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felSUOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnnds
Draw Exchange on tho
Sanlc ol Calil'oruiii, tet. IT.
And their ngonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Brink Co., of Sydney,
Tho CnmmcrcinrBauk Co, of Sjduoy,
Tho Uauk of Now Zcnlands Auckland,'
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Brink of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact n General BnnltlnirLUusincss
Fledged to neither Beet not Patty.
Bat esUbllihed for the benefit of all.
' SATURDAY. OCT. 23. 188G.
TRUTH ABOUT MISSIONARY RULE.
There is probably no one subject
affecting this Kingdom on which
there has been so much wild, errone-
oub, ignorant, and malicious local
talk as the subject of "Missionary
Rule." That people in the distance
should get false impressions from
scraps of imperfect information, is
not to be wondered at; but that so
large a proportion of false assertion
should pass as truth at home, wheic
the facts are known to many and
may be learned by all, is suprising.
Perhaps the true explanation is that
some unprincipled people with sttong
prejudices, who know better, seek
to advance their own selfish aims by
blacking the character of mission
aries, and bringing their principles
of government into disiepute, while
more recent arrivals receive the
false assertions without sufllcient in
terest in the matter lo trouble about
ascertaining their validity. Among
the many false impressions of
erroneously informed new comets is
the belief that, up to the time of
the present Prime Minister's advent
to power, the Missionaries had entire
control of the Government, and con
ducted it in their own interests, to
the exclusion of all others. Nothing
can be farther from truth. The fact
that such strong minded men as
Doctor Hutchinson and others, with
no missionary connection or sym
pathy whatever, held Cabinet posi
tions for many years, with seveial
men of a similar stamp filling im
portant suborbinate ollices, shows
the utter fallacy of the belief just
jiow referred to. As to missionary
interests having bucn served, to the
neglect of others, no stronger testi
mony to the contrary is required
than that of a very old resident of
these islands, uttered on Fort street
the other day, in hearing of a knot
of listeners. Said he, "You may
say what you please about mission
aries. I don't like them, and they
don't like me. I am a hardened old
sinner who hasn't been in church
for forty ycais. But fair play, boys.
I have been here over thirty years,
and I can tell you I don't want any
"better Government than what you
call missionary government. We
Lad things straight and houest then,
l)ut what have we now? Give me
missionary government all the time,
and then 1 knew my taxes are
honestly expended for the general
good. I want a decent and respect
able government, whatever I may
be myself; and that is what the
missionary government was."
BON VOYAGE AND SAFE BACKI
His Excellency George AV. Mer
rill, United States Minister Icesident,
and Mrs. Merrill, are about to leave
Honolulu on a slioit visit to their
native land, the United States of
America. Mr. and Mrs. Men ill
have been here about a year and a
half, and have secured the hearty
friendship of the community. Not
only do they stand well with their
own people, the American residents,
Lut are much respected and highly
esteemed by all nationalities te
presented in this polyglot popula
tion. Their brief absence will leave
a blanlt in social circles, that will be
undoubtedly felt until their ictiirii.
They take with them tho best wishes
of the community, with which the
Bulletin cordially joins, for a plea
sant voyage, an enjoyable vacation,
and a safe return.
I'ATitoNizi: Homo lndimtiy by buy
ing cigars of J, W. Jlingloy, Cigar
IManufactuier, at tho Crystal Soda'
"Woiks, where ho is piopaicd to fill all
oidcrs at the lowest pohbiblo whole
Bale prices. Island ordeis solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is lequiied" to
'Hell theso eiigais. Do not forget tho
JiTamorJ. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
t'-Crystal.Soda Works, Hotol street.
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THE t'LANTRRS' CONVENTION.
ANNUAL JU"XT1N0 OV TUB t'LAXTKItS'
I.AtlOH AND SU'N.Y COMPANY.
The Planters' Labor and Supply
Co. met at the Chambers of Com
merce, Campbell's block, on Mon
day 18th inst, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Hon. S. B. Dole, President, took
the chair, and lion. L. A. Thurston,
Secretary, called the roll, which
showed the following shareholders
repiesentcd: A. N. Baldwin, S. O.
