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BISHOP & Co., BANKiaiB
Uonolulu, Hawaiian Islanda.
Draw Exchange on Iho
'Bnnlc ol Ciilllbrula, tt. IT.
And tholr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Thu Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co,, of Hvdnoy,
Tho Dank of Now Zealand Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of Hrltish Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. 0., and Portland, Or.
Fltdged to neither Qect nor Party.
But established lor the benefit of all.
MONDAY. JUNE G. 1887.
WHO PAYS THE TAXES?
This morning's Advertiser pub
lishes a list, showing tho amount of
direct taxes for Ihoycar 1881, which
proves most conclusively, If tho
figures be correct, that the major
part of the taxes was at Hint time
paid by foreigners. The total
amount of taxes paid by native Ila
waiinns was, in round numbers,
$121,000, and by the various foreign
nationalities, naturalised and other
wise, $258,000, or more than double
the amount paid by native Hnwai
ians. The difference at the present
time is greater still, because the
natives have decreased, while the
foreigners have increased. The dif
ference then being more than two to
one, the difference now itr the same
direction, is grcator still. Following
is tho Advertiser's figures:
Native Hawaiian .'. . . .9124,081 43
Nnturnlled Hawaiian? 02,210 C8
Chinese 70,401 03
American 113,820 27
English 24,U!I0 S3
Germans iW.043 II.'!
Portilguoe ii,lU3 SS
Other natiuinilitlc (i,033 VI
Total taxes. 1NS1 SS2,:i3'J 49
SUPREME COURT IH PROBATE.
In tc estate of "W. C. Luiialilo.
Hon. S. H. Dole, one of the
Trustees of the Estate, on the -1th
of April, 1887, files Trustees' ac
counts for the year ending July 31,
188G, together with vouchers, which
Chief Justice Judd refers to Henry
Smith, master, for verification and
On the 28th of April, 1887, the
master's report is filed.
TuuitMiAY, June 2, 1887.
Before Chief Justice Judd, Pres
ton and Bickcrton, J.J.
The Court this day heard the
Trustees accounts and master's re
port thereon, lions. S. B. Dole nnd
"W. C. Parke, trustees, being in
Tho master reads his report.
Tho Court and Trustees enter into
a general conversation regarding the
welfare of the Lunaliio Home and
tho estate generally.
Mr. Dole thinks that the cost for
support and maintenance of the
Home inmates per annum has been
from $230 to $270 per capita. Of
course this average would decrease
as the inmates increase.
Refers to n dispensary attached to
the Home. The medicines supplied
are paid for by the Home outside of
the physician's sulnry. It is pro
posed with the Court's leave to in
crease the physician's pay which is
now $500 per annum. In case of
an increase it is intended that his
services should include tho attend
ance on employees to the Home,
also the examination of candidates
applying for admission. The Trustees
do not admit persons who arc fit
subjects for the Queen's Hospital,
therefore this now feature of examin
ing candidates. The doctor makes
three regular visits per week and is
subject to special calls at any time.
(Mr. Parke here refers to pay of
physicians to the Queen's Hospital,
whose visits aro daily; the 1st physi
cian gets a salary of $1,800 nnd tho
2d $1,200 per annum).
Mr. Dole alluding to the manage
ment of tho Homo says that the in
mates speak well of Mr. Deverill
tho manager and his wife. Tho
present is nn improvement upon the
late management. Miss Mary Parker,
co-trustee, still keeps up her regular
visits to tho Home administering to
the wants of tiio inmates.
The Homo which is in a healthy
locality has never been visited by
epidemics of any kind, tho drainage
is good and tho food well looked
after hot or cold water can be had
on tho premises there are on the
grounds a windmill and a steam
cngino for pumping purposes tho
erection of which was by Mr. W. K.
Howell u competent engineer.
Tho inmates to tho. Homo now
number forty-eight and there arc
moro men than women.
