Lis oath of ofllce and bond shall
have been filed with the Minister of
Sec. 15, amending sec. 33, being
dependent upon previous sections
that were rejected, was, on motion
of Rep. Hayselden, struck out.
Sec. 1G, amending sec. 37, was,
on motion of Rep. Hayselden, passed
as follows: "It shall be the duty of
each assessor, on or before the fif
teenth day of September in each
'year, to make and, complete two
copies of his tax list as hereinbefore
Sec. 17, amending sec. 38, was
read as follows: "It shall be the
duty of each assessor to attend on
all days except Sundays, between
the loth day of September and the
1st day of October, at some conven
ient place or places in his district,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in
the forenoon, and 4 o'clock in the
afternoon with his tax list,
which tax list shall, during such
times, be open for the inspection of
all persons liable to taxation in the
district, without fee or reward."
Rep. "Wight moved to strike out
the section, saying he proposed to
make a similar motion with regard
to the next section, and move an
amendment, that he read, to the
19th section, fie argued at length
in favor of the change.
Hep. Richardson moved to amend
sec. 17 by substituting the 20th for
the l'oth of September.
Rep. Thurston moved to rcrer
sees. 17, 18, 19 and 20 to a com
mittee. Rep. Hayselden saw no necessity
for reference to a. committee, as the
Lill had been fully considered al
ready by a committee. He moved
the section pass.
Rep. Dickey, on the chairman
ruling Rep. Thurston's motion out
f order, moved that the committee
f the whole recommend the house
o refer the sections in question to a
select committee, to report on Tues
Rep. Castle approved of the sec
tion, and thought it should pass,
unchanged. When they came to
sec. 19, he should support the theory,
if not the words, of Rep. Wight's
Rep. Richardson's amendment
was carried, and the section passed
The committee rose, reported pro
gress and asked leave to sit again.
The report was adopted.
The house adjourned at 4 :30 till
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Fbidat, August 13th.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by the Chaplain at 10 a. m.,
the President in the chair. Minutes
were read and confirmed.
Noble Wilder rose to a question
of privilege. He had seen his name
in a published list of free water
privileges, as receiving such to the
amount of 850. This was not cor
rect, as he received no such privi
leges. The water for his residence
at Maemae was paid for by water
rights conveyed to the Government,
and he exphtincd the transaction in
detail, by which he had water for
24 hours, and the Government had
ten times as much water as before.
There was also an error in having
the Marino Railway put down for
free water, compensation for its
water being included in the annual
rent paid the Government accord
ing to agreement.
Minister Gibson said the state
ment was obtained from the Super
intendent of Water Works, and
probably included nil water privi
leges for -which there was no cash
compensation received in the bureau.
The statement of the lion. Noble
was doubtless correct.
Minister Gibson presented printed
copies of the report of the Cabinet
Relief Committee, which ho moved
be laid on the tabic for considera
tion with the Appropriation Bill. In
the proper plncp ho would move to
insert an item of 80,330.09 to meet
Minister Gibson also presented,
on behalf of tho Minister of Fi
nanco, a reply to the question of the
Hon. L. A. Thurston, in respect to
payment of subsidy to tho Oceanic
Steamship Company. Of tho amount
appropriated, 803,000, the sum of
$01,500 was paid leaving an unex
pended balanco of 81,500. The
payments fiom, July 22, 1881, to
Deo. 1, 1885, are all to tho steam
ships Alameda and Mariposa. Thoso
since tho latter date are given by
tho month, $3,000 each for Dec,
1886, and Jan., Feb. nnd March,
1880, no names of vessels .being re
turned. Re). Hayselden presented tho
following report from the select
committees on postal items:
Hon. J. S. Walkku, President
Legislative Assembly. Sm: Your
special umimitteo to whom was re
fenod sundry items in tin Appro
proprintion Bill, under the head of
the Postal Bureau, respectfully beg
to report that they have carefully
examined into the matter nnd re
commend that tho item of S32,
040 in tho Appropriation Bill for
pay of clerks of Post Ollleo be re
duced to $24,800. That tho item of
817,000, pay of postmasters, is not
too much and will be required. It
is true that only 812,782 wns spent
during the last biennial period, but
your committee found upon inquiry
that in addition to this amount tho
postmasters had received about
88,000 as commissions on the Mile
of stamps duriug the samo time.
