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"-BISHOP ft (Jo.. UATfKEKB
fii;! Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.
Draw ETchanpn on Ihn
Banlt oJ C'iiH ((MMiiti, H. 1
And llicir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Holhschlld V Son, Loudon
Tho Commercial Uank Co., of bydney,
The Commercial llntik Co., of Sydney,
Tho B.iuk of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchiirch, and Wellington,
Tho Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torln, U. 0., anil Portland, Or.
Transact u Ucncnil UimklngKBustucs'!.
fledged to neither Sect nor 1'artj.
But established for tbo benefit of all.
FRIDAY. SKIT. J7. 1830.
The not of Police ollleur I'unahiwu
ou Wednesday last, in slopping a
runaway horse on l'ort shoot has
been llttingly recognized ly his
superior ollleer. It is slated on ;ood
authority tliat his pay has been
raised So a month by the Marshal.
Puauluwa is deserving of some re
cognition, and probably an increase
of pay is the most appropriate man
ner in which it could have been
done. Tho reward, however, coming
from the Marshal in the shape it
docs, would tend to show that the
pay of policemen can be regulated
by the Marshal, and not left to the
Legislature. This is as it should be.
It is hoped that l'uaahiwa's example
will bo followed by his biother of
ficers, when opportunity affords, and
also that Marshal Kaulukou will
again exercise his prerogative in re
warding a brave and courageous
act, as he has doue in l'uaahiwa's
103iti) day. co.vnxii::
A quorum was obtained at 1 :50.
Consideration of an act to amend
section 191 of the Civil Code, relat
ing to the Government water supply.
l?ep. Thuroton moved an amend
ment to the effect that the Superin
tendent of Water Works publish
notices in the newspapers.
Minister Dare objected to this
course as too expensive.
Rep. Thurston said it would cost
about Sl.iiO, twice a year. '
Rep. IJaysolden moved an amend
ment to the amendment, "Hawaiian
and English papers."
Rep. Thornton accepted the
Rep. Thurston offered an amend
ment to section 1, to take the place
of all the words following "water
works," which would include his
Minister Dare offered a substitute
for the whole bill.
Rep. Kaulukou rose to a point of
order. The Attorney-General's
substitute could not be' introduced
while amendments to another bill
The point was sustained by the
Noble Bishop said an amendment
which he proposed to offer on Tues
day, was included in tho amendment
of the honorable member for Molo
kai, and he would not press it unless
the latter was defeated.
Minister Dare appealed from the
ruling of the chair. His MilMiluto
was almost precisely the bume as
Koble Bishop's amendment, which
was part of the amendment of the
lion, member for Molok.u, and the
latter had been rided in order.
Rep. Brown said tho appeal could
not be disposed of while tho amend
ments wee pe iding.
The President sustained (he point.
Minister CreigJiton said if the
lion. Noble Bishop's amendment was
in order, so was the Attorney-General's
substitute, for they were
The President said if the Attorney-General's
substitute were in the
form of an amendment to the- bill
before the houso, it would be in
Minister Dare said he was offer
ing a substitute lor section 1, and
when a substitute was offered for
several amendments, it was parlia
mentary. Rep. Brown said the difference
was that the lion. Noble offered an
amendment, while the Attorney
General offered a substitute for the
Mujister Daro said that when the
bill was hist considered the amend
ments offered ly Noble Bishop and
Rep. Thurston were both pendiwr.
The chair had allowed Rep. Thurs
ton's amendment to bo considered,
but ignored the one offered by Noble
Bishop. Ho desired to see business
done in a parliaineutaiy manner.
He withdrew his appeal.
Rep. Thurston's amendment was
put and carried.
Tho section, as amended, reads:
Section 1. Section 101 of the
Civil Code is hereby amended to
read as follows :
Section 191. Tho Minister of the
Interior shall have the general charge
of the pipes or conduits of water to
supply the cily and harbor of llpno-
lulu and other places within the
Kingdom. He may from time to
time regulate, (he rates to bo paid
for water, and whenever such rates
shall be changed notice thereof shall
be duly advertised not less than
onco a week for at least four weeks
in the Hawaiian and English lan
guages in two or more newspapers
published in Honolulu.
