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Honolulu, Ilawallnn Islands.
Draw Kxolinngo on tho"
And their agents In
' NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rolhohl1d & Bon, Loudon
Tho Commoiclal Bnnl'.Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho flank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Clirlstchurcli, nnd Welllniiton,
Tho, Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torln, B. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Ranking Busbies.
tondod over soveinl days, thte is i
rcninil-nblo fact worthy of mention.
The vclcians of tho vnr that assem
bled in such numbers in the great
golden city of the West, gave evi
dence thai thoy were gentlemen as
well as soldiers.
.vwivii f mimoii iUuiiiftj iiri niiWrtWiiiiiriuwwiiiiwiiiiiiwiiiMniiwi'" nxawwM
Pledged to neither Sect nor tntty.
Bnt established for tbe benefit of nil.
Continued from puifc 4.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 2G. 1880.
In the main we agree with what
our morniii" contemporary savs
about "highway and byways," but
differ slightly from one or two of his
statements. "With regard to forced
labor being always dear labor, as a
rule no doubt if is ; but we do not
think it "is true of prison labor
everywhere." Prison labor is not
only utilized in some countries for
the construction of roads, but it is
made to produce result equal to
those of free labor. That is, the
prisoner working on the roads with
out pay is required to do as much
as a laborer working for hire. AVe
see no reason why it should not he
so here, instead of, as our contem
porary intimates, being "allowed to
degenerate into paitime or idling."
A road rounded on top, with clear
channels at the sides to carry off
storm water, and a surface coating
of stone or gravel, is not a model
road. The rounding and channeling
are orthodox, but the coaling with
broken stone or gravel is not accord
ing to sound doctrine. A road
should be made of the same material
from top to bottom. Such is the
teaching of the best load authorities.
The method in vogue hero of placing
large stones at the bottom and small
ones on top will never produce a
good and lasting road. The line
material will fall between the coarse
bottom material in spots, leaving an
uneven surface. Then when the
road has worn a little the rocks will
crop up from below in peaks,
making travel extremely disagree
able. Whereas a road constructed
entirely of stone broken to a small
and regular size will wear smooth
and even to the last layer.
Mr. Aholo, although a party mem
ber of the House and allied to the
Government Mile, i a fair man.
His parliamentary cat cor extends
back over many sessions. We be
lieve we are correct in savins' that
it has been invariably marked by
clear-headed coolness, gentlemanli
ness, and magnanimous lairness to
wards opponents. Hut low men
have ever sat in the Legislative Hall
at Aliiolaui Hale, whether abori
ginal Hawaiian or Caucasian, that
could not have gained by an imita
tion of Mr. Aholo. The writer has
a vivid remembrance of a keen and
cutting, though richly deserved, te
buke which he administered some
years ago to two foreign members
of the House, who indulged in an
unseemly personal wrangle, by ris
ing and saying, ' I had the impres
sion that I was here associated witli
gentlemen, but regret to discover
that I have been mistaken." His
politics? That is another question,
which is not now under discussion.
He has often voted on what we be
lieve to be the wrong side ; but he
has never acted and spoken in the
Assembly like a low-bred rulllan,
better suited to a stockyard than a
seat in the House. Whatever may
be his polities, we appreciate the
manly fairness of an honorable mem
ber who rebukes those on his own
Hide for interrupting a speaker on
the other side, as did Mr. Aholo thu
other day, when he said Unit as Mr.
Kalua had listened quietly to other
members ho (Mr. Kalua) should be
quietly listened to by those mem
bers. .Such conduct stands out in
lionorablu contrast to that of those,
who, being in tho majority, would
fitifle tho minority by moving " the
TuntsPAY, Aug. 2Gth.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by the Chaplain at 10 a. .m.,
Ihe'l'resident in the chair. Minutes
of last meeting were read and con
l?ep. Lilikalani presented a report
from tho Committee on Commerce
on a petition from Hanalci, asking
for a separate mail for certain local
ities. They consider something
should be done to meet the wishes
ot petitioners, and recommend that
the petition be referred to the Postmaster-General.
