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BISHOP Co., BANKEUS
ImoIuIu, Hawaiian Itlande.
Drw XxobABge on the
XNuUc of Oallibrmla, H. F.
And their agent in
NEW YMK, BOSTON, HONO KONO.
Messrs. N. X. Rothschild A Bon, London
Tke Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial ;Bnnk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrletchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banklngl Business.
Hit gaihj gnlUtin,
Plsag & to ultier Biot nor Party,
let MUMliitd lor the tnt of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1887.
THE CHIEF SOURCES OF REVE
NUE. Everyone admits, in a qualified
sen.Be, that "the laborer and con
sumer are the chief sources of the
revenue of the country." Or, put
ting it mere correctly and clearly,
the consumer is the person who pays
the duty on the articles of consump
tion, and if tho laborer be the chief
consumer, the laborer is the chief
contributor of tho revenue. The
importer pays the duty at the Cus
tom House in the first instance, and
then levies the amount on his cus
tomers who purchase the imperted
articles. But this is not tho final
source of revenue, as our contem
porary the Advertiser, would ap
parently wish its readers to believe.
Wo have to go still further back and
ascertain whence the consumer de
rives his ability to 'pay the duty in
directly contributed by him through
tho importer. This is an easy mat
ter to settle. Perhaps nine-tenths
or more of our entire community,
whether laborors, mechanics, or
tradespeople, cither directly or in
directly, derive their revenue, and
hence their ability to contribute to
the public revenue, from rice and
sugar, particularly the latter. Stop
every rice and sugar plantation in
the country, and what will become of
the consumers of imported goods
from which the Government indi
rectly collects its revenue? or where
will the consumers procure the
means to maintain consumption?
Let us enquire further, whose capi
tal called into existence and con
tinues the rice and sugar enterprises
of the country? The foreigner's,
not the native Hawaiian's. It is
quite clear to any observing and
reasoning mind that "the planter
and controllers of industrial enter
prise" arc "the chief sources of the
revenue of the kingdom," and
that without them its rev
enue would come down to a
small figure, notwithstanding the at
tempt of tho Government mouth
piece to prove the contrary ; and it
is only reasonable that those
who furnish tho "chief sources of
revenue" should at least have an
influential voice and vote in the
"political affairs" of the kingdom,
and have them they will.
ARE THE LABORERS
It is an easy task to show the
fallacy of the pusillanimous effort of
the Government organ to belittle
the foreigners' pecuniary support to
the Hawaiian Government. Our
contemporary's own figures, which
we reproduced the other day, evi
dence that more than two-thirds of
the direct taxation was, five or six
years ago, paid by the various for
eign nationalities domiciled in tho
country ; and Ii'ib assertion that the
revenue derived from duties is con
tributed by "the laborer and con
sumer," support the conclusion
that the foreigner also contributes
the major portion of this rovenue.
Remember, the majority of laborers
and mechanics in the kingdom are
foreigners, they are in the employ
of foreigners, and their wages are
earned and received from foreign
ers. Besides, nativo Hawaiian la
borers and mechanics draw their
means' of subsistence from tho same
source. How many native Ilawaiians
in tho entiro country are in tho em
ploy of Hawaiians? A very, very
few indeed. The Honolulu Iron
Works, the planing mills, tho lum
ber yards, the stearashipcompanics,
&c, all belonging to foreigners and
operated by foreign capital, aro
the employers of native labor. This
unpretentious sheet is mostly the
work of native compositors, who, by
the way, arc a good and trustworthy
eet of boys, and receive the same
pay as white compositors. But the
the paper derives its support from
foreigners, and the foreigner's
monoy pays the native employee.
The ready nionoy thnt Is scattered
around so freely among retail trad
ers, oaloon-ktcpers, and at the fish
market, of a Saturday evening and
night by tho happy-go-lucky, im
provident Ilawaiians, has been paid
to them by their foreign employers.
What means havo theso pcoplo of
"consuming" dutiable goods which
they do not receive directly from
foreigners? Banish the foreigner,
and the native is compelled to fall
back on the malo and the taro
patch. Banish the forclgnor and
his capital, and what then becomes
of your "laborer and consumer?"
and what will your revenue from
the port of Honolulu amount to?