Applications for a permanent sup
ply of water from any Government
system or source of supply shall be"
in writing, signed by the applicant.
Such application shall be upon a
printed form, lo be supplied by the
Minister of Ihe Interior lo the Super
intendent of Water Works, and
shall contain a statement of the
terms and conditions upon which
waler may be used. If permission
shall be granted, the applicant shall
bo furnished with a duplicate of the
form of application. Water rates
shall be payable half yearly in ad
vance, on the (list day of January
and the llrst day of July each year,
at the olllce of the water works.
The Superintendent of Water
Woiks shall, at least two days be
fore such waler rales shall be pay
able, notify all persons then holding
water privileges as aforesaid, by
advertisement in some newspaper
published in the Knglish and Ha
waiian languages, that such rates
are pavable on the first day of
January or July, as tho case may be,
next following such notice.
If such rule shall remain unpaid
for fifteen days after it is due, 10
percent in addition to the regular
rate shall be chaiged to and be
come due by tho person holding
such privilege, and the Superintend
ent may forthwith, without notice,
shut off the water from such privi
lege, charging the expense for so
doing to the person holding such
Rep. Castle moved the suction
pass as amended. Canied.
Section '. The Minister of the
Interior shall, within two months
after the passage of this Act, send'
or deliver to each rate payer having
a water supply at the time from the
Government, the duplicate from of
application provided in section 1.
He may from time lo time make
such further rules and lobulations
for the Government water supply
system, and revise the same, as shall
bo nccessaiy, not in any case to
conflict with the piovisions of this
Sue, ion ". All laws and parts of
laws conflicting with (he provisions
of this Act me hereby repealed.
Rep. Castle moved to add, "and
this act shall lake effect from and
after the dale of its passage. Car
ried. Sect'on passed as amended, afier
which the bill passed to engross
ment, to be read a thiid lime on
Second reading of a bill to
regulele the currency of the Ha
waiian Kingdom, and the rcpoit of
the committee thereon.
Rep. Hayscldeu moved the bill
be considered section by section.
Section 1 .
l'he gold coins of the
of America are the
legal tender at their
in the payment of all
debts public and pr
vale within the
Section 2. The silver coins of
the Hawaiian Kingdom are legal
tender at their nominal value for
any amount not exceeding ten
dollais in anyone payment.
Rep. Thurston moved to amend
by inseiiing after "Hawaiian King
dom", the woids "and the United
States of America". There was no
reason why American silver coin
should not be legal lender here, as
it had formerly been. If they run
shoit of Hawaiian coin, they would
bo obliged lo coin again, and a
capitalist would coin a heavy pre
Mculagc out of it.
Noble Cleghoin moved the section
pass as in the bill. It had been
d'nged into our ears for a long lime
that there was loo much silver in
ch dilation already. If the honor
able member's ammendmeut passes
every passenger coming here from
the United Slates will bring at least
-S10 of American silvei. There is
enough Hawaiian silver in ciicnla
tion to answer all reasonable
demands for many years. There
might hare been some mistake in
getting the first lot of silver coin,
but it would not occur the second
Noble Bishop said that if they
were not going to have another
Legislative Assembly for ten years
there would be gome ground for Mr.
Thurston' fears. Every one who
knew anything about coinage was
aware that there is a surperabun
Rep. Dole asked the honorable
Noble if ho would take United States
silver at his bank at its face value.
Noble Bishop thought it would be
quite safe lo do so, less the cost of
freight on it, to San Francisco.
Rep. Dole moved to substitute
"five" for "ten" dollars. Lost.
Rep, Nahalo moved to insert
"fifteen" instenl of "ten." Lost.
Rep, Kaulukou moved to insert
Tho samo member moved to in
sert "twenty-live." Lost.
