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All persons holding ntcr pilvllegcs,
or those paying water rates, arc hereby
notified that the water rates for the term
ending December 31 18S7, will be duo
and pnyablo at tho offlcoof the Honolulu
"Water Works on tho 1st July, 1887.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they arc due will be
Bubjoct to mi additional ten per cent.
Fartlcs paying rates will please pre
Bent their lust receipts.
Oil A3. U.WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu YVuter Works.
Approved : L. AIIOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June S!0th 1887.
BISHOPS Co., bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island;.
Draw Exchange on the
Buult oi Culii'ornlu, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0NQ.
Messrs. N. M. Itothscliild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of .Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstcliurch, and Wellington,
Tho 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 June 8th. 1887. 57
$Jw gjiUjj tt.1k;Un,
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bat eiUUIshed lor the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JUKE 28. 1887.
The town has been all excitement
during the clay over a rumor that
started early in the morning, to the
effect that the Ministry had, at tho
King's request, resigned. It is very
djfllcult to get any reliable informa
tion. It is pretty safe, however, to
say that the rumor is founded on
fact. Of course, tho Ministers will
hold oflice until their successors aro
appointed. The appointment of a
new cabinet is probably found to be
a difficult matter. At all events, at
this hour 3 o'clock r. sr. wo can
not learn that anything difinlto has
been accomplished in this direction.
The sentiment of this commmun
ity,jMrc understand it aright, and
wc think we do,Ts not of that naturo
which can bo satisfied simply by the
dismissal of one set of men nnd the
appointment of another set. Past
experience of this kind of thing has
not had a tendency to inspire con
fidence in the permanent benefit of
any such arrangement. Tho King
has, in the past, appointed and dis
missed cabinet after cabinet at
pleasure, and may do so again. It
cannot be forgotten that His Majesty
has usually been guided by his own
will and whim, and not the wish of
the tax payers and the good of tjie
country. Any ministry that may
have been acceptable to the countrj'
and endeavored to expend the public
revenue for internal development
and improvement, has had short
life. "While, on the other hand,
ministers destitute of principle and
patriotism, and ready to misuse tho
public funds held in trust by thorn
for the fuitlicrauce of tho King's
crack-brained notions and schemes,
have been tenaciously held on to.
We are not in tho humor to accept
any compromise that will allow an
opening for n reproduction in tho
future of what wo have had too
much of in tho pnst. A real, complete,
thorough change, which will exclude
from every official position all dis
honest and incompetent persons and
put in their pluces men of honor,
rectitude and fitness, is what the in
telligence and respectability of tho
country want. Nothing short of this
will satisfy. Moreover, there ;nust
be a positive and undeniable guaran
tee of its continuance. The King
must be prepared to tako his own
proper place, and bo content to
reign without ruling. Wo want
capable responsible Ministers, not
irresponsible clerks. Having ap
pointed these Ministers, tho King
should keep his hands off, and lot
tho work of government to them.
This is one important point, which
tho community should bo prepared
.to insist upon, and wo believe it is.
Gentlemen, don't let yourselves bo
.hoodwinked ajgain by a littlo dcxtor
,ous skullllng. you know your
rights. Demand them to tho full, ,
.and bo content tyHIi no Iialf measures,
jhi-K'.'b'"' 'rll1""Mi;fr'faj '--''"''''
THE HAWAIIAN $2,000,000 LOAN.
Kiriron Bulletin: Presuming on
your vnluablo space, I should liko to
bllbr n few roninrks in reference to
tho Hawaiian Government Loan
Of the $2,000,000 authorized by tbo
Act, there has been raised in Hono
lulu $500,000 nnd in London $1,000,
000, leaving a b.iluneo of $500,000 yet
to bo floated on tho London market.
1 annex a table showing the vniious
appropriations n per Loan Ael and
also the amounts expended according
to tho statement published in tho
92.000,000 1,181,00:1 r,n
Cash In Batik at
Frisco 11".,000 00
Cash In Treasury,
Honolulu 0 17
l'ait loan raised
abouts of cash
not stated by
Part loan not yet
Going into details, wc find that the
Loan was floated in London on the
representations on tho part of Ha
waiian Government ngents thnt out
of tho $2,000,000 to bo raised, $0(55,
000 or i of total Loan was to bo de
voted towards permanent improve
ments and encouragement of immi
gration, but as yet only $1111,020.71
has gone for these objects., It would
be worth while for tho'Eondon bond
holders to appoint a committee to
watch that tjie bnlanco of money un
expended bo spent on improvements
according to the Act, and not flitter
ed away on senseless baubles and
bribes to pulaco favorites.
