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All persons holding water privileges,
or those paying water rati, are hereby
notified that the wmer rates for the temi
ending December Ml 1SS", will bo due
and payable nt the olllcaof the Honolulu
Water Works on the 1st July, lfcS7.
All such rale remaining uupuld for
fifteen days after they aie due will be
subject to nn additional ten per ecnt.
Parties paying rates will please pre
pent their last receipt.
Sup't. Honolulu Water Winks.
Approved: li. AllOl.O,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. CO lot
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islauit.
Draw Exchange on the
Bnulc ol Cultlornici, ft. XT.
And their agents hi
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commnrelnl Bunk Co., or Sydney,
The Couuiiurciul Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 1). C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a (General Banking Business.
AfESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
JL.Il. Are authorised to collect for the
Honolulu June 8th. 1SS7. 57
Iijp SniJij gjaHdin.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Fart;.
But established lor tho benefit of all,
MONDAY. JUNK 27. 1887.
OUR GOVERNMENT, WHAT IS IT?
Our Government, what is it? We
have a sovereign, four nominally
responsible Cabinet Ministers, ami
three Boards. We have a Legisla
ture, the major portion of which is
elected by tho people and the re
maining portion appointed by the
sovereign. All this looks pretty
well on paper, tmd at a distance
rv--'lias'llie appearance of a moderately
popular and representative govern
ment. J3ut "all things are not what
they seem," and neither is our Gov
ernment. The apparent distribu
tion of power and control is only
apparent, not real. The reality i3,
that everything centers in one man,
whose will and whim arc the sup
reme controlling power.
During the last session of the
Legislature, in one of his speeches,
tho King's Prime Minister said that
"the King was the . larger part of
the Legislature," and truer words
were never spoken. The Minister
might have fcaid also, that the King
was the larger part of the Cabinet,
the larger part of the Boards, and
tho larger part of the entiro Govern
ment. It is a fact. The King has
absolute power, and of late he has
got into the foolish hr.bit of exercis
ing it. lie appoints the Ministers
and the Boards, without the slightest
regard to public sentiment. Ho re
quires them to obey his wish,
whether it bo for the public good or
the public injury. Ti they refuse,
they arc called upon (o step aside
and make room for others more
subservient and more obedient. The
secret of Mr. Gibson's long reten
tion of ofllco is found in his yielding
to his sovereign's wish, no matter
how absurd, how preposterous, or
how hurtful to the nation's best in
terest. Subordinate appointments,
although nominally made by Min
isters and Heads of Departments,
must accord with the King's will.
Often the appointees are his nomi
nees, whoso appointment lie com
mands. Kven the elective portion
of the Legislature engages his uctivo
attention. Unwilling to leuvo the
peoplo'H representatives to the peo
ple's independent choice, he puts
iiis own candidates into tho field,
and uses his utmost influence and
endeavors, to secure their return.
Those elected againut his will, ho
seeks to control after election, The
Legislative Assembly in tho Legis
lature assembled aro not let alono
in tho work of legislation. The
King privately instructs members
what measures to introduce or sup
port and what measures to oppose.
Some of the bills arc in the first
place drafted by him. Tho most
objectionable laws on tho statuto
book emanated from the throne,
notably that miserable caricature of
legislation and shameful Jmtcliery
of the English language kneflva as
tlio Opium Law of 18f3." Tho
King lins absolute powor to veto any
bill which pnnB the homo, nml
inoftMirc objectionnblc to hint which
he fail to kill in the Legislature,
do not fail of his veto when pre
sented for signature. Somo of the
bct and wisest legislation of last
session was rendered useless by the
exercise of this powor. Thus, our
Government is really and practically
government by one man, and that
not a man specially qualified by
natute, education, or experience.
Objectionable as it may be in tills
age of the world and to a free and
enlightened people, to have nny one
man of a nation possessed ol so
much power and invested with such
absolute control, probably but little
complaint would be heard from this
peaceable, unrevolulionary commu
nity, had that power been exercised
in governing wisely and for thu
general good. But no honest man,
however moderate or averse to
complaining, will attempt to justify
the exhibitions of kingly power to
which this country lias been treated
by its monarch. A series of follies,
incongruities, and public injuries
unparalleled in any free country is
presented to view in the recent his
tory of this small kingdom. If ever
power was used for purely scltlsh
purposes by the ruler of a nation, it
has been so used by the ruler of
this country. Take merely the brief
period that has elapsed since the
Legislature adjourned, less than a
year ago, and sec how the taxes of
the people have been expended.