Rep, Dickoy moved Ihe previous
Section passed as in the bill,
Section !J. All gold and silver
coins other than those mentioned in
Sections one and two of liis Act
shall bo received In tho Treasury at
a rato not exceeding their bullion
value for Government dues, duties
Noble Bishop said this section
was not considered by the commit
tee as being of much importance,
and as it was tho only section lo
which he had heard serious objec
tions, lie moved it bo struck out.
The section was struck out.
Occlion -1. All outstanding silver
certificates, excepting the ten dollars
and the twenty dollar certificates, i
shall be redeemed at their nominal
value in United States gold coin,
and all ocrlilleulos so redeemed i
shall bo withdiawn and cancelled by i
the Rcgistiar of Public Accounts. '
Noble Bishop said the llrst rccom- I
mendalion of the committee witli re
gard to this section was to strike I
out the words "and the twenty
the words were stricken out.
Rep. Dole moved the section pass
Minister Creighlon offeied the
following amendment to be insetted
at the end of the section: ''Pro
vided, that it shall be lawful for the
Minister of Finance to issue or
cause, to be issued from the Treas
ury, from time to time, certificates
of deposit of the denomination of
ton, twenty, fifty and one hundred
dollais lespectively, such issue of
certificates aforesaid not lo exceed
the amount of lawful coin at special
deposit in the Treasury for their re
demption." His Excellency said
his reason for moving this was for
the convenience of Made. It was
necessary to keep at least the pre
sent amount of certificates in circu
lation. There were now about
$112(1,000 certificates in circulation,
against which there was a reserve of
silver in the Treasury of the same
amount. If the existing law were
lo remain in force, which provided
for a redumpiou and cancellation
of certificates and no re-issue, the
certificates would all soon be can
celled and this silver reserve woud
be put in circulation. The amend
ment did not pi event Ihe redemp
tion of certificates in gold coin, but
it would enable the Minister of Fi
naude to cancel old and worn out
certificates and issue new one in lieu
thereof. This would not increase
the amount of certificates in circula
tion, but would maintain the circu
lation at about its piesent amount.
Besides there was this advantage
that we have in the Treasury blank
certificates for over 8S00,000, which
could be used for the re-issue con
templated by the amendment, and
which would be a saving to the
The discussion of the amendment
was canied on at some length by
Messrs. Dole, Thurston and Rich
ardson, who held that the amend
ment did not piovidc sufficient secu
rity or guarantee that the coin re
serve would be used for the redemp
tion of the certificates, and for no
Minister Cieighton said that the
amendment in express terms pro
vided that the coin rose, fe should
be retained in the treasuiy for the
redemption of the certificates.
Noble Bishop said le did not
quite understand the amendment,
but alter some explanation he
thought that the object might be
obtained by adding to tlie proviso
the following words from section o,
Mr. Crei"hton having stated that it
was his intention upon the adoption
of the amendment to move that sec
tion ii be stricken out: 'Ulio cer
tificates herein provided for shall be
signed by the Minister of Finance
and countersigned by the Registrar
of Public Accounts, and the money
so received shall be used only for
the payment am) redemption of such
certificates, and shall be kept as a
special deposit for such purpose and
Minister Creighton said that he
accepted the amendment. The pur
pose and intention was simply to
provide a circulating medium which
would be convenient for trade and
at the same time to guarantee the
redemption of the certificates in
United States gold coin.
Rep. Ilayselden 6uid that Mr.
Dole was misrepresenting the Min
ister's amendment, as the amend
ment offered by Noble Bishop had
been accepted by the Minister, and
being the last part of section 5 of
the bill, it did absolutely provide
for the payment and redemption in
gold of all certificates issued, and
for the retaining in the treasury at
all times of the money required, for
House adjourned at -1:35 to 10
O.S'i: IIUM)l(Kl) AND I'OU It'll 1 DAY.
Friday, Sept. 17th.
House met at 10 a. si., opened
with prayer. Present: Minister
Dare; Nobles Clcghorn, Wilder,
Walker (President), Martin, S.
Parker; Reps. Lilikalani, Baker,
Kauhi, Browji, Kaulia, Kaulukou,
1'aliia, Kaiinamano, Wight, JCnliule,
Niihinu, Kattia, Aholn, Kaukau,
Richardson, Castle, Dickoy, Kaai,
Paeliaolo, Kauai and Paloliuu.
