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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Draw Exchange on tho
Sank of Cnlllbrnla, W. XT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland.
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for the
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 07
Fledged to neither Beet tor Party,
Bat establlited lor the benefit of all.
SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 1887.
THE GOVERNMENT LOAN.
The oracle has spoken, and the
public are about as wise regarding
the new 0 per cent loan as they
were before it broke the ominous
silence. "Where is the loan, we
asked, and "echo answers, where?"
The explanation in this morning's
Advertiser leaves everything in
doubt regarding the whereabouts of
the money, but makes the damaging
admission that the loan itself has
not been floated at all, and that the
London syndicato, who have had the
manipulation of the public ctedit of
the Hawaiian Kingdom, havo been
making advances in anticipation of
ultimate realizations. This is what
all well-informed people understood,
despite contrary statements by
Financial Agents and other inter
ested parties. The quotations of
the Hawaiian loan upon the London
Stock Exchange arc evidently
"wash sales" and not bona fide
transactions, aud the suggestively
crooked methods of this loan may
yet become tho subject of investi
gation by a committee of the London
Exclinugc. He this as it may, the
public will read with surprise the
following admission from the Gov
ernment organ :
"The Loan Act, approved Octo
ber 15, 1880, authorized Ilis Maj
esty's Government to borrow 82,
000,000. Of this amount $500,000
was taken up in Honolulu and $1,
500,000, or rather 300,000, were
to bo negotiated for in London;
200,000, or say $1,000,000, was
offered on tho money market of this
great financial center, and more
than ten times the amount was
speedily subscribed for. There
being no bonds ready for issuance
at the time, the subscribers were
not called upon for any payments
beyond a small guarantee percentage
of the aniouut subscribed. How
ever, the financial agents having
. charge of tho transaction have ad
vanced the Government on loan ac
count $800,000, of which the sum
of 8185,000 was remitted to San
Francisco sonic time ago, and the
Government has advices at this
time of an additional remittance of
$315,000 on Government Loan Ac
count." Those who understand anything
about Government loans will recog
nize in the foregoing an admission
of failure, so
far as a popular loan
despite the statement
than ten times the
is nothing to prevent
those who subscribed to the loan in
the first instance, forfeiting their
"small guarantee percentage of the
amount subscribed," and this is
probably what will happen in n
majority of cases when tho real
character of tho transaction becomes
known in London. Hut whether or
no, the lact is now patent to all
that this is a syndicato loan and not
n popular English loan.
There is it appears an unbor
rowed balance of 500,000, of tho
total sum of 2,000,000 authorized
to be raised by tho Loan Act, 1880,
and in the interest of tho public wo
protest most strenuously against
pawning the public credit to any
brokers' syndicate for that amount.
Let at least one-fourth of the loan
bo saved from brokerage and bank
shavings until such thno as tho
Treasury, through the Advertiser
or otherwise, publishes a detailed
statement of tho actual expense of
floating this loan, together with
details of what has become of the
money, receipt of which 1ms been
acknowledged by that paper, and
partially bo by tho Finance Minister
in his ofllclal statement of Treasury
transactions upon to March 31,
It should also be notid here that
tlio statement of receipts on loan
account In to-tlny's Advirtixcr Is
misleading and Incorrect. It read9:
Received from allotments In
Rccelt cd li om London 48.",n00
Received from London 1115,000
As a matter of fa&t no such
nmounts have been received from
London. Of the first item, $185,
000, only $184,500 was received by
the Hawaiian Treasury, tho-balance
ueing disbursed by the llntilc or
California on a telegraph order
from Colonel G. W. Macfarlane,
without reference to tho Govern
ment. The disbursement was for a
lawful purpose, but that docs not
excuse its irregularity. No part of
the second item, $315,000, has been
received from London. It was
similarly dealt with in San Fran
cisco, where a balance of $115,000
remains, and where it is likely to
remain until the London syndicato
havo secured guarantees for its
judicious expenditure. But these
amounts cannot appear as receipts
on loan account in the books of the
Treasury, because no such amounts
And lastly, the loan placed on the
London market, by the syndicate
operating upon Hawaiian credit,
was not the loan authorized by the
Loan Act, approved October 15,
188G, and the transactions under it
are not binding upon the country.
