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JBISUOP & Co., BANKERS
Ilounlulii, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exolianga on the
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NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
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toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a (J uncial Bankliig'iBuslncM.
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But established for tho benefit of nil.
THURSDAY. SKIT. 10. .1880.
GIVE US A NEW ELECTION LAW.
Hon. L. Aliolo's speech in the
House, yesterday forenoon, in ftivor
of an improved election law, was
pointed and unequivocal, and no
less sound and bcnsi!)li-. It was a
contribution to the cause of reform,
having .special value coining from
the side of the house Mipposeil to lie
less inclined to measures of that
particular nature. The gentleman
gave utterance to a plain and un
polished truth relative to the abuses
at the last elections. They were,
said he, more corrupt than ever
before. This is a confirmation of
" an oft-reiterated statement, which
has been as often denied by inter
ested parties. The continuation
coming from a member of the party
making the denial, gives it signal
significance. Mr. Aholo did not
think tliat either the Government
side or the Opposition could dis
count one another in the abuses
practised. Intelligent observers
who took no part in the-campaign,
and viewed the strife from an emi
nence outside the contending par
ties, with little or no sympathy for
either, are of opinion that the
balance of crookedness was largely
in favor of the winning Milc, and
that its victory was mainly due to
corrupt practices. At the same
lime, they hold that it is a perver
sion of truth to say the Opposition
were blameless, and had no recourse
to practices 6fa questionable nature.
That there were candidates in the
. opposition or independent party
who used improper means is con
clusively proven. That there were
also candidates in the same party
too honorable to avail themselves of
dishonorable ami illegal expedients
is a fact that no amount of denial
can change into a falsehood. It is
believed that had the Opposition
gone to the same depths of corrup
tion as the party favoring the Gov
ernment, the majority would have
been on the other side of the
Be this as it may, anyone who
knows anything of Hawaiian elec
tions knows that they are subject to
shameful abuses. Period alter
period they have grown worse and
worse, until they have reached a
btage of shameless corruption, the
contemplation of which makes an
honorable man shudder. The bri
bery, the trickery, the debauchery
is something shockingly disgraceful.
The injury done to the Hawaiian
people by the corrupt practices of
the last elections is incalculable.
The demoralization engendered
thereby and then, are apparent now,
seven or eight months aftei the
event, anil will be for many a month
Is there no remedy for fhis evil?
Is it to continue unchecked? Is the
law under which Mich degrading
practices are possible to regulate
the next election? It is to be
hoped not. Everybody is "inter
ested, or should be interested, in
securing the enactment of a law to
make elections as pure as possible.
It is not, or should not be, a party
question. If any ineasuio should
secure unanimity of vote in the
house, surely one of this nature
ought. Thero is no room for two
opinions here. Every patriot, every
honest man, every respectable voter,
every loyal citizen, every law-abiding
resident wants clean voting and
pure elections, and would favor
legislation aiming at this object.
Unprincipled politicians might prefer
the continuance of a lax statute',
which enables them to secure a seat
in the legislative hall by corrupting
the simple and tractable votcra.
But surely Hawaii has not yet
degenerated ko low a to allow her
legislation to be controlled by this
class of persons 1
True, it is Into in tho session to
bring forward a new measure ot so
comprehensive a nature as an elec
tion bill adapted lo the conditions
and requirements of this country
must necessarily he. Hut the im
portance of lite matter, and tho I
urgent need of some butter law for
managing the next election than
regulated the last, aru sulllcient
reasons for introducing und dealing
with the subject even at this late
season. Indeed, there is no more
important or needful business now
before the Assembly, and wo sin
cerely hope the House will give it
the attention its importance de
mands, sinking all partizan pre
judices in- the consideration of a
great public question ot tins nature.
"When a gentleman of Mr. Aliolo's
ability and influence espouses a
cause it is in powerful hands, and
should ho deem it proper to stand
by Mr. Hole's bill its final passage
is almost certain.
It is not to be wondered at that
our contemporaries have come to
loggerheads on the matter of the
wreck of the United States steamship
Saginaw in 1870. The old salts who
were here at the time, and "know
all about it," differ widely in many
of their statements. It is unfair
and ungentlemanly, to say the least
of it, to attempt to throw discredit
and blame on the captain and olll
cers of the Saginaw, unless based
upon the very best authority. It is
not. always safe to listen and believe
all that the old veterans of the sea
have to say of events that happened
lo or '20 years ago.