This practice lias been discontinued
and slight increases have been made
to the salaries paid to postmasters
whilo additional ofllccs have' been
Tho item of 828,000 for pay of
mail carriers will be required on
account of slight increases to pay of
present mail carriers, and on
account of the opening of new
mail routes. The expend! tin e dur
ing tho last period was 825,119.34.
Tho amount asked for now is but a
slight increase and in tho opinion of
your committee quite necessary.
The item for incidentals 814,000
as in tho Appropriation Bill is in ox
cess of the amount spent for tho
same purpose last period which was
810,T82.49. Your committee found,
however, upon inquiry and examin
ation that there were old accounts
owing under this head amounting to
nearly OOO, and we recommend
that the sum of Sl4,000 for inci
dentals be passed its in the bill.
Your committee also recommend
that an item of 88,000 bo placed in
the Appropiation Bill, for tho pur-,
pose of paying off the old accounts
incurred and not paid during the
past and previous periods.
J. K. Kaunamano,
Fred. H. Hayselden,
Walter M. Gibson.
Rep. Aholo presented a report
from the Finance Committee on the
petition of Haalilio, for an amount
claimed due as tax assessor's com
mission. They iind a balance of
8132.G8 due petitioner, and recom
mend an appropriation of that
amount. Laid on the table for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Rep. Kaunamano presented a re
port of the select committee on peti
tions and resolutions for aid to roads
A discussion ensued as to the dis
posal of the report in tho course of
which Minister Gibson again an
nounced his disinclination, and he
believed that of his colleagues, to
borrow money. They were not
afraid; howeyer, of using the coun-
tiy's credit, if it was deemed neces
sary to do so, for such purposes,
for instance, as refunding the debt,
deepening tho Honolulu channel, or
other great national object. The xe
port was tabled.
Rep. Brown presented tho follow
ing resolution : Resolved, that His
Excellency the Minister of Interior
be requested to notify the Superin
tendent of Waterworks that here
after no free water rights will be
allowed any persons, except where
the samo is by agreement, and for
and under a heed for a valuable
Rep. Castle favored tho resolution,
suggesting, however, to amend by
inserting after the word "persons,"
tho words, "or Government offi
cers." He contended that it would
be better for. Government establish
ments to pay for their water, and
have it charged against their appro
priations. In no other way could
an accurate knowledge be obtained
of the income and expenditure of
Rep. Brown accepted the amend
ment. Rep. Keau moved to strike out
the clauses referring to agreement,
Rep. Kaukau thought the King
should be excepted.
Rep. Palohnu remaiked that the
King had plenty money, and could
pay for his water.
Rep. Thurston moved to strike off
nil after the words "no free water
Rep, Richardson suggested that
if tho object was to have no free
water rates, tho resolution should
simply say gp.
Rep. Brown thereupon withdrew
tho resolution, substituting tho fol
lowing, which was put and car
Resolved, that the Minister of the
Interior notify the Superintendent
of "Waterworks that lieieafter no
free water rights bo granted.
ORDER OF THE DAY.
Tho house went into committee of
tho whole, Noble Cleghorn in the
chair, for the consideration of the
Appi epilation Bill. Items in the
bureau of the Post Ofllce were taken
up, with tho recommendations of tho
Rep. Kenu spoke at length against
the proposal to i educe the pay of
clerks to 824,800, remarking on tho
extra clerk hire on the arrival of
foreign steamers, lie moved $28,-000.
Rep. Hayselden eaid he had got
the figures from the Deputy Post
master, and the committee's recom
mendation was sufficient.
Passed at 824,800.
