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BlSliOP & Co., bajmuisrjj
Draw Exchange ou the
Bank ot Culil'oriilti, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
. Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney.
The Commercial Bauk Co., of Sydney.
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland.
Christchurcli, ntul Wellington,
The Bank of Hritlsh Coluinbhi,
torla, B. 0., and I'onhind, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aro authorised to colW ct foi tlio
llonolulu Juno 8th. 1387. 57
Plodgsd to neither Beet oor Purtj.
Bat eiUbUilud lor the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1887.
Would the Advertiser, which pro
f esses to have special sources of-
oillcial information ami no doubt
has, fulill its promise to the tax
payers, and give a detailed state
ment of the expenditure of 8181,500
loan fund received through llishop
& Co.'s bank as a realteation fiom
London? This money came to hand
several months ago and was duly
covered into the Treasury minus an
interest shave by the Bank of Cali
fornia. If it has not been spent in
the redemption of outstanding bonds
it should be in the Treasury because
no public works have been under
taken since its receipt?
WHERE IS THE LOAN?
Again we ask the Government
organ, "Where is the Loan?" The
country has been charged interest
on two million dollars sinco the be
gining of the year, but has not had
two hundred thousand dollars from
tho London Syndicate. For several
months interest at the rate of 12
percent was running and payable
on some half million dollars of the
loan, and the drain for commissions,
etc., has been very heavy. How
much of the loan is now available,
and upon what has any of it bien
expended? Is it true, us reported,
that the London Sj'iidicatc refuse to
send out coin to tho Hawaiian
Treasury for fear it would be wasted
by the Government? The facts point
that way. The entire operation of
redeeming the Spreckels' half million
bonds was managed in bungling way
by the Syndicate through the Bank
of California without consulting the
Government, which must pay all
charges, and is understood to have
agreed to do so, legal and otherwise.
To put it brielly, the country is being
swindled in this loan business and
the Government has made itself a
party to the swindle. The loan, as
it was advertised nnd floated in
London, was not brought out in ac
cordance with law, and any tax
payer would be justified in procur
ing an injunction from the Supremo
Court to prohibit the issuance of
bonds for the English portion of it
which is payable principal and
interest in sterling ' money. This
would not be an act of repudiation ;
it would simply be just nnd lawful
protection of tho public revenue.
The law requires that 82,000,000 in
United States gold coin or its equiv
alent nt the present standard be de
posited in tho Hawaiian Treasury,
the Minister of Finance having the
duty imposed upon him of redeem
ing all bonds of previous issue, pay
ing ail debts covered by the Loan
Act, nnd otherwise carrying out tho
provisions of that law. An irre
sponsible Syndicate of foroign capi
talists have. undertaken most of this
work for a commission, ignoring the
law, and the Government have ac
quiesced in this illegal usurpation
of their functions.
EXTENT OF OPPOSITION.
Anyone whose reading Is confined
to the Government organ, the J', U.
Advertiser, nnd not otherwise in
formed, is liable to get llio impres
sion that opposition to tho so-called
Government of the Hawaiian Islands
comes from a small faction of tho
foreign population, and that the
native people are unanimously in
favor of the faction which rules, nnd
has ruled and well nigh ruined,
during tho past few years, This Is
tho impression which the Govern
ment paper aims to create. Those
who direct its policy know that at
home here all hucIi efforts tire in
vain. Tho people of tho country
are too intelligent and too much en
lightened by their own experience.
It is mainly for the eyes of renders
llll ) llf
ant of the country
that tin- in 1 1
twaddle and disl unest ii.Iti pii'H'M
ntiiu are wiittcn mid pul.lrlud.
This is a gnivu ehuiuo 1.0 p rider
against the (lovcriiineiit pupir,
which above all tilings should be
honest and truthful. Nevertheless,
the charge is true and just.
