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FRIDAY. JUNK n. 1887.
WHO IS SCARED?
In pursuance of the course laid
down yesterday, "to convey correct
information to the public in legard
to Governmental policy and enter
prise." this morning's Advertiser
publishes a very mild article under
the caption ot "Who U scared:"
and proceeds to "convoy informa
tion" which is well knoun to the
public to be incorrect, and which
the article shows on its face to be
"twisted." There is a tacit ad
mission that the Government has
been interfering with the importa
tion of lircarms, and an attempt to
defend it action. Of course, no
man ol common sense can possibly
interpiet this to mean that there is
any scare! Oh, dear, No! The
assertion thai "the Government has
been disarming rather than arming"
is supported in this way: "It sent
away on board the Kaimiloa its
most effectual weapons of war and
twenty percent of the customary
guard of the I'alace, and the chief
olllcors, in whom the remaining
force have the most confidence, arc
absent from thu Capital on various
public duties abroad." This is prob
ably intended especially for sending
abroad by the steamer to leave to
day or to-morrow. The "informa
tion" is quite "correct" so far as it
goes, but it stops short of "the whole
truth," and is calculated to make
"false" impressions on the minds
of people not familiar with all the
facts. The truth is, that the signs
of scare have been manifested, since
the departure of the Kaimiloa and
tho ollicers referred to. It is a waste
of time to recapitulate the proposi
tions and acts of the Government
ivithin the past week or two, for
Ihey are well known to every intelli
gent resident. They certainly tend
very strongly to create the belief
that the Government oigan is en
deavoring to mislead rather than to
give correct information. There can
be no doubt about there having been
a scare of sonic kind or other. As to
there having been reasonable ground
therefor, is another question. If,
instead of 'acting as though alarmed
at the feeling of dissatisfaction
among the people, the Government
would adopt a course favorable to
the people's good, it would show
moro sense and less ltidicruusness.
iioxoits in 'run ouanp mas rr.u
OAMFOJtXI.V AND Till; VISI'l
A banquet was last evening ten
dered to Grand Master K. C. At
kinson and tho visiting Masons by
Hawaiian Lodge, .No. 21, F. &
A. M., ami Lodge lo J'logres do
rOceanie, No. 1LM, A. F. ec A. M.
Tho opening ceremony was a recep
tion in thu parlors. The Grand
Master look up a position at one end
of tho room, and as thu brethren
arrived, thoy wore presented to him
by I1. M. Monsarrat. His Majesty
attended by tho acting Vicc-Cham-bcrlain
btood alongside of tho Grand
Master. About 1) o'clock the band
Rtruck iii a grand march and tho
brethren filed into the spacious din
ing room, where covers wore laid
for 150 persons. Brother Mousaiiat
took (ho head of tho tabic, sup.
ported on tho tight by His Majesty
and on tho loft by Grand Master
Atkinson. Suspended on tho wall
behind the &oats of honor was a
banner bearing a Mnsoniu device
nnd tho words "Welcome, Grand
Master." The tables were loaded
with good things comprising all the
delicacies of this and other tunikots,
nnd the whole was profusely deco
rated with fragrant llowors. Brother
Monsarrat called upon Brother Mac
kintosh to ask n blessing, and then
commenced thu deiouring of the
good things provided. After full
justice had been done to the viands
on all sides Brother Monsarrat lose
and spoke to the following effect :
tour Majesty and Brethren c
have met this evening to do honor
to a most distinguished guest, the
tirantl Master of Ualifornia anil
visiting brethren. Members of the
Hawaiian Lodge and Lodge lc I'ro
gres, 1 ask you to unite with me in
extending to them a cordial and
fraternal greeting. Although Ma
sonry has existed on these islands
about !!7 years, this is the ilrst time
in its history that it has been hon
ored by a visit of the Grand Master.
We are pleased to welcome you,
brethren, to our shores, and to do
you honor. Let us drink to the
Grand Lodge of California and the
Grand Master of Freemasonry. The
toast was drunk standing.
