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Wnler nt MukJkt will lio hu1 oil" on
WEDNESDAY morning, September
20th, from 0 a. m. to 1 p. in.
Per order. C.H.WILSON,
42 2t Suit, of Witter Woil;?.
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Honolulu Hawaiian lilmutx.
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toria, U. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Pledge! to neither Sect nor Fart;.
But established for the benefit of all,
TUESDAY. SEPT. 28. 1880.
The beef which Honolulu people
are compelled to subsist on is none
too good at the best. The climate
and fodder probably both help to
make the best the market affords in
ferior to the best of cooler climates
and better fodder. That which
comes from the other 'islands by
steamers is naturally somewhat
deteriorated by handling and the sea
voyage. These are causes which
tend more or less to lower the quality
of our general beef supply, to a
grade below that of "first class,"
but are, nevertheless, obstacles in
the way of what is desirable that
may be borne with patience and an
occasional harmless growl. But
animals are sometimes maltreated
just previous to being killed and
prepared for market, to the injury
of the beef which people buy and
eat. This is a wrong to consumers,
as well as a if act of brutal cruelty
to animals, not to be endured witii
equanimity. As an instance, re
ference is here made to an occur
rence that took place last Sunday in
a slaughter yard at Iwilei, to sea
ward of the jail. An animal which
was about to be butchered for
market, was worried with dogs and
pelted with stones by the men in
charge in a shameful manner, an
noying and punishing the poor brute
until it bellowed with rage and pain.
"What kind of beef was that, killed
in such an irritated and biuised con
dition? Any bodj' who knows any
thing of beef nature, knows that it
must have been a poor article of
CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS.
The Gazette does not know "how
many Chinese ride about in hacks
carrying revolvers in their breeches'
pockets, and are ready to lire at
whoever does not get out of the way
quickly enough." Neither do we.
But we do know that the custom of
carrying concealed firearms is prac
tised somewhat extensively by
Chinamen, particularly by those liv
ing a little way out of town. We
can testify that it is the regular
habit of some individuals of this
nationality, when they visit the city
at night time, to carry loaded re
volvers in their pockets. .Some
fishermen who bring fish to Hono
lulu, from down the coast, at an
early hour in the morning, are armed
with the same description of weapon,
Besides there are others living in
the town, who seldom move from
their residences or places of business,
of an evening, without being armed.
Certain members of the local Chinese
Secret Societies have always con
cealed weapons about tlicm. The
fore-going are facts known to the
writer. They are facts which cause
much annoyance to respectable
Chinamen. These arc the people
who arc specially terrorized by the
carrying of concealed weapons by
their less respectablo countrymen,
and they above all others desire a
rigid enforcement of the law. But,
fudging from the past, the police
have but little encouragement to
energetic action in that direction.
They daru not take any chances
whatever, and without doing bo they
can scarcely take any action at all
in matters of this nature, because
they are hound not to ho supported
jf they make the slightest mistake
A (POSTAL) REUNION.
A member of the G. A. 11. resid
ing in Honolulu received by the Into
mail n letter from an old comrade in
nrms who is now located in Oregon.
The recipient informs us that since
the muster out of hist- company in
18(11 he has not heard before a word
lcgarding the whereabouts of this
comrade who for over three years
was by his side, in the samo com
pany, during all the stirring events
It can be easily understood, how
gratifying it must be to the surviv
ing veterans of the late Civil War
in1 the United States to ieccive news
one from the other. It is one of the
results of the organization of the
Grand Army of the Hcptiblie, that
those who fought together for so
many years, and then disbanded and
sought every quarter of the globe
in the peaceful pursuits of life,
should be re-united not only in pcr
bon'but in spirit.
. RAGES AGAIN.
Last week, we denounced in plain
language, the swindles that take
Kapiolani Park on the
ot so-called trotting
Saturday last, was wit
nessed another exhibition which we
denounce in equally strong terms.
When minors are allowed to enter
and urn ponies for 8100 a side,
what may the public expect to sec
I12tll DAY CONTINUUM.
