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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange ou tho
Biinlc ol Culllbi'ula, ls5. Jf.
And their agents in
NEW YOFIK, BOSTON, HOMO KOKQ.
Messrs. N, M. TtothscUnrt & Ron, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydnoy,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic.
toria, B. 0 and Pot Hand, Or.
Tranaaot a Gencr".! Kinking Business
Pledged to neither Sett nor Party,
But established for the benefit tftill.
MONDAY, APRIL 2J1, 1SSS.
WORTHY OF IMITATION.
This Hale conntrv has been a
hospitable -asylum to many who
came toil JiSTvftTclersoTnfivcnJur-ers.
and to some of these it lias proven a
mine of Tcealth. In v&rious lines
of enterprise, roth in&ic-ni Scant anil
inexpensive beginnings, men have
risen to affluence, aouie. too, born
upon the soil, have inhentcu wealth.
Our wcathby people, as a rule,
along with the people in general -who
are not in possession of much super
fluous lucre, have earned a leputa
tation for readiness to open their
purses to the calls of the distressed
and needy and to assist any worthy
cause presented to their notice. The
annals of the country also contain
instances of persons of comparative
wealth bequeathing their all for
benevolent purposes, of whom the
late King Lunalilo and the late
PrincessPauahi Bishop, arc the fore
The foregoing is not intended to
mply that our wealthy people have
done or arc doing everything in the
cause of charity and benevolence
which could be asked or expected of
them. Candidly, the majority of
them have done but little, very little
compared with their ability to do.
Lack of opportunity cannot be the
cause, for it is always present. Lack
of thought may be one of the
A wide field is always open for the
exeicise of a benevolent disposition,
in connection with a national misfoi
tune which has made so many un
fortunates the wards f the nation.
The Government has done nobly in
its large appropriations and expen
ditures fiom the public nmtls for the
support and comfoit of these, at the
Branch Hospital at Kakaako and the
Settlement on Molokai. Private
benevolence has done comparatively
little. One instance, however, was
recorded in these columns a few days
ago of a large donation of So, 000
for this cause, from the Hon. C. K.
Bishop a worthy example deserv
ing the imitation of others.
The object of this brief article is
to suggest the idea contained in the
concluding sentence of the last pie
ceding paragraph. The public re
venues can scarcely admit of
larger appropriations in the near
future than during the near past,
but there is much that may be done
by private benevolence to alleviate
the condition of the unfortunates,
supplementary to the work of the
PACIFIC OCEAN NAVIGATION.
In the discussions about the
Nicaragua Canal route it is said by
the U. S. papers that their Pacific
ports are now 13,000 and M,000
miles away from Now 1'ork by way
of Capo Horn. The distances by
the canal will be 4,f00 to 5,500
miles, and here again ie shall gain
a great strido upon Europe, and be
the nearer to San Francisco by
2,500 miles, instead of being that
much further away, as we are now.
Tho natural growth and develop
ment of these Pacific States and
Territories will soon furnish thou
sands of tons of traffic for the canal,
for tho hundreds that exist under
Tho saving in distance by tho
Nicaragua route from New York to
Hongkong will be about 3,000 miles
over any other route except Suez.
Sailing vessels rarely try the Suez
route, because of the calms. By
the Nicaragua route thu sailing con
ditions are unsurpassed. Most of
tho Pacific tralllc wit'i the Orient,
except the tea trade, is by sap. By
the canal route New York will be
2,500 miles nearer than Liverpool
to San Francisco.
Forty years ago Lieut. M. F.
Maury, "the father of the physical
geography of tho sea," wrote the
following to Hon. John A. Rock
well, M. C. :
"Owing to the cottrso of the
winds, tho direction of the current,
and other physical circumstances,
British merchants are ten days' sail
and upwards nearer than wo arc to
all tho markets of the world except
those of the Caribbean Sea and the
Gulf of Mexico. A vessel from the
United Slntes bound for the south
ern hemisphere first sails nearly an
east course until she arrives in the
vicinity of the Azores aud Canary
Islands; she then puts her head
south for tho first time. Now, while
the American vessel is sailing this
loutc, the English vessel that sailed
on the samo day for the same mar
ket has passed those islands and is
far on her way. For the reason
that the Cape du Verde Islnuds arc
some ten or fifteen1 days neater to
England than to America, England
is that much nearer to the southern
hemisphere; for vessels gcneially,
whether from the United Slates or
from England, are iu the habit of
passing by these islands on their
way thither. Cut through this
isthmus, and England will be dis
tanced. Instead, then, of meeting
us in India, China, and on our own
Pacific Coast, with the advantage of
some ten days' sail, or more, the
scales will be turned, and wo shall
have the advantage of some twenty
or thirty days, thus making a
change in ounfavor of thirty or forty
days under canvas.