The wails of the palace grounds
have been fctuccoed and the gates
pulled down and re-erected, a war
ship lias been bought and fitted up,
a company of people has been sent
to Knropc, an embassy has been
dispatched to Samoa, an array of
idle army ofllcials has been paid
large salaries, a jubilee has been
celebrated, etc., at considerable
cost to the country. Wc, tho tax
payers, have seen t)icse things, but
what benefit arc they to us? They
arc grateful to the personal feelings
to the King, but they arc hateful to
us. "What has been done for our
benefit? Ifow muuh has been ex
pended in our interest? Wc have
boon ignored and our interests neg
lected. Banlng the water supply,
public works have been almost en
tirely forgotten. We have scarcely
a decent street to walk on.
Therefore, wc aro discontented.
Wc complain, and justly complain.
Wc arc forced to it by the wrong
use of our nioncv. The King has
taken our taxes, which many of us
can ill afford to pay, and diverted
them from their legitimate purposes.
The repeated wrongs inflicted on the
people by this one man absolute
power have produced a deep feel
ing of dissatisfaction. Bitter niur
murings como from many hearts and
lips. Tho King should Know it.
The people aro thoroughly con
vinced that there must be some
division of powor, and as they con
tribute the means of government
they consider themselves justly en
titled to tho principal share of
power. A wise man would sec
"the signs of the times," and
realise that the present sentiment
of this community cannot be trilled
with. Tho Government organ may
prate "as much as it pleases about
there being merely a few "malcon
tents" who arc restless for change
to suit their own personal ends, the
fact remains thai the community is
restless for a change in the intcicsts
of tho public good, and even the
"Advortiscr" will probably be
forced to tho admission that the
rc&tleasni"s is backed by an earnest
determination that cannot be so
THE COST OF GOVERNMENT BOR
ROWING. The JJu,r.iniN has endenrored to
throw light upon the loan transac
tions of the Government, but its
woik was out wholly satisfactory be
causo of tho incompleto and mis
leading statement in the "Adver
tiser" of Juno 18c.Ii. Krom that
statoment, however, wo infer that
only 500,000 of tho loan of JS80
was raised in accordance with law,
and this was at Honolulu, at an cx
of 820,1)70. This exceeds tho legal
limit of f percent commission by
$1,070. A considerable portion of
this half million was simply an ex
change of bonds and did not call
for coin. II should bo explained,
therefore, why and how this very
largo iloni for "expenses floating
loan" appears in the Government
statement of loan expenditure. Of
what do thoso "expenses" consist?
Manifestly some other phargo besides
that of lawful commission has been
tnkau to aaooiint in (his mm, wliloli
nppftnrtxl In (hsTiomury suitomunl,
March 811, 1887.
Wo call upon the Government to
stale through tho "Adveilhior" or
otherwise the prooiso mtturo of these
expenses, and whothor or not there ,
has not been charged to tho loan '
account advances to tho financial
agents of the Government for travel
ling or personal expenses. J f such
advances were made, and if they
arc to charged, the amount must be
restored to the loan whether the
Auditor-General approved or not ;
but inasmuch as the tax-payers will
be called upon to make good this
illegal expenditure tlicy arc entitled
to know the precise amount they
must contribute for wholly unneces
sary personal services.
The sum total of this class of
charges is so much money wasted,
for which Ministers should bo held
responsible personally, because the
law docs not contemplate any such
expenditure. But this is not the
worst feature of the business by any
menus. Through its bungling and
and neglect the Government has
paid 12 percent interest on $;!00,000
for about four months, not to be
pailicular about days, and also 12
percent on $200,000 for live months,
whore it should only have paid (i
percent. This represents a loss to
the Treasury in round figures of
$11,000, if tho statement of time be
measurably exact, and we should
like to know how thai item of waste
will appear in the Treasury accounts.
The transaction is all tho more cen.
surable when it is stated that this
loss to the Treasury was incurred in
an exchange of half a million six
nercent bonds payable in twenty
years for a similar amount of six
percent bonds payable in thirty
Nor does oyen this anioiit repre
sent the waste upon the conversion
of these six percent bonds into
other six percents. The London
Syndicate and financial agents came
in lor their commission of ." percent,
plus 2 percent on the amount of the
bonds at 08, or syndicate rales. The
loan was reported negotiated towards
the close of 1880, but interest is
calculated in mouths from January
1st, 1887, for facility of illustration.
