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MONDAY. SEPT. (1. 188(5.
A PLEASING FEATURE.
Tho birthday uelolirntion of Prin
cess Liliuokalani, lluircbs Apparent
to the Hawaiian Throne, Int Thurs
ilay, was distinguished liy one fea
ture of special interest to thoughtful
patriots. 'Wo allmlc k tho class
and cliaiaeter of the people uho
offered congratulations and tendered
devotion on that occasion. During
the hours of the reception proper
from 10 o'clock in the morning till 2
in the afternoon a large majority
of the callers were native Ilawaiians,
mostly of the gentle t-c.v. and of the
quiet, unobtrusive, lespectable class
which forms the nucleus of the
nation's hope many of whom are
not generally known in the commu
nity and are seldom seen at public
gatherings, but are the light and
ornament of their neat and tidy
homes, where they are endeavoring,
to the best of their knowledge and
ability, to bring up their young
families according to the teaching
which they themselves have re
ceived in our best educational insti
tutions. This is the class of Ila
waiians which the good Hawaiian
Princess, by her life and her work
among her people, has attracted
and is attracting to herself, and the
Princess's birthday anniversary was
embraced especially by thc.-e people
as a fitting occasion to testily their
appreciation of her character and
concern for the elevation of
race. This was the significant
specially grateful feature of
birthday reception, in which
thoughtful observers see giouml of
hope for the improvement of the
Hawaiian people. Sincerely do the
true friends of Hawaii desire that
Princess Liliuokalani may long live
and long continue to shed her re
fining and elevating liilluence over
Nixivrv-rouimi da v.
Mommy, September 0th. '
House met at 10 o'clock. Opened
with prayer. Present: Minisleis
Gibson, Creighton and Dare;
Nobles Walker (President), Kuihe
lani and Martin ; JJeps. Hayselden,
Lilikalani, linker, Amara. Drown,
Kaulia, Pahia, Kaunamano, Wight,
Nahalc, Xahinu. Kauhaue, Kalua,
Aholo, Kaukau, Castle, Kaai, Pae
haolc, Kauai and Palohau. Minutes
read in both languages and approved.
Kep. Brown icported from" the
Judiciary Committee on the bill to
amend section 217 of the Civil Code,
relating to the branding of animals,
recommending that the bill pass.
The report of the committee was"
adopted, the bill ordeied lo pass to
engrossment, and to be read a third
time on Thursday.
Kep. Hayselden on suspension of
the rules, presented a petition from
residents of Kohala, praying for the
continuance of Dr. Thompson in the
bervico of the Hoard of Health. The
petition was signed by 5100 Chinese
and 100 Portuguese and )17.") Ha
waiian. Deferred to Sanitary Com
mittee. Dep. Biown icad a minority re
port from the Judiciary Committee
on the bill intioduced by Hon. S. D.
Dole entitled an act to prevent tho
borrowing of jnoncy on account of
the Government without the author
ity of the Legislature, lecomineiid
ing that the bill pass, in order that
all discussion upon tho validity of
borrowing money upon the authority
of a so-called cabinet lesoliitiou may
be disposed of, and in older that the
one power contemplated and author
ized by the Constitution shall alone
give such authority. The lcportwas
signed by Cecil Drown and J. II. S.
On motion of Hep. Aholo, tho re
port was received and laid on tho
table to be considered with the hill-
Hep. Hayselden asked further
time for the Committee on Accounts
to report. Granted.
Hep, Kalua asked and obtained a
filmilar favor for the Committee on
Ptiblio Lands and Internal Improve
ments. Hep. Kalua, on suspension of the
rules, made a verbal report on the
petition of Mr. Plowerdcw, that it
had been veiy difllcult to get a meet
ing of the committee and to get tho
members to agree, and henccit had
been decided lo leturn the petition
to the house to lake such action on
it as may seem best.
Hop. Drown moved the petition
bo made the older of the day to
Kep. Castle, on suspension of the
rules, asked mi explanation from
the Minister of the Interior of the
entrance of the steamer Moskwa
from Yokohama, ycsteiday. in icw
of the Minister's statement a few
days ago, that all ships fiom Asiatic
ports are required to anchor outside.
Minuter Libson said he had re-
oeived notice, yesterday, fiom Dr.