The Trustees then refer to tho
Ahupuna of Waihec on the Island
of Maui, tho lease of which capites
in December next. Mr. Parke was
in hopes of getting a company (hui)
of natives residents of said "Waihee,
nnd owners of several Iculennas in
huhI ahupuaa to buy the same.
Messrs. Mnkcc and Spalding have
fntimalod themselves ns intending
Tho invented funds of tho estate
amount to $121,212.57 nnd tho
It Jtirtii W
Trustees report in hand $9,028.98.
It is not the Trustees' desire to keep
so laigo nn amount on linudj but tho
present period seeniB to bo one of
stagnation inasmuch as there mo
very few applicants coming forwnid
Mr. Dole llles the application of
E. G. achumun for $2,000.
The Court declined to authorize
the investment considering that the
securities offered were insufficient.
Tho Trustees' schedule of invest
ments nnd secuiities are then re
fer) oil to by the Court, and it was
ordered that hereafter the Trustees
mako written applications and re
ceive tho Court's endorsement ns to,
all proposed investments by them, so
as they would be entered of re
cord. The Court construe the words of
the testator's will regarding invest
ments to bo made in some secure
manner to mean mortgages on real
estate, and it would be safe not to
ndvnncc more than two thirds of the
market value of tho property to be
pledged for security.
Iho Court approved the accounts
and confirmed the master's report
The Trustees were authorized to
increase salary of physician to the
Homo to $000 per annum commenc
ing from Juno 1st, 1887, subject to
the performance of the duties here
in before specified.
in m: kstatc op w. c. luxai.ii.0
'10 Their Honors tho Justices of the
The following is respectfully sub
mitted as a Report ou the Trustees'
Accounts filed on the lth inst. as of
the year ending 31st July, 1880.
During the period ending as
above, the Trustees have
Received !rT2,lM0 51
Paid out -13,920 50
Balance lt-poited in hnml..$ 9,028 98
These totals wore, however, swell
ed by the entry on both sides of the
account of an item of $20,000, being
the amount of loan to Don. S. G.
Wilder, the effect of which was the
making of a new note.
I have verified Schedule A (re
ceipts) and Schedule B (payments)
and find the reported totals correct.
Tho Trustees present vouchers for
all payments made by them witli the
exception of such items as "acknow
ledgment," "stamps," "registry,"
and "carriago hire." All the items
agree with tho vouchers. An amount
of $3 has been pnul twice to tlio
Hawaiian Gazette Company, sec
items $770 and $812. All the other
payments appear to bo correct.
Receipts are classified by mo as
Piincipal of Loans $37,(102 92
Interest 13,908 78
Bent 100 00
Proceeds Land Sales 980 00
li oeeeds Di ay sold 100 00
Advance money to laborer
leturned 02 10
Sale of Pigs, $57, nnd Eggs,
Discount on bills
Board of Bam field and
Total Receipts $52,919 51
The Trustees charge commissions
on the sum of$15,18-1.33,thc compu
tation of which is verified and found
correct. The total charged for
commissions is $889.22, on tho fol
Interest $13,908 78
Bent..., 100 00
Land sales 980 00
Pigs and Eggs 75 30
Boaid of B. and S 00 25
I have classified the expenditures
"Wages at LunaliloIIomo...$ 2,387 80
Manager's salary 1,000 00
Physician's salary, n47ri,
and medicine, $110.15. 021 15
Poi,$921, & Beef, $808.07. 1,729 07
Bread, $208.71, Groceries
& Provisions, $750.0 1 . . 905 35
Clothing and Furnishings. 252 30
Coal nnd Fuel 211 85
Horso feed and shoeing. . . 191 05
Repairs 1,033 85
Iron Hnfo and .Stand..
