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l & Co., BANKERS
llonolulu, Hawaiian Islamic
Draw Exchange on tlio
Banlc oi California, -IT.
And thuir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONOi
Messrs. N. M. Itotli?chlhl& Son, London
The Coimncrulnl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrclnl Unnk Co., of Sydney,
The flank of New Zealand: Aucklntid,
Chrlstchurch, anil Wellington,
The Unnk of Hrltlsh Columbia, Vic
torln, B. U., nnd I'ortliind, Or.
Transact a General Uanklug ItuMuu".
Fledged to ntlthor Beet nor I'arty.
Bit established for tbo benefit of nil.
AN ERROR CORRECTED.
According to the Advertiser Mr.
Kaiilukou said in the debate, in tlio
House touching the abolition of tax re
receipts at elections, the day before
yesterday, thaftherchndriuver been
anything wrong with the tax receipts
until the Planters' Labor and Supply
Company was organized." The
precise meaning is not very clear,
but we presume it to be that the law
requiring the production of tax re
ceipts at the polls had not been
turned to a corrupt use prior to the
formation of the company named,
or that tax receipts had not, up to
that time, been bought up or other
wise secured by unscrupulous poli
ticians and used for their benefit on
the dav of election. If this be the
meaning intended, the lion. Gentle
man is in error. The Advertiser
supports Mr. Kaulukou, and asserts
that his statement "is notoriously
true." The Advertiser knows noth
ing about it. Or if it does. it( pie
judiccs arc not favoiable to truth.
We arc too familiar with both the
public and seciet history of the past
ten or dozen years to be gulled by
wild assertions, that may pass as
gospel truth among moie recent ar
rivals. The trade in tax receipts was
begun prior to the election of eight
years ago, and at that election was
practised pretty extensively heie in
Honolulu. Now, the Planter.-)' Labor
and Supply Company was not in
existence at that time. To be sure,
the evil has grown to vastly increased
proportions since the peiiod named,
and reached a gigantic size at the
last election, when tax receipts were
purchased by the score and the
hundred with grog and hard cash.
Public men and public journals can
never gain permanent advantage by
misrepresentation and falsehood.
Truth and candor will secure thcin
respect and confidence, even of their
THIS AND THAT.
The member of the Assembly who
records his "Yks Sik," in the loud
est and boldest tone on the out
rageous appropriations of the peo
ple's money which have prevailed,
during the past few days, is one of
the honorable members for Honolulu,
Mr. Lilikalani. The emphatic man
ner in which the honorable gentle
man registers his approval of these
expenditures, is one thing, and the
fact that ho owns no properly on
which taxes may be levied to help
supply the treasury, is, of course,
quite a different matter.
THE FLY NUISANCE.
There is a universal drawback to
the enjoyment of eating in all res
taurants. We refer to the flies that
prevade all the tables at eating
houses. They rise and Hettle on the
end of 'a man's nose whilst he is
trying to masticate a beef steak or
something tougher. It does not tend
to increaso the appetite or assist di
gestion. It invaribly brings forth a
blessing (?) on the pioprietor's
head, or a resolution never to enter
the establishment again. Changing
to another is of no use
Flics everywhere. And
we may naturally ask, why should it
be so? Can these winged torturers
not be exterminated from the break
fast and dinner tables? Of course
Let punkahs be kept going over
the tables and thcie will be no rest
for the ilies. It has been tried
here. Surely the warm weather
warrants the use of punkahs. Charge
ten cents more for the meal. At
any rate try it and the patrons of
the house that has punkahs nnd no
flies will be Legion.
in a criminal court: The Judge
Notwithstanding your denial, we
cannot believe you, Here are three
witnesses that saw you commit the
offense. Defendant Three wit
nesses I What are three witnesses
out of 8G,000,000 inhabitants;
J "Fnnur, October 1st.