102X1) DAY. COXTINLIU).
House resumed at 1 :!.
oi:di:i: or 'ini: day.
Consideration of the Appropria
House resolved into committee of
the whole, Noble Cleghorn in the
Kep. Dickey moved to insert
under the head Finance Department,
the item, estate of the late H. P.
Hishop, return taxes, 811.85.
Section 2. . The Minister of Fi
nance shall credit to the appropria
tions of the last biennial fiscal
period all the amount appropriated
by the Act appiovcd on the 28th
day of August, 1881, and remaining
unexpended March "1, 18S0, not
otherwise reappropriated, and such
amount shall be -deemed no longer
available for the objects for which
they were originally appropriated.
Section !!. The Minister of Fi
nance shall continue to pay the
salaries appropriated by this Act,
the compensation of soldiers and
constables, the compensation of
school teachers and the current ex
penses of the Hui can of Education,
the Hoard of Health, the expenses
of the Fire Department, of the
Supreme Court and Circuit Courts,
Survey Department, Insane Asylum,
General Aid to Queen's Hospital,
Government Stocks and the interest
accruing thereon, the support of
prisoners and the expenses of the
leper settlements, until the !50th day
of June, A. D. 1888, unless new
appropriations are made before that
Cep. Brown moved to substitute
:51st day of July for 110th day of
Hep. Kaulukou moved to insert
the aoth day of September.
Hep. Aholo moved to substitute
"lyitil a new Appropriation Bill is
passed" for all the words following
the word ''Act," line second.
Hep. Hayseldcn moved to insert
between "Queen's Hospital" and
"Government Stocks" the words,
"civil list, permanent settlements,
Post Olllce expenses, Custom House,
salaries of physicians, public nurse
ries and squares."
Hep. Brown withdrew his amend
ment. The amendment, 30Ui September,
was, put aiid lost.
Hep. Kaulukou moved to amend
by inserting 111 st of August, Lost.
Kep. Hayselden's amendment was
put, and carried.
The section passed, as amended.
Section 1. The Minister of Fi
nance shall not cause or allow to be
paid from the Treasury any money
for objects not authorized by this
law, nor for any object herein author
ized over and above the amount ap
Hep. Brown moved to insert after
the word "law," the clause, "except
such money as may he drawn under
the provisions of section 0 of chap
ter 'Hi of tho laws of 1881, relating
to Postal Savings Bank,"
Hep. Thurston moved to amend
by adding "And if the provisions of
this section are violated tho Minister
of Financo shall be personally liable
out of his private estate for any
amount so paid in .violation hereof,
unless such payment shall have been
authorized by tho King in Privy
Council in accordance with section
lfi of tho constitution. And any
citizen may institute proceedings on
behalf of tho Government for tho
recoveiy of the same.
Hep. Dickey moved to amend by
adding: Any Minister of Finance
who shall cause or allow to bo paid
out any money contrary to tho pro
vision of this section shall be liable
to a line of not loss than double the
amount of the money so paid out,
upon conviction before any District
or Police Magistrate. Not seconded.
Hep. Thurston's amendment was
put and lost.
The section then passed as
Section 5. No person holding
more than one olllce for which
salaries arc provided shall be author
ized lo draw more than the salary
of the highest grade of olllce held
by him, it the salary of any olllce
held by him shall amount to two
at .'..1 .1. .!!.. ,..
UlUllMlllll UUI1U13UI I11U1U fl'l illllllllll,
and he shall be entitled to no other
or lurther compensation.
Hep. Brown mpved to amend by
adding "No person under the service
of the Government, or subject to
the orders of any Head of Depart
ment, shall receive commissions or
any other compensation on any pur
chase either from the buyer or seller,
upon pain of immediate dismissal.
No person paid a commission in lieu
of salary for any Government ser
vice shall be entitled to receive
more than four thousand dollars in
any oni year." Lost.
Hep. Dickey moved to insert,
"Except in cases when the aggre
gate of the -salaries of such olllces
does not exceed," in place of "if
the salary of any olllces held by
him .Hhatl'aiiiount to." Lost.
Hep. Dickey moved to strike out
section 5. Lost.
The section passed as in the bill.
Section 0. Contracts for con
structing Public Works, furnishing
material, provisions and other sup
plies, under the appropriations of
this Act, shall be awarded only upon
public advertisement for tenders.