Most Wor. Brother Atkinson
arose, and said in reply:
Grand Master of Ceremonies It
is said there conies a time in the
life of every man, when the heart
swells with emotion which the tongue
cannot express. Full well 1 know
the depth of that saying, and recog
nize that time with me to be the
present. When I take into con
sideration till the circumstances at
tending the visit to those islands,
when 1 recall the efforts of the ofll-
ccrs of the good ship Australia to
administer to the comfort of the
party, when I remember the magni
ficent reception accorded by the
local brethren to me and those by
whom i was accompanied, when I
survey the magniliecnee of the scene
before me in the poveity of my
language I must fail to express the
sentiments I feel.
Proceeding, ho said, lie thought
they could well understand the feeling-,
of a grateful heart, and all he
could 'av was simplv, I thank you.
He then dwelt on thu benign inllu
encc of Masonry and the ancient
history of the biotherhood. That
biothcihood, he said, in the course
of ages, had gradually extended its
influence. The great military road
from Rome to Capua and Tarpeian
Way were among their physical
achievements. In the excavations
which had revealed to modem eyes
the structures of early Koine the
symbols of Masonry wcic lotind.
Traces-were found alike upon the
sunny slopes of France and Italy
and the snowy steppes of Russia.
Still others there wcio upon the
banks of the Rhine, the Heine and
the Thames. Its principles received
recognition at the coronation of
English Kings in every century.
That stupendous ediiicc, the cathe
dral at Strasburg, was a monument
ol Masonry. But, however meat
and however imposing were the
monuments raised under lis aus
pices, they, like their builders,
must eventually be brought down lo
mother earth. Notwithstanding
this, when the last trace of their
handiwoik has passed tiway the
elevating principles of Masonry
would still survive in all their
strength to guide, protect and bless
mankind. To perpetuate those in
fluences and spread those principles
which the ancient brethren had
wrought was the work of the Grand
Lodge of California.
After dilating upon the scene
presented from tho S. S. Australia
as they approached Diamond Head
and sailed along the shores of this
"beautiful isle garden facing the
sea," a scene that would long live
in his memory, be again leveited to
Masonary and alluded to the fact
that momtrchs had not though! it
derogatory to their dignity to cast
in their lot with the brethren. Of
this there was a worthy example
present. In conclusion ho gave the
sentiment, "Long Lifo and Pros
perity to His Majesty the King."
His Majesty said in response:
Worshipful Master, Biethren and
Gentlemen Allow me to thank you
for the kind and cordial manner in
which you liavo drunk my health,
and for the kindly spiiit which you
have manifested. I am sure that
this occasion has established be
tween us more friendly relations
than previously existed. The oc
casion must of necessity bo a very
pleasant one when wo lcceive such
men as the Gitiud Master and broth
leu of California. (Applause) It
pleases us much to seo the visiting
brethren and to givo them a frater
nal shake of tho hand. The event
of their visit to the Islands marks
tin epoch in the histoiy of these
Islands in that it gives us greatly to
enjoy their company, and we hope
during theii shoit stay to do till m
our power to mnku their sojourn a
happy one. I will not speak tit
gt eater length, its tliete suo seven
toasts on tho list, hut I wish to call
upon you lo drink health and pros
perity to "Tho 1'iesident of tho
United States of America." (Loud
Tho toast was drunk with great
enllitisiaiu, but no leply was limdo
owing to the intended speaker, Hon.
G. W. Merrill, being absent,
Tho next toast was, "California
and tho Hawaiian Islands their
commercial and fraternal relations."
Coupled with the name of Senator
A. P. Whitney who replied in a l
very eloquent and able address '
spoke of the financial condition of
Hawaii, ho observed that the imports
and exports of thuso Islands last I
year weru between SM, 000,000 and '
815,000,000; Unit ill peicent of llitit
trade was with the Culled Stales,
and all but about i! percent of that
with California, tu the matter of
tonnage, sixty percent of thattuide
was carried on in American vessels.
Tho immigration that came to these
shores was chieily from California,
and of Chinese immigration a larger
proportion" came from California
than from the Mowery Land itself.
