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the lClh instnnt.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 15. 1SSG.
The Legislative Assembly will
prorogue at 11 o'clock to-morrow
morning, after having been in ses
sion continuously for over five
months. 2no doubt, the members
will be glad to return to their homes
and to their regular avocations.
Although the Session has not been
fruitful of ,inuch legislation, nu
unusually large amount of work lias
.been done in the way of investiga
tion, reports, and discussion of pub
lic questions. Probably in the mat
ter of committee teports, no previous
legislature can compare with the
present one. in the amount of
thorough and conscientious work
accomplished. Of course, no one
will deny that considerable time has
been wasted, that might have been
profitably employed in the public
interests ; but the past cannot be re
called. Many matter-, of importance
also remain untouched or unl'mihhed,
yet we would be the last to advocate
extension of the session on that
account. It has been already too
long, much too long, and the public
and the newspapers are as desirous
of a rest a. the members. AVe are
heartily glad the end is in sight. Uy
announcement of the Minister of
Interior, in this i'-suc, the public are
cordially invited to attend the clos
ing ceremonies, at 11 o'clock to-morrow
Under the auspices of His Majesty
the King of Italy, a public subscrip
tion ltas been opened at Rome, in
aid of the poor families who suffered
by the cholera epidemic in Italy.
For this charitable purpose contri
butions are asked for from Italians,
both at home and abroad.
"We are requested to state that
the Italian Consul here will be
2)ledsed to receive any contributions
intended for the above purpose,
and will forward the same to the
Italian Government, as soon as
127th day. Continued.
House met and had a quorum nt
Rep. Brown read the report of the
judiciary committee on the bill to
amend section 1177 of chapter .SI
of the Civil Code, relating to certain
specific rights ol the people, com
mittee found tho hill unconstitutional,
and recommended it be Jnid on the
Tho same member read a miuotity
report of the judiciary committee
on the petition of residents of Puna
asking that the seat of K. Kekoa be
To thi: JIox. J. S. W.u.Kiut, Presi
dent Legislative Assembly, 1880.
Sin: As one of the members of the
Judiciary Committee to whom was
referred the petition of certain tax
payers and residents of tho District
of Puna, Island of Hawaii, that tho
seat of the J Ion. E. Kekoa bo de
clared vacant and his election be set
aside, respectfully beg leave to re
port that after consideration of tho
petition and also of the evidence
forwarded to this House by the Hon.
E. Preston, ono of the .Justices of tho
Supreme Comt taken in the case of
Ilex vs. E. Kekoa and another; nnd
also after taking into consideration
the decision of tho Supremo Court
in Banco in the saiil cases, I am of
the opinion that tho prayer of the
pennon Miouut nc granted uy tuts
IIoiho, and therefore leconintend ,
that tho scat of the said K. Kekoa
bo declared vacant.
Dated, Honolulu, Oct. 1 1, 18G.
Rep.' Dickey moved the report be
Rep. Kcau moved the report be
received and laid on the table.
Rep. Thurston moved the ayes
and noes lie culled on the motion to
lay on the table. Carried.
The ayes and noes were taker
when there appealed for the motion
to lay on the table: Gibson, Aholo,
Kaufukott, Kuiholani, Kaae, Kapena,
llnyselden, Kcau. Lilikalani, Haker,
Aluara, Kaulia. l'ahia, Ktiuniinintio,
Nahintl, Kaukau, Kauai 17.
Against: Hush, Kauhi, Blown,
"Wight, Kaltia, Richardson, Dickey,
Thurston, Paehaole, Dole, Paloluut
The report )tas laid on the table.
Minister Gibson moved that a
committee be appointed to wait on
His Majesty with an intimation that
the house awaits His Majesty's
pleasure to be prorogued. Carried.
The President named Reps. Kaltia
and Kaunamano, and Noble Bush, a
committee to act in terms of the
The resignation of Minister Aholo,
of his seat as one of the representa
tives of the district of Lahaina, was
read, also tho resignation of Minis
ter Kaulukou of his seat as repre
sentative of the district of Ililo.