It was a loan, payable principal and
interest in sterling money, in Lon
don, for 200,000, which is not the
equivalent of $1,000,000 in Ameri
can gold coin. The Loan Act calls
for American gold coin of tho pre
sent standard or its equivalent, prin
cipal and interest payable in the
STOP THE MORAL MUD FLOW,
""Wait till the mud flow is over,
and then I will clear off ray land,"
says the Advertiser, and adds, "as
the moral mud flow according to our
simile, will never cease, tho public
men affected b it will find it in vain
to reply, and must let the work of
their lives speak for them." Tho
concluding sentence proclaims n
high and noble sentiment. One
would infer that our public men arc
men of character, of principle, of
putc purpose and unsullied honor.
Now, does any man of ordinary in
telligence, with one month's experi
ence in this city, believe that they
arc so? Can any such a one force
himself to believe it with all his
heart? If so, that man has faith
enough to remove, or cover up, im
mense mountains of corruption.
Our public men, according to
their own organ, must bo a badly
injured lot, abused and aspersed
without cause. How patient, for
bearing, and resigned, too! They
possess these rare christian virtues
in an uncommon degree. They arc
content to let "the work of their
lives speak for them." Wo are
irreverent and incredulous enough
to suspect that their humble sub
mission to hard words and charges
of fraud and villahry results from a
feeling that it is "in vain to reply,"
and this feeling arises from the
knowledge of their inability to dis
prove tho truth of the charges.
Our neighbor would fain have his
readers believe that the accusations
of the independent press arc mud.
A very easy way to get out of tho
dilllculty, and perhaps satisfactory
to the "public men," but not at all
convincing to the rest of us. Not a
journal, English or Hawaiian, pub
lished in this kingdom, wo believe,
except one English and ono Ha
waiian, both owned by the "public
men," makes any attempt whatever
to clear tho accused. Only two or
three weeks ago tho "public men"
had actually and literally to pur
chase the Advertiser in order to
have a public journal to represent
them. And oven this journal, with
all its cool brazen face capabilities
of misrepresentation, has not the
courage to attempt a refutation of
the charges distinctly formulated
by tho independent press. Tho
nearest approach it makes to any
thing of the kind Is the hypocritical
shuttling displayed in the words just
now quoted a poor, weak, miser
Let it not bo forgotten that the
accusations referred to are direct,
positive, unambiguous accusations
not mere intimations. The press
lias distinctly said, not 'insinuated,
that our "public men" not all, but
somo have been guilty, of illegal
and criminal aots which can bo ox
plated by no punishment out of Jail,
and thoso acts havo boon definitely
detailed, with the notorious $71,000
, , .:.. . Arii,rffc.iJtfV?,., -..,., t ,(rv .lx..'.A.. lJHu.HMlSd
opittm bribe, sworn to by the per
sons furnishing the money, the
blntkest lino in the list. These
accusations arc called "a moral mud
flow," but there is no effort to dis
prove them. If they are false, it
should not be hard to prove them
so. Those who havo made them,
were perfectly satis-fled of their truth
befoichaud, or they would never
have been published. Calling a pure
stream of limpid water muddy does
not make it muddy, nor convince
people who can sec for themselves
that it is niiiiUlj. Neither docs de
nominating tho disagreeably truthful
utterances of the Honolulu press "a
moral mud flow" change the fact of
their truth, or alter the belief of the
There is a mud How, no doubt,
and for n long time past wo have
devoted our humble energies to
pointing it out and warning the
country of the imminent danger of
being submerged thereby, with the
hope that the torrent might be
slopped and the land "cleared off."
This mud flow is a horribty disgust
ing thing. Its vile stench is enough
to kill a donkey at long range. It
shocks, disgusts, and nauseates the
sensibilities of all honest men. Its
source is the governing faction.
"Public men" have perpetrated acts
which put decency nnd Jioncsty to
the blush. "The work of their lives
speaks for them," and speaks a lan
guage clear and unmistakable. This .
"woik" isjiift exactly the point of
objection. If tho "work" were good,
wo should extol it and the workers ;
but as it is evil, we arc compelled to
reprobate it in unequivocal terms.
The mud flow of this pernicious
woik is overspreading, and ruining
the land to such an extent, that
thoughtful and observant people
havo become deeply concerned, and
arc exhibiting the greatest anxiety
to stop the flow. Although it seems
in vain to reason with aud attempt
to reform "public men," whose
"political interest makes them de
termined" to pursuo a course of
crookedness "without any scruple
of conscience whatever," yet there
is no doubt of ultimate success in
stopping the mud flow and clearing
off the land. Let the mud cease to
MORE FROM WEBSTER.