Hrodic, that the vessel was inside,
but that she rcpoited a clean bill of
health, and that in some sense, the
vessel was a man-of-war, carrying
Hussian naval olllccrs, a Minister of
Marine and a ltiissian Prince, lie
answeied that it was no matter, that
the lcgulations of the Hoard of
Health must be observed, and at
once gave ordeis for the vesel to
steam out. He was glad lo say
that the Admiral on seeing the
older, leproachcd tho pilot for not
having made him acquainted with
thf instructions. Hie vessel went
immediately outside. A mectingof
the IJoaul of Health was called.
The physicians weie directed to go
on boaid, ascertain the exact condi
tion of things and leport. The ic
port brought back was that the ves
sel had left Odessa under man-of-
war regulations, and had no sick
ness on board dining the voyage,
and that none ol the crew had gone
ashore at Yokohama. The medical
men went on board, and subjected
the ship to a thorough fumigation,
thu Admiral and ofllcers on board
alfording the doctors every facility
for carrying out the ame. Permis
sion was afterwards granted, under
the mles, by the lioiud, for the ship
to enter the harbor.
Hep. Castle moved a suspension
of the rules, to present a. majority
leport of the Select Committee lo
which was referred a bill piesentcd
l3" the Hon. J. K. Kaunamauo, to
amend section 780 of the Civil
Code, also a resolution prc-entad by
the Hon. C. II. Dickey, relative to
the ic-appoinlnicnt of representa
tives The committee recommend,
as follows :
Article CO, of the Constitution,
requires that the Legislative Assem
bly shall from time to lime appor
tion the lepicscntation in the As
sembly according lo the population.
Since the Constitution of 180 i,
there has been but one change in
the repi escalation; this was made
by the. act of 1808, whereby Wai
luku leccives two members. Several
measures have been considered by
successive Assemblies, but no
fiuther change has been made. In
the meantime changes have oc
curred, the centers of life andbusi
ncss have shifted and the dispropor
tions in leprcsentation are now very
great. This is shown clearly by the
census of 18SI, which also furnishes
a safe and sufllcicnt basis for a new
distiibulion. That such re-apportionment
ought lo be made is per
fectly evident. If the right to be
represented in the Legislative As
sembly is a valuable one, one for
which the citizen teels any concern,
it is clear that great injustice is
The committee proceed lo set
forth the figures on hieh the repie
sentation is based at the picsent
time. The elected members of the
Assembly are now at the rate of one
to every 2,878 of the population,
but that some districts aie over re
presented and others fall shoitof
their proper allowance.
The committee submit a draft of
a bill to apportion the representation
of the people in the Legislative As
sembly and establish election dis
tricts. The bill proposes to assign
representatives as follows :
Maud of Hawaii S
Island of .Maui (!
Hand of Oalm 0
Islands of Kauai and Xiihau a
Islands of Molokai and Lauai 1
Of the 9 for Oahu 0 aie for Hono
lulu, the city being divided into dis
tricts. Hep. Hayselden moved the report
be laid on the table to be considered
with the minority report.
Kep. Kmilukoii said he ought to
move the indclinito postponement of
the proposed'bill, but would not do
so, as he expected the minority re
pot t would kill-it,
Minister Dare, on suspension of
the rules, icad lor the first tune, a
bill entitled a "Enabling Act to
confer citizenship on certain aliens,"
namely, Abraham Iloffnung and
Sydney II. Francis Iloffnung. Oh
motion, the bill was read a second
time by little, and referred to the
His Excellency also gave notice
of a bill to bo introduced at the
afternoon session for the settlement
of certain rights to lauds and fisheries
wheie the claims of tho Crown and
of the Government conflict.
oiinr.ii or mr. day.
House took up the order of the
day, consideration of Mechanics
Hep. Thurston moved the bill
pass. The motion was supported
by the mover, and Heps. Castle and
Djckoy, and opposed by Hep. Aholo
and Minister Dare.
Two further motions were offered,
to strike out section 1, and to inde
finitely postpone. The motion to
indefinitely postpone tho bill pre
vailed. Tho house then look recess till
1 :U0 J-. m.
THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM.
Its 'Poi.nicAt- Oisoanism Tin:
VltANTIMSr. QlJAI.lllOATIONS OK
Voti:hs am! Uaxoidatks A Scum:
is uu: Hawaiian Paiimajhint
Hawaiian 1mustuii:s Ni:wTi:i.r..
oiiAiMi Caulk ani a Pnorosr.ii
From an occasional corrcufHuident"
IIonolim;, II. 1., Aug. lo, 188G.
