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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlnndp.
Draw Exchange on the
Banlc ol'Culiroi'ulii. W. IT.
And thi'ir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. II. Rothschild & Son, London
Tlio Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tko Connnercinl Hani; Co., of Sydney,
The flank of Now Zealand: Auoklnnd,
Ghristcliurch, nnil Wellington,
The Uank of tlrltish Columbia, Vic
torlii, B. 0., and Portland, Or
Transact a General Banking Ruslnis.
It gnUjj guild in
Pledged to neither Beet nor Purty.
But established Ut tho benefit ef nil.
THURSDAY. SEPT. 30. 1880.
Fast driving along the public
thoroughfares of this city and
around street corners, is permitted
to an extent that due regard for the
public safety protests against. To
accuse public expressmen and omit
private citizens is partial and unfair.
The latter are as guilty as the
former. People in wheeled vehicles
seem to think that the streets are
made for their special benefit, and
in fact belong to them, to the exclu
sion of pedestrians, and that they
have a right to rattle along at any
rate of speed they please, utterly
oblivious of the safety of those who
move around by the aid of their
natural means of locomotion. Every
body and everything, they imagine,
must give way to them. The con
sequence is, that an occasional acci
dent happens, and 6ome unfortunate
person on foot gets knocked down
' or run over, or both. The wonder
is, that so few occurrences, compa
ratively, of the kind happen. The
fact speaks well for the agility of
pedestrians. Too much speed is
not tho outy accusation lo be laid
to the charge of public and private
carriages. They are in the habit of
entering places from which they
should be excluded, and taking up
positions that in any town with a
municipal corporation would be re
served for people on foot. Anybody
who has ever walked to airy part of
the wharves to see an ocean or
inter-island steamer come or go,
will admit the justice of our com
plaint; and a moment's reflection
will bring to mind that the impu
dent intrusiveness is not confined to
the wharves. We are delighted to
learn from this morning's Advcrtiserf
that the Marshal has forbidden car
riages to stand in the Government
Building yard) and would not have
considered it extreme .if the tabu
had prohibited their entering the
yard at all. Surely the distance
from the gate to the building is not
60 great that it cannot be done on
foot. Outside the yard is the proper
place for carriages. We hope the
Marshal will extend the reform
initiated, so as to lessen the speed
of vehicles in the streets and lo
prevent their monopolising places
that rightfully belong to pedes
trians. THE LEGISLATURE.
114th DAY CON'TINUUD.
House resumed at 1 :20.
Ee-consideration of the item, sal
ary of Police Justice, Honolulu.
Rep. Aholo moved the item, sal
ary of Police Justice, Honolulu, be
$7,200, instead of 80,000. Carried.
' Re-consideration of saluries of
Rep. Brown moved to reduce the
item, salary of Governor of Oahu,
from $1,000 to $3,000.
i)i Rep. Dickc' moved the item read,
'jenlary of - Governor of Oahu and
Maui, $1,000. host.
Item passed at $3,000.
Rep. Brown movcoMo reduce tho
item, salary of Governor of Maui,
from $4,000 to $3,000. Carried.
Rep. Dickey moved- re-consideration
of salary of Governor of Kauai,
Rep. Palohau moved that the vote
by which tho pioposed amendment
J.o article 15 was indefinitely post
".poned be reconsidered.
i Rep. Dole said that several mem
bers had asked to have this matter
'reconsidered, as they did not under
' stand it at the time. It was not a
partisan matter at all,
Minister Gibson said ho did not
see that the proposed amendment
was necessary, or why it was
Rep. Dickey said it was brought
in to do away with an indemnity bill.
Rep. Kaulukou moved tho pre-i
vious question. Carried.
The motion to reconsider passed.
- Rep. Brown moved tho proposed
amendment be placed on the special
order of the day for Thursday at the
foot of the list. Carried.
ff'" 'lifflli ItVlMI i'T - A a,.i
Ihircau of Posloflhe.
Rep. Aholo moved the item, pay
of Clerks in tho Postollice, $21,800,
bo $20,000. Carried.
