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BISHOP ft Co., BAN HLISKB
Huaotulu, Hawaiian hlu At.
Draw Exchange on thu
Baak of Culllbrulu, H. IP.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tlio Commorolal Bank Co., f Sydney,
The Comraerolul Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zeoland: Auckland,
Chrlstchurcli, mid Wclllu ton.
The Bunk of British Columbia, Vic
tori a, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pltdgtd to neither Beet nor VtrXf,
Bat eiUMttael tor the benefit of til.
SATURDAY, JUNE -1. 1887.
The Government organ, the Pacific
Commercial Advertiser, after stat
ing in ita first issue under the new
ownership its purpose "to convey
correct information to the public,"
starts on a course of misrepresent
ation, falsification, and down-right
lying. Its second issue, yesterday,
was rather of the character signified
by the first two of the three words
just now used, which are slightly
milder than the last of the trio. The
third issue, to-day, can only be cor
rectly characterised by the term
"down-right lying. A public journal
may commit an error or tell an un
truth unintentionally, for the want
of "correct infotmation." This is
not the case with our contemporary.
Its untruths arc of the most criminal
nature. They are uttered in cold
blood, knowing thcni to be untruths,
and with the view of misleading its
readers, partieularby the strangers
now visiting our shores and the peo
ple in foreign countries to whom that
publication is sunt at thu expense of
the public. This cold-blooded falsi
fication on the pait of the Govern
ment is of itself sufficient proof of
what the Bui.LhTix has asserted, or
intimated, over and over again;
namely, that our Government, or
that portion of it which does the
talking, is utterly destitute of, and
entirely dead to, a sense of honor ;
and no gentleman can respect, or
have confidence in, a Government
whose words and actions, arc neither
directed nor controlled by this
Our visitors arc, told that "in
looking around and considering tho
state of affairs under their observ
ation, they will not find anything
more in our heated political discus
sions than a restless anxiety for
political change." What may bo
the precise meaning of this, is un
certain. If it includes nn entire re
formation in the administration of
the public affairs of the country, it
may be allowed to pass. Hut if
not, it must be stamped as a pre
varication. "In looking around,"
"Our American friends, or British
either for that matter," will find no
difficulty in discovering that the in
telligence, respectability, and wealth
of this country arc in a' state of
"restless nuxiety" for a complete
reformation, and nothing less will
satisfy them. "We want a govern
ment or tho people, and not for the
gratification of tho childish whims
of two or three persons. We pay
our taxes cheerfully, and desire to
see them judiciously nnd economic
ally expended for the general good.
But instead thereof, wc sec them
squandered upon a useless army, a
despicable navy, an antiquated war
ship, a contemptible genealogy board,
a Hawaiian board of kahunas
(sorcerers), ridiculous foreign mis
sions, etc., etc., while our public
thoroughfares arc in the condition
which our visitors see for them
selves, our harbor is filling up with
mud, our wharves arc insufficient
' for our needs, etc., etc. In short,
tho taxes are not used for the benefit'
of the people, and tho peoplo are be
coming more nnd mora dissatisfied
every day. Wc want no more than
our rights. We havo over and over
again demanded these, and linvo
beep treated either with insolcnco
or unconcern. We arc tiicd of such
treatment. We think wo havo en
dured it patiently long enough. Wo
arc "restless" for a change whioh
involves a complete reformation. It
is not party feeling which troubles
tho community. Measures, not
men, arc what tho peoplo ate crying
out for, and measures that shall be
beneficial to tho nation at large.
The Government organ knows
that theso nic nut "amusing exag
gerations about tho tonn and temper
of the masses," but "tho words of
truth and soberness." It may bo
aiujmn ujii'jjrtw!"iin-nrwiywwwui v"'ia.wtnj-j' .t i
ait approximation to truth to say
that the forclcn voters of the king
dom arc "not more than 600," but
it U a (toliberntn untruth to assert
that "tho whole agitation is confined
to a email, but persistent and noty
fraction of this foreign clement."
