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NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONi, KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & t? , London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., f bvdney,
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K", Tho Bank of Now Zealand Auckland,
uurisinuurcii, nnil "cut gum.
Tho Bank of lirltldi Coin ,la. Vic
ftv torla. B. 0.. and Ponluiu.. Or.
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Transact a General Banking! Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat eaUbllshod lor the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. JUNE 7. 1887.
THE MASONIC EXCURSION.
The advent of so many of the
ancient brotherhood to this "beauti
ful garden by the sea," from tho
Pacific Coast, must naturally have a
beneficial result. As His Majesty
remarked in his address at tho
- banquet on Thursday last, "it is an
epoch in the history of this country."
It certainly will tend to cement the
brotherhood, and will also bring tis
' into closer relationship with many
' with whom we do business. The
" reception given to our visitors was,
judging by the remarks made on
Thursday last, duly appreciated
and the various little social gather
ings which have since taken place
have all passed off satisfactorily.
It is hoped that this excursion,
which may be said to be the first of
its kind, will prove au incentive to
other bodies to do likewise. Visi
tors of such a class cannot bo other
wise than welcome, the residents of
these islands feeling on bitch occa
sions that it is "more blessed to give
than to receive." The icception
committee have done all in their
power to entertain and please their
guests, and they appear to have
succeeded. It was a pleasing feat
ure in the excursion to sue so ninny
,' ladles, all of whom, as far as we
know, enjoyed the visit. It is to be
hoped that the impression of the
" visit generally will be to induce
others from the neighboring coast,
to como and do likewise.
Editoi; Bum.ktin: The last cen
sus of the Hawaiian Islands tnken
in December, 1881, (about 2i yearn
ago) gave the total population to be
80,578, divided into fl,o3!) males
and 29,030 females. In Thrum's
Almanac, tho ages of the former are
stated as follows:
Mnlc. Natives. For.
-Under 0 years 2,1'0 a.fiSO
Between (i & 15 years :i,74'.' ,8:J2
' lii&ao li,fi.-rj ' 11,271
" :to&co " i!,iio 11,82a
Over CO years 2.1)00 1,120
Now, if from the above figures,
we exclude the youngsters under 15
and the old men over 50, tho num
ber of males between 15 and 50
years qf ago would be as under :
(Majority for Foreigners 0,772
Or, in other words thero were then
about 24 percent more able bodied
foreign men on these islands than
thero were natives. From the total
of natives thero would also fall to
be deducted close on 100 male lepers
between the ages of 15 and 50.
Since 1884. the proportions have be-
ome even more in favor of the for-
On tho supposition that It it abso
lutely necessary for the welfare of
this small "roup of islands that
they should bo ruled over by n
king surrounded by sham colonels,
majors, etc., and a sham army and
navy, still I should ask who is "to pay
the piper" for all these luxuries.
The native population ulonc, cer
tainly could not keep them going,
for as a race they are non producers,
being quite content to vegetate in a
, dolco far niente manner so long as
'.they havo their poi and fish. Even
tho land owned by the natives and
leased out in many cases to white
men, of what value would it be,
were it not for tho "unearned incre
ment," tho result of foreigners'
brains nnd capital ?
Of tho total oxports from Hawaii
nei, which amounted in 188G to
$10,840,375, the native population
can only lay claim to having con
tributed a few bunches of bananas
as their share.