The same member moved the
item, pay of Postmasters, SI 7,000,
Rep. Dickey moved it bo $20,000.
Passed nt s'l 8,000.
Rep. Aholo moved the item, Post
al Money Order fund, 810,000 bo
The same member moved the
item, incidentals of Postofllce, S 11,-
000, be S 10,000. Carried.
Jiureuu of Honolulu Water
Minister Gibson moved the item,
repairs and additions to Water
"Works, $35,000, be $7o,000, as pro
vided for in the loan act. Canied.
Jiurcan of Fonslry.
Rep. Kaulukou moved that the
condition, removal of the fence an
eighth of a mile on each side of tho
judge's stand attached to the item,
Kapiolani Park Association $5,000,
bo struck out.
Reps. Thurston, Dole and llay
8cldcu supported the iteiu, as in the
Rep. Brown favored tho striking
out of tho provision.
The item passed with the condition
Bureau of Immirrntion.
Minister Gibson moved tho item,
salarv of Inspector General, $0,000,
instead of $5,000. Carried.
Rep. Haysclden moved the item,
salary of Secretary of Board of Im-
migiati'on, S1,000, be $1,200. Car
ried. Minister Gibson moved the item,
encouragement of Immigration,
$30,000, be $150,000. Carried.
Jiureuu of J'ublic IiiiproiH'.tiieuts.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item,
salary of Superintendent of Public
Works and Civil hnginecr, fc(!,000,
Minister Gibson said that $G,000
The member for llilo withdrew
his motion, and the item passed as
in the bill.
Minister Gibson said the item,
alterations and repairs of Postofllce,
Honolulu, $5,000, was notsullleicnt,
and that $7,500 would be required.
Passed at $7,500.
The same member said the item,
repairs of Custom House, Honolulu,
$5,000, was not sullicicnt, and that
the sum of $8,000 would be needed,
and moved the item pass at $8,000.
The same Minister also stated,
that from carefully prepared esti
mates in his possession, it appears
$85,000 will be needed for repairs
and furniture, lolani Palace, instead
of $5,000 as in the bill, and moved
an amendment accordingly.
Passed at $8,500.
The same Minister further moved
to inseit an item, repair of Palaces
wall and' improvement of grounds,
Rep. Thurston said lie had been
listening patiently to hear some pro
posal for l educing expenditure from
the Ministers, but so far, all their
motions are in the contrary di
rection. Rep. Dole said a stranger listen
ing lo tlie appropriations for His
Majesty in this house would think
he' was the most poverty stricken
person in the country. The house
had already voted $50,000 for His
Majesty's Privy purse and royal
state a'nd $35,000 for Household ex
penses. His Majesty was in receipt
of an income of S70,000 from Crown
lands, making a total of $155,000,,
and now the Minister wants $5,000
more to keep His Majesty's front
door yard in order.
The item passed.
Rep. Dole moved the item, Palace
Stables, $15,000, be struck out.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the item,
enlarging Courthouse and lock up
atHana, $1,000, be $500.
Rep. Thurston congratulated the
member for llilo for having once
moved a reduction.
Passed at $100.
Rep. Palohau moved to insert,
fence round Courthouse, Kapaa,
Kauai, '$100. Carried.
Rep. Anmra moved the item, safe,
cupboard, etc., Couit House, Waia
lua, 8100, be $200. Carried.
Rep. Kalua moved the item, water
pipes for Wniluku and Kahului,
S5,000 bo $10,000. Carried.
I Rep. Brown moved tho item, land
ing at Waimanalo, Oahu, 2,000,
be struck out. Carried.
Ren. Kaulia moved to insert,
landing at. Waimanalo, $1,000. Car
ried. Hop. Palohau moved to striko out
tho item, lauding at Kapaa, Kauai.
Rep. Brown moved tho item,
landing at Kaunaloa, Puna, Hawaii,
$2,000, be struck out. Carried.