As regards tho encouragement of
immigration, t)io Government state
that $40.0(J0.51 has been spent under
this heading. Tho amended J.oan
Act was approved on lfith October
last and since that date no immi
grants have been introduced bie
under Government auspices, tho last
arrivals being the Portugue&o who
landed from tho Amana in Septem
ber last, Perhaps tho $10,000 odd
went on nccount of the Amana ship
ment consisting of 251 adults and
237 chiltlicii ; if ho, I want to know
how much was paid for commissions
and to agents and officials of the
Bureau of Immigration and how
much for fares and food of ininii
giants. At this rafo the $150,000 al
lotted for immigration purposes will
only servo fo pay for the introduc
tion of about 500 more adults and a
liko number of childien. Coitainly
it will not help much towards "lloo
For electric lighting $0,359.14 has
been spent. What lias been done in
this line has been confined to the
palace nnd appioaches and front of
Gibsdn's house, whilst Fort and other
main business streets and tho wharves
have been left in total dnikness.
Next conies one of tho most inter
esting pints of tho business, the ex
penses of floating tho loan. Com
mission is njlowed by tho Act at tho
stiir rate of 5 pop cent, and tho
amount stated as paid for tjie $1,500,
000 floated is $20,970, but tlioio is
also another item that must bo
lcckoucd on when calculating tho
expense of tho Loan. This is tho
jhirgo item of $93,000.47 for Sundiy
JJisuurfcOinents and "Cash on mum '
very cunningly slumped together.
As tho Government, liko Gcorgo
Washington, cannot toll a lie, we
will allow that there is some cash m
hand, say the odd $0.47, leaving a
balance pf $93,000 unexplained on
the part of tljo Government. No
nioigin or nllowonco is mado in tho
Loan Act for "Sundry Disburse
ments," to in tho absence of any ex
planation, this $93,000 can only bo
treated as part expense of iloating
tho Loan. $29,070 and $93,000 to
gether make $122,970 or over 8 per
cent on $1,5()Q,000, certainly a tidy
sum to go townitlo swelling some
one's bank account. Whilst tho rate
payers aro bled to tho abovo extent
for bonuses and commissions, abso
lutely nothing has boon done to
wards getting tho inter-island cable,
improving tho sheets and harbor,
and wharves of Honolulu, or tho
toads, bridges and landing of tbo
No explanation is offered by the
Government us to what lias become
of the $200,000 raised in London, but
tho picsent wheicabouts of which
is not given in tho Government state
ment, Rumor says thnt it has gono
towtuds paying for a pleasuio yacht
for the King and liquidating tho ex
penses of tho (Jueon's trip to Europe.
Lastly, u writor in a local news
paper, has done well in pointing out
the bungle pcipctratcd in tho mode
of issuing tho bonds, i, c, if tho Gov
ernment llgurcs aro correct. Calcu
lating tho X Hteiling as equal to $5
instead of doing so at tho present
courso of exchange between tho
States and England, viz.: about
$4.80, menus a loss to Hawaiian rato
payers when t)io $1,500,000 bonds
aro repaid at maturity in London, of
no less tlmn $J2,000. Veiily "Pltin
deiing and blundeiing" are tho chief
fealuicS of our present Government,
and tho sooner it is abolished tho
better for all piutics both nativo and
THE "ELELE" NEWSPAPER.
Ewion I)ui.i.kiik: Tosta lie
blowed! Who is Testa anyhow V
isinco when was he made responsible
or rather lcresponsiblo editor of
Mr. Ilayselden's "Elcle" news-
'"''"wo"".iT - Mium'''''itP.TKi.i,"T;.;i
paper? It U but a few short weeks
since ho breathed hot breath against
Gibson and the King becauso of
their neglect of his personal merits
and claims, and if lie is now con
ducting Hie "Elclo" it is to express
precisely what lie is told to put into
print to influence the natives; Testa
is no more nfrco agent than if he were
a convict, and his masters arc re
sponsible for the atrocious ndvico of
the "Elcle" to sweep tho foreigners
out of the country, that is to mas
sacre thcin and confiscate their pro
perty. This is what the "Elclo ad
vised the Hawaiian people to do, al
though it was not expressed in these
.exact 'words. Inasmuch as the
authorities arc arising and prepar
ing to siioot down nil who oppose
their lawless acts, thcio is great sig
nificance in tho "Elelo's" incitement
to massacre. If the native Hn-
wniinns could be induced to attack
their white friends nnd neighbors,
an excuse would be found for using
the machine guns and Austrian bat
tery upon the doomed whites, to
make n clean sweep of opposition
and suppressed treason. And it is
significant that on the very evening
of the day on which this murderous
advice appeared in the "Elcle," an
attempt was made by a section of
the police, doubtless under instruc
tion, to provoke a riot Iry shadowing
tho British jubilee banqucttcrs nt
dinner, nud subsequently forcing, a
light upon a small section of them
when quietly leaving a gentleman's
private resideneo on Richard street,
close to the Palace wall. Had a
riot ensued it would have been con
struod into an attack upon the Pa
laec in all probability, with con
sequences too fearful to contem
plate. This plan miscarried, thanks
to tho forbearance of the young
gentlemen, but its inception can be
brought so close to some of the Min
istry and tho "Elcle" ring, as to
leave no room to doubt their respon
sibility. A' Haoi.i:.
"TAKE UP THY BED AND WALK."
Editok Buuxtin: That is the
advico the "Elclo" gives Mr. J. T.
Waterliouse by name, and all other
foreigners in the kingdom. "If you
don't liko things as they happen,
get up and dust, and leave Hawaii
for tho Hawaiians." This is all
very well, but how can it be done?
If the foreigners took every thing
with tlicin that belongs to them, tho
country would bo stripped of all its
wealth, fixed and moveable, and the
king and his pooplo would bo left
with their breceli clouts and tabu
sticks. Intelligent Hawaiians un
derstand that Hawaii, as it now
exists, belongs to the foreigners who
mado it what it is, and the natives
enjoy equal advantages with the
foreigners without having contribut
ed a cent of tho expense. When
Hawaii belonged to Hawaiians the
common pooplo were slaves, and the
chiefs waged incessant war with
eaeli other. One hundred stand of
arms and a keg of nails would have
bought the fee simple of any island
in tho group. The cry of "Hawaii
for Hawaiians" is absurd, and they
aio the enemies of the native peo
ple who raise it. Let all live in
peace and amity. I am
FitiF.Ni of thi: Hawaiians.
THE OPIUM STEAL AND THE MARSHAL.
Editor Bcm.v.tw: I notice in
your paper, or one of your contem
poraries, thnt 4,000 tins of opium
hat just passed through the Custom
House and were delivered at the
store of tho Opium licensee on Nitu
anu street. How is this? The Su
premo Court has decided that it is
unlawful to soil opium to anyone
who is in tho habit of using it, and
that a physician prescribing it for
any such person is liable to fine
and withdrawal 'of his licpnsp to
practice. In the face of that deci
sion the law is being violated daily.
Opium is sold by the tin or dozen
tjns in largo or small quantities
to anyone who brings a certificate
from a physician of any nationality
and tho Marshal. The Marshal's
certificates hud his name stamped,
anil were sold in blank, by tho book,
to the licensee or his agents, SI eaeli
being charged under tho regulations
issued by Mr. Aliolo, Minister of
tho Interior, The opium vendor
therefore furnishes tho Marshal's
license. In this way a largo sum of
11101103' has been unlawfully collected
by tho Marshal, half of which was
to bo convoyed into the Treasury.