Furthcr.worc any other proof rc-
' quired, apart from the Custom
nouse uiuics, to snow jiov inucu mo
business and prosperity of the coun
try is bound up with the presence
in tho laud of tho despised foreign
ers, I would beg to draw attention
to the Post Olllce statistics. In 188p,
thu letterw received mid despatched
through tho G. P. O., Honolulu,
was ns follows! Foreigners' letters
;182,834; Ilawaiians' Jotters, 154,
011. During tho same period, the
number of letters received and for
warded to foreign ports was'gG7,G7ir,
Of this last number, say 7,C7!) be
longed to Hnwailaue, and 260,000 to
fori !pnrr9. Coniblnln;.' these two
classi w of coirespomlenie, the Uguros
would stand at
Foreigners' letters 012,834 or about 80
llmwuluns' " 101,01)0 " so
I have wiilten, not fnmi any feel
ing of ill Will or antipathy against
tin native race, but merely to help
point out what is now getting ad
mitted, that we fuielgu residents
have a perfect right to demand a
larger sa in the Government of the
country and In the disposal of taxes
than has fallen to ourshuro in the
past. Yours, etc.,
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The annual election of a chief
engineer nnd two assistants of the
Fire Department began last evening
at 7 o'clock and closed nt 9. Thero
were two tickets in tho field, viz.,
C. B. Wilson, Chief; Frank IIus
tace, 1st Assistant; J. F. Morgan,
2nd Assistant, and M. D. Monsar
rat, Chief; Julius Asch, 1st Assist
ant ; Peter .Souza, 2nd Assistant.
The supporters of both parties
were energetic and enthusiastic in
their efforts to secure success, but
everything went forward orderly and
good-naturedly. Tho two aspirants
to the highest position moved around
among the crowds of people, voters
and non-voters, together, and were
on the most friendly terms.
Mr. Henry Smith, Secretary of
tho Department, had charge of the
ballot box, and acted as returning
officer. Mr. A. Mabaulu and Mr.
D. L. Aphat officiated as tellers.
Tho result of the balloting was de
clared by Mr. Smith as follows:
M. 1). Monsarrat (elected). ...19G
C.B. Wilson 187
Total votes polled 1183
First Assistant Engineer
Frank Hustnco (elected) 200
Julius Ascli 181
Second Assistant Engineer
James F. Morgan (clectedf,. ..01
Peter Souza It0
There were a number of disputed
votes, not included in the above
figures, as they did not affect the
Mr. llustuce and Mr. Morgan
rose and stated that they declined
the positions to which they had been
elected. Mr. Wilson thanked those
gentlemen who had voted for him.
Mrt Monsarrat, the successful can
didate, also thanked his supporters.
A protest having been entered, Mr.
Smith stated that he would refer the
matter to the Board of Delegates.
.Mr. Smith expressed his gratifica
tion with the quiet and oiderl,y man
ner in which the election had been
conducted. Rtating that thero was a
pleasing absence of the "push,
push, etc." which had in former
years characterised proceedings. It
may be here added, that the manner
in which tho gentleman just named
discharged his duty on the occasion
was marked by impartiality and
The crowd dispersed, several of
the companies adjourning to their
respective engine rooms, and there
indulging in songs, recitations, and
The closing demonstration of the
Masonic festivities in honor of Mr.
E. C. Atkinson, Grand Master of
Masons of California and the Masonic
Excursion, took place last night, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, in tho form of a
Masonic Ball. Invitations were is
sued to local masons and others to
meet tlic visiting brethren and their
families on this occasion, and the
number in attendance was large.
The spacious dining hall of the Hotel
was cleared of furniture and ar
ranged for dancing. Over the front
entrance was placed the inscription,
woven in evergreens, "Welcome
Visiting Brethren," and at the
other end of the hall, tho words
"Welcome- Grand Master." The
hall was also draped with Hawaiian
and American flags. Dancing, of
course, was the main occupation of
the occasion; but thoso who were
not so inclined, passed the timo very
pleasantly in agreeable conversation
and listening to the music of tho
Band, seated around the balcony,
llefrcshmonts were served during
the evening, and were available in a
room near at hand any timo when
desired. Tho event was one of tho
most brilliant and pleasant of the
entiro round of festivities during the
party's stay hero. The electric
light illuminating the grounds, and
the ornamentation of Japanese Inn
terns all along tho front balconjes
of tho Hotel, added greatly to the
beautj' and picturcsauencss of tho
scene. The more 6tnid portion of,
tho company began to disappear by
1 J o'clock, but tho younger peoplo
continued to dance,
SECOND CIRCUIT COURT.