Until the Government organ is pre
pared with a sensible and satisfac
tory answer to these queries, we bc
eeech it not to disgust tho common
sense or. the community uy disin
A LITTLE TALK WITH "COMMUNI
CATED." That was a pretty little "com
municated' 'article in the Government
newspapor on Monday last. It had
spots on it which caused a wonder
ful resemblanco to tho proprietary.
If one were not told, he would never
think that "communicated" was an
outsider. Even when told, it re
quires an enormous degree of faith
to believe it. He says in an ex
tremely pleasant way, "I am a for
eigner, a naturalized Hawaiian citi
zen, a voter on the National ticket,
a friend to the King and Ills Ma
jesty's Government, and devoted to
the welfare of the Hawaiian people."
Wo unreservedly believe a lot of
this. In fact, if he had said, "I am
a mean sycophant, and I subsist on
the public treasury," we could have
swallowed it as easily as n sugar
coated pill. But "devoted to the
welfaro of the Hawaiian peoplo," is
rather too largo for our gullet
can't get it down. How a man can
be "devoted to the welfare" of a
people and "a friend" to a govern
ment which is the bitterest curse
that ever afflicted that people, is too
incongruous to be accepted without
He says, "I am satisfied with the
country." Good. So aro we. It
is perfectly lovely. It answers to
Mrs. Heman's description. "Every
prospect pleases, and only man is
vile." Our friend continues, "and
the Government." That lets us out:
we must here part company; be-
cause we have a peculiar old preju
dice which is hard to conquer, in
favor of decency, integrity, and
honor. It is a matter of taste, but
our taste has not been educated up
to his standard.
"I have found here a most con
genial climate." Very salubrious
indeed. Do you like the smell of
opium? Haven't you found the
atmosphere rather foul in some
quarters? "A peaceful and hos
pitable people." Right you are.
"And have a larger enjoyment of
my earnings and acquisitions than
in tho great country from where I
came." Perhaps, too, you got thoso
"earnings and acquisitions" rather
easily ! We havo not been so lucky
on account of not being in the
ring. In fact, we have been "hard
un" eometimes, and compelled to
send out of the country for help.
Here, too, you have been paying
less taxation than in that "great
country." But how about tho ex
penditure of your taxes? Do you
believe in all tho ludicrous fal-de-rals
that are maintained out of tho
public taxes? You don't want them
laid out on useful works, for public
convenience? Perhaps you are liko
that other fellow who said yesterday
that tho Kaimiloa was a magnificent
man-of-war and a wiso investment,
because he made good wages out of
Mr. "Communicated" finds here
a party of persons who do not agrco
with him in his view of public af
fairs. No wonder. Who but a fool,
a knave, or one living on the Gov
ernment could agree with him?
Now, the entire community docs not
come into this category, and that is
just why there aro some dissentients
from his views.
There is no doubt that the remedy
for such cantankerous people's views
and feelings is to be found in their
departure from tho country. Even
tho foxy Prime Minister is credited
with entertaining a similar opinion
in this matter. But will theso peo
plo clear out of the country? They
seem very stubborn. Perhaps it
would be well to cxilo them 1 Just
try it on, for tho fun of tho thing!
Speaking for ourselves, wo aro not
inclined to go on compulsion. AVo
might, on n push, secure a passage
one rcdit ; but wn consider it a kind
of duty to remain awlillo to pile on
fuel an I keep the pot boiling. But
it Is decided that this dissatisfied
people "have a right to stay and
growl." Extremely generous 1 Wo
would not for n moment insinuate
that It Is a forced generosity. Oh,
This gentleman who has talked
bunkum, and whom we, on the
principle of "answer a man accord
ing to his folly," have lcplied to by
bunkum, closes his remarks by a
demand to know "what is tho form
of Government you malcontents
want, and who are your leaders and
standard bearers. Trot out your
Ministry or your Governor or Presi
dent of the Hawaiian State. Let
us know what you want and
what you intend to do." This is to
the point. Wc, editorial we, will
answer for ourselves. Not for the
entire body of "malcontents,"
which, wo believe, includes pretty
well evcrv independent man in the
community ; but just simply for our
selves. In the first place, we may remark
that our views regarding the kind
of government the country needs
have been recorded a thousand times
over, but do not mind just striding
over the old ground once more.
Respecting a particular "Ministry,"
"Leaders," "Governor," or "Presi
dent," etc., they arc matters we
have never ouco alluded to, and
have no concern for. The King is
King, and wc want to 6ee him keep
in his proper place, maintain the
dignity of his position, reign over
his people, leave the work and res
ponsibility of government to his
Ministers. He should have Minis
ters of integrity, honor, and ability,
acceptable to the people. AVo want
to see all subordinate positions filled
with competent and upright men.
Tn short, the entire Government to
be conducted on pure, patriotic,
and liberal principles, in the inter
ests and for the good of the country.
What is there unreasonable about
this? Does "Communicated" in
heart approve of things as they arc?
Docs he believe in the high offices
of Government being filled with low
blackguards? Docs he think it is
right and proper for the King to go
around electioneering, or to destroy
the independence of the Legislature
by dictating to its members how to
vote? Does he approve of tho
notorious opium bribo? Is he of
the opinion that tho pufilic rovenue
of the country is used for the public
good? Can he excuse and defend
tho corruption which ho knows to
pollute the Government generally?
Then it is good for that "great coun
try whence he came," that he is out
of it, and unfortunate for the small
country into which he has come,
that it is burdened with such a
miserable caricature of humanity.
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
The Bulletin Summaut is now
out. It contains full reports of
the Masonic banquet and a full
digest of the news for tho past fort
night. Orders received by A. M.
Ilewett, J. II. Super, and at the
Daily Bulletin Office.
Tntth says that Mr. Terry, the
hero of the Chatham Dockyard
"scandal," has obtained an excellent
post in a private yard at Antwerp,
and he left Shcerncss last week.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
The Kingdom Mr. D. P. Peterson
will have charge of my builness under
full Power of Attorney
A. W, PIERCE.
Honolulu Juno Cth 1887. 57 lw
A CARRIAGE AND TWO HORSES,
Suitable for cxpiess or family use.
Prlco $450. Apply at this olllce.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OP THE MEMBERS OP THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
take pltico at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commerco In Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th next at 11 a, m.
07 tf Secy. pro. tem.
ALL CITIZENS OF THE UNITED
SUtcs of America, resident hero,
aro invited to meet at the nnwalian
Hotel Thursday evening, June Oth at 8
o'clock, to consult In roferenco to tho
observance of July Fourth.
GEO W. MERRILL.
Honolulu Juno 8th 1887 07 2t
Knights of Pythias.
Mystic Lodgo No. 2 K. of
P. will hold a convention
this (Wednesday) oven,
ing, when important bual.
nees will bo presented.
and Pace Rank conferred.
A full attendance is parti
J. ROTH WELL.
67 It K. of H & S,
ON THURSDAY JUNE, 9lh,
At 10 licit n in.,
At my mliM rm m' comer of V rt mid
Que n siruc.ii will bo so.d at public
Clo'hl g Orockr-ry aid Glassware,
hUjur nilil Potatoes,
Ciisw Kmi-lnu Oil.
Kin P ik imd Silmou;
Ohm eric", el ., He,
nnnu n nnnxiirni
1 Largo Ship's Slop Client,
With an assortment of Seamen's Wear
Inrs apparel ,t choice lot of flno Tobacco,
Inula Rubber Boots etc., etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
07 It Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1887
At 10 o'clock a. m.
I will sell at my Salesrooms for account
of whom it may concern,
30 Cases Turpentine
Each containing two fi.Qallon Tins,
Damaged by salt water on voyage n
importutlon, ex American ship 1'imour,
Brewer, master, from Boston to fJono.
lulu, nnd markod
D. & CO., (In diamond)
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
liEWIS J. LEVEY,
57 It Auctioneer.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for tlie
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. r.7
OFFERS FOR SALE
The Folflowing Goods,
Ex " SLOttish Lassie,"
Imperial Spenu Candles,
Donr Mit n?ortcd.