Hep. Brown moved to substitute
for "Contracts for constructing Pub
lic Works," the following: All and
cvory contract for constructing or
repairing Public Works, amounting
to over 500. Passed.
Kep. Dickey moved to add the
words "lo be opened in the presence
of thosejinaking such tenders. Lost.
Section passed as amended.
Section 7. This Act shall take
effect and become a law from and
after the date of its approval.
The enacting clause was read and
Kep. Aholo moved the bill be re
arranged to correspond with the
bill ot 18S1. Passed.
The committee rose and tho house
The report of the committee was
House adjourned at -1:20 to 10
oxi: in;xi)in:i) and thiiid day.
TiiuitsiUY, September Kith.
House met at 10 o'clock. Prayer
by the chaplain. Present: Minis
ters Creighton and Dare; Nobles
Dominis, Bishop, Cleghorn, Kaac,
Bush, Kapena, Walker (President),
Martin ; Heps. Hayseldcn, Keau,
Lilikalani, Baker, Brown, Kaulia,
Kaulukou, Kaunamauo, Wight, Na
hale, Nahinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kau
kau, Kichardson, Dickey, Kaai,
Thurston, Paehaole, Kauai, Palo
hau. Minutes read and approved.
Noble Dominis, from the Com
mittee on Revision and Enrollment,
reported the following act signed by
His Majesty the King;
Act to re-enact chapter 34, Session
Laws of 1881, and to amend section
1, 0 and 13 of and relating to street
Rep. Aholo asked further time
for the committee in charge of a
resolution relating to the pay of
olliccrs of the Legislature.
Kep. Castle moved the committee
have two further days.
Kep. Aholo thought it would be
unwise to limit the committee to a
set time, as it was dillicult to get a
meeting of the members.
Kep. Castle's motion carried.
Kep. Hayselden moved that the
committee on accounts be instructed
to report on Saturday. Passed.
The same member moved that the
vacancy on that committee created
by the absence of Kep. Kauhane, be
filled, and suggested Hep. Browp.
Hep. Brown objected, lie had
already too much to attend to as a
member of the Judiciary Committee.
Noble Bush was appointed to fill
Hep. Kauiiainano said the report
of .the Mojokai Committee was
nearly ready, and asked that Kep.
Kauhane's place on the committee
Kep. Kaukati was appointed, ac
cordingly. Kep. Kichardson reported several
Kep. Castle presented the lollow
ing resolution: Whereas, tho re
port of the select committee on
elections made to tho Assembly on
the 10th of September inst. recom
mend that a commission of three
persons be apppiutcd to consider
such altciations and changes in the
present system of election laws as
may bo necessary, and to report to
the Legislative Assembly of 1888,
which recommendation was concur
red hi by all of the members of the
committee, and whoreas, on account
of various other niatters'in said re
port the same was laid on tho table
for future consideration; therefore
resolved ; that a commission of three
persons be appointed to consider
mid revise the present election
system of tho country and report to
tlio Legislative Assomwy ot man
In lnnvpil in odd Hint ihn
onioeiiio mui tiiai. mo
t'Oinniittco (or commission). 1)0 an
pointed jy tho President from among
the members of the Legislative As
Hep. KnulukoU moved tho com
mission bo appointed from among
the nobles, with the Attorney-General,
by the President.
Kep. Castle agreed with the
amendment of tho lion, member for
llilo, in so far as the President was
referred to, but not with the ap
pointment of nobles.
Hep. Dole's amendment passed.
The resolution, as so amended,
Kep. Kalua presented the report
of tho Committee on Public Lands
and Internal Improvements, recom
mending the insertion in the Appro
priation Bill of S-J20 asked for in
Hep. Palohau's resolution yesterday.
Kep. Aholo moved the report be
laid on the table to be considered
with the Appropriation Bill. Passed.
Kep. Castle, by leave, read for the
first time, a bill previously given
notice of, providing for the protec
tion of life and property against ex
plosive substances other than gun
powder, approved May 13, 1808,
as amended by chapter 22 of the
Law of 1878.
Kep. Kaulukou said that the oil
warehouses were overcrowded, and
dealers must have some place of
Noble Cleghorn said the Govern
ment storehouses ought to , have
The bill was referred to Commit
tee on Commerce.