Mr. Justico 1'reston leaves tis
afternoon for Wailuku, Maui, to boh
a term of of tho Second Judicial Cir
cuit Com I. Mr. A. P. Peterson,
Deputy Attorney-General, will prose
cute for the Ciown, add thii follow
ing member of thu bar will attend
tho Court: Hon, Paul Neumann,
Messrs. L. A. Thurston, W. A. Whit
ing nnd V. V. Asliford. Tho follow
ing is tho calendar:
OltUUNAI, OABBH HAWAIIAN JURY,
Eox. vs. Opiopiobano (w), desert
ing her husband. Appeal from Dis
trict Justice, Molojcai,'
Hex. fl. Kololie, Mnkuu, Kiiliuil.ino
nnd Kiiiiiwi-lnktkui1, larceny of uui
mills. Appeal from District Justice,
Rex. vs. TCiilalele, manslaughter.
Committed from Honolulu.
CllIMINAL CAfcEE IOIti:iO.V Jt'ItY.
Rex. vs. Ah Hin et al., having
opium in possession. Appeal from
Rex. vs. D. Bigncnr, selling liquor
without n license. Appeal from Dis
trict Justiee, MitkaWao.
Rex. vs. Wong How et nl., selling
opium without a license. Appeal
from Circuit Court.
Rex. vs. Thomas E. Evans, man
slaughter. Committed fiom Lahninn
Rex. vs. Leel'oug, receiving stolen
property. Committed from Police
Rex. vs. Geo. C. Williams, birbcry.
Appeal from Police Justice, Wailuku.
Tho defendant has withdrawn tho
appeal in this case.'
Rex. vs. Andro do Freitns, larceny.
Committed from I'olicu Justice, Wai
luku. civil cabi:h.
1'obikl (w), and Kuiho (her hus
band) vs. Kalnkun, ejectment. J. W.
Kultta for plniutiiT, L. A. Thurston
L. Von Teinpky vs. John Magnel,
trespass and damage.
Wailuku Sugar Company vs. l'ai
wi, ejectment. J. W. Kalua for
plniulill', Richardson for defendant.
Thero nro eight divorce cases to bo
The paper bottle is the latest
evidence that wo live in an nge of
paper. Car wheels, barrels, pails,
washbowls and racing boats arc now
made from paper, or from a sub
stance that can be only so named,
although it is rather a papicrmachc
than a texture that has been pro
duced by the complicated appliances
of a paper mill. The paper bottle
is a Chicago invention. It has these
advantages over the' glass bottle.
Less likely to break ; much lighter
weight; impenetrability to frost;
lower cost; no packing material
needed in eases. It is, like glass,
unaffected by acids, if properly pre
pared. The only advantage pos
sessed by the "hiss bottle is trans
parency. A decided preference for
tie paper bottle is predicted by tho
France has more schools than any
other great European country.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ON.D
dollar ur shaio will be payable on
tliocupltul floi 1: cf tho People's Icuand
Itcfrlncrotor Company on Weducsd'iy,
the 8l!i of June, at i lie Compnnv's nlllce.
W. E. l-OaTEH,
rPHE UNDEUSIGNKD HAVING
X been appointed Assignees ofilio
Ettnlo of Daniel J.yons of Honolulu a
bankrupt, all p'.'rsoiiM Indebted to Kilil
cetute are hereby notified lo p-iy the
suine Immediately ti tlio undersigned
W. C. PAIJlvl',.
.ION A. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, June 7th 1SS7. CIS a lit
FURNITURE SALE I
On Thursday, June 9th, 1887
At 10 o'clock n. m ,
At tho holism lutoly occupied by F L.
