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Draw Exchange on the
Sauls of Oalllbrnln, H. F.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Dnnk Co., ot Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Ubt Snug gitfUtin.
Pltdgei to wither Biot nor Party.
But MUUlabtd lor tht benitt of til.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. 1887.
UNITED STATES SUGAR DUTIES.
A yery interesting question was
recently deckled by , the United
States Supremo Court, arising out
of the Reciprocity Treaty with this
kingdom. Bartram & Co., sugar
brokers, of New York, brought suit
against Collector Robertson of that
port, to recover a large sum of
money exacted by him as customs
duty upon sugar entered for con
sumption from the Danish island of
St. Croix. The claim for restitution
was based upon the fourth clause of
tho treaty of amity between the Uuited
States and Denmark, bettor known
as "the most favored nation clause."
The plaintiffs contended that their
cargoes should be free like Hawaiian
Islands sugar. The Government
filed a demurrer which was sustain
ed by the United States District
Court at New York, and on appeal
tho Supreme Court afllrmed the rul
ing of the court below. The Su
preme Court held that the treaty
with Denmark did not bind tho
United States in this matter. The
Government of the United States
could not be compelled to grant cor
responding privileges with Hawaii
to Denmark without compensation,
the Hawaiian Kingdom having made
valuable concession1 as an offset to
the free introduction of its products
with the States. This suit shows
how closely tho operations of our
treaty with the Washington Gov
ernment is being watched abroad.
NOT WHAT IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE.
The choice of representatives in
modern representative institutions
by the votes of the people, is not
always- and everywhere precisely
what it is supposed to be, namely,
the free and independent preference
of the voters. It often happens that
persons arc elected to positions by
a majority vote, to which they would
never attain if the electors were
untrammeled, and left to vote ac
cording to their own judgment. Not
to speak of tho direct bribery, of
money and patronage, of ten resorted
to, undue persuasion and sundry
kinds of petty trickery too fre
quently operate to secure a majority
vote at elections. It is not every
voter whoso mind is sulllciently
strong to withstand the importunity
of canvassers, although his judg
ment may remain unconvinced. Our
readers need not be told how elec
tions arc operated in this country.
Bribery and every species of trick
ery are sometimes had recourse to,
and as a rule, the side which can
place the largest sum of money iu
the field is the side which carries
the day. No honest man will pre
tend to sa' that every man elected
is the free and deliberate choice of
tho electors. Wo might take for
examplo the present legislative body.
There arc undoubtedly men in it who
have not been chosen by tho un
biased votes of a majority of their
constituencies.' It is hard, it may
bo impossible, to entirely provent
tho exercise of undue influence iu
some form or other. But until
voters arc left to exercise their own
judgment, and to cast their votes
according to their own inclination,
it never cau be certainly said that
the successful candidate is the veal
choice of his constituency. In this
connection, we commend the course
adopted by the foreman of one of
the local lire companies in the re
cent aunual election of tho olllcers
of tho Honolulu J'irc Department.
Mr. Geo. Norton is the gentleman
referred to. He said, after the
election, that lie had declined to en
deavor to influence the votes of his
company. IIo had stated to them
that ho would vole according to his
own conviction, and ' wished every
member to be guided by the same
principle. This is an example
.worthy of imitation. Enlighten
electors as much as possible upon
their responsibility, etc., but let
them free to voto according to their
A VrRT. CONTAINING TttOTCTT.
JT&. Tho finder "In be nmtd u on
return, iig s. mo to this offlce.
LOST OB M1SSCARKIED.
rN TT1E CYANIC o., WHARF
V of Mny al-'.in. a rlnl of A iMrn.
Mil a huge I tuck tin hi I Vnl b- IlIiU
strapped Unticllu Inoki n and h-mp n ril
sub ituicd. Any pi-iMin di Im rl'iy
-time nt I'nul iscuniaum III u will bo
02 If PAUI.NEUMNN.
FOB SALE OB LEASE.
KAPIOLANI PARK LOTS, Nos. 0
and 4, leased land: rent paid tin
to November 20, 1903. These lots ndjolu
Mr. Agnew's place, are fenced. Tiiero
an a cottage and stables on them, and
water Is hild on. Inqulro of
62 lw 0. BOLTE.