Hep. Aholo said an appropriation
would have to be made, as the mail
could not take care of itself.
Hop. Dole said the mail would be
left by the steamer, just the same
as it other places.
Hep. ICaunamano presented a re
pott from the Sanitary Committee
on a petition from Lahaina, praying
for the lemoval of the Government
physician there. They timl that the
alleged incompetence has not been
pioved, and that the matter belongs
to the jurisdiction of the Hoard of
Health; therefore recommend that
the petition be laid on the table.
Hep. Blown picsentcd the follow
ing report of the Judiciary Com
mittee: Hon. .1. S. AVai.ki-.ii, Pies
ident Legislative Assembly, Sir:
The Judiciary Committee to whom
was referred the resolution intro
duced by the Hon. J. V. Kalua, le
lating to the claim of the Wilder
Steamship Company to the subsidy
passed at the session of the Legisla
tor of 1881, being "subsidy to
steamer to run between 3'ukoo, Mo
lokai, Lahaina and Lanai S3,200,"
and claimed by the said Steamship
Company as having been earned by
the steamer Mokolii she having fullill
. the subsidy was granted ; and also
the petition of 1 Wundcnbcig claim
ed the terms and condition upon which
ing a portion of that subsidy for
tliirty-siv trips performed by the
steamer J. I. bowsott. beg leave to
submit that they have had said res
olution and petition under consider
ation and leporl as follows:
They iind that the steamer James
1. Dowsett, owned or controlled by
F. Wundenbeig, made thirty-six
trips in conformity with the terms
of the subsidy as appear by a certi-
licale of some 100 persons residents
of Molokai and Oahu ; and that the
steamer Mokolii owned or controlled
by the Wilder Steamship Company,
made eighty-three trips in confoinii
ty with the terms of the subsidy.
Vc are threfoie of opinion that the
subsidy for thirty-six trips made by
both the steamers J. I. Dowsett and
Mokolii should be divided equally
between said steamers or owners,
and that forty-seven other tiips
made by the Mokolii should be paid
to the owners of that steamer; and
we therefoie recommend that the
.sum of SHOO bo inserted in the Ap
piopriation ISill to be paid to F.
Wundcnberg, and also that the sum
of :l,2f)0 he inserted in the Appro
priation Hill to be paid to the Wilder
bteiiiiHlup Company, being at the
rate of S") lor each steamer for
thirty-six trips, and at the rate of
$;j() for forty-seven trips made by
G. 11. Pai.oh.vu,
J. II . S. Maiitin.
Hep. Aholo moved to lay the re
poit on the table to await the
minority report ff there be any.
Hep. Richardson, from the En
grossing Committee, presented co
pies of bills set for third reading to
Hep. Dole presented the following
A FACT WORTH REGORDINC.
A gentleman from Honolulu who
was In San Fiancisco during (he en
campment of tho Grand Army of tho
.Republic says that ho did not see,
in public or private, one intoxicated
man wearing the badge of tho
G. A. It. Considering that thero
were about l(i,000 men in line, and
that the period of observation ex-
Whereas, the late Ministry, of
which His Excellency Walter M.
Gibson, tho Minister of Interior was
Premier, authorized the borrowing
of large amounts of money, to wit
S80,!l(Jli.(12, during the late biennial
period by tho Minister of Financo
on account of tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment and the payment of inter
est thereon at the rate of nine per
cent per annum, without the author
ity of law: Ho it iciolved, that
such hot lowing is inconsistent with
tho due administration of tho Gov
ernment under the laws, and is in
jurious to the public interests, and
is deserving of tho censure of this
Assembly. S. B. Don:.
Hep. Brown moved that the reso
lution be adopted,
Hep. Dole spoke in support of the
resolution, making reference to the
loan hill, He asked what was the
use of authorizing a loan a( live or
six percent, when tho Government
i went outsido of the law and bor-
, rowed money at nine percent. The
1 Legislature alone had the power to
authorize the borrowing of money.
