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Rep. Kcnu wanted to make the
item 83,000, nnd have tlio doctor
treat nil people free.
Minister Gibson spoke of the valu
able work bring done by tlin Jap
anese, Raying that, although it could
not be said that anybody was per
manently cured, yet undoubtedly
lives had been extended and suffer
ing prevented by thii doctor.
Physician Wnhilmi and Koolau-
Rep. Brown moved ?S,000, which
Physician, Walanae.' 9800
Rep. Dole moved SI, 800.
Rep. Iluyseldcn moved to amend
to "Ewa and Wuianae, 1,200,"
Re). Wight moved to reconsider
the vote for Haraakua and North
nnd South Kohaln. lie did not ob
ject to 82,000 when voted, but when
he saw a long list at S2,-100 and
83,000, he thought there should be
nn even distribution. The motion
carried, and then the same member
moved 82,100 for the Ilainakua
Rep. Kaunaninno moved 83,000,
Rep. Wight moved S3, 000 for
North and South Kohala.
Rep. Dole moved 82,400.
Passed at 83,000.
Rep. Wight moved to reconsider
the vote for Makawao, which was
Rep. Paehnole moved to insert,
Physician, Molokat '$2,000
Rep. Ilayselden said there was
already a physician there Dr. Mou
ritz, of the leper settlement, Kala
wao. Rep. Dole was in favor of keeping
a good physician at Kalawao. That
was the sickest district in nil the
islands, a'nd to divide a physician
between Kalawao and the rest of the
island was too mean.
Rep. Brown thought Molokai
should have a separate physician
from the settlement. It was not
very nice to have the doctor to the
lepers go among other people, and
the doctor could not study the dis
ease or alleviate suffering in the set
tlement if he only visited there once
Minister Gibson recalled the house
to the fact that in 1868 he had ad
vocated the stationing of a skilful
physician at Kalawao at 85,000 a
year, but no doctor could be got to
stay there nil the time. Dr. Mouritz
Avas a most capable physician, but
'he only accepted $i, 000 a year on
.condition that he could reside part
of the lime away from the settle
ment. Perhaps he could bo induced
;to remain in the settlement con
stantly for So, 000. lie was in favor
of voting a salary for a doctor for
tthe rest of the island, and would
move further on for a. physician at
tthe leper settlement.
The item passed.
Physician, Kalawao, to reside
there permanently 10,000
Rep. Kaunamano was in favor of
allowing the matter to remain as it
was, giving the physician 8-1,000 a
year from the Board and letting him
go abroad for a change of air occa
sionally. It was now said jthe dis
ease was not contagious till after
the patient was dead, Father Damien
being of that opinion.
Rup. Dickey was in favor of the
Rep. Dole said it did not mean
that the doctor should never be
allowed to come to Honolulu or go
beyond the bounds of the settle
ment. The item passed.
Minister Gibson moved to insert,
Medicines for free distilbution.. $10,000
Noble Cleghorn moved the com
mittee rise, which carried, and the
house adopted the report and then
adjourned, at 4:50, till 10 o'clock
Tuesday, Aug. 17th.
The Assembly was opened with
urnver by the Chnplain at 10 a. si.
Present: Ministers Creighton and
Dare; Nobles "Walker (President),
Dominis, Bishop, Kapena and Mar
tin; Reps. Haysclden, Lilikalani,
Baker, Kauhi, Amara, Brown, Pa
hia, Kaunamano, Wight, Nahalo,
Nahinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kauknu,
Richardson, Dickey, Kani, pae
hnole and Palohau. The minutes of
last meeting were read and con
Noble Bishop read a report of the
Education Committee, as follows:
To the Hon. John S. Wm.keii,
President, etc. Sin: The Com
mittee on Education, to whom was
referred the resolution introduced
by the lion. Jesse Amarn, to appro
priate 2,000 for educating tho
three children of tho late Rev. Abel
Clark, beg leave to teport that while
they sympathize with the hon. in
troducer of the resolution, in regard
for the family of the lato Mr. Clark,
who was a worthy school-matter in
the school at Waialua, they cannot
soy that tho children of a school
master have a claim for support and
education at the expense of tho
Government superior to that of any
other poor oiphnu children, and
that ub tho passago of this resolu
tion would establish a precedent
wrong in principle and liable to
lead to abuse, they recommend to
the Assembly to lay the said resolu
tion upon the table.