Gulvauizut Fence Wire, 4, 5 and C,
Galvanized Fence Staples,
gcamlng Twine, l.ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Hubback's White Lead,
" Red Lead,
HubbackM Boiled & Haw Linseed Oil,
0, 7, 8, 0 and 10 ft. Galv. Iron Hoofing
Plain Galv. Iron, Hiilee Capping,
Galv. Iron Tubs and Buckets,
Saucepans, Tea Kettles, &c.
Single, Double & Children's
A full assortment of
Galv Iron Pipe
3.4, 7-8, 1 and Uf Inch Short
A Good Assortment of
in assorted widths from 3 ft.
to 18 feet wide.
Cala. I. X. L. Lime.
Portland Cement, &c, &c.
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OP ONE
dollar per share will be payable on
the capital stock of tho People's Ice and
Refrigerator Company on Wednesday,
tho 8th of June, at tho Company's olllce.
W. E. POSTER,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
been appoint oil Assignees of the
Estato of Daniel Lyons of Honolulu a
bankrupt, all persons indebted to said
estate aro hereby notified to pay the
samo Immediately to the undersigned.
W. C. PARKE,
JON A. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, June 7lh 1SS7. CO 3t
SUPREME COURT IN BANK,
ruptcy, In the matter of, Jacob
Lyons a bankrupt.
Order on petition of Bankrupt for dls.
charge from debts.
Before tlio Hon. Edward Predion.
Upou leading and tiling the petition
of Jacob Lyons, alleging tint six
months havo elapsed since ho was adju
dicuted a Imukrupt and praying for u
discharge fioui all his debts it Is ordered
that Friday tho seventeenth day of June
instant at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon of
that day Ht my Chamber's Alliolanl
Honolulu bo and tho tamo Is hereby
appointed for a hearing upon fald pttl
tlon, wht n nnd uhcro nil creditor's who
have proved their claims -against said
bankrupt, may appear and Bhow cause.
If any they havo, why the prayer cf such
bankrupt, should not bo granted, and it
is further ordered that notice ho given
by advertisement in tho Daily Bollk.
tin a newspapor printed and published
in Honolulu iav two weeks of tho time
and placu of such hearing, and that tho
Clork of the Supreme Court, mall notices
of the timo and placo of such hearing to
all creditors who havo proved their
Witness my hand this second day of
Justico Supremo Court.
Attest J. H. Reist.
2d Deputy Clerk. G3 121
On Thursday, Juno 9th,
At 10 o'elo-k it. in ,
At tho liOi'- bi'ey nroiiplH by F L.
MliKK, known m Niuj ti Premise nt
tliu J it ii tlon of Piinclibnwl tri-ut mid
1 'mi m mini, wn will fell Ibo t-nllra
U misting of
1 PARLOR SET
Koa Center Tables, Pictures,
Cornices, Whatnots, Vaos, Sofa,
Hocking nud Verandah Chairs,
EtPgercst, small lound Tables,
Ono Handsome J'unchbowl,
Statuettes, one Quadrant, one
LARGE BET HAWAIIAN FERNS,
O A R I? US T W
I Wiloox &. Gibbs Sowing Maohine
Extension Dining Table,
Dinlug.rnom Chairs, Lamps,
Table Covers, Chvomos, Jap. Trays,
youth Sea Island Mats,
1 Marble-Top California Cedar Bed
room Set, 7 Pieces;
1 Ash Wardrobe, Whatnot, Toilet Sets,
Japnpnncso Cabinets, Mattresses.
Feather Pillow, Mosquito Nets,
3 Dark Maple Bedroom Sets !
1 Redwood Wardrobe,
1 Ollvo Stove, 0 holes; Pint Irons.
Pots, Pans. Buckets, Tubs Boilois,
Grnnltcwaro, Kcrocno Oil Stoves,
2 Kitchen Tubks, Meut Safe, lee Box,
Bread Hoard, Meat Board,
Crockery and Glassware,
Cutlery, Castor, etc., etc., etc.
and a Collection of.