Minister Gibson moved to insert,
Inter-island cable communication
and clectiiu light for Honolulu, as
provided by loan, $100,000.
Rep. Tlinrstoti had no objections
to tho item, only that it could not
be made under the loan act, yvhjch
provides that the loan is to be ap
plied to the purpose specified and
Minister Gibson said that to-morrow,
tho Government will propose
an amendment to the loan act. Tho
amendment will, ho believed, bo
satisfactory to tho Assembly.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the. Item
bo divided, so as to read, lighting
itho citv of Honolulu by electric
light, $05,000 and inter-island cable
''nmiiniiniT.n(inii Rf.fi.nOO. Pnrrled.
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Ji&M.i B AnM--a Orf fMltttiL.'i&.
Rep. Dickey nskcit if $G5,000
would pi o vide for the proposed
Minister Gibson said the Govern
ment had a proposition from a Urst-
class cable laying firm in London,
offering to do the work, for n sub
sidy. The enterprise, if gone into,
will be undertaken by contract.
The items passed, separately, as
Minister Gibson, at !1:U1, moved
the house adjourn to 'J:30 Thurs
OXC HUNDUIU) AM) FIFTKl'Jmi DAT.
TiiunsDAY, Sept. 30th.
House met at 0 :80. Prayer by
the Chaplain. Present: Ministers
Gibson, Creighton ; Nobles Domlnis,
Kuihelani, Bush, Kaae, Walker
(Piesident), S. Parker; Reps. Hay
seldcn, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker,
Ainara, Brown, Kattlia, Kaulukou,
Pahln, Kaunauiano, Wight, Nahale,
Tallinn, Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau,
Richardson, Dickey, Kaai, Paehaole,
Kauai and Palohau.
Minutes read and approved.
Rep. Richardson reported sundry
Minister Gibson gave notice of a
bill to amend the Loan Act, approv
ed Sept. 1st.
On suspension of the rules, the
bill was read a first time.
Rep. Blown referred to the reso
lution of the Attorney-General, by
which the introduction of new busi
ness was limited to a certain date.
He had no objection to the reading
of the new bill, but wished it to be
brought forward in Parliamentary
Minister Gibson recognized the
force ot the last speaker's remarks,
and asked the unanimous consent of
of the house. No objection being
made, the bill was read.
Section -1 of the Loan Act is pro
posed to be amended, as follows:
The sums borrowed under this
act shall be placed in the Treasury
to the credit of the Loan Fund, and
shall be paid out for the following
purposes and no other; '
1 To le-eall and cancel all
Ponds at present out
standing, W.Micd under
any act of the Legislature
pi lor to the date of this
Loan; special Loan and
the intere-t accrued on
special Loan and oul
Miuiiliug Bonds $1,':Ij,000
2 Encouragement of Immi
3 Inter-Island I ablcs and
Klectrio Light. Honolulu. 100,000
4 Honolulu Water Woiks.. r.0.000
." Improvement of the llar
lior of Honolulu, and
new wharves 100.000
(i Iinpiovenioiit of the
Stieetsof Honolulu and
Roadway.- of the King
7 New Bridges and Land
S Purchase of Steam Tug
!) Expense of Flouting
Loan, etc 100,000
the bill be
read a second
Rep. Kaulukou moved the bill
pass to engrossment.
Noble Bush wished to have some
explanation or the reasons for this
change. A depreciated silver coin
age had been introduced into the
Kingdom, and payments were spread
over' a long period. This amend
ment proposed to pay for thjs coin
age at once.
Rep. Kalua said he had approved
the act passed on the 1st of Septem
ber. Now, without any reasons
"given why this important change
should be made, the house is asked
lo pass an impoitant amendment,
inside of one month.
Minister Gibson said when a party
goes out to borrow, he must be pre
pared to satisfy the party of whom
lie expects to borrow, as to his ability
to pay. It would be nothing in Now
York or London to talk of a $5,000,
000 loan, but with us, such a sum
is beyond our ability, unless we
should mortgage our Custom Hoiibo
and other estate, when' perhaps we
might bo able to borroiy such a sum.