"Do you doubt, can any one
doubt, as to the effect of a com
munication which would pioducc
such a change as this in the com
mercial position of the two coun
tries? PACIFIC OGEAfl COMMERCE.
In the "Bulletin du Canal Inlci
Occanique," June 1, 188G, the inter
Oceanic trallic over the Isthmus of
Panama is shown to be 1,217,085
tons for 1885, an increase of 2-17, -18?
over 1S82, which last is an in
ciease of 437,408 over 1870. Ac
cording to the IT. S. Bureau of
Statistics the traffic around Cape
Iloin between the Atlantic and Paci
fic ports of the United States
amounted to 1-15,713 tons for the
year ending June 30, 1S87. From
the Atlantic poits tho trade with
foreign countries west of Cape Hoi n
aggregated 7.52,585 tons-. From the
Pacific ports the trade to foreign
countiies east of Cape Horn was
870.841 tons. The shipping that
went in 18SG fiom England, Gei
many, France, Belgium, Holland,
Italy, Spain, around Cape Horn
amonnted to 1,471,309 tons. Biitish
Columbia shows a trade with Europe
of 39,818 tons. This makes at
least 4,225,000 tons that might use
the canal, 2,500,000 of this belong
ing to the United States.
SUPREME G0UHT APRIL TERM.
DOLr., .j., rimsiDixG.
The King vs. "r. S. Luce. Con
spiracy. Ruling upon demurrer to
Conspiracy in this country, is a
statutory offence, and is a malicious
or fraudulent combination for the
purpose of comitting an offence, or
instigating any one thereto or charg
ing any one therewith ; or for the
purpose of doing something which
tends to excite or occasion offense,
or which is obviously and directly
wiongfully injurious to another.
Tho first division of tho descrip
tion, it is conceded, lefers to com
binations for criminal objects, and I
think there can be no doubt that the
last pait refers to injuiies which
might bo tho foundation oi actions
of tort but for which criminal prose
cutions might not lie.
The first and third counts of the
indictment charge a consphaey to
commit statutory offences, and are
therefore covered by tho first part
of tho statutory description, while
tho second count falls within the
It is objected to the first count
that it does not sufficiently dosei ibe
the statutory offence of gross cheat
which is charged therein to he tho
object of the conspiiacy.
There is no question but that the
weight of authority is to tho offect
that in nn indictment for conspiraej'
to commit a statutory offence, the
offence must ' be bet forth with
greater detail than wlieie tho object
of the conspiracy is alleged to be a
common law offence. But I do not
find that it is necessary, parliculaily
wheie no overt acts are averred, to
set forth the particular acts and in
struments by which tho object of
tho conspiracy was intended to lie
accomplished. It is sufficient if the
description of the proposed offence
defines it as a statutory offence,
Commonwealth vs. Hiistnmii et nl. I
Cush. 220, with this modification as
to statutory offenses, the authority
of Rex vs. Gill is still in force.
The first count charges, in effect,
that the defendant did fraudulently
and feloniously conspire with one
A. B. Haley to deprive thu Hawai
inn Government of certain of its
legal revenues, by false pretences
mid with intent to defraud, and to
commit nn offence against the laws
of tho Hawaiian Kingdom, to wit,
the offence of gross cheat. One of
tho statutory definitions of gross
cheat is as follows: "Who
ever shall designedly, by any
false pretence, and with intent
to defraud, obtain fiom an
other any money, goods or other
thing of value, is guilty of a gross
cheat." The false pretence and in
tent to defraud being alleged in the
indictment, it seems to mo that the
offence is sufficiently bi ought within
the statutory description ; tho omis
sion of tho word "dcsisncdly" is
immaterial, because intent to de
fraud implies design.