Rep. Kit I tut moved that the seats
of one of the members for Lahaina
(Aholo) and of the member for Ililo
be declared vacant, the inspectors
of election in those districts notified,
and that elections to fill the vacant
seats be ordered.
Rep. Thurston moved to amend
by adding the district of Puna.
The amendment was put and lost.
The motion carried.
Rep. Lilikalani moved that the
Minister of the Interior be directed
to furnish each member of this
Assembly with a copv, in English
and also in Hawaiian, of the laws of
the piesent session, as soon as the
same is printed. Carried.
Rep. I'alohau read a resolution
that the Assembly petition His
Majesty to lcstore to their civil
rights pcr-ons convicted of offences.
Rep. Dole opposed the resolution.
The mover ought to prepare a list,
lie moved it bo indefinitely post
poned. Rep. Dickey said
interfered with the
Rep. Dole's motion
wn-. .put and
oiumit or 'nit: day.
Third reading of the act to ex
empt certain persons from taxes on
Rep. Thurston moved to amend
by adding the words "and Kalau
papa." Rep. I'alohau moved to amend
further by adding "and all other
lepers in the Kingdom."
A lengthy debate followed, in
which Ifeps. Dickey, Pnloliati, Kau
natnano, Haysclden, Kaltia, Dole,
Paehaole, and Noble Bishop took
Rep. Thurston's amendment pass
ed.. The bill then passed as amended.
Third leading of an act to pro
hibit the Minister of Interior lroni
disposing of Government property
or ehosos in action devoted to public
Minister Aholo moved the bill be
Rep. Brown was sorry to note this
motion as the first act of the new
Ministry. He thought tho bill ought
to be passed. lie cared not who
the Ministry might be, they ought
not to have this power, So that if
any pledge was entered into with re
gatd to the national property it
would only he done with the consent
of the Representatives of the peo
ple. There is nothing in the law as
it stands to prevent the Minister of
the Interior from doing this. One
knew not what future Cabinets might
do ; therefore, jt js only right to de
prive them of such a power. It is
too much discretion to leave them.
The house had just passed a law to
provide for lloating a new loan, and
if the Government, after doing this,
were lorced to pledge the Water
Works, what would the country bay
then? He wanted to prevent the
possibility of anyone coming into
this Kingdom, and saying; "We
want these Works as security." He
was sol ry that the first act of the
new Ministry, especially the Ha
waiian poition, should be an attempt
to infringe tho rights of the people.
Rep. Dole said he was surprised
that a bill intended to protect the
public property and the independ
ence ol the country should have to
look to tho white members lor its
defense, while it was opposed by the
Hawaiian members. The only other
law whose object was similar, that
he knew ol, was the fouth section
of the Civil Code, prohibiting the
Ministry from selling tho public
bonds. He did not know whether
the honorable members were aware
of it, but during the lute negotiations
for tho loan the Water Works cto
spoken of as security. If they
wanted to know what that meant it
wan simply this: It may lead to
foreigners 'fixing the into to bo paid
for our drinking and bathing water.
Is it not much better to keep all this
properly intact? Supposing it should
go into tho hands of a foreign Gov
ernment, what would become of it?
Did they not wish to reserve this
light to the house as to whether it
should bo leased or mortgaged or
not? Wo know not who the Gov
ernment may he from day to day.
It may be changed a dozen times
before the next session of the Legis
lature, and then the public property
might go into the linmta of foieigt
capitalists. Owing to their having
passed the Loan Act 11 was especially
important that this great poucr
should be kept in the hands of the
Minister Aholo said that as far
as he was concerned ho certainly
would not countenance anything of
the kind. The good of the people
would be his good. As to mortgag
ing the Water Works, it might have
been proposed ; he did not, know.