Gloice ni Rare Books!
Too numerous to mention ;
I Officer's Sword, Fencing Iron", Gun,
Garden Tools, Garden Beats, Shells,
CopPress, Stovepipe, Rubber Hoso
Lot of Lumber and Iron, lot of Sundries
1 Lobilia, growing finely;
1 Trco Fern (large)
Native Hawaiian and very
Choice Lot of Ourios
etc. etc. etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
60 2t Auctioneers,
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
JTnejt DReeeivecl !
Ex Bktno John Worstcr, for salo
in lots to BUlt.
SS.S4.0 Pounds per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
DEBTS. DUES AND DE.
mands agjlnst Captain G N. Arm.
strong ivbicli Jio has contracted on his
personal account while here, but none
on account of the bark "Knlaknua,"
will he paid on presentation with proof
at tho olllce of.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Merchant street. G5
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wldo; 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet 8urf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger.
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with must and sails all
complete; 1 SI feet Bulling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder nnd General Jobber. CI tf
MR. C. BOLTEisthoagentofmy
Schooner. "Helta" and "Ron
Roy," from and after June 1st, 1887.
All bills prior to that ditto will please
be presented to me at my ofllco, Queen
Street, for settlement.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, June, 1887. 6iHf
JS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MR.
John Grunwald has joined as a
partner the Hul of S. W. Kaal&Co.,
doing n store business in Hnna. Maui.
S. W. Kaal b CO.
liana June .1,1887. 55 3t
A Few More
Iiert l'or Hale C'lieup,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
1 Queen street.
Cottage to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furnituro at a bargain.
For particulars enquire cfJno. Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of procuring a
pleasant house can do to by applying to
the undorBigned. Thlshouso and lot is
tituatod on the comers of Berctanla,
Kconumoku and Young streets. House
contains three largo rooms and threo
veranda rooms, and dinning room,
kitchen nuntry and hath room, with
stahlo ami other out buildings.
W, R. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 81 1887. 60 Sw
HellTel.lMM. Mutual Tel. 18.
General Business Agency.
Sklllod and UnskllUd Labor Furnished.
Prcmltcs on Judd Slroot, ui pr sent ecu.
pieil U) .1. E iiiiiui. tli. Ovcr2ucic
in ix nt; mit'Staii'bl y cnclo-ed
g'nlid i uil'ul willi fruit Her" b till
luitMjji and urlvc; dnralilt bui'dii gi
Premises near Thomai Squaro. Kulaokahua,
uow occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School and Port
streets, opposlto tho Government
School House 205 ft. on Fort street.
12 i feet on School street; one I'-roorned
Lot ol Land in Kalihl Valley, opposite the
The " Old Corner," situate on the east cor
ner of Nuuiinu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsacola and Wilder
Avenues, Makiki, 2 acres more or less;
may be divided up lor small home,
Lot, on Berctanla street, mauka of Agri
cultural Garden. Rare building Bite.
Fifty Acret (more or less) in Hauiki, cast
of Moanalua; 14 acres of agricultural
land; 25 acres all together suitable
for the cultivation of rice, tnro or ba.
nanni. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Lease ol Fish Pond at Waikiki. A raro
opportunity for a profitable Invest
ment. Cattle Ranch nt Kftanapali, Maui, suitable
for a ranchman of limited moans.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with large stablo
accommodation, on Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Threo Lodging Houses, furnished and do
Ing a profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of J'unchbowl street;
On Alakea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu and
For LeaBe or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd large lot above Klnau
street, nu tho llank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kulaokahua. A very desirable resi
dence, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, out Bcretanla
Mnei, makal of Puuahou, 2lf miles
from tho Post Office. Together with
grounds and artesian well. These
premises are fnlly appoin td and very
convenient for a largo family, and aro
furnished with servants' quarters, car
nage house, stables, etc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
of I'uncnbowJ, 14 miles lrom tlicl'ost
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience for immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with large yard accommo
dation, corner of Lillha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; five minutes' walk from
tho Post Office.