Other expenses for
Total o.pcii(lcd on account
Luiialilo Homo $ 9,317 13
Paid on account of Loans.. 20,075 00
Purchase of S. Parker's
note 0,1-18 50
Paid loano by order of
Court, purchaso price. 100 00
Taxes and Insurance 392 37
Inteiest on overdrawn
aiunuutri , -12 (10
Trustees Commissions. . . . 889 22
Amount dun Trustees ns
per lant account 325 08
Total payments of Estate
for the year $13,920 50
This total amount may be subdi
vided ns follows :
Lonnh $32,823 50
. 1,7-1 9 03
The siiowingfor the year previ
ous, viz. : to 31st July, 1885, is ns
Loans $30,500 00
Luiialilo Homo ' 9,857 30
Additions to Luiialilo 11.... 3,817 78
Other rnymonta 2,919 03
Five inmates of the Home have
died during the pciiod covering
these aecounts, us against six that
died the previous period.
Names of the deceased imnntes
are as follows: Hinn, Kiinnna, Kn
ihcltloi, Pnkoua nnd Kniaino.
Tho snhuv of lihvsicinu to the
Home luis been inci eased fioin $-l00
to $500 per annum. This increase
commenced Oct. 1st, 1885.
I would suggest that the timnngcr
adopt Sonic method of paying olf
wages at the Home on Printed Pay
Boils instead of every person having
to make or sign individual receipts
each month. There arc something
like fifteen laborers and servants
who regularly receive monthly
wages at tho Home. One hundred
and eighty separate slips would bo
signed under the present system
eacli year, whereas one pay roll
would suiricc for each month. I ap
pend herewith a
SAMl'LU l'AY BOM..
W. 13. II. Deverill, Manager. $100 00
X. 11. Emerson, Physician. loo 00
Kepa, Washwoman, 10 00
C. J!arro, Watchman, 30 00
lleleloa, Nurse, 18 00
)e Quintal. Yardman. 17 50
Pnkaliuohl, Cook, 20 00
Krntu, Yardman, 3!) 00
Maka, Yurdboy. r, 00
Llo, Groom, 8 00
Kolmoa, Walter, 23 00
Pcnl, Waller, i.3 00
lT.I'.KOIiSIANCK UY TI1K AMATT.IJlt
The repeat of "Our Navy" at
tracted a large assembly at the
Opera House on "Saturday night
last. Furthermore it was a com
plimentary bcnelit to Mr. W. G.
Armstrong, one of the most ardent
enthusiasts amongst our amateur
minstrels. The first part of tho
programme was of the usual min
strel and vocal character, compris
ing some excellent comic" and sen
timental singing, finishing up witli a
burlesque on the working of the
telephone. Part second opened
with n song by Mr. W. G. Arm
strong entitled "Moriarity," which
was followed by a local composition
Tho trapeze act by Mr, Lcroy
was neatly executed and elicited
loud applauso. The balancing net
put the house in fits of laughter, it
being burlcsquo to perfection. At
length came tho local burlesque of
"Our Navy." The representation
of this nautical humbug was even
better than on the llrst occasion,
and there was little doubt of the
hearty welcome accorded it. Harry
von Holt's delineation of Samuel
Maikai was admirable, whilst Jack
son was cleverly represented by
Mr. Morse. Without Holy Moses,
the play would have been very im
perfect, but the tout ensemble made
the niidicuco feci that they could
not applaud sullicicutiy. Our ama
teurs are to be congratulated on the
success they have achieved, both
dramatically and financially.
PRESENTATION AT SPRECKELS
VILLE. Mr. Geo. C. Williams, the able
nnd popular Superintendent of the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co., retired from his position on the
31st ultimo, Mr. II. Monisson as
suming charge. On Monday even
ing last fi deputation of the em
ployees, composed of Messrs. P.
Moudt, A. F. Ilopkc, P. Rooncy,
W. F. Johnstone and Geo. Ross,
made their appearance at tho resi
dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Williams,
and presented them with a beauti
ful sterling Silver Service, while
their niece, the attractive and po
pular Miss Paulino Fyfe, was the
recipient of u handsome Gold
Watch and double chain. Tho gifts
were accompanied by an appropriate
address by Mr. Rooncy, which was
feelingly responded to by Mr. Wil
liams. The deputation was then in
vited to partake of sonic ice cream
and coffee, and spent a couple of
hours in pleasant conversation.
On Wednesday evo a farewell
party was given at Sprcckelsville,
by the employees, in honor of their
departing manager and family, and
being a brilliant moonlight' night
the elite of Maui turned out in full
force. Dancing commenced about
8 v. 3i., and kept up witli great
spirit until 11 v, ji., whentho guests
filed into tho dining hall, where n
lino spread awaited appetites sharp
ened by diligent exercises of the
legs. Dancing was resumed after
the lunch and continued till 1
o'clock, when the guests dispersed,
everybody going homo witli declara
tions of having enjoyed tliemselves
The spacious hall was very taste
fully decorated with garlands and
festoons of fcins, greenery, Hags,
and as tho crowning effort, nhovo
tho music-stand, a motto, "Good
bye," which won tho praiso of all.
The Catholic Mission Band furnish
ed music dining the evening, and
everything contributed towards
making the occasion a pleasant one,
while Mr. Lowiic, Wilder & Co.'h
able manager, witli his wonted lib
erality, had placed the train at tho
disposal of tho residents of Wai
luku and Kahului, leaving at 7 v.
jr. and conveying tho guests back at
1 A. M.
Mr. Williams and faintly leave
for tho Coast on the 8th inst., carry-
Ing with them tho wnrm Alohas and
good wishes of their numerous
f i lends. j
MASONIC CARDEtfPARTY. ,
Mr. II. J. Noltc, a member of (he i
Masonic fraternity of long standing
and high in the older, desirous of
doing his full share, and pcihups a
little more, towards tho entertain- I
uient nnd eujoyment of the visiting
brethren and their families fiom the
United States, now sojourning heic,
Invited them to n garden party at
his private residence, Kapiohini
Pnik, WaiUiki, yisteiday afternoon.
Along with thciii weie also invited a
number of Honolulu masons and
their families. All who could avail
tliemselves of the invitation, did so,
and there were a very few who could
not. There were over a hundred
persons present. The host received
witli a whole-souled cordiality which
made everybody feci welcome. The
time was spent most agreeably.
Tlioso who so desired sat in the
house or under the verandahs, and
chatted pleasantly together, while
others preferred to stroll around the
grounds and among the banana
plants and the various other lux
uriant vegetable growths which
beautify the place. Light refresh
ments wore provided in rich abund
ance, and were informally passed
around or left spread in a convenient
room for those who chose to help
themselves. Everything combined
to remove every feeling and appear
ance of stiffness, and to beget a
feeling of ease, comfort, and enjoy
ment. Tho elements smiled upon
the occasion, and the gentle trade
bieczes, fanned through tho sur
rounding foliage, produced a delight
ful coolness. As evening approached,
the company gradually dispersed,
the visitors from over the water and
those of our own people returning,
the former to their temporary, and
the latter to their permanent, homes
in the city. Tho memory of the
event will long remain as a green
spot in tho lives of the participants,
and with it will cvor bo associated
the hospitality of H. J. Noltc.
Following is a list of tho foreign
visitors invited, nearly all of whom
weie present, to meet Honolulu
members of the fraternity and their
Atkinson, (!.-. M.-.
K. M. Thompson,
B. .1. Crowlev,
B. A. Uarr,
B. G. Dodge,
J. E. Benton.
-O. i:. Whitney.
C. S. Wright,
1). B. Hayes,
M. .1. Franklin,
K. C. Hare,
J. L. 1.017,
L. A. linker,
II. U. 3loicy,
K. 1!. Hedges,
J. U. Llllie,
J. V. Crowlev,
C. C. Dozler,
N. C. Brlggs,
J. T. Dunne,
W. G. Hunt,
JI. H. Sargent,'
Mr. C. A. Wright,
Mrs. P. B. Green,
Mrs. L. Y. Hudson,
Mrs. L. P. Bancroft,
Mis. G. D. Ilnll. Si
Mrs.T. P. Kmlgh,
M Is M.. J. Burr,
- KAUAI JUTES.
A serious affray occurred at Hana
inuulu, on Sunday night, May 2!).
It seems that a Gilbert Islander had
sold a horse, and, having plenty of
money, was invited by tho Portu
guese to come in and get a drink, with
the intention of getting the poor
fellow drunk, and then procuring
Ids money. After being treated a
few times, the Islander began to fear
the loss of his money, and attempted
to leave the place, which tho Portu
guese prevented by locking the door.
This enraged the Islander, and ho
became billigercnt. A general fight
ensued, everyone in tho den taking
part, in which the Islander was
severely cut across the lower part of
his face witli an axe. His assailants
were also seriously injured. Several
of the by-standers, mostly tho worse
for drink, were battered more or less,
by fighting amoug themselves. The
complaint was made on Tuesday,
but owing to their injuries, several
of the combatting parties were
unable to appear in Court, so tho
case was postponed.
On Monday last as a Japanese,
employed in the Liliue Mill, was
washing the sugar strainers, a South
Sea Islander attempted to use tho
same water for his porsona ablu
tions. The Jap remonstrated nnd
forbndc it, and Islander struck
him over tho head. The the Jap
caught up a heavy bar of iron, nnd
struck his assailant witli it. How
ever, they were separated, and on
Thursday the Judge decided that
the Jap acted in self-defense, nnd
dismissed the case.
Tho new houso for Mr. C. A.
White, of Kapaa, is nearly com
pleted. Mr. J. Edwards, assistant teacher
of tho Kapaa School, resigned his
position last week.
Dr. Brodio and Mr. B. Cartwiight
aro enjoying the sconery of Kauai,
having spent last week in Koloa nnd
Waimca, and this week in Kcnlia
Kauai, May 3, 1887.
Tho double-turret ship Trafalgar,
which-is the largest armor-clad that
lias over been built nt Portsmouth,
England, is to be ready for launch
ing next September. Slio was only
begun last January.
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DK.
ninnds against Captuin ( 1 X. Ai in.
strong which ho has contrnoud on hU
persona! iiccoiint whllo hero, hut nnno
ou account of tho bark "Kalukaun,"
will he pnld on presentation with pioof
at tltu olllca of.
J. B. BBOWN &, CO.,
Mirclimit street, Ci
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0,1807
1'2 i.'elok noo i,
I will f c'l nl my S ilouoomi for iiivniuit
of whim it n i y loncem, a quitiiiiy of
D uiiytd by fait w or on vny g!l
impnii'it o i. ex Amc'h'iiu ship llm ur,
lire or ma t r. fiotn Bitot to H i.o.
lulu, and ma.kcJ
O. A. HHOWN, Houolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
fi j 2t Auc 1 ncer.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0,
At 10 o'clock, a. in.
At tho Residence of E. Moro
Comer of Ilcrct mia and I'ilkol Sis ,
wo will toll nt Public Auction, tho
Comprising in part of
Upholstered Easy Chaiir,
Marble Top Table,
Lirge Center ltuo;, fofn Uuc,
I Sherman Clay &. Co. Upright Piano
Kbony Muio Hack, I'orticrs,
Laco Curtains and Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lounge, Vlenca Clniiis,
Ono Massivo B. "W. Jiarblo Top Bed
room Bet I
Spring Matlresfo. Pillows,
Mo'quito Net. 15 W Eteiuio:i Table,
It W Wardrobe,
B. Walnut Marble Top Sideboard
Assortment of 1'lnicd and Silverware,
Croikuiy and Ghuswaie, Ikd 1 minRC,
lloitfcliclil awin: Machine, Meat Sile,
Stoo nnd Utcntlle, (Jjrden Tools, etc.,
The aboyo Furniture is nil in good
order, and offer a linn opportunity to
houso kivrois. Tho luuw will be open
Tor Inspection ON MONDAY and TUBS
DAY, June (lilt and 7th, from 1) a. in. lo
:i p. in'.