The iinpiesslon tought to be
created is Inlse. In the llrst place,
it is not a small taction of the for
eign p 'pulatlun which is averse to
the Uovcimncitl. Indeed, extremely
few, if any, foiclgncrs not in the
employ or pay of the Government
arc favorable to it. Almost to a
man, they are on the other side. It
is not pretended that all foreigners
nro equally strong in their senti
ments of opposition, or that they
ore ngrccd among themselves as. to
the extent and enormity of the Gov
ernment's imperfection; but that
they are nil, more or less, opposed
to tho wnv in which public affairs
aro managed, and aro impressed
with tho neceessity of reform.
Cautious and conservative men who,
until rcccnlly; 'mvv m least quietly
noqv.icicL'd in government measures
nnd proceedings have been forced,
against their will, by the corruption
and crookedness which lisc in stu
pendous enormity before their eyes
nnd stink in their nostrils, to change
their opinion nnd adhesion. The
feeling of dissatisfaction, distrust,
and disgust is general and al out us
strong as words can expiess.
Nor do the native lltiwiiiians
unanimously fnor (he Government.
as its organ would fain have people
believe. It is natural that those in
the service, as well as tho recipients
of favors and their friends, should
be demonsti alive in their declara
tions of Approval. But they are
only a pottion of the race. Not
withstanding the strenuous exer
tions of the Government parly nt
the last general election, at which
money was scattered around without
stint and gin llowed ll!o water,
many of the constituencies returned
anti-Govciumcnl candidates, and in
many others the Government men
got in with a narrow majority only.
Probably n geueral election at the
present time would result in a ma
jority for the opposition. Anyhow,
it is a fact that large numbers of the
native people are decidedly against
the ruling lnition, ami amongst them
the most thoughtful and respectable
of the race. Anyone can satisfy
himself of the truth of thisj by inter
mixing and conveising with them,
or by listening to them converse
among themselves. The Hawaiinns
are an intelligent people and well
posted in the operations of their
Government.' They are not mere
idle spectators and lisleneis, but
take a vigorous interest in all such
mntters, and discuss them with fer
vor. And they can be heaul any
day expressing their opinions very
freely in terms which arc in no sense
complimentary to their rulers.
Y. M. C. A.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. U. Association, held in
their hall last evening, Mr. 1'. C.
Jones, representing the Temperance
Committee, repotted tho Blue Hib
bon League to be flourishing.
The Treasurer repotted a balance
of cash in hand of 811 LOG.
The Secretary read an interesting
report on the convention held in
San Francisco, written by Mr. T. S.
Southwick, the Honolulu delegate.
It was icsolvcd to givo an enter
tainment next week, to the olllceis
and crew of the U. S. S. Adams.
Two new members weie elected,
nnd a collection made, amounting to
SALE OF TH 'CUIlLEfMO."
The bark Guillcrmo una brought
to the hammer thU t oon, Mr. Jas.
Morgan, for K. 1'. Adams & Co.,
olllciating. The vc:sel was started
at 8500 by Mr. A. F. Cooke. Fair
bidding followed, until 81,750 was
reached, at which figure the vessel
was pold to Messrs. Wilder & Co.
The donkey engine was then offered.
It was' started at gflOO, by Mr.
Hughes, and was sold for 8000 to
Messrs. Wilder & Co. The salo of
provisions, fire-wood and three Bpars
followed, in separate lots, to various
Gen. BouIanger'H plan for the ex
perimental niohillza' ion of the French
Army on the lllh of October, is dis
trusted here. If France mobilizes,
Germany mobilizes nlso.
ASM,.V ROY A3 O.II AXI)
irinii I h y. mo ihnt noiKs iiuho
profcrn il. Ii quire at N. a. fcnch, t o.
101 Fort ttieet. (il tit
TTARNESS MAKER lms moved to
-LX io. i King htiect next to tlio
JOB PRINTING ol all kludi exc.
cuted nt tho Daily Buixktjn Oftlco
HILO Pc3?U EXJITcD.