CriAs. R. Bisnof, Chairman,
h, A. TiiunsTos,
H, W. Kaai.
Rep. Kaunamano moved tho
adoption of the report, which car
ried over a motion of Rep. Amara
to lay on tho tabic for consideration
with a bill ho was to introduce.
Rep. Kaunamano presented n re
port of the Sanitary Committee on a
petition from Kalawao, praying for
the removal of Mr. Meyers from the
supcriutendentship of tho Leper
Settlement. In their opinion the
appointment of ofllcers in the Health
department was a tunttcr that rested
entirely with tho Board and not
within the discretion of this house.
They recommended that the petition
be laid on tho table.
Rep. Paehaolo moved the adop
tion of the report, which carried.
Rep. Richardson reported work
done under the supervision of the
Rep. Haysclden presented the re
port of select committee on the item
of 8100,000 for the repayment of
deposits in the Postal Savings Bank.
They "llnd'that it is unnecessary to
inseit any amount in the Appropria
tion Bill for that purpose, as sec. i)
of chap. 40 of tho Session Laws of
1884 fully provides for and author
izes the Minister of Finance on the
warrant of the Minister of the In
terior to pay all lawful claims of
depositors, including both deposits
and interest on the same." Signed
by Messrs. Kaunnuiano, Brown,
Ilayselden, Gibson and Kalua.
Rep. Thurston moved the report
be laid on the table, which carried.
Rep. Kaunamano presented the
report of the select committee to
which was referred certain items of
roads aud bridges, also a resolution
introduced by Rep. Naliale, for ap
propriations of $297,417.00 for
bringing water from Ulu to Ilaina
kua, 8371,887 for a railroad from
Waimca to Kona, and Sl,300,000
for purposes of immigration from
India. They recommend that the
resolution be laid on the table to be
considered with a bill of whicli
notice had been given. Adopted.
Rep. Dickey submitted the fol
lowing question to the Minister of
the Interior: "To His Excellency
Walter M. Gibson, Minister of the
Interior. Sir: You predecessor in
oflice having received a report from
the Auditor-General that there had
been gross carelessness and mis
management of the affairs of the
Bureau of "Water "Works, and an
examination having borne out the
truth of that report, why do j-ou
still retain the Superintendent of
said Bureau in his position?"
Rep. Richardson moved a suspen
sion of the rules, to take two bills
out of their regular order and refer
them to a select committee, which
carried, and the bills relating to
agents to take acknowledgements to
labor contracts, and to prisons, jails
and houses of correction, were then
read by title and so referred.
Rep. Dickey, on suspension of
the rules, moved that the bill relat
ing to stamp duties, read some time
ago a second time by title, be re
ferred to the same committee.
Minister Creighton, on suspension
of the rules, had the bill to provide
for the registration of vessels at the
Custom House read a second time
by title, and then moved it pass to
engrossment. He referred to the
importance of the bill, that assimi
lated Hawaiian registry to that of
the United States and England,
making a difference of 40 per cent
in favor of the new system in com
parison with tho old.
Rep. Dole said the bill and its ob
ject were good, but it had been re
ferred to no committee to see
whether or not it was defective,
Minister Creighton had no ob
jection to reference, but thought the
committee should be required to re
port within a specific time.
The bill was referred to the Com
mittee on Commerce, to be reported
back on Thursday next.
Rep. Dole moved a suspension of
the rules, to present a report of the
minority committee- on the Ilaysel
den coutractftitems. The motion
passed, and tho report was read.
(The report will appear later.)
Rep. Thurston moved the report
be laid on the tabic to be consider
ed with the majority report, whicli
Rep. Kaunamano, on suspension
of the rules, moved two bills relat
ing to the Hawaiian Board of Health
be read a second tiino by titlu and
referred to a select committee.