ADAMS & CO.,
IVfRi C- BOLTEisthcagentofniy
JL delioouert "Hiima" and "Hon
Uov," from and after June 1-t, 1887
All bills prior to Unit dule will please
bo presented to nii; at my office, (Juecn
Street, for teukmciit.
J. I DOWSE'lT.
Honolulu, .Tunc, 18S7. f 5tf
FS IIEKEUY GIVEN THAT MIL
X John Urunwnld has j dned as a
paitiur the Hui of S. W. Kmii&Co.,
doing a btore business la liana, Maul.
S V. Kaai & CO.
liana June !1, 18S7 C5 at
A 1'ew More I.c't't For Halo Cheap,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
Cllw 5 Queen street.
IS IIEKEUY GIVEN that Wong
Man, doing business us Itlco Grow
er, at Monnaluu, Oahu, has sold out
all his Hlco limitation, at said
Momalun, lotho uudei-Hignsil; and
said Woug Man lus ko morn Inter
est whatsoever In fald Rico Planta
tion. LAU SINO.
Juno4, 1S7. M2t
FOll SAN FIJANCISCO,
The At Htenuialilp
Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday. June 7th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
CO WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
Cottngo to lJont
AND KUHNITU11E FOR SALE
Low rent j furiilluro at a bargain,
For paiticulurs enquire if Jno. Maeoon.
Agent, Meichant Miect. 37 tf
THE IfOUSU AT PRESENT,
rcaupled by tho umlcrbigncd,
W. C. PARKE.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X ndvorlUo It in tho Daily IIulletih
Hniisfi in Id Fnrmliirf
MmeiOMilLl mmi.'h t ri)iMitV-
IlullTcl.niU. Mutant Tel. 180.
fad Business Agency.
Skilled and Umklllid Labor Furnished.
Prcmiios on Judd Slroat, a pr mnl no-11.
p.e.i hi .1. nmui tli. Over a ..c es
In iX' nt ; HiiruuMy ciielu-id
gnlul an nl wlih fuiii Cei- hah
loieign and native; durable buildings.
Premises noarThomas Square. Kulaoknhua,
now oeoupled by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School And Fort
Blrceto, opposite the Government
School Homo 203 ft. on Fort street.
VJi fe.et on School sticet; one broomed
Lot of Land in Knllhi Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Corner," sltiinta 011 the cast cor
tier of Nuuunu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsacola nnd Wilder
Avenues, Mnklki, 2 acres more or less;
may be divided up for Miiiill home
steads. Lot, on Ilcrctanln street, mniikn of Agri
cultural Garden. Rare building -Ite.
Filly Acres (more or less) in Ilnulkl, cast
of Mnnnnlua; 14 acres of agricultural
lainlj l!."i ncics all together suitable
for the cultivation of rice, taro or ba
nanas. All the uiccsinry buildings;
Artesian wtll, etc.
Loaso ol Fish Pond nt Wniklki. A aro
oppnitunity for n prcfltablo Invest
ment. Calllo Ranch at Kannnpall, Maul, suitable
for a ranchman of limited moans.
Loaso ol Cottage and Lot with largo stable
accommodation, n Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Throo Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dc
Ine a profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakcn, above King street;
On lloul, betwem Nuunnu nnd
Fort streets. "
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Collages and large lot above Kinau
street, on the Hank of Ptiuchb wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by I.. Way, Esq.,
Kulaok.ibua. A wry dodrablo real.
ilcnee, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Collage, out Herctanln
htnet, muUul of Puiiuhou, 24 miles
from the 1'ost Ofllco. Together willi
grounds and nilcinu well. These
picmises aro fully uppoln ed and very
convenient for a largo family, and arc
furnished with servants' quarters, car
riage house, stables, ttc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottago, ou tho Hank of
of Punchbowl, 1 if miles lrom the Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience lor liumeuiaio occupation.
Splendid location, bcnmiful view.
One Cottago, with largo yard accommo.
dution, corner of Lilihu and King
streets, Convenient homo for moder
ate family; tlvo minutes' wnlk from
tho Post Ofllco.