Pay of Postmasters pnssed at
Pay of Mail Carriers passod nt
Rep. " Aholo thought the houso
should consider whether 814,000
was sufficient for Incidentals, when
the Postal Savings Bank had to be
supported out of that item until it
After discussion by Minister Gib
son and Reps. Hayselden and
Brown, the item passed aB recom
mended. Minister Gibson moved to insert,
Outstanding Claim against Post
Hep. Dole wanted to know if the
connnittco had investigated these
largo claims that had been left
sleeping for several years. On
being told tho committee had nsked
the Deputy nnd the head clerk about
the claims and been assured they
were proper, ho moved tho item bo
referi ed back to the committee for
The amendment wns lost nnd tho
Rep. Brown thought an appro
priation should be made to autho
rize the withdrawal of deposits from
the Savings Bunk.
Rep. Dole thought it would be
advisable to put in a largo lump
sum, and would move 8100,000.
Rep. Thurston advised caution,
as they might bungle things. No
body was a greater stickler than he
for having every expenditure pro
vided for in the Appropriation Bill.
Yet S 100,000 might be much too
smnll, if the bank nourished as
similar institutions did in other
Rep. Richardson moved the item
be referred to the select committee,
At 12:05 the committee took re
cess till 1 :30.
Ulu gnilaj gaUUitia.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1880.
Sehr Nettie Morrill from Waimea
Stmr V G Hall for Lahninn Maalnca
and Knu at 10 a m
Bk Fnrst Bismaik for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sfmr S S Zealaudia for San Francisco
For the "Volcano, Maul and Hawaii,
per Stmr W G Hall Aug 18 For the
Volcano, Mr Fnrmelee wife and daugh
ter. For Maul and Hawaii, C N Spen
cer, J Frost, Judge Pomander, E P Mc
Geeney, J O Mikuood, Miss Fcunell,
Miss B Shaw, Miss M hhaw. Miss Wil
cox and 3 Nuhale boys and 101 deck.
The Bk Faust Bismurk sailed this
morning for San Frhnclsco with "11,292
baas sugar weighing 1,380,410 lbs nad
valued at 01,133.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Skating at tho rink this evening.
The Zcalandia sails at noon to
morrow for Snn Francisco.
There will bo another battalion
drill to-night, at Palace Square.
The usual services will be held this
evening ut St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.'s regu
lar cash sale begins at 10 o'clock to
The barkentiue Livingstono will
sail for Hongkong next week with
"In pitches" was a misprint in
yesterday's issue, for ice pitchers, in
repot t of tho double wedding.
The Honolulu Rifles aro ordered to
appear in fatigue uniform, ut0:30
this ovening, for battalion drill.
The brick work of tho lire wall on
MeGsrs. Schnefcr fe Co.'s building in
complotcd, and the facing is now
being put on.
The wooden foundation of a frame
building mads its appearance yester
day at tho wcHtcorner of Hotel and
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at tho residence of
Mr. J. B. Athorton to-morrow ovening
at 7 :30 o'clock.
The wharf was unusually lively at
10 o'clock this morning, nindo feo by
peoplo going off in tho W. G. Hull,
and their fiiends bidding them fare
well. . .
Moonlight horooback parties aro
in vogue. Mr. Podnioro and party
went out to Waikiki Wedncbduy
evening, whilo others went to tho
Pali and to Ewn.
The sale by Mr. Levey of goods
damaged by fire, in Mr. Michiels
store, realised nearly $000. A largo
ciowd of buyers attended, and bid
ding on tho whole was lively,
The Hawaiian Chinese News Co.
having leceived thoir printing ap
paratus by tho Zcalandia, will begin
work next week, over Ahi's photo
graphic gallery, Nutintiu 6treet.
Mit. Rosenthal is lomoving cases
of goods into tho building formeily
occupied by Mchmb. llollister & Co.,
on Nuuanu street, preparatory to
opening n dry and fancy goods store.
The only blank that remained on
the west side of Maunaken street, be
tween Hotel nnd King streets where
Liberty Hull formerly stood, wns
occupied yesterday with the frnmo
work of a new wooden building,
Mn. Lucas took the contract yes
tcrdny for erecting n two-story brick
building on tho upper side of Hotel
stiect, next to the west corner of
Nuuaiui sticet, for Mr. J. Mendonca.