Kep. Castle moved the reports of
the Election Committee, together
with the four bills relating to elec
tions, be placed on the order of the
day following the last special order
now on the list. Carried.
Hep. Kaunamimo moved the bill
relating to the cultivation and manu
facture of taro Hour, with the report
of committee thereon, be placed
next on the special order, under the
electiong bills. Carried.
Third reading of the Pawnbrokers'
Hep. Kichardson moved to amend
the rates of interest, lo be not more i
than ! per cent, per mouth for any
sum under $20, nor more than 2
per cent, for any sum over 820 and
under S100, nor more than 1 per
cent, for any sum over 100.
The bill then passed as amended.
Third reading of the act to amend
section 1, chapter 37, and act
amendatory thereof, relating to
vagrants and idle and disoiderly
Kep, Paehaole moved to strike
out the words, "or without" before
"labor" in the penalty clause.
Kep. Palohau moved the indefinite
postponement of the bill. Lost.
Kep. Wight moved to amend by
inserting, after the words "six
months," "or to bind out such idler
to labor for a term" and all the
words following, in section 1,
chapter 37, amended by this act.
Noble Cleghorn move the bill
pass as amendod, Carried.
House took a recess lo 1:30 i m.
Great Excitement in Wales
about a Marvellous Cure.
Living: Six Years Without
Going; to 15ed.
Mil. 4?ditoii: While spending u few
days at the pleasant seaside town of
Aberystwilh, Oardignnshiie, Wales, 1
heard related what becmed to me either
a fabulous alory or a mui vellous cine.
Thestorv was that a noor sufferer who
had not been able to lie down in bed for
six long yeais, given up lo die by nil the
Doctors, had been speedily cured by
some Patent Medicine. It was i elated
with the more implicit confidence from
the circumstance, as was said, tliat the
Vicar of Llanrybtyd was familiar with
the facts, und could vouch for tho truth
of the report.
Having a little curiosity to know how
such btoiies grow in travailing, I took
tlio liberty while at the village of Llan.
ryi-tyd to call upon the Vicar, the Rev.
T. Evans, and to enquire about this
wonderful cure. 'lUougliu total sunn,
gcr to him, both he and bis wile most
graciously entertaiuid me in a half
hour'Bconversntion, principally touohiug
the ease of Mr. Puch. in which they
seemed to taku a deep uud sympathetic
interest, having been familiar with his
Bulk-rings, und now rejoiced in what
seemed to them u must leinnikuble cute.
The Vicar remarked that ho presumed
his name hud been connected with the
report fiom his having mentioned the
case to Mr. John Thomas, a chemist of
Llunon. Ho said Mr. Pugli was former,
ly it leiddcntof their piulsh, but was now
living in the parUli of Llauddeinol.
He strongly vouched Mr. Win. Fugh's
clmrnctvr us a respectable fainter and
worthy of credit, I left the venerable
Vicar with a livelier tense of ti u happy
relation of a pastor and people, feeling
that hu was one who truly t-yiiqmlhhurt
w ilh all who aie alllicted iu mind, body,
On my leturn lo Abeistwlth, 1 was
impressed Willi a detlic lo see Mr. Pnuli,
whose reputation blood so high. His
fat in is calledl'tnieoiu-Mawr, .signifying
"above the dingle," situated near the
summit of a smooth louud hill, over,
looking a beautiful valley iu which is
situated tlio lovely ivyiuautled Chinch
of Llanddclnol. I louud Mr. Pugli,
apparently about 40 yearn old, of mi ilium
height, ruilier blight, with a pleiuanl and
intelligent face, t told him 1 h.ul heard
ol his greul ulllielioii and of his lemark.
able ayd almobt miraculous iclhf, and
that 1 hud comu to learn f i oui his own
lips, what there was of truth In the ic.
Mr. Pugli icniarkcd Unit his neigh,
bins hud taken a kindly und smp
uthctiti Interest iu his case fur many
years, hut of latu ther interest had beqi
greatly awakened by a happy change iu
his condition. What you report an hav.
lug hcurd abroad, said he, is substaut.
lufly true, w 1th one exception. I nov r
understood thut my case was ever given
up as hopeless by tuiy Physician. I
huvo been treated by several Doctors
hereabouts, as good us any lu Wales, but
uniortuuaiciy no prescription oi ineiis
over brought the desired relief.
pm, ,,., , n,, B.i,i r itnt. im.