The Government oi the Hawaiian
Islands is an example of single
breasted legislation, the law-making
functions being performed by a
House of Hepiesentatives. The
lranchise is piactioally fiee, the no
minal property qualification of the
voter being an income of 8250 a
year from any source, including that
of wages received ; that of the can
didate 8500 yeaily income. The
sessions of the Legislature are
biennial, each member receiving a
compensation of S 1 ,000. This form
of Government is a constitutional
monaichy, with power in the ruling
sovereign of naming their successor
from those qualified ; that failing,
the Legislature elects. The present
King David (Kalakaua) was elected
by popular vote. The several
branches of the Government are the
Executive, Judiciary and Legislative,
which aie is no case to infringe on
each other. The Cabinet have scats
in the House and are open to the
catechism of members legarding
mcasutcs emanating from their sev
A SIXOt'I.Al! lT.ATUlti: IX Till: HA
One feature of the legislative pro
ceedings is decidedly unique as well
as painfully monotonous, and that
is the Interpreter. It is the duty
of this person to translate the Eng
lish speeches into the native tongue,
and vice versa. He has little mercy
for the eternal fitness of things, but
chops in promiscuously, leaving the
mangled member standing waiting
until he may be allowed to pick up
the broken threads of his discourse
or debate. To picture nny of our
many eloquent speakers, Ihusiudely
intcriuptcd in the midst of a burn
ing pliillipic, or a grand peroration,
would be next to picturing a para
lysis. Theie are two parties here,
each being the Reform party when
they arc out. The "Ins" have an
overwhelming majority, leaving the
others, who are called the Old
Missionary party, in a helpless oppo
sition. Their opposition is not fac
tious. They have introduced and
forced the passage of several meas
ures of much needed improvement,
including sewerage, fixing city
grades, water supply, etc. They
oppose and expose the lavish manner
in which appiopriations arc made
for the general enhancement of
official salaries, which, being for two
yeais, have a mote plethoric look,
one bill pioviding for the appropria
tion of 30,000 toward christianizing
the South Sea Islanders, passed the
House. A very interesting debate
occurred the other day over the
Genealogy bill. This bill called for
810,000 towaid the discovery of the
bones of the dead Kings and their
deposit in a mausoleum fit for their
sacred rest. Ten thousand dollars
had been appropriated last term for
that purpose, still, the new bill
passed. The method for the dis
covery of these sacred bones was
elicited in the debate and is fresh
enough to bear publication. The
sacred hogs, so-called, are bet to
rooting in a pile ot miscellaneous
hones, loyal and plcbian, and those
selected are represented to be the
only true blue-blood aiticle. This
is the first case of hog-clair-voyanco
that has come under my notice,
mi: thi:aty question.
The question of the abrogation of
the treaty is of deep and general in
teiest, absorbing all parties and
nationalities excepting, perhaps, the
English and German elements.
Tneie was a little breeze of native
oratory at the suggestion of the
paitial cession of Pearl Harbor,
"maintaining the autonomy of the
nation inviolate," etc.
The products and industries of
the islands are quite varied, sugar,
of course, being the great staple.
Coffee, superior to any grown, is
produced in limited quantities on
small holdings worked by tho natives.
The future of this crop only awaits
the touchstone of intelligent capital
and larger opeiations to make it not
only a very profitable crop, but
equal in extent to any colfee fields
in the world. Tho breeding and
raising of live stock employs an
immense capital, none but the purest
and best breeds being propagated.
The various mechanical trades are
well represented, doing a profitable
business. A late discovery lias made
the icfiise of the sugar mill very
valuable. Prom being worth a few
dollars a ton for fuel, it is shipped
to England, where it brings from S70
to S100 per ton, It is used for
making a special kind of paper
pulp. Hamie is being raised largely,
and with thu perfection, of a now
machine is expected in tho nenr
future to rank as a most valuable
pioducl. Hamulus are not only
abundant but ledundant and very
superior and extremely cheap. The
export trade to San Francisco is
huge and lucrative.
Tho Secretary for Foreign Affairs
lias asked for a grant to fiuther the
arrangements for the projected tele
graph cable to connect the Austra
lian Colonics with London via Hono
lulu and Canada, making Ran Fran
cisco tho terminal point. Tlio
Mackny-Dcnnctt lino is to be used
over the Atlantic. Negotiations for
funds have been nearly completed in
A member of the house of Daring
Bros, lias arrived lieie with the view
of negotiating a loan to tho Govern
ment of $10,090,000. As no bill
has yet passed authorizing the lais
iug of such a loan, the action of our
English cousins would seem rather
premature. S. F. Bulletin.