Alexander, J. 11. Athciton, II. 1.
Baldwin, Bcceroft Palntatioii, li. C.
Bond, C. "jSI. Cooke, B. l- Dilling
ham, S. 11. Dole, Grove Hunch Plan
tation, JliiAvaUaji .Agricultural Com
pany, Hitchcock &Co., 15. llalslead,
HfinQinuTlantaUon. J. M Horner,
WY. Horner, HaikiLiillgarCo., p.
TsentiBrg, P. TH Junes, KaneoJic
Plantation, Kilauoa SngarJ3o., Kc
liala' Sugar Co., Klpnliultt 31 ill, Jvi
iiahulu Plantation, T. Lidjjatc &
Co., Makee Sugar Co., 11. A. Maclle
Jr., Piineeville Plantation, Pacific
Sugar Mill Co., "W. II. Purvis & Co.,
Richard, A. II. Smith & Co., "VY. O.
Smith, A. II. Smith, Z. S. Spalding,
F. A. Schaefcr, J. G. Spencer, G. N.
Wilcox, A. S. Wilcox, Wailuku Su
gar Co., Waiakea Mill Co,, T. H.
Walker, Andrew Welsh.
Tim SECRETARY'S ANNUAL lir.rOUT.
To the President and stockholders
of the Planters' Labpr and Supply
Company Gentlemen: The follow
ing is respectfully submitted as the
Seci clary's1 report for the past year:
ikusti:i:s and orncr.iis.
At its last annual meeting, held
October 10, 18S5, the company
elected the lollowing named gentle
men as Trustees: S. B. Dole, II.
P. Baldwin, W. IS. Bowel! - G. N.
Wilcox, P. llalstead, II. F. Glade,
P.. A. Macfic, J. B. Atherton, P. C.
Jones, L. A. Thurston, W. Y. Hor
ner, J. M. Horner, W. P. Castle.
The follow ing officers were elected
by the Trustees: President, S. B.
Dole; Vice-President, II. P. Bald
win; Tieasurer, P. C. Jones; Se
cretary, L. A. Thurston ; Auditor,
J. B. Atherton.
The Trustees Jiave held five meet
ings during the year.
1MMIRKA1ION AND I.AItOIt.
During the year ending October,
1880, immigration laborers were
brought into the country to the num
ber of 1,731, consisting of Portu
guese, G3; Japanese, 1,598; South
Sea Islanders, 73. This was in ad
dition to women and children.
The following is a statement
of the ariivaj of immigrants
since the last annual
meeting: March 2, 188G, by the
Stiilingshire-Poituguese, men, 148;
women, 09; children, 192; total
February 1, 188G, by City of Pc
kin Japanese, men, (i90; women,
228; total 918.
September , 188G, by Amana
Portuguese, men, MG; women, 11G;
children, 239; total 301.
Total, Portuguese, men, 294; wo
men, 215 ; children, -131.
Total, Japanese, men, G90.
Total new laborers for the year,
Ditto for two years last past,
No South Sea Island immigrants
have been obtained during the year,
tho last attempt of the Hazard, two
years ago, met with such poor suc
cess. The biig Allic Rowo is now
on a trip to the South, with orders
for 200. The South Sea Islanders
are obtained at lower wages than
either Japanese or Portuguese, but
it is doubtful policy to obtain them,
as almost without exception they re
turn home upon the expiration of
their contiacts, the expense of get
ting them here hereby becoming a
dead loss. As nono of the Japanese
contracts have yet expired, we can
not say what they will do, but it is
probable that a large proportion of
of them will remain in the country.
Tho Portuguese have shown that in
the main they will make a peima
nent population, but a small propor
tion of the whole number brought
heio have gone to California, and
the" reports fiom those who have
gone there are that they regret the
change and would bo glad to get
There is no doubt that the ex
pense of obtaining Japanese at 855
each and Portuguese at 810 each is
very much nioro than is necessary.
These liguies have given the intro
ducers of tho Iubortu'H a much larger
margin of piofit than the planter
can afford to pay, and there is no
reason why the figures should not be
very much i educed in the future.