Work hns commenced on the found
A horse attached to the shafts of a
buggy wns bi ought to u standstill nt
the corner of King and Mnunakca
streets, between 0 nnd 7 o'clock this
moi ning. Where the body of the
buggy was, what induced tho animal
to leave it behind, wlio was the owner,
&c. nobody seemed to liavo any de
Walls of buildings, board fences,
and telephone poles throughout town
nro ornamented with the picture of a
charming girl embowered in thick
folds of flowing hair, with nothing
cUa visible but a set of placid
features. Above is printed ''Ayer's
Hair Vigor," and below "llollister ifc
Co., Genoral Agents."
Workmen have been for sometime
engaged in excavating earth and
coral, for n cellnr, over the entire sur
fnco of Mr. Bickertyn's lot on Hotel
street, where n brick building is to
be erected, an previously stated. Tho
exenvation has been completed, nnd
the niiis-ou work wns commenced yes
terday, iindor tho supervision of Mr.
Lucas, who has tho contract.
It has been proposed that Captain
Nelson picpare the schooner Gen.
bicgel for a sharking expedition to tho
south : thnt Nelson be allowed 5J of
the profits, furnish the ciow and pro
visions for a three months cruise, and
command the vessel. Capt. Nelson
says it is a good offer nnd ho thinks
he could make it pay, but he hns not
the means of fitting up the schooner.
Onu hundred dolhus advance and
some proviiions have been offered,
him, and tho proposition may come
to n bend.
Last evening a birth-day party
was given to master Henry Hart, at
tho residence of his father. Both tho
exterior nnd interior of the house
weie decor.ited with lanterns, flags,
and floweis. Refreshments ware
solved thiough tho ovening. Wine,
wit and humor were abundant. A
native string band furnished tho
music. Singing and dancing were
among the piincipnl fcntuics of the
evening. The party broke up at 1
o'clock this morning, and overyono
there was so pleased that Mr. Hart
was overwhelmed with thanks and
Judge Fornander, who has been
spending a few days in town, took
his departure by the W. G. Hall this
Mr. G. J. Waller, while returning
from town to his homo at Kalihi,
Wednesday night, was thrown from
his horse, and his shoulder injured.
A MUTILATED MAN.
At 11:30 last night poliec officer
Kamakau, No. 5, picked up a man
on the corner of Punchbowl and
Beretanin streets. The man who
was apparently under the influence
of s liquor, was taken to the Station
House. When he was examined this
morning it was found that he had
been maltreated. He wns unable,
to speak, on account of his mouth
having been smashed. But by ques
tions to which ho gave written
answers, it was ascertained that his
name is Michael Garltone, had
been n lunn at Sprcckelsville for
several months, and came" to Ho
nolulu a few days ago. Ho is
stoutly built, wore a small red
dish moustache, and roomed on
King street, behind the Polynesian
Restaurant. It appears that Garl
tone was beaten in a fnro den by
several roughs. Ho "was taken to
the Hospital this morning, where he
will be treated. He claims that ho
could recognize any of his assailants,
and tells of. having lost 850.
Tho battalion drill last evening,
under command of His Majesty the
King, was admirable for its brevity.
The companies were prompt in form
ing line at the armory. They marched
to Palace Square, headed by the
drum corps. Just before reaching
the parade grounds His Majesty
gave the command "right onto the
line." This evolution was per
formed, but not satisfactory, and
tho battalion was marched back to
opposite the house of Engine Co.
No. I. Then the commands
"column loft," "right onto tho
line" and "companies right wheel"
were given, which brought the bat
talion in order for parade. Colonel
Boyd, who uctcd as Adjutant,
formed tho parade and handed it
over to His Majesty. Colonel Boyd
did well, except when ho gave the
command of "rear open order,"
while tho battalion was at order
arms. Slioitly after tho parado was
dismissed, tho battalion icturncd to
tho armory. To-night there will be
another battalion drill, under com
mand of His Majesty, who, through
Acting-Adjutant Boyd, expressed
his wish to see a large turn out.