Mr. Gibson having opened up
quotations from Webster, we also
would lilcc to quote a little from the
statesman in behalf of property
holders, recommending the same to
the services consideration not par
ticularly of the Government, for the
time for that seems past, but to the
thoughtful nnd honest men of the
Says Wcbster,in his speech on the
15th of December, A. D., 1820,
when speaking upon the Constitu
tion of the State of Massachusetts.
"It seems to mo to be plain that
political power naturally and neces
sarily goes into the hands which
hold the property. In my judgment
therefore a republican form of Gov
ernment rests not nioro on political
constitutions than on those laws
which regulate property.
"If the nature of our institutions
be to found government on property
and that it should look to those
who hold property for its protection,
it is entirely just that property
should have its due weight and con
sideration in political arrangements.
Life and liberty nro no doubt to bo
protected by law ; but property is
also to be protected by law, and is
tho fund out of which the means for
protecting life and liberty are usu
ally furnished. Wc have no ex
perience that teaches us that any
other rights are safe where property
is not safe. It would be monstrous
to give even tho name of Govern
ment to any association in winch tho
rights of property should not be
"It may bo truly aid that Homo
hciself is an cxnmplo of tho mis
chievous inllucnco of the popular
power when disconnected with pro
perty and in a corrupt age. It is
truo Ciusar prostrated her libeity,
but Ciusar found his support within
her very wallsi Those who were
profligate and necessitous, and cap
ablo theroforo of being influenced
by bribes and largesses, out-numbered
and out-voted tho substantial
sober, prudent, and faithful citizens.
Property was in tho hands of ono
description of men, and power in
thoso of another, and the balauco of
tho Constitution was destroyed.
"The English devolution of 1G88
was a revolution in favor of pro
perty, as well as of other rights.
"It was brought about by tho men'
of proporty for their security. And
our own immortal revolution was
undertaken not to shako or plunder
proporty, but to protect it. Tho
nets of which tho country complain
ed were such ns violated rights of
propotty. An Immense majority of
all thoso who had an interest in pro
perty were in favor of tho Revolu
tion, and they carried it through
looking to its results for tho security
of their possessions."
Tho nbovo quotation is very sug-
gestlre, and nover could truor woida
be spoken to illustrate our own posi
tion than those used by Webster,
when he says ns above qifffleci:
"Propei ty was In tho hands of one
ilesciiptlou of men, nnd power in
those of another, and the balance of
the Constitution was destroyed."
The balance of power does not exist
with us. What shall the end be?
V Juno 18 h. n tnc n nil le ween
V lliu Insane AsViUtn null Kiuum.
Imo Seminary, King street, n Ladles'
RIIHNO CLOAK, with velvet fringe.
The Under will he suitably rowntded on
returning (-nine to this nfllce. G5 21
LOST OK STOLEN.
BETWEEN PALAMA, AND THE
Pre3s Publishing Co.'s ofllco nnd
Juno 17th, a tinnll black purse conlnln.
ing iJ20 m Sprrckels & Co.'s Bank Ccrti.
flc.ito, one $5 gold piece, it ticket from
the Press Publishing Co , bearing the
value of a balance of $4 1)0 ns part of
wages duo William McOtirn, and a Pro
missory Nolo for 70 In favor of William
McUurn. Any one returning same to
this olllco will bo suitably lowardcd.
STRAYED Oil STOLEN.
A BLACK MAI IK
with whlto feet; brand
M. C; hid halter on
when last hccii. A suit,
nlilo reward' will bo
given when returned to.
!lt II. W. SCHMIDT.
Rifles I Attention!
Hamilton Onlcr, No. 0.
Companies "A" and "U," Hono
lulu Blue, with all tho ofllcorb
of the liattnlion, will assemble
at tho Aunory at 10 a.m., to
morrow, to take part in the
Victorian Jubilee services nt St.
Faticuounttoiin and waist bells
Gi:o, P. McLkow.
Capt. undAdjt. C5 It
COCK-FOOT, HYi: GBASS ENG
LISH BED CI.OVEIt, COW
rnilE ATTENTION OF ALL INTER.
JL cstcd in impiovlng tlio pasture
lands of the. Islands Is railed to the
nbovo valuable seeds, which wo oiler for
sale in lots to suit iurchutcrs.