X The obtaining of laborers during
the coming year is a question of tho
greatest importance. Tho position
of the Government with relation to
the subject is doubtful. Some time
ago it was announced that tho Gov
ernment would not undertake to in
troduce any more Inbor for the pre
sent. Since that a partial chango
of Administration lias taken place
and an item of 8250,000 for immi
gration purposes has been placed in
tho Loan bill. It is, however, op
tional with the Government to bor
iov the money and expend it for
this pmposo, and no further declar
ation of policy has been made since
that above mentioned. Meanwhile
tho available plantation laborers are
growing Jess in number by reason of
departuro and engaging in other
occupations, and necessity for a new
supply will 60on becomo urgent.
There aio now applications on file
for about 700 Japanese, and a much
larger number will soon bo required.
In several of the districts labor is
nbiinilnnt ul the nrcsUnl
wages, but nnv decrease
would immediately cause a scarity
of labor. With the present prices
of sugar cheap labor is an absolute
essential to the future existence of
the sugar industry. It is not a
question of sentiment or advisabili
ty of high or low grade labor; it is
simply a cold question of fact Will
you continue the sugar industry
with cheap labor, or will you abo
lish the sugar industry of tho Isl
nndsV Thnt is tho nnlv alternative.
Tin; ti!i:asuiii:u's uupout.
Mr. 1'. C. Jones, Treasurer, pie
scnted his report, showing balance
on hand nt the begging of the year,
8921 ; collections, $3,187; expendi
tures, S3, 079 ; leaving a balance on
hand of S7JJ2.
At the afternoon session, a dis
cussion on the position of the com
pany took place, participated in by
Messrs. Jones, Spalding, Homer,
Baldwin, Walker and Smith. A
resolution passed, on motion of Mr.
J. M. Homer, amended by Mr. II.
P. Baldwin, as follows: "Resolved,
that a committee of five be ap
pointed by the President, whose
duty it shall be to revise or so
change our Constitution or by-laws
that our members may be more
equally and justly assessed, and
their rights as planters be as well,
or belter, maintained, and to report
the same to this association to
moi row morning for adoption or
Tito committee appointed con
sisted of Messrs. J. M. Horner, 11.
P. Baldwin, Z. S. Spalding, I?. Hal
stead and P. C. Jones.
The company next took up the
consideration of the publication of
the Pluntera' Monthly.
The committee appointed on the
pievious dnj reported, lecommend
ing that by by-law 11 be amended
The Board of Trustees may levy
assessment on the capital stock of
the company as provided in article
8, and may fix the date (not less
than thirty days from the time of
passing the resolution) at which
said assessment, if unpaid, shall
have become delinquent, and any
stock upon which any assessment
may become delinquent shall bo ad
vertised by the Secretary in some
one newspaper published in Hono
lulu for the period of thirty days,
and if the said assessment shall still
i cmain unpaid, tlie Board of Trus
tees shall declare the same forfeited
to the corporation, and' the holder
or holders shall be debarred fiom
any rights or piivileges based upon
the possession of such shares of
stock (provided that any member
may at any thnp surrender any part
of his stock to the Treasurer of the
company upon his payment of all
assesinents that may have become
due and payable on such stock so
surrendered up to the time of such
surrender). And the Board of .Trus
tees maj' then issue new certificates
ot stock in place of shares so for
feited (or surrendered), the same as
if tho forfeited (or surrendered)
shares had never been issued.
The amendments appear in
Mr. Horner said the object of the
committee had been to allow those
who have more shares than they
thought they ought to pay assess
ment for to sunender, so as to
bring them moie on an equality.
Fuither, he said, the committee
recommended and urged upon all
parties interested in the sugar in
dustry throughout the Islands to
help to carry out more vigorously
the objects of this company by sub
sci ibing for one share approximately
for every three tons of their yearly
average production. They urged
the adoption of this recommenda
tion as a resolution. If this could
be carried out the assessment would
probably not be more than 10 cents
per share, and tho association would
be held together as an organized
body ready for action whenever it
might be needed. That was all the
committee had been able to accom
plish, and on theso points they were
unanimous, excepting Mr. Dole,
who had not yet &een the form in
which the recommendations had
been diawn up.