The present Ministry know nothing
about it. It was true there might
al smite time be a Ministry under
thi control of capitalists. Perhaps
they Had just got rid of one of that
xiiul. But the prcunl Ministry was
appointed by His Majesty and the
Assembly need have no apprehension.
There might be a change of Minis
try. The Assembly hud better take
that into consideration when the
change conies. We have had Gov
ernments in favor of disposing of
the public property, so much so that
what there is now i. but a remnant.
As to the transfer of the Honolulu
Water Works, he would consent to
nothing ot the kind. The interests
of the people aie his interests, and
he did not proposed to put a loop
about his own neck. He was not
in favor ol making over any of the
Government property, and if it were
the intention of others, it would
have to be done without his consent.
Rep. Brown said he thought that
His Excellency misunderstood the
The motion to indefinitely post
pone was put and carried.
Second leading of the bill to
license the brewing of malt liquors
in Honolulu and vicinity, and the re
port of the committee thereon.
On motion, the bill was taken up
and considered section by section.
Rep. Haysclden moved to insert
"ten" belore the word years, to
define the time for which the license
Rep. Dole moved to inseit the
word "fifteen." Carried.
Section I passed as amended.
Rep. Keau moved to amend soc
tion "2 by adding to Sl.'iO the words
"for each year." Carried.
Section 2 passed as amended.
Section .'5 passed as in the bill.
Rep. Kcau moved reconsideration
of the -vote by which section ? had
passed. The section provides for
the admission duly free of hops and
barley. Why should not the brewer
be allowed to use molasses in mak
ing beer? The member witluhew
the motion to re-consider.
Section -1 passed.
Rep. Dole moved to insert 10 per
cent to limit the alcoholic strength
of the beer in section ft.
Rep. Brown mocd to insert 15
Rep. Dickey apposed the bill, on
the score ol temperance. He thought
the establishment of a brewery would
increase drinking habits among the
The motion to insert 10 per cent
The section passed as amended.
Sections G and 7 passed as in the
The bill passed to engrossment,
to be read a third time on Friday.
Tho house adjourned, at 3io5, to
10 o'clock, Friday morning.
Fiiiday, Oct. loth.
House met at 10 o'clock. Prayer
by the Chaplain. A quorum was
had at Present: Ministers Gib
son, Aholo, Kanoa, Kaulukou ; No
bles Doniinis, Kuihehuii, Kaae, Ka
pena, Walker (President) ; Reps.
Haysclden, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker,
Kauhi, Amara, Kaulia, Pahia, Kau
namano, Wight, Naliale, Kalua,
Kaukau, Richardson, Thurston, Pae
haole, Kauai, Palohati.
Minutes were read and approved.
Rep. Haysclden reported from the
Revision Committee certain engros
bed bills revised.
Minister Kaulukou moved a sus
pension of the rules to take from the
table the bil to quit claim on cer
premises to the Bishop of 0ba and
place it on Hie special order of the
Minister Aholo read the report of
the special committee on tho resolu
tion of the honorable W. It. Castle,
relative to pay of the Secretary, In
terpreter, Messenger and Janitor of
the Assembly, recommending that
the Secretary and Interpreter be
paid 812 per day, for each dtry's
service, the Messenger SI. SO, and
tho Janitor 1 per day.
Rep. JIaybclden asked what is
meant by the expression "each day's
service" as relating to the Secretary,
Minister Aholo said it meant the
days the house was actually in ses
sion. Rep, Kaiinanmuo moved an
amendment that the pay of the S"
oretary and Interpreter be 15 per
Rep. Haysclden had no objection
to the amendment, but the supple
mentary vote of 815,000 passed
some time ago for legislative ex
penses duly provided lor the time
up to tho cud of September, and ho
was afraid there was not enough to
pay in terms of tho amendment.
Rep, Kalua moved the report of
tho committee be adopted. Carried.