Not oven the Privy Council could
give such authority.' In every con
stitutional government it was the
same; tho Legislature haying tho
exclusive power of borrowing money.
If it i9 right to give the Ministers
that discretion let the house put
itself on recoid ns saying so, and
not make fools of themselves by
considering loan acts. If the Gov
ernment had the right to borrow
880,000, it also could borrow $10,
000,000. By passing this resolu
tion the Assembly would inform the
nation of its disapproval of un
authorized borrowing by thu Gov
ernment. Minister Gibson said theie was a
rule of this Assembly with regard to
questions of Ministers. This was
something of the same character.
but was lorccd on the Assembly so
as to secure immediate action. Al
though it was a matter that might
require some preparation, yet he
would not complain of that. He
could say enough now to satisfy
himself, and he hoped also the
house. The Government in this
action was following precedent. A
former Government, on an occasion
of exigency, or danger of public
distiess, had, not borrowed, but
loaned the sum of Si-oO.OOO out of
the Treasury. He thought it was
on record that Mr. Gregg, a
former Finance Minister, had in an
emeigency effected a loan. Whether
it was according to law or not, it
was necessary in some cases for the
Government to secuie temporary
loans. While the rate for perma
nent loans was lixed at live or six
percent, these amounts were neither
important nor permanent loans.
They were advances made by the
Government's tinancial agents,
Messrs. W. G. Irwin oc Co., dur
ing a lempoiary (tendency in tne
Treasury a mere adjustment of
accounts. He concluded by saying
there was no occasion for special
censure, either of this Ministry or
his late colleagues.
Noble Bishop said there was an
old saying that two wrongs did not
make a right. It was extraordinaiy
that the "Minister should select a
transaction that he had often con
demned, as a precedent for his own
Government. Thu Minister had
often made use of that transaction
in political discussion, but only to
hold it up to condonation. The
transaction in question was entirely
different from the course of the
present Government, disapproved
of in the resolution. At that time
there was a great financial strin
gency, and the Government had
what he should like to see now a
huge surplus in the Treasury. The
loaning of the money on that occa
sion would have been a public bene
lit far above the value of the
amount even if it had been lost.
Care was taken to obtain super
abundant security, and the money
was repaid to the Treasury long
before it was due.
Hep. Kaulukou asked if the trans
action was legal.
Noble Bishop No, it was not.
Hep. Kaulukou Then why did
you accept the loan.
Noble Bishop Because it was a
case of great public exigency.
Minister Gibson interrupted to
say that it was not right to accuse
hiin o'f having censured that tran
saction. As a member ot the Fi
nance Committee lie had recorded
his approval of it.
Noble Bishop said that amount
was loaned before the taxes came
in ; while, in the ease of this Min
istry's borrowing, the process went
on iong after the taxes were col
lected. The amount borrowed, too,
was very large, at one time reach
Minister Gibson said Mr. Gregg
had borrowed 100,000.
Hep. Thurston regarded this as
one of the most serious questions
that had arisen during the session.
One thing that must be settled was
that the Legislature should have the
absolute control of both the borrow
ing and the expenditure ot money.
The unauthorized borrowing of
money had gone on for years under
this administration, until they had
heard the Premier say that the Gov
ernment had appointed financial
agents, from whom it was borrow
ing right alopg. The defense of
the Minister of Interior was simply
that a previous Ministry hail done
wrong. This Legislature had nothing
to do with what was done under the
administrations of Mr. Carter and
Mr. Giegg. A series of precedents
extending over twenty years would
not excuse this Ministry in borrow
ing money contrary to the express
terms of the laws of several sessions
past. This resolution was not de
signed as a personal censure of Mr.