The report and lccommendatioiiB
of the committeo were discussed at
length by Messrs. A. II. Smith, J.
31. Horner, the President ; Mr. J.
Austin, the Secretary, and Mr.
Tho proposed amendment was
The other recommendation of tho
committeo was adopted wjth up
amendment by Mr. Schaefor that
the last part of tho resolution, giv
ing tho proportion of shaiestotho
tonnage, bo omitted.
An amendment proposed by Mr.
Spaulding to at tide G, to make tho
number of trustees seven instead of
thirteen, was supported by Messrs.
Spaulding, Jones and Austin, and
opposed by Messrs. Macfle, Bishop
anil J. M. Horner. On being put,
the amendment was lost, on a vote
of shargs 5,255 to 3,075 a two
thirds majority being necessary to
A report was lead by Mr. Bald
win, as chairman of the Committeo
on Seed Cano and Fertilizers. He
recommended a plan for saving all
tho refuse on tho plantation, includ
ing dead animals, in a largo cellar
on tho side of a hill, with an open
ing in thp roof to dump through.
By some such means enough fer
tilizers could be produced on tho
plantation to manuro all the land
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planted each ycal. Thd rcpottalso
discussed seed cane aitd was (sup
plemented by a letter from Mr. 15.
C. Bond, a member of tho com
On motion of Mr. Homer tho
report was accepted and ordered to
be published in tho Pluntcrs'
Mr. P. C. Jones moved the num
ber of trustees be nine instead of
Mr. Austin moved an amendment
that four tiuslccs form a quorum.
The motion, as amended, passed.
ELECTION OV 1 RUSTLES.
The company proceeded with the
election of trustees, which resulted
as follows, the result of the ballot
being: II. P. Baldwin, 11,700; II.
F. Glade, 11,780; J. Lulijate, 11,-
435; Geo. Williams, 11,434; R.
llalstead, 11,425; P. C. Jones, 11,
085; Geo. N. Wilcox, 9,570; Jas.
H. Castle, 9,210; '.. S. Spalding,
Mr. P. C. Jones from the Recipro
city Committee, said that no meet
ing had been held, and he had no
report. He commended the actions
of the Hon. II. A. P. Carter, Minister
at Washington, on the matter of the
Mr. R. A. Macfle presented the
report of the Transportation Com
mittee. The report will appear in
the Planter's Monthly.
The report of J. M. Lidgate, of
the Committee on the Manufacture
of Sugar was read by the Secretary,
and was ordered to be printed in the
A discussion took place on the re
port l elating to the manufaeluio
Mr. P. C. Jones said tho Hawaii
an Agricultural Company had tried
boiling for one grade during the
year, and found that it lowered po
larization without compensation in
Mr. II, F. Glade reported on a
trial in boiling for one grado, the
result of which was an avciage of
91 per cent, when before and since
there was an average of 94 and 95
per cent. They had therefore come
to the conclusion that one grade
boiling was not advantageous.
Mr. II. P. Baldwin had ti icd one
grade boiling, the average of pola
rization being favorable, but the
process more expensive for fuel,
lie had therefore given it up.
Mr. 15. Lycan's report of the com
mittee on Fruit Culture was read,
and ordered to be published in the
Mr. J. M. Horner read a paper on
legislation which appears elsewhere
in this paper, in full.
A discussion on this, subject fol
lowed, resulting in the adoption of
the following i
Jlatolved, That the Planters' La
bor and Supply Company do here
by place themselves on record as
being opposed to an opium license,
which they consider injurious to the
planting interest of the counti',
and l egret that a law permitting it
was passed. And that we consider
the increase of taxes made by the
late Legislature to be unjustifiable
and m derogation of the interest of
planters. Also that we consider
that the vetoing of the law compell
ing the retaining of road taxes in
the district was against the inteicsts
of tax-payers and of good roads,
and we are of opinion that such a
law should havo been passed.
After the transaction of some
routine business, the convention was
closed for the year.
DEATH OF MR. THOMAS BROWN.
Mr. Thomas Brown, whose golden
wedding anniversary was celebrated
a week ago, doparted this life, yes
terday afternoon. As stated in the
notice of the-anniversary oelebratjon,
Mr. Brown has been an osteomed
resident of these Islands, the great
er part of forty years. He has held
tho responsible position of Regis
trar of Conveyances for many years,
enteiing the ofllce as clerk, thirty
years ago. Mrs. Brown is a bister
of theUon. Godfrey Rhodes, one of
the ex-Presidents of the Legislative
Assembly. The surviving members
of Mr. Brown's family aro: Mr.
Godfrpy Brown, Mrs. (Rev.) Alex.
Mackintosh, Mr. Frank Brown, lion.
Ceoil Brown and Mr. Malcolm
Brown. Deceased was u nativo of
Knglnnd, and had attafned the ripe
age of 82 years. His funeral takes
place this afternoon, and will doubt
less bo largely attended. The Gov
ernment buildings were closed to
day, and Hags were at half-mast in
respect to the meinory of tho de
ceased. FOREBCM MEWS,
Tho steamship Mariposa, which
arrived from New Zealand this
morning, brings dates to the 12th
instant, from which the following
late news is gathered'.
London, October 2. Lord Ran
dolph Churchill, addressing a Coiit
servativB mooting at Deptford last
night, referred at some length to the
position of affairs in Kastcrn Europe,
lie dwelt upon the many efforts
which England had made to assist
tho young nations in gaining liberty.
Ho rejoiced that Austria had taken
tho lead in endeavouring to preserve
tho freedom and autonomy of the
countries of the Balkan Peninsula.
Some of tho Great Powers are in
clined to bo contentious, others were
anxious for the maintenance of
peace. If compelled to choose Eng
land would byrapatnise with Bui-
gal la. England's' adhesion
probably seivo to nveil war.
Wellington, October 0. Sir J.
Vogol has received tho following
telegram from the postmaster at
"White Island appears from here
to be in slnlc of active eruption.
"At G o'clock this evening vast
columns of smoke were thrown up
some thousands of feet."
Melbourne, October G. The pro
posal to conclude-a locipiocity tiealy
between Fiji and Victoria, has been
under consideration by the Cabinet,
and has been favorably viewed.
Further communications with Fiji,
however, aio deemed necessary be
foie coming lo a final decision on
Gisboinc, October 7. Captain
Johnson, of the steamer Australia,
reports that when abreast of White
Island, and 5 o'clock last night, t,Uo
island broke out into violent erup
tion, clouds of black smoke shoot
ing liundieds of feet into the air.
lie lost sight of the island quickly
owing to the smoke.
Vienna, October 9. An Anarchist
plot to set fire to the timber yards
and public buildings in this city hns
been frustrated by the authorities,
and a quantity of dynamite lias been
London, October 9. The first
heat of the Welsh Harp Handicap
was rowed on the Thames to-day,
when "Wallace Ross and Perkins beat
Ncilson, who is consequently out of
the lina heat.
Sofia, Oct. 9.
A circular has been addressed by
the Regency to the foieign Consuls
in Bulgaiia, threatening the expul
sion of foreigners if they continue
to meddle in connection witli the
elections now proceeding for the
Giand Sobiange. Tho Russian Con
sul, M. Neklinoffj has returned the
circular, and suspended his lclations
with the Regency. He awaits or
ders fiom General Kaulbars as to
the further course which should be
London, October 10. The efforts
of General Kaulbars to excite tieason
in the Bulgaiian anny have failed,
and the Russian meetings are every
where conducted with a great amount
Bulgaria has been compelled to
accept Russian loans.
Russia has proposed a union be
tween Roumelia and Bulgaria under
a king if Bulgaria submits.
London, October 11. A plot to
provoke a rebellion in the chief
ccntics in Bulgaria on the loth inst.,
as a prelude to a Russian occupa
tion on November 9th, has been dis
covered. Russia is massing her troops at
Odessa and Bessarabia.
"High officers stationed along the
Austrian and Roumaninn frontier
declare that the occupation of Bul
garia by Russia is a certainty.
The Czar is in a stale of nervous
SEE WO will this evening rejopen a
portion of the Ablor Hone as a
Codec Saloon, with Mu. Manren
as manager. H5 lw
FOR SALE. 5
A SUPERIOR FAMILY
Cow. For r'iu'ioulnn en.
quire at tliib Otlloc. 03tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
' SHOP. Rear of Luca,' Mill.
ONE AT No,
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and 09 Hotel btreel,
Fresh Grocorios and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
V. O. Eox 130, Uell Telephone No.
3 HI, Mutual Telephone No. 104.
J. H. SOPER,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co,)
Dealers In nil kinds of ,
Tlie J.atest Foreign rapers always on
Inind ut the
Gazette' Mlocky Mcrchnnt
EST The Enjrlleh
always on band.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Me Pacific Transfer Co.
Oflko with O, K. Miller,
l Mciclunit Street,
Boll Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
I nm fully piepared to do all kinds of
drnynge, binding or moving w oik, nil of
which I will guarantee to execute faith
02 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
A. Y M JP, J .
LL ordeis lor Cartago promptly at,
XX. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands,
Also, Black and White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Ofllce, adjoining E, P. Adams & Co.'b
083 ly Mutual Telephone No. 10.
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I mn inslrut'tcil 1 y t Lnrgo Importing
Ho ;su lo hold a Special Salts
at my SMleroom
On Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1886,
At 10 o'clock ii.in., of n large and
well selected Slock of
Bleached and Brown Cottons,
Ci li'.on Flannels, Ginghams,
I'iquc, Serge, Ilcsiciy, Quilt',
Towol, Hiindkerchli'fn, Suitings,
Comfortcis, Underwear, BhwkeU.
HATS & CAPS
Panlf), Denim Overalls nnd Jumpers,
Sh ris mid Drawers, Lnmpj, Soup,
Envelopes, Writing 1'nper and Ink,
TnttiLs, Bags and Vnllses, ' ml Mm .
Hi if, ens, eie- Alo
CLOCKS, JEWELRY & WATCHES.
Billiard Match !
Hawaiian Hotel Billiard Boom,
J. F. B. McCLEERY
fi00 Points up for a purse of
$250 and Entrance Money.
it AdmiHRioii, Sl.OO. 2t
Election of Officers.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
tli3 tlteiu Affriculturnl Co.. Llm.
lie I, held October U,18fcG, the following
ofllcors weio elected to net for the ensu
ing yeai :
W. F. AIJ.EN
B. ORU3JNSTEIN .
Tlie above mentiouid ofllcers compose
the Biavd of Directors
Secretary Heehi Agricultural Co., L'd.
C3 tw .
New York Line !
MES iRS. W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.
will have an Al ressel loading in
this Line to leave in ail N'.vembrr.
Tlie greatrr part of orders sent fjiward
by Mini of October 23rel, will probably
be In sj son.
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
S. M. GARTER,
on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Woo, Sawed and Split.
Orders arc henby solicited and will
be delivered at any locality within ihe
No. 8G KINO STREET.
Iluth Te'IeplioneN. 187. U
TO THE OtthDITORS OF THE
Etato of JOSH P, AM ARAL, a
bankrupt, take notice.
That the nnderaigned. Assignee of the
Estate of Jos.e P. A mural, a bankrupt,
has prcparaiory to his iliial account and
dividenil, submitted I is accounts as such
ussicnce, and Hied tlie tame before Hon.
L. McOully, Justice of the Supreme
Court, at his (Jim inborn, :o whom he
will apply at 10 o'clork a. in , on WED
NESDAY, the 27lh dny of October,
for ii settlement of mid accounts nnd for
a dibchiirjrn from all llubility as such
ass'gnee, nnd for an order to make a
And that any person interested may
then and there appenr und contest the
same, JON'A. AUSTIN,
Assignee of tho Estate of Jose P.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1RSQ. 62 3t
Having now passed into the hands
of responsible parties is prepared at
fhort notice to do nil Washing in n Su
perior Manner. A coml.lciable
has been made from tlio bcalo
former rale?, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
Who will favor the Establishment
.with a trial. 00t
MAX ECKART has removed
his Jewelrv Manufactory tn Port
Street, just above the Shooting Gallery,
where he will carry on his regular busi
ncsa. , 48 1m
. i i i i .1 .1 . .