No security is asked of us in the
form of property. The money will
ho borrowed in good faith, simply
on the good name of the country. It
was intended formerly to borrow
$2,000,000 outside of former in
debtedness. It is proposed now to
reduce the amount of indebtedness
and to have but one creditor.
Rep. Dole said tho desire was ex
pressed when the Loan Act was
passed that pari of the bonds should
be held by parties in this country.
Now, the Ministor says, it is not
desirable that such should be tho
case, and if the people of this coun
try want bonds in future, they can
not get them. Tho fact is that the
Government is in the hands of
capitalists, and wo are dictated to
as to how wo shall pass our loan bill.
Half of this money is to bo applied
to the payment of tho old loan which
it is not necessary to pay oil" at pre
sent, and wo are as,ked to pass the
bill so that tho capitalists can
pocket 5 perocit pn $2,000,000.
The member for Molokaj was rjglit
when he asked the questions of the
Ministers which of the two kings
they were referring to. Our Gov
ernment is controlled by an alien
capitalist. lie was ashamed of the
Upgrading position in whjci tljc
Government is placed, and bo was
not willing to strengthen tho rivets
around the Government to-day. lie
moved tho bill bo printed and re
ferred to a committee,
A man may rood tho signs of tho
times on tho roadsido fences, Bur
lington Preo Press.
ujfal - t4n. wife - - i..t
A OltAXU AND lllUM.IANT llVUXT.
Last evening, Mr. Frank Ilustace,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ilustace,
and Miss Mary Ward, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward,
were united in wedlock at the resi
dence of the bride's mother, the
Old Plantation, by the Rev. II. 11.
Parker. The ceremony, which was.
to have taken place at 8 o'clock, was
deferred until the arrival of the
Royal party, who came a few
minutes after eight. The nuptial
knot was tied in the parlor, beneath
a marriage bell of roses and ever
greens, the handiwork of Mrs. G. E.
Boardman. The room was brilli
antly illuminated and superbly
The bride wore a beautiful cos
tume of white satin, with train cov
ered with chenille tulle. The cor
sage was filled in with chenille tulle,
ns were also the sleeves. A hand
some veil covered the entire cos
tume, giving it a most elegant and
exquisite appearance. Miss Katie
Ward and Miss M. Ward, brides
maids, wore pink Surat vsilk cos
tumes, elaborately adorned with
pink silk gauze and ribbon panels
and bows. The groomsmen were
Mr. Chas. Ilustace, Jr., and Mr.
The Old Plantation was covered
in front with a multitude of lanterns
and an array of flags artistically
arranged. The Hawaiian Band,
which was stationed in front of the
house, played pretty airs through
out the evening. A luxurious feast
was spread in the large dining room.
Dancing began early in the evening,
and continued until midnight. The
scene was indeed gay.
Among the elaborately dressed
ladies were: ller Majesty the
Queen, 11. R. H. Princess Liliuoka
lani, II. 11. II. Princess Likclikc,
Mrs. Dr. McWayne, Mrs. Jaeger
and Mrs. W. E. Foster. Mrs. Dr.
McWayne wore a white silk cos
tume tiimmcd with deep oriental
flounces. The skirt was draped
over in front and ornamented with
red ribbons The corsage was of
white silk, the girdle led satin and
the sleeves lace. Mrs. Jaeger wore
a very elaborate costume of cream
colored lace, ornamented with gold
colored ribbons. Mrs. W. E. Foster
wore ecru lace over old gold colored
and red ribbons.
The wedding presents wore numer
ous, and as they stood on and about
the piano in the parlor, presented a
superbly grand and dazzling sight.
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani pre
sented the bridal couple with a solid
silver lish knife and fork. A case
of silver spoons was received from
His Excellency Gov. J. O. Dominis.
A handkerchief of lace, made by the
grandmother of the groom, was also
among the presents. A pretty stand
from Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Robertson
was received ; a silver cake basket
from Mr. H. J. Nolte; a massive
solid silver spoon from Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Carter; a silver pitcher and
mug with stand from MY. and Mrs.