Gibson, but as a declaration that,
whatever wrong precedent may ex
ist, the borrowing of money without
authority of tho Legislature shall
cease fiom this day. Even if tho
piosont leader of the Government
admitted to-day that loans should
not be negotiated without tho con
currence of the Legislatuie, there
was no guarantee that Mr. Gibson
might not be superseded to-morrow,
Therefoie, if tho Legislatuie failed
to condemn this piactico to-day, a
new Government might meet thu
next Legislature with thu announce
ment that they hud borrowed u mil
lion. In conclusion, he appealed to
the house to sink party and place
on record a prohibition of tho policy
! condemned in the resolution,
, Minister Dare was pleased with
I the tone of this discussion. Personal
' releronces had been avoided and the
question discussed with regard spe
cially to tho principal involved. That
was the kind ot public discussion to
which he had been accustomed,
Hu contended that the laws of this
Kingdom did not prohibit the bor
rowing of money, without legisla
tive authority, by the Ministry in
certain emergencies. Article lo of
tho Constitution placed it in' tho
power of the Legislature to regulnlu
the disbursement of public binds,
and piohibitcd the Ministry trom
taking money out of the treasury
except in case of emergency. But
in the Compiled Laws the Minister
of Interior, with the approval of the
King in Cabinet Council, was
authorized to borrow money to the
amount of 825,000, for public
works. It was further ordered that
none of the money so borrowed
should come out of funds appropri
ated for other purposes. As the ap
propriations were always equal to
the revenue, It followed that, this
was an authorization to the Cabinet
Hep. Castle said thu amendment
to tho Constitution of bStil ex
pressly repealed all laws inconsis
tent therewith, ami provided that no
moneys should be drawn from the
treasury without authority of tho
Lesiislaturu. This, he held, car
ried with it by implication that no
I money could be put into the treas
ury without similar authorization.
Minister Dare cited the law, where
the Minister of the Interior was
charged with ceitain functions, such
as the disposal of Government land,
which implied the Cabinet had the
power to raise and disburse revenue
outside of legislative authority.
Hep. Castle said it did not appear
that any portion of this loan was
used for any public improvements
whatever. On the contrary, from
thu icport of the Auditor-General,
from the report of the Minister of
Finance, and from the Ministerial
returns of indebtedness, it simply
appeared as a Government income
of 880,000. The Attorney-General
by his own mouth convicted the
Ministry of exceeding its powers,
when he showed that its power to
borrow for public improvement
was limited to 82.',O00. He con
cluded by speaking of the import
ance of the principle involved, urg
ing the house to put an end to in
discriminate borrowing without au
thority and at high rates of interest.
Hep. Kaulukou moved the indefi
nite postponement of the resolution.
It, being 12 o'clock, he moved the
house take a recess till 1 :"!0, which
The Inter-Island St on in
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on b in 1 for ale
Steam Family and Black' mith Coal
and a guiciiil afoiinieiit of
no Barjron. Jy
Houm' and Lot ofl'lho Piuoa
Valley Hoiwl near the now
Punchbowl Stiei'l Uridine
House contains 5 room-, Buhioom,
Kitchen and Pantry. Oiithoii-o consist
ing of Blnblo, Carriage House and Har
ness room. The giom.dj me i hinted
wiili choice trees. To be sold cheap fin
.1 M. MONSAKKAT,
15 if No. 27 Mm chant rtiree1.
1 "AOME" I lUYl LI' In perfect older.
1 Apfl) lo HI lw).l. I,. M LHAN.
THE underslguid him he'll appointed
A llIlll'O of th r.Mati' of l. F.
M Liujihliii. a Inn t'ltipt. All 'cr oils
indi'tiUd to tuld KmiiIo are hereby imtl.
lied to make immediate payment to mo
at my unite. W. ('. I AHKU,
Honolulu, August an, ipan. m ot
rpiIK uiKli'isU'iied, Aslinep of llio
JL itauluilpl h-tili) of .1 F 3IrI niiuli.