House, met at 9:30. Prayer by
the Chaplain. Present: Ministers
Gibson, Creighton, Kanoa; Nobles
Dominis, Hush, Kapena, Walker
(President), S. Parker; Hens. Hay
selden, Keau, Lillknlani, Kauhi,
Annua, Kaulla, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kaunaiuaiio, Wight, Nahalc, Na
hinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau, Hieh
urdMin, Dickey, Kaai, Paehaole,
Kauai and Pnlohau.
Minutes were rend and appioved.
Hep. Kalua moved thu house take
up the third reading of the military
The President .said the bill had
not been repotted back, engrossed.
15cp. Kaulukou moved to take up
the Appropriation Hill.
Hep. Kaunamauo moved the house
take up the consideration of the
opium bill. Carried.
Second rea'ding of the bill to.icgu
late till1 importation and sale of
The bil wag rend by title.
Rep. Kaunamand lnovciHl be re
ferred to the Sanitary Committee.
Hep. Kalua moved it be indefi
Hep. Kaulukou moved the pre
vious question. Carried.
On the vote being taken, there
appeared for indefinite postpone
ment Kuiholani, Hush, Parker,
Kalua, Hiohardson, Dickey, Thurs
ton, Paehaole 8.
Against Uibsbn, Creighton, Ka
noa, Dominis, Kane, Kapena, Ilay
solden, Keau, Lilikalani, Haker,
Aiuara, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kaunamauo, Xahiuti, Aholo, Kaai,
Kaukau, Kauai, Pnlohau 21.
The bill was lcferred to the Sani
-Minister Creighton moved the
item, King's Guard. $78,000, be
The same Minister moved to in
sert, Military and Naval. Organiza
tion and Staff as provided for by
Heps. Thurston and Dickey op
posed ihe item,
The ayes and noes being called,
there appeared for the item Gib
son, Creighton, Kanoa, Dominis,
Kuihelani, Hush, Kane, Kapena,
Parker, llnysolden, Keau, Lilika
lani, Haker, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pa
hia, Kaunamauo, Nahale, Nabinu,
Aholo, Kaukau, Kaai, Kauai 2.'1.
Against Kauhi, Amara, -Wight,
Richardson, Dickey, Thurston, Pae
haole, Palohau 8.
Minister Gibson moved to insert
an item, Purchase of Government
Steam Launch, $100,000. The
vessel was needed to cruise in the
inter-waters to prevent smuggling.
If commissioners are sent to Somoa,
it will be befet for them to be sent
by the Government in its own
vessel; and the vessel will prove
useful to go on expeditions for the
rescue of shipwrecked seamen.
Hep. Thurston addressed the
house both in Knglish-and Hawaiian,
against the item.
Hep. Wight was 'opposed to this
appropriation. Members will re
turn to their constituents, congratu
lating them on the votes passed for
wharves and other improvements,
but' all that they will ever sec of
the improvements will -he the items
in the Appropriation Hill.
Hep. Hayselden moved the pre
vious question. Carried.
Hep. Dickey moved the ayes and
noe be taken.
The ayes and noes were called,
whdn there appealed lor the item:
Gibson, Creiglitou. Kanoa, Kuihe
lani, Bush, Kane, Kapena, Parker,
Kaulukou, Pahin, Kaunamano, Na
hinu, Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau, Dole,
Kauai, Palohau. 22. '
Against Kauhi, Amara, Kaulia,
Wight, Nahale, Hichard-on, Dickey,
Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole. 10.
Hep. HayrahU'ii moved re-con-sideiation
and also the previous
Hep. Dole seconded re-consideration,
but had the Hour, before the
previous question was seconded, and
spoke againsl the item in English
Hep. Palohau spoke in favor' of
The motion to re-consider was put
Hep. WighC lose
to a point of
privilege. Dining a -few minutes
of iinsnoidublc absence, this morn
ing, the opium bill was sprtnm upon
the limine, and the cowardly and
unmannerly practice of moving the
previous question to shut oil' dis-
i mission wtib adopted, , lie wanted to
, ue l,Ilt 0I record as opposed to tlio
Minibfer Gibson moved
an item Kunning expenses
eminent vessel, go0,000.
Hep, Thin ston moved tlio ayes and
noes ho called.
Ayes and noes were called, when
there appeared for the item Gib
son, Cicighton, Kanoa, Kuihelani,
Hush, Knue, Kapena, Parker, llay
Hclden, Keau, Lilikalani, Haker,
Kaulukou, Pahia, Kuuunniniio, Na
hale, Nubian, Aholo, Kaukau,
Kauai, Palohau 21.
Against Bishop, Kauhi, Amara,
Kaulia, Wight, Kalua, Richardson,
Dickey, Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole,
JIouso took recess to 1 :30-i ji.
House resumed at 1 :lti,
Minister Gibson repotted the mili
tary bill signed by His Majesty.
Hep. Thurston presented the re
port of the eomlhitted on ndullcra3
tion of coffee, with a draft of a sub
Hep. Nahale moved the rcpoitbo
Tlio Mime member moved the bill
he icad a second time by title.
The bill passed to engrossment, to
be read a thlid time on Saturday.
Third reading of the Appropria
tion Hill (continued.)
Minister Gibson moved to illicit
$200,000 instead of S27f,0OO for
road damages and improvements of
Hep. Dickey moved the item
pass ns in the bill. If the grant was
for a man-of-war or some frivolous
object, the Minister would be ready
to vote any amount.
Hep. Thurston said a committee
had leported thatS2"o,000 would be
needed for the streets of Iloiiulillu.
Minister Gibson withdrew his mo
tion. The item passed as in the bill.
Hep. Keau moved to insert for Li
lllin stieet, S 1,200. Carried.
Hep. Kauhi moved to insert, im-
piovoinent of road, Kalihi to Moa
nnlua, SI, 000. Carried.
Hep. Aintira moved the item,
roads In Waialua, -1,01)0 be 84, -100.
Hep. Thurston moved the item
Hop. Kaiiuaninno moved thu item
pass as in the bill.
Passed at S 1,100.
Rep. Patohau moved to insert,
bridge at Kapaa 8-1,000. Carried.
Hep. Kauai moved the item,
hieakwator in stream at Waimea,
81,500, be 82,000. Carried.
Hep. Pnlohau moved to amend the
item, load from Nawiliwili to Kala
paki by adding the woids, "and
Hep. Hayselden moved to insert,
roads at Niihau, SoOO. Carried.
Hep. Palohau moved to insert,
laising the bridge at Auahola, SoOO.
Hep. Keau moved tp ipscrt,
81,000 for opening the road from
Kamakela to Smith's bridge, to Ka
makcla. Noble Hush moved to amend in
seitiug lor this purpose, 82,000.
He). Kcau moved to insert, exten
sion Kukui street to Liliha street,
Hep. Aholo said an estimate of
the cost ought to bo had before
voting the money.
The motion was put and lost.
Hep. Keau moved to insert, "ex
tending Mauuakea Blrect to Kukui
Hep. Hichaidson said no survey
has been made, and there is no esti
mate of the cost of the proposed ex
tension. Hep. Thurston thought this item
ought to be postponed until after
the man-of-war's launeicd.
The item a put and lost,
Hep. Dole moved to strike out the
item, bridge, Waimea, Kauai, balance
due to estate of J. G. Hayselden
arc contract, 82,121!. 11" Lost.
Hep. Dickey moved the jtem pay
of Messengers, Interior Department,
82,000, read, pay of messenger,
Hep. Hayselden moved to insert
here, S2.-100. Carried.
, Passed at S2,-100.
Minister Gibson moved the item,
Government printing, 80,000, he
Hep. Dole objected to the increase.
The Government was doing more
printing than was necessary.
Passed at 810,000.
Minister Gjbson said he had a new
item to proposod here.