Minutes road by the Secretary
and Interpreter, and npproved.
Rep. Dole read the report of tho
special committee on the bill relat
ing to the license of brewing malt
liquors in Honolulu and vicinity.
Tho committee report a substitute
bill which they recommend to the
favorable consideration of Ihe As
sembly. Section 1. The Minister of In
terior is licteby authorized to issue
a license for the brewing of malt
liquors in the district of Honolulu,
fpr a term of years; provided, how
ever, that no' sales pf such malt
liquors shall bo made by tho owner
of tho license in less quantity than
live gallons in bulk, or if ju bottles,
no! less lltnn two dozen quart bottlcg
or four dozen pint bottles.
Section 2. Tho owner of tho
license shall upon tho receipt thereof
pay to the Minister of Interior one
hundred and fifty dollars, and shall
pay a special tax of five cents a
dollar for all malt liquors made and
sold by him.
Section 3. The Minister of Fi
nance is hereby authorized to remit
import duties upon such articles
used for the purpose of brewing
malt liquors: as may be admitted
free of impoit duties without con
llicting with existing treaties.
Section 4. The owner of the license
shall keep correct accounts of all
malt liquors made by him, which
accounts shall at all times during
business hours, be open to the in
spection of the Minislor of Interior,
and shall make at the end ol each
quarter to the Minister of Interior
a sworn report of the quantity of
malt liquor sold by him during such
quarter, and shall thereupon pay
the special tax provided by .section
2, on account of the liquors sold
during such quarter.
Section 5. Any person licensed
to brew mult liquors under this Act
who shall distill alcholie liquors of
any kind, or who shall, in the manu
facture of mult liquors niuko use of
any deleterious or poisonous driu;
or substance, or who shall manu
facture, or offer for sale malt
liquors of an alcoholic strength
above percent, shall upon con
viction before the Police Justice of
said District of Honolulu, forfeit his
license, and be punished by a fine
not exceeding one thousand dollars
or by imprisonment at hard labor
for a term not exceeding one year.'
Section C. Any license granted
Under this Act shall become void
unless the owner thereof shall be
ready to begin the manufacture of
malt liquors, and begin "such nmnu
faclnic williin one year fioni the
dale of such license.
Section 7. Tho legal representa
tive or icpiosenltilivos of the pel son
to whom the license is issued shall
bo Hie owner Oi' owneis theieof, and
entitled to all the privileges and be
subject to all the disabilities of this
Ac: piovided that no owner of
such license shall voluntarily soil or
transfer the same wilhout the written
consent of the Minister of Interior.
The report no being accompanied
with a Hawaiian version, was laid
on the table unt'l t'anslated.
House look up the order of the
day, the cuirency bill.
Noble Bishop s:"'d this was a very
impoiiant act, and should not be
rushed tlnough without due corM
deiation. There aie wrong impas
sions, abioad lespecting this b'1',
and it ought to be disposed of w th
caro. He thought it ought to be
referred, and moved sections -1 and
5 bo lefened to a special committee,
and suggested that the Minister of
Foreign Affaiis, having offeied an
impoiiant amendment, should be a
member of the committee. By
doing so, we will more read'ly come
to a goo'd understanding of the
Minister Creighlon thought the
reference lo a committee woild be
the proper thing to do.
The motion carried, and a com
mittee consisting of Noble Bishop,
Minister Creighton, Reps. Castle,
Dole and Anolo, was appointed by
Rep. Castle moved the considera
tion of the electric lights bills and
the report of the committee thereon.
Rep. Brown moved that all the
electric light bills together with the
report of the oorr.milleo, be indefi
nitely postponed. Their is alieady
a contract for lighting the city of
Honolulu, and S 15,000 has been ap
propriated for that purpose, for the
next two years. Electric lighting is
in its infancy, hnpiovenieiils are
being patented month in and month
out, in the United States, lie be
lieved the cily of New York is now
using the th'rd or fourth system,
since It llrst started. 1 he bill sub
mitted by the committee contem
plates 8:1 lamps of 2,000 candle
power each, at a cost of 822,.')00;
and if 160 lamps are used, the cost
will be in the neigborhood of 8-10,-000
a year. If we are to have
electric 1'ghts, the Government
should take charge of thu service.