II ii. im implied to Kcelve Mils fni the
piiKluiM. nf the HONOLULU SI'KAM
LAt'NOHY. with all lis appuiti'iiiinci's,
up to MOIi DAY, the tilth of September,
AD isaa, Ilia said bids ate subject to
the approval of l he Supreme C'nnil. The
Lntimlry Is in onil running older, and
lull partletilui.s can hu obtained from
lliu uinU'isiL'iHd. The eo-t of the Luui.
dry was !?7,(100. W G. 1'AltKK.
Honolulu, AumntUfi, 18SII. II (It
TSTcrw t:oro ! TVoav G5ood !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fort and Mim-cIihuC Streets.
EGAN it CO. take plca-nr) In nimoiiiif nig thin liny lnive npemil Mm aboie Slole,
and would be plcm-eil to hive you c till and examine the mn-l ei.ir.phti' lhV of
New G o,Ih i-vir opt'iinl In Hum-lulu, and at ns-to l-hii mv I -w pilee to
suit the linic.-seoinpihltigiicoinplolo, select and most la burnable lino of
Clothing, Gems' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
CnpH. llOOlM 1111(1 NllOOK, TlIllll'H, VllliHCH, otc, c.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
t3Thioiih fair and honest ilcallng wo hope to receive iishateof imbllo
patronage. GIVBUSAOALL. Jill ly
iVJR. W. S. LUCE
Ue'iu'i to notify the public that he U
not connected with the lbm of
Matjfaiiane & Co.
oi G. YV. Maolai lane it Co., havlni en
f.raj'cd In I lie
"Wine .So Spirit, 11 n Kino mm
11 tnli'ly ot. his own neeoOnt. lv
W. S. LUGE,
ine and Spirit
i I. I I Rl.al. ft MM.!. M mI CI...I
lampiicii uiuun, muiuiium auuui, ....
Keipi the llncsl asmt incut and
HONOLULU, II. I ,
Fall Term Opens Septcraher.13, 1 886
The Faculty of ihu piiM year will be
im-run.'ri lit 'the addition ot Mr. O. W.
Suviiu'iice, A. It., who laune- tn u fiom
lb'- M.inclieMer School, ManchcMei. Vt.
Mr SrVvi-n nee hu made a t-pecial study
of the Ei each Lnnu;iiai!i in Europe, nnd
will take lliul bnine'li in llio College
work loccllier with Elocution and kind,
led MihJL-cU The Hoanlitnr. Department
will lie oi. der tin' Mime niiinimeineiii as
hiM ye.ir, and oilers a pleiiMint r-chuo'
home to all who may decile to live at
TIiom plaautiii" 10 join the t-ohonl for
the couiiuu year arc uipieMcd to com
miiuicale at im enrlv date with the Pics
dent, EEV.'W. ('. MEIUUTT.
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
in thu City, and oilers sauus for pnlu at lowest llj-utea:
"Delmonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Chnmpngno,
Vouvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Farro" do., nnd other good brands,
" Oenturv " Whiskey by the gallon or do.nn;
t'e'uy, lieef and Iron; Pacific Congress "Water; Napa Hodn;
Ajiolt'itiatiK Water; Clysinlc; HcHiihL Ginger Ale; Cider;
Sootoh, Irbh and Kentucky Whiskies; Hiandlesof all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
By All goods delivered promptly to any pan of the Oily. Great care taken
in p.ickiug and shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone, 4 45;
Mutual Telephone, 418;
1 O. Hox, .17(1.
f -100 1m
SO 1A.YSS !
Ill ill fa
SO DD.A.YS !
Punahou Preparatory School,
7.1 l'ei'etiiiiKi Mi cci, Honolulu, 11. 1 ,
MISS E. V. HALL. Principal.
Tho Monarch of Scientific Skating,
will exhibit at the Yosiinite Uiuk
oi) the follnwlni" eveniau's:
Friday Evening, Aug. 27th,
Saturday " ' 28th,
Monday " " 30th.
Matinee Saturday Afternoon,
for the benefit of Ladies and Children.
ftltutcx, - - Sac.