- cn,0 conscious ofa bour ami denumed
stomach and loss of appetite, which thu
Doctors laid me was Dyspepsia. Whnt
lood I could liuld in my stomach seem,
cd to do me no good and was often
tin own up with painful retchings. This
was followed after n limn with u' hoarse
ness and a raw soreness of the tin oat
whirli tlio Doctors called bronchitis,
and I was treated for thai, lint with
little success. Then cumo tlioiltiosx of
hreutli and n sense of suHbeallon, epc.
dally night, Willi dummy sweat, ami I
Mould have u get out of bed and some,
times open a door or window in winter
weather to till my lungs with the cold
About six ,euti ago I became, to bad
dial 1 could not sleep In lied, but hud lo
lake my untpiicl rest and dicutny sleep
sitting in an armchair. My allliction
seemed lo lie winking downward Into
my bowels as well as ttpwuids into my
lung and tliroai. In iho'Vlnlent cough,
ing -paMtis which grew tnoie frequent,
my abdomen would expand and collapse,
nnd at times it would .eem tliat 1 should
suffocate. All this lilac 1 was reduced
in stictiglh so Unit I could perform no
hard labor and my sphlts wer conse.
quenlly much depicted.
I1, uly lu this last spring L had a still
more severe spa'-uindin aitack, nml my
iimuiy mm ncignunrs ueciimu alarmed,
believing that certainly I would not sur
vive, when a neighbor, who had some
knowledge, or Imd lienid of the iiu-db
cine, sent' lo Aberystwilh by the driver
of t lie Umni bus l'ost, some, seven miles
distant, and fetched a bottle of Mother
Solgcl's Curative Syrup.
Tills uiLdiciue tliey i.dmjmstercc Jo
nil! aceoidiug lo the dhectit u, when to
their Miipnsc and delight mi less than
my own, the s-pasm ceasid. 1 bceuiuu at
eiihe, and my stomach was calmed. M
bowels wcio moved as by a genlle
cnlhaitic, and 1 fell a scute of quiet
comfoil all through such as I had not
befoK! realized iu many years. 1 could
walk mound the house, and breathe
couiloilably iu a few hours after 1 had
taken the medicine, have continued
to take the medicine daily now loi
something over two months', and I can
lie down and sleep sweetly at nighls
and hau not since had a rccuriei.ee of
those terrible bpusins und sweatings. I
have been so lon btoken down mid re.
ditced in my whole system that I have
not tried lo peifoim imv verv haul out
door lulor, deeming it best to be pru
dent lest by over-e.erlion I may do my.
self injiiiy before my strength is fully
restoied. I feel that my stomach and
bowels have been uud arc helm: thor
oughly renovated and renewed by the
medicine. In fact I feci like a new
1 have been much congratulated by
my neiplihois, especially by the good
Vicar of Llanrystyil, who uith hiss.wn.
pathetic wile have come three miles lo
tiled tears of joy on my recovery.
1 b-ulc Mr. Pugli good-bye, happy that
even one at leat among thousands had
found a remedy for an aggiavating dis.
Helieving this remaikublu case of
Dyspeptic AMliinu should be known to
tin! public, I beg to submit the above
fads as lliey aie telated to inc.
aomtwlyj F. T. W.
Cm2tIi.VJr3 COUItT of the Hn-
O wuiiiin Islands. In the mailer of
the Bankiuplcv of QUOXG YUEN and
YOK1C KEE.' Before Chief Justice
(Joung Yuen and Yoik Kee, doing
business in Honolulu, island of Oahu,
ha Ing this diij been adjudicated bank
rupt on the petition of M. S.Grinbaum &
Co, it is oidered Unit all creditors of
said bankrupt come iu und prove their
claims befoie me, at my Chambers, in
On Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1886,
at 10 o'clock am.
Ii is fin liter ordered that, upon
mid day, Hit, creditors do pioceed to
hold the KLEOTION of an assignee or
assignees ol said b.inktupt ettate, and
that notice heieol' be published in tlio
Daily Bui.lkii.v four limes previous to
a.'iid diiv. viz: Sept. 10, 17, 1H und 20th.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. If), lb SO
A. K. .JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Alien: J. II. Rr.ib-r,
'Jud Deputy Clerk. !)3 4t
A SMALL COTTAGE. Neatly fur
nished; Centrally located. For
paiticulars apply to this OlUee, 32 lw
BLACK MAKE, perfectly sound and
gentle; good in saddle and har
ness. Also New Uruka and tlnrnc-s.