This should bo inquired into, be
cause since tho decision of the
Supreme Court in question the issu
ance of tho Marshal's liccnso is a
participation in an illegal traffic,
which, in tho case of tho Marshal of
tho Kingdom, becomes a very serious
Tho fact is patent to all that, tho
present Government ignores the
Supromo Court and disregards its
decisions. Tlio "Elclo" newspaper
declared a Bliort tjmo ago, in EngT
lish, thnt the reason for reorganizing
the Supremo Bench was becuuso the
Government had no confidence in it
as previously constituted, thnt is, in
Ciief Justico Judd and Justico Mc
Cnlly and 1'rcstoii. Messrs. Bick
crton and Foinandor wero added to
the Bench, being men in whom tho
King and ills Ministers had confi
dence But these Judges concurred
in tho opium decision referred to,
and yot tho Attornoy-Geuoral per
mits tho Marshal of tho Kingdom
and tho opium licousco with hs
bluff of Ciiiuoso physicians to violato
tho law with impunity, and sell and
distribute a poisonous drug, to wit
opium, by wholesulo and retail. If
it be true that tho King's Chamber
lain has one-third iutorcst in tho
opium license this would explain tho
nintlor to persons familiar with tho
crooked methods of money getting
in high places in this kingdom, but
what will intelligent visitors say
about it? What kind of a report
will they mako abroad regarding the
corruption and infamy df the Gov
ernment, whore such things arc of
daily occurrence? Who will respect
its promises to pay when the Gov
ernment is so conspicuously regard
less of lawful and moral responsibi
lity? If the truth in these matters
had been known in England, tho
Hawaiian Government could not
have borrowed a shilling, and the
fools who lent their money there will
now stand in dread repudiation,
which should bo a trifle compared
with tho infamy tho Executive of
tliis kingdom stands charged with.
A duty devolves upon law respect
ing people, and that to bring lest
cases in this opium business against
the Marshal and tho licensee. Let
the Supremo Court pass upon them,
and the people will take measures
to enforce their decree whether the
King and his Ministers plcascornot.
As tilings now stand the Govern
ment is openly setting the law at de
fiance by the acts of the Marshal
with the connivance of tnc Attorney
PUBLIC TRUST FUNDS IN THE HANDS
Editok IIui.m.tin: Besides the
ceitillcato nionoy and the l'ostolllco
Savings Bunk Deposits theic is still
another "Special Deposit" in tho
hands of Government which the
writer of tho communication under
the above title in your Saturday's
issuo appears to have overlooked.
This is the Japanese Fund, amount
ing at !11 Match, 1880, to no less than
.f28,0!)2.0r. The Auditor-General in
his repot t docs not piofesrs to have
very ilelinifo or clear ideas about this
fund, ho says, "this fund seems to
bo drived fiom a percentage of Jap
anese contract laborers' pay, paid
over to tho Government by special
agreement, and placed on tbo Treas
ury Books in tbo shape of a banking
account, in which I have no author
ity ovpr until suchtimeas it becomes
merged in tho gonorul lcceipts of tho
Tieasirry, and being closed in with
tbo period, cannot be diawn without
legislative authority." Why the
Auditor General should merely"scem"
to know tho souico of this fund and
not ascertain definitely for himself
for what purpose tho money is lodg
ed with Government, is beyond my
ken, and in the statement about
having no authority over tbo money
until it becomes .merged in tho gen
eral lcceipts of the Treasuiy, I beg
to differ from him enliiely. I hold
that tho moment any money is
placed in tbo bauds of the Treasury
ilcpur Uncut and enteicd in the Gov
ernment Books, it becomes the
Auditor-General's duty to watch
over and verify tho pioper expendi
ture of same. How also does the
myhteiious opomtion of being "nicig
ed in tho general icecipts of the
Treasury" tako place? By a simple
transfer entry in tho Treasury Books
as I bhould imagine, or does it ie
quiie the occult help of tho Kahu
nas or versatile Itcgislrur of Convey
ances to efl'ect tho change.
Seriously speaking, it is to bo
hoped that the .Tapaneto Consul is
keeping his wi'utbor eyo open upon
thes.0 savings of lijs poor country
men, and that lie will insist, in the
circumstances now prevailing in ob
taining some tangible security for re
payment of money lodged. If the
Japaneto Government in making
this deposit ate under tho impres
sion that tho money would be readily
forthcoming at any tiino when culled
for, tliey are very much mistaken,
Tho leading financial magnuto of
this country whoso opinion is to bo
depended upon, btuteil in a speech in
tho last Legislature that ho had al
ways voted against the reckless ex
travagance of tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, but it was of no uso, however,
as tho Government was mado up of
ofllco holdj'is who had one hand in
tho Treasury and tho other on tho
Tho condition of tho Japanese
men and women in this country may
tin ii out a very deplorable ouo, whim
they find themselves minus their
wages, and debauched with opium in
tioduccd heio by tho author of tho
"opium nickel." Fuji.
