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Sale of Stalls, Honolulu Market.
On MONDAY. Hie 5)th day of
April, 1888, ut li! o'clock noon, will
be sold at Public Auction, at tho
front entrance of Aliiolatii link, the
Stalls ot tho Honolulu Market for a
term of 9i t month, commencing
Wednesday, April 11, 1S88.
Torms The choice of Stalls nnd
Tabled will be sold to (ho highest
Kent Paynblo weekly in ndvnnco
and a failure to pay the rent promptly
will work a forfeiture of the Stall or
Right of possession is non-asfign-able
except with the consent of the
Clerk of tho Market, and is also sub
ject to all rules of the maiket.
The premium on each Stall or
Table is puyable on the fall of the
A plan of the Maiket showing the
Stalls and Tables to be hold and
weekly rents, can bo seen at the
Office of tho Superintendent of
LOHHIN A. THUHSTON,
Minister of the Intciior.
Interior Office, April 5, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
Baiilc oi Culll'oi-iiia, . IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bauk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
rJT 11 3E
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888.
An increase in the number of
lights is the next step in the electric
lighting of Honolulu. Perhaps more
than double the number now in use
would he required to thoroughly
illumine the city and populous bub
nrbs. Vhat we have is a great
boon, and creates the wish to see
their number extended. Whether
the Public Treasury can admit of
any further drafts for light at pre
sent, in view of the many pressing
demands on it for other require
ments, is questionable ; but we have
no doubt the time will come when
it will be capable of bearing the
strain. There is ground for hope,
too, that in the not very distant
future our places of business and
private residences will bo lighted by
electrieitj'. It is the opinion of
some gentlemen who have studied
the subject that the field is sulll
oicntly large to warrant an enter
prise of this nature. Of course,
wo cannot expect the Government
to undertake the service. Lighting
the streets of a city is a public duty,
but to furnish light for people in
their own "castles" is not. The
latter is as distinctly private as the
former is distinctly public, and it is
unreasonable to expect the public
lunds to be used for such a purpose.
No doubt the Government will al
ways be ready to accord every en
couragement to private enterprise
undertaking to furnish the people
with electric light in their houses.
A NEW YORK BANK.
What looks like the iron-railed
door of n cell may bo been just be
yond .the entrance to the Lincoln
Bank,' It is the passage-way to the
vault for money and valuables. The
cell door is always locked, and in
the daytime a man is always in the
vault. Besides the open iron-railing
door there is a set of others of
eteel plates which closo in the pns-eage-way.
The wall is lighted by
gas, and except for a small desk
there is nothing to bo seen in it he
sides steel and iron and copper. The
floors and walls and ceiling are of
ateel four and a half inches thick,
the vault is on tho ground iloor, and
it is believed that if the building
should fall or burned down by fire
tho vaultroom would remain un
harmed and intact. Debris as thick
ns tho layers at Pompeii might fall
upon it, but the vault would fatill bo
thero all right. And tho bank peo
ple think that with a little defense
by guns tho place would be mob-'
proof, too. The room is not much
more than twenty feet square, and
n tall man can touch Its celling with
hia hand. Theru arc 2,600 largo
and small safes built in its walls.
Tlioy rent from 88 to S1000 a year.
People keep bonds, .stocks, mort
gages, deeds, other valuable papers,
and jewels and monoy in them.
When b man tails to cut off his
coupons or look at his papers ho is
Identified by the keeper of the vault,
who stands by him while he unlocks
his compaitment. The man takes
out the tin box and is ushered into
one of a series of little rooms off the
vault. They are about as big as
a Turkish bath tlisroblng-closct, and
contain a desk nnd one or more
chairs. The minute of the arrival
of the man, his name, the box num
ber he opened, and a few other
things are lccorded in a book kept
by the vault-keeper. Tho little
closet ho is shown to is examined to
see that there iB nothing in it except
tlio desk and writing materials and
the chairs. When the man has
clipped his coupons and brings back
his tin box to put in his safe, the
time of his dcpartuic is recorded,
and the closet he occupied is in
spected to see that he left nothing
valuable behind. Some of the rich
men come to look at their papers
only once in a month or two. Others
go there once in the morning, when
the' are going down town to their
offices, and then stop there again in
the afternoon when returning home.
These are the men who leave there
whatever extra actual money thoy
have from day to day. But gold
and silver and treasury notes arc
not largely left in the vault. The
contents of the boxes arc chielly the
papers representing money. How
ever, at tho time of the Grant &
Ward failure plenty of people got
frightened and brought big lolls of
bills from down-town bnnks and
stuffed them into their compartment'-.