1 find in the statute of conspiracy
another snppoit to the first count:
one of the instances given in see.
first of the statute, of what matters
and things may be objects of con
spiracy is the following: "To cheat
another by means ol false tokens
and pretences." Now the first
count eleaily alleges a conspiracy to
cheat the Hawaiian Government of
certain of its revenues by false pre
tences. But is argued by counsel for the
defendant that the word "another"
iu the statute of gross cheat, may
not lie held to apply to the Hawaiian
Government. 1 have no difficulty
in holding that it may so apply,
under the atithonty of Chapter 1,
sec. 0 of the Penal Code. The Ha
waiian Government is representa
tive of the public or tho nation and
the words have about the same
technical character as the word
"King" when used as the plaintiff
in public prosecutions in this coun
try or the word "People" as simi
larly used in the United States of
A further objection to the first
count, is that tho removal of the
goods in question without paying
the duties that ucio due on .them,
was not cheating tho Government of
its revenues, as cheating by our
statute is obtaining something by
false pietence, etc., whereas no
revenues weie obtained fiom the
Government, none having been col
lected by it. It seems to mcthat this
is going outside of the count, theie
being no allegation which informs
the Court of the manner in which it
was intended to carry out the cheat
or whether the intention was to dc
piivethe Government of revenues
already in its possession or to pre
vent it from collecting revenues due
A ground of demurrer is made
against tho third count, in that it
states that the defendant conspired
with A. B. Haley, that the defend
ant should commit an offence, and
counsel aiguc that a conspiracy of
two, that one of them should com
mit an offence is not within the
statute. The 4th section of the
statute of conspiiaey recites that
"the act of each party to a con
spiracy, in pursuance thcieof is the
act of all:" which seems to mc to
be a sufficient answer to that point.
A further giound of objection
against the thiul count was that it
should have ben alleged that the
goods in question were to hae been
unlawfully rcmo ed ; but I find that
the statute lias been closely followed
in describing the offense.
It is further argued Jiy counsel
for defendant, that the statute in
question, is only intended to refer
to goods that have been smuggled ;
but the statute is so general in its
statement that it admits oi a very
wide application, and it seems to me
that where paities are charged with
fraudulently and feloniously con
spiring to remove and deal with
dutiable goods upon which no duties
weie paid or were intended to be
paid, there can be no seventy in
construing tho law according to its.
obvious meaning. The exceptional
cases i of erred to by counsel, when
dutiable goods may lie legally re
moved from the Custom House with
out the payment of duties, are pro
perly grounds of defense, if such
The second count charges a con
spiracy to do what is obviously and
directly wrongfully injuiious to the
Hawaiian Government, in depriving
it of certain of its legal revenues,
which aic defined to be duties upon
imported and dutiable goods.
It is urged by defendants counsel
that no ofiense is charged hero be
cause it is not alleged that what was
intended to be done was intended to
bo done unlawfully. Tho answer to
this is, that the statute does not re
quiie such allegation, but sets forth
that a conspiiaey is a "malicious or
fradulent combination," and as tho
count charges a fiadulent combina
tion it is within the statute ; more
over, the second count does not, it
appears to me, intend to cliaigo a
conspiracy to commit an olfcnse but
a conspiracy to do what is wrong
fully injurious to tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment, or as lias been above ex
plained, to commit an injury for
which onlj' a civil action might lie;
according to the latter part of tho
statutory description of oon&pirncy,
tho allegations bring tho count with
in the statute.
. The latter part of the second
count is objected to as vague and
iiideflnito, not showing whether a
statutory offenso is meant or whether
it is merely a carrying out of the
deseiiption of the lirt pint of the
count. It is clear to mo that that it
docs not intend to make a distinct
chuigo from the first pait of tho
count or to chargo conspiiaey to
commit a statutory offense, but that
it is a pari of tho description of the
injury charged in the first part of
It is strongly urged a9 an objec
tion to the whole indictment, that it
chnrges a violation of tho revenues
laws and-thcreforc should allege that
less than six months had elapsed
since the discovery thereof, to givo
jurisdiction. The chargo of con
spiracy against tho defendant which
is the gist of the offense, is cer
tainly not a violation of the revenue
laws, nnd whereas no overt nets are
charged in the indictment as to tho
revenue laws, I cannot sec the appli
cation of this objection.
As to tho objection that the indict
ment docs not agree with the charge
made at the examination for com
mittal, it has not been shown to tho
count what such charge was, and I
do not feel that an issue has been
fairly raised upon that point.