W. A. WALL, Manager.
The Ti uMees lm v added :i y e ir to tho
foimer couitc, making it to couespond
with the liett 'iimnuiar tchool cour.-es
ot tho citie in the Unitt.il .States. They
mo happy lo announce that they havi
teemed n em ps f experienced instiuc.
tois lo asw-! I he Principal, lousi'-iliig of
thy follow iu r ladies;
Mn-s Amiei Muoar of Oakland, Cal ,
take- theVifth and bixth Gr.nks
Miss Hill IJ. Snow of "Wine, Musi,
take- tho 'ihiid and Fouiih Guides.
lyU'-a Mill's htuiiit of Oakland, Cal,
takes the tVnnurj Glades.
The School opens al fl o clock MON
DAY, S-eptembri- t:t, It-SG.
J&'" Pur additional information ad
dles (13 lw; KEV W. C MEKIUTT.
Gluts. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
Lino oi' Packets.
r.pYV niiippeis will piea-e lake no
In lli. lmrll. lnmlftwr
-r for this poit in Novum her, to
mil Diccinher 1st. Oidi'i should leave
ln-re by sle.uner ot October 1-i lo have
.A.noiliei tbbt-class vessel will snil for
1 1i n oit on or about the 1st day of
March. 1887, of which fmtlier notice
will bo ghen.
For pariiuil.m-, applv to
O. HEVK1'& CO., Arcd'h.
Honolulu, Aim 21, 18Sft. lit
Ninth Grout Inventory Sale at the Leading Millinery
t House of Chas. J. Fisliel.
Items of special interest to Buyers" of Seasonable "
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
JSuutH mitt Slioow, ITnt-w tiutl 0.jh, etc.
Special Sale of Fine
Election oi Oilicers.
AT the ininiial iiieeline of l lie Iltilawn
Bujnir Oompmy, held August 2a,
18-ii. ibe fiillowlot nlllecrs were ilectcd
for the ensuing year:
John El. l'aty PrcMthnl
Peter 0. Jones' Tieasurer
Joseph O. Carter , Seci clary
Georjio J. Koss Auditor
Dlieoiors Tho-. H. FoMi'i and .las. A.
Hopper. J. O. OAK'IEK,
Secicttiiv II ihiwu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Ann. 81, U. Vi lm
We have just received SO days later than
coutiaci call for, a large invoice of
the very licst make of Ladies' French
Kill Slues. By reason ot their late
arrival we have notified the mnnufac
tuicr that wc shnll sell them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the In
Till- Sale will continue until tho entire
Slock lias been disposed of.
Our ft'7 Shoes will bo sold for only
Diirinc the nexl 30 days we will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire line of all wool Dress Gords
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will he sold at fiOc on the $1.
A special fea'turc in our Drts$ Goods
Department this week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is.the greatest bargain piesented
by ns this Benson in colored Dress
GOc on the $1'.
I2mlioiclcries and JLjicck,
Over 200 new putterns havo been add.
ed to our all-ready immense stock.
On FRIDAY, Aiiff. 27th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., I am hiktriicicd to
sell ut Public Auction, at thu residence
of Mr. Samuel J. I.evoy, MukiM, raising
thu Uii'ehall Giouuils, hi- entbo IIoiih".
hold Furniture, consisting In part of
Bill tolrnnin Rats
XJ III J.IJ.I JL I JJUU1UUU1 IJUlUj
Fine I'm lor Set, UV Extuntdnn Dining
Table, Fine Bw' Sideboard, jjluss fiont
China C'unbniwltf, Dlniiiirrooni Chabv,
Mirrord, Glassware, B W 'Waidrobo,
Crockery, Sllvei. Plated Waic,
Largo Cooking Stoves and
Pictures, Carpels, Piano, Lamps, Vciiiu.
dull Cliaim, and ninny other nilhjlin
usually found in a well'icgulnicd Honee.
hold, Evtolhlni! being hi line oidur,
is well worthy tint attention of all in
want of Good Furniture. Alto,
1 FINE FAMILY OAKHIAGK
Horse, Phaeton and Buggy.