Apply to MIL CHWSTLEY.Fort Siret,
or at Lucas1 Mill. H2 lw
A GOOD Saddle Horse, nlso works to
Hat nets. Apply lo 42 Queen St.
MEETING of ihe Stockholder of
the E'ist Muul Sumir Plantation
Company will bu held ut tlm olllce of
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co., at 10 o'clock
Friday morning, September 17th.
Per order. G. BOARD MAN,
32 2t secretary.
SUM OF MONEY. Ownur rim
have sume bv irlvliiir desei lotion
and paying cot ol ivertlslng.
L A. SCOTT,
Iutcriifttlmiul Tract Soc'y,
31-31 Pirt Street.
GIN SOY and Diu.k Hop Will having
sold Hulaii lllce Plantation, luuiai,
to Gin Hung Wa. and Tom Yi.u, they
will not bu held rekpuusihlu lor any of
thu plantation debts contiucled after
September 18th. 30
j HO 1(10
Ilaw'n Cairiage Munf'g Co,
O. Blower & (!o
Walluku Sugar Co,,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
Intcr.Island S. N. Co., 103
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
ROOMS TO LET.
2MOUKOOMS to let, Biiiiauie lor a
ludv or gentleman. Apply ut No. 4
Assignee's Sale !
Dv order of W. O. I'AHKE, Assignee
of tho estate of .1. l' McLaughlin, a
haukrupt. I will sell at Public Auction,
at tho residence of ald .1. W. McLnugh
tin, on Punchbowl street, on
Thursday, September 23, 1886
At 10 o'clock n. m ,
The whole of his Household Kutniluio
nud ell'eets, consisting or
Steel Engravings, Wat or Colors,
Turkish Itugs, evtl Kugs, 15 W
Side Hoard, KMentlon DinlngTabie
3 B. W. Bedroom Sols Complete
1 1'lne Uedroom Set Complete, 1 Ash
Bedstead, 1 11 W iledstcad, 1 fine
Uedstead, 1 Child's Hed ami 2 Cribs
1 Fancy Plush Table,
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware
Lnmps, Mattresses, Mosquito Nels,
Chamber Sets, Cornices and Cur
talus Wurdiobe , Veiaiidn Lounge,
Aud Cooking Utensils, Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVJEY,
!13 Ot Auctioneer
ASSIGNEES SALE !
The undersigned will sell at public
auction, by oulir ol W. O. Parke, As
signee of .i f. Mclaughlin, u ban.
krup', at the nuctitm rooms of the under,
signed in llonolu it, on
Saturday, September 25, 1885
At 12 oMock, noon, tho
as per s-chedule, together with the build
inSs biluatctlieieou and the lease of said
lot. The lease is Jot- tin ycins from the
1st day of Febn.ury, lbHO, and subject
to a monthly rent of $33.:)U, payable in
advanc , un'd the rent is paid up to Sep
tember aO, 188M, mid all the buildings
cm be lemoved at the expiration of tnid
Then- i- a paid up 1NSUKANCE pol
icy on the i ropcriv lo the 24th day of
Oct. b i, 1880, for $4,C30.
The Lnumliy is in good working or
dc , ami can le examined at any lime
piinrtothc sale. An Inventory can be
seen at the Auction Hoom.
TKItMS CASH. Deeds at expense of
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
3!) 8t Auctioneers.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Ainkca Streets.
Open every Day uud livening-.
The Library consists at the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Heading Room is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
und periodic is.
A I'arlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
month, payable quarterly in advance.
No formality required iu 'joining except
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from the other i-lauds arc wel
come, to the rooin at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except the, dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become legulur contributors.
S. . DOLE, President,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
J I. A. PAUMKLKE. Secretary,
A. L.SMITH. Treasurer,
O. T. KODGEHS, M.D.,
Chairman Hull and Library Committee.
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNKR OF FORT AND
School streets, belonging to Mr.
M. Loulssoti. Enquire, nt the ofllce of
M. S.GRINBAUM & CO.,
28 lin Queen Streets.