JIp was informed that the cost of a
machine of 105 arc lights of 2,000
candle power can bo .put down in
Hononlulu, ready lo put up for S3ft,
000. Tho machine, if run by water
power, wotifd cost, for running ex
penses, 87,(100 a year, and if by
steam power, 810,000. At Unit
rate, the government could light
the streets at a much less cost than
they can have it done by a private
individual. An engi.ieer had sub
milled to the Lyllleton, Now
Zealand, town "council, an estimate
that a No, 1 dynamo, capable of
woilung spvep pr eight lumps of
.1,000 candle power, with the neces,
stiry lamps and wires would cost,
erected, 81,0(10, and that the cost
of maintenance nud curbon
would be about 82(50 per
annum, A 10-liorse power engine
would be required, celling
81,000, beside a pump, 82,000;
house, etc., $-1-10 total, 8l,o(i0.
The aggregate of theso figures, for
dynamo, machinery and flx-iirei.
was 0,620. The electric light
would bo a fine thing for Honolulu
to have, but wo have not got the
money to provide it, at present,
Rep. Kaunamo said there seemed
to be a great many bills and amend
ments, together witli tho com
initteo's report, and it was dilllciilt
to understand the business. As the
committee had recommended the
tabling of one bill, he would move
the other bo Inken up, and con
sidered section by section.
Motion to indefinitely postpone was
put and lost.
Motion to consider section by sec
House took a recess till 1 :!30 r. m.
&&'$&? A SI'KCIAJj MBETIN'Q
&V?' "f Hiiwulltin I.odue, Nii.81,
'4fri-. 1 t: A M, will bo hold
y&$ this U-'lUDAY) eveolmr.nt
7:10 o'eiuok 'Jhltd Device
llrclhieii cmdhdlv lavllcd.
iH II WM.JOllNSON, Scc'y.
OX TIIUIidDAY, Sept. Hlih.ii mouse,
coloicil mine, with Mtddlii and
bridle; biandrd N within a tqmuu;
white star on forehead. Owner can have
same by picviiijj proi.ertv "ml imvltig
costs. Apply lo .1. U WIU'IE, "
llbf 10 Kukul St., or Itell Tower.
nnriK ICK OHEAM PARLOUS form.
X i"-)y occupied by Mellrr it Ilnllic
lmvo bten lc-opcned by the undersigned,
1'iivatt! looms have been fitted up. Hit
quality of Ice Uiciiin and Candle.-".
K. J. MELL13U.
Mutual Telephone No. U37. ill lw
ASPKOIAL MKIOTINO ot ihu A
.Miiilalion i called by thu Diicc
lory tor the piupoM) of lunher consider,
alion of thu Buiijcrt ol disb.itidinoi't, at
the V. M. C.A. Hull, MONDAY EVKN.
1NO, Bopl. i0, 18(i. at 7::tO p. m
IHilt .). 11. OASTLE, Sec'y.
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Qaeen Street Store.
Ily oidei of W. I Piuke, Assignee of
tlic'o.Malc of .1. K. MuLtiiighlin, a Kin.
krupt, we will s-fll in Public Auction at
our Salesroom, (Jiueii Street,
On Tuesday, Sept. 21, 1886,
At V-i o'clock, noon,
1 Valuable Carriage Horse,
1 Low Phaeton,
2 Sets Suggy Harness,
The lloive K u in good condition mid
is a iiocil 'I r.ivclei. The Horn- will be
soIdsepaiHtoly TKHMS CASH.
13. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Ill !Jt Auctioneers-
The undurMjmed will sell ni public
miction, by oitltr of Y. O. Parke, As
signee of j. v McLaughlin, a ban.
krup", at the auction loomsof thuuuder.
tigni'd in Honolulu, on
Saturday, September 25, 1885
At 12 o'clock, noon, the
sif per schedule, together with Iho build
inSs riluult-thi'icou and the leiu-oof said
lot The leusu is for ifii ynus from the
lbt day of Febiuaiy, ISaii, and subject
to it monthly lent of $C!1 !lji, payable in
udviino , mid the rent is paid up to Sep.
lumber '..0, 188l, and all ihe buildings
can be icliioved at Ihe expiration of taid
Thcie is a paid up INSURANCE pol
icy on tho property to the 2-llh day of
October, 1830, for $1,( 10.
The Laundry is in good working or
de , nud euu Co examined at any time
piinr to iho sale An b ventory can bo
seen at thu Auction Kooiu.
TKUMS OASH. Deeds at expense of
P u re h use r.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
88 8t Auctioneers-
SUi'JtKMH COU12T of tho Ha
Wtliiiltl lulntlili. In 1 lid nuillor nf
the ltuukruptcy of QUONG YUEN and
YOHK KEE. Befoie Chief Justice
Qoung Yuen and Yoik Kce, doing
businehK in Honolulu, Iblnud of OnJ(ii,
having this duy-hcen adjudicated bank
nipt ou the petition of M,S.Grlubaum &
Co.. it m nrdeied that ail creditors' of
paid bankrupt come in and prove their
claims before mo, at my Chamber;, In
On TueBday, Copt. 21, 1886,
lit 10 O'clock AM.
It ii further ordered iliut, upon
mid day, tho crcilllojs do proceed to
hold the ELECTION of an nsblgnee or
assignee of said bankrupt cMate, and
that notice hcieof lie published in tho
imii.v nui.i.i'.'iis tour limes previous to
.said day. vl,: Sept. 11), 17, IH and !0th.
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 1.1, HBll
Cliief Justice buprenie Court,
Attest; J, li. JtuibT,
2nd Deputy Olcrk. :)3 4t
IN SOY and Dm.k Hop Wai having
told Hulaii Itleo Pl.imalion. Knuur
to Gin Hung Wa, and Tom You, they
will not bo held icbpimslblu for any of
the plantation debts conn acted after
N'ptcinlmr IHili. no
New Phototfranli iCooias.
OYEH Nlchol's nore, Fort street,
next the Shooting Uullery, l'lc.
tun's I'ortiuiU and Views. Flist-cluss
wnik. Hntlsfiictloii guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. OON8ALVE3.
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on bapd for bajo
Sham Family and Blacksmith Coal
und n gcuorul assortment of
415 Bar Iron. Hy
Assignee's Sale !
Hy order of W. V. I'AHKK, Assignee
of iho etnto of J. P. McLaughlin, a
bankrupt. I will sill at Public Auction,
m the residence of said J. W. McLuugh.
lin, on Punchbowl Ktiect, on
Thursday, September 23, 1886
At 10 o'clock n. m ,
The whole of his Household Furniluio
and etl'ccts, consisting of
Steel Engravings, Water Colors,
Turkbh Lues, Velvet Hugs, II YV
Side Hoard, Extension Dining Tubio
3 B. W. Bedroom Sots Comploto
1 Pine Dedrooni Set Complete, 1 Ash
Ucdstend, 1 Ii V Hcdslend, I Pine
Uedsleiul, 1 Child's lied luul 2 Cribs
1 Fancy Plush Table, .
OJSJH 13LJ02VY TABLIfl
4 Ebony Chalra, !1 Ebony Stools, 1
a Small Elm y Tables,
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware
Lamp:-, Mattresses, Slonpilto No's,
Chamber Sets, Cornices and Cur
tnlns Wardrobe, Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Utensils, Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
S3 "t Auctioneer.
rPHE in.deiBigtied respectfully calls
JL thu attention of the Ladies of
Honolulu lo tlic now and superb Mock
of G ii lis which hiu. just come to hard
f I inn l.urnpc and the United btatcs
comprising the following articles:
A splendid line of Linen Lawn dress
patterns hi 12.,jaid lengths. Those
goot s will bu found on inspection lo be
the choicest iu this market and at such
prices as will suit the times.