THERE WILL BE SOLD AT PUB.
lie auction nt the Government
Pound of Koholuloj, on Thursday Juue
SSrd, 1 bay lurso, two white legs, while
spot on the forehead and branded M.
K. left hind leg.
A. B. KAAUKUU,
02 It Pound Master.
Hawaiian Jockey CI Guj
A Sweec8takof$25 Added.
Race to be run at the Juno meeting of
tho Hawaiian .Jockey Club in 1889.
Three quarters of a mile dash for Ha
waiian bred two year olds.
Nominations, inclosing n fee of 810, to
be sent to tho Secretary of tho Hn
ilan Jockey Club on or before June 30th
1887. Final acceptances as to tho
balance of sweepstakes on or before
July 1st 1888.
C. 0. BERGEB,
Secretary Haw. Jockey Club.
One Black Horse !
Kind anil gentle, perfectly broken to
single and double linincss, nnd raddle,
perfectly safe for anyone to drive or
One Brown Colt!
Nearly !5 years old. Well I token to
B.iddlo and perfectly info fumi impnited
stock. Apply to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Comer of Fort and Queen
A Few More
Left For Hnlu Cheap,
W. PIERCE & CO.,
T. GULICK h fully author.
to demand and ii-ccivo nil
moneys duo me, and his receipt on my
behalf Mill be a siifilcicnt discharge on
V. II. OEDING.
Honolulu June Oth 1887. 08 if
TIIE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMNER3 OF THE
Queen's Ilo.-pltal Corporation will
tnko place at the rooms of the Chamber
of Commeico In Campbell's Block on
Friday J uly 8lh next at 11 a. m.
r7 t f Secy. pro. tern.
The nubile lo known Unit when I was
adjudged to lo "mm conipus mentis"
that Mr. Kolis ktold mv guaulian Mr.
Llojd (hat, "If liu would suo to have a
Mortgage given by me to Dr. Kcunidy,
brnkin, and that if tlio place (Ileela)
bold for enough to pay ihcm $40,000
that they would glvo mo $0,000." Well
tho place sold for enough to make the
$5,C00 good. Two or thrie days nftei.
wards they railed my wifo Into their
stoie, and told her that they kmw that
I win puor, and that ihcy wanted to
nitiku Iter mi allowance of $20 pir
month for which suo thanked tliutn.
When Mr. Llojd came to town a few
days aftci wards, ho went in to tee lliem,
nnd asked them about the $0,000, that
they were to give me. They told him
that they settled with my wife about it.
When I got a man to go to Mr. Belig
some time afterwards he was very in
dignant about me, saying Ihcy had ir.er
promised to give mo !?0,000, nnd said
bomoihing about givlntr me enough to
buy a rcp-j to hang myself with, and
Hint if 1 did not take caro that they
would ttop tho allowance of ?J0 per
month. Slioitly nficr this Oiinbaum
was hcio and 1 told him about It, ho
mid that he nevor hoaitl anything about
It and Mr. I.oulssou uho tald tho tamo
day that he ncci hcaid unythlue about
Xow liibt week when I leaped a fule
ana in Ilccla ton Uhlmimnn fur 71, pui
year that they had Iroo nylng ijlO pur
your for, Mr. Loiil'Hin win ludignaiit
and told mo tlint ho wouh notpiyihu
monthly allowance of $ 5, pur month
Now I run prove till I hnvecald by
tlnco good w!tm.so, but no other but
my.-cll as lcgnrds Mi. (liiiihaum nnd
Mr. Loulsson denying ever hearing iiin
thlng about the $(5,G00.
Mr. LouIhwii aho told mo lh.it "be.
cause I wus a fool Ihoy would not glvo
my wllo the $0,000, as I would throw it
Now I Iiiuq hciiiil of sonio people
thai their "Moid was as good ns tluir
bond" but Oiinbaum & Co.'s, woid Is
not as good iw their bond, and I would
rather hu iuyelf without a cent than
Hum with all their money.
Honolulu Juno 13th 1687. CO St.