It is hard to find a foreigner on tho
islands, not in the pay of tho Gov
ernment, who is not in sympathy
with the "agitation." Men who
have until lecently been favorablo
to the governing faction, do not now
hestitate to say, that tilings have
become so bad that they can no
longer remain on that side. More
over, thctc foreigners nre the people
who pay tho bulk of tho taxes. It
is their money which is squandered,
nnd they are told that it is none of
their business. But the dissatis
faction is not confined to the for
eigners ; the natives arc largely im
bued with the same feeling. All
residents here arc fully aware of the
real state of public feeling and sen
timent, and arc also awaro of the
reason for the Advertiser's bare
faced lying. Just fancy the "organ,"
after its first day's announcement,
coming out on the third dny of its
new existence bristling all over with
falsehoods, some of which wc have
noticed, and others which arc passed
for the present for waut of space.
Editok Bulletin: The move
ment for a public meeting which
shall make a formal and authorita
tive statement of the grievances our
people are now suffering at tho
hands of a corrupt government, lias
not yet advanced beyond the stage
of suggestion. It is certain, how
ever, that, if there is any sincerity
m the professions which prominent
gentlcmcu are constant!' making of
their indignation at public wrong
doing and their anxiety for reform,
such action cannot be long delayed.
Assuming that a mass meeting for
the purpose indicated will be held
at no distant day, it is not amiss to
consider in advance, the form which
it should take and the scope and
spirit which should ehuractciize its
utterances. It is well and fitting,
and will greatly facilitate the busi
ness to be entrusted to such a
gathering, for intelligent people who
have given some attention to the
questions involved, to express their
views, not only in the way of pri
vate consultation, bnt publicly and
openly through the medium of tho
In a general way, of course, the
meeting is intended to formulate
our complaints, and petition for a
removal of the things complained of,
but the Government will assuredly
have us at a great disadvantage,
unless there is a clear conception
and a substantial agreement as to
what our case really is and the
nature of the relief to be demanded.
Tho formulation of our grievances
need not be a difficult matter, or otio
upon which there can bo any ma
terial differences of opinion. Tho
statements which have appeared
from timo to time in the public
pi hits, the articles cxpositoiy and
denunciatory with which we aru all
familiar, together with tho facts
brought to light by legislative com
mittees and in the debates on the
floor of the house, together consti
tute such a wealth of material that
the only possible difficulty will be
in selecting, arranging and condens
ing so as to reduce it to such a form,
nnd bring it within such compass as
would be proper and profitable for a
paper to be put forth by such a
Concerning the remedy required,
there may possibly be a less general
agreement. It is not unlikely that
the minds of many have been fixed
upon the palpable evils of our pre
sent system, rather than upon the
means for their removal ; upon the
acute symptoms of the disease,
rather than upon the appropriate
medicine. Upon all questions save
the very simplest, it is the habit of
most minds to think rather super
ficially, seldom reasoning matters
out to their legitimato conclusions.
For the purpose of stimulating
discussion upon a subject where
earnest nnd thoughtful discussion is
much needed, and in the hope of
aiding in clarifying nnd crystalizing
tho ideas now perhaps floating more
or less vaguely in the minds of
your readers, I respectfully submit
tho following programme of reform,
with the nssuranco that it represents
views not lightly formed, but arrived
at by sober and thoughtful consider
ation of the present problem.
First Tho resignation or dis
missal of all the Cabinet Ministers ;
also the Auditor-General, the Begis
trar of Conveyances, the Marshal of
tho Kingdom and tho Governors of
all tho islands.
Second Tho filling of tho vacan
cies thus created, with men of ic
cognized character and capacity.
Third A pledge that the now
incumbents of all tho nbovo named
offices shall have full power to make
such changes In tho subordinates of
their icspcctlvo departments and
bureaux, as they may judgo the
publio interests to require.