Rep. Richardson leportcd sundry
Rep, Kalua reported from the
committee appointed yesterday to
wail on His Majesty, that they hud
discharged that duty, and His Ma
jesty had 9igni(lcd His pleasure to
poioguo Iho Assembly, on Saturday,
nt 1 1 o'clock a. in.
The report was accepted nnd the
Minister Gibson reported the fol
lowing bills approved and signed by
An Act to license the carrying of
lire arms for hunting purposes.
An Act to prevent the destruction
An Act to amend section 817 of
the Civil Code, relating to Chancel
lor and Vicc-Chancellor.
An Act relating to vagrants and
An Act to authorize and regulate
An Act to establish and legulalo
the grade of streets anil highways.
An Act relating to the Justices' of
the Supreme Cottit.
An Act to provide a permanent
settlement for the Princess Poonini
kalaui. An Act to provide a permanent
settlement for the widow of the late
J. E. Barnard.
An Act to provide a permanent
settlement for the Hon. Thos. AV.
An Act to provide a permanent
settlement for the Hon. A. For
nandcr. An Act to provide a permanent
seitlcment for the lion. W. C.
An Act relating to gaining.
An Act relating to the issuing of
executions and proceedings thereon.
An Act regulating the practice of
law in tho Police and Disttict Courts.
An Act to amend the law relating
to appeals from Police and District
An Act to amend and consolidate
the laws relative to the commis
sioners of private ways and water
An Act restricting the granting of
licenses in Honolulu. .
Joint resolution for the relief of
the Board of Genealogy.
An Act relating to impoit duties
An Act to amend the Act provid
ing for a national loan.
An Act to regulate the currency.
An Act to prescribe the residence
necessary to, the exercise of the elec
An Act to provide for the pay
ment of certain bills iucuii'cd by
His Majesty's Chainbeilain during
the coronation of His Majesty, and
in finishing and furnishing Iolaui
An Act to regulate the observance
An Act to prevent collisions at
An Act making special appiopria
tions for the use of the Government
during the two years which will end
with the thirty-first day of March,
A. D. 1888.
The following were returned,
An Act to amend section -1,
chapter -M, session laws of 1881,
relating to tuition fees in public
An Act to amend section 247, of
the Civil Code, relating to the
branding of animals.
The Minister stated that other
bills under consideration of His
Majesty would be reported on to
A communication was read from
Mr. E. Kekoa, member for Puna,
setting foith that two petitions, one
praying that he be unseated, tho
other, that he be retained were be
fore the House ; that a committee of
the House had been appointed to
investigate the matter and report to
the house ; that lie had never been
called before the committee; that he
had absented himself from the
House during the past three months
in deference to the sentiments of
many members to whom his presence
was distasteful. The House was
asked to indefinitely postpone con
sideration of the petition against the
member and to continue to recog
nize him us member for Puna.
Rep. Kaunamano thought the
petition hail come in too hite, and
moved it be laid on the table. Car
ried. Rep. Thurston moved the report
of the judiciary committee relative
to the case of the member for Puna,
laid on the table yesterday, bo taken
from the table nnd placed on the
special order of the day. Lost.
Rep. Haysclden moved the bill
relating to the withdrawal of alcohol
from the Custom house, he taken
from the table. Carried.
The b'll was then read and passed.
Rep. Lilikalani moved the bill
relating to salo of stalls in the fish
maiket bo placed on the special
Minister Kaulukou moved that the
bill providing for a quit claim to tho
Bishop of Olba of certain lands in
Honolulu, betaken up. Carried.
House took recess to 1 o'clock
TRAVEL IN RUSSIA.
An Iowa editor, born in Vermont,
has grown rich, and spends most of
his time in travel with his family,
sending many letters to his paper.
From a recent letter dated at St.
Petersburg wo quote ;
"Vni get on here from Moscow
iuu inijos away. J lie road is very i
sirnigiit and smooth you will never
find a better one. The time is not
bo fast, but you glide bo smoothly
on and sleep so softly on Iho train
that you don't much mind the fifteen
hours or to, This is a Government
road. It is said of the Czar, after
looking at tho survoy, that ho asked
his engineer why he had made the
lino so crooked?