1 confess to having met with dilll
culllcs in the examination of the
various questions which have been
raised bjr counsel for the defense
upon dcmuirer, but I have not been
able to adopt their theories in
regard to the legal character of this
indictment; my natural anxiety
lest 1 may not have done full justice
to the able and exhaustive arguments
of defendants' counsel is materially
allayed by the fact of the opportun
ity given them by the statute for a
rehearing bcfoio the full bench upon
For the reasons above set forth,
the dcmuirer is overruled.
SAxronu B. Doi.u.
April 23, 1888.
lifts j iht ricoivul ex.Austvnlia u cry
h imhoinc assortment of all thu
Latest MSjZflJ) Novelties
In the jliJlinery E.ine, such as
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, a Most Excellent Atsortuiont of
00 direct 1's-om Europe. Im
S ifi o isi JEfoi-yr e9
fort St.. Xcxt Jmcas' 33111.
Shooing-, from $1.50.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Residence: 31 Alaltca iircpt,
x. o. box ios.
( h p, asi.
U King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Movut with Cnre.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering &
CHAIRS TO REWT.
tJem-ral KIiiIii:; Aiicnry nnd For
eign I'.ircclH I'.xih-chm.
Goods, Parools, Baggage, Etc., Eto,,
Forwaided to nud from all parts of
O. O. D, amounts of services collected
in any couniiy.
jes-Tarlirs aliKatcfi on Aiirillrutlnn-co
General Aguits for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN nnd CO.,
00 23 llerchuuthlaet. tf
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN isallvo
JL evening rmiror. CO cents joer month,
Auction Sales by ImIs J. Levey.
On THURSDAY, May 3rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3?.
At the residence of Mr. Henry Bcrgcr,
facing tho Itcoreation Grounds," Maklkl,
I will sell nt Public Auction, the whole
of his lloii'chnhl Furniture nud effects,
consisting of in p.irt:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
8 Extra Larec Brussels Center Bugs,
Small Rugs. Easy Chairs 1 B. "W. Bed
room Set, 1 nearly new Hnndsomo U. W.
Marblo-top Bedroom Set, with Spring
Mutlrcs. Single Bedsteads, Bureaus,
Spring Mattresses, Bod Lounge, Mos
quito Nets, 1 1$. W. Extension Dining
Table, Koa Sldeboaul, AVritlng Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Vuiandn Easy Chniis. Chnndcllcrs and
Lamps, 4 laigc Oil Paintings, Ret'rlgc
ralor, Meat Safe, Churn, Ice Cieam
Frce70r, Crcekiry & Glasst nrc, Matting
& Oil Cloth, No. 1 Wlnthrop IVuiennd
Utenils, Garden Took and llo-mand
lot of Firewood, ttc , etc., etc., etc.
Anil If not disposed of previous to S lie,
1 Largo California Carriage Hor&o,
Sound and gentle suitable for family
use 1 Family Cnniige, Set Harness &
1 Gentle Pony With faddlu & Bridle
suitable for a boy. Also, a oltiiicii lot
N. B. Fieo Bus will Eti'1 iromtho
corner of Fort and Berelaniu ilicuts, at
0:i0 A. jr. sharp, for convenience of
paitlc." attending thu S lie.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
19 1-lt Auctioneer.
Sn SATURDAY, May 12th, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Saloioom, coiner of Queen and
Fort f-tiects, I will fell at
A Quantify f New Enniiture
Office Writing Desks !
Side Boards. Book 'ases,
Heat Safes. Tables,
. TITl, !.
t SB. K
j II JUU.MJ.Ut) UUIj
Being the Goods of Choy Tin, and
seied by T. It. Foster under
u distress of rent.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2 1 Kit Auctioneer.
FIFTH AHHUAL MEETING.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
ltUNXIXG KACE 4 Mile
Fiec for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
HUXNIXG IIAOE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bicd horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TBOTTIXG KAOE-For Hawniian
bied horses only to harness-yMilo
Heats, best 2 in 3.
4th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
Fieo for all.
14 Mile Dash.
5th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING ItACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Fice for
all. All huiseg having a lecord of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
JtUNNIXG HACE 1 Mile Dash.
Open to nil 3-year old Hawaiian
bred hor&es only.
71h R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
HUNNIXG HAOE 1 Mile Dash.
Fieo for all. Winner to beat the 10
coid of ''Angle A," 1:404. To be
run for annually.
Qth HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
HUXNING JIAOE-J Mile Heats,
l)Cbt2u3. Hawaiian hied horses.
Cup to become tho property of the
winner two consecutive ycais.
Olh JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
SwKUi-STAKns TROTTING and
PