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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13. 188G.
THE .OPIUM BILL PASSED.
The Opium Bill passed its final
reading this morning, and now
awaits the King's signature in older
to make it law. People of long
residence in this country, who have
had opportunities of witnessing and
studying the effects of licensed
opium, and of contrasting therewith
the results of prohibition, heartily
deplore the passage of tho bill.
During the discussion of the meas
ure, many cogent and incontrover
tible arguments were advanced
against it, and not a single argu
ment with any semblance of reason
brought forward in its favor. But
a majority of the House had deter
mined that the bill should pass, and
pass it did. To reason with heads
of wood is folly. The mischief is
done or as much as is in the power
of the House to do. But that body
lias not the power to 'give the force
of law to its own acts. This is the
King's prerogative. It is also his
prerogative to decline tho signature
without which legislative enactments
are null and void. An opportunity
is now offered His Majesty to veto a
vicious bill, the inevitable tendency
of which is the ruin of the Hawaiian
people, and it is sincerely hoped
that the King's superior wisdom will
be manifest in the exercise of the
Hoodlumism, larrikinism, or an'
other kind of general bad conduct
by youths on band concert nights,
ought to be corrected. As the paitics
imposed upon are not allowed to
inflict punishment, the Court ought
to do so with telling effect, when
the scape-graces are brought before
it. A case occurred last night at
Emma Square, which is now re
ported by special request. A gen
tleman came in from the country on
horseback to hear the music. He
hitched up his horse as usual, and
took a scat within the enclosure.
On completion of the concert, he
went for his horse, but it was gone.
A hack-driver who saw the whole
affair told the owner of the horse
what had happened. A boy came
out of the Square, let go the hitch
ing strap, mounted the animal and
rode off. The horse had not been
found up to noon to-day. The
writer has suggested to the owner
to prosecute the thief to the bitter
end. Schoolmasters conjointly with
parents have a wide field over which
to travel with their boys. It would
l)c indeed a treat, were boys to be
seen in tiie Square on band concert
nights, walking quietly around with
their friends or members of their
family, or else not to bo seen at all.
It is time all schoolboys were in bed,
before the final piece is played.
Early rising is general throughout
the kingdom, and it is hoped that
" early to bed " will soon becouio
as gen'eral among the juveniles. A
great deal might bo written on tho
subject of admonition to boys, but
our- merely mentioning the fact,
will, it is hoped, induce thoso who
have the immediate care and control
of boys to exercise their authority,
and thereby improve tho social
standing of youth generally. Thoso
who wield the staff of justice, know
exactly how far they may go, with
out breaking down the boy's spiiit,
or inflicting a blow on his parents.
The great prophet Moses said,
"Tho sins of tho father shall' bo
visited upon tho children until the
third and fourth generation, etc.,
etc.," but in this ago it appears that
the sins of tho bon shall lie visited
upon the parents unless the latter
look after tho former. Unlimited
precocity is to bo deprecated as
strongly as stupid bashfulncss.
Though immediate and universal
reform may not bo looked for, wo
believe that an improved condition
of affairs may bo anticipated, pro
vided action is taken in the right
120th day. Continued.
Hep. Kauuamano moved the sec
tion pais as amended. Carried.
Hep. Thurston moved to amend
section G, so as to impose tho same
penalties upon tho licensee as upon
tho illicit dealer. Carried.
Section G then passed as amended.
Pep. Blown moved to insert a
new scctidn to read :
Section 7. In addition to the
license prescribed by section 2 of
this act, it shall be incumbent upon
any person or persons desiring to
purchase or uso opium or any pre
paration thereof, that they obtain a
license from the Marshal or his
deputy, as herein before provided,
authorizing the intending purchaser
to use opium or any preparation
The same member moved an addi
tional section to read :
Section 8. The Marshal or his
deputy shall'issuc a license to par-.
ties applying, authorizing them to
purchase or use opium or any pre
paration thereof. The Marshal shall
keep a record of the name and resi
dence of every such person applying
for a license, which license shall
operate and be in force for the
period of one year. The record of
the parties licensed to use opium or
any preparation thereof may be in
spected by any person upon pay
ment of the sum of fifty cents. The
licensee shall only sell opium or any
preparation thereof to such persons
as 'shall have obtained from the
Marshal or his deputy a license, as
hereinbefore provided, authorizing
the, bearer to smoke or usp opium or
any preparation thereof. Any such
licensee that shall sell opium or any
preparation thereof to any person
or persons who have not obtained a
license as hereinbefore provided,
shall, upon conviction, be liable to
the tame penalties as are provided
by section G of this act.