I jlllllM ( IJjl
On Thursday, Juno 16th, 1887
At 10 oeluel
I will tell nt my alcfrotn foe nccount
i f whom It in o ieuin,
Marked 1) (In dlamm.d) Co. ;
No. 40 411. 4 ctiMfc lltib.-, c( iitalii.
liig oU rt'ib us lollow.-:
fi bets Elm Hubs, 4J7,
'Ihree - cases, Jlubs,
2 tela Elm Hub-, 13x10.
Ko lx Mx,
Six cubes Felloes,
101 Oak Felloes, 4Jf sq 1 ft. 8 Ih.
100 " 4 if sq xl ft. 0 In.
100 " 4,'4x4ft.4lnf
No. JM. One package containing 4
No. 4-lx. One pickage contulnliig
4 Carriage Voles.
No. 7318. Twenty-six cases Spokes
M0 2?f xxx Spokes,
COO 3 .x "
GOO 3,i.f xxx "
472 m xxx "
200 ii.i xxx "
COD 2 if XX "
200 '2)i xx "
0001 xxx "
300 2JJ xxx "
BOO xxx "
200 1 xx '
200 S xxx "
200 2jLf xxx "
20 sets A. B.
Illms, consUting of as
0 sets xx 1 8fi 2in x 4 ft,
2 " 3ft 2ln x 4ft,
0 " Ij3ft0lnx4ft,
0 " lk3(t8lux4ft,
3 " 1 3ftOIn.4ft,
4 sets l?f 3ft Oln x 1ft.
containing 8) dorcu
Damaged by salt water on vovage of
Importation ex American ship Tlmour,
from lloston to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
02 1 1
On Thursday, June 16th,
At 10 o'clock a. m.
I will sell at my salesroom, lor account
of whom It may concern,
Maikcd: M. S. G. ii Co.,
45 SINGLE TRUNKS
Containing Sacliel; and
15 NESTS ZINC TRUNKS!
Damaged by salt water on voj ago of Im
portation ux American ship Tlmour,
trom Jio-ton to Honolulu,
Terms Gash in U. S.Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
l!"J It Auc ionecr.
Cor. King unit AlaUen St.
Keeps constantly on hand largo sup
l'UKH, l!lie-HC, Di-cHMi'tl Poultry on
Ice, Forctcn and JomvHtlf
Fruits and Vegetables.
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS having tiken
charge of the Waikiki Bath House,
bcgstolnioim the public ih.it hu will
lun tho place as a first-chiM bathing
ictort. . '
MKS.CKOOKS will attend to tho lady
patrons of tho place, and every ill'ort
will bo made to make It attractive.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
The Kingdom Air. D. I, l'etor.on
'will have charge of my business uiiJn
full Power of Attorney.
A. W. PIUUOE.
Honolulu Juno lh 1887. 07 lw
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aio authoihed to tolhct foi tl.o
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887.
ASI'LF.NDID OPPOUTUNITY ANY
jieison desirous of piocuriug a
pleuFiuit houso ran do so by applying to
the undesigned. This house mid lot Is
Mtunlod on tho corners of Ileretnnla,
Keeaunioku and Young Mrccts. Hoiifo
contains three largo rooms and three
veranda looms, and dinning room,
kitchen nantty nnd hath room, with
stable nnd other out buildings
W. H. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 31 1887. 60 3w
Will ho fo'd at Pi bin A1 c lon-'rr no.
couiit of w h in It inn) tin on, tl.c N e.
' GUILLERMO, '
"f Ciir ntn, Nli'tniu, 000 tons tegls ei
Friday, June 17, '87
At 13 o'clock loo ,
At Inter-Island Steamship "Wharf, foot
of Fort street.
1 DONKEY ENGINE
and LOT OF PROVISIONS.
The nbove vcol wn built at Mascl.
land, Nova Scotia, in tho year 1870. For
further particulars, Inquire of II.
HACKFELD & CO.
ADAMS & Co.
On Friday, June"l7
At 10 o'clock a. in.,
At tho residence of 31113. J. M. OAT,
Fort Street, we will sell nt Public Auc
lion, on account of departure the House
hold Furniture consUting of
MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE
Mahogany Book Case,
Blnck AValnut Upholstered Lounge,
Carpet Kocker, H. V. O. S. Chairs,
Center Rug, Sofa and Door Hugs,
Hanging Lamp-, Pictures, Booke,
Curtains nnd Linibrcquins
1 Handsome Kou Bureau
Bedroom Set, Mattresses, Mosquito
Nets, Dining-room Furntturo
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE
Stove and Kitchen Utensils, etc.
E. P. ADA3IS & CO.,
' 2t Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF
Premises situated on Palace Walk, Ho
nolulunow occupied by John Bowler.
Wo have received instructions from W.
C. Parke, Tiuslco of the Moltwno l.'s.
late, to sell nt Public Auction,
On the 18th Day of Juno, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, on tho premio?,
the premises as above and further
described as follows: thoe certain
Premises with the Buildings
Situated In Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
and described hi Koyal Patent No.
4")14, upon confirmation of the Land
Commission of O. Lsinnul ns follows to
wit: Apulia 1. E hoomnka ami ma ke
alanul Puowalna ina ko kapa nkati ma
ko kihi Hcmn Ifom. o kola apaua, alalia
auau 43 Hlk. Ort-100 kaul. e pill ana I
ke Alanul Fuowaitin, Akau 44 Kom.
'.i.17 kaul. e pill ana I ka pahalo o Kelli-
aiioiiiu, iicma aiw ivom. l.uu Kaul, o
pill i ko alanul aupunl lilkl- 1 l;o nhiniil
Mol ma ka pahalo o French, alalia e
pill ana 1 ke alanul u hikl 1 kali I 1 hoo
niakn ai, o ill ana 1 niba 10 peka.
Terms of the fc'nle aro CASH and
Deeds at tho expense of the purchaser.
8UPSKT PBICE 3,000.
For further particulars, Apply to
AV. O. PABKK.'Tiustce.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
I3 31 Auctioneers.
1 Special Sale of
Elegant Jewelry !
By order of Mr. John 8. Rpear wo will
poll at public auction, at his ttorn, Fort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 a. m.,
His Slack: of Jewelry!
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
Gent's Solid Gold Scarf Pins,
Bolld Gold Ear-rings,
Collar and Sleeve Buttons,
Waltham Gold and Silver Watches,
Auiuhortnicut of Solid Silverware,
Tea and Table Spoonw,
Knives, Foiks, Napkin Kings, &c.
Tho above nillcles aro all guaranteed,
and nro sold on account of lemoval.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
50 2t Auclionccrs
'PO THE CHEDlTOllSOFTIlEES
1. tale of JOHN F. Ni'LAUGHLIN,
a liunkiupt, ot Honolulu, take notice:
That the undersli;nc(l Afhlgnce of Iho
Efctnto of John F. McLaughlin, n ban
krupt, has preparatoiy to his final ac.
count mid dividend, fciibmltted his ac
counts as such assignee and tiled te
siino beforo Hon. It. F. Hlckeiton, Jus
tlco of the Supremo Court at his Cham,
bar?, to whom ho will apply atlOo'clock
n. m., on MONDAY, tho 20ih day or
J nno inatant, for a settlement' of said
accounts and for a discharge from nil
liabilities as such assignee, nnd for an
order to mako a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there nppear and contest tho
Assignee Estate of
John K. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, Juuo 10, 1887. 0 4t mtws
To e In-Ill at their Kuigo on KlnjrSl.,
oppo.-'lle tho Gaverumcut Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
t O o'clock, a. in.
GOVEItNOll DOMINIS CUP,
Valued at 100, for tho highest aggre
gate scoio in matches Nos. 1, ii ami li. to
become the property of tho marksman
winning It three times at regular melt
ings of the II. H. A.
Won July C, 1850, by J. Brodtc. M D.
Won January 1, 187, by Win. Uuger.
I.--THE BIIOD1E MEDAL-
Valued at $30; also second prize of 85;
third piizo! 2.G0, Coudllioiu of the
match: Open to.nll members of the A.
sociatioD, and members of tho icgular
and volunteer miliUiry companies of the
Kingdom; to become tho property cf
tho marksman winning it three timis at
regular meetings ot the II. It. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
mlliuiry rltlo under tho rules; limited to
one cnlrj to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, 16SC, by Wm. linger.
Won July 0, lfe80, by C. B. Wil-oa.
Won January 1, 188f, by O. B. Wilson.
-TIIE ALDEN PBU1T AND TAItO
Valued 100; also a to oml prl.o of i;
tiinl pi ie, !?'.'. CO. Conditions: Open to
all I'uiiii-ti; to become the property of
tin. iii'irkMiinu winning il th ou i lines ai
iculiir mcLtleg of tho II. H. A.; 10
rounds each ai tho 400 and r00 yaid
langcn; any military rilln under iho
rules; limited lo one eniiy for each com
pelitor. Entrance fee, 81-
Won July 5, 1SMI, l-V .1 llrolto, M. I).
Won .laiiuary 1, 187, by W. C. King.
111. II. It. A. TJIOPHY.
Valued nt 9100 Compcillois llmilc 1 to
members of the Association. Condi-tloii-:
For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and COO yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any militniy lillo under tho
rules; to become Iho property of tho
markMiinu winning it three limes at
rcgulir meeting ot thi II. H. A. En.
iraueo fee, 1.
Won Januniy 1, 1880, by F.J. Illcelns.
Won July 5, 1880. by J. Hrodlo M. D.
Won Januaiy 1, 18a7, by Wm. Unger.
IV. ALL-COME11S' MATCH.
Four cash prices, namely: 25, 15, 10
and 10 per cent, ot the net receipts.
Cond lio h: Open to all marksmen; any
mil iKi i lie under the mles; lOrouiuU;
dhta-i.-'f, 2 0 yuuls. Kntraiice fee, $1.
Luu e unlimited.
V ASSOCIATION- SECOND 0.LASS
Open to all mcmbeiB of Iho Assccia
tlou who have never lnndo a record ex
ceeding 75 per cent at any regular meet
ing of the II. K. A. First pii.e, u Sil
ver Medal; Second prize, one dozen
Photographs, presented by J J. Wll.
Hams, E&q. Conditions: Hounds, 10;
distance, i.00 jards; nny militiry ritle
under tho rule. Entrauco fee, 1. En
VI. ASSOCIATION TIII11D CLASS
Open lo nil members of the Asocla.
tlon who Imvo never made a rccoul ex
oceding 05 jier cent at any regular meet
ing of the II. R. A. Fiiet prio, a 811
vcr medal; Sicond prize, Woven Catt
ridgo licit and onn hundred Cartiidgcs,
pieocnted by C. H. Nlcoll,Eq. Condi
tions same as in Match No. 5.
VI I. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four cish prize, namely, 25, 15,10
and 10 per cent of tho not receipts.
Conditions: Open to all mnrksnicn who
have ncer made a record exceeding 70
per cent nt any meeting of the II. It. A,;
rounds.fi; dlstiuice,200ynids; nny mili
tary rilles under tho rules. Entrance
fco, 50 cints. Entries unlimited.
VIII PIfeTOL MATCH.
First prize, one Smith & Wesson 118.
calibre nickel p'nled Revolver. Condi
tions: Open to nil; rounds, 10; distance
lOOfiet. Eu'raiito fee, fil) ouiiU. En.
Entries can bo made to the Secretary,
or at tho gun store of Mrs. Thoj. Lack,
at any time liefoie, or at Iho Range on
(lie day of tho match.
Extra guns and cartridges can bo ob
tained at the Ringo.
J. H. FISHER,
J, BHODIE, M. D.,
UellTel.atH. SItillinl Tel. 130.
I. . llox 41S.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and UmkW d Labor Furn shed.
REAL E3TAT-F0R SALE.
frjmiios on Judd S;ioot, a pr bmii oc-ii-picii
til .1 E i met tu. Over 2 . c e
iu x nt; suits mi 1. 1 y uiiriii'id
galul p mi d wlili fiui' t b h
toielgu and tinilvejdnraUlu buildings.
Premlmnear Thomas Square, Kulaokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School and Forf
streets, opposite the Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort street.
12 i feet on School Btrect; one 2-roomed
Lot ol Land in Kalihi Valley, opposite the
The "Old Corner," sltualo on tho cast cor
ner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsacola and Wilder
Avenues, Maklkl, 2 acres more or lef.s;
may bo divided up fur small home
steads. To Lol Tint very convenient and de.
sirablo cottage on Merchant Btrect
opposite the Mutual Telephone build
ing. Lot, on Bcrctanla ttrcet, mauka of Agri
cultural Garden. Rare building site.
Filly Acres (more or lessjMn Hnulki, cast
of Muanalun; 14 acres nf agricultural
land; 25 actes all together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or ba
nanus. All the nccestnry buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Lease ol Fish Pond at Waikiki. A taro
opportunity for a pirfltablo invest
ment. Cattle Ranch nt Kaanapali, Maui, suitable
for a lanchman of limited moans.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with large stable
accommodation, nn Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dc
Incr n profitable business. Shunted as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and large lot abovo Klnau
street, on tho flank of Punehb wl hill.
Buildings new and In good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful vlow
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kulaokahua. A very desirable resl
dencc, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Bcrctanla
street, raakal of Puuahou, 2tf miles
from tho Post Office. Together with
grounds nnd artesian well. These
premises aro fnlly appoin td and very
convenient for a largo family, and aro
furnished with servants' quarters, car
riago house, stables, etc.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, on tho flank of
of Punchbowl, miles lrom tho Post
Olllce, fully supplied with every con
venienro for immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
One Cottago, with large yard accommo
dation, corner of Lillha and King
streets. Convenient homo for modcr
uto family; live mlnutoi' walk from
the Post Ofllco.
Ten Acres (more or lcs) of good pasture
land situato on the Government road
in Kalihi tzvo miles from town.
A G-Room Cottage with kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of the Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many year experionco nnd
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper .and geno-nl business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of meicantilc business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enuineer, who can give tho
best of references if desired.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands tho business in nil
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them-
seloi useful in doing Iho chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
the Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMER
Has received a full line lino of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of-
Liiion, Torchon Luces,
Ribbons, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO.!
Go inspect Mr. Fishers New Goods I
Leading Millinery House.
dor. Port & Hotel Street.
U.-liT.l. 1.2 Mu uu. Te-. L7J.
J. E. BROWN ft CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Apnts, Etc,
Ollci the f I . w net
Co'.lagts lo Lol Kurnhhed ai.d uiifur
iiisiicn, in gimd I ciilltl b.
Collage, (urnlthed, to let Mutable for sin
gin e bin, ccnir ly lomtui: inrgo
ToLet.-Sh p In ncu bl) Imlhllign.
King street, near Nuuanu, t.cxt to
Chlneeo Now a Co.'s offices. Rent very
To Let. a pleasantly tl'uatcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses. v
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
street. Rent very low to moct tho
House and Lol lor Sale. Very desirable
residence on Bcrctanla Street. The
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold cAiaf.
For Sale A splendid property of over 0
acres of land oil Lillha Street; un.
rivalled ai a alto for a gentleman
residence. An enrly application ncc
ssary to purchase in a slnglo lot.
TIIE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
now brick building on King street
near Nuuanu. iccently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Uoyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
49tf J. E. BROWN & OO.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Accounts and bills collected.
Mr. Thomas Iscovcseo.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. 0
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
GOlw Stationer, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take place on the Kace
Course, and entries for tho Mime aro iu
Handsome Frizes (a list of which will
be published ntn later dale), will be
presented to tho successful competitors.
One Mtlo Race,
Quarter Milo Race,
100 yards Rnce for Youths under 17,
2C0 yards Race for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
25') y aids Race,
250 yards Hurdle Race,
Putting tho Shot, -'
Throwing tho liaso Hall,
Three Logged Race.
The 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 Comnuttco named below,
and it is requested that early cntiy be
Oltf K. 11. THOMAS,
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Punahuu Street railed "Kananilo.
hla," tho property of O. H Judd, aro for
sale or for lease tor a term of years,
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGI1T.
Honolulu. Deo. 13. 1HS0 U03
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
ninnds agdnst Captain O N. Aim.
ttiong ihl';h ho linn conlracicd on his
personal account while hero, butnoue
on account of tho bark "Kalahaun,"
will ho paid on presentation with proof
nt tho ollico of.
.T. E. DROWN & CO.,
Merchant etieet. 65
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 80 feet long, 3 foot
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 leet Surf Boats:
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Diclud Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 tcot
0 Inches deep, with mast and tails all
comploto; 1 23 feet Balling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Anplv to,
. H. RYAN.
Boat Builder nnd General Jobber. 61 If
JOB PRINTING of all kinds oze.
cuted at tho Dili Bclutim Office
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