The Eagie louse,
HoomstoUt, wllh of without Donid.
Tint MS IIKASOXA11LE. The house
U now readv for oecup ilh-n
JlltS. J.T. WHITE,
Honolulu, Oel. 21, 188(1. Cl'Jw
COTTAGE TO LET.
FURNISHED OH UNFUKN1 ID.
A Cottngo ou Lutmlllo ami I'HKol
Streets, furnished complete for Houm'.
keeping. Use of hon-u and can luge;
large garden. Apply to
CIIAS. J FISI1EL,
4S tf Oor. Fort & Hotel Sta
TWO COTTAGES, COR
ner Nuuntm and School fct.
Alt.o one ('oltniri' hi Adam's
Lime. Apply to II WATKRHOUsK.
Annual Meeting of the
"Waiheo Sugar Co.
STOCKHOLDERS of tho Willice
Sugiv Company will lnle nollco
thnt the Annual Meeting of tho Company
will b) held at iho onion of Mu sl.
Irwin & Co , on MUNI
8th, nt 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. GARTER,
Sec'y Wuilicu Suk.u Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, I8S0. 50 ll
"JVflSS TUCK being no longer cm
XtJL ployed nt Mrs. Luck's Ait Rooms,
Mrs. Nichol will illume clinige und nt.
tend to a'l ordeis for Stamping nnd Em
broidery. Embioidery Lessons nt a re
duced rate for the Holiday Season.
Materials, for fancy woik ou'hnnil; ful
shudlngs in SUKfc, Aiwencs, Chenilles,
Thanking our ctit' nun for j est, pa.
tronage we nsk for n ennti uatice oT tho
same. Oideis f it m the nlliei Inlands.
promptly intended to. 48 t
DURING MY AH EXOE FROM
the Kinedo'". v ii.j. II Frsnnn,
of Bishop & Co.'- Bank, It act fin mo
under lull I owai.nf.Aiti. mey Mji. H.
Ajimitaok will onndutt ray "office busi
iicss anil at end to 1 11 bi sine.- entiusted
lo hi- cure. J. E. lfcEMAN.
Geneial B s'nebs Agent, S Meichnnt
I HEREBY give notice that from '
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debts con
tracted without tlie wiitten order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C. 28 3m
1 COVERED BUGGY, in perfect
X older; we'll ndipled lor counliy
use; and fitted with shafts, pole anil
1 Set Secondhand Double Harness.
1 " " " bingle
'Ihe well-known Carriugo Horse
1 Thoroughbred Pedigreed Milch Cow
Jersey-Durham to calyo in Novcm.
her. Apply to GEO. H. LUCE.
FOR THE SUPPLY OP MEAT TO
the Quen:) Hospital, in quantities
t.i suit the diily leqiiireinents of tho
Hotpital; the coutracito be ioronoyear,
commencing the 1st day of November,
Sealed tenders will be received nt the
ofllce of Iho undersigned, and be opened
on SATURDAY, tho 2Jrd inbtuut, al
noon. For particulnr apply to
P. A. SCUAEl'-EH, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1880. 10 5t
,VER Nichol's More, Fort street.
next the Shootine Gulleiv. Pic
tures, Portraits and views. Fiist-olass,
work. Satisfaction guaranteed.
20 ly J. a. GONSALVES.
A COOL FACT i
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY
Evening, nt half-past nix o'clock,
a wagon will leave Mellui'n Ic
Crcum Itatnbljtthiiiciit every
evening, and so the rounds of the rounds
of the city, selling und dcllveiing Mel.
ler's Choice leu Cream, made from Pure
Dairy Crtam Tho Cieiun will bo
packed, handled and delivered in a neat
and tusty manner. Look out and stop
the Wagon. Buy home Ice Cream, and'
by so doing, be happy for once.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received n few more
Office 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent
11I1IH mid ItentH Collected,
Iteul r.Htulo IIoiiKlit and Hold,
All matters cnti usted to mo will receive
piumpl attention, nnd returns
)V f i-
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. JP- filw.-