Minister Gibson, from tho Print
ing Committee, then presented
printed copies of the bill to regulate
the Hawaiian Board of Health aud
of tho bill to (istublibh a Hoard of
equalization of tuxes in each judi
cial circuit of the kingdom.
lien. Richardson, on suspension
of the rules, moved the bill to es
tablish a board of equalization, etc.,
bo read a second lime by title and
referred to select committee on tax
Minister Dare made a similar
motion with regard to tho bill to
license pawnbrokers, but withdrew
it on Rep. Brown stating that the
bill was repotted back by the Judi
ciary Committee on June Mth, witlj
a recommendation that it pnsa.
Noblo Dominis was granted Ipayp
of absence for tho rest of tlio week,
OKDEK OF THE DAT.
On motion of Rep. Thurston, tho
house proceeded to the order of the
Third reading of an act to en
courage ocean telegraph cables.
Minister Creighton moved tlio bill
Rep. Dickey seconded the motion,
saying it was time Hawaii took her
place in the electric circuit of the
world, and this bill was a step in
The bill passed.
Third reading of an act to regu
late proceedings in bankruptcy. Tho
Tho President appointed, as a
select committee on tiic Hawaiian
Board of Health bills Messrs.
Kaunamano, Kalua, Kaulukou, Dole
and Gibson. On the other bills re
ferred as above Messrs. Richard
son, Thurston, Haysclden, Brown
Rep. Ilayselden, on suspension of
the rules, reported from tho commit
tee on bills granting pensions to
Hon. John M. Kapena and Mrs.
Emma Barnard, recommending 83,
000 a year for the former and 8300
for the latter. Signed by Messrs.
Dominis, Ilayselden and Aholo.
Rep. Btown reported, as a mem
ber of the same committee, that,
not having reported favorably on
other pension bills, he could not
consistently do so on these.
Rep. Dole also reported, for him
self, that he was "not in favor of
granting any pensions whatever,
except under some rule established
by law which sliall proportion pen
sions according to salaries previously
drawn, whicli shall require as pre
liminary thereto a definite and con
tinued length of service, which sliall
entitle all to pensions who have per
formed the conditions, and which
sliall favor no one in preference to
The reports were tabled for con
sideration with the bills.
At noon the house took recess till
It gttUjO gaUUtin.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1886.
Stnir Kiuau for wlndwnul ports
Stmr Iwulani for Kauai at 5 p m
Stnir Jas .Uakee for Walauac and Kauai
at 10 a in
Schr ICnukeaouli for Kohala
Schr Moiwahine for Kohnhilele and Ku-
Schr Innuoknwai for Koolau at 2 p in
Schr Iialnhuw for Koolau
Schr Kiniiia for Kauai
Sctir Ehtikai for Waialua
Schr Ko Au Hon for Koloa
Bktuu Ella for San Francisco at 2 p m
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Schr Mann for Ilouonm
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bktno Discovery, Mever
Bktue W 11 Diniond Swift
Tern Ev.i "Wiknian
Ger bk Livingstone
Bktue 31ary Wiukelninn, Backus
Ger schr Mary C Bohui,
Haw brig Allie Howe, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, due Aug 15-20.
Bid bark Don Nicolas, Ross, from
Port Tnwiiscnd, 1VT, due July 20-31.
Xio bk PJmijio, Howard, from De
parture Bay, B f, duo June LTi-.'tO.
Ger bark Pacille, Oltuian, from Bre
men, due Sept 2O-II0.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send, WT, due Aug 1-11.
Brit bk Isle of Kiin, Xichohou, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Amaiia, from Liverpool, duo
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eiticka,
Cal, due at Kahuliii, July 20-30.
Brit bark lioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W H Watson, from Liver
pool, due October l--'u.
Am Miip FnlrHcId, fiom Hongkong,
duo August 20-30.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elniuoic, G- W .tanks, from
Newcastle, N S W, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacille Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S W, due September
O S S Au-tralla, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Franeii-eo, August 23d.
It M S S Marnroa, (Brit) James Edie,
from tlio Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, due August 28th,
Am bark F P Letchford, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-18
For Kahuhil and Ilium, .Maul, pur
steamer Llkelike, August loth 1 Levey
and wife. Miss U Shaw, Brothers
Thomas, Francis, Mattew, Frank and
Jauii's, J D .Mnrlln, II Hall aud about
From Sun Francisco, per bktne Dis
covery, Aug 10 A B Lawler, W S
The brig Sallna Is suppocd to bu on
the way here from San Francisco.