The account may bo stated tjius:
Expense to the countiy in
converting the Hpicckols
(i pur cents .f.lOO.OOO
Into Syndicate (! per cents. ..iCiOO.OOO
Lo.-s on inteiest bv Oovem-
lliont M1V ;; $ H.000
Syndicate CominiEMou, 5 pei-"i-cnl
Shave of 2 peiceut nn bonds, .10,000
Total expense and lot.-- ly 1(1,000
To which must bo added exchange
to San Francisco., cablo messages,
etc. Wo have therefore $20,070
expenses nt Honolulu for negotiat
ing $500,000 of the loan, and
$10,000 at the very least, incidental
to borrowing $500,000 at London to
iccall the Spreckels' bonds and re
place them by other six percents,
making in all $75,070, or nearly 8
percent on one million. When cv
change, etc., are added, tho actual
cost to the Governmcul on the first
million accounted for at the Treas
ury, without counting printing and
preparing bonds, extra clerical as
sistance and other minor expenses,
will be fully eight percent. This is
three percent in excess of the limit
for expenses fixed by law.
We have in tills piesentalion one
result of London syndicate financing
combined with tho bungling incom
petence of the Administration.
When it is stated, however, that tho
Spreckels' bonds might have been
purchased here at Honolulu at a
heavy discount for cai-h, immediately
after the amended Loan Act was
passed, and thai tho offer was re
jected by tho acting financial agent
at that time, the magnitude of the
swindle subsequcdtly perpetrated
upon the public In this single trans
action may bo seen at a glance. A
largo sum might have been saved to
the Government on the bonds them
selves, n3 well as some 1 J, 000, more
or lest, in interest i but the financial
agents of the Government and the
London Syndicate could not have
made $25,000 commission and a
shave of $10,000 on the bonds if
that offer had been accepted. It
was not accepted, tho gentleman
acting as financial agent hero having
no authority to do so. Tho Syndi
cate proceeded to maulpulate these
l)0i)s in tho most leisurely way,
entailing largp additional loss in in- I
teicsl upon tho country.
Tio interest figures arc approxi
mate, but a month's interest one
way or other does not change tho
culpablo method. And wp think
if over a full and aecurnto account
ing is made of this miserable loan
businoM it will be found that the
general roitill, so far as tho country
is concerned, will not vary much
from the foregoing statement. It is
u heavy penalty for the country to
pay for bungling mismanagement.
This is only one limb of the loan,
but the whole may lie judged by the
Unfortunately the Governmcul
docs not tuko the paying and suffer
ing public into its confidence. If
therefore we arc in error in setting
down items of loss and waste it is
to blame. Ae arc compelled to
gropo in the daik for prominent
blocks of financial chinano upon
which to rest and draw conclusions.
Let it bo said by way of final com
ment upon this branch of the offair
that the loan would have been taken
up at par in this city, and guaran
teed immediately after the appioval
of the Loan Act, bill the men who
inlluonccd the King to his own hurt
and that of the country insisted
upon carrying out the original com
pact for public plunder. Hence all
THE TAX RETURNS.
One of the ancient adininstrntive
survivals in this country is the ofllco
of governor. It is provided for by
the Constitution, and certain func
tions sue allowed to it by statue.
The Governor is custodian of the
taxes and is required to make detail
ed returns each year to the Treasury
within a reasonable time. The last
day of December in each year would
be a reasonable time if tho Gover
nors of the respective islands and
their subordinates understood and
did their duty, but as this is not so
the returns are often withheld al
most to-tho beginning of Hie next
following tax year. Hcturns as re
quired b' law have only recently
como in from some of tho islands,
while Hawaii remains a blank. The
taxes have been paid into the Treas
ury in a lump; but without details
of the heads of receipts returns
cannot be compiled as the law re
quires, neither can the Minister of
Finance get the books of his de
partment in order.