White dres-i fabrics in Pluid and
striped Nansuok, checked Cumbrlcs
plain Nainsook while Pique Victoria
A elioieo bclcctiun of Plaid Hunting
in evening shado;
lihiuK and eoluied French Cashmere
in nil Iho leading shades
VoieN and Velvclecns of all the
popular bhudes, Trimming S.itin In all
Fiencb dress Silks in black and
colors also iu evening shades,
Ileal nnd Imitation Laces in black,
while, ei cam and ecru,
All uver Enibioidtrics in blue and
plain while, Tucking and Kuflling...
Those goods having teen nought
fiom biimple, me thu most stylish lu de
sign;, ot uui thine, in tlii.-. city, and well
wotlh Ihe inspection ot the ladies,
Ladies' Law'u Handkerchiefs in all
the lending stiles,, al o thu lulest and
newest designs in colors; Klbbous iu ull
the popular makes and shiulei.
A full line in Ladi ' Hosiery in Lisle
Thiead, Daliirlgaii and fancy stripes,
Ostrich Tips and Feiuhcrs la tho lead,
ing shades, an iunncive stock of Freuch
(Jhlldien's white Dresses, Lace Bon.
nets, Lace Caps, Hoods, Ac; complete
line of Ludiis and Children's Under
wear. Ladies und Children's Corsets
We keep constantly ou hand a full ns
sorlment of Ladies', Missc', nnd Chil
dren's iri mined and untiiinnied Hat9,
A well.seleeted .Stock of Ladies',
Hisses', and Child! en's boots, dimes
A Superb Stock of
Chinese Silks & Satins
in all the lending shinies.
While Gras. Cloth in llnee grades.
Plain and Embroidered
We would call your special attention
to the nbove line of doods, as wc believe,
they aic the richest i.nd tinest ever lm
ported to this market.
Gentlemen, wo would ieiectfulvc'il
your attention in oui Km nibbing Goods
Department, as it is lenlele whh the
latest styles of Neekwrilr, Huependers
und Hosiery. Uudi-rwem in Silk, Lilso
thiead merino and utilize. A splendid
and selected stock ot working Shirts in
flannel and cotton.
We have just received direct from the
manufactory, Now Yoik, u full and
complete asjoiiment of Gents' While
Shirts. Call and sen them, as wo claim
them to be tho best and cheapest Shirts
over otlered in thin nnirke for the price.
A full HlIP (if l'l'l'i'iiln Mlilrln rtnvel
Shirts und Undent ear. Men's and Boy's
Straw and Felt Huts iu Black and Dmb
Cloth for .Men and Hoys' wear.
Ladles are lcpecfully requested to
call and see tho lineal and luri;-vt assort
mentof Silk Pongees, Grass Cloth and
Silk Haudkeichiefs ever imported at
one tlmu to this market.
1ST We tender oui sincere thanks to
the public of Honolulu for their liberal
patronage, and hopq by strict attention
to business and honeM dealing, to merit
a continuance of Iho same,
Corner Foitiind Hotel streets.
GEO. H. PEACOCK,
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CONNER, OF FORT AND
School streets, belonging lo Mr.
M. Louissi ii. Enquire at tho ofllto of
M.S. GUINHAUM A CO.,
881m Queen Streets
Huw'n Cat ringe Manf'g Co.,
E.O. Hull & Son,
O. nrower & Co.,
Wuiluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
0i 00 100
Intur.Islaod S. N. Co., ,05
,qLA- TIIU1ST0N. Stock Rroke..
38 Merchant Street. ltsi ly
Special and Altraolivo Salo of
HousehoSd Rsrniture !