W. E. Foster; two silver napkin
rings from Cousin Julie ; a vase fioin
Mrs. R. M. Fuller; a handsome
cushioned parlor rocker from Mr.
J. A. Morgan ; a lofty bronze stand
from Dr. McW.iyne ; a large picture
from Miss and William Love; a
a silver soup ladle from Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Paty; a case of silver
tea spoons from Mrs. J. S. Walker;
a silver card case from Mrs. John
Nott; a large silver table spoon
from Mr. W. 11. Castle; two silver
napkin rings from Mr. and Mrs.
Sam. Parker; a beautiful silver
ornament, representing an old
fashioned well with bucket, from
Mr. Fred. Whitney; a table stand
from Miss Annie Hustaco ; a silver
cake dish from Mrs. C. Ilustace; a
silver fls.h spoon from Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Robinson ; a silver card case
from Miss Nellie Bolles; a vase
from Mrs. A. A. llaalelea ; a mag
nificent silver butter dish with
knives from Messrs. E. O. Hall &
Son ; table stand from Mr. and Mrs.
M. R. Colburn ; a silver butter knife
from Miss Annie S. Walker; a vase
from Mrs. T. W. Everett ;a silver
butter disli from Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas; a fine table cover from
Mrs. G. E. Boardman ; a silver
sugar bowl from Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Foster ; a silver water pitcher
from Mrs. A. Perry; two silver
napkin rings from Mr. Jas. G.
Savage ; a sewing mncliino from Mrs.
Jaeger; an order on E. O. Hall
& Son's for a silver tea set from
Mechanics Engine Co. No. 2 ; be
sides many pieces of needle work
and other ornaments.
Among those present were Ills
Majesty tho King, Her Majesty the
Queen, II. R. II. Princess Liliuoka
lani, II. R. II. Princess Likelike,
His Ex. Gov. J. O. Dominie, Hon.
Ciiicf Justice and Mrs, Judd, Hon.
J. S. Walker, the Misses Walker,
Col. Curtis P. Iaukea, Hon. Paul
and Mrs. Neumann, Major and Mrs.
Gulick, Major and Mrs. Rosa, Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Paty, Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Carter, Mr.' and Mrs. M.
Iouisson, Mr. and Mrs- Jaeger, Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Robinson, Dr. anil
Mrs. MoWnyne, Mr. and Mis, W,
E. Foster, Mr, and Mrs. Win. Fos
ter, Mr. II. Mclntyro, Miss Muhi
tyre, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ilustace,
Mrs, Kvorptt, Mrs, Jlaajelea, Mr.
and Mrs, G, E, Boardman, MY,
and Mrs, G. O. Berger, Mr. and
Mrs, Sam, Parker, and others.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ilustace,
who will reside in a cottage near tho
Old Plantation, have tho best wishes
of a host of friends. May they liavo
a prosperous reign and an ever
THE SURPRISE EXCURSION TO WAI-ANAE.
Yesterday morning, in accordance
with previous announcement, tho
steam schooner Surprise, with a
party of excursionists, sailed on a
trial trip to Waianoe and return, for
tho purpose of testing her Blcmning
and sailing powers, and to givo her
contemplated purchasers (Pacific
Navigation Co.) an opportunity of
judging her fitness for the island
At8:10 o'clock the schooner let
go her lines, and steamed lo sea. A
crowd of people assembled on the
wharf, gave a parting cheer as tho
vessel glided into tho stream. The
steamer Waialealc and the tug Eleu
blew a salute, and the Kapiolani
bath-house people dipped their
Hags, as the steamer proceeded.
She was 8 minutes from the wharf
to the lighthouse, and 13 minutes to
the spnr buoy.