Special and Atlraotivo Salo of
On Saturday, September 18th
At 10 a. in., 1 will oll'et at Public Atic
lion, corner of llcretanla and I'umhlmwl
streets, the wlioln of my ltoiiicholil Fur
nlluro, consisting in part ot
Two Elegant U. V. Murblo Top
2 Imitation 11 W DkIukiim m-i.x,
Very JInii(Tsoino II V Sideboard,
Vcrv F'inc U right Piano,
H W Hed Lounge,
13 W Extension Taiilu, 2 W Patent
Cane Scat Hookers, .Mlinu,
Handsome Hevolvlug Hook Siiu.d,
Music Stand, n
Complete Sot of Gut Glassware
2 Handsome Dinner Sets Several
Pieces Fine Majolica Ware, Silver
Plated wuif, B. W. Dining Room
Chairs, Variety of Ornaments and
Pictures, Bed and Tabic Lln:n,
LARGE NEW COOKING STOVE
Fitted Willi Hot Water Boiler; Gar
den Seats and Flower Pots, Hubher
CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS, ETC.
This Furniture is all in good order,
and comparatively new. Thu house will
bo open for in p'ection the day before
tlio sale, Friday, Sept. l?ih, from 10 n. in.
to 4 p.m.
W TtHMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
32 3t J. LYONS, Aiiot'r.
By order of Ihe Trusiecs of the Bethel
Church, 1 uill sell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, in'llonolulu, on
SATURDAY, Sept. 25, '8G,
ut 12 o'clock, noon,
that very valuable nnd desirable pro-
peity owned by tho Bethel Church
Association, nnd known us the
Bethel Church Lot
situate nt the corner of King and Uetliel
The dimensions of tho whole lot is as
follow viz: On Ring street Gil.r, feet
(S 27 40' E) on Bethel street, 124.0
leei (& us'-' a,y v) ndloininir Sailors'
Home, 57 fi feet (N1700"W) on Ihe
Ewa side, back part, 112.75 feet (N 03
20" E) to tin; initial point; The pro
perty is laid out in four magnificent
building lots, as follows, viz:
No. 1. 1 Lot facing King Sheet.
No 2. 1 Lot comer King and Bethel
No. 3. Lot facing Bethel Street.
No. 4 1 " "
The dimensions of each lot respective,
ly are as follow, viz :
Lot No. 1.-58x33 ft ; area 1915 square
Lot No. 2 11(1.5 ft. facing King Street,
with a dspth of 58.0 ft.; facing Bethel
Street 5S 2 ft., with a depth 30.3 ft. : area
10 10 sq.ft.
Lot No. 3 Facing Belhol Street 30.1
ft., with a depth of G3.I) ft. on the sides ad.
joining Lois No. 1 and 2. Bear part 30.0
ft., witli a depth C0.2 ft.; area 1800 sq. ft.
Lot. No. 4. FuciiiL' Bethel Sirret H!.7
ft. witli u deptli on side adjoining Lot
No. 3, 02.2 ft.; lear pan 24 75 ft, with
depth 57.5 ft.r.area 178U sq ft.
Bethel street is to be. widened to CO
feet, making this n very valuable build,
ing site for uusiness houses.
A plan of this piopeity can be seen at
S3T Terms are i C.ish, the balanco
to bo paid in equal installments, in 1, 2
and 3 yearc, secured by first mortgage
upon tlio premises sold, and improve
ments hereafter placed thereon. Interest
nt the rato of S per cent, per annum, pay.
able Bcmi-Kiimuilly, fiee of tuxes. Prin.
cipal and interest payable in U. S. Gold
Deeds nt tho cxpenso of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer-
Will bo open every afternoon und even. -
ing ns follows:
Holiday, TucHctuy, Wednesday aud
To the public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For hidicp, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday nnd Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WAJ.L, Manager. "
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald'
Fifty Cents a Month.
28J DANIKL LOCMN.-Proiulclor. ly
jjgJV IIoupc nnd Lot on" thu Pauoa
cgSjSgS Valley Road, near the now
"' ir'TW Punchbowl Stieet Bridge.
House contaiiiB 5 roonif, Bathroom,
Kitchen and Pantry, Ouihoiue consist
ing of Slablo, Carriuge IIouso nnd Hur.
ness room. The grounds are planted
with choice trees. To bo bold for $1,700
cosh. Apply to
J M. MONSARRAT,
lfi tf No, 27 Merchant Htreet
The Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal.
mid a general assortment of
4ifi Bar Iron. iy
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