Fourth An entiic reconstruction
of the Boards of Education, Immi
gration and Health, and tho appoint
ment of a competent person and ex
perienced educator, as Inspector
General of schools.
Ffth -The discontinuance of the
inlsBlon, tho recn'1 of ll3
members and a plcdao Hint no slm
lar measure shall be attempted in
Sixth Tho immcdlato recall of
the Kalmlloa to Honolulu, and the
retirement of her present officers.
Seventh The dismissal from the
public sorvico cxecutlvo and judi
cial of every member of the legis
lature who shall nut within a given
number of days, relgn his legisla
tive scat, and pledge himself in
writing, not to be a candidate for re
election. Eighth A distinct nnd unequi
vocal understanding that tho King
shall recommend and urge upon the
next meeting of the legislature,
such changes in the constitution as
shall lender it impossible for any
person to be simultaneously a legis
lator and the holder of an executive
or judicial appointment.
More than tho above, it would not
perhaps be advisable to ask. No
thing less should be accepted as
satisfactory, for upon nny basis less
thorough, wc can have no guarantee
against a return, within a few years
at furthest, to a stato of things as
bad or worse than that now existing.
Hoping that tho above may cneour
ago others to come out and express
their views, I subscribe myself as
one who desires to bo
Emroit Bui.i.ktix: My copy of
The Friend newspaper, of thu 1st
of June, E. C. Oggcl, editor, reached
mo this morning aud, to 1113 surprise
and no doubt to the surprise of
many others, contains a memorial
from the officers and members of
the Bethel Union Church, addressed
to the Rev. E. C. Oggcl, asking him
to reconsider his decision to leave
this field of labor. The reverend
gentleman and editor conveys his
thanks to the officers nnd members,
and why not to the members of tho
As there lias not been any action
on the memorial by the officers of
tho church, to my knowledge, tho
thanks seem superfluous so far as
thu olllccis arc concerned.
If the reverend sir and editor will
publish tho signatures to the memo
rial, I will endeavor to furnish him
with another list which shall lie
equally long, respectable and in
fluential. J. O. CVKTKIt,
Trustee and Member of Standing
Committee of tho Bethel Union
Honolulu, Juno 4, 1887.
Emiok Bult.ktin: Tho incoming
mail lias made no political change
in the situation here. The Honolulu
Herald containing Mr. Grcvsmulil's
or rather"Matafa's,' interview with
the Herald's lcpicsentativc lias
been duly received.
There arc a great many things
which tho Herald reporter failed to
elicit from this Samoan merchant.
Who is Matafa ?
Sonic ycais ago this man declar
ed his intentions to become an
American citizen, but as he failed
to fulfill all the requirements of
the law, he lias been recently re
jected, consequently he icmains on
the fence witli a most decided Ger
His version of Emperor William's
response to Tamasese's congratula
tions on the Kaiser's birthday is
In the first place the congratula
tions of Tamaseso was merely a
trick devised by the political Ger
man clement. What docs Tamascsc
know about such malteis? The
whole thing is absurd. '
Tho emperor's response merely
addressed Tamaseso as a chief of a
certain district and not as king.
Malicloa is the recognized King
of Samoa not only by the United
States and Great Britain, but also
As to Mr. Bush's influence, the
treaty alone is sufficient to convince
any intelligent person, that ho has
installed himself into the good
graces of tho Samoan people.
In reply to the statement that Ta
masese's cicditis unlimited, and ho
can get anything ho wants, it all de
pends upon tho magnitude of his
He has purchased a large quanti
ty of guns from tho German firm,
for which they received in payment
mortgages on'tho peoplo (Tamaseso's
followers) land. This leaves tho
lebel paity involved j and in a stato
lie (Matnfa), forgot to mention
to the representative of the Herald,
that the said German firm had em
ployed a noble general, who drills
thu rebels in tho use of fliearms,
thereby creating continuous disscn
tiou among the natives.