Tliu 'bktue Ela, Bust master, sailed
(his 1 ) m fur Han Francisco with 7.201
bugs of sugar and 1,050 goat skhu.
Thn bkiuu Discovery, Meyer muster,
arrived yestci day 1!JS days from San
FraueUeo. She' brought a very lingo
cargo of general merchandise. Her
duck load stands several feet abovo the
gunwale. She Is consigned to Hack
Jeld & Co, and U anchored in the
Traveler (to ticket agent) Gim
me n ticket for Now Brunswick.
Agent The next train doesn't stop
at New Brunswick. It goes through
that town at llfty miles an hour.
Traveler That suits me. I've um
pired too many games of ball be
tween tliu New Yorks and Chicagocs
(o bo afraid to get off a train that's
only Jogging along at fifty miles an
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
What are tho Fenians going to do
in tho boat racing this ycui?
Mns. Lyons is offering special in
ducements in millinery goode.
Mn. Geo, Mnrkhain and bride, and
Mr. II. Bertelmau and bride go n
honey-mooning to Kauai to-day.
Judoi: Bickeilon, ycntcidny, com
menced tho Mnonth year of his in
cumbency ns Police Justice in Hono
lulu. The King's, the Myrtle's, and the
Honolulu's six-oared crewe are dili
gently practising for the coining
Mnssns. Adams it Co.'sgicntciedit
sale begins to-moirow morning at 10
o'clock, and will continue over tho
three following days.
Mn. Lucas has broken ground for
it huge two-story brick building, for
Yini Quon, on the lower side of King
street, a short distance westward of
where the old Station House stood.
Mr. (toncalves will sboitly open a
photographic pniloron Fort street,
just above the shooting gallery. Ho
is having a skylight made in the roof
of the building for photographic pur
poses. It has been icported to this olliee
that tlio driver of a public express,
No. 7(1, subjected his horse to a
shameful whipping, without cause,
between 3 and 4 o'clock yesteiday
afternoon, on Nuuanu street.
Mnsaiis. Smith it Mills have just
completed a bridge at Kaiwilahilahi,
near Laiipahuehoe, on the island of
Hawaii. Thin was a bridge very
much needed by the district, and the
lcsidents are consequently much
pleased to have their wants in this
The dance of tho bashful boys is
about ended. About ten of them who
can dance a little want the assistance
of tile ladies, while the others who
are yet awkwaid with their feet won't
dance if there's a lady within view.
So there is a division of the nieni
bcis, and most likely an end to the
dance of the bashful boys.
Muldoox, tho "solid man," one of
the first to start business in the
newly-built portion of Nuuanu street,
Ms already reaping good results from
acting up to his motto, "excelsior."
Muldoon's first step in the "onwaid"
move, was to produce a really good
cup of cotlee and acccssoiies at a
modeiate price. Then tlio people of
the neighborhood shouted "forward,"
and rushed into Muldoon's establish
ment in Hiicli numbers that tho
Muldoons father, son, and bi other
have had to work like beavers to
keep up with the crowd.
PicTUitE Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Flames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bios'. Art Store.
Dit. Flint's Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
For fine Ico Cream, Cakes and
Candies, go to the reliable Elite leu
Cicam Parlors, 85 Hotel stieet. Their
Ice Cream is iecognized as the best
in town by all connoisseurs. 01
"Tin: Ten is Muuitikh than
the Sword!" That's so, and all
the swords in Hon. Kaulukou's
army will not achieve such vic
tories as will tho splendid assort
ment of Gold Pens now on view
at .1. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.'s store.
Holders to mutch hi styles to suit
everybody's liking. Get one, and
be a conquemr thereby in love,
literaturo or law! 403-4t
Patronize Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Woiko, wheio he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
side prices. Wand orders solicited
aud promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tlio fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
nanio J. W. Hingley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
, (10 ly
Drunkenness: Kamohai, Kapuni,
Bila Bolabola, Geo. Harrigan, W.
W. Weed, K. McCarty nnd Pualani ;
Assault and battery: Kaaiaka
m a no, 10.