11 2t J, LYONS, Anct'r.
A MONTHLY Dividend of 81 pci
Khaio will ho paiahlij on the
Canltal Htook of tho Pconlu'b Ico and
Befrlgernlor Co. on TIIUKSDAY, Aug, nt n I
20ih, at thoCompuiy'R ollleo. parly.
ii ut W. r;. rvarjs-', Treasurer.
If sters !
Ex Australia, at
BY a young man, a situation In a pri
vate family as Coachman and ard
Mini. For Infm million, apply to
110 Iw Cm. Foil and King Strceti.
A Splendid Opportunity.
rJffhAy Anv; peioa ile irons of pro.
&ll?rVl$y! iniibi a plea nut honm can
wiKuii doso bv applying to the nil-(Icit-igiiul
1 1 j I - house and lot is t-llu.
ated mi I'orl Micci, ue.M In thu Oymiia.
luui Biilltlhic,. The grounds are plant
ed with many r.uu lieiRnnil plnalf.
I'. K. MILLKH'S
I'l 1m IhiwIiicBs Agency.
DBHUUNO to doso out our Ship
Chandlery and Commission luti.
hush, wo Miail sell nt Mil) IJ OBI)
1'KlCKS and will elos'o out our entire
Slock, good will and leasu of premises,
inir vauuuion, 10 a re-ponsinio
A. W, 1'KIBOK & CO.
Pine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FULL LINK OF
TUIMMKD AND UNTMMUED
Our $8Painsolsfor $4 15.
Our 90 Parasols for 35.
Our $5 Purao for $2 85.
Out $3 Paiaols for $2.
Wo Jiavo a fcSv Children's Parasols
which wo will oiler for fiO cents each.
CATtTWmCHT & WAREN'S
for Ladic, Gents and Children nt
COc on tho $1.
Our 05c balbrigau Vest is e.tra good
No such opporluniiy to purchase these
world.rcnow'iHd goods at half prico
can possibly occur apain this season.
168 Gents' $12 Suits.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Greatest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER WIICE, $7 CO.
These are all trimmed nicely and well
10 yards of Choice Pi hits for $1.
10 yards of M wide Cotton for $1,
14 yards of Unbleached Cotton for ,
412 doz of Gents' Hue Neckwear, at GOc
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, woith COc.
Gent's White Shirts
Wo claim to have the lamest and
most complete Sleek in this city, tho
very best make and tho vciy lowest
Evciy Shirt win ranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 CO Shirt we will sell for 30
dnys only nt $1 45 each, whenover
bought by single one or 10 dozen at tho
800 doz of Mackinaw Hats at DOc each,
Our 2 50 Bats wc will sell at $1 G5,
E3?" Come nnd look at there flats and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entiro lino of Hosiery will be sold
at COc on the $1.
In fan I a' Short Dresves, Oamhric-Nan-
fook ftyllshly mude and trimmed
from COe up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arnscne, at 25c a do., former price, 50c-.
Chenille, at 25c a doz, foimer price, COc.
Our 85, 1 uud S3 Pompoms will b&
Mild during the ne.uUOdays for $1 CO
per dozen. .
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early ami Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House, corner Fort nnd Hotel sticces.
Kinff Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Block Codllth, Kits nnd tins SaU
mon Hollies, kegs Butter, Cala Cheese, liejis Pickles, kegs Pig Porlc, Table Ral
bins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Bpiccd Beef, Bonn! Chicken, Lunch Todkucs, Chir
ped Hecf, ciii-es Oysters, Sardines, Sea Fouin Crackers, Flour, Bran, 'Wheat, Oats,
While Ciihtilo Bonn, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Gcnneu
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, Ficnch Pcus, etc. Also,
" Good Night " and Palaco Brands Kerosono Oili
All nt Lowest market rates nnd Satisfaction Guaranteed. EST P. O. Box 872
312J Telephone 110.
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