THE HONOLULU FIRE-DUTCH AID PROF
By the last mail His Excellency
tho Minister of Foreign Affaiis re
ceived n letter from D. II. Schmall
Esq., His Majesty's Charge d' Affairs
nnd Consul General for tho Nether
lauds ut Amsterdam, announcing
that upon the receipt of the news of
the disastrous firo in Honolulu Inst
April, he had at oifce opened a sub
scription for the relief of the suf
ferers. The committeo consisted of
Vice Admiral Ikhr. M. W. Vim
Rcnssclnr Bowier, Colonel-Commandant
J. Van Somercn Brand, F.
C. Tromp, It. W. J. C. Van Dell
Wall Bnkc, ,1. D. Vnn Dor Mndc,
Hnwniinn Consulnr Agent, and D.
II. Schmall, Hawaiian Charge
d' Affairs. This generous action on
the pnrt of His Mnjesty's Consul
General, is mo9t praiseworthy and
commendable, and nlthough happily
our citizens do not need the kindly
pi offered assistance thoy will enter
tain most grateful feelings to him
and the distinguished gentlemen
associated With him Fn tho Hono
lulu Fire Relief Fund. rP. C. Ad
verser. BUSINESS ITEMS".
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels
Stretchers, Ciihmis, etc., etc., ntKing
Bros.' Art store. !)!) Ot.
For fine Ice Cicnm, dikes nnd
Candies, go to tho lelinhlo Elite Ieo
Cream Pnrlois, 85 Hotel sticeU Their
Ice Cream is lecogniml as the best
in town by all i:onnoiscuis. 91
Dif. Flint's Hiiaht Remedy is a
Specific for nil foims of Heart Dis
ease and also for Discuses of Kidneys
and Ciiculation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Agents. 351
O "The Pen ip Migiitieu than
5 the Swom I" That's, so, nnd all
a tho swords in Hon. Kaulukou's
army will not achie o such vio-
torics as will the splendid nssort
S5 ment of Gold Pens now on view
Wnt J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store.
" Holders to match in styles to suit
R everybody's liking. Get one, and
gben conqueror theieby in love,
O literature or law I 103-lt
Paiuonize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of .). W. Ilingicy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill nil
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island outers solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is icspectfully invited to
the fact "no license is rcquiied" to
sell these cigais. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingloy, nor tho plncu
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel stieet.
Mit. II. J. 11 AHT.
Proprietor of tho Elite Ico Cream
Parlors 85 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Deaii Sik: In answer to your re
quest concerning tho mci it of thoso
11 Wedding and Bridal Cakes, the
quality of Ico Cieam and general
supply to our Wedding Dinner of
which you had the catering ; we wish
to expi ess our perfect satisfaction
with everything. The Cakes woro
handsomely decorated nnd looked
most temptingly. Everybody prais
ed the rich quality nnd fine flnvor of
thoso cakes. Tho Ico Cream was
delicious. The moats, salads ect. etc.
were abundant and cnteirby all pre
sent with great relish.
Wo shall not fail to recommend
your services on all occasions nnd
remain. Yours truly,
404 2t II. F. Uektelmann.
Attention ! Honolulu Bifles.
Aiimoiiy Honolulu Kifi.es,
Honolulu, Aug. la, 1880. J
Company Order No. Ifi
r.yery wuiiiuit 01 una ivOtn
niiinu Is hereby ordered to up.
pear at tho Armory in FA
TIOUE UNIFORM nt 0:30
o'clock this p. m. shurp, for Bat
tnlion Drill. By order,
H. F. IlEBUAUD,
First Lieutenant Commanding.
WANTED, by n Young Man, n
Hiiuntioii as Bookkeeper ornny
other trustworthy employment; with
best reference. Apply to
40J8tJ A. W., this Office.
ONE nice comfort nlilu Cottngo on
LUiha street, near School, rent nt
$12 per month. Enquiru nt
M. S. GBINBAUM & CO.,
88 1m Queen street.
Banjo and Guitar.
13. T. -fYiiIoly,
A Thorough Teacher.
tar For terms, apply to
400 lm WEST, DUW & CO.
A HOUSE. The owner
can have tho bamc by
pro villi; property and
S -iinyliiir exnonses. En.
quire ot THIS OFflOE. 403 3t
NOTIOE is hereby given, that I have
this day revoked my power of At
torney toApali, dnti-d U7ih day of De.
cember, 1K80, ncordid llhcr 07, popro
223, in RegUter Office, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, July 17, lBfcO. 81 lm
Kakaako Suit, ,
Cheap, in any Quantity.