ULA.11KE, known as Niiodo Premises at
the jtiii'tion of Punchbowl street and
Pa u va road, wo will sell tho entiro
1 PARLOR SET
Koa Center Tables, 1'inlures,
Cornices, Whatnots, Vae. Sofn,
Honking and Verandah Chairs,
Etngurcs. small loiuid Tables,
Ouo Handsome 1'uuchbowl,
Ktatucltis, one Qmiilraut, one
LABGE SET HAWAIIAN FERNS,
O A. K I? E X
I Wilcox & Gibbs Sowing Machine
Extension Dining Tnblc,
Dinlng-ri om Chairs, Lamps,
Table Covers, Gliromu', Jnp. Trays,
South Sea Island Aluts,
IMaible-Top California Cedar Bed
' room Set, 7 Pieces;
1 Ash Wardrcbo, Whatnot Toilet Sets,
Japupanese Cabinets, Mull reuses.
Keiilher Pillow, Mobqulto Nets,
3 Dark Maple Bedroom Sets !
1 lie-dwood Wardrobe,
1 Ollvo Btoye, (I holes; Flat Irons.
Pots, Pans. Jiuekels, Tulm BriluiH,
Grnnltewnro, Kuroene Oil Stoves,
i Kitchen TubUs, Meat Safe, Ico llox,
Urnvl Hoiird, jlent Uuniil,
Crockery and Glassware,
('inleiv, C'uitor, etc., etc., etc.
nnd u Collection of
dice id Bare Books!
Too numerous to mention j
I Olllcer's Swoul, Fencing linns, Gun,
Garden Tools, Garden Hents. .Shells,
Copy Press Stovepipe, Kti liber lloso
OIIIO KJE.N S !
Lot of Lumber mid Iron, lot of tjundries
1 Loliili'i, gHiulnK (1 iely;
1 'I'reu Kern (large.)
Nntlvo Hawaiian nnd very
Choice Lot of Curios
etu. etc. etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO St Auctioneers.
Til! DISASTER TO A PEARL FISIIIKG
FLEET CONFIRMED. ,
With rcganl lo the announcement
thntnpenil fishing fleet had been
wrethed by a hurricane off the i
north-enstern coast of Australia,
Mr. btreeter, of New Bond htreet,
who is the main organiser of the
pearl fi-hing industry in those
waters, on Fitday weelc confirmed
the news. Un.vncs, the captain in
command, hud telegraphed as fol
lows : "Hurricane dismasted linth
M'linnni'iM. Fleo InirarrH nnd fnrtv
other craft missing." Tho fleet was I
In tho Indian Ocean, off the north- !
wcst coast of Western Australia,
probably about fifty miles from
land. The schooners arc from 100
to 160 tons burthen, nnd the luggers
would accommodate about SO men
each. Altogether there would be
between 300 and 100 men in Mr.
Strcetor's fleet. About 10 percent
of men would be white men, the, re
mainder Malays and other natives.
The loss will be considerable, as
neither tho vessels nor their contents
would be insured. fThe Scotsman.
Francisquo Xavier Michel the
French archaeologist, is dead. Ho
was seventy-eight years old.
OFFKltS FOR SALE
The Following Goods,
Kx" Scottish Lassie,"
Imperial Sperm CaiullcM,
Door Jt'iK assorted,
Giilvunl.cd Fence Wire, 4, ft tin 1 ft,
Galvanized Fenco Sinplps,
Seaming Twine, 4ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Hubbiich's Whits Lead,
" Hud Lend.
llulibauk'i Moiled fc Haw Llnio'd Oil,
(!. 7, V, !) and 10 ft. Onlv. iron Hooting
1'luiii Gtilv. Iron, Hideo Cupping,
Gilv. Iron Tubs and Bucket.-,
Saucepans, Tea lCeille. A:c.
Single, Double 6s Childien's Iron
A full n-sortment of
ialv Iron Pipe
:i. 1,7.8, 1 nnillii Inch Shot t
A aooil AMHiirlineiit of
In iissoried widths from :1 ft.
to 18 feet wide.
Gala. B. X. L. Lime.
Poitland Cement, &c. &c.
MY THIS STEAMER
Has received a full lino lino of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of-
Linen, Torchon Luces,
.Ribbons, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Oo inspect Mr. Fishel's New Goods !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
pen Lilly Hat
SUPJtEME OOUHT 12? BANK,
rnpicy. In tho matter of Jucob
Lyons a bankrupt,
Order on petition of UanUrupt for ills,
charge from debts.
Iieforotlio Hon. Edward Preston.
Uron reading and filing tho petition
of .Ineob Lyons, alleging that six
inonthH have i lapsed since ho was ndju.
dleiited it bankrupt nnd proving for n
discharge from all hi j debts it'lsoideriil
that Friday tho seventeenth day of Juno
instant at Ifl o'clock in tho foiennui of
that cloy M my Chamber's Alliohuil
Honolulu bu and tho tame U hereby
appointed for a hearlng'iipon tald pitl.
lion, when and where all creditor's wlm
hnvo proved their claims ag.ilnst said
bankrupt, may appear and show pause.
If any they buvo, why tho prayer tfsueh
lmnkiupt, should not bo granted, and it
is further ordered that notice bo given
by advertisement In the Daily Hiili.i:.
tix n newspaper printed and published
lu Honolulu ir two weeks of the time
and pl'ieo of such henrirg, nnd Hint the
(Jerk ol thoSunicnioCotut, mal notices
of the timo ami place of such henrlng.to
all creditors who havo proved flier
"Witness my hand this feconil day of
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest J. II. Heist.
2d Deputy CJerk, Gil 12(
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8,1887
l'i iiMo k noo'i,
I will fc'l at my Siliirooms for necount
of win in It my toiictm , a rpumliy of
D iiniind bv suit w ! r on viy-pv(
iiiipiiilit o i.cx Ainc iei-i ship flninur,
Hre cr. mi t r. Tumi Uioi l II ii.o.
lulu, nnd inatkcl
C. A. HllOWN, Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
J,MVIS .1. IjIWHY,
fili 2t Auctioneer.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887
At 10 o'clock, a. m.
At tho Ecsidenco of It. More
Corner i i Deri tuila and Piikol fits ,
wo will ell al Public Auction, tho
Comprising in part of
Upholstered Easy Chain,
Marblo Top Table,
L'irge Center lines, Sofa Hues,
I Sherman Clay &. Co. Upright Piano
Ebony MuMc Hack, Portiers,
Lac j Curtains and Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lutuigu, Vlcuiiii Chaiis,
0no Hossivo D. V. Marblo Top Bed
room Set. I
Spring Mattre?c4. Pillows,
.Mo-quito Netv, 11 W Extension Table,
11 V U'nrdroliu,
B. Walnut Marble Top Sideboard
A-.'oriincnt "t Plnied and Silverware,
Crockery nnd Glasswnie, Bui Louimo,
IlniM-hoM Sewing .Mncliine, Meat Safe,
SiiivtinndUtemlls, Garden Tools, etc.,
The abovo Furniture is nil In good
order, and idler a linn opportunity to
hoiun keepers. Tim 1huii will bo open
for Inspection ON .MON'oAYiiiidTUEi.
DAY, June (lib and 7th, from II a. m. to
ft p. m.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
f0 7t Auc'loneers.
' U II II "J..! I LUL-J
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE
inaiuUag lnt Cuptnln CI N.Arm.
Miong hih lio bns ennti'jic rd on his
pergonal acemint while here, lint none
on account of the bark "Kalnknua,"
will bu paid on present iiinn with proof
at the olheo of.
J. E. 13KOW.N & CO..
Merchant s-ti-p't. tf
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
While Uoit, 30 feet long, t) feel
eepi feet wide; a S2 left Surf Uonti-;
1 '8 f.ietSurf Boat; .3TJ.-cki.il I Linger,
II feel long, 0 feet ll lnchi-s wide, 2 teet
0 Inches deep, with mnst nnd sails nil
complete; 1 2! feet Snllinii Scow, with
mast anil sails all complete." Ani.lv to.
E. II. ltYAN.
Bom Builder "id General Jobber. 01 if
MR. C. BOLTE Is the agent of my
Schooner "Hema" and "Eon
Uoy," from nnd alter Juno lt, 18S7
All bills prior to that ditto will please
bo presented to me at my olllce, Queen
Street, for settlement.
j. i. DuwsFrr.