Having cleared the passage the
vessel was headed for Barber's
Point. All sails were set before a
light breeze, and the schooner
.dipped her nose to a slight swell, at
tho rate of Gfr knots per hours. At
9:30, Mr. Whighani, a passenger,
looking very pale, went below to in
spect Mr. P.. B. Thomas's bricks,
17,000 of which were kindly left in
the vessel by Mr. Thomas for bal
last. At 9 :-10 saluted the steamer
Jas. Makec, off Pearl River, bound
The bieezc having stiffened a
little, the schooner bounded along
at the rate of 7 knots, and the view
became interesting. Honolulu in
the distance astern, with Punch
bowl Hill and Diamond Head,
looming up conspicuously. On the
right was a long lino of hills, taper
ing gradually to a beach of white
sand. Between the shore and
steamer were half a dozen canoes
with fishermen. To the left was a
bioad expanse of sea, and ahead was
At 12:10 anchor was dropped off
Waianac landing. The landing was
ciowded with plantation hands, who
yelled frantically for the schooner
not to come too near. After lunch
aboard, the steamer's boats were
lowered, and the excursionists
Parties rambled through the mill',
to the school house, and over the
cocoanut groves and cane fields.
The mill was being cleaned, pre
paratory to the next grinding. The
cane looks fine. The school con
ducted by Mr. Atwaler, is booming,
and the entire surroundings possess
a very inviting appearance, with
neatly white-washed houses, and
perfect order. Those who visit
ed the school were treated to songs
b3' the scholais, while others who
met friends were regaled with poi,
fish, and fresh cocoanuts. Having
but little time to visit the place, and
the heat being too intense, a de
scription of the plantation is out of
At 2. -10 anchor was weighed and
the vessel headed for Honolulu.
Sails were hoisted to a brisk wind.
Some of the party succumbed to the
agonies of sea sickness. The sun
had set, the young moon had paid
her respects and retired, and as the
gloom of night advanced a melancho
ly sentiment prevailed."
Wnen approaching the harbor a
small schooner off the port bow was
nearly run down. The guide light
not being very brilliant, the course
was a little dubious, and several
knowing seamen gave contrary
orders at the same time. The
steamer bumped against the wharf
at 7. -15, and five minutes later the
excursionists were landed.
The Surprise is a splendid sea
boat, well adapted for rough seas
and strong winds. As a steamer
she is fair, and wilno doubt make
a good island packet. She will go
on the Marine Railway to be clean
ed and further examined and if
purchased, will be transferred in
November next. The price asked
A SORREL HORSE, with wh'te
f.iee; no hrind. Owm'i- cm huvo
srinio by paying for ndv niseniont.
Apply at LVES liAKEUY,
15 If . 7.1 Ni iinuu Slieet.
rpiIK SfOnClli LDKUS of the C.
JL Bitwi'wi-r ii Company, LM, arc
hereby int'lkd lm u dividuml ot Two
Dollnri a thaiu is duu and p lyably at'the
oflkc 1 1" tho ( '( iimai y. Queen Sired, T.
inoi row, Ouiohci M
J. 0. CARTI3H,
)!) !1 See'y C Biewor it Comp.w.y, LM.
New York Line !
MES3HS. W. 11. CROSSMAN & BHO
will havu aa Al venae! loading in
this Lino to K-iivo in all N vomlrr. Or
dirs thotild go l'mwaid by "Wilmington"
to unsure uhlpimmt.
Tim gr uti r part of ouli-rn sent f. u waul
by Mail of October 2Dr,l, will piobally
also bo in season.
15 CAvrLB fc COOKE, Agents.
fc YOUNG YVIDO.r LI)Y desires
V upliicuiiin family in light linusu
1; cuing ami t iking oiro f Imhy; Is
willing to iinku herolf geneially useful,
A YOUNG WOMAN, ducnted, de.
lites a-po-ition ns UovcrniBi in a
finally, or as Coinpauioaito a Lndy, has
no cbjecilnn to light house work. Has
been on tho Islands some years, and oau
Apply to or address
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
V iw Campbell's Block.