"AIH. and MKS. LDWTri J. I.rVHY
JL'L ii'luni tlmnko to llioir niiiiierntm
friends for kind violin nnd t,mpnili.r up
on the loss of ilielr below d ilnu-jliler.
Dcrctnnln slreet. i-cnt. (1, 188(1.' It
A LADY'S CADI) CASE, red morocco,
XX. containing caul", Willi name in
sell bed Ki'uiud on li'liiiitltijt to I'll
Queen Street, or to Hit Office. 81 !t
rooms" to Tiir. "
O NICK DOOMS lo let, Mill.ihlc
J Imlv or gentleman.
Apply ut No. 4
A MEETING of IlioFlr-l Division of
I lie l.lliuoknbini Educational So
clcty will lie held at the room of Knellie
Co. No. I., TO.MOHHOW, TUiJhDAY,
Sept. 7lli, Instant at :j o'clock, p.m.
Eveiy member is Kqtie-tcd to attend.
It MPS. HEP. C. HECKl.EY, Sec'y.
That very deniable Dcsidcnec
of Mr. S. J Levey, on the
Plain", to let. Larue airv
rooms in iniiin building. Willi Miilnlile
out huildinue; lesidence is complete
with all modern hnpiovcmcnt; Stable
and Ourrhme Ilou-e, elegant jiaideu,
etc. For fin tlier particular-, apply lo
J. E. WISEMAN,
24 Iw ltc.il Eslate Agent.
Tho Russian Steamship
H ViRG?Mlh? h H
A. KADLOFE, . . C'nniminidcr,"
Will sail for Pan FrunciM'o
On or about the .8th instant.
12?" For freight or p'i-suj,'e, lining
siip rior accoiniiicdalion, apply to
from the Ha.
HOLMES will act
foi me under lull
power of attornev.
GILhEKT .T. WALLEU.
Dated Honolulu, bept 1, I88(t. !!:) :5t
NOTICE o7 TRESPASS.
ALL unknown pewnii found enlciing
lliu Stnliles or pieniiM". occupied
b the undesigned, on the niakai side
of ( mini Prison, after 8 o'clock at night,
will be liable to being ane-tcd m -hot.
CHUN KUI SUE.
l'ri-on ltond, Honolulu, buptemlierS,
lb8. :.! 1
I3x MnripoHti, x
1f H. H IIACICFELI) has tlii- day re-
LiX ilrid Irom our firm and MH. .1.0
GLADK ha- withdrawn from our firm
as ye.n-.nil paituei
II. IIAOKFKLI) & OO.
Honolulu, Ult-t August, lf-815.
Co-psu'tiiershii) Notice. '
MIL K. MULLED has thu. day been
admitted as a general purl tier of
our firm, nnd SID. J. O. OLA I)B will to
iispwiul p.nluei ol our Ibm from and
after this dale
SIK. 11. LOSE 1- luiilioiizcd to sign
(nil 111 in iiiiuiu liy piocuuulou.
11. 1IAOKFBLU &CO
Honolulu, 1ht Suptemliei, 1 880. (20 fit
rpilE uuderhigned having been ap
X pointed Atisignci'H of the Estate of
J. K. Caspar of ililo, Hawaii, a bank
rupt, all pcrbous Indebted to snldE-tnte
are hereby notified to pay the same Im
mediately to the undersigned.
W. C. PA1UCE,
E. HUTCHINSON, Assignee.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1881). () 41
Store for Rent, sind Fix
tures for Sale.
rpiIAT dtKirablo Stoie now occupied
1. by ihe LAWKS' ItAKAAK, Wi Foil
btieot, and alt the Fixluie-, Glu-" Ou-ci-,
iic, for Rule. For. fuilher piiitlculius,
enquire on the 1'iemUcs 1 110
Cheap, in any Quantity.
p') HUSTAOKA DOHBKTSON. fim
New Photograph Itoqms
OYED Nlchol's noro, Fort strict,
next the Shooting Utilliuy, Pic
lures, Poiirnltb ami views. Fhst-ela-t.
wink. Satisfaction giiurnuicid.
Will open on MONDAY next. CO y
Chas. Broivoi & Co.'s Bos
Line of Packets.