Honolulu, .Tunc, 1837. flitf
fS IIEIlEBY GIVEN THAT MIL
JL John Urunwald has j dned ns a
pnitucr tho Hul of S, W. Kaal&Co.,
doing a store business In liana, Mnui.
S AY. Kaai & CO.
liana Juug3,18B7 C5 at
A Few aioro Left 'or Halo Cheap,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
BMw , Queen street.
13 HEHKBY GIVEN that AVong
Man, doing butliioui as ltlco Grow
er, ut Moannlua, Calm, has sold out
all his Itlcu ri.uitiitlnn, at said
Mounalun, to tho underslgii'.d; and
bnid Wong Man lvis no innrM Inter,
est whatsoever lu mid lbce Phintii-.
June, 1887. 51 2t
pottage to Koiit
AND FUIINITUHE FOU SALE
Low lent; turnltuie at a harcaln.
Fur p.irtlcnlatd enquire f.Iuo. Magnon,
Agent, Merchant tlrett. 27 tf
THE HOUSK AT PHESENT,
rcoupled by tho iinVei6lgiicd,
tf AV. O. PAHKE.
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
L udvertlso it Intho Daily UuixfiTtN
Uoll TH.UiH. aililtiul Tel. 1(.
General Business Agency,
Skilled and Uniklll.d Labor Furnished.
Promucs on Judd Strcol, m pr scut oc-ti.
p u.l li.i .). E i.iiiui. tli. Over 2 .ie es
In x ut; h . i-a until y enelo-ed
gakd (riitiiid with fiun Hee'. biih
loieigiiai.d i.mivu; durable bulldii gs
Premises near Thomas Square. Kulaokahua,
-now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School find Fort
streets, opposite tho Government
School House 03 ft. on Fort street,
12 J feet on School street; one 2. roomed
Lot ol Land in Knlihl Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuuaiiu and CJueui streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsticoln nnd Wilder
Avenues, Mnklki, 2 acres more or less;
may be divided up ter small home.
Lot, on Ucrctnnia street, niaukn of Acrl.
cultural Garden, lturu building site.
Fitly Acres (moie or less) In Uaulkl, cast
of Munnnlusi; 11 acres of agricultural
land; 2.' ncics all together suitable
for the cultivation of rice, tnro or lm.
nanus. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian will, etc.
Leaso of Fish Pond nt Waiklki. A rare
oppoituulty for a profitable invest
ment. Cattlo Ranch nt Kaannpali, Maul, suitable
for a iiiuchniun of limited means.
Lease of Cotlago and Lot with largo stable
accommodation, n Punchbowl strict,
near tho Pauoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dc-
inc a prolltablo business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alnkca, above King Street ;
On Hotil, between Nuiianu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and largo lot nbove Klnnu
street, on the Hank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings now and In good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
ICiilaokuhuii. A very dc3lrablo rcsi.
dence, fully appointed.
AUo, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cotlago, out Berctnnla
strict, makai of Puuiihou, 2j. miles
from the Post Olllce. Together with
grounds and nrtojlun well. These
prcmNcs am fully appoin cd and very
convenient for a Inrge family, and are
furnished with servants' quarters, car.
ritigo House, siaoics, ttc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottago, on the flank of
of Punchbowl, l,y miles lrom the Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience lor immediate occupation.
Splendid locution, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with large vnrd accommo
dation, corner of Liliha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ale family; live minutes' walk from
tho Post Ofllco
Tcncrcs (morn or loss) of good pasture
land situate on the Government road
in ICullhi two miles from town.
A 5-Room Cottago witli kitchen nnd bath,
within a half a inilo of the Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many year.i experience and
can guatanleo satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper nnd genc-al business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enulneer, who can glvo (he
boil of references if desired.
By a thoroughly compctont Dairyman.
who understands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation .work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them,
sclvei useful in doing tho chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, otc.