This is a very serioun nnd annoy
ing piece of olllcial neglect, and one
which would be followed by suspen
sion from olllco or dismissal, in any
other country. What is wanted is
to abolish tho wholly useless and
expensive olllco of Governor, now
filled, with a single exception, by
incompetent and improper persons,
and simplify the form of local ad
minstration on the Islands. The
Constitution must lie amended be
fore this can bo done, but amended
it should and inii-t be in thai and
other matciial points, or it will some
lino day be abolished by popular
fiat just as it was ordained by Hoyal
fiat. Tho Government, by its gross
irregularities and contempt of law,
lias created a popular feeling and a
reforming spirit which will sparo no
abuse, Among the "rubbish to bo
cleared away before- tho rain falls"
is the Governors olllec -a sinecure,
now filled by persons, some of whom
aro known to be slightly "off color."
THE " ELELE."
We published, on Saturday, a
communication from Mr. Testa, os
tensible editor of the "Klcle" news
paper. Neither lime nor spaco
would admit of a reply in the same
issuo, and lack of space prevents
anything more than a brief notice
in to-day's paper. It is scarcely
necessary to say more than that we
regard that communication simply
as an inspired document. For a
man who is, and has been for years
past, Mr. Gibson's shadow, to say
that that gentleman "does not write,
dictate, or suggest in any way a
single line in the paper," is a little
too big for any sensible man to
swallow. Tho plain fact is, that tho
Prime Minister and his son-in-law
own and control tho "Klcle," and
Mr. Testa and others who do the
writing, endeavor as nearly as pos
sible to reproduce the sentiment ol
tho piopriniors, Tliey succeed
pretty well. No amount of expla
nation and prevaricating talk will
alter tho fact.
DEAN'S BOAT BUILDING
iX SHOP. Hem of Luea' Mill.
-. J1 tf
f7IVH STALLS FOR HOKSBS WITH
J. wngnn hlieds mid b.iiu for Fted,
mul other conveniences. For partleu.
luw, apply at (Id olllco. (i'j 1ml
DA I L Y B ULLET IN S U M MARY
10 coluins. $:! per imumu.
" && ti H jp& & rss
.j i tia a a 'ii' ma u
4TH JULY, 1887!
AT A t CTH).
On WEDNESDAY, JUfiE 29tli
At lOo'chcU, n m.
I will sell at Piililiti Auction WITllOl T
ItKKKKVK !il my Salesroom, rornui of
Fori mill Quei-ii Sis., tho finest display f
KlreworKi ever oll'ercd at auction con.
ROMAN CANDLES !
Sky U'u kett, S'toll and Vulloiil
Wheels Flower l'ot, Humb Hon.
gal Llgbt-", Itrport ShclK Mlue,
Torpedoes, etc, etc.
The above am of California manufac
ture and are now and fresh.
T 13 JXSI fel CASJI.
LEWIS J. LISVI3Y.
?'-2 Jit Auclinneer.
I am ii'slruited by Mono. Hum i F.'cr,
French Coniiin-sloiier, to tell at p I'dle
aiic'ion (on account of I)eptr(ure) at
Ills Kflldeuce, (in Hcrelaiila tuc , ad
Joining Foil Mrcui Church,
At 10 o. lock n. m.
Tim whole of bN Household Furniture
1 PARLOR SET,
DlnitiB Table and Chillis,
SEVERAL BEDROOM SETS,
Chairs, Tahle and Hocking Clinli,
Chandeliers nnd Lamps,
Croclcery nml GS1:innyviii'c
Curtains Mid Lanibu-quics
Kitehen Slovo and Uton lis,
Ladies' and (jenl's Saddle?, it , a'so
One 2-Seatcd Family Carriage
LEWIS ,T. LEVEY,
71 liv Auctlonrcr.
Gr.o. W. OnLo.so Post, No. -15 )
I)i: amm't (' C.M.tioitxiA.U. A. It.. 5
Honolulu, .lime 27, lfc7. )
Special Order No. 7.
'Ihero will ln n special meet.
Ill.r n)' llil.. 1. t- ril 1F.....1
lLL OKhurs-ticui, mi Tuls iiv uw-ntiig
U'llJ"'" "8l11 nis1,1 ilt "''"t1' '" A
t a lull n'l'Midaute Is 1 snciluu lm.
pin taut bu-liie-s will lie trims-
notnl l!t fit. In. ..(
--w.. wj mill if,
r It W. LA INK.
J. F. Noin.i:. ltt V .miiiand r
A ljutant. 7-i 2t
AQUAinTKLY DIVILKN'1) OF
. lliicedolhii-.p'Tst'iirc wi'l bo paid
Co.. at their olllce on Tluusdiiv Jii'ie 10,
1S-7. S U. HO-F,,VctV.