Tliln people nie mauimg inml. It
seem- Hal. whi n ll.u Adam wiit)
llieie, n vuiaV;kmmhig eiiim,; cm lid
".he llilo' pelican," li'oaidiil tin
mnii'Of'Wiii' anil lohi'the captain ' nf
great Until le In Uoi.olulu'. The
Adams wi iglted anchor iuiitii diali ly,
and luadi d for the lepurted center
of I rouble. The Ailains was to
have H-maliied at II il for a week
mid would have no ulil lull a lew
dollars there, a will as lelievinu to
mime extent the iiiun limy of Hi o
Ifle. hen the taiisc of tin vcsmI's
slioit stay leaked out, llilo nuiliicss
began to boil.
On Saturday, June 18th, '87
At 10 o'clock, . in.,
1 will soil at my salesroom for account
cf whom It may concern,
Mnikcd: M. P. & CO.
tl C01L.S 8I8AL KOIM3
2 coils 'J in.; ii rolls l?f in.: 7 colls
H in.; 7 coil-4 IJfJ in.; liiillsl in ;
fl colls nn. TUillCluilR
H t.'nHCH Tollnc,o"liclll.',
!1 e.ies containing 18 boe, ouch box
weighing ! lbs.
5 cases conninlng -10 boc, eicli liox
weighing 23 lbs. Total 8 onse3.
7 VaMCM Tolineeo.."l'et.'
!J eases roiUiiliiing 18 boxes, each box
-I i-fifcs containing. '12 bo(", eKii box
weighing 20 lli. 'J ota', 7 e it.
'JWnsesf Tolmcro--"Aiuile J.lslr."'
Each containing Mi boxes, voiglilrg
20 His. '
1.1 CnCH Tobari'a.-"lInwnllnii."
Kitcli containing 121 boc, weighing
i l'ni'knecM T)lm,eo""JIniile."
2 packages eoiitnlning 10 boxes, each
lio- weighing 20 His.
3 packages' contiilning 10 boc-, enih
box weighing 2 lbs. Total, 4 pUg'.
n CnHPN"tiol(tou Ciiplt' Tolmcco.
In -Ib tius, cncli eontuining 100 llu.
Xo. 108. ;intiiinliiu ft iiroHi Toilet
Damaged by salt water on voyage of im
portation ex American eliip Timour,
from lio;ton to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
SPECIAL SALE OF
At Auction Liberal Credit to Trade.
I nm in-lructeil hy a lurue Impo'ting
Firm to fell nt Futilic Auction, at my
Halesi ociih, cornir of Foit and Qmeii
Friday June 24th
At 10 o'clock", 11. in.,
a largo and well s-lectcil Sleek of Crock-
ery, GIusviire nntl Fiiim t'lie,
Dinner, Breakfast and Toilot Sets!
Kaliiy and Coiniiion 1'lowtr i'uts,
Kwiia and U.isiii, Soup Plates,
Howls, Jugs, etc., and
Assorted Crates of Crockery
Cut and Pressed Tuinllero,
Wine Glas'ui, Cui titles,
llliimliiaiion Cnpj, Sfaniple ISotlU-,
and I. interns, eie.
Biscuits and Crackers
Saloon, Pilot mul Medium 111 end,
l'leueii llutter, llliieMoiikil .Soap,
fxci'Ifclcr and Wlmlfcur So.ip,
Cioini ot' t'ailar, Ciir onalc of Soda,
lMuiii Cheieo, Pio Fiulis, .Soup".
A'tor ed S niees, Gouden -e 1 Milk.
Vlnegiu U.indles, Wnli llluc,
JCp.-om Sails, Ilunjiili Janw, Cnik.
Safely Jfiitclus, nipping Paper,
Jluekets Tubs nnd liiibkttJ.
Also a choice lot of
Vienna Furniture !
Consoling of .