Hep. Kauuamano did not approve
of this section.
Pep. Kiiulukou moved to insert
after the word "record," in the 2nd
sentence, the words "also a photo
giaph." The section was put and lost.
House look recess to 1 :30 o'clock.
House lesumed at 1:53.
Pep. Dicke3 moved to add a new
section, as follows:
Section 8. Nothing in this act
shall prevent any duly licensed phy
sician now empowered to use foreign
drugs from possessing opium or any
preparation thereof nor from fur
nishing the same to their patients
while under their personal treat
Pep. Blown moved to change sec
tion 7 to section 8. Carried.
The same member moved to add
to the section: "And such rules and
regulations, after, being duly pub
lished, shall have the force and
eifect of law, and upon any viola
tion thereof the party or parties so
violating the same shall be subject
to the penalties provided in section
G of this act." Cariicd.
The same member fuither moved
to strike out "four years," and in
hcit instead, "two j'ears."
Pep. Knunamano opposed the
The amendment carried, after
section pascd as
Pep. Brown moved beotion 8 read
section !), Carried.
The section paed,
Pep. Kaulukou moved to add :
Section 10. One-hall' of the money
penalties provided Jor by this Act
shall be paid to the party who gave
the information which led to the
conviction of the offender fined.
Section 9 in the bill was changed
to section 11,
Pep. Brown moved to amend by
adding the words, "Provided, how
ever, that should no license be issued
under the provisions of this Act that
then and in such case this Act shall
not be deemed to, nor shall it repeal
chapter 50, Laws of 188 1, as amend
ed by chapter G3 of tho Laws of
187G and chapter 18 of tho Laws of
Section 10 in the bill was changed
to section 12.
Tho enacting ojaubo being read,
Pep. Brown moved it bo indefin
itely postponed, also that tho ayes
and noes be taken on tho motion.'
Pep. Kiuimununo moved to pass
tho enacting clause,
The motion to indefinitely post
pone was put and lost on the follow
For Gibson, Creighton, Dnro,
Bishop, Dominis, Cleghorn, "Wilder,
Kuihelaui, Biihh, Parker, Kauhi,
Blown, Wight, Kalua, Thiirbtpn,
Against Knnoa, Kaae, Kcau,
Lilikalani, Baker, Ainara, Kuulia,
Kaulukou, Pahia, Kaunamano, Nn
hale, Nahinu, Aholo, Kaukau, Kaui,
Plchanlson, Paohaolo, Kauai, Palo
Tho enacting clause then passed.
Pep. Kauuamano moved the bill
pas3 to engrossment. Carried.
Pep. Kaulukou moved the bill bo
read a third timo on Wednesday.
Third leading of the bill to amend
the loan act passed September 1st,
Minister Dare moved to amend
section -1 by adding the words,
"piovidcd that hereafter no bonded
debt shall bo incurred, nor any bonds
issued prior to the maturity of tho
bonds issued hereunder unless pro
vision be first made for tho payment
of bonds issued under and in ac
coidanen with the provisions of this
Pep. Kaulukou moved the amend
Rep. Nnhale moved ludelluitu post
Pep. Aholo moved the further
consideration of the amendment be
defcired until Wednesday. Tills was
a new amendment brought in. Per
haps it had been considered by the
Ministers, but certainly not by mem
bers. Tho loan bill was hurried
through the I louse, and it went off,
and now the Ministers conic in with
an amendment to it. They ought
not to be in a big hurry to pass it.