Honolulu Juno i!7, IS37. '1 It.
' A now !ot of
Stetson's Black Silk Dress, and
Jiut to hand.
Just the thing for the
All Uig Boys mtd in!
Elog-ant Now Stylish GoodB
TlT "Rff T !
.yl. mcinerny s.
AVALUAllLi: lli'lLPLXCJ LOT IX
lloiiliilu, 1 1 living a ii'oiitin;u on
KlngMreet of (id feet adjoining iho new
brick Mores occupied bv Chinese, and
belonging to thu estate of the Lit Thos.
Meek. KiKpiIro of J. I. DOWSKTT,
(Jiiccii M.'ect, Honolulu, Juno 111, s".
FOR SALE !
ON 12 LAItOK 1 OT. corner I'emacnln
and Limalilo fcls., which can lie
illvidui inlo two or moio building lots.
Nnipiiioof a. wj:st,
inn I of Wiwt, Dow .t Co.
ONK HOOD SOVXI)
family .Mure; perfectly
safe to drive by Indies
orehihlien. Apply to
At Xo. 70 Queen St.
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
L adveithc it in tho Daily BullLtlv
Saturday, July 2
i ii 1 1
I I 1
To the Boys !
b uesdayi June3.8thy
At lOo'ilotk, n. in ,
Al ibo rHilt'iict) of P. Hughes, Adams
l.'inii, we will wall nt Public Auction the
hnuiiliuld fiuiilluic rouvlillug of
SOFA AMD BUREAU RUGS,
Antlers, L'imbicpiln, LarcCtirtniui,
HntidiiK Lamps, Mirror, 15. W.
Cii-hloned Chulw, Centre ltugs,
Undraw, Monuilo Nets, Table
"tnl lied Linen, Dining Iloom
Furniture. Oil Stove, Jtefrigerator,
Tinware, Crockeiy, Ktc,
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
72 It Auctioneer.
On Thursday, Juno 30th.
At 10 o'clock a. m,
At ihc residence of tho Hon AV. C
P.uke, wo will fell at Public Auction
the entiro Household Furniture, com
prising: Ilureau and Sofa Hugs,
Vpholslcicd Put lor Lounge,
rpholsicieil Kiisy Chairs,
L.irgo Centre Hug,
Oval Oehtre Table,
1 Light Chandelier,
Jilaclc Hair Cloth Chairs.
Porticrs and Cornice Pole?,
Kleg.int Ko.i Sideboard.
11. W. Med st cad,
Toilet Set", Uagiitello Table,
Koa Intension Table,
Assortment of bilvcrplntcl Ware,
lllnck Walnut Chair?,
11. W. Marble Top Uurerus,
Oak Medioom Set,
MallrePfOj, Monuilo Nets Ward.
Hanging and Ikucket Lamps,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
Meat Safe, Itifiigerator, Iliy Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and an ussoitnient ol
Ferns, Palm, and Plants, Garden
Stands, Flower p0ts, Ktc, Ktc ,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
07 9t Alio1 (oncers.
Ladies' Fashionable Hair Dresser and
Al'o Combings made up in the latest
M. les und at
LOWEST P WOES.
Will go to lesidenccs If desired. Apply
at L. ADLEK'S shoe More, No i:i Xmi-
II A VINT.
llPIMl nnnnilltful Ahritmnru .if tlwt
Estate of Ka llui ICa'cpao Nawaielua, a
Company doing business lu AVaibeo
.mini, uaiiKiupi, an persons imicuicil 10
said estate aro hereby notified to pay
the wuii! iinmedialelv to (be undersign,
ed AV. C. PAWCE.
Assignees of (lie Kttatu of
Ka Hui Kalepao Nawiuelui.
Honolulu .luno 25 18i7. 71 -It
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's llo.-pllal Corporation will
lijko place at the rooms of tho Cliamber
of Commerce in Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th next at 11 a. m.
JOHN II. PAT Y.
Ti7 tf Secy. pro. lein
LOST OR MISSOAHIUED.
OX THE OCEANIC Co., AVIl'A'KF
of May aibt, on arrival of Austin,
li.i n huge black leather valiso tightly
snapped handle hrokin and hemp cord
substituted. Any pcison delivering
mine at Paul Neumaiins tllho will bo
(i2if PAUL NEUMANN.
A LAW STUDENT.