Sofus, Cliiiis, etc, Velvet Carpets,
builnltin Kngs, eto., elc. etc.
CS"Tlie gords will he on Iew tin
day lief le the sde.
LOST OR MISSCAIIRIED.
ON Till OCEANIC Co., WIIAKF
of May Jilst, on anival of AuMra.
lia a laige black leather vnllxu tightly
strapped linndlo broken nnd lump cord
hiilis iluted. Any person deilveiing
enme nt Paul .Neumanns (ill e will bo
02 if PAUL XEUMANN.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OP THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hoplinl Corporitloa will
tnke piuee al the loouti of the Clniiiilier
of Comnierco In Cumpbc'l'h Block on
Friday July 8th next at ll a. m.
57 If Secy. pio. tern.
One Black Horse !
Kind nrd gentle, perfectly broken to
Flngle nnd iloubln linincs, nnd t addle,
perfurtly safe for anyone to drive or
One Brown Colt!
Ncaily ftycaifl old. AVcll biokcn to
saddle and puifjctly safe, fiom Imported,
stock. Apply to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auctioneer. Corner of Foit and Queen
Rtreele, Ol lv.
I III t- I I J- V
AUOIION SAJjU OF
ValiiLMe Eeal Estate
Pirintea -tl nn'e t in I'li'n -V ilk, lln.
n lul i iinu (c tilu I 1m .Jul.n . Illl .
V 1 arc 'ec'-hcl I nnc. I n 'r m W.
t', i nil e T ii ii' 1 It Mo .no i s.
I lite. In ll U P.I I All tlOU,
On the 18th Dny tf June, '87
,l 1 J .'.'ll C' ll'l ill, till t II' pi Mil .
t c ivinl-iH ii ii i" a il u tin r
I s mi il ns nllo : I "s en in
Situated in Honolulu. Island of Oahu,
mid ilcneilheil in ltoyal Patent Xo
1514, upon confirmation of the Land
CoiiimlsIon of O. Lamm! as follows to
wit: Apnna 1. E liooinaka ana ma ke
alauui i'uowalna tna Ko kapa iikati ma
kc kllil Ileum Kom. o kela apami, alalia
al;ati -Mo 111k. DG-100 Kaul. e pill mm 1
ke Aliiinil l'uowaiiui. Akiui I Is Kom.
0.17 kaul. e plli ana I ka p.ihalc o Kelil
ahontil, Ileum ma Kom. 1.0!) kaul, c
pill 1 kc nlauiil atipmii lilkl i ke alauui
JMoi ma ka paliale o French, alalia u
pill ana 1 ko alauui a hikl I kulil 1 lioo
inaka al, e ill ana 1 niba 10 peka.
Terms of the t-'alo me CASH nnd
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
fO-Ul'SUT 1IU(T. 83,000.
For further pnitlcnlnr. Apply to
w. u. L'Ailhi';, Trustee.
E. V. ADAHIS & CO.,
f.2 111 Auctioneers.
, Special Salo of
11 older of Mr. John Ppenvwo will
ell nt pulillc auction, nt his fctoro, Fort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 ii. in.,
His Stock of Jewelry!
Cuitf tlng of ,
Ladies' and Coat's Diamond Rings,
Genf- id fiohl Sturf Phis,
S Pd G i Enr.ilngt.,
Co' in n .sleeve liuttons,
Wait! am Go J and Silver Watches,
Au n o t i nt ol S ilhi Silverwaie,
Toil mul Tstblo Spoons,
Knives, Forks-, Napkin Kings, &c.
'llio above nitle'ii mo all giinriinleeil,
anil are bjki on ac joiiui ot icinov.ii.
E. P ADAMS
A Sweeustako ol'$25 Added.
itiiei- to he run at lliu Juno mtetiin: of
llio llnwnilnii Jnekcy Club in 1SS'.
Tluen (uart r oi n mile duuli for Ila
uallun luui two yeir olds.