Matafa's further statement that
Mr. Bush bought his beer fiom him
by tho bottle is still another un
truth. Ono would infer from that,
that thu icnt Matafa kept a retail
liquor shop instead of being a mer
chant. Thu municipal laws expressly pro
vido for the retailing and wholesal
ing of liquors, and had this man as
ho says, sold liquor by tho bottle,
ho would havo made himself liable.
Matafa is anything but a popular
man in Samoa, aud ids talk of hang
ing the llawailans, is enough to dis
ltcgaiding establishing trado be
tween Hawaii nnd Samoa, the writer
contends that there is a good chance
for tho promotion of such a scheme.
Tho regular mail steamers do not,
nor will thoy call at Samoa. Tlicro
- "iauiiwii"j ciiiaM,iiHWiwwiWiniiw'n'ijn u i i i swjwmwnir nji'tr,hinT:r,yi,tt mi.uin?ai
is no reason wuy a steamer piiouiu
not run regularly between Hawaii
American goods can bo trans
shipped from Honolulu. Lumbar
which comes direct from Pugct
Sound to Honolulu would make a
good article for cxpott. Also num
erous other articles. Passenger
traffic would 110 doubt in timo bo
The people heio at present desir
ing to take a trip have now to take
a passage in n miserable little cut
ter to lutuila. This sometimes
falls to connect, necessitating a two
month's delay hcic.
Tho writer admits that it would
be advlsablo to run a steamer hero
until a government is established,
and gives as n reason the very bad
currency, nnd very high rate of ex
change, which at times is not pro
curable at any price.
In the Gazette's criticism of an ar
ticle which appealed in tho Bulle
tin under date of May 10th, thoy
say that tho writer obtained his in
spiration from the Hawaiian Embas
sy. The writer desires to say that
he Is beyond tho need of pecuniary
assistance, and his expressions were
his sentiments nnd honest convic
tions, nnd thnt ho is not alone in ills
opinion will be seen by tho follow
ing extract taken from an editorial
in the weekly Alia, of California,
dated April Siird.
"The King of Hawaii, as becomes
thu successor of Knmchamchn, "the
Conquoior," who first subdued thu
nrchipelago to one sceptre as a pre
paration for the civilization of its
people, has entered upon a statesman-like
policy that Is intended to
secure a federation of tho Pacific
Islands. In this cffoit ho has the
good will and good wishes of tills
country, since it augurs the exten
sion to other islands of that progres
sive policy which has done so much
for Hawaii and which it lias been
our pleasure to promote and en
courage b our sj'tnpathy and our
"Further than this there is no
sign of any designs upon the nuto
1101113' Hawaii, which 1)3 our treaties,
our international obligations and the
sentiment of our people wo nre
pledged to piotect.
"Our policy goes to tho improve
ment of trade with our neighbors in
its natural channels and to fair deal
ing with all nations." Tiiutii.
Apia, May 24, 1887.
the meeting of Company A,
Honolulu Bifles, last even
ing, First Lieutenant J. W. Pratt
was unanimously elected captain of
the company. Ho was pioposed by
Private Clias. Creighton, who niado
an effective speech in favor of the
nominee. Tho position of First
Lieutenant having become vacant
on the promotion of Piatt, Sergeant
Torboit aud Second Lieutenant
Siuionson wcie nominated. Torhert
was elected to the position I13' a
majority of fifteen votes. Two new
members wcro elected, and several
applications for membership were
lead, preparatory to being voted
upon at the next meeting.
THE LAST OF A FORTUNE.
A five-dollar greenback appeared
in the till of a Newaygo (Mich.)
bank, the other day, bearing tho
following inscription: "Hero she
goes save 3'our salar3' don't gam
blc never play farobank the last
of a fortune of 810,000." There
are a number similarly inscribed in
Killing birds for their plumage is
so steadily going on in Florida that
many kinds may be exterminated.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887
At 10 o'clock, a. m.
At the Residence of It. More
Coiner of Bcrctiula and Piikol Sts ,
wo will sell at Public Auction, tho
cibitat n WITlWTrTil
Comprising in part of
Upholstered Easy Chairs.
Marble Top Table,
Lugo Center Runs, Som Hues,
I Sherman Clay &. Co. Upright Piano
Ebony Music Hack, Porllers,
I.nuu Curtains and Cornice?,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lounge, Vieuua Chains
Ono Massive B. W. Marble Top Bed
room Bet ! '
Spring MatlrerHM. Pillows,
Mnniiltn Nut, B W Extension Table,
11 W Wardrobe,
B. Walnut Marblo Top Sideboard
Astorlmcnt of Plated nnd Bllverwure,
Crockery and Glosswnto, Bert Loungo,
llniKchohl Sowing Machine, Meat Safe,
Stmo and Utcmlls, Garden Tools, etc.,
Tho abovo Fuinlluro Is nil In good
order, nnd oiler a linn opportunity to
house keepors. TJm housu will bo open
for Inspection ONMONDAYnndTUES.
DAY, Juno (lih unci 7lh, from 0 a. m. to
1) p. in.
ADAMS & CO.,
BOMBS AI GUNS!
A I'ctv More
Left Tor Hato Clican,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
IS HER BUY GIVEN Hint Wong
Alan, doing btitltict us Itleu Grow
er, at Moanalua, Onhu, hits sold out
all his Rico I'liintittion, at said
Momahia, totlm-undcrslgntd; nnd
said Wong Man his no mor- Inter
est whatsoutci in irnhl Kiev Planta
tion. LAU SING,
.luno't, 18S7. fi2t
EMUKItS nio rctpiesied to meet at
1 lie j'.Dgliio House, on
Saturday, June 4th,
nt 4:10 p.m.. to nit -ml a lino drill, by
order of tho Chief Engineer.
All nre requested to conns nnd
S$tJinl b.v their Iforomnn,
M. 1). MONSARRAT.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Commercial Insurance Co.
(Fire nnd Mailnc)
Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
South British Firo and Marino Ins. Co
New York Xifo Insurance Co.
Genur.il Au'cnl. Iluw'n Islands.
FOlt SAJf FJtANCISCO,
The At 'Meninship
Will havo Honolulu for the abovo
Tuesday. June 7th,
For Freight or Pussi.gj. npply to
00 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
SUPltEME COUltr IN HANK
ruptoy. fn ilia matter of Jncob
LvmiH n bun krimt.
Order on petition of Bankrupt fordis:'
cnurge ironi cioiiih.
lieforotlio Hou. Edxxard Preston.
Upon reading and tiling tho petition
of Jacob I.J0H3, alleging that six
months havo ibipscd since ho was adju
dicated a bankrupt nnd praying for n
discharge from all hisdobts it Is ordered
thnt Friday the sotcntcenth day of Juno
Instant at 10 o'clock in iho foionoon of
that dny Ht my Chamber's Alliolani
Honolulu bo and tho mniu Is hereby
appointed for a henriug upon tnld pitl
lion, when nnd where nil crtditor's who
huiu piovcd tlirii claims flgnlnst said
bankrupt, nriy aiipear and show cause.
If any they havo. why tho piaycrcf such
bankiupt, should not bo grantwl, ami Jt
is further ordered that notice bo given
by advertisement in the Dui.v Uiilli:.
tin a newspaper printed nnd published
in Honolulu for two weeks of tho timo
nnd place, of such hearing, and thnt tho
Clerk of tho Hupremo Court, mail notices
of the timo and place of such hciring to
nil creditors who havo proved their
Witness my hand thlufccond day of
.1 iisi leu Supremo Court.
Attest J. H. KnibT
2d Dcmity Clerki nit 12t
Cottage to Kent
AND FUKN1TUKE FOR SALE
Low lent; furniture nt a bat gain,
For p irticulnrs enquire if Jno. Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant ktrctt. 27 tf
TDK IIOUSK AT I KKSENT,
rccnpled by tho nmlciblgncd,
t W.C PA MICE.