Rep. Thurston "A hundred
The Minister continued and moved
to insert an item, purchase of the
Lunalilo lot, adjoining Ahiolani
Hale, 83,000. Carried.
Hep. Kaulukou moved the item,
Hawaiian Ramie Company, in aid of
ramie cultivation and manufacture,
2,f)00, be amended to read :
For the encouragement of the cul
tivation of ramie, to be expended in
accordance with chapter 48 of the
Session Laws of 1884, and not
otherwise, 810,000. Said there were
other persons cultivating ramie be
sides the Hawaiian Ramie Company.
'l lie machine useil liy tins company
was an old one.
Rep. Dole said, he thought that
Mr. Kaulukou knew more about a
"watermelon than u ramie machine.
This machine used by the company
was not an old one. ' The Govern
ment's agent had examined it, and
reported favorably on it, and the
late Minister of "the Interior said
that the company had earned its
Rep. Hayselden moved the item
be amended to lead as follows:
Kncouiagement of rapiip culture,
8.5,000, to bo paid planters of ramie
at the rate of 850 per acre for ramie
ready to he cleaned.
Rep. Thurston hoped theso amend
ments would not pass, nnd that tho
item would be voted for an iccom
nieuded by the committee. Tho
Hawaiian Ramie Company had gone
to a great deal of expense in the
Rep. Hayselden's amendment was
put and carried.
Rep, Hayselden moved the item,
Hawaiian Ramie Company, in aid of
of ramie cultivation and " manufac
ture, to bo paid lo such company
upon the exportation of ten or more
tons of ramie fibre, to be sold at not
less than 8100 a ton, 87,500, read:
Encouragement to the manufacture
of ramie, 85,000, to be paid at the
rate of 8200 for each top to the
owner or owners of tho best machine
or machines that will best prepare
the ramie for the market at the
lowest edst to the producer. Canicd.
Rep. Thurston moved to insert:
Hawaiian Ramie Company, for the
cultivation of rnniic, 82,500.
Hep. Hayselden wanted to know
what the company have done.
Rep. Thurston said their opera
lions were set forth in a report rend
some days ago, and proceeded to
state what the improvements and
outlay of the company were.
There being no quorum present,
tho house adjourned to 9:30 Satur
Satukday, Oct. 2d.
House met. Prayer by the Chap
lain. Present: Minister Dare;
Nobles Dominis, Cleghorn, Kuihe
lani, Hush, Kapena, Walker (Presi
dent), S. Parker; Reps. Hayselden,
Keau, Lilikalani, Amara, Kaulia,
Kaulukou, Pahia, Kuunamnno,
Wight, Nahale, Naliinu, Kalua,
-Aholo, Kaukati, Richardson, Dickey,
Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole, Kauai
Minutes read and approved.
Noble Cleghorn moved the house
ndjotirne to I) :3() Monday morning.
Kunon Bum.ktin: Through your
couitesy I was permitted, a few
weeks since, ' to express in your
columns, my opiuion relative to the
great evils which would result from
the passage of the "Opium Hill"
which is at thu present lime, biought
so prominently before this country.
Again I "would ask the privilege of
saving a few words, and of citing a
few of the highest authorities on the
subject of the moral and physical
effects of this drug. It is in no
spirit ot mere argument or partisan
feeling that J 'do tips, but because 1
realize so decjily, and earnestly the
terrible results which would How
from so fatally a retrogressive step.
It is no lightthing to cast votes in
favor of that 'which will be a physi
cal curse to a large portion of our
'community and he a stumbling block
in the way of their moral advance
ment. May the legislators of this
Kingdom realize tho solemnity ot
their trust and and act as true meir,
supporters of right and friends of
humanity ! Few in this Kingdom,
share, I would hope, the indifference
expressed in this morning's issue ot
the Advertiser, as to the elfect of
"free opium" upon the Chinese.