Noiice to Creditors!
PA. BIAS, OP KOIIALA, HAWAII,
t having nuido ati ussigumrnt of nil
lili piupoity to the undersigned for ihc
benefit of his creditors, nil pcibons hav
ing claims against tho snld estuto will
present (he f nine to J. M. SlcUlicsnry, nt
tlio ofllco of 3lr. W. McOIieMicy fc Sons,
'i nnd -It Qucunsticct, Honolulu, with,
.in 15 days. All persons owing tho snld
1. A. UIiip, will ni'iku Inuuedlnlu piiy.
meat, J. M.McOHKSNUV,
Honolulu, Juno 8 1887. 1!1 2w
FOIt SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al BtunniRhip
Will knvo Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday July 5th,
For Freight or Pns?ngii, apply lo
00 WM. a. IRWIN & P0 Agents
I? I VU STALLS FOR IIORSKS, WITH
: wngon sheds ami ham lor Feed,
nnd otucr conveniences. For purtlcu.
lain, npply at this ofllco,
?. liriyluil . i&t&Li&h&Akfe.' .. ,.. jiw.iivii i .j.J .j,i,.-ji i, M. .. .'.(
i r'-f-nV"-1 iwiiiiwiiHiwfiy
Fruit and Potatoes
a.x AuenoN. '
At 10 n.m.,I will tell at Public Auc
tlon at my Salesrooms,
a (iinullly of
California Fruit !
AmiIch, Prni'H. IVurliCH, IMuiiih.
:inriios, AprloolH, mill
Sew 1'otntncN mill OiiIoiih.
Just urilvi'd per S. 8. Australia.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
711 H Auctioneer.
uttAxn ham: of
&o B fc " VGTtf tfl B Ftf Pfc. 2r I
tt Wtsm w u - 111 1k
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29th
At 10 o'clcck, a. in.
I will fell al Public Auction WITitOUT
HKSKHVK ut my Salesroom, corner of
Fort nnd Queun St"., Ilia finest display f
Fiieworlfs over ollered at auction con
Sky Racket, Scroll and Virilcal
Wheels, Flower Pol, Bombs. Hen.
gal Lights, Iliporl Shells, Minis,
Torpedoes, clc, etc.
The nlwvo are of California manufac
ture uiul nin now nnd ficsli.
a 33 it :r oa.hu.
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
12 2t Auctioneer.
I nm Infracted by Mons. Henri Peer,
French Coinnii'sioncr. to hell at nnlille
auction (o'i nccount of Departure) nt
Ills iislilence, on Uerotnei.i strio', ail
Joining Foit street Chinch,
Saturday, July 2
At 10 o'clock n. in.
The whole of Ids Household Furniture
1 PARLOR SET,
Dining Table nnd Clmiis,
SEVERAL BEDROOM SETS,
I'r-nirs, Table ami Rocking Cliulrs,
CliaiidullcM and Lamps,
'Oroelcery autl GluHNwnro
Curtnlui nnd I.iimbrcquli s
Kltol'cn Stove ami Uteri lis,
Ladies' nnd Gent's Saddle?, ito, n'so
One 2-Seated Family Carriage
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
71 lw Auctioneer.
Gr.o. W. ttrI0Ni Post, No. -iq
Post, No. A )
sia, G. A. R
11110 27, 1887.')
UlililllMT U-r UAI.U'UIIMA, I
HoNoi'.ULU, June :
Special Order No. 7.
'J here will be a special meet.
ill!? Of I Ills l'llfil. nl. lli-lllniliil-l n
H King sticei, on Tues nv evening
uiu soiu insu, ai i :ho r. m. a
full attendance Is iPsiicd ns im.
piiitniit business will tic trans
iicliil. lly order of
R. W. LAINB.
J. F. Noiiu:, Post O .nimiind r
Adjutant. 72 2t
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF
tlncedolluivnur sl'aiu will lionuiil
to tho Btuckbohkr'a of Wilder Stcnmshin
Co.. nt their oflice on Tlmixlny June 130,
18-7. S U. RO.-K, ftei'v.