A NICK FUHNISHRD FRONT
mom (it No. 4 Cnnitii Lnnr. 04
For Sulo or Lease.
THOSE PHKM1SES SITUATED ON
runnhou Strict calkd "Kntionllo.
Iila," tho property of O. II. Judd, nro for
sale or for leuso for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVRIGHT.
Honolulu. Deo. 13, lfgO. If 08
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X ndvcrtlso it in the Daily liuuETiu
HellTel.OIM. Mutual Tel. 1B0.
General Business Agency.
Sklllod and Untklllcd Labor Furnished.
BEAL ESTATE-FOB, SALE.
Promltot on Judd Olroot, at pr'sont occu
pied by J. Emmcluth. Over 3 ncres
In sunt; etiuatnuthilly enclosed,
grndid, planttd with fruit tree, both
lorolgn and native; durablo buildings.
PremlieinoarThomat Square. Kulnokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School and Fort
streets, opposito tho Government
an1..ml tin..... pnr r. ... -ei. .........
UUHUUI UUHBU AVJ It. Ull 1111. BIIVUI,
12i feet on School strict; one 2-roomctt
Lot of Land in Knlihi Valley, opposito the
Tho " Old Corner," Bilunto on the cnt cor
ner of Nuuiuiu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of PctiBacola and Wilder
Avenues, Mnklkl, 2 ncrcs moro or lets;
mny bo divided up for unnll home
steads. Lot, on llcrctnnln street, mauka o! Agr'.
cultural Gnrdeu. Raro build og site.
Fifty Acres (moro or less) in Hottlkl, cast
of Mnnnalua; 14 ncrcs (if agricultural
Innil; 25 iicir ull together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or tin.
mini s. All the uiccscnry buildings;
Artesian well, ttc.
Leaso ol Fish Pond nt nalkiki. A rare
opportunity for a prrfltnblo Invest
ment. Cattlo Ranch nt Kannnpnli, Maul, suitable
for a tttticliinnn of limited monns.
Leaso ol Cottage and Lot with largo stable
accommodation, on Punchbowl street,
near tho Pnuoa Stream.
Threo Lodging Houiet, furolslied nnd do
ing u profitable business. Situated as
At tho foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alnkca, ubovis King street;
betwein Nuuanu nnd
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and large lot abovo Kinau
street, on tho Hank of Punch!) wl hill.
Dulldings new and In good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by I.. Way, Esq.,
Khlnokaliua. A very duilrablo resi
dence, fully uppolnte'd.
A1o, .i vtic.mt building lot adjoining
TO LET OB LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Kerctnnla
strict, makal of Puuahou, 2Xf miles
from tho Post Ofllce. Together with
gruimls and arluiiun well. These
prtmiics aro fully appoiu id and ver)
convenient for a largo family, and are
fuinlshul with servants' quarters, car.
nn go house, htabies, itc.
Ono Large 2-Story Cottage, on tho Hank of
. or f uiKhliowl, l.j miles lrom the 1'ost
'Ofllce, fully supplied with every con
vunieiic.0 lor immediate occupation.
Splet.dtd location, beautiful viow.
Ono Cottage, with largo yard accommo
dation, corner of Libha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; tlvo mlnulci' walk from
tho Post Ofllco.
Ten Acres (mot o or lcs) of good pnsture
land situate on tho (Government road
in ICalihl two miles from town.
A 5 -Room Cottage witli kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of the Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper and gencal business
man, who is acquainted with nil
br inches of meienntilo butlnoss.
Wuges not nn object.
By a Practical Eniineer, who can glvo Iho
ben of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman.
who understands tho business la all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has betn many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them
sehoi uHcful in doing tho chores in
private families; taking euro of.horscs
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. 52
Departure Bay Goal
FOH FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Kx Blitno John Worster, for s'alo
in lots to sub.