If this drug is an injury, a poison
to one race, then is it to all, to the
Hawaiian, the Chinese, the Japanese,
the Anglo-Saxon, the Poiluguese--to
all within our borders. As to the
effects of opium m general, here is
the testimony of Sir. Benjamin
Brodic backed up by twenty
four of the greatest medical
authorities of England. "However
valuable opium may be when em
ployed as an article of medicine it is
impossible for an' one who is ac
quainted with the subject to doubt
that the habitual use of it produces
the most pernicious consequences,
rendering the individual who in
dulges in it a worse than useless
member of society. I cannot but
regard those who promote the use
of opium as an article of luxury as
inflicting the most serious injury
upon the human race." The Adver
tiser speaks of opium as "necessary
to the health and comfoit of China
men." This is what Sir Thomas
AVade, "wliose long residence in
China, whpse attainments in the
language, and whose official position
at Peking, entitle him to confi
dence," says: "It is to me vain to
think otherwise ,of the use of the
drug in China than as of a habit
many times more pernicious, natur
ally speaking, than the gin and
whiskey drinking, which we deplore
at home. It takes possession more
insidiously and ..keeps its hold as
tenaciously. I know of no case of
radipal pure. It has issued in every
case within my knowledge, in the
steady descent, moral and physical,
of the smokor, and is so far a greater
mischief than drink." Dr. S. Wells
Williams, whose;"h)jddle kingdom,"
is the standard work on China and
the Chinese, says: "The testimony
regarding the evil effect of the use
of this pernicious drug, which de
serves better to. be caled an 'arti
cle of destruction than an 'article
of luxury,' are so unanimous that
few canbefpundtobtaud up strongly
in its favor."" Again, Rev. B. O.
Henry, the author of the work entitled
"The cross and the Dragon," which
has recently appeared and which
treats especially of affairs in the
Kwong-Tung Province, from which
nl the Chinese in the Hawaiian
Islands come, Says, "It (the opium
habit) saps a man's physical
vitality, It stupelles his intellect,
destroys his moral sensibilities, and
ruins his. manhood entirely," I
might cite a laigo number 6f simi
larly emphatic statements, but thero
are certainly siilllcient to show Iiqw
deadly a curse is tho vice which
springs from the use of opinion. In
stead of removing restrictions, let
every effort bo made to keep out so
far as possible this drug Jroin tfe
Kingdom. In the name of our com
mon humanity, of the blessed reli
gion of Him who taught the world
the meaning of universal brother
hood, let us strive to reach out a
helping hand to, not lay a curso
upon, anv member of the human
Very truly Yours,
F. W. Damon,
llonolulu, Oct, 2, 1880.
FOIIEICU NEWS SUMMARY.
The S. Si Mararoa from San
Francisco arrived at G o'clock tills
moi ning with dates to the 23rd
A terrific windstorm passed over
Michigan. In several instanced
bains were totally wrecked or blown
away, while the hoiscs and cattle
were left uninjured on the site of
buildings. Flat Hock leports the
storm as having divided, going
north and south. Little damage
amis done in that town, but a huril
cane was leported from south of
that place. From Adrian conies a
similar leport. Houses were dam
aged and trees blown down and
European troubles continue to de
velop. Russia is trying to make a
eatspaw of French vanity to stir up
unpleasantness between the Porte
and the British Cabinet over Egypt.
Active coriespondenee is going on
with respect to its continued occu
pation, the Turks complaining of
the little attention paid to Mouk
tai's proposal and of want of faith
on the pint of England. Turkey Is
pressing in fact, to have a date fixed
for the withdrawal of English troops.
Russia's hand does not appear. .The
French Embassy alone is moving,
but it is well understood that a de
sire to please Russia is the motive
of this policy of the French foreign
olllce. Thirty thousand pounds
have just been remitted to Mouktar
Pasha, for the puiposc of woiking
up thu local Egyptian discontent
against English occupancy.
The Danish Government has pro
hibited the circulation in Den
maik of tho Danish Pioneer, pub
lished in Omaha, Nov. No specinl
reason was given for the prohibi
tion. An attempt has been made to
assassinate Hraliano, the Houmanin
Prime Minister. The assassin was
ariesled and locked up, lleconfcssed
that he attempted to kill Hraliano
for political reasons.
The Russians in Bulgaria deny all
complicity in the seizure and depo
sition of Prince Alexander. They
say! they consider now that the' ob
ject of the plot is lenioved, no one
can proceed against the actors in
Ihe plot. The Bulgarians rejoice
that the Bulgarian question has as
sumed moi e of un international char
acter. They think that this tends
to avert the danger of armed occu
pation. The Bulgarian Deputies
are anxious to know what candidate
for the Bulgarian thiouc would ho
acceptable to the Powers before pro
ceeding to the election of Prince
Alexander's successor, and they arc
unwilling to choose a candidate
whom the Powers might reject.
The Buudesratb has moved the
bill providing for a commercial
treaty between Germany and Spain.
The German Crown Prince, Fred
erick William, and his son, Prince
William, arrived at Metz. Their
arrival was signaled by salutes of
artillery and the ringing of all the
public bells. The town was decor
ated in gay colors, and the streets
forming the route to be traversed
by the princes were spanned by
triumphal arches. All the local so
cieties arrayed in full regalia, and
the children of public schools, in
their Sunday clothes, assembled at
the depot to bid the princes wel-'
The firm of J. Baum & Co., of 9
and 1 1 Sansomc Street, San Fran
cisco, has failed for nearly a million
dollars. The bankrupt firm were
wholesale clothiers with a branch in
New York, employing nearly 1,000
hands, In July last, Baum made a
statement to the banks, claiming an
excess of assets of more than 81)00, -
000 over liabilities. The house has
been in business since 1849. Among
the creditors are : Bank of Califor
nia, 8125,000; First National Bank,
855,000; London, Paris and Ameri
ca Bank, 825,000; Manicl Meyer,
810,000; Ilyman Bros. 810,000.
The Bicycle championship has
been forfeited by J. S. I'ri'nce of
Boston lo Fred Wood of England.
A llglit between John L. Sullivan
and Frank Hcarld drew a great
crowd, and thousands of people
were in the hall as fast as they
could buy tickets. The contest
proved to be, what was generally ex
pected, a desperate fight for biood.
While the men were yet struggling
in tho second round Chipf of Police
Murphy, witi a half-dozen officers
went on the stage, pulled thu furious
combatants apart and declared the
match ended. Then the referee
gave the fight to Sullivan and 3,000
peoplo growled their disappointment
over the brevity of the entertain
ment. The stato entry of the Marquis of
Londonderry in' Dublin was made
witli the usual demonstration, but
was devoid of incident. The Mar
quis was accompanied by his wife.
They wero received in West Land
Row by a crowd which cheered them
both. The Marquis of Londonderry
rode thither from the station on
horseback. Lady Londonderry as a
tribute to the Irish people, wore a
diess of white poplin, When the
couple departed from the railway
btation they were giceted with
cheers followed by groans, The
jimrquis reeojuied the greeting by
bowing with gaiety to tho ciowd.
The entire route from the railway
station to the Dublin Castle was
lined with troops. Tho buildings
were handsomely decorated and the
streets looked gay. The Ilibernia
Hunk building was conspicuous by
its total lack of flags, bunting or de
corations. The Kildare-street Club
house was filcd vyitli peoplo, In
Nassau slreot a banner was display
ed with the illustration "The Queen
and the Constitution." During the
pi ogress of the vice-regal proccssloit
the cheers everywhere accompanied
by gi oan.3. Thu royal party was
welcomed at the castle by a crowd
of loyalists, who cheered heartily.
There was also a hostile crowd there
which did its best to offset tho wel
come by cheering lustily for Pnrncll
and "United Irelend."
DR. M. OOTO,
l'liysn! in ,.ivl Surgeon,
Ll.l'ltOtoY .V SIT.tlALTV.
Oflk'c hums at Knbiako fr.nn ! to 11
a.m. ewry iluy ix-ipt Sunday?. Will
vlsli patient h ul ilicir residence ly re
ifUfsi. All olhtr Ulscni"4 treated at hU oulce
corner of 1'iiiich hi wl nnd llcretuiln Sts.
Okkkk Ilotnn 1 to 5 r. it.
47 dm 8 to 1'2 a. m. Sundays
Go and Sec the Elephant!
Fun for tho Thousands !
GRAND ENTERTAINMENT !
To-niht ! To-night I
iroKr w'X'iusis'x1 lot.
Als), io ii nd fee the Great
Lightning Tooth Extractor !
TKI.TII EXTRACTED FREE OF
(JIJAHGE. A pioprlutnry Health
Medicine sold nnd guaranteed.
Everybody Welcome ! !
T II JS
Will re- n n SATURDAY KVKN
1N15, n ihu eld Stand,
COR. KING & NUUANU STS.,'
A Hot Lunch will served at 8 o'clock.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
nnilKUE will be ii Spui i d Meeting of
X thuSlinrclmldci'sof theReeiprocitv
Sushi- Co., to be held at the offlee of "V.
G. I. win A; Co , on MONDAY, October
4th, 18S0, tt 12 si.
WALTER S. HANKS,
7 It Stc'yR.S Co.
A WHITE COCKATOO, with
' yellow lopm t. Finder will be re
warded ly iciiirulng same to 180 Nuu
niiii fetieet. U 3t
A HOOD NATIVB SALESMAN.
Apply at the Kui.Mi.tin Olllce.
NEITHER IheCai.titti nor the Agents
of tut! Biitisli Ship '-Amunn" will
be responsible for any elubts cop.
trattid by the crew in this poit.
O. V. MACFARLiYNE & CO.
43 at Agcut.
THE UNDERSIGNED liming been
appointed u Assignee of the firm
of Yong Yen and York Kee, bankrupts,
all persons indebted to said firm are
lure. by notified to pay th muic to the
uuehrsiguid. -V, C, PARKE,
Horn lulu, Sept. 21, 18-0. 40 3t
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just received a few more
The Splemld Al lion Strum Ship
Will i all for Yokohama and Hrng Kong
on or about
OCTOBER 8th, '86.
Per .freight and passage apply lo
H. HACKFELD & CO, Agents.
, FOK SALE.
Ilaw'nCniriiigaMiuif'fi'Cn., $ (10 1P0
E. O. Hall & Bon, (Mw iS3Uo)"lOO 100
Hull Telephone, 3!1 1(1
C. Brewer & Co., 101 100
Woodlnwn Daily, 00 100
Walluku Sugar Co,, 07 100
Walmannlo, 170 100
Star Mill. Qjas BOO
Reciprocity Sugar Co., f-0 IOC
Icu Company, 87 100
Inter.Iidand S. N. Co., 105
L. A THURSTON 'Stock UrokC1
3 Merclninl Street 151 ly
6 LUSO IIAWAIIANoT-
ALL persons ho want to roinnmnl
cuto -with tho Poitupuese, either
for biibincsH, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will And it
tho most prolan ble way to advertise In
the Luso Ilawmiiaiio, the now orgnn of
tho PortUL'ueso colony, which is pub.
lulled on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
lug, (Post-Offico Letter Box E.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adver.