Honolulu Juno 27, 1SS7. 72 4t.
A now lot of
Stetson's Black Silk Dress, and
hut to hnnii.
Just the thing for the
4th of July.
All Hie Boys tin tliem!
Elogant Now Stylish Goods
A YOUNG MAN,
CRIPPLED 11Y RAILWAY ACOI.
dent, wishes a position as watch,
man, or similar light sltuiitiou, Eaqulro
at this ofllco, 7Q ut,
i it i
To ie Boys !
ValuaMe Real Estate!
By ordor of W. O. Parko nnd M. A.
flougahce, guardians of the pioporty of
John Rohollo, late of Wnlolilnu, Ivnu,
Hnwnil, a person of Unbound mind, nut
Ing uuder nullioilty of tbo Supremo
Court, wo w ill sell nt l'ubllo Auction nt
our S ilea Rooms, in Honolulu, on
Wednesday, June 29,
nt 12 noon, tho following dcseiibed
1 All tlioao pieces of Innd hltualo at
paid Wniohlnu, Knu, the same being
a portion ot L. C. A. 10.4G0.
2 All those pieces of land situate at
said Wiiiohiiiu and described In L. 0.
A. 7151 li. ami containing 09 100 acre.
!J All those pieces of Innd situate nt
snld Wuloliluu nnd bolus portion of
L. C. A. 7,0 11 and L. O. A 7,550,01111
containing :ib(M0O acres Timo three
are enclosed Into one Int.
4 All the right, title, and Interest of the
f-atu .1. iciiicito tn a certain lento of
rcconl in liber 07, pages I Oi und 803,
together with the premises thereby
demised, subject to the conditions
therein let forth; nnd also one store
erected on snld premises, the same
being tbo store formerly used by said
.1. llobcllo, and is on lliomnin road in
Wniohlnu ; nit buildings can be re
moved nt expiration of the lenso. The
le ise is for 20 jeais from Nov. fi, 1885,
and ot nil atnual rental of $120, pay
able ipinrtc lly. The nut will ho paid
up to the dav of sale.
The House Lot is where .1 Robcllo oc.
cuplcd ns n mldcucc In Wnlolilnu, lias
n duelling liouso on It which Is!! 1x31 ft ,
nnd has 2 large bedrooms, 2 backrooms,
kitchen, Inrge storcioom and verandah.
There la a Dairy House on one sltlo of
the lot, well built nnd ncnrly new, and
is 20x12 ft.; Is in nil excellent condl
tlon. There Is nlso a largo cistern on
Mcst of tho place U covered with
sliude r,n 1 fruit trees nil in good order.
All Ihe properly is hi a line state, not
having stiU'oied In any w.iy during the
lastcnrlhquikc. Pionrrlycnn easiiy.be
subdivided for reselling. The location
is very healthy nnd cosy of access.
Terms Oath, nnd Deeds nt expense of
purchasers. Title is guaranteed perfect,
ami for further particulars enquire of
W. O. PARKE,
M. A. GONSALVES.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
73 It Auctioneers.
On Thursday, June 30th.
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At the residence of tho Hon W. O
P.irke, we will sell at Public Auction
tho entire Household Furniture, com
prising: .liurcau nnd Sofn Rugs,
Upholstered Purlor Lounge,
Upliolslorcd Easy Chairs,
Large Crntro Rug,
Oval Centre Table,
1 Light Clmndollor,
lilack Hnir Cloth Chairs,
Portion and Cornice Poles,
Elegant Koa Sideboard,
B. W. Bedstcnd,
Toilet Sets, Bagatelle Table,
Koa Extension Table,
Assortment of Sllvcrplatel Ware,
Blnck Walnut Clinlrs,
B. W. Morblo Top Bureaus,
Oik Bedroom Set,
M'lttreSFOs, Mosquito Nets Ward.
Hanging and Bracket Lamps,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
Meat Safe, Refrigerator, Hay Cutler,
Lawn Mower, nnd up assortment of
Ferns, Palm', nnd PpinU, Garden
Stands, Floiycr Pots, Etc ,Ete ,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
C7 0t Aucdonccrs.
Elegant Jewelry !