(Laughter). And now they had
come to cement the ties already ex
isting, lie regretted the absence of
His Excellency Mr. Merrill (through
indisposition) who would have re
sponded to this toast moro ably. On
behalf of the visiting brethren he
begged to thank His Majesty and
the Brethren of Hawaii for the
hospitality extended to them. (Ap
plause). The next on the list was "Uitr
Visiting Brethren of the Masonic
Excursion a cordial greeting and a
hourly welcome." coupled with the
name of l'ast Master T. J. Ciowley,
whoso happy reply was full of humor
and wit, and was frequently inter
rupted with laughter. In thu course
of his speech ho said it was evident
that the Master of the Ceremonies
had made a mistake, in calling upon
1 1 i in to respond for tho visiting
lie should have called upon
somebody who was not so well
acquainted witli our visiting Brethren
as he was. A very small amount of
good can be said of them on such
short notice. (Laughter).
Most of lliein came from the State
next to that in which Her Majesty
the Queen of these Islands was now
enjoying herself. Nearly every one
came from Maine, and some from
Boston which is not fur from Maine.
They consider Boston as big a place
as Maine. (Laughter). All he
knew were from Maine. Unfortun
ately he was nol born in Maine.
Napoleon I., had lie been born '
months before he was, would have
been an Italian instead of French
man. The visiting Brethren weic
from every grade and station in life.
lie held ti commission from the Gov
ernor of California, so they would ace
that commissions are not such valua
ble articles as Senator Whitney would
give them lo understand. Ho had
no title, not even a title to any ical
estate, but he would say this. That
there never has been and never will
be a lime when the visiting biethren
have been o heartily and coidially
received as on Ibis occasion "1
pause for a reply." (Loud laughter).
They iccoguiscd that hospitality was
the first Christian irtuc. In con
clusion he said thai, common gitili
tudo alone would make it imperative
upon them, (the visitors) to leceivu
the Biethren of Hawaii as they had
been leceived heie. The speaker
sat down amidst loud applause.
The next loast proposed by
Brother Monsarrat. was "Masonry,
the Handmaid of Religion." us
responded to by Bro. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, w ho eloquently ex
patiated upon the relations subsist
ing between tho two. Though soinu
might hold Unit the introduction of
religion into the lodge loom was
calculated to introduce the sword
rather than the trowel, he maintained
that, rightly conceived, Religion
and Masonry were inseparably con
nected. Ho curtailed his speech
somewhat in case lie should be ac
cused of delivering a. sermon.
Brother Monsarrat next proposed
tho "California State Grange," or
tlio "Patrons of Husbandry," was
responded to by Bro. Senator AVil
liam Johnston, who explained that
the Grange was tin organization
foimcd among the small farmers of
California for their mutual advance
ment, similar in character to the
Boards of Trade in cities. Its bene
llls are even extended to the wives
and daughters of the members.
Thu "Pleasures of the Hour" was
a toast lespondcd to by Chief Justico
Judd. In the course of a humorous
and interesting speech be told an
amusing story of a New York broker
who was in the habit of stammering.
Having previously lived in Balti
more, it was noticed that he stam
mered more on going to New York,
and ho gavu as the icason that it
was "a b-b-b-bigger place." (Loud
applause and much laughter).
"The Legal Fraternity" was re
sponded to by Bro. Powell of Oak
laud Lodge, No. 188, who, in ex
piessing his appreciation of llio
hospitable leccption accorded to the
visiting biethren, expressed the
pleasure he would feel in reciprocat
ing the cordiality.
"Tho Ladies, God bless them,"
brought I lie list to a close, and the
response to this toast was ably given
by Bro. S. A. Baker, who spoke tit
some length on tho indebtedness of
Masonry lo tho ladies by viituu of
tho happy influence they exert
upon the brethren individually.
1'pon the call of the Piesiding
olllcer tho meeting joined heartily
in singing "Auld Lang Syne" and
shoilly after 11 o'clock llie Brethren
dispersed to their lespectivo homes.
Tho ineiiu was of a most lecherche
character and reflected credit on
Manager Baitlett, who personally
superintended the purveying. The
band played during tho the early
hours of tho evening.
Wobstur'tt spelling book lias had
a oh dilution of over .00,000,000
aa. Pyrsxc,s.:;ii.-. .xfcMifrLfflnr'rjr4Atm .4
Saturday, June 4th,'87
At 10 o'chek a in.,
At tlioltesldenccof RKV .1. A. r KUBAN,
comer of Alupil and King Mne n. wo
will .-Oil at public luiUlnu, the in Ire
Household Fiiriiituie, co islstlng of
Upholstered Bed Lounge !