S,SlO PoiiiulH per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
ALL PF.R80N8 ARE WARNED
from having any dealings with
any person excepting Ah In a China
man, with regard to iho crops or other
property if tho ICulauao Rice Plantation
in Kwu, doing Imsine.en under Iho nnmo
of Sun Wo aung Company, as no ono
oho him any authority. All tmnsuctions
excopt with his consent will bu void and
any proptrty thus transferred, llablu to
Win. R. CASTLE.
Mortgogo of Fuid Plantation.
Dated Honolulu May 30th 1087. 40 lw
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of piouurlng a
pleasant house cau do so by applying to
tho undesigned. Thli house and lot Is
Mtuato I on tho corners of lleretanin,
Kicuinioku and Young streets. Iloutc
contains threo largo rooms and three
veranda rooms, nnd dlnnlnjj room,
kitchen liuntry nnd bith room, with
stnblo ncd other out buildings.
W. It. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 81 1887. CO 2v
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P. O. liox 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Agents, Blc,
Oder the fullowlnci
Cottages to Lot Furnhhcd aud unfur
nished, In good localltiiM.
Collago, lurnltliod, to lot Suitable for sin.
glo poison, centrally loented: largo
To Let. Shop In now brick building on
King street, near Nuunnu, next to
Chlncfo Nowb Co.'s olllccs. Rent very
To Let. a plcnsnntly fl'unlcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on 1'iuioa ronu,ncnr runciiuowl
cttcit. Rent very low to meet tho
House and Lot lor Sale. Very dcslrablo
residence on Bcretnnin Street. The
hmipo contains i Bedroom, Parlor.
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Uathrooin. Mosquito proof. House
now and well built.
Lot 100 tiy 150 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold ckeaf.
For Sale A splendid woperty of over 5
acre i of laud ofl Lilllia btrcet; nn.
rivalled 113 a Hlto for n gentleman's
resldcnco An early application ncc
ssarv to purchAso in a single lot.
THE BLACKSMITH 8nOP IN THE
now brick bulMlxg on Klngstnet
near Nuuauu, recently occupied by Mr.
C. T. Hoyt. Opposite old stnilon house.
For particulars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & OO.
Situations wanted by
And other classes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'48 Merchant Street.
1837 VICTORIA R. 1.-1887
A. M. Hewett.
S'ationer, Merchant St;
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TION rf will take plttco on Iho Race
Coutso, nnd entries for 'the same are in.
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
be published at a later date), will be
presented to tho successful competitors.
Ooo Milo Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yards Ruco for Youths under 17,
250 yards Raco for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
2,'jO yards Hurdle Raco,
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing tho liaso Bait,
Threo Legged Race.
Tho abovo events nre open to alt Ama
Entries accompanied by a fco of one
dollar will bo received by any of the
members of tho Oommitteo named below,
and it is requested that early entry be
Go as You Please!
ON THURSDAY EVENING
the " Go us you plcaso " walking match
will commence fn tho spacious tent in
rear of Iho Shooting Gallcry,andwlll be
continued on Friday and Matnrdav
nights, flulehlng each night at 11 o'clock
Tho prizes to tie given bo 25, 15,
and 10 per rent of tho ga o money, to be
given respectively to tho Ural, second
Entries will close at 2 o'clock on
Thursday aflornonn nt tho Pavilion.
AdnilRHlou its cm ; Children lO eta.
WIIEHEAS KAM WO & CO. OP
Honolulu havo this day made an
assignment of nil their property to tbo
undeisigncd for tho flenillt of their
creditors. Notice is hereby given to all
patties owing said Kam Wo & Co to
mnko i m med lite payment, and any per
sons havl g claims against Kam Wo As
Co. nro requested to present them at
once to tho undeisigncd.
Ed. IlOPFt-OHLAEQER & CO.
Honolulu Mny 28, 1887. 60 St
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. UoltewllI
act for mo under lull power of attorney.
Honolulu, Juue 1, 1687. CI lw