Nomina iour. incloilng a fee ol $10, to
lie t.eiit lo the SterUary of the lTn
1 inn Jockey ( lnbonor lieforeJunclOth
1SS7. l'mal acecpiances as to the
h.iliiucc ot swc-pMiikos on or liei'uro
July 1st ItSS.
C. 0. BERGEB,
Sceietiry ll iw. Jockey club
II i 2w.
A FfW More
I.ol't 1'or Hnln Clicnp,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
Waikiki Bath House !
"iVT R. W. CROOKS having tiken
UJL clinrgu ( f the Waikiki Until Houi'.
begstointoim tlio public Unit he will
ntn the piaee as a lirst-cluss bathing
MRS. CROOKS will attend to llio lady
patrons of the place, and every cilbrt
will lie mudo to mako it attractive.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
KAPIOLAXI PARK LOTS, No. U
mid 4, leased land; lent paid up
lo November M, 1001. Theo lolsndj iiii
Mr, Agnow's plnce, nro fenced, Tnei"
an a cottage and stables on them, mil
w utcr Is laid on. Inquiro of
(Mlw C. IIOIU.
pHAS. T. GULICK ia fully nutlioi.
v il 1 1 demand and loaelie all
moil, s 1 1 e nit", nnd his receipt on my
beba i wil lm a sufficient tilt-charge oh
any cliiin .
F. II. OEDINO.
Ho i lu i. 'mu Hth 1837.
rpo TIIK CI'KDITOHS OPTIIK FS
JL tale of JOHN V NiIU'UHLlN,
n biiiikiupl, nt Ilonnlulii, ttiKe u nice:
Tlmt ho undirriunid Aislgnio of the
Potato of Jolin P. McLaughlin, n ban
krupt, hs nteptUMtoiy to his linn) no.
count and (llvldeiid, Mibmllted his ac.
counts as sin h ns leiii'o nnd filed t' e
siniti hefoni Hon. R. P. Iilokiiton, Jus.
t'co of the Supreme Court at his Chum,
hers, to whom hn w 1 1 apply at 10 o'oloi k
n. in., on MONDAY, the 20ih day ot
Juno instant, for a settlement of said
accounts and for n discharge from all
liabilities as such assignee, unit for tin
order lo nnko a final dividend.
And (hut iiny persou Interested limy
then nnd lliero appear and contest iho
simc, W. O.PMHCB,
John r McLaughlin.
Honolulu, Juuo It), 1887. 60 4t mtori
Jl'w iji tj
-or 'i uk-
To Lc held at their Hiiiko on King S'.,
opi oiltc this Qovcriimuiit N'iwcr.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At o'clorlt, a. in.
UOVMtNOR DOM1NIS CUP,
Valued nt sBlOl, for tlio liighcst tiRgre
gate Koie in nm'clies Xo. 1, 2 mul il to
become the piojeity of tlio iiiiirUsniiin
winning ll ll.reo times al tegular mi-it-iiU'Sof
(lie 11. K. A.
Won .Inly 5, 18-0. ly J. Brcdic. M D.
Won .limuiiry 1, i8i7, liy Win. Ungcr.
1.---HIE MhODli: MtDAL.
Valued at ..0 ; nln teeon 1 ptl.o of $3;
third pne if'.'.CU. Coimiiiioih (1 llio
iniiteh: Open to nil inenib.-rii of llie A
r ( lt ion, mid mcniiiuiH ol die tegular
.u.il vi'liuiteer military companies of ill"
' i j'd mi ; to become Ike properly if
ll e iimik-iniiii winu'uiK it lime tinns nt
iigiilnrin cling' oi tlio 11. . X
Disiuiiee, 200 ni(ls rouiult, 10; liny
miltiary rlllc under lite ruks; limited to
oneciitrj to ei.eli toinpi titer. Kniruneo
fer, $1. .