Drunkenness: W. F. Jordan, J.
Kaaka, Keoki, SO each.
Assault and battery: Wing Wo
and Tung Koon ; each hnrd labor 40
days ami 83 costs.
Driving on a bridge faster than a
walk : Frank May, S5.
Affray: Waiwidolo and William,
Wing Wa Foy vs. SeoTuck Yupn.
Assumpsit for 6(52.(10. Judgment
confessed. Interest, commission,
and costs 81 l.tiO.
Joseph Layam vs. Lam Chock.
Action for summary possession.
Plaintiff put in possession. Costs
Violating Sabbath on tho 15th
inst: Hoohi, S10.
Monday August 16tb.
I. I, S, N. Co. vs. Maka, Kea
Ioha and Xuliau, deserting contract
service. Ordered to return. Costs
Lovejoy it Co. vs. NcugraKekou,
assumpsit for $17.25. Judgment
confessed. Commission and costs,
Wing Wa Foy vs. Su Mttn Hung,
assumpsit for 8137.05. Judgment
confessed. Interest, commission
and costs, S20.45.
The greatest mental offort that a
Philadelphia dude makes is when he
has to determine whether to take out
his cane or his umbrella.
We read that "the Piesident
drove out in a straw hat Sunday."
Wc expect to hear next of his sail
ing down tlio Potomac in the same
A Sunday-school boy got up to
recite ids verse of Scripture, but he
got it a little mixed and said :
"Honesty is like angels' visits few
and mighty scarce."
In conformity with n resolution of
the ShatcholderJ of the Walnica Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at a meeting
held mi August l!t, 186, authorizing the
Picsidenl and Sei tenry of said Coipnr.
iitioii to dhpttMj of Us piopertv, etc., the
property of the said
Wiiimeii Siipr Mill Co,
AT WA1MKA, KAUAI,
will tin sold to the highest bidder, nt
Public Auction, in the Salesroom ot K.
P. Adiuns & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem
ber, A.TJ. 188G,
at the hour of 12 o'clock it , to wit ; the
Entire SUGAK WOIUCS, known as tho
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple land at Wnlmen,
Kauai, with all ili contents and nuichin.
cry and modem ItnpitHcmcnl--, inaiiu.
fnctuied by Hie Honolulu Iron Works
Company in ISM.
Lenses of lands adjoining the mill site.
Houses for manager, sugnr boiler, en
gineer and laborers.
Blacksmith and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, moio or less.
U0 ox-carts, yokes and chains.
Drake, harnesses, windmill, black,
smith and carpenter tools, Including 1
large iiiumm nine complete, mid
nearly new implements.
Olllce nnd hoiiM-hold furniture.
Railroad track, etc., etc.
1 second-hand Limine, I0v24, in order,
undo by the Honolulu Iron Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatever on bund on day of sale.
jSTPor information as to terms of
sale and other particulars ns to
ExiHting Planting; Contracts,
Well. boring and other minor contracts
advantageous to the Mill, persons desir.
ing to become purulm? ers may unply to
ED.I10FFSC11LAEUBU & Co., Ag'ls,
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
407 td Auctioneers.
IIonoiui.u. Aim. 10. IB-it.
K. HROUS"-.. Sir You ha vine
chnllennul CLl'.MENTINA tn trot
to harness, I urn niithoiied by Captain
Hayley to accept your challenge to trot
mile heats, tlneu mid live to harness, to
rule, for $260 a hide, four wi.cks from
next Saturday. 1 have poud $125 for.
felt, wiili Jaines Morgan, which I wish
you to do likewise. Tlio b dance, $l-M,
to bo posted on the day of the nice.
Play or pay. ( 2i) DJt. O. L. WOOD.
1JOOMS TO LET,
AT 68 King Mreet, upsiniiH, .T rooms,
nt $14 per inniilh. )()(! lw
Adjourned iUeeliiiH; Ilnluwsi
STOCKHOl.nUHS will please take
notice that an adjourned annual
meeting of the Huhiwn Sugar Company
will bo held at the olllce ot C. Brewer &
Co., Queen Hroel, ai 10 o'clock a.m.,
MONDAY, Aug. 2S, 18-0.