ESIRKS A POSITION AS OLKltK
or copyist. A. 1 References.
Address If. A.
P.O. Box 141 70 1 w
A YOUNG MAN.
p RIPPLED BY BAILAVAY ACCL
J dent, wishes a pobltioii as walili.
man, urhiniihu light situation. Enuulru
at this olllec. 7() at.
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
A LOT -10 FEET PltONTACKON
King Mrect, between Bcthil and
Foit. J. K. BROWN & CO.
HARNESS MAKER lias moved to
. . ,,. 7b,.Kl,;K btm;l 'H-'-M to tho
Metropolian Market. o im
Cottnjio to Jlont
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
XX. Low lent; fuiulture at a baigalu.
1'iir paiticulurs cnmiiiotf Jno. Mueoou
Agent, Merchant sticit. 7tf '
,m.A 'HIE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
KHrlSsS ntJ0,"l'ied by tho uudci signed,
Miifflffl Kiikui fatrccl.
0'J H W.C.l'AHKE.
Has received n full liar llur of
In Whito, Cream and Colorod.
A full I nc of
Linen, Torulion Laces,
Jiihboiis, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO!
Go inspect Mr- Fishel's New Goods I
CHAS. J. RSHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Strosts.
Pooled Alps Stock
Bull Calves Irom 10 to 13 months old.
Ilcilor Calves from 10 lo 13 months old.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, June 24, 1837. 70
COCKSFOOT, RYE OIIASS P.NG-
LISII RED CLOVER, COW
rnilK ATTENTION OF ALL INTEK
X eslcd in improving tho pasture
lands of tlui Islands is called to the
above valuable seeds, which wo ofl'er for
sale in lots to suit purchaser.--.
AVc have also on band sample lots of
Whites Clover, Eiilljili.A,.a3l:u, Tlmo
thy, Rib Gras, Cicitcd Dog's Tail, 'JVill
Fe.-cue, ilallnii Rye Grass and Luccrno
seeds, which wo ( Her In small lots for
lilnl, and will also r eoho oulers for
(liiantiiies of not lens than half a ton
weight, and execute same w ith dispatch.
AVM. G. IRWIN & CQ.
ikiki Bath House!
AT R- W. CROOKS having tikeir
lTl chargu of the Waikikl Batli House,
begs to inform the public (ha( ho wilt
urn the place as a flrst-cbtss bathing
MRS. CROOKS will attend to thu lady
patrons of the place, and every effort
will be made to mako It attractive.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale. Boat, 110 feet long, 13 feet
deep; 8 feet wide j 3 22 feet Suif Bouts;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, (J feet 0 inches wide, S I'cct
0 inches deep, with mast and Mills nil
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast nnd sails nil complete. Annlv to.
R. R. RYAN.
Bout Builder and General Jobber. 51 if
A Two-Story Dwelling House
AVitb 8 rooms, lesides kitchen, panlry,
bath room and closet, iiili seivnnls'
loom, and superior lurn and tlabln ac
commodations, situated on Upper Nun-,
mm Avenue, in the most delightful and,
healthy poition ot the subuibs,' Or a
With G looms, besidcb kitchen, pantry fc
store room, and scivants1 rooms; also
barn and stable acconunodnUons.
Tho above houses aro furnished, nml
will bo icndy for occupation In a few
weeks. Iniiul.ru o.f
,.07tf W. AV. HALL.
TO LET OU LEASE.
A A UOUSB, coittaiiilng llo
WK , ,,,s ''vwlM uining roi in,
iisH kitchen und nantrv. ami evcrv
coiivcnienco for a family; ono acre o'f
giounil, well Mi-idcd with algcioba tree?,
hilualcd on Klnau Ktieit, between Alii,
pal and Kiiplolaul its Apply on tho
primlses to Thos. Row ensile, ' 07 1y2
pen Lilly Hat!
LEASE OF LARGE BUSINESS
premises at Kohala, Hawaii, Suit
ablu for store. A good oponlng for a
AVith numerous bed rooms, as there is
a want of a restauiant and rooming
establishment in Koliala, ami by propi r
nianagement would lie a lucnulvo busi
ness, iron A. STOB 12.
It is in the router of tho white and
natlvo population with over i (CO feet of
lloor space and stands on a largo lot
With closo fence, laigo water supply and
every convenience. Rent $10 a months
Lease 15 years to run, will sell at a.
reasonable price, l'liuicularsof.
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