Ten Acros (moie or less) of good rasturc
laud situate 011 thu Government road
in Kali bl it'o miles from town.
A 5-Room Cottago with kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of the Post Office.
By a Lady, ns nurso or housekeeper, who
has had many year experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-koopcr and geno-ul business
man? who Is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business.
Wages not nn object.
By a Practical Enulneer, who can givo tho
best of reterences if desired.
By a thoroughly competont Dairyman,
who understands tho business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has beeii many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them-
solve useful in doing the chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoiug Items on application at
Iho Agency. 52
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
Just Received !
Ex Bktne John Worster, for sale
in lots to suit.
S.S40 PouudH per Ton,
WILDER & CO.
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
from having any deaHngs with
any person excepting Ah In a China
man, with regard to tho crops or other
moporty cf tho Kulauao Rico Plantation
in 13wq, doing busince under lhu nnnio
of Sun Wo sung Coinpnuy, us no ono
oho him any authority. All tianiactlonB
eveopt with hlu consent will bo void nnd
any proputy thus transferred, Hallo to
Win. H. CASTLE.
Mortgage of sold Plantation.
jaucu uonouuu JHuy iiotli 1887.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of piocurlug a
pleasant houso can do so by applying to
tho undersigned. This house and lot is
fittiutod on tho corners of ilcretnnla,
Kccaniiioku nnd Young streets. Houso
contains three largo rooms mid three
veranda rooms, and dinnlnu room,
kitchen jiuntry and hath room, with
stahlo and other out buildings.
No, 07 Fort Elicit.
Honolulu May hj 1887. CO 2w
lloll Tel. T,a Mu tint Teh I7i.
I. O. llnXlOT.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apits, Etc.,
Oiler the f I wIiik:
Cottages to Lot FurnMied and unfur
nished, In gond h entities.
Cottago, furnished, (0 lot Suitable for sin
gle o. soti, central y located; large
To Lot. Shp In new hilek hnlldingoi
King birect, luur Nuunnu, i.eU to
Chinese News Co.'s ofllces. Rent very
To Lot. a pleosantly i-lMiated residence,
comprising two cottageB, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
Kticct. Rent very low to meet the
Houso and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
residence on lkietnntn Street. Tho
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof, llouso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege of
buylnit next lot. Will be sold cieaf.
For Sale A splendid property of over 5
ncrc-t of laud oil Lllllia Street; un.
1 hailed us a hIIo for a gentleman '
residence An early application ncc
ssary to purchase in n singlo lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
new brick bnilHiig on King street
near Nuunnu. recently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Iloyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up.
t8 Merchant Street. Gt
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
, A. M. Hewett.
Stationer, Merchant St
JuMlee Aietic Sports !
KAPIOLANI PARK I
THE FOLLOWING COM PETI
TIONS will lake place on tho Race
Couibo, nnd entries or tho same aro in.
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will be
presented to tho successful competitors.
One Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Rnco, '
100 yards Rbco for Youths under 17,
2.10 yurds Race for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
253 yards Race,
250 yards Ilurdlo Race,
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing tho Base Ball,
Three Legged Race.
Tho above events are open to all Ama
Entrlo. accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will bo received by any of the
members oftbeCommittco named below,
and It is requested that early entry be
With beautiful views by a Powerful
The Tvo I.attt nutl Heat of the
Course In the
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6, 1887.
Hliislo Tlolcotn - 75 Cents
C'OXll-HO "XlolcotH - - - 11. 3ft '
For salo at .tho bookstores, and of the
Y. M. O. A. Eutsrtnlnmcnt Committee.
For Salo or Loaso.
rpiIOSK PUBMJSES SITUATED ON
A. I'uuohou Street called "Kananllo.
hla," the property of O. H. Judd, ore for
salo or for lease tor a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 18, I860. K08
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C, BoTto wil I
act for mo under full power of attorney,
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1387, Jl IrT