Assignee's Sale 1
By order of Y
of ilio ctlalc of
I. l McLnuclilln. a
bankiupl. I will "ill at Public Auction,
nl the rcMdrnco of said .1. V. MoLiiugh
lln, on Punchbowl sited, on
Monday, October 4-th, 1886,
At 10 o'clock a. m ,
The whole of bin Household Furniture
and filed1, consisting of
.Slrel Hiignivuig, Water Colors,
Tuikltli hugs, Vulvul Hug, B Yv
Side Homd, KUcu-lon Dining Table
3 B. W. Bedroom Sots Comploto
1 1'lno llcdroom Set Complete, 1 Ash
Bedstead, 1 B W Bedstead, I Pine
Bedstead, 1 Child's Bed and 2 Cribs
I Fancy Plush Table,
OjNJE 1SI30NV TABLIC
4 Ehony Chair. :i Blionv Stool?, 1
a Small Ebo y Tables,
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware
Lamps, Mistresses, Mosquito Ne,is,
Chamber Set?, Cornices and Cur.
tain-, Unrdiobe , Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Uienslls, Etc., Etc.
WHITE COCKATOO, with
yellow tonii-1. Finder will be r.-
wnded by lemming same to 181) Nuu.
anustiuel. 4i 3t
HOOD NATIVE SALESMAN.
Apply at tho Bulletin Ofllce.
O PURCHASE A TOP BRAKE,
Auurissl'. O. Iiox89
NEITHER the Cartitn nor tho Asents
of t u-lliitis'iSliip '-Annum" will
he re-pons hie lb. any debts con
ti.ut d by the crew in thispot.
O. W. .M AtFAItLANE &, CO.
THE UNDERSIGN: D having b-cn
A appoint d as Assignee of the tlrm-
oi long l en unit lorlc Kee, bankrupts,
nil poivsuiis indebted t.o said Arm are
Inn by nuititd to ay th- lamu to the
uud rsignul. W. V. PARKE,
Horn lulu, Sept. SM, 18'0. 40 3t
Choice Property for Sale.
LOT CORNER OP FORT AND
School streets, belonging to Mr.
M. Louibson. Enquire at the olllce of
AL S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
281m Queen Street?.
SUPKEMBU COUItT of the Ha
waiian Inlands. In the matter of
the Baiikiiiptcy of LEE "WING KEE,
alias Mau Kau. Before Preston, ,T.
Lee ing Kee, alias Mau Kau, doing
buhiness in Naalehu, Kau, Itland of Ha
waii, having Hits day been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of ing "Wo
Mtutfuo, it h omercu mat all credi
tors of said bunkmpt como in and prove
their claims befoie me, at my Chambeis,
On Saturday, Oct. 2nd, 1886,
from 10 a. m. to 12 m.
It is further ordered that, upon
said day, the creditors proce-cd to
bold the ELECTION of an ass-ignee or
assignees of said bankrupt estate, and
thai notice heieof be published in Ihe
Chinese Newspaper of Honolulu, of Sat
urday, September 25, 1880, and in the
Daily Bui li:ti'n twice, viz : Wednesday,
September 29th, and Friduy, October 1st,
Dated Honolulu, Sept. 24, 1880.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: J. H. Riust,
2nd Deputy Cleik. 44 2t
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER NlcholV vtoie, Port stnet,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portraits and views. Fiist-class
wnik. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GONSALVES.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received a few more
Tho Splendid Al Iron Sttam Ship
Will tail for Yokohama and Hong Kong
ou or about
OCTOBER 8th, '86.
For freight and passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO, Agents.
' FOIt SALE.
Haw'n Carriage) Manf'g'Cn., g 00 100
E. O. Hall & Bonnew issue) 100 100
Hell Telephone, 3!1 10
C. Hrower & Co., 101 100
Woodlawn Dairy, 00 100
Wuiluku Sugar Co., 07 100
Waimanalo, 170 100
Star Mill, 4-8 GOO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., 60 10C
Ice Company, 87 100
Iuter-Island S. N. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON,:Stock llrokoi
38 Merchant Street. Iftl ly
The undersigned will m-1 al public
auction, by ordir of 'W. (J Paike. As
slgnto of J. V. Mt'L.UU!lLlNn Van.
krupt, at the auction iooiih of Ihe under,
signed In Honolulu, on
.Saturday, Octohor 2nd, 1885
At 12 o'lbck, noon, the
as per schedule, together with Ihe build.