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Leather (Juvciud Easy Chairs,
Geie Upright Piano!
Kranicli & B-ieli, makers, N. Y.
Bhtuk Walnut Center Table,
1 ULight Cluuulil er,
Lace Unrlin-j, Coinice Poles,
Plenties, Large Center Rue;'',
Ono Set American Encyclopedia !
Black Walnut Hook Case,
Ko.i Hook Case,
I B. W. Marble Top Bedroom Sot!
Black Walnut Ghellbnlor,
Spring Mattresses', Mosquito Net',
Black" Walnut Cntdle,
Child's Black Bedstead,
jVHII 13IC2DX5003L Wld'A":
Black Wnlniil Bedstead?,
Camphor Waul Ti links,
Cedai Dress Ua-ic,
1 PILLAR B. WALNUT EXTENSION TABLE
Black Walnut Sideboard,
Black Walnut Chairs,
2 Decorated Tea Sets,
DECORATED DINNER SET I
CioHkeiy. Meat Safe, Bofiigeralor,
Klovoniid Kitchen Utensils.
Ami at 1M 'rl(M'l noon.
I Horse, broken to Saddlo & Harness
t Saddle Horse,
Sets Single Harness,
.Side Saddle, English Sitldle;
B Spanish, Leghorn & Common Fowls
Cif" The premises will ha open for in
spection on FRIDAY, .lime :Srd, fiom
!) a. m to It ). in.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
A ur I ion en r.s.
JUNE 8, 1087
At 10. o'clock, a.m.
At tho Residence of It. More
Corner of Itt-rrt uitn and Pilkol Si,
we will ell at Public Auction, the
Computing in pan of
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Marble Top Table,
Lirgo Center IJuus, f ofa Hues,
I Sherman Clay & Co. Upright Piano
Ebony Music It.ick, Portieis,
Lace Curtains and Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lounge, Vienna Club--,
Ono Massive B. V7. Marble Top Bed
room Set !
Spring Maltn-(-4. Pillows,
,lo-piito jMt-tv, JJ lAteusion Talilc,
1! W Waulrobo,
B. Walnut Marble Top Sideboard
As ortincnt of Plated and Silverware,
Ciotkety and Glasaie, lied I onngc,
llouichulil Sowiiii: Machine, Meat Silo,
.Stove and Utimilf, Cirdcn Tools, etc.,
Tho ahovo Fiiiniiuro U till in good
orler, and oilers u llnu opportunity to
house, keepers. The house will bo opin
for inspection ON MOXDAY and TUES
DAY, .lunu (itli ami 7th, from !) a. in. lo
II p. in.
E. l ADAMS & CO.,
1 1 Aticiionccis.
Departure Bay Goal
FOK FAMILY USE.
.Fusl; 12-eoeivetl !
Ex BklneJohn Worker, for bale
in lots to suit.
,l 1?oiiiu1k )er Ton.
WILDER & CO.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
lust the thing to iiiako bucket;, ol
when empty. For mIo by
'i1m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 'A halo Iiotu, :10 feet long, !! leet
deep, H feet wide; 2 22 feel hiuf Boats:
1 18 leet Smf limit; i.' Decked Plunger,
HI leet long, II feet (1 inched wide, 2 leet
II Inches deeji. with mast nnd i-ailHiill
complete; I 22 feet Sailing Scow, with
nuibt mill wiilrt all complete. Anplv to.
I-. 11. 1SYAN
Boat Builder and (ieneial Jobber. HI if
Coltiigo to Kent
AND KUHNITUBK 1'Olt SALE
IX. Low rent; tiiinltuie at a bargain.
For piiliculaiH rniuiliacfJnn. Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant fctteit. 27 tf
awa '"'in-: iiousk at pkhsbnt,
W. C. PA1IKK.
I mi ri r
Inlil TfiliDiiiiii Slims.
J une 4 h at 8 noon,
I wl'l sell at public, aue I ti at my sites
M .tunl Telephone ( o's Shines
T rms ensh In U. 8. Gold Coin.
IiRWIS .5. fl,E3VKY,
iiil It Auc I nicer.