"lie wus told that it was so run
to accommodate the towns between
tho points, St. Petersburg and Mos
cow. The Czar took down his map,
picked up a ltile nnd pencil then
drew n Hue straight from point to
point 'That is the Hue,' ho said,
'to build the road between my capi
tal cities on. If other towns want
to use my road, let them come to
it.' This is the story, as I heard it
forty years ago. Perhaps it isn't
Hue tho best of "lories, histories,
too, quite often aren't; but the
road is really very straight and very
smooth, and makes you feel at per
fect ease. It was built by the
Wiuiiis folks at Baltimore, and the
roads and stations and tho eais ate
surely very line. The first-class
express cost 815, incliidinu state
room in sleeping-car, about the same
as on our American lines for like
accommodations. I may have said
it before,but I will say' it, again by
way of "assent, underscored, that
those Russian sleepers are better
than our Pullman in almost every
way. They are lighter about haif
tho haul per person that our sleepers
have. They are more comfortable
as riding conches having easier
seats and backs. They are in com
partments, for two or four, arranged
with doors between the single rooms
as hotel bediooins are. 'The beds
are solter, and arc not made upon
the seats you've set on till day and
had your ditty feet upon; but the
seat revolves on central pivots, and
when the bed is made the side you
sat on goes down underneath ;'lhe
under side, a nice spring-bottom
mattress, comes on top, on which a
nice hair mattress is. spread, with
snowy linen, pillows huge and' soft
and thick, warm blankets, if you
please. The broad, thick cushion
that in the daytime forms the back
of your sumptuous seat, springs
oveihcad, and forms the basis for
the upper beith.
"Now go to bed. You, yourself
and wife; young ladies traveling.
The door is closed, the room is to
yourselves. How do you get into the
up-high upper beith? Rush out
and call the porter to bring his dirty
step-ladder leave his work and
bring it quick? Not at all. You
see the neat little table "at the head
of the lower bed? It is for coffee,
to write upon, play cards or domi
noo. Fold its two leaves, bringing
each on top; pull out two sliding
steps below there is your clean
cat pel-stepper, step-ladder up you
go and off you go to bed and sleep.
It slays there to walk down upon,
and when quite out of use you push
it thiough slots quite to the corner
out of. tho way. It is a more
comfortable, more decent, more
healthy car. AM drafts arc quite
cut olf, the passage-wav is along
the side: not jn the middle of the
car, and passengers may come and
go, you aie not botheicd by them.
At either end of the well-lighted
passage are ample loilct-rooins with
"You may not care to ride in a
close compartment car during the
day, for you really want to see
everybody who coines aboard or
leaves ; to have the door Hying open
at your back; to have folks crowd
ing by you with bundles, grips, um
brellas, canes. You would be near
the jieanqt fiend and have him pok
ing stale stuff and fru't beneath your
nose full forty times a day, or load
ing down your seat with printed
trash called books by couitesy.
You rather like all this perhaps
but when night comes on j'ott would
prefer to go off by yourself or selves
and shut the door and shade the
lights, and having none to tramp
your toes, or punch your ribs, or
ding your frowsy curtains lound,
got leisurely into bed, away from
squalls and sleepless folks, who sit
and talk, or such as murder sleep
with snores and, like a Christian, gp
right off to sleep." San Francisco
England, according to Chinese
ideas, is "a tribute-bearing nation
of men without pigtails, governed by
a lady with large feet."
A Coroner's Jury in Dakota de
livered the unique veidict that "she
came to her dentji from a felonious
desire to reach a happy hereafter."
Silk Plug Hats
White Shirts. White Kid Gloves.
V hit j I.uwu am Satin
TIES & SCARFS
(Janpbcli'i Block, Coiner Foit and
CAKD of THANKS.