Shippers will pleue tuku no
lice that a llrsl. class vesnl
? will ho in the berth loadii ;
for this noit in Novemlier. lo
sail December 1st. Oidcrs should len- o
hero by steamer of October 1st to hau
Auotherlhbi-clnss vossel will sail lor
this lien t on or iihoiil the Ut dn; "f
March, 1687, of which further nollco
will ho given,
For purticuliUB, apply to
0, UKEWEll ti CO., AgcnlH.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1880. lii
DUHING niv ubK'iiee fiom the King,
doin Silt ( . IH.STAUL holds my
tiiiwer of tiltnrm-v lo net for me, nnd
Mil. W. II. IlUDi)Y is authorized lo re
reive moneys and sign ru:iiit foi me.
"Si'iifi WnrUi Leleo, Honolulu. Aug
23, D-80. 17 if
I 'Oil SAL.E,
t "ACME"' I IOY Li: In period older.
1 Applj li (14 Iw) .1. L. M LICAN
St. Louis College
Boarding and Day School
'Ihe Course of Indirection embiaces
all thu luaiiiiic of a good Clnltlnii
and Coiameielal Kdlicatii u. A Spicial
Clnt- hut been loiiiud ihls jenr for ml.
vaneiil "choline. Latin Oieik, French
nnd Qirman nte optional,
Foi Day Scholais, f.Oo, 7fic, 1, 81. CO
'I he liojiding Dcpiiittncnl cnnsl-ts of
t wk distinct ela-e-i of pupils.
Hoard and Tuition, 1st Ola, per
Bo.ud and '('union, Vnd Cla-, per
IiiMrumuuitil Mu-ic, pir month.. -I
Vocal SIum &, Di.iwiug tree if charge.
L'liuidry Epen-e, i ei month.... 2
SIedlc.il iitiuiidiiiicii forms oMrn
ehaige aUo, lepulrs of nil hinds.
Iioults an I hiaiioucry nt curient rates.
P.ijineiH- iiium be made quarterly
(eveiy 'J' mouthy) and in advance.
Evoiy Tioiudui niu-t be piuvldid with
bcl :liillic,a linlliass'efci, lo night
gowm,, s-evt nil bulls of clothing foi Sun.
day mid week duvs', hx. -lihls, six
pocket handkerchiefs, tin eo p.ilrs of
Mocking?, coll. U8 and tics, three pairs
of-lioes till minimi. Alto, toilet article-,
-uch us hair brush, toolh, mill and
shoe blushes, combs, boap and blacking.
Foi nd mi ;ton ns Umiulcia certificates
of (jood in u'nl chiilncter and of b allh
Uiiitoim wil be obligatory for
PniiidciH imi tpend the first Saturday
if i veiy month with ilicir patents or
A quaiieily it.piit ol the built ., eoti
dtut and inipiowmcnl of every blunder
w ill I e -cut to hi- parents or g'liuiiiians.
'I ho be--ion commences this c.ir on
SIO.NDAY, September 1, lfc80.
JKsS For fiuther piuticuhns apply to
i0 Father Sylvester, S.S., C.C.
Ity order of the Trustee- of tho Ifcthel
Uinirili, I vill nil m I'ul lie Auction, at
my Salcsiooiii, hi Honolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '80,
at 1& o'clock, noon,
that cry valuable and ilc-Iinhlc pro-
I city owned by the Hclhcl Church
A-sociution, and known as the
-iluale at the corni'i of Kinr and Bethel
Mre'Ms, Hoi o'.ulu
'the dimensions ol tho whole lot is a
folhw, i.: On King -Iriel (1U.! fcit
(S '7 !()' E) on Bethel stieet, 121.0
leet (b IH ar,' V) adjoining Sailois'
Home, Mt leet (N 17 00 YV) on the
Ewn side, back part, 112.70 feel (N CJ"
20" E) lo thu initial point. The pio
peity is laid out in four magnificent
building Inls, a- follows, viz:
1 Lot facing on King St.,
1 Lot corner Iving & Bethel
2 Lots facing Bethel St.
Idthel stieetis to he widened to CO
feet, ina'-ing this a veiy valuable build,
ingsito lor business ho'iici-.
A plan of thi- piopeily can be teen
niv i lllce.
EST Terms are 4 Oifch, ihe balance
to o piid in equal installments, in I, 2
nnd it yuarr-, sccimd by llr.-t mortgage
upon the premis's -old. and improve
ments hcieiflci placed ihcieoa Intere.-l
nt tin i.ttc ol S pel ceiu ei nunuiii. pay.
able semi.i.niiiiiilly, fieu of lacs Pi in.
eipal and luteie-t pauiblc in U. S. Gold
Deeds nt the expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer.
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886.
Tho Faculty of ihe in- year will be
incieiihid In Ihe addition ol, Mr, O. W.