1 am instructed by Moiis. Hum I Peer,
Preach Oomnii'slnuer, tu 'ell at public
auction (on account of Ikpirtuie) at
ills Hsldcncc, on llcrctuiila street, ad
joining l-'ott sheet Church,
At 10 oVIoek a. in.
(Providing- thu new (Jotninissicnicr nr.
rive per t-. a Al.imtu.t, duo .nine ; ti;,
The whole of bis Household Furniture
DlniiiC Tabic and Cliaiis,
Cottage Piano & Harmonium,
Sidehoaul, several Hcdroont Sel,
Chnir.s, Tallies and Hocking Olinir?,
UhamlulluH and Lamps,
Croclsei-y sml GhiKvare
Curtains and I.aiubiequiiis.
Kitchen Sunonnd Ulcn-iW,
l.adie-.' and Lieut's Slddle.-, tie, also
One 2-Seatcd Family Carriage
And one PHAEIO.V.
liKWIS J. LEVEY,
".I -It Auctioneer.
For Sulo or Lease.
rnilOSK PHKMIHB- SITUATFT) on
J. I -.malum Street eallul "Knnniillo.
bin," the pi opt rty of C. II .litdd, aio for
sub- or for leise tor n turn of yems.
F r pittieulais inipiiiv ol
Honolulu. Dae l't, 1-S0. K03
FOK WAX FKANCISCO,
i'hc At Steamship
"NV 111 have Honolulu for the above
poi t on
Tuesday. June 7th,
For Fieight or Pits5rg-, apply lo
M m. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
oriKBMH COL' I
r IN BANK,
nutlet' of Jacob
O ruploy. In the
Lyoiih n b.iiikiupt.
Order on petition of B.iiikiupt for ills
chin gu i'lom debts.
Iielore tho Hon. P.dwaid PrcMmi.
Upon mailing and tiling the petition
of Jacob Ijoii, alleging that six
months have il ipsed hinee liu was ailjii.
dicatetl a bankiupi mil proving font
tlitcliiiige f 1 0111 all hi-ttlclilb it koiduud
th.it Friday the seventeenth day of Juno
instant at 10 o'clock in ihu lo'ienoijn of
that day t my Ohnmlieru Alliolani
Honolulu hu and the tunic 1-t heicliy
appointed for a hearing upon said jitti
lion, when and wheie all ciulltor't; who
have piovcd their claiiin ag.ilnit said
bankrupt, ma appear and Miow cause.
If any they have, why the piayercf such
baiikittpt, shotild not be gr.iu'tid, ami it
is further oideicd til it notice ha given
by a hurtiiumcnt in the I) vu.v Boli.k.
tin a newspaper pi luted and published
in Honolulu l'wi- two week-, of the time
and place of hiic-Ii healing, and that tho
Clcik of tlioSupieiiioCoiiu, mall notices
of the timo anu place ol such hem lug to
all creditors who have proved their
Witness my hand this tccond day of
JiiMlco Supremo Cotltt.
AttCt.L H. ItlUhT
2d Dciniti'Clcik. a:! 12t
TS Till- NUl'ltHMU COIJJtT
X of the Hawaiian Inland. In the
matter of AICAHAl fell), ot Onomea,
IIUd Hawaii agalnft whom a petition for
adjudication wus liled on the '21 M day of
March. 1837, in mid Conn. In Bankrup
tcy. Betoio Hon. H. Preston,
The Mill day of May, 1S;7.
Upon reading Ihu taiil petition, and
upon proof before mo lakin, lilo ilnd
that the said AICAHAl (eh), huh become
a baiiUiupl within the true intent
ai d meaning of tho Act approved on the
21)th day ot August, 1SSI, entitled "An
Act to legulaio proeei dings hi Dank,
rtiptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hetebydiclaiu and adjudge
him a liank'iipt iii'coidiuejy.
And I do further oider'thiil lite ciedl
tors of the slid Imukiupt come In and
jiiovu their dolus he oie Mich Jus.
lice ot the .Siipieino L'otnl as shall lie
bitting in Cham hi im at Alliolani Hale,
Honolulu,' on the UMi da.f of June
IHS7, letween the bonis of ten o'clock
in thu loienooii mid noon of Ihu
Mild day, and elect one or lmue assignee
or assignees ot lliosaid baiikiuploslntu.
And that notice llieicof he published
In the Dvn.v Uwi.i.riiN, and Jawaiian
Ciiuisf ATt-v ncwsp.ipcis published in
Honolulu, in thu Knglblt mid Chinese
And that the taid bankrupt Fliall lm.
mediately Illo witli thu Cleik ot this
Honcralilo Couil a schedule of his cied
ilois and iibsuIs, as lcipiited bv lite said
Act. K PBBSTOX,
Justice ol tho Siipiemu Com t.
Attest! Wll.I.IVM FofTlUI.
2d Deputy Cleik. -17 lOtmwf
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advcitlso It in the Daily Bui.u.t
On Monday, June 6
xmmkIwii.iM ,)fiem.dUJtumam JJiymmmHMi W. flyifj ?w u.i-iiTiihiTiiritMWWi
Hell Tel. n 18. Mutual Tel. 1.10.
1 O.lox4 1.1.
General Business Agency,
Skilled and Unsklllid Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE-FOR SALE.
Promises on JuJd Shoot, at pr sent occu
pied by J. E nmcliitli. Over 2 au es
in ix 'lit; sulMlnntliil.y ciiclo-nl,
gnekd paulid Willi fiuil trceJ. both
ioioign and unlive; durable buildings.
Premises near Thomas Square. Kulaokaltua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School iiiul Foit
slrcets, opposite thu Government
School House 20j It. on Fort street.
V2i feel on School street; otic 2.roomed
Lot ol Land In Kalilil Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Cornor," situate on tho east cor-
ucr of Niiuauu and Queen streets.
Lot, comer of Pcns'icola and Wilder
Avenues, M'ikiki, 2 acres more or less;
may be divided up for small liume-
Lot, on Bcrctanla itrcct, niiitika o' Agr'
cultural Harden. Hare building site.
Fifty Acres (moro or less) in Hiiulkl, east
of Moamilua: llacicsof nei-icultural
land; 2.1 acies nil together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or tin
nanus. AM the niccstitry buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Lease ol Fish Pond at W'alkiki. A rme
oppoituulty for a prclltnhlo invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaaunpiill, Maui, suitnblc
for a ranchman of limited mentis.
Loaso of Cottage and Lot with large stable
accommodation, mi Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished mid do.
in 2 a protlltiblc business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl strcit;
On Alnkea, above King street;
On llotil, between Nuuauu nnd
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd large lot above Kinnu
street, on the Hank of Piinchb wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy loc.itiou; heailliful view
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kiilnokahiia. a very desirable resi.
deuce, fully nppoliitcil.
Also, a Mic ml building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Large 2-Story Cottago, out Berctnnln
stxei, makiii ol Puiiahou, 2tj miles
frimthe Post Olllce. Together with
gr irids and inteian well. These
premise are fully uppoiu id and very
i oiivenlcnt for a large family, and arc
furnished with servants' quarters,, car.
mi go house, stables, itc.
One Largo 2-Story Cottago, on the Hank of
of Punchbowl, lj miles from thcPot
Olllce, fully supplied with every con
venience lor Immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beauliliil view.
Ono Cottago, witli large yard uctommo.
dntiou, corner of Lililui and King
street-:. Convenient homo for inoder
ale family; live minutes' walk from
tho Post Olllce
Ton Acros (moio or less) of good 'insture
laud situate on the Ooveriimenl road
in ICalihi tivo utiles from town.
A 5 -Room Cottago with kitchen and bath,
within a halt a mile of the Post Olllce.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
lias had many years experience and
can guaiaiitee sutisfuctloii.
By a Book-keeper and gene ul business
man, who is iirquuiulcd with all
hi-inches of mcieaiitile business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
host of leteieiices if desired.
By a thoioiighly competent Dairyman,
who tindei-Btands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been muiiyyeais a resident of
By Several Men who will make them
selves useful In doing the chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and eairiages, etc.
l-'ull p.irlleuhirs given with regard to
the torcgoitig items on application at
the Agency. 52
ALL PEK30NS ABE WARNED
from having any dealings with
any peihon excepting Ah In a China
man, with regard lo tho crop or oilier
piopcrty cf tho Kalauao Rico I'lniitaiion
in Ewa, doing lnisinces under the name
of Sun Wo bung Company, as no one
else Iiiih any authority. All ttausaction.s
c.scept with ids consent will bu void and
any properly thus trunsferied, liable to
Wm. R. CASTLE.
Mnitgngo of salil Plantation.
Dated Hoiiciiiilu May tlOth 1887. 40 lw
ASPLhXDl 1) OPPOBTUN ITY ANY
IHiton desirous of piocuriug a
pie tsant house can do to by applying to
the undersigned. This house and lot is
titunto.l on the coiners of Bcrctnniu,
Kee.iuinokti nnd Young Mreets. Iloutu
uiutalns three largo rooms and three
veranda rooms, and dinning room,
kitchen nuiitry mid bith room, with
stable ami other out buildings.
No. Il" 1'oit btrect.
Honolulu May til 1887. 50 2vv
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
ngaliibt Mr. C. B. Mile, aie re.
quested to present them at once to
Chailes Creighton at our olllce.
WHITING & OREIOHTON.
Honolulu May IIOIli 1887. CO lit.
loom nt Jio. -I cjarden Lane. 04
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X tidvcitlso In tho Daily Buuxtin,
Hell Tel. PJ2.
Mutual Tol. 372.
P. O. Box 1,07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-.
Real Estate Apts, Blc,
Oder the fi 1 owing:
Cottages lo Lcl FuinMiod and unfur
nished, in good lec.ilitk-s.
Collage, furnished, to lot Suitable tor sin
gle icisoti, centrally locatid; large
To Lot. Simp in new brick building oi
King street, near Nuiuinu, next to
Chinese News Co.'solllecs. Hent very
To Lot. a p!cn!intly sl'ualcd residence,
comprising two collagen, outhouses,
etc., on i'auo-i rond, near Punchbowl
siicit. Hent very low to meet tho
House and Lot for Sale Very desirable
icsldeneo on Bcrctnuln Street. Tho
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, l'antry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. Hcuso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1G0 feet with privilege of
buying next Int. Will be solil cheap.
For Sale A splendid property of over C
acre- of land oil l.lllha Street; tin.
rivalled :u a site for a gentleman's
residence An early application ncc-
ssary to purchase' in a single lot.
rpHK BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THK
JL new brick building on King stn-ct
near Nuuanu, recently occupied by Mr.
C. T. Hoyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply lo
iOtf .1. E. BBOWN & CO.
Situations wanted' by
And other classes of help.
Custom House BrokerB,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
1837 VICTORIA R.I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
CO Iw Stationer, Merchant Stj
THE FOLLOWING COM PETI
X TIONS will take plitco on tho Race
Couise, and entries for the same aro In
vitcd: Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will be
presented to llio successful competitors.
One .Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yaids Rneo for Youths under 17,
250 yards Race for Youihs under 17,
100 yards Race,
2.VJ ynids Race,
250 yards Hurdle Race,
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing tho Baso Ball,
S ick Rate,
Three Logged Race.
The above events aro open to all Ama
Entric, accompanied by a fee of ono
dollar will bo received by any of tho
members of the Committee named below,
and It is requested that early entry be
Oltf E. B. THOMAS.
Go as YP I ease!
ON THURSDAY EVENING
the " Go iib you please " walking match
will cninmcnec in the spacious tent in
rear of the Shooting Gallery, mid will be
continued on Friday and Mntiirtlav
nights, linLhlng each night nt 11 o'clock
Tho prizes to tio given will be 25, IB,
and 10 per cent of tho ga o money, to bo
given respectively to the (list, second
Entries will close at 2 o'clock on
Thursday uttcrnonn at thu Puvilion.
AitiiilNNlou U5 cIh; Children lo t-tH,
WHEHEAS KAM WO & CO. OP
Honolulu have this day made an
assignment of all their property to tho
undersigned for tlio flciullt of their
crrditoib. Notlco is hereby given to all
paitics owing said Kain Wo & Colo
make iinmcdl ite payment, and any per.
sous having claims against Kam Wo &
Co. are rcqiHs-ed to picscut them at
onco to llio undei signed.
Ed. llOI-'FfcOHLAEGER & CO.
Honolulu May 28, 18S7. CO at
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. Boito will
act for mo under full power of attornoy.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1837. CI In
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