On Saturday, September J.8th
At 10 a. m., I will V i nt l'uldlc A r.
lion, corner of Herein l.n.nd l mi, hi owl
streets, thu whole ( f my lb u-clioltl Em.
nllure, consisting jn p,, , t ()
Two Elegant Ii. W. .;arl o Top
JMinltatlon IIW IbdrooN beis
Very Handsome 11 W Sidt-homd,
Vun Fluu U right Piano,
ii W bed Lounge,
B W Ettcnslou Tnule.S 11 W Patent
Cuno Seat Hockeis M in- ip,
Handsome Hovolvhig Hook Stin.d,
.Music Stand, n
Complete Set of Cut Glassware
2 Handsome Dinner Set Seveial
Pieces Pine .Mnjollca Ware, Miver
PJalcd ware, I). Vr. Dining Honm
Chairs, Variety nf Ornament- and
Pictures-, Hid mid Tiililu Ln n,
LARGE NEW COOKING STOVE
Pitted with Dm Water Holler; Gar.
den Seats and Flower Pols, Huhher
CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS, ETC.
This Furniluio is all in good order,
and comparatively iiuw. The house will
be open for in pectloii Ihe day bcloro
thu sale, Friday, Sept 17th, from 10 a. m.
to 4 p. m.
EST Ti.ll.MS CASH ON DELIVERY.
J. LYONS, Auot'r.
By order of the Trustees of the bethel
Church, I will sell at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, In Honolulu, ou
SATUltDAY, Sept. 25, '8G
nt 12 o'clock", noon,
that very valuable and dcsbnblc pro
perly owned by tho Hoibel Chinch
Association, and known us the
Bethel Ohurch Lot
situuto at the corner of King and Bethel
i!.wa siue, back part, 1 13.70 feet (N Gi
20" E) in the initial point. The pro
perty is laid out in four magnificent
building lots, us follows, viz:
No. 1. 1 Lot facing King Street.
No a. Lot corner King und Bethel.
No. ;). Lot facing Bethel Street.
No. 4 1" " "
The dimensions of each lot respectfvet
ly uro as follow, viz:
Lot No. 1. 5.33 ft ; area 19IC square,
Lot No. 3 Sifi.u ft. fiicingKiugStreet
with n dsptli of 58.0 ft.; facing Bethel
Sn'et G8,2 ft- wlth n ll"l,th 30 B ; area
lOtO sq. ft.
Lot No. 3 Facing Bethel Slreel 30.1
ft., witIiaduplhofGa.!lft.uu thu sides nd.
joining Lois No. 1 and 3. Hear pai t 30.O
ft., with a depth C0.2 ft.; area ISCOsq. ft.
Lot. No. 4. Facing lieihul Stnet 35.T
ft. wiih n depth ou side uriininiug Lot
No. 3, 02 3 ft.; leur pint 24 75 ft, with
depth 07.5 ft.r area 178U sq ft.
Bethel street is to be widened lo 50
feet, ma'iing this a veiy valuable build,
ing site for business houses.
A plan of this piopeity can he seen nt
my t lllco.
CSTTcims are Cash, ihe balance
to be paid in equal installments, in 1,3
and 3yeurs, seemed by llrst moiigage
upon the premises sold, und improve
ments hereafter placed ihereon. Interest
at the rule ot 8 pur ec-jt per annum, pay.
able flenii.uniiuully, fiee of taxes. Prln.
cipal and interest payable iu U. S. Gold
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
J. LYONS, Auctioneer..
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sodn, Lemonade, Sursuparilla,
Fruit Byiupsond Essences and
CIDER . -
mado from tbo pure Apple, all of which
J wo guiuautco to bo the best.
I-Wo also invito parties intending
starling Hores for iho sale of iced
drinks and wishing lountaiu supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Th Crystal Sofia Worts,
P. O. Boj, H&7, Hoiiolulu.
A Live Morning Paper
The Daily Herald"
. Fifty Cents a Month.
38J DANIEL LQOAN, Fropiielor. ly
House and Lot off Ihe Fuuoa
Valley Bond, near Iho new
il'unchhnw! Slicct Brldce.
Houso contains 5 rooms', Bithroom,
Kitchen und 1'antry, Outhouse consist
ing of Stable, Carriage Houso nnd Hnr.
ness room. Tho giouuds are, nluuted.
with choice trees. To bo sold for $1,700
cash. Apply to
J M. MONSAHRAT,
10 tf No. 27 Merchunt Stieet
Crystal Soda forte
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