MB. JOHN XOTT desires to return
his sincere thanks to the uumci
oiis friends who so kindly donated How.
civ, and peifouncd tniiiiv other tu:t of
l.inilnctK towards thu hito Oaiioi.ini:
Anion, (laugi tor of K anil Mib. Friil
Ilni i isoti, and giaiid-dnuichter of Air.
Noll. 58 It
HAMAKUA. RAWA'I. October
lllli, Cluck No, 71, (lutrd October
Mi. Drawn by J. It. Mill, on C. B.
I . hop & Co, in favor J. 1). Taylor for
.Mho, Drift No. 10, datcil October 6th,
forSlOUOO. Drawn by ilumiiulu S. S.
Co. on II. llackfehl &Co., In favnr J. I).
All iH'rsons aro warned not to purchase
or ttcelvo the above, as payment has
been stopped on the same,
llouakua, Oct. 11, 880. 58 It
ELITE WI fSREiiH PflRgflPM
:no. sr noxiJL, ss'rxsjraK'v.
Ji1 Svn.lte i'Vi'1 P,ino '": Im Cream mnnuf.i-ur.rl f.rm PURK
AEltY UBtMAM, also Ices and SticiboK Wo kven ons a U'v oii biml
line iiMurimimi of I'.utry Wo make irculi tvety day, iho toll, w" or: J
Ladlos' Flngors, M.iranguo Croams, Maccaroons, Sponge Cakes, Pound Cafccs, lolly Rolls,
Fruit Cakes, Citron Cakos, nnd a largo varioly ol olhor Small Cakes.
WEDDIKfG CAKES A SPECIALTY.
Sp clal u. tiers (or any kind of Cakes piomptly filled Frc-h Cm di"s liv
Hull Telephone 18ki.
Open from N a.
1 R. J. F. B. McCLEERY. Clinm
J.TA pion liillhml I'layir, will give mi
In the Large IMuliig Hnoni of Iho Ha
Friday Evening, October 15th
At 8 o'clock. Tickets CO cents, Scuts
Itoti vi il for Ladies 57 2t
ON THUHSDAY, a Hunch of Rev.
The tlmler will bo mitiblv re
wauled by leaving sumo at the i fllee of
.1. P. COLHUHN,
M If King Sueet.
T AN ADJOURNED MEETINO
ot the lluinuula Sheen Station (?n..
held thi. day, the following cfllocrs
P. W. GLADE
II. P. t.LADE
J. P. FIAOK1-ELD....
II. P. flr.ADK Ki.nrnlnr,.
Honolulu, Uct. 11. 18S0. 57 3t
AJIEKIIN'a of the Hawaiian How.
ing and Ynelilnig As-oelilion will
In- beli at 'be Iolniil Club House on
Htl 'AY. the Mih ins'., at 7:110 e. .m
Per Order. Vv". M GIFPAHD,
5 :i Sec eta ry
MR. JOHN MAGOON is alone
auilu.riyol lo collect bills due lo
Ihe Honolulu Steam Laundry during
llie time it was under lease lo me, from
June 17th to Uctolur Sml, IfSli.
Honolulu, Oct. i, !8S(i. 65 4t
Ail ISS TUCK being no longer em
JL ployed at Mis. Lick's, Art Rooms,
Mis. Nichol will 11-,-nine oliaige and at
tend to all oidcis for Stamping nnd Em
broidery. Enibroidci Lemons at a re
duced rale for the Holiday Season.
Matcrinls for lancy voik on hand; full
shadings in Silks, Air.uenos, Ohuillles,
Thanking our custi meis for post na
tronage wo ask for a conti nance of the
same. Onleis from the other Islands
promptly attended to. 48 tf
THE PROPRIETORS of the Steam
L.iumliy request that all customers
who have promised llieir washing will
have it rend f.r delivery to heir
driveis, who will cull, on .MONDAYS.