Pel). Thurston said that all they
did not know about this bill would
fill a volume. The Ministeis do not
give any explanation. Humors wei e
arottnd'tlmt Mr. Sprockets wns-goiug
to take it, and also that some English
people would take it. Were they
like a lot of sheep being led around?
lie thought not. Now was the pro
per time for the Ministers to slate
their policy. It seemed to him that
they had not got any policy at all.
Hep. Brown asked the Attorney
General the object of the amend
ment. Minister Gibson said that certain
ly a matter of thisimpoitance should
receive every consideration. The
Attorney-General Sjhad previously
moved that this bill be postponed
because lie (the speaker) was ab
sent. He was only one, but he un
derstood he was expected to have
something to say on this matter.
He did not intend to make a lengthy
speech then, but wished to say a few
words in reply to Mr. Thurston.
That gentleman had not given the
Government time to express them
selves on this matter. There was a
question before the Ilouse of borrow
ing money. At one time it had
been proposed, to get along without
doing so. There was no dillieulty
in doing that. But while the Gov
ernment were perfectly able to get
along without borrowing a single
dollar, they would then have to aban
don certain enterprises which were de
sirable. Although they might have
obligations during the period inter
vening before the next Parliament
assembled which it was desirable to
meet, still those obligations were
not absolutely necessary in order to
carry on the Government. If the
House decided upon boi rowing they
would have to consider f:om whom
they would be likely to get the mo
ney. There were two opportunities
presented of doing this one was
where they already had a creditor,
namely in San Francisco, though it
might be said that this was a do
mestic source, for they were nearly
all local business men to whom the
Government owed a million dollars
of bonded dobt. It had also been sug
gested that they should borrow in a
certain foreign market, for which
they would probably have to pay a
higher rate of interest. It was for
the House to consider whether there
would be any advantage in so doing.
Their liabilities were at present vir
tually confined to the domestic mar
ket they had not yet Qiitered upon the
foreign market. It was proposed to
borrow a little over million dollars
in addition-to a certain amount lor a
special loan. The measure was to
borrow a certain amount to refund
the old debt shortly due at nine per
cent with one to extend over a sc
rics of years at six per cent, and
thus obtain about $700,000 cash ad
ditional. The question was whether
they should undertake these enter
prises or let them alone. There
were home parties willing to lend us
money on certain pledges of tho
consolidated revenue of the country.
There were others willing to lend
on no pledge whatever. They were
in the position of an Individual who
had bonowed money on the strength
of his good name, and then went
somewhere else and borrowed on his
property (as security. That would
ceitainly damage his first creditor
and would not be fair. The first
creditor would naturally say, give
me an assurance that you wilt not
borrow from someone else on the
pledge of all your resources. As
far a he could see there was only
one source that from which they
had already borrowed from whence
they could be sure of being able to
bonow monoy. He had heard of
others, but (lid not know. No
doubt upon a proper representation
they could borrow in England.
Prance or Germany, an amount suit
ed to their lequirements, only they
had no assurance to that effect such
as would satisfy a business man. As
far as ho understood, if tho Abscm
bly wished to have carried out tho
lu'rgo number of entorpiises on the
Apprporiation Bill they would need
over a million beyond tho expected
revenuo, which, it is understood,
will be provided by law. If tho As
sembly means to carry them out it
must "borrow money, but, he said
again, that if tlioy chose to let alone
those enterprises nnd confine them
selves to the ordinary expenses of
government, then they could get
along without borrowing u dollar.
For his own part, ho did not think
it desirable to drop inunigiation and
ceitaju other things. Therefore it
was desirable to borrow. As regard
ed tho motion to postpone, he had
no objection to that, provided that
nothing essential were added to tho
bill except this one important condi
tion tliat represents the inteiests of
the lender that there shall bo an
assurance that they would not bor
row elsewhere on scctulty, because
the next Assembly could repeal this
law. That is, that it will not take
the money from this lender without
making provision for tho future,
that there shall not bo a second loan
carried out, that there shall bo no
security given elsewhere to hint
his interest. It was not of vital in
terest to borrow money in order to
live. There wn9 nothing more pres
sing than any business might have,
nothing to cause apprehension.