Inbs situate tlifuun mid tin- le m of mid
jot The lease is 'or un ji-nih fioin the
1st day of Febrwaiv, If-b't, and ml.ject
t it monthly rent of Vftfuil. pny ble in
advatiu , and the nut 1- aid up to Sep
tember t!0, 188(1, and al) ihe buildings
C'in bo leiuoved al the expiration of mid
There Is a paid up INSURANCE pel.
Icy on the properly to the !Mth dnv of
October, 1880, for -1,000.
The Laundry is in good wuikiig ol
der, mid enn be cMuulncd nl mi hue
prior to the tale An Invcntoiy can bo
seen at the Auction Room.
TKRMS CASH. Deeds at expense of
E. P ADAMS & CO.,
'!! 8t Auctioneers.
By order of Hon. A. F. JUDD c will
st 11 ut Public Auction,
On Saturday, October 2, 1886
Atta o'clock noon, on the picmbcj,
One Wooden Building,
Lately occupiid by the Louvre of
One Wooden JBuildiugr,,
Occupied by Jinx Eckait.
Pureha--er to remove buildiijgi within
7 days fr m day of Mile.
JSf" TERMS CASH.
KAXI AUCTIOX SAlji: nv
Wc Jiave received instructions from MR.
L. U. KERR, to so'l at Public Auction,
. On Monday, October, 4th,
At 10 o'clock a. in., at our Saleroom,
Queen Street, (ON A CREDIT
TO THE TRADE), his
entire Stock of
Consisting in part of
. Worsted Trowsersings,
Suitings, Diagonals, Serces,
Flannels and Trimmings,
Of all des-ciiptions; being the Largest
AhBortnum ot Tailois' Goods evei
ofl'eicd at Auction here.
The above are all new and Fashionable
Goodb selected for the mra-mit. ei.-ian..
Among tho Stock are a large number of
S ngle Suit pieces, and a quantity of
Shoit Lengths Miitnble for Family use.
Also a few Full Pieces, suitable for
Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES
1 Ofllce Debit, 1 Clock,
1 Clieval Glabs,
Also at 12 o'clock noon will bo sold,
Lease of Ihe Store and Fittings:
For 2 cms mid li months frrnn October
1st, 188'i, with pnvilege of 5 eais .
Iloiifo and Lot oir'the Pauoa
Valley Road, near tho now
Punchbowl Stieet ltrlrl,
House contains R roomi-', Ilatlnooin,
Kitchen and Pantry. Outhoiu-o consist
ing of Stable, Carriage House and liar,
nchs room. Tho giounds uie planted
with choice trees. To be sold for $ 1,700
cash. Apply to
J JL JIONSAKRAT,
1" tf No, 27 Mei chant Street
Tho Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on lumd for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assortment of
415 Bar iron. Hy
WILDEK'S H. . CO.,,
Leaves Honolulu ouch Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Laliaina, Maa,
iaea Bay, Mukuna, Maliukona, Ka.
walhao, Laupalioolioe and Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all tlm
uloyo ports, urrlving at Honolulu
pnoli Ruin' 'u -iftri ii"in
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
ri '. w. kawijIkh,
'Win highest Cash value for any quan.
Illy of Tallow.
Honolulu Moap IVorltH, Iclco
Hell Telephone 2il. P O. Uox 4
108 No, CONuuanu fctrect. ly
O LUSO 1IAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with tho Poitupieso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,,
servants or any other helps, will ilnd it
the most prolltablu way to advertise In
tho Luso ilawaiiauo, tho new organ of.
tho Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
lished on Merchant stuct, Gazette Build
ing, (Post-Onicc Letter Uox 35.), and
only charges leasonablp rates for adver
tisements. iJ&g&j. .fchitfr Wuli&id '