Won Juiiiinrv 1. lfSO, by Wm. Unger.
AVon Juv fi.'lftSO, by C. 11. Wll oj.
Won January I, ISSf, by C. 11. Wlli-on.
II. THE ALOtX FltUlT AND TAltO
CO. Mi: DAL.
Valued $10'1; alo a fo ond prl.e of ";
luird ii 7j..'.fj(). Conilliioni: Open to
nil (omuis; to licoinu tin1 pioptniy of
llie ni'irkkiiian winning p 111 eu imus m
icguiur uii'itiigi oi tiic it. It. A.; 10
louuds etch in llie 40U and TCO yard
innues; any mllitaiy rille under tl.e
nile'n; limitid to one entry foi each com
pttiim. Kntrnnee fee, ftt
on .liny o, 150, i y J urojie, ju. w.
Won Jniiitiiiy 1, l8-7, by W. C. King.
III. ll.lt. A. TKOPIIV.
Value! at $IT0 Coinpetitois llmitelto
menibeM of llio Association. Condi.
tion-: For lliu liignc-l nggregate score
titsriOund T.03 vimls; 10 rniimb nt ei.ch
ilisiii-ier; any mlliinry ill'.e under the
rnlih; to lutoii.n tlio rrnieny of tlio
iiiiirlc-mau Winning it throe times nt
regulii meeting ot tlio 11. It. A. En.
trance fee, $1.
Won .lunuarv J, I6S1, by P.J Uluel's
on July o, 18i0. liy J. UrmPe M. D.
AVon J nniiiry I, I8b7, liy Win. Unger.
IV ALlr-COMKRj MATCH.
Four ensli piizes, namely: 25, 15. 10
nnd 10 per cent, ot the net receipt
I'onditlorp: Open to all nuiiknieii; any
military rllle under the rules; lOnmuib-;
dbtaiiie, 2 0 ynnl3. Entrnneo fee, 1.
V ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to till uiembcis of the Assi ela
tion who li'ive m vjr made a rccoid ex
ceeding 75 per cent at any regular meet,
irgor thcll.lt. A. Frit prie, uSil.
er Med it ; Second prize, one dozen
Plii.t'iginplis, pre.-cnltd by J J. Wil
limns, E-fj. Cnndit'ons: Rounds, 10;
dUlnnctf, 100 j arils; any tnllltiry rifle
under the riile1. Entrance fee, $1. En
VI.-AS300IATION THIRD CLASS
Open to nil members of lliu Asocla
tlon who itave never undo a iceord ex.
ceedlng 03 per cent at anj lvgulnr meet
ing ot the II. R A. Fhst piUe, a Sll.
vei liiedit); S cimd prize, Woven Cart
lidge I'.cltiiiul ouu himdred Cartridges,
presented by C 11. MieolI.E p Condi
tions stiine as iu Match Ko. ft.
Pour ei-.Ii prizes, umnely, 23, 15,10
and 10 pir run of tho net recoipls.
Conditions: Open to all uiarKsmen who
have in ver iniidn a rcroid exceeding 70
per cent at anv meeting of the 11. R. A.;
rounds, ft; dlbtiince,2C0 yards; any mlli
inry lilies iindr llio rules. Ri. trance
fee, CO cents. Kntiics unlimited.
VIII PlfeTOL MATCH.
First prize, one Hmilli & Wesson 8S.
calibre iiicltel p'aied Revolv r, Condi-tIoti-:
Open to all; louuds. 10; dijttinco
lOOfiet. Kii'raneu foe, flO cunts, Kn.
Kntries can bo undo to thp Secretary,
or at tliii gun store of Mrs. Tho. Lack,
at any time before, or nt tho RaDgo on
the ihiy cf the mutch.
Extra guns and cartridges can he ob
tained at the Riiige.
J. II. FISHER,
J, DRODIE, M. D-,
.tin I mil Til.
Hot J IS.
Gumi'iil Biisiiiess Agency.
Sk llwd and Uniklll c Ltbor Futn shed.
RE AL ESTAT ..-FOR SALE.
Prom ics on Judd S i03t. a r h hi hi- i
pien ii. .i j mo. t . Over 'J c e
in x HI ; b .1 s mi I , c n ill
g iumi , an d wiili f u i i-i b t
ci n a ii n In , i! r.i'l b I il g
Promises ncar'Tliomas Square. KiilaoKahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School nnd Fort
streets opposlto tlio Government
U.1.....1 TTn cnx ti !.,...
12 5 feel on dchool stieet ; one 1!. roomed
Lot ol Land in Kullhi Valley, opposite tlio
Tho "Old Cornor," situate on llie east cor
ner of Nuuiiiiu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsncola and Wilder
Avenues, Mikllii, 2 acres moro or less;
may be divhtcd up Uir Miudl home-
To Lei Tint very convculdit and de
birablu cottage: on Merchant street
opgojito liiu Mutual Telepliono Lillld
Ing. Lol, on Rpretanla f tref t, mnuka of Agrl.
culturul UurJen. Ruiu building site.
Filly Acres (mine or less) in lluuiki, cast
of Mmimilun; llnciusif aericulliiral
litiiil; 25 iiuics all together suitable
for the ciiltlviitlon of rice, turn or bti.
minis. All the Decenary buildings;
Artesian Wi 1 , etc.
Lcaso of Fish Pond at Wilklki. A uirc
ipui tunliy lor a pri iliulilo invent
meut. Caltlo Ranch at Knannpali, Maui, suitable
lor a iiitichmnii of limited menus.
Lcaso ol Collago and Lot with large Blnblc
accoinmodniloii, n Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished and dr.
lag a palpable business. Situated b
At tlio foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakea, abevo King street ;
On Hotel, between jSuuouu and
For Lcaso or Salo on Reason
Two Cottagos nnd large lot above Kinnu
t-tieei.on tlio liatiKiii riiucnii wi mu.
Building? new and in good condition.
Ilea 1 1 liy location; t.cautiftil view
Promises now occupied by L. Way, Em.,
Kiihiokiiliua. very'dcjlr.ible resl.
donee, fully nppolnte'd.
AKo, n ncmt building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Collago, out Berctanln
smci, miiktil ol Piinnliou, 2if n.i'es
Iimiu tlio Post Ufllee. Togetlier with
giitimU and nrte-ian well. Tluse
pieinUcs aru fully appoln id and verj
convenient for a large family, nnd are
fuimsliid with scivants' rjunrteis, cai.
nngo Itouso, stables, etc.
One Largo 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
of I'uuelibinvi, ll; miles from tin Post
OHlee, lully sti p.icd wltlt cveiy con
venience lor iuiiiicdlaie occupation.
Splci did location, benuiifol view.
Ono Cottage, w lth laige vaid aceommo
datiiiu, c rncr rf Lil ha and King
fcttceb. Convenient homo for moder
a e fundi, ; live minuted walk from
the Post Oflljo
Ten Acros (moio or les1-) of good asture
hind bitmitt! on the Jovernmcnl road
ill Kulllii two miles from town.
A 5-Room Coltago with kitchen nnd bath,
withtu a halt a mile ol llie 1 ost Oflld .
By a Lady, a nur-c or housekeeper, who
has bad many years experience and
can guainutee satisiactlon.
Dy a Book-kcopor nnd genn'ol business
mail, who "is acquainted witli all
hr inches of mercantile business.
Wnges not an object.
By a Practical Enulneor, who cm give the
boil of lofeiences if ducircd..
By a thorntighly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business lit all
By a man accustomed to plantation work.
who has been munyjears u resident of
By Several Men who w'll make them-
sehei useful in doiiu tho chores in
private Inml ic-i ; ttikingcaieof horses
ami carriages, etc.