MR. MAX ECKART has removed
his Jewehy .Mam fieioiy to Port
Stieet,jiut above ,le Shouting Gallery,
wbeie ho will unit) on his regular busi
ness. 48 1m
New Photograph Ilooms. I
OVER NicholV toie, Fort street, I
next iho Shooting Gallery, Pic
tures, Portrait!, and View;.. Fiibt-class I
woilc. SatlsfniAion guaranteed. !
20 ly J. A. GOXSALVES.
COTTAGE TO LET.
FUHNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
ACottngj on Liitialilo and Piikoi
Streets, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Use of horso and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
48 t,t Cor. Port & Hotel Sts
DRS. HILL AND RENNIEhavo
left at the olllreof the undericned
a fow packages of iheir Remedies. They
can be had rn application to
.I.E. WISEMAN, Asont,
54 Iw Merchant Street.
"ES. 13. THOMAS,
Ofllce, corner Alakea and Queen streets,
MUTUAL Tiar.l'lIONK, 385.
814 P, O.Ho.117. Om
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Gas Fitters
and Copper.bniithH. No. 71 King street,
Honolulu. ST House and Snip Job
Wmk promptly executed, 102
The Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family eml Blacksmith Coal
and n geucrul assortment of
415 Bar Iron. ly
O LUSO 1IAWAIIANO.
ALL poisons who want to communi
cate with tho Poituguese, either
lor business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will Mini it
the most proiitnblo way to i dvertisu In
tho I.uso JIaivailaiio, the now organ of
the Portuguese colony, which Is pub.
lisheil on merchant street, Gtttcttc Hull .
Ing, (Post Olllco Letter Wax E.), nnd
only charges icasouublo rates for advertisements.
Mutual 'IVIriilinuu 3U8.
in. toll p. in.
TO . -AXSlg &"VJH3 I
E. llktno U.Diluo.'id, con isHng
of a line lot ol
California lane Brakes !
New Style", Severn Sels of New
Harness, and Lot of Whips.
.j. jl.v o xs,
Auctioneer ami CnmiuU-iou Mi reliant.
Good Dry Ha Cigiivs,
Cigarettes of Every Description,
Every kind of Smoking Material, any
quantity, and the he-t quality, at
F. Hilder's Central Cigar Stand.
E. J. SELLER,
Begs to inform his numeiois oustomeis.
that ho isiiow making the
same quality of
Dili)? miDvwi? noli
1 UllU JJMU Mi jXM
As was llit made by the old firm
of Meller & Hal be.
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Kine Street. Mutual Telephone 287
F. RUPPRECHT, .
126 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu Steam Laoirr
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible paities is prepared at
short notice to do all Washing in a Su
perior Manner. A cousi leiable
J& 3ES X XT G T I O TV
has been made from the scale of
former rates, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
witli a trial. CCt
Haw'nCumiiRoMnnf'KCo., ill) KIO
K. O. Hall & bon.Ouw issue) 100 100
Bell Telephone, a 'Mi 10
C. Hrewer tSs Co., nit 100
Woodlawn Daiiy, ill! 100
Wailuku SuRiu Co., !)7 100
Waimanalo, 155 100
Star Mill, 4v5 fiOO
Reciprocity Sti(,'iir Co., (-0 IOC
Ice Company, 87 100
Inter-Ipland S. 2sr. Co., 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hrokei
3H Merchant Stioel 1D1 ly
New York Line 1
MESSRS. W. II. CROSSMAN & HRO.
will have tin Al vissel loading In
this Lino to lcavo in all Nweinbtr.
Tho greater prrl of ordirs sent foiward
by Mail of October Urd, will probably
be in sen sou.
45 CAhTLR & COOKE, Agents.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive just leceivtd a few n o.-u
GEORGE LUCAS, jJft
Honolulu Steam Phuilng Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,.
Brackets, Window Pinnies, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, nnd all kinds of Wood
work llntsh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
mg, Morticing and Tenanting,
Orders promptly itttonded to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Isl
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