Full particulars given with regard to
the foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. 53
Departure Bay Goal
FOB FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Kx BktnoJohn Worstcr, for sale
in lots to suit.
, ,S10 J?ouiu1m por Ton.
WILDER & CO.
ALL PERSONS ARE WARNED
from having any dealings with
any person excepting Ah In Ohlnn
man, with regard to ihu crops or other
nioporty tf tho Kulnuno Rico Plantation
In Ewa, doing btisinces umlcr thonamo
of Sun Wo bung Company, as no ono
elso bus any authority. All tiansactions
except with his consent will bu void and
any propi rty thus transferred, liable to
Wm. R. CASTLE.
Mortgogo of said Plantation.
Hated Honolulu May jlOth 1887. 40 lw
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous ut procurlug a
pleasant houso can do so by npplyirg to
I lie iiiiiloruigiiecl. Thli houso and lot Is
Mtuatod on tho corners of IJerclunla.
Ivcc-iujiioku and Young streets. House
contains throe lurge: rooms and threo
yerauda rooms, ami dinning room,
kite hcii pantry nii.t bath room, with
stable and olher mil buildings. '
M W. It. OHlLTpN
, No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 8) 1887, 60 2w
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IKdlTol. 1,2 JluimlTel. E72.
P. O. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-.
Real Gslalc Agents, Etc.,
Offer the f. 1 owing!
Cottages to Let FumMicd and tinfur
insticd, in good I caliliis
Cotlago, furnished, to lot Suitable for sin.
glu peis.iu, cemr.il.y located: large
ToLct. Sh.p in new biiek butldlngon
King street, near Nuuanu, next to
Chinese News Co. 's ofllccs. Rent vcr
To Lot. a pleasantly sl'iiatcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
meet. Runt very low to meet tho
House and Lot lor Sale. Very dcslrablo
tesidence on Berctnnla Street. Tho
hnu-o contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Ba broom. Mosquito proof. House
new nud well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with rrlvllcpo of
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale A sp'eiidld nroperty of over 5
acre of laud oil Lllilia Street; tin.
rivalled 113 a nlto for a gentleman's
rcsldcnco Ancnrly application nee-
con cf In M1 ! on'Ztn m. ln"nln'lrtt -"-
com r ij uuiuunouuii f diukiu 3
TMIE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN. 'lilt' !f
JL new brick building on King street f,
near Nuuanu. recently occupied byMf. ,x
CT. Hoyt. Opposite old station house. '
For particulars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & OO.
Situations wanted by
And other closfes of help.
Custom Houbg Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. ,
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
. iron saxiE,
A. M. Hewett.
Stationer, Merchant St.
Jilllii ijine Sports ! .
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take place on the Race
CouiBd, and entries for the same are in.
Handsome Prizes (n list of which will
be published nt a later date), will bo
presented to the successful competitors.
Ono Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yards Race for Youths under 17,
2fi0 yards Race for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
259 yards Race, '
2.10 yards Hurdlo Race,
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing tho Baso Ball,
- Obstacle Race,
Three Legged Race.
Tho abovo events are open to all Ama.
Entries, accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will be received by any of the
members of tho Committee nameq below,
and It is requested that early entry bo
made. r -
61tf , E.B. THOMAS.
Tie Min Lectores
Wlt'i beautiful views by a Powerful i
Tim Two I.aat and Bent of the
Cqurite In the
Y. M. O. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6, 1887.
At 7:30 r. m.
Slnurlo flolcotM - 7S Conts
Courso TlolcotH - . - l,3S
For sale at the bookstores, and ot the
Y. 11. O. A. Entertainment Committee
For Sjvlp or Lpfisp.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
funahou Street called' "Kaninllo
hla," tho piopertv of O. H Judd, ore for
salo or for lease tor a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARlWRIGnT.
Honolulu, Dec, 18, lt0. U08
PURING MY ABSENCE lrom'
thld Kingdom Mr, p. lloltowtll
nc for me under lull powef of attorney.'
Honpluju, Juno 1, 1887, ' pln