Hy order of V (. I'AllK'b, Asilgnuo
of thu Mtnlc of .1. F. McLmurhlhi, a
bankrupt, I will nil at Public Auction,
nt tho residence of paid .). W. Mol.imch.
lln, on Punchbowl nitcct, on
Monday, Octobor 4ih, 1086,
.At 10 oVlock n. in ,
Thu whole or lit lit u iliold Furniture
and (ill'ci;l, consisting of
U."0.1. 1E".8l3,vU,"!, Wilc-r Colors
'Iurkloh hup, ulu bug-, It
Side Hoiud, KxU'iislw ''n.iugTnbic
3 B. W. Bedroom Sots Complolo
1 Pino Uedtooin Hut l onipletu, 1 Ash
Hed.stead, 1 Ii V IleiNlead, I Pine
ItiMlxtcnd, 1 Child's Hid nnd 'J C!ril)s
1 Fnney.Phisli Table,
ONE EUONY 'r.Vl'.r.HJ
I Ebony Olmlrp, 11 Kbimv Siool , 1
J Small Eho .y Tublex,
Crockery, Glass and Plated "Waro
I.niiipf, Mattresses, MiiMpillo Nets,
Chamber Sot?, Cornices and Cur.
' tnhih, Wnnliohc , Veranda Lounge,
And Cooking Utensils, Etc., lite.
RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST
ortliq said J. F. M eL nigh 1 1 n in and lo a
eeraln linso between tlio said J F Mc
Ltniglilln io a certnin.house Hiuinud on
Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, for Jho
term (f one year rrfim thu 1st dry if
Novcmbir, 18tf5,and with the privileges
of an extension of the said lem.ii f. r two
years 1 1 Mil ami altu thu 1st diy of
Novi mbni-, A. I) 18"0. Hunt is p iyi.b!e
monthly in iilvnnie, $' pir mouth, nnd
the water ratu of t aid premises to be pniel
JIt.VM AUCTIOX NAJ.r. OF
We have received instmntions livm MR.
L. H. KERR, lofo'l at Public Auction,
On Monday, October, 4th,
At 10 o'clock a. in , at our S:!e--ioom,
Queen Street, (ON A CREDIT
TO THE TRADE), his
entire Stock of
ConMsliug in, paitof
Suitings, Diagonals, Serees,
Flannels and Trimmings,
Of all descriptions) being the Largest
Atsorliniiu of Tailois' Goods ever
offered at Auction here.
The above arc all new and Fashionable
Goods selected for the present season.
Among the Stock are a large number of
fiingle Suit pieces, and a quantity of
Shoit Lengths miniule for Family use.
Also a feu Full Pieces, builable for
Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES
1 Office De.k, 1 Clock,
1 Clievul Glass,
AIeo at 12 o'clock noon will be sold
Lease of tho Store and Fittings
For 3 years and .3 mouths fnm Octobe
1st, 188r), with piivilege of 5 jeais .r
B- TERMS LIBERAL-approvccl.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
30 2w Auctioneer.
House and Lot off the Puuon
Valley Road, near tho now
Punchbowl Street Krirl.
House contains 5 room'-, Buthroom.
Kitchen and Pantry. Outhouse conslsl
ing of 8table, Carriage House aud liar
ncs room. The t'rouutU are nlanted
with choice trees: To be sold for ai,70O
cash. Apply to
J M. MONSARRAY,
Ifitf , No. 27 Mei chant Street
The Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on band for sale
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a gtueinl assortment of
415 Bar iron. Hy
WILDEB'8 1$. ft. CO.,
LeaveB Honolulu eaeli Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaliia, Mau
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ku
walbae, Laupaboehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tba
alove ports, urrivliig at Honolulu
wic.li Rutin. ' ulti iii"nii
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERfa
rN-JRiflM ''. W. ISAW JjIKN.
iMSiia r. -nr
IX ouujj lUiinuiuoturer.
the highest "asii value for
tity of ThIIow,
Honolulu Moup Work, I.eleo
Hell Telephone ail. I ,n. Hnx 4
No, CO Nuuauii fctiect.
New York Line
MEsans. w. ii. chossman & into,
will lmvo an Al vissel loading In
this Lino to leave in all N venibir. Or
fieri) should go Cowan! by "Wilmington"
to oiisiiKi shipment.
The greati r part of oidcr sent fnward
by Mall of October 3rd, will probably
also bo la 8CHSOU.
45 CASTLE ii COOKE, Agent.
fffCt I .-Ji A.M I w.,,'