Considering their obligations, their
resources were reasonably good.
The eyes and noes were taken on
the motion for indefinite postpone
ment, when there appeared,
For', Lilikalani, Aniara, Brown,
Pahia, Nahalc, i.
Against, Gibson, Creighton,
Daro, Bishop, Domluls, Cleghorn,
Wilder, Kuihelaui, Bush, Kaae,
Macfarlane, S. Parker, Ilayselden,
Kcau, Kauhi, Kaulia, Kaulukou,
Kauuamano, Wight, Kalua, Aholo,
Kaukau, Richardson, Dickey, Kaai,
Thurston, Paehaole, Kauai, Palohau,
-The motion to postpone until
Wednesday was put and carried.
Ilouse adjourned at 3: to 10
o'clock Wednesday morning.
Weiwisdav, Oct. 13th.
House met. Prayer ly the Chap
lain. Present; Ministers Cicighton,
Dare; Nobles Dominis, Kuihelaui,
Bush, Kaae, Kapcna, Walker (Pre
sident), Macfarlane; Peps. Ilaysel
den, Keau, Lilikalani. Amara,
Brown, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kauuamano, Wight, Nahale, Nahinu,
Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau, Richardson,
Dickey, Kaai, Thurston, Paehaole,
Minutes read and approved.
Rep. Richardson reported sundry
Rep. Keau moved the committee
having in charge the bill relating to
stalls in the market, be instructed
to report to-morrow.
Pep. Amara moved a resolution
that the Legislative Assembly con
tinue in session until all the business
on the Secretary's table and in the
hands of committees is disposed of.
Bills had been referred to the judi
ciary committee four months' ago,
which are not yet reported on.
Rep. Kaunamano moved the reso
lution be adopted.
Pep. Brown said that all the bills,
introduced ly the member for Waia
lua, before the judiciary committee
were unconstitutional, hence the
absence of reports from committee.
Pep. Kaulukou said the committee
'would report on Hep. Amaru's bills
The resolution was put and lost.
OllDKR OF Till: DAY.
Third reading of the opium bill.
Pep. Dickey moved the bill be
Pep. Kaunamano moved the bill
Under this law a person having a
certificate can go on buying opium
during the whole period of the
license, and become an opium fiend.
In the outer districts especially, the
natives will go on using opium, and
cannot be prevcuted. This law will
increase sterility among the native
Hawaiians. The lion, member read
an extiact from BWiop Willis's
letter in this morning's Adocrtiser.
By voting to pass this bill, the mem
bers will be driving the last nail in
the coffin of the Hawaiian race.
Pep. Aholo did not propose to
say anything on the bill this morn
ing. The extracts read by the
member for Makawao may be Bishop
Willis's opinions. But in China,
opium is used, and he understood
that there arc poity children in
China. Similar arguments had been
used against the liquor bill, but the
disastrous effects that had been pre
dicted, wprc not visible. Many
Hawaiians have alreadyacquired the
habit. This law is far from per
fection, but we are liable to mis
takes, A great deal of the opposi
tion to this law is made by people
engaged in the illicit tral'llc. He
moved to amend section G by strik
ing out the words "two years" and
inserting "four years." , The mem
ber also mover the previous ques
tion. Rep, Thurston asked on which of
the three motions is tho previous
Rep, Aholo moved the previous
question on all three motions.
The President ruled the prevjous
question 'could be on only one
Hpp. Dole thought tho President
The main question was then put.
Pep. Thurston moved tho ayes
and noes bo called,
On the call for yes and noes, there
For 'indefinite postponement
Gibson, Darot Bishop, Dominis,
uicgiiorn, Wilder, liuihelani, Dow
sett, Bush, Kapena, Parker, Kauhi,
Brown, Wight, Kalua, Dickoy,
Thurston, Dole 18.
Against Kanoa, Kaae, Ilaysel
den, Kcau, Lilikalani, Baker, Kuu
lia, Amaru, Kaulukou, Pahia, Kau
namano, Nahale, Nahinu, Aholo,
Kaukau, Richardson, Knai, Pae
haolo, Kauai, Palohau 20.
Rep. Thurston moved to amend
the first bection by adding a provi
sion that tho license be sold at
public auction in Honolulu to tho
highest bidder. Lost,
Hop. Dole moved to nmond tho
section by providing that tho license
be sold at public auction in Hono
lulu at tho upset price of thirty
thousand dollars. Tho object of tho
bill is quite transparent. It is not
to make money .for the Government,
but for ollicials. Tho license is put
nt the low figure of 830,000, so as
to leave it open to olllcials to draw a
large bonus from tho person to whom
it is gianlcd. There will probably
bo more than one applicant for the
license. This question would bo
solved in the regular way, if tho
license were put up nt auction.
Hip. Aholo said theic are two
sid.es to every question. It might
be all very well to put the license
up tit auction. But on tho other
hand wo must consider that the
competitors for the license might get
together and agree not to pay any
more than the upset price.
Hep. Kaunamano said the object
of the bill is to legulato the tralllc.
It is intended to give the license to
some responsible person who will
cany on the business properly and
will not look solely to the profits to
bo made out of it. By so doing,
we will alloy tho apprehensions of
the good Christian people who are
Noble Bishop could not help feel
ing sorry for those members who
support this bill. It is evident that
they feel themselves in the wrong ;
hence the weak, silly, childish argu
ments Which they use. Now it is
perfectly evident Hint there is an
influence exerted here which they
know they ought to resist. We
know that in past yoars, when
opium was licensed, the holders of
licenses were constantly running to
the Customs olliccrs and police com
plaining that they had paid their
money, but that others were bringing
in the article at the same time. An
other thiug more important than all
this is that, while opium.was licensed,
it was used more and more, every
year by the natives of this country.
It may not be possible to keep it
entirely away from old opium
smokers, but we can keep it away
from those who have not acquired
the habit. The natives frequent
Chinese bouses and storos, and it
will be absolutely impossible to keep
it from them. The proviso that it
must not be sold to natives and
Japanese gives it the appearance of
respectability, but it really amounts
to nothing Young people will learn
the habit partly out of curiosity,
and the habit once fixed upon them,
they cannot be rescued from it. If
it is to be licensed, as much as
possible should be "got for the
license. That is the only argument
brought in favor of the bill, and up
till this morning, no other argument
had been pretended to be offered
Hep. Dickey moved the ayes and
noes ho taken Carried.
The ayes and noes were called on
Rep. Dole's amendment, when there
For Gibson, Dare, Bishop, Do
minis, Cleghorn, Wilder, Kuihelaui,
Dowsett, Kauhi, Brown, Wight,
Kalua, Pichardson, Dickey, Thurs
ton, Paehaole, Dole 17
Against Kanoa, Kaae, ITaysel
den, Keau, Lilikalani Baker, Kau
lukou, Amara, Kaulia, Pahia, Kau
namano, Nahale, Nahinu, Aholo,
Kaukau, Kaai, Kauai, Palohau 18.
The section passed.
Rep. Aholo's inendment to
section 8, to insert "four years"
instead of "two years," was put
Pep. Kaulukou moved the bill
Rep. Brown moved re-consideration.
House took recess to 1 :30 o'clock.
PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN NOTT.
The Board of Representatives
of the Honolulu Firo Department
held a special meeting last night, at
their head quarters, the room Engine
Co. No. 2. The object of the meet
ing was to tender a testimonial to
ex-Chief Engineer, Mr. John Nott,
in loeognition of his Herviees to tho
Honolulu Fire Dopaitment. Mr.
C. 11. Wilson, Chief Engineer, pre
sided. After a little delay in waiting for
Mr. Nott, who had been requested
to attend, but kept in ignorance of
the purpose for which his presenoe
was desired, a message wns received
from Mr. Nott, stating that ho would
be unable to be there owing to sad
nflliction in his family, a little grand
child being near the point of death.
It was ultimatch decided that the
best course to pursue under the
circumstances would be to moke the
presentation to a committee for Mr.
Nott, the committe to pass tho testi
monial to Mr. Noty at a. time that
their judgment dictated to be pro
per. Messrs. C. E. "Williams, Geo.
Lucas, and M. P. Monsarrat were
accordingly appointed a committee,
Mr. J, A. Hassiuger, an ex-Chief
of the Department, on whom the
duty of presentation devolved, pre
faced tho aptly and nppropiiato
little speech, in which ho made com
plimentary rofererrco to Mr. Nott's
connection with the Honolulu Fire
Department, extending over a period
of 22 3'ears, and alluded to tho
testimonial as a remembrancer that
would be visible and lasting when
words had faded from tho memory.
Ilo then presented tho gift, a largo
gilt frame containing a series of
photographic representations indica
tive of fire-fighting and portraits of
piominent ofllcials of the Firo De
jiaitment, inscribed: "Presented in,
tho name of tho Honolulu Firo Do
partment to Mr, John Nott, as a
slight recognition of his valuable
services rendered as Chief Engineer
to the Department from 1882 to
'lho committee accepted on behalf
of tho ex-Chief, feeling sure ho
would highly prize the token of re-
membraneo and esteem, nnd at the
same time testifying to his worthi
ness of it.
Tho remainder of the evening was
devoted to refreshments and
speeches. The former were abund
ant and good, tho latter numerous
and short. Mirth, pleasantry, cheer
fulness, and perfect harmony pre
vailed from beginning to end.
of Hauallnrr Lnilni-.
Ho. 21, .&. A. M., will bo
'C&f88 huhlthU (WEDNESDAY),
Lvt uIn!!. til 7 1!0 o'nlcek. Plisl IWivn.
VMilug Brethten coiilhilly Invited.
B0 It WM. JOHNSON, Scc'y.
A MEETING of the Hawaiian How.
big and Yachting .Aswcinllnn will
he held nt Ilio lolnnl Club House on
KM DAY, 1he lGih Ins'., at 7:80 r. m.
Per Order. W. Jf. GIFFAKD,
0 3t Secretary
A BLACK MARE. Wns saddled
ntuUlinil bioken her bridle. R-
n il etven ouieiurn tn tlio Government
Building WILLIAM FOSTER.
126 Nmmnu St., Honolulu, H. L
E. J. MELLER,
Btgs to Inform UU numerous customers
thnt he Is now making the
same qnulity of
PORE DAIRY ICE CREAM
As wan first made by the old I'rin
of Metier & Halbe.
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Kintr Street. Mutual Telephone 287.
Good Dry Manila Cigars,
Cigarettes of Every Description,
Every kind of Smoking Material, any
quantity, and the best quality, nt
F. Hilder's Central Cigar Stand.
DIVIDEND OF POUR DOL
lnisper share will lie naid to tho
Stockholders of E. O. Hall & Son, Lim
lied, ui their ofllo on WEDNESDAY,
Octobei 13th. L. O. Al.LES,
ON THURSDAY, a Bunch of Keys.
Tlie finder will he buitibly re
winded liy leaviutr name at the office of
B8 tf King Street
THE PROPRIETORS of the Steam
Laundry requer-t dial all customers
nho have promised their washing will
hnve it read for delivery to heir
drivers, who will cull, on MONDAYS.
TO THE Ci editors of E. C. ROWE, a
bankrupt, take notice: That the
underi-igned Assiguto of tbo Estate of
E. C. Howe, a burikru t, have prepara
tory to his fiual i.ctount nnd dividend
submitted his aeeoums as such assiimec.
.nnd filed the sanio before E. Preston,
Justice of the Supreme Court, nt his
Chamber?, m whom he will apply at 10
o'clock A. M., (in SATURDAY, the 23rd
day ot October Inst., fir n ectttcment of
said accounts and for a discharge from
all liabilities as huelr assignee, and for
an order to make u final dividend. And
thnt any person interested may then and
there appear and contest tho same.