By ordir of MR. JOHN S. t-PEAR,
mo will sell at Public Auction, at his
store Fort street,
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th,
At '0 o'clock n. ni his
STOCK OF JEWELRY
Ladies' & Gent's Diamond Rings
Gent's Solid Gold Scurf I'luu,
Solid Gold Earrings,
Collar and Slccvo Buttons,
Wallham Gold and Silver Watohes
An ossortment of SOLID SIL
Tea & Table Spoons
Knives, Forks, Nnpkin Rings, Etc.
Eg?" The nbovo articles aro all ginran.
teed, und uiu no Id on account of re
moval, Spcuial accommodatloas for ladles at
tending the sale.
E. 1. ADAMS & Co.
73 7t Auctioneers.
LOST OK MISSOA1UUED.
ON THE OCEANIC Co., WHARF
of May Ulst, on arrival of Austra
lia a huge black leather valise tightly
strapped handle broken and lump cbrd
subs Ituted. Any person delivering
tamo at Paul Ncumuuns ifllcewlllbe
C2 If PAUL NEUMANN,
Mutual Tol. 139
General Business Agency,
Skillod and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Promlsos on Judd Street, at prrsi-ni ocvit
pled by .1. Emineliith. Over 2 iicrci
In cxltntj substantially enolo.ed,
guided, planted with fruit tree. both
lureign and nallvo; durable buildings.
Promlsos noar Thomas Squaro. ICiilaokohua,
now occupied by Livingstone
Building Lot, corner of School und Fort
street', opposite the Government
School House 03 ft. on Fort street.
123 feel on School stieel ; one 2.roomui
Lol of Land In Knllhi Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Cornor," situate on ihe last cor
ner of Nuumiu und Queen streets.
Lol, corner of Pcnsacola and Wilder
Avenues, M'iklUl, 2 acres more or less;
may bo divided up for small home
steads. To Lot That very eonvcnltnt nnd do
slrablo cottage on Merchant. Btreot
op) osito the Mutual Telephone build-
Fifty Acres (more or less) in Iliiutki, cast
of Moanaluaj 14 acres of agricultural
laud; 2i nmes all together suitable
for tlie cultivation of rice, tnro or lm
nnuns. All the necessary buildings;
Artcsinn well, ttc.
Leaso ol Fish Pond nt Wnikiki. A tare
opportunity for a profitable) Invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaannpall, Maui, suitablo
for a ranchman of limited menus.
Leaso of Cottage and Lot with large stable
nccommodatlon, m Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished and do
ing n profitable business. Shunted as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alnkca, above King street;
Oa Hotel, between Nuunuii nnd
For Leaso or Sale on Reason
Two Collagos nnd lnrgo lol nbovo Kinau
street, on the think of Putichb wl hill.
Rulldings new nnd In good condition.
Healthy location ; beautiful iew
Promises noV occupied by L. AVny, Esq..,
Kulaoknhun. A very deslr.iblu resi
dence, fully appointed.
Alo, a vacant building lol adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Largo 2-Story Collago, out Rcrctnnia
street, mnkni of Pumibou, Uj miles
from tho Post Oflice. Together with
grounds and nrtosinn well. These
premises nro fully appoln td and very
convenient for a large family, nnd aio
furnished with servants' quarters, car
ringo house, stables, etc.
Ono Large 2-Story Collago, on the flank of
of Punchbowl, llf miles from the Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience for immedinte occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with largo yard accommo.
datlou, corner of Llllha'and King
streets. Convenient homo for nioder. '
ato family; five mlnutos' walk from
tho Post Ofllco.
Ton Acros (moro or less) of good rasturo
laud situate on tho Government road
ill Knllhi ttvo miles from town.
A 5 -Room Collage with kitchen nnd bath,
within a half a milo of the Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has bad many years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper and gene-nl business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of meieaiitile business.
Wages not an object. '
By a Practical Enjjlneor, who can give the
bc3t of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who lias been many years u resident of
By Several Men who will make them
selves useful in dolqjg tho chores in
prlvato families; taking cam of horses
and carrlugcs, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
the foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMER
lias received a full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Liicch,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go inspect Mr. Fisher's New Goods !
v Leading Millinery House,.
0 . Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU, FIND ANYTHING,
J. nUverlho it in th Daily Bulletin
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