Secretmy Halawn sinjur Company.
Honolulu, Aug ln.lSW tot! lw
Will he open utcry ulternoun aud even,
ing ns follows:
Mouiloy, Tut-mlny, IVt-iliirmluy unci
To the pul lie in general,
For ladies and gentlemen.
For Indies, gentlemen nnd chihlicn.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Hiiiurdny Eienlngs.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
C. K. MILLER,
Genoral Business & Purchasing Agont.
42 Merchant St, Honolnln.
My most falthlui niteii'lou will bu
given for tliu
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for the residents of Iho
7UJ sovoral Iblands of lhl group, (ly
Must be Sold below Cost
Within the Next 30 Days!
Having determined to give up tniMnci,
STOCK OF GOODS at a OUE T
m secure iinrgnius in
Trimmed nnd Untrimmcd Hats and Bomiota, Feathers,
Plumos, Flowers, Velvets, Ribbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
Also, choice selection of Corsets Ladles', Misses' and Children' Holery, Under
wear of all kinds, and many other goods too numerous to unme.'
I mean flit I say, comn ai Sea for Yonrselves !
EST MIlS. L. T. SKIDMOIIK, Mnnager of tho Millinery Department, will be
leaving for Sail FrnncNco in a short lime, therefore ladles wishing her to do any
millinery work, would do well to call car I v.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
IN'o-vv Goods l-
Just icceived, ex Lapwing, a large consignment of
Genuine German Cologne,
Prepared by John tin Maria Farina.
Geiaiiar ton Jilicts-Plalz CiIipb, Gerray.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Real Estnte Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent
Blacksmith Work ;
79 & 81 Kill Stat, -
EnlrunccM lr-om Ivinj; aud Ieielmiit S(w.
Every description of work in the above
Also, Horse Shoeing: a Specialty.
1ST Bell Telephone, 107. -fcSa
CMS. HUSTM, gROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS HECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams, llacon, Block CmltUli, Kits aud tins Sal.
mon Hell ie?. kega Uutter, Cain Cheese, Legs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Itai.
sins, Figs, Almonds, "Walnuts, Spiced Bci f, lloned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip,
ped Ueef, cases Oysters, Sardines, Sea Foim Crackers. Flour, Hran, "Wheat. Oats,
White faHtlle Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Siifinr, Powdered Sugar, Qcrmea
Breakfast Germ, Choice Tens, French Peas, etc. AUo, '
" Good Night " and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
All at Lowest mniket rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. ZSl" P. O. Box S72
M2J Telephone 110. '
JO! ITT, 1. 8 Kaaliiianii Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
rOTlCE is luieby given, that I hare
1A Ihiu day icvnkcd mv power of At
torney to Apail, ilutid Uiih day of Do.
cember. lKi-0, recorded llher 07, pago
22;i,in liegitlvr Olllce, Honolulu.
DatuJ Honolulu, July 17, 1BSQ. 81 lm
88 Fort Street
I lmve concluded to sell off my K
SACRIFICE. Now is your chanc
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
HONOLULU, II I.
A new Invoice of Lanterns, ICeiosene il of the ery
Host Outditv, Stoves, Ranges mid Tinware.
FIRE-PKOOl Sllirs'OI-ilt: PAINT,
Hccotnmended by File Underwiiiers of Sim Frnwi'cn,
etc, elc. Aii actual Protection neaiii'l Kire
Harden Hand Grenades,
l C..n1I f .. .. PI,,.., OntioSmitllilllt
41. OllliWl lilHf IW lH'v U'iioiiMiin
Full lines of llardwnie, Agricultural Implements, etc.
Honolulu. II. I.
Custom House Urokcr,
Slnrmgcr Hawaiian Opein Iloue,
Fire and Life Iiihurnnce Agcui.
Oil Hose Premises,
lines performed in n tlM.class manner.
C3T Hell Telephone, 1G7. -
BSCUgSr J, i if. wrVJif
Banjo and Guitar.
13. .1. .iilol 'vWr'
A Thorough Teacher. '.IJBi
t3T For terms, apply to 3Hs
400 lm WEST, DOW & CO. Jflt