W. C. PARKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 188". (.54 4t
MR. MAX ECKART has removed
IrU '.lowoliy Manufactory to Fort
Street, just above the Bhooting Gallery,
wlreru he will curry on his regular busi
ness. 48 lm
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlchol'H uore, Fort strret,
next lho Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portrait!, and views. Flistclass
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. A. GONSALVES.
MR, JOHN MAGOON is alone
authorized to collect bills due to
the Honolulu Si nun Limnlry during
lire time it ww under lease to me, from
Juno 17th to October 2nd, 1P8II.
Honolulu, Oct. Vi, 1880. 65 4t
T)EOWN SS PHILLIPS,
JL Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No, 71
Honolulu. 3T House and
uric proarptly executed.
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
it lauajAaxm j-'.ti?aA.u
By order of til OS. W. UVEI.KVI
ARHlgnco of the 1 s ute ol .lnini .
Glrvin. lnio-nf Mniltihu, Mutt, 1 will
sell at Public .AuUlm, in n y tni s oom,
On Thursday, October 14th,
At 10 o'ctick, a. m.
6 Miitoii Trail Writers
I Printing Press and Type,
I Baboook Firo Extinguisher,
Achulco lot of Bool: efjiil img of
Novels, Religious and Scientific Works,
Also n lot i f
Journal!', Cnfch Hooks,
Led ens nnd Hccoid-.
Printing lMpcl. Opf.ru Glu-si-s,
Jewelry, Silverware, l)i Omuls, He.
And 12 o'eloel; limui,
Potatoes, Onions, Sugar and Corn,
Household Kmiiiiure, nnd
X CAUISIAG-XS HOUSE.
TO Ll,3aiE r
Ex Bklnu W. II.Dimond, consisting
of n fine lot ot
New Stylo1, Severnl Sets of New
Harness, and Lot' of Whips.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Cluli House Dining Room
Lincoln Blcck, King Street,
The following gnnds mny bo urdertd atr
Broiled Chicken, Broiled F'sh.
TcndorJ-oln Steak, Rib, Mutton Chops,,
Oyster Stow, Ham and E9SS
Mackerel, Etc., Etc.
We serve up the Celebrated AHTJIMA.
NU RANCH BUTTER at ovety meal.
G2 lw Proprietor.
MISS TUCK heing no longer em
ployed ut Mis. Luck's Art Rooms,
Mrs. Nichol will ns'iimc clungc nnd ut
tend to n'l ordcis for Stumping and Em.
broidery. Ernbioidery Lesions at a re
duced rate for the Holiday Scnon.
Materials for fancy work on hand ; full
shadings in Silks, Amuene, Chenilles,
Thankiner our cusfanen for nnst ra.
tronngo we nsk for a conli uancc of the
same. Ordcis Irnra the other Islands,
promptly attended to. 48 t'
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
A Cottngj on Lunnlilo and Plikoi
8trettB, lurnUhed complete for House,
keeping. Use of horoo and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
OHAS. J. FISHEL,
49 tf Oor..Fvt'& Hotel Sts
MoMn Steam Lannflrr
Having now passed into tho hands
of responsible parlies is prepared at
short notice to do all "Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A consllerable
DR DB X TJ O T X O IV
has been mode from the scale
former ralcp, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the EB'abll3liment
with a trial, SOt
rNE ROAN HORSE. Rood trov.
J eler, broken 10 buddlo and haracjs..
Therouchlv sound, auict and uentleJ
nnd kuitnbla for a lndv to drive. Ttlnf
Also, ONE BLACK MAKE, broken
to saddle and harness; sound and gentle.
For partioulais enquire ut the BULLE
'1IN OFFICE. 52 lw
The Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on him 1 for snlo
Steam Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a gi aural assortment of
415 Bar Gron. iy
MI'SSRS. W. H. CROBSMAN & BRO
will lmve an Al vissul loading in
this Lino to leave in nil N vomb r.
The greati r pari of onlirs sent foiwartl
by Mail of October 23rd, will probably
be in season.
45 CAbTLE & COOKE, Agonti.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Havo just roceived a few more
York Line !
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