Wo havo nhoon hand sample lots of
Whito Clover, English Aisyko, Timo
thy, Hlh Grins, Crested DogV Tail, Tall
Fc'cuo, Italian ltyo Grass and Lucerne
i-cids, which we tiler In small lots for
trial, and will alto rieolvo oiders for
quantities of not les-s than half a ton
weight, and execute vain n with dispatch.
WM. G. IBWIN & CO.
Taro Flour Poi!
New Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On tho Same Principle as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
One pound of Taro Flour cooked this
way will make " pound of haul poi.
Tako tho desired amount of Tmo
Flour, mix U with cold water lu suill
cient (piautilich to make it a thick paste.
Place It in n porct-lnin pot, (and no
othcO on a slow liio, mid hot water
slowly or enough to prevent it hunting.
Keep stirring with a spoon or stick lor
an hour while cooking; then tet it on
another dower the for another hour.
When cooked pi ice It lu n bowl or cuja.
bash uud let it lemaln for 21 hours; then
it ready for use, adding sulllclent
cold witter to make It tho pioper thick,
ncss. If found lumpy, tqiicezo through
n piece nf mosquito netting.
All families desiring clem poi will
do well to give 'laro Flour, prepared
this way, a new trial.
Thoso desiring sour poi must lot it re
inuiu two or llueedays. 05 i!w
LOST OR MISSCARRIED.
ON THE OCEANIC Co., WHABF
of May Mist, on arrival of Austra
Hit a largo black leather valise lightly
snapped bundle broken nnd hemp cord
subltutcd. Any person delivering
Mime at Paul Neumanns cfllcowillbo
suitably row aided.
02 if PAUL NEUMANN.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
Uko place nt tho rooms of tho Chamber
of Commerce In Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8lh next lit 11 it. m.
r7lf Secy. pro. lent
One Black Horse!
Kind anil gentle, perfectly broken to
single nnd double liaincs?, and tnddlc,
perfectly safo for anyone to drive or
One Brown Colt!
Nearly !) years old. Well bioken to
saddle and poifrclly safo, from Imported
slock. Apply to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auctioneer. Corner of Foit and Queen
streets. 01 lw.
On Tuesday, Juno 21 &t
At 2 k 01,
On lh p iml Fotf-M'o t, wo well
p ml '
sc I 1
, Fotf-M-o t,
nunc 'i el on
Lately oQjimio'l by W li Fostei.
B.illilln to le lemove . Terms cnili.
ADAMS & CO.,
Special Sale of
ElegajU Jewelry !
Uy order of Mr. John S. Spear wc will
sell at public aurtinn, at his etoic, Fort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 a. in,,
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
Gent's Solid Gold Scarf Pins,
Solid Gold Ear-rings,
Collar and Sleet o Buttons,
Wallham Gold and Silvor Watches,
An as rortmcut of Solid Silverware,
Ten anil Table Spoons,
Knives, Forks, Napkin Bingp, &c.
Tho aliovo articles arc all guaranteed,
anil arc sold on account of iemov.il.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
01) 2t ALclioneeis
SPECIAL SALE OF
At Auction Liberal Credit to Trade.
I nm Instructed by o largo Impoitlng
Firm to ecll at Public Auction, at my
SalcAmuuiH, coriur of Foil nnd Queen
At 10 o'clock, n. in.
a Inro and well selected Stock of Crock.
Vry, Glass waio and Furniture,
Dinner, Breakfast and Toilet Sets I
Fancy and Common Fl wcr Pots,
Ewti" und Uabiiu, Soup Plates,
Bowls, Jugs, etc., and
Assorted. Crates of Crockery
Cut .mil Pfs&cd TuniLlers,
Wine Gl.is'c, Canities,
Illiimiraiion Cups, Sample Dottles,
nnd Lantern", etc.
Biscuits and Crackers
Snloon, Pilot and Medium Bread,
Fruich Butter, Bluo Mottled Soap,
Excelsior aud Windsor Soap,
Cream of 1'iirtar, Carlonalo of Soda,
Edam Ohets-c, I'ie Fruit?, Soups,
Aborted Suices, Condcnr-cd Milk,
Vinegar Candles, Wath Blue,
Epsom Salts, Hiinyadi.Tam", Cork",
Safety Mntclus Vt rapping Paper,
Buckets Tubs and Basket-'.