Pull par'lculars gl'en with regard to
thu ton going lie-ius on application nt
die Agency. 53
IJY THIS STEAMER
CHARLES J. FISH EL
Has received a full lino Hue of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of-
Linen, Torchon Luces,
Ilibbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go Inspect Mr. Fishol's New Goods I
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Port & Hotel Street
Queen Lilly Hat!
Mu inii 'J'e
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbeil Bkck, Merehaut St.,
For Salo or loaso
Ran ii hem n
' o NuM,ii u Villey
N,i .nm. Vie, ni.j
Fcr Sa o hi u c nnd
mi e , b i . it nr
nam. lent nut i.
lot oi Per la !a
III w (in tall s 'A
lit! In , glllllll (1
. Wi.i.ll be mid
in i miuIIiih , de
La d oil Lil.hi S reel
ah u 5 ncie
c, iiii.iui iimpeily, ii, in 114 u
i-niiv iiiip.i at on i
uecesdiiry to pur.
chase inn tili.glc'lol
To Lot or Lcsso i ft roomid cottage
roruer Alapd and Kinnu Hicelsi Let
lOJfeotx lOOfiet Rent $IOumnnih.
Blacksmith Shop In tho now Rrick
Rulldlngon King strict neai Xutiniu,
reecntly occupied by C. '1. Uiyt.
Opposite Old Station House.
Shop on King Shoot In new brick build
ing near Muuanu, next door to the
Cnincso Kens Co.'s Oillcc.
Two Collages on Punchbowl street between
King Liid Ucietniiia.
Handsomo Residonco on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl stiett, lurge gr mud Willi
out-houses etc. Rent $!0 n inou ii.
Furnished Collage 5 minutes walk from
Post Ulllee Hultublo for single pet son.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO k
authorized to collect mould and Mgn
All kinds of he'p promptly provhKd.
Properties Rented 'and Sold
Custom Houbo Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
ments, &c., Drawn on Short
'i8 Merchant Street. Gl
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
At$l& $1.50 Each
A. M. Hewett.
BOIw Sialloner, Mercl-ait St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETITION-)
will lakep nee on the Rico
Ouuise, and entries for the same aiu In
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published nt a biter da'e), will bo
presented to the successful competitors.
One Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yards R c j lor Youths under 17,
2fi0 yards Ruco for Youths under 17,
100 yards Ruee,
251 y aids Race,
SfOyaids Hurdle Race,
Broad J i nip,
Putting the Shot,
Throw lug tho baso Ball,
Tbreo Legged Race.
The aboie events'aro open to all Ama.
tear A hlctes,
Entrios accompanied by a feo of one
dollar will bo ntelvid by aiyrfthe
m 'rubers of theCiinimilloo named below,
nnd it is requested Unit early entiy be
A T. ATKI.N80N,
J(. O.ll iujn,
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
I uimhou Street called "Kananilo.
bin," tho property of 0. 11. Juddfure for
sale or for leiibo tor a If rm of yetus.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVRIGIlT.
Honolulu. Dec. IS, lifcd. i.'08
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AN
sw crhig to the iiiimo of "Gov
ernor." Any peison found detiilidng
said dog will be prosecuted.
CO 8t W. II. ALDRICII.
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
mmulxaK instCuptaiii G N.Aun
tiong hl Ii ho litis contracted mi his
penonal account while here, bntnono
on necouni of tlio bark "Kaliikaua,"
will ho paid on pi escalation with prcof
at the olllce of.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
'iVhalo Boat, DO feet long, il foot
ileop; H feet wide; 3S (eel buif Bontf;
1 18 feet Smf lioat; 2 Dickul I lunger,
10 feci long, 0 feet II inches wide, 2 Ret
0 inehe deep, with must and snllsall
ofmpleto; 1 3! Icet Sidling Scow, with
mast uud sidlt. all complete, Api lv to.
Bout Builder nnd General Jobber. 61 1
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