.House resumed at 1:15. Con
tinued third leading of the Appro
Rep. Ivaultikou moved to add
traveling expenses, $200, to salary
of Circuit Judge, Ililo and Kau.
The same member moved, also, to
add 200 for Circuit Judge, Kohala,
Kona, etc. Carried.
Kep. Palohau moved to "insert
SI 00 for traveling expenses, Circuit
Judge, Kuuai. Carried.
Rep. Kauhikou moved to insert
S7,000 instead of 80,000 for Police
Rop. Hayseldcu said he was sorry
the lion, member for Ililo had made
the motion he did ; he (the speaker)
had intended to move for 8,000.
Rep. Pachaole moved the item
pass as in the bill.
Noble Dominis (supported the last
The item passed as in the bill.
Rep. Ilaysekleii moved to add
traveling expenses, Police Justice,
Honolulu, S200. Lost.
Rep. jwihiiiu moved the item,
District Judge, S. Kona, be 81,000
instead of 800. Carried.
Rep. Kaunamano moved the item,
Distiict Judge, S. Kohala, be $1,200
instead of $1,000. Carried.
Rop. Kalua moved the item, Dis
trict Judge, Homiaula, be $1,000
instead of SS00. Carried.
Rep. Pahia moved the item, Dis
trict Judge, liana, be $2,000 instead
Rep. Kaulia moved the item pass
at $1,800. Canied.
Rep. Keau moved the item, Dis
trict Judge, Lanai, bo $800 instead
Rep. Kaulia suppoilcd the motion.
The judge was a poor man, but a
most exeinplaiy oilieer, and prob
ably the only intelligent native Ha
waiian on tin; Llnnd.
Rep. Dickey moved the item pass
as in the bill. The judge had really
nothing to do.
Noble Dominis supported the
Passed at $800.
Rep. Kalua moved the item, Dis
trict Judge, Molokai, pass at $1,800.
The same member moved the
item, tiaveling expenses District
Judge of IMolokai .'l), be struck out.
Rep. Amaru moved the item,
salary District Judge, AVaialua, be
S 1 ,000 instead of $800. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved the item, salary
District Judge, Koolauloa, be $1,000
instead of $800. Canied.
Rep. Palohau moved tlio item,
salary of Police Justice, Lihuc, be
$1,800 instead of $1,200.
Rep Castle moved the item pass
as in the bill.
Passed at $1,800.
Rep. Brown moved the item, pay
of Messengers, Judiciary Depart
ment, bo $2,000 instead of $2,400.
Rep. Kaulukou moved tho item
pass as in tliu bill. Carried.
Tito other items passed as in the
Department of Foreiin Affairs.
Rep. Palohau moved te item,
Httlaiy of .Secretary, pass at $0,000,
Noble Dominis moved to rc-con-slder
tho vote of $2,-00 for salary
of Librarian and Curator. Curried.
Tho same member moved to
amend the item by inserting $3, COO.
Rep. Ilavsoldcn moved to pass
this item nt$D,000. Carried.
Minister Creighton moved to add
to this jtcni, a now item, Messenger
and Janitor, $000. Carried.
Rep. Keau moved the item, salary
of Messenger, be $1,200 instead of
Rep. Dickey moved (o amend the
item, Secretary and Expenses of Le
gation at Washington, $5,000 by
striking out the words "Scerclaiv
Minister Creighton moved to
amend the item to icad Clerical Aid
and Expenses of Legation at Wash
ington, $0,000. Carried.
Hop. Dickey moved the item, ex
penses of Foreign Missions, $30,000,
be changed to $20,000.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
pass at $50,000.
Noble Clcghorn moved the item
pass as in the bill.
Minister Cieighton thought the
sum proposed bv the member for
Ililo lather large. The sum of
$30,000 would probably cover the
ground. He moved the item pass
at $35,000. Passed at S35.000.
Rep. Dickey moved to strike out
the item, reception of olllcial guests
l?ep. Kaulukou moved the item,
Education of Hawaiian Youths
abroad, $25,0000, be $35,000.
Rep. Blown was in favor of an
appropriation for the purpose
named, but thought $25,000 sufll
cient. Some system ought to be
adopted of competitive examina
tions, to get the best material possi
ble, instead of picking them out at
hap hazard, as heretofore.
Rep. Dole moved an amendment
providing that the youths to be edu
cated abroad be selected by the
Board of Education, after competi
Minister Creighton said the pro
posed item of $25,000 is to provide
only for those now abroad.
Rep. Dickey informed the house
there aie now ten Hawaiian Youths
abroad, and read a memoiandum of
the probable amounts required for
each, during the next period, mak
ing a total of S19,500.
Minister Creighton said there are
liabilities from last period of $3,000.
Rep. Castle said this brings up
the question again if the Ministers
intend to apply the appropriations
for next biennial period to the pay
ment of liabilities of last period.
Noble Dominis would support any
vote up to 100,000 for educating
Hawaiian youths abroad, provided
boys arc selected, who prove them
selves in the schools at home to be
possessed of intelligence and brains,
and not picked up anywhere about
flie streets, lie did not approve
of a man worth $200,000, allowing
the Government to educate his child
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
pass at $30,000.
Rep. Brown moved to amend this
motion, by adding that the youths
so educated in future be selected by
the Board of Education after com
The amendment was put and lost.
The item passed at $30,000.
Rep. Dickey moved the item,
King's Guard be $50,000 instead of
Rep. Brown moved the postpone
ment of this item, pending there
port of the Committee on Military.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item
pass at $90,000.
The motion to postpone was put
Rep. Blown moved thp item Aid
to Volunteer Militaiy Companies
$2G,251.31 pass at SO, 25 1.3-1, to pay
outstanding debts, and no more.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item be
Rep. Castle moved the item pass
as in the bill. Carried.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to insert,
Royal Yacht for His Majesty's ser
Rep. Dole said if the member for
Ililo conducted the business of a
private estate as lie is attempting to
direct the affairs of Government, he
would be placed in the Lunatic Asy
lum. The purchase of a royal
yacht was a matter pertaining to
His Majesty's private affairs, and
with which the nation has nothing to
Minister Gibson said it might be
proper for the Government to pos
sess a vessel, to act in the capacity
of a revenue cutter, and which
might also be at the disposal of
His Majesty when required. Ho
moved the further consideration of
the proposal be postponed.
Rep. Kaulukou withdrew his mo
Rep. Dickey moved tho item,
salary of Minister pass at $10,000,
according to tho revised estimates.
Rep. Kaulukou moved it pass as
Passed as in the bill.
Rep. Ilayselden moved the item,
salary of Third Clerk, pass at
S 1,000 instead of $3,000. This
clerk is bookkeeper of the depart
Rep. Kalua moved the item,
salory of Governor of Oahu, pass at
81,000, instead of $3,000,
Rep. Dickey moved it pass as in
Passed at 8 1,000.
Rep. Kaunamano moved the item,
Governor of Hawaii, pass at $4,000
instead of $3,000. Carried.
Rep. Kauai moved tho item, Gov
ernor of Kauai, pass at $1,000 in
stead of $3,000. Carried.
Rop. Kalua moved tho item,
Clerk to Governor of Maul, pass at
2,100 instead of $1,800. Lost.
The same member moved the
item pass at $2,000. Carried.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item,
Clcftc to Governor of Hawaii, bo
$2,000 instead of $1,800. Carried.
Rep. Kauai moved the item,
Clerk to Governor of Kauai, be
$1,800 instead of $1,000. Lost.
Passed as in the bill.
Rep. Brown moved the item,
Salaries of keepers of Mausoleums,
$1,320, be struck out.
Rep. Dickey moved the item pass
Rep. Thurston moved the ayes
and noes bo taken.
Rep. Dole wanted to sec a rccoul
of names of members who support
this disgraceful item. Tliu whole
business is a fraud and an outrage.
Minister Gibson said ho would
vote for the item, and abide by the
Rep. Kaunamano spoke in sup
port of the item.
Rep. Ilayselden would support
the item, if for no other reason,
that tho member for Molokai was
against it. Any item in which that
member's friends were interested
was always sine of his support.
The ayes and noes were taken,
when the item passed on the follow
ing division :
For Gibson, Kanoa, Dare, Kaae,
Kapena, Ilayselden, Lilikalani,
Baker, Ainara, Kaulia, Kaulukou,
Pahia, Kauiiainano, Nahale, Aholo,
Nahinu, Kaukati, Kauai 18.
Against Bush, Kauhi, Brown,
Wight, Kalua, Castle, Dickey, Pac
haole, Thurston, Dole, Palohau
Rep. Brown moved the item,
Relief of Crown Commissioners,
Si), 013. 50, be struck out.
Rep Thurston moved the ayes
and noes be taken. Carried.
For the motion to strike out
Dare, Brown, Wight, Castle, Dic
key, Thurston, Palohau 7.
Against Gibson, Creighton, Ka
noa, Bush, Kaae, Kapena, Ilay
selden, Lilikalani, Baker, Ainara,
Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia, Kauna
mano, Nahinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kau
kati, Kauai 19.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to insert,
Payment of Sundry Bills for Coro
nation nnd Repairs, etc., to Palace,
House adjourned at '1:30 to 9:30
OXU HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH DAY.
Tuesday, September 28th.
House met at 9 :30. Prayer by
the Chaplain. Present: Ministers
Gibson, Creighton and Dare ; Nobles
Cleghorn, Bush, Walker (President),
Parkor; Reps. Ilayselden, Keau,
Lilikalani, Baker, Kauhi, Amara,
Brown, Knulia, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kaunamano, Wight, Nahale, Na
hinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kaukati,
Richardson, Dickey, Kuai, Paeliaole,
Kauai and Palokrui. Minutes read
Minister Gibson reported certain
Rep. Lilikalani presented the re
ports of the committee on,commerce
on the bill introduced by the mem
ber for Honolulu, Rep. Keau, to
amend section 198 of the Civil Code,
relative to the sale of stalls in the
fish maiket. Part of the committee
recommend that the Minister of In
terior be forbidden to sell stalls at
auction or to let stalls at $2.00 per
week. The rest of the commit
tee recommend that the law remain
as it is. Both reports were laid on
the table to be considered with the
Minister Gibson rose to answer
the question asked yesterdaj by the
honorable member for Molokai rela
tive to the cost of immigrants. The
greater part of the information
sought was printed in last report of
the Bureau of Immigration. The
Minister road from the printed re
port, several statistics of the cost of
immigration, during last biennial
period. The Government pays for
women and children, and gets
nothing from tho planters for this
class of immigrants. The Stirling
shire had cost 842,000, of which the
planters had paid $10,000.
The Amana had brought 500-peo-ple.
The cost will be about $41,000,
of which the planters will pay about
$15,000. The last mail from Japan
had brought information from His
Majesty's Minister at Tokio, that it
was tho desire of the Japanese Gov
ernment that emigration from that
country to the Hawaiian Islands be
free. The Minister had applica
tions from a number of agricultural
laborers, who wished to emigrate to
these Islands. They were willing to
pay their own passages, come with
out contracts, provided the Hawaiian
Government will rebate the passen
ger tax, relievo them of the pay
ment of taxes for three years, and
allow each passenger to bring 200
pounds of rico, free of duty.
Rep. llayfacldon presented a re
poit of special committee on the bill
to amond section 02 of the Civil
Code, relating to licenses, submit
ting a new bill. Tho icporl was
adopted, and the bill read and
passed to engrossment, to bo read a
third time on Thursdaj-.
Rep. Brown moved the bill pass.
Bill passed to engrossment, to bo
road a third timo on Thursday.
Rep. Richardson ropoited several
Rep. Aholo moved that a bill re
lating to internal taxes, be taken
from the table and placed on the
special order of the day, after the
bills on third reading. Carried,
The same member moved re-con-sideratipn
of the vote of yesterday
rclativo to the salaries of governors,
Rpp. Dole asked tho member's
reasons, if they were In the direc
tion of economy.
ltep. Aliolo would give his reasons
after the vote for re-consideration
Rep. Dole wanted to know then,
to bo able to decldo whether to vote
for or against the motion.
Rep. Aliolo said one of his rea
sons was in tho line of economy.
Rep. Dickey asked if the (inten
tion was to reduce tho Governors'
sahuies below $2,000, so that one
Governor could draw two salaries.
Tho motion to reconsider was put
Rep. Aholo said lie would intro
duce Ills amendments when the
Appropriation Bill is next before
The same member moved recon
sideration of tho 'vote on tho salary
of the Police Justice of Honolulu.
The same member further moved
reconsideration of the item for
volunteer military companies.
Rep. Dickey asked if that motion
was in the interest of economy.
The motion passed.
Rop. Thurston moved the bill re
lating to the relief ol lesulcnts of
Makild bo taken from the table and
placed next on the order of the day
after the bill relating to internal
oitur.u or the day.
Third reading of the act to amend
an act approved the 30th day of
April, 1880, "to authorize the 'Collector-General
of Customs to permit
the withdrawal of alcohol in certain
Rep. Ilayselden moved the bill
Rep. Dickey moved to amend by
insetting $2 instead of $3.
lhe bill passed.
Third reading of the act to relieve
certain articles of import duties.
Third reading of the act to con
solidate the laws relating to com
missioners of private ways and water
Third reading of the bill provid
ing for a Hawaiian Board of Health.
Rep. Kaai moved the bill pass.
Rep. Dole moved the indefinite
postponement of the bill.
The same member moved the ayes
and noes be taken.
For indefinite postponement:
Dare, Bishop, Brown, Pahia, Wight,
Kalua, Richardson, Dickey, Thurs
ton, Paeliaole, Dole 11.
Against: Gibson, Kanoa, Bush,
Ilayselden, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker,
Kauhi, Amara, Kaulia, Kaulukou,
Kaunamano, Nahale, Nahinu, Aholo,
Kaukau, Kaai, Kauai, Palohau 20.
The bill passed.
Third reading of the bill relating
to the observance of Sunday.
Rep. Brown moved the bill be re
ferred back to the revision commit
tee to correct errors in the engross
The same member stated that
there is a vacancy on the revision
committee, by Mr. Castle's absence.
The President appointed Mr. Hay
selden to fill the vacanc-.
House took recess to 1 o'clock
- DEATH OF HON. R. P. SPALDING.
By the steamer Wilmington news
was received of the death of Hon.
R. P. Spalding, the father of Col.
Z. S. Spalding of Kealia, Kauai,
which sad event took place at Cleve
land. Ohio, on the 29th. of August.
The deceased, who had attained the
ripe age of 89 years, twicevisited
these islands, and will be remem
bered by numerous friends. P. C.
DEATH OF M0NS. P. A. DE LA NUX.
After a long and painful illness,
Mons. Do La Nux, civil engineer
and surveyor, passed away on Satur
day last, Sept. 25th, at Kilauea,
Kauai. Mons. Do La Nux resided
with his son, an overseer on the
Kilauea plantation. He bore his
bufferings with patience and forti
tude, and submitted like a child to
the directions ofjhis medical adviser,
Dr. Dugald Campbell. He leaves
behind him, on the island of Kauai,,
monuments of his skill and ability.
The great ditch, known as the Ana
hola ditch, 25 miles long, and tho
Hume for the Kilauea Sugar Co.'s
estate, arc prominent and lasting
evidences of Mons. De La Nux's
energy. Ho was overflowing with
knowledge on the various branches
of plantation work ; and when free
from pain, he was an instruc
tive and entertaining conversa
tionalist. 1 lis sou, August, bore up
manfully with his father's irritable
manner, and with true filial affection
he stood by him to the last. The
deceased was tho recipient of fre
quent favors at the lunula of Mr. R.
A. Maclie, Jr., and other gentleman
on Kilauea plantation.
Tho age of tho deceased is un
known to tho writer, but he was not
loss than 00 years old.
Ilaw'nCttiringoMnnf'g'Co., Q 00 100
E. O. Hall & Bon, (new Issue) 100 100
Bull Telephone, 'M M
C. Brewer & Co,, 101 100
Woodlawu Dairy, 90 100
Wniluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waimannlo, 170 100
Star Mill, l.'fi 500
RuoipiocllySugai On., 0 lOf.
Ice Company, 87 100
liitur.Islaud S. N. Co , 105
L. A THURSTON "Stock Biokei
3H Merchant Btioet 151 ly
Now Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nichol's ftoro, Fort street,
noxt the Shooting Gallery, Pic
In res, Portraits and views. First class
work. .Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. G.ON8ALVES.
aaataa a w
Wl'SCCJAli SALE OF
By older of MB. (J. HOt115 Tieimirer
Honolulu Athletic Association, 1 will
sell nt Public Auction at my saleroom,
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1886
At 1 1 o'clock a. in.,
One Horizontal Bar,
Ono Parallel' Bar,
Spring Hnmd.MnttriUs, Dumb Ikllf,
Oiubt, Latldets, Pole?, a lot of
Chairs, ( lc, also
ONE FINE UPRIGHT PIANO.
And nt the same tiino will be sold the
property ot the
Eclipse Boat Club,
fjnnHc nt liinnl,
Itout House and Jtnnt
Complete with On in. Act.
Assignee's Sale I
Uy older of W. O. I'ARKE.'Asslgneo
of flic ctntu of .1. F. McLaughlin, a
liankiupt, 1 will mil at Public Auction,
at the ro-iili'tiie of said J. W. McLaugh
lin, on Punchbowl street, on
Monday, October 4th, 1886,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
Tliu wlioln of Ids Household Furniture
and Affects, consisting of
Steel EugtaviugM, Water Colors,
Turkish hugs, Velvet Rugs, B V
Side lioiml, Extension DlningTublo
3 B. W. Bedroom Sets Complete
1 l'lne licdioom Hut Complete, 1 Ash
Bed-teid, I U V Bedstead, I Pine
BedMesid, 1 Cnild's Bed ami 2 Cribs
1 F.uicy Plush Table,
0112 EBONY TABL10
4 Ebony Cliairs, !1 Kbnnv Stools, 1
2 Small Ebo y Tables,
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware
Lump, M.itlresscs, Mosqttilo'Ncls,
Chamber Set", Cornices and Cur
tain', Wardrobe-, Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Utensils, Etc., Etc.
A GOOD NATIVE SALESMAN.
Apply at the Bulletin Office.
NEITHER thu Oartitn nor the Agents
ofthuBiitisliShip '-Amana " will
be r.'-ponsihle for any debts contract-
d by the crew in tins po.t.
G. V. MAC FARLANE & CO.
42 tit Agent'.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just received a few moro
Ex Wilmington, at
Note's Beaver Saloon.
For Yokohama & Honst Kon
Tim Splendid Al lion St' am Ship
" G; AELIC,"
Will tall fur Yokohama and Hi ng Kong
on or about
OCTOBER 8th, '86.
For ft (dght and passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO, Agents.
FOR SALE !
Wo have just received ex S, S. Wilming
ton, a large Hlilpmeiit of
Of Ihu Littat Styles and Designs.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, who has been
JL .In extensive business in Japan,
during 1(1 j curs, and is conversant with
tho Japanese language, wishes to get
employment. PAUL BOHM,
30 lw No. 128 Beretania Btreet.
Tliu limit rslf'iitd will il nt pulilio
auction, b oidir of W. C. I'arKe, A.
slgtieo of .1. tMrIi.U!UHI,lN,i, li.
krtipi, nt tho auction iooiih of ihu under,
signed in Honolulu, on
Saturday, October 2nd, 1885
At 12 o'd ck, noon, lhe
HDlOlllO Still LaillrT
as per schedule, together with the luilld.
iniJs slluatotliCMon iintl Ihu lcni-e of bald
lot The lease Is oi it 11 yems from tho
1st day of Fcbiimi), Ibbd, imtl Miliject
to a monthly rent of !l!l!li!j piiynblu in
atlvanc , and thu nut Is aid up to bep
tctnber iiO, 188(1, mid all lhe lmildltig
can lie remoed at the e.Nphation of mid
There is a paid up IKSUHANtE p 1.
icy on the ptoperly in lhe 24th day of
Ortnber, 18SU, for $4,000.
The Laundry Is in' good woiKing oi
dur, and can I e examined til nin iinu
ptlortolho salu. An ltienloiy tan lie
s-eun nt the Auction llooin.
TEHMS CASH. Deeds at e.pcnsc ol
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
33 8t Auctioneers.
By order of Hin. A. V. JUDD wu
sin at I'tiuiic Auction,
On Saturday, October 2, 1886
Alii o'clock noon, on thu premises,
One Wooden Building,
Lately occuphd by the Louvre ol
One Wooden liuikliiifj-.
Occupied by JIa. Erkurt
oivran woowiax sued.
Purchaser to remove bnlldii g within
7 dny fri in dny of bale.
IS?" TEKMS CASH.
;icaxi AVCTIOX MALI'. OF
Wo have received instuietions liom MR.
L. B. KEIHt, to fc'1 nt Public Auction,
On Monday, October,. 4th,
At 10 o'clock a.m., at our Snlcsioom,
Queen Stteet, (ON A CREDIT
TO THE TRADE), his
entltc Stock of
Consisting in part of
Suitings, Diagonals, Serees,
Flannels and Trimmings,
Of all descriptions; being the Largest.
AiBorlmiiti of Tnilois' Goods ever
ofl'ei I'd nt Auction here.
The abovunrunll new and Fashionable
Goods selected for the presunt season.
Among ihu Stock arc a Inrcc number of
Single Suit pieces, and a quantity of
Short Lengths suitable for Family use.
Also a few Full Pieces, suitable for
Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES
1 Offlco Desk, 1 Clock,
1 Cheval Glass,
Also at 12 o'clock noon will be sold
Lease of the Store and Fittings
For 2 cais and !) months fn m October
1st, 1885, witii privilege of ears .
t& TERMS LIBERAL-approved.
E. P. ADAMS
Housu and Lot off the Pauoa
Valley Road, near lhe now
l-unciiljowl Strcel Utidirc.
contains 5 roon,
liitciien niul Pantry. Outhouse consist
tng oi hiamc, carriage Ilouso n
ge llotiho and liar.
ness room. Tho
with choice I rees.
cash. Apply to
grounds are planted
To be sold for 1,700
J M. MONSARRAT.
No. 127 Mei chant Street
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on Jitin-l for sale,
Steam Family and Black-mith Coal
and a gcucial assoitinent of
415 Bar Iron. Hy
WLl12rtS SS. n. CO.,
ite. Steamer Kin an
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday ai
4 p.m., touching ut Lahalnii, Mau
laea Bay, Makena, Muhuknnu. Kit
walhae, Laupahoohoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the,
alove porta, urrivtng at Honolulu
pflch KatllrlH, nfliTiiiwin v
TO BUTCHERS, GUAZIERS
Mli Soap Manufacturer.
The highest Cash valuu for any nuan.
tily of Tallow.
Honolulu Soup "WorliN, lidco
Hell Title-phono 29. P O. Box i
108 No, tONuuanufctieet. ly
O LUSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the Foitiijnicse, either
for bushiest!, or for piocurlng workmen,
servants or uny other helps, will find It
tho most prolllablo way to ndverlisu in
tho Luso JIaivait'aiio, tho now organ of
the Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant strict, Ouxelle Build,
lug, (Post.Ofllco Letter Box L), and
only charges leasouable rutes for adver
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