Suvcrence, A. 1),, who cume-'tn im fiom
lliu Manchester Sihool, ManchcMer, Vt.
Mr Severuicu has iniido a special study,
ol the Ficuch Luiiguage in Ktirone, nnd
will take that biaiich in thu College
work together with Klociilloii and kind,
icd siibjecis The Iloiiidiug Department
will be under tin1 s-atiie nianauemi'iii ns
lari year, and oilers n .pleasant school
home to all who may dc-liu to live at
Those planning to join the school for
the enniliig yeai inn requested to com.
uiiiiiiciilii'at an eatly (Into with the l'i en
den!, uev. v. c. MKurn'ri'.
Punahou Preparatory School,
7!) lleietanin sired, Hoik lulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
Thu Trustees hiivu added a j o ir to tho
foimer eouise, making It to (orrespoud
with lm best Giiincnni school ionises
of the i hies in the Unit'.d Slate. They
tuc happy to aniinuiicu that they have
seemed a corps ol experienced Iiistruc
tors to assist tho Piincipul, consisting of
the following lailius:
' Miss Agne.4 Moonr of (Oakland, Cul.,
takes the Fifth and Sixth Grades.
Miss Ella IJ. Snow of Ware, Mass.,
takes tho Third and Fouith Grades.
MIsh Mary Stuart of Onklnnd, Cal.,
takes tho Primary Grades.
Tho School opens at 0 o'clock MON
DAY, September 1, 1880.
EST For nddltloiuil Information ad.
dress (13 lw) KEY. W. V. MEKltlTT.
Within the Wext SO Days J
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Having dcttrininid to give up tmslnis , 1 hac roncliidid to sill off my ENTIHE
rjTOCK UF GOOLS at n OHEAT SAl MFICE. Now join cl.anro
to scciiro Bargain- In
Trimmed nnd Untrimmed HalB and Bonnots, Feathers,
Plumes, Flowors, Velvets, Ribhons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
Also, choice selection of Corsets, Ladles', Misses' and Children' lfnslery, Under,
wenr of all kinds, and many other goods too numerous to nnnic."
I mean what I say, came and Saa for Yourselves !
tST MPS. E. T. SK1DMOHE, Manager of tho Millinery Dcpaitmcnt, will ho
leaving for San Franchco In a'shoit time, therefore Indies wishing hei to do any
millinery wink, would do well to cnll early.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
New Goodn ly
Just received, ex Lapwing,
Prcpnr.ed by Johann Maria Pari
Gepilcr flem JalicWlatz Colape, Germany.
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street. -
P. 0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Heal Estate Agent,
Employment Agent, '
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Gieal limlington Hailrond Agent
Blacksmith Work : "Sgi Curriag-e Building,
Painting and KZ&fc) Trimming,
79 & 81 lim Street,
XCutraiiees 1xomi Kiiigr and Alci'cliunt Slss.
Every descilption of work in (he above lines pciformcd in a Hi st-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing- a Specialty.
53T Bell Teh phone, 107. -i&So
JOHI ITT, .1 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A9cnt
42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
My most fuithtul ailen'lon will be
giveii for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of tho
7 gcviTiil, Ialnnda of Hi! uron" 'lv
The White House,
IVo. IIS Nuimuu Struct,
Honolulu, II. I,
Private Family Ilolel; Terms Iteason.
abloj First-clnss Accommodations.
HONOLULU, II. I.
A new Invoice of Lanterns. ICeioene fiil of tho very
Hest Quality, Stoves Itaneei nnd Tinware.
JTIKIS-MlOOir SIIINOIIQ i?AINT,
Recommended liy Fne Underwriters of Snn Francisco,
etc , etc. An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Oloe Consignment.
Full lines of Hnidwarc, Agricultural Implements, etc.
XiSvei - y Sioiimcx. D7
a lurgo consignment of
Honolulu, X-X. I.
Custom House Broker,
Mannger Hawaiian Opein Hou-e,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
Old lose Premises,
EST Hell Telephone, 107 -0
A LARGE & ELEGANT'
Stock of" Goods
lieceivui (X Zeiihindia,
WOW R E AD Y
70) Queen & K"rt Street Stores. If
AVELDIOl'S H. Us. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lulialua, Muun
laeu Bay, Mukena, Mnliukonn, Ku
wuihue, Luupahoelioo and Ullo.
Keturiiing, will touch ut all the
ulovo porta, arriving ut Honolulu
each Baturdav uftoruoon,
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