09 IIUBTAOB & UOIIEUTSON. f lm'
Piitikaa Sugar Co. Notice.
rpilEKK will boa Special Meeting of
X tho Stockholders nf the PAUICAA
SUGAHCO.Nittho 'ffico of C. Brewer
& Co., Honolulu, on MONDAY, August
10, 1880, at 10:30 o'clock a m. By order
of thu UiicctoiH. P. O. JONES,
401 til rko'y Paiikua Sugar Co.
A Splendid Opportunity.
Any perron desirous of pro.
curing n pluiant homn can
ilnin 1,1 finnlrltit. , ,ln. ...
ili'iulirm I llltu liflllk.fi nnil In, ia lI,m
ated on Fort street, iiixttotho Uyinnu.
hi u in Building. The gi minds uro plant
ed wllli inuiij rate nuts nnd plantb.
O. IC. MILLEK'S
01 lm Business Agency,
CREDIT TRADE SALE
Wo lmvo received instruction from Messrs. II. HACKFELD & CO., to soil at
public miction, at thrlr Store, Queen Street, on a liberal credit to tho trmlo
On Viuriv, ThnMay, Friday ml Saturday,
Auguot 18tli, ltUli, until and -'1st, commencing nt 10 o'clock a.m. ench day,
their Entire Stock of
Dry Goods and Merchandise;
As follows- A largo Stock of Dry Good?, such ns Prints, Coiton", Oenlms, Tick.
ing. Tailors' Good Doeskins, Buckskins, Meltons, Cotton nnd I.lncn Drills,
Moleskins, Flannels, In any color or Quality; Merinos. Repps, Coburgs, und an as
sortment of Dress Goods, in Silk, Wool and Cotton, Men's. Iullts' nnd Children's
Socks nnd Stockings', Woolen Blankets, in nil tlzcs nnd colors: u large assortment
of Cotton nml Woolen Shirts. A largo variety nf Fancy Goods, Perfumery, nnlr
Oils, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. Kngltsh nnd Australian Saddles, assorted stylos.
A Stock of Liquors,
As follows: Brandies, Gin, Whiskey, Hlilno Wine, Ciarct, Chnnipngno, St. Paul!
nnd other brands of Gcrmnn Beers, English Ales; Germun nnd Havana Cigars; a
large nnd varied nsxortment of Crockery nnd Hardware, Wrapping Pnpcr, Market
Baskets; nn assortment of Groceries, Soaps, Olive Oil, Vinegar in demijohns and
kegs, Paints ami Oils, Conl und Sugar lings, nil sizes; While Broi.' Porllnnd and
German Csmcnt, Wool Pack and Kilter Press Cloths, nnd a large assortment of
'General Merchandise too numerous to particularise.
tST This Sain oilers special inducements for Storekeepers to replenish their
StocK, its tho Goods will he sold without reserve. Terms Liberal nnd made known
nt Sale. (4011 fit) E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
Tii at. RonniTTArl.
Ex Mnriposn, from Now Zealand.
yates & Mckenzie,
No. 20 Fort Street.
Opposite O. 8. S. Co.'s Wlinrf.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given that in uc
cordnncc with a Power of Snlo
contained in u ccrtnin mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd day of September, A.D.
1881, nindo by IonnoMoluhi of Wnilua.
ukn, Kiiwnihau, Island of Knual, to
John Boss of Honolulu, nnd recorded in
tho ollico of the Beglstrur of Convey,
nnce-,, at Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 nnd 181, and for a breach nf
conditions in said mortgage deed con
tained, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
nil and singular the premises described
in snid mortgage deed, will, nftcr the
lime niniieu uy law, uc soiu ni puuuc
auction in Honolulu.
The property to bo sold under the said
power of Sale Is situated nt Lelco, Ho
nolulu, Island of Onhu, and consists of
u House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in P.P. UiiflS, L.C.A. 21!)3.
JOHN BOSS, Mortgagee.