Ten Acres (moro or less) of good pasture
land situate on the Government road
in Kalihl hvo miles from tovin.
A 5 -Room Cottage with kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of tho Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many yoars experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper and general business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile buslnoss.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
best of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competont 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-
selves useful in doing tho chores in
private families ; taking caro of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. 03
TN THE SUPREME
JL of tho Hawaiian Islands.
matter of AKAH.M fch), of Onomea,
Hllo Hawaii agaiintwhom a petition for
adjudication wis filed on tho 21st dayof
March, 1837, in tald Court. In Bankrup
tcy. Before Hon. E. Preston,
Tho 25th day of May, 18S7.
Upon reading the said petition, and
upou proof before mo taken, I do find
tut tho said AKAUAI (ch), has become
u bankrupt within the true intent
and meaning of the Act approved on the
29th day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Bank
ruptcy in tho Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hereby declare and adjudge
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further order that the crcdl.
tors of the slid bankrupt come in and
piove their debts beioro such Jus
tice of tho Supremo Court ns shall be
sitting in Chambers nt Alliolanl Ilnle,
Honolulu, on tho 111th day of Juno
1887, between tho hours of ten o'clock
in tho forenoon and noon of the
raid day, nnd elect one or moro assignee
or assignees of tho said bankrupt estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
In ilia Daily Huixktin, and Hawaiian
Chinese News newspapers published in
Honolulu, In tho English and Chlncso
And that the said bankrupt shall im
mediately filo with the Clerk of this
Honorable Couit a schedule of his cred
itors and assets, as required by tho said
Act. E. PRESTON,
JuHice of thu Supremo Court.
Attest: William Foster.
2d Deputy Cleik. 47 lOtmwf
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
occupied by tho undersigned,
W. C PARKE.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily Bullxtik
Munrnl Tel. 872.
lb X 1 07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apis, Etc.,
Oiler the Mowing:
Collages lo LctFuriiMieil nud unfur
nished, iu gond I. ciilttlis.
Collago, furntthod, lo lot Suitable for tin-
gin e Km, centrally located: largo
To Lot. Slop In new bilck building O'l
King Mrrrt, ln-nr Nuuiinu. i.ext to
Chlnoto Nob Co.'b ofilccs. Rent very
To Lei. a pleasantly situated residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
street. Rent very low to meet tho
Houie and Lot lor Sale. Very dcslrablo
residence on Berctanla Street. The
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor.
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new anu well num.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold citaf.
For Sale A splendid property of over 5
aire of land oil Lillha Street; un.
rivalled as a site for a gentleman's
residence. An early application nee
ssary to purchase in a single lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
now brick building on King street
near Nuuanu, recently occupied by Mr.
C. T. Hoyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & CO.
Situations wanted by
And other clas5ca of help.
Mr. Thomas Iscovesco,
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. 0
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
Stationer, Merchant SI.
jQUileo AlBjc Sports!
THE FOLLOWING COM PETI
TIONS will take place on tho Raco
Coutso, and entries for the samo aro in.
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published at a later date), will be
presented to tho successful competitor.
One Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yards Ruco for Youths under 17,
250 yards Race for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
250 yards Raco,
250 yards Hurdle Race,
Putting the Shot,
Throwing tho Base Ball,
Three Legged Race.
Tho ahovo events are open to all Ama
Entries, accompanied by a fco of one
dollnr will be received by any of the
members of the Committee named below,
and it is requested that early entry be
51tf E. B. THOMAS.
With beautiful views by a Powerful
Two Iiast nud Beat of the
Course In the
Y. M. O. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6 1887.
At 7:30 1 M.
Single TlolcotH - 75 ContH
Couruu TlolcotH - - - HX.ati
For salo at
Y. M. O. A.
the bookstores, and of tho
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATELVON
l'unnhou Street called "Kanaullo
hla," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
salo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 18, 188G. 1508
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. Boltowlll
act for mo under full power of attorney;
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1887. 61lvf
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