Lots of nienwho don't rent
boxes permanently did hue them
then for short periods. Many of
the safes are used by trustees of
estates. These safes cannot be
opened uy one person, lor as
many trustees as there are there are
as many keys, and whenever the
safe has to be unlocked all the trus
tees have to come. Each one per
forms a different service in opening
the lock. The keeper will insert his
key, twist it, and thus prcpaie the
lock for the insertion of Trustee A's
key. Trustee A's key is put in by
him and turned,, and this makes it
ready for the key of Trustee 13. At
last the bolts are turned, and the
door may be opened. This mechani
cal device has to be resoited to in
order that no single trustee may get
access by himself alone to the papers
of the estate. N. Y. Sun.
OF THESE DELICIOUS
EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH
TIie3c extremely fine Buns will he rccdy
and for sale at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory & Bakery, at noon
On SATURDAY, April 7th, '88.
Ilaving already u veiy large numher of
orders for tlicm I wiH'ecII them ns low us
50 Cents per Bozen
Although they will exceed tho fine
quality of uiv so much appreciated
Hot Cross Buns by 100 per cent
EST Please don't send orders later
than 0 o'clock r. .v., THIS DAY.
Practical Confectioner. Pastry Cook &
Ornunicntei. Hotel bet. Nutiunu
911 and Fort street.. tf
TWO nltoly emluoidrred Genl'sSliirU
were lost on Saturday evening on
the E side of the biiilgo Tho Under
will confer a flavor by leaving them ut
the "Elclu" otllce, King Mru.l. ail lit
BETWEEN the Chinese Church
and Fort Stiect School, a
EitniU STEM WINDING ML.
VEK WATOII, mmll Gold Chain with
Hall nt end. The Under will bn ie.
warded on ictuniliiii snno to ihi oillce.
rpO the Creditor of thu IMaie r,f
J- James W Kith'iloanit ot Walloon,
Kiiuni, a llunUrupt, tnUe uoilee.
That the unilei.signed, Assignee of
the KstHle ot Jnmcs W. Knhileanu, a
U.uikrupt, has prepaiatory to his final
account and diWih'iid Hibmillctl hi uc.
counts us fciieh Uhsigut'o mid filed the
Biuno before Hon. A. F, J mid, Ohltf
Justice of the Supitino Couit, at his
Chumhcrti, to vthom he will apply ut 10
o'clock a. i. on MONDAY, tho Hth duy
of April next, for settlement of said ae.
counts and for a discliuigc fiom nil
liability as filth assignee anil for an
ordei to mako a Iliml dividend.
And that any person lnteristcd may
then and there appear ami contest the
same. W. C PAlilCE,
Assignee Estate of Jninci W. Kaha
leunu. Honolulu, March 1)1, 1888. Wi 3t
WALKER & REDWAED,
Contruotorri t XSiiIUIovh.
Brick, Slono nnd Wooden Iltiildingsj ce.
timntes given. Jobblngpromptlv at
tended to. 10 King btrLCt. JJeJl Tele
phone No. 2. p. O, Box, 423. ap 5-ly
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
By order of Mr. W. G. Ashley I will
soil at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, April 12th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
In tho Mutual Telephono Co.'a Building,
coiner of Alnkea and Merchant Sts,,
His Entire Housoh'd Furniture,
Marble-top Oak Bedroom Set,
Spilng Mattrasscs, Feather Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Child's Crib',
1 Oak Chefforoiere,
Lnro Curtains fc Cornices,
B. Walnut Secretary,
Iiiigc Onlei Ktti;s, Sofa Hugs,
Black Walnut Suloboanl,
HoMstert Meat Rocker,
Wicker Kockors & Chalis.
HouJ.paintcil Vane & Flower Stands,
3-Hght Cliandoller, Library Lamps,
Pictures ami 1'Icturu Frames.
Large Asioitment of
Crockery & Glassware, Sil. PI. Ware,
1 Unclo S.im linage, Kitchen Uten
sils ami Agate Waie,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Patent Sink,
50 ft Gmlen llosn, etc., etc.,-
ESpTho above furniture his been re.
moved to thu Mutual Telephone Co.'s
Building, foi eonvuniiucc (it sale mid
will he on exhibition on WJSD.nES
1) VY, Apiil Hth, Ironi ') a. h. to 3 i-. m.
JAS. P. M ORG AX,
Hi a dies' Nurse
C2T No SI Bcretnnia Street, -n
NUUANU c STREET.
(Opposite Queen Emma Hullo
Thu Best Lunch served In this City,
with eveiy luxuiy procurable
in tho Market.
010 JAPANESE KINTAllO CO. lit
ITU1E undersigned having received ex.
JL Australia a shipment of Counter
b phous of an impiocii tpc, aie now
pnpaielto supply enloovs ami others
with Plain Soda, Ginger Ale nnd Tahiti
Ltinonndi) put up in this convenient
foini, iv low rates.
J. E ltltOWN & CO.,
Propiictnis Tahiti Lemonade Works,
28 Meichant Street 09 1m
A FIRST-CLASS SAFE, OHEAI
Apply at thU office.
BY a joung Chiuamnn, us Copyist,
Intel prefer or Ttanscriber in u
lawyeis otllce. Inquire of Ahlo, No 8.r
Nuuanu btreet. 100 Iv,
aO exchange a No. 1 Piano for a
. Hori-c and Phaeton, or foi a Hoisc
Inquire ut this office.
rNE St'ihlo and
J Inqulio nt tin
FOR SAN EJtANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will lrao Honolulu for the above
Monday, April 9th,
For Eielght or Passage, apply to
WM, G. IRWIN & CO,, Agents.
rpiIE undersigned hiving been ap.
X pointed Assigncu of tho Estate
of E. W. Lnine, bankrupt, i (.quests
all persons who have claims agnhibt the
istntc ot eald It. W. Luine, becured or
other wihe, to pietcut the Bamu duly
sworn to, ami nil persons indebted to
said Estate me icqutUed to make humu.
liluto payment to
a. j. oAimvmuiiT.
Audaneo of llio Estuto of R. W.
Honolulu, March IBth. 1688. Olilw
f K beg to lotimato thut Mr, W. L.
Vt Orecn who Jm hitlieitu, with
Mr. G, W. Macfarluno, conduced our
agency heic, retires fiom tho sumo ns
on lbt .Innuiiry, 1848.
Mr. O. W. Macfailane, assisted hy
Mr. llohcit Cntton, will continue to
rent cheat our Hi in liore.
MIRHLEBrf, WATrON As CO,
Honolulu, 2Jrd Pebruaiy, 1888.
MISS. P. TI1IELE,
On Uerctauia street near Pilkol.
(Formerly McGalro's House,)
Klndorgarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
AIbo, French and German taught, and
Music Lesion given.
A safe conveyance -will call for and re.
turn children living nt a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 601. bm.
PITT & SCOTT'S
ticiteml Shipping Agency ntul Tor
elEn l'nrcolB Kxprces.
Goods, Parools, Baggage, Etc., Etc,
Forwarded to and frnm all pal Is of
C. O. D. amounts of services collected
In any countrv.
K7-Tntino of Union on Appllcatlon-CO
General Agents for Hawaiian IbUmIb,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 23 Merchant Street. tf
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
We are glml to know dint an intelligent
commuiillj appreciate ami patronize
an institution, that has FIltST,
ghen particularly brilliant
We htrte cxMud, and by tho PEOPLE'S
VOTE Wis desire to ovist. Drive after
drive have we given, and thousand upon
thousand high priced GOODS have
llouted out to the populnci, at
compaiatively SMALL COST.
LONG LIVE THE
Bargain Sales I
Bargain Sales !
So SayH the People.
This Week wo continue our SPECIAL
CHEAP SALE. Kvcry Article
is Muikcd Down.
Our $4 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $2 00
Our $3 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $3 00
Our $6 00 Jerseys will be sold for 4 25
Our $8 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $5 00
Special HSnt'ii'aiiis in
Mums, Bats, Laces
Black, Cream & White Brocaded
CWe offer UiUiaordinaiy Bargains
in Odd Lots, Remnants and Odds and
Ghas. J. Fishel,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts.
(TlllIOXI.V 31UMAUI.K ItLOOl) l'lIllll'll'.U)
A MpeciJie for
Hcroluln, Halt Itlieiini,
Xi'iiralcln, ftlnti Woriu,
And all other Skin and Blood Diseases.
It Regulates thu
LIVER AJTD KIDNEYS,
Cuiei IndlKCttlon, and nil Diseases
arising from un cnleoblcil eon.
ditlou of tho system.
Dr. Mnrtlue, of London, the celehrated
ppeclalist. FiiV8 of PARDEE'S REMEDY :
" f liavo used it for twenty years for
Iilooil DIsetiBes, hitch as scrofula, Suit
Rhuim, Ttter and Cancer, and I cannot
iccommeiid it too highly.''
'I ho Rev, Dr Thonus. of Hone: ICotig,
China, Buys: "PARDEE'S REMEDY in a
H-otidcifiil incdlcluo for the hlooij. I
hae prescribed It hundreds of times for
leprosy, and, when given in time It al
ways cured the patient. 1 can fately tay
that Jeitosy will never lircnk out on per.
fconn who mko I'aulfo's Remedy regit,
lull), mid I uilviso all pcrsoi9 ltlng in
ccuuirlcB where leprosy is jiiLV.iUntlu
tako Pitrdec'it Rcmtdy (.s a preventho."
For Sale by all Druugists n Honolulu.
40 columns. 3 per suuuin.
1 i,':?ih $0i!KKnh
Hfi9 just received cx-Australii a vory
li mdsotno assortment of all tho
In tho JUHncry JLlne, such as
its, mom; Mtta,
Ornaments, &c, &o.
Also, a Most Escellont Assortment of
2? 3i TtT BJC 3EJ S
09 Direct from Ihiropc. 1m
While the bridge at Wniklkl is
being Tcconstiuctcd, one hide of it
only will bo open to traffic. Pioplo
are cautioned to drive carefully
over it, and to lcfrahi from carry,
ing heavy loads.
II. P. IIEOHA11D,
B07 tf Ronil 8upoilsor.
Wliite Bros: Port Cement
Ceal Tar, Stocliloi Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
von mau: MY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have Just Received
Per Bark " Deutschland,"
An Assorted Cargo of
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
Which they offer to the trade
At Lowest Market Kate.
SHIP FOR SALE!
Now discharging a enrco of general
nii'rchauilUe from New York, is
ofl'cicd for sale. Vessel ratesfi.0 1j.il
in Btirciu Veritas or A1J in American
Rccoid; is 717 tons Register, andean
carry 1,100 loni; tons of coil. Vessel is
in good condition, and -well furnished
For further' particulars apply to Cap
tain Freeman, on hoard, or to
CASTLE & COOKE,
Cooked Tarn Flour !
Tho New Process to mako the Best
of Foi with hardly any
THE Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Com.
puny of Wuiluku, Maui, Mill ho
prepared to supply tho public of Hono.
lulu and the other Island, on the 2nd
day of Apiil, 1888, with a new prcpara.
Hon of T.uo Flour culled COOKKD
TARO FLOUR. This article is fur
Mipciior to tho old raw Taio Flour.
This ititU'lo is nl reaily cooked and it ie.
quires luirdly any work to mako tho
best of Poi anil other receipts, hy add
ing Cooked Tuio Flour to boiling hot
water like preparing coin meal your
Pol ii made ui once. Those doming
bour Foi 111 hive to let it stand 24
hours. If too thin or sour add fresh
paste of Cooked Titto Flour, Our re.
eelpts with each bags will give full pur.
ticu'nrs. If our directions with each
bag are stnetly followed It will not
fail to make the plenum and befet of
Foi. TJils now proces.3 of Cooked Taro
Flour Is niudo by machinery to there
rnnnot bo any dii lines or Jilthlnets in
this way of making l'ol. All grocery
stoics will be furnished with Cooked
Taro Flour on tho above date. Our re.
tail price-per 5 lb. bag will bo 40 cents
per Bag in Honolulu. Any ovtr-churgc
will bo lefundeil hy notifying W. li.
Ciiminiugs, Reli Telephone No. 323. All
oulers from tho other Ihlands cau bo
(Hied by. fending youroidoi to
W. H. DANIELS, Manager,
W, H, OUMMINGS, Agent,
JBSyThe Company 1 prepared if to
deslieil tobupply htiid Pol, not includ
ing lots of vtuter, hi one or more barrels
or bag loto, nt lowest possiblo prices,
ie m "Mystic Belle,"
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McINERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant" Streets,
IS IreW MM
Wkoro will bo found an Elognnt Display ot Goods of Buch
gradoB, aB thiB cornor lias been always noted for.
Entire New Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mc-
Iueruy now East. Among my very General
Stock will be found
Ladies', Misses' & Childrens'
Kid Button Boots ana
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Peb. & St. Gout But. Boots,
" " " Dpngoltt. Kid Button Boots,
" " " Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles,
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervests,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
Men's Milk Undershirts & Drawers,
Perforated bilk Undershirts,
Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
"White and Red Shaker Flannel Undershirts
Anglo-India Gauze &
Bo3T's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
Men's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant 3STeck Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Riding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style & Staie ii Men's Hats & Boy's Straw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads-
Gold and Silver.
gjjjcswalwsyig BiMl'Prla -maraSaflj
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
Yery Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, Well-Cut, Carefully
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand. Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
CMcb Perfumes ant Oilier Toilet Articles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
4, Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine), which every traveler ought to
Toe Usual Flee Stock of Lais' Ms & Boy's
GOLD & SILVER
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted Q25 Pjno.
E2TN. B, No Plated goods Sold in this EstabliBhment,-a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the same at the !New Pre
mises. The Clerks will be found ready and willing to cour
teously attend tp all ladjes and gentlemen visiting thjs
Honolulu, March 9; 1888, . " 80 lm