By W. C. Pakke, his Attorney.
Honolulu, July 24, 1880. 88 3w
Crystal Soda Ms
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sndn, Lemonade, Sareaparilln,
Fruit Syrups and Essences nnd
mnde from tho puro Apple, nil of which
wo gunrnnleo to be tho best.
SS7 We also invite parties intending
starting stores for the snle of iced
drinks and wishing fountain supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere
flu Crystal Ma Worts,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu.
Mer-IsM S. N. Co.,
Tlie JBewt Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
Tho new and staunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.m. on
Tuesday, August 21th.
Tho steamer pastes nlong the entlro
coast of tho leeward side of Hawoll, uf.
fording tourists n panorama of charm.
Ing scenery, and will stop at Keuluke.
kim Bay, where sufficient time is allow,
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Piinnluu
nt 5 o'clock on tho day after leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on thu
vcscl, making tho entlro passage In
smooth water. At Punnluu there is thu
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from there tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Pnhnln, thence hy Etago
coach to llalf.wny lloueo, whore horhes
and guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and one
whole day nt tho Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAQE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort street, or ut the ofllco of the 1. 1. S.
N. Co., Esplanade. U70 Cm
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT OORNEIt OF FORT AND
School Streets, Lelonglng to Mr. M.
LojIs.kou. Enquire at the ollico of
M. S. QRINBAUM & CO.,
85 lm Quoeu Btreeli.
DESIRING to rloso out our Ship
Chandlery ami Commission Busi
ness, we shall sell tit REDUCED
PRICES and will clossc nut our entire
Stock, good.will nnd lenso of premises,
at ii fair valuation, to n rc-ponsible
A. W. PEIRCE&CO.
Having seemed tho Servico3 of
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we are prepared to execute nil
House or Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Hnvr just Received, by the
" FUKST BISMAKCK, '
Xitll jYuHovtimmt. ol
Beers, Wines anil Lipois,
St. Pauli Beer.
A Splendid Lino of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Filter Presses und Filter Press Cloth,
Sugar and Coal Bags, nil sires;
Hemp Twine, Gnlvauiycd Fence Wire,
with Fish Plate?, Bolts and Spikes,
Portlund Cement, full weight,
Roofing Slates, Havana Cigars,
A number of tho niuch.favurcd
with a large quantity of tho most popu
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
Also, Swedish Matches, Crockery,
91 tf Etc., Etc.
THE undersigned, having been up.
pointed nn Assignee ot the Estate
of P. ICauimnknolu & Co- of Mnknalae,
Hano, Maui, bankrupts, nil persons in.
debteil to suid Ebtntc uro hereby notified
to pay the sumo immediately to the un.
dersigncd. W. C. PARKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Aug 7, 1880. Oil lw
124 Beretania Street,
Is Now Open.
,. .. Im9 -,-...., - ... , ,.,M
AB complaints have reached me of
Into from some of my cuBtomrra
that they can pmchuse Hawaiiun.mado
Soap cheaper limn 1 have Lct-u selling
it, I beg to btiitc that I have always
transacted my business hi a fair and
straightforward way, chargluc tho same
price to ull alike, and selling at u
moderate rate; und at tho same time I
would inform my customers and the
public that from and nftcr this date my
prico will be $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu Snap Works, Lcleo, Hono
lulu, .Juno 21st. 61)
Ilnw'nCarriiiKoManf'u'.Co., 00 100
E. O. Hnll & Sou, (4 75 100
Intcr.Islnnd S. N. Co., 105 100
Bell Telephone, (g 33 10
C. Brower & Co., 101 100
Woodlnwn Dairy, t. 00 100
Wnlluku Sugar Co., f 07 100
Wnlmanalo, 170 100
Star Mill, 4J5 500
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 80 100
Ice Company, 87 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
39 Merchant Htroet. " 151'y
VEL.lICrfH H. H. CO.,
1nVpfl YTnnnllllll auMi Wnaarlnv at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalua, Mu
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Km
walhae, Laupauoeuoe aud Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all Ui
alOVn nortH. arriving at Hnnnlnln
j aou Saturday afternoon,