Also a choice lot of
Vienna Furniture !
Sufiis ( hairs, etc, Velvet Carpets,
Scn'o'dii Bogs, etc., etc., etc.
1ST Tho go-ds will be on view the
d-i) 1 (.1-1 o the h ilo.
A Few More Left I'or Kale Clienp,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
51 lw Queen Btrect.
Weikiki Beth House!
R. W. CROOKS having taken
M. charguof thuWallUkl Hath House,
begs to iniotm tho public that ho will
tun tho' place as a flrBt-clnss bathing
MBS.CBOOKS will attend toiholady
pations of tho place, and every elloit
will bo made to make It attractive.
FOR SALE !
ONE LABOR LOT, correr Penfiicola
nnd Luiinlilo Sts., which can bo
divided Into two or more building lota.
Enquire of G. "WEST,
Ufil Of West, Dow & Co.
rpo THE CHEDITOBSOFTHEES
X tato of JOHN F. NcLAUUHLlN,
a huukrupt, of Honolulu, take notice:
That tho uiulcrsiguid Assignee of the
Estate of John F. McLaughlin, n ban
krupt, has preparatory to his llnal :ic.
count nnd dividend, submitted his ac
counts as such iiHslgnco and II lu) H'e
8. mo boforo Hon, B. F. Blckciton, Jus.
t ico of (he Supremo Court at his Chnm.
hers, to whom ho tt III apply ut 10 o'clock
a. m., on MONDAY, tho 30th day of
Juno instant, for a eetilenicnt of said
accounts and for a discharge from all
liabilities as such assignee, mid for an
ordor to innko a llnnl dividend.
And that niiy person Interested may
then and thero uppear nnd contest tho
same, W. O.PABKE,
Assignee Estnto of
John F. MoLauglilln.
Honolulu, Juno 18, 1837. CO 4t mtw3
PROG RAM ME
Hawaiian lie Association
To ho held at their Bingo on King St.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'alock, n. m.
GOVEBNOB DOMINIS CUP,
Valued at $100, for tho highest nggre-
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 und a. to
ecomo tho property of tho marksman
winning It three times at regular melt
ings of tho II. B. A.
Won July 0, 18i0, by .1. Brodlc, M. D.
Won Jniiimry 1, 18b7, by Wm. Unger.
I.--TUE BBOD1E MEDAL-
Valued nt $50; also second prlzo of 85 j
third prize 2.G0. Conditions of tho
match: Open to all members of the As
sociation, and members of iho regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Klugdom; to become the properly of
the marksman winning it threo tlnus at
regular meetings ot tho H. B. A.
Distance, 200 yards; rounds, 10; any
military rlllo under tho rules; limited to
ono entry to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, 1E8G, by Wm. Ungcr.
Won July 0, 1880, by C. B. AVil.on.
Won January 1, 1887, by C. B. Wilson.
II. THE ALDEN FBUIT AND TABO
Valued 8100; nlso n second prize of $1;
t'llid prize, $2.00. Conditions: Open to
all comers; to becomo the property of
the marksman winning it threo limes at
regular meetings of tho 11. B. A.; 10
rounds each at tho 400 nnd ftOO yard
langcs; any military rlllo under the
rules; limited to ono entry for each com
petitor. Entrnnco fee, 81.
Won July 5, ISfcO, by J Brolie, M. D.
Won January 1, 18t7, by W. O. King.
HI. II. B. A. TBOPIIY.
Valued at S1C0 Competitors limited to
members of tho Association. Condi
tions: For tho highest aggregate' scoro
at 200 and COO yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rlllc under the
rules; to becomo tho property of the
marksman winning it threo times at
regular meeting ot tho II. B. A. Eu
tranco fee, $1.
Won January 1,1680, by F. J.IIlcgins.
Won July 5, 1880. by J. Brodie M. D.
AVou January 1, 1887, by Win. Ungcr.
IV. ALL-COMEB3' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, uamoly: 25, 15, 10
and 10 per cent, of the net receipts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen; any
mllltaiy rillo under tho rules; 10 rounds;
distance, 2C0 yards. Entrance fee, $1.
V ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to all incrabcis of the Assrcla
tion who have never made a record ex
ceeding 75 per ccut at any regular meet
Ing of tho II. It. A. First prize, u Sil.
vor Medu'j Second prize, ono dozen
Photographs, presented by J, J. Wll
Hams, Esq. Conditions: Bounds, 10;
distance, '.00 arils; any millttry rifle
under tho rule. Enlrutico fee, $1. En
Vl.-ASSOCIATION THIRD CLASS
Open to all members of the Associa
tion who have never mado a record ex.
needing 03 per cent at any regular meet
ing of the II. B. A. Fhst prize, a Sil.
ver medal; Second prize, Woven Cart
ildgo licit and ono hundred Cartridges,
presented by C. II. NIcoll, Esq. Condi
tions same as in Matcli No. 5.
VII. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10
and 10 pir cent of tho net recolpts.
Conditions: Open to all marksmen who
havo never made n record exceeding 70
per cent at any meeting of tho II. B. A.;
rounds, 5; dlstance,2CO yards; any mili
tary rifles under tho nilcs. EutrancO
fee, CO cents. Entries unlimited.
VIII PISTOL MATCH.
First prize, ono Smith & Wesson 38.
callbro nickel plated Bevolver. Condi
tlons: Open to all; rounds, 10; distance
100 feet. Entrance foe, CO cent. En
Entries cati bo mado to tho Secretary,
or at tho gun storo of Mru. Tlios. Lack,
at any tlmo before, or at tho Bango on
the day of the match.
Extra guns ami cartridges can bo ob
tained at tho Biuge.
J. II. FISHER,
J, BRODIE, M. P.,
Hell Tel. BIB. mutual Tvl) 1UO.'
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Untkilhd Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Promises on Judd Stroot, at pr- sent ociu
pied by J. Eiiinieli.th. Over 2 noes
In xiut; siibsianilhlly enclosed,
giaded, p aiiKd with fruti tree- bulb
loieign and native; durable buildings.
Promise noar Thomas Squaro. KulaoKnhua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School und Fort
Btreets, opposite tlio Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort street,
12 i feel on School street; one 2. roomed
Lot ol Land in Kallhi Valley, opposite tho
The "Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsacola and Wilder
Avenues, Muklki, 2 acres more or lcs;
may bo divided up for small home
To Lot That very convenient and tic
slrablo cottage on Merchant street
opposite the Mutuul Telephone build
ing. Fifty Acres (more or less) in llauiki, enst
of Mmmatua; 14 acres nf agricultural
land; 25 acies all together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, turo or ba
nanus. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loaso ol Flth Pond 'at Walklki. A tare
oppoitunity for a picfltuhlo invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaanapall, Miuil.Riiltnblo
for a luuchmau of limited moans.
Lease of Cottage and Lot with large stable
accommodation, m Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Threo Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do
ing a prolltablo business. Situated as
At tho foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakca, above King btrect; N
On Hotel, between Nuuunu and
For Lchbo or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and large lot above Kinau
street, on the Hank of Pitnchb wl hill.
Buildings now and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by L. Wa)', Esq.,
Kulaokuhuu. A very desirable resi
dence, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Large 2-Slory Collage, out Bcrctnnia
slnet, makal of Puuuhou, 2J4 miles
from tlio Post Office. Together with
grounds and artesian well. These
premises are fnlly appoln id and very
convenient for a largo family, nnd are
furnished with servants' quarters, car
riago house, stables, itc.
One Large 2-Story Cottago, on tho flank of
of Punchbowl, miles from the Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
vcnlcnro tor immediate occupation.
Bplcnuui location, bcautliui view.
Ono Cottage, with largo yard accoramo.
dation, corner of LUiha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate familv; live mlnutcj walk from
tho Post Olllco.
Ton Acres (moro or less) of good pasture
land situnto on tho Government road
in Kallhi two miles from town.
A 5-Room Cottago with kitchen and bath,
within u half a mile of the Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many years cxpcrlonco and
can guarantco satisfaction.
By a Book-keoper and gene-al business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business,
WAgcs not an object.
By a Practical Enujneer, who can give tho
best of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been mony yenis a resident of
By Several Men who will make them
selves useful in doing the chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with rogard to
the foregoing items on application at
the Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMEB
Has received n full line line of
In White, Cream and Colored,
A full line of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO I
Go inspect Mr. riBhel'a New Goods !
Leading Millinery Houbo.
Oor. Fort & Hotel Stre?U.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
x adYcrtiso la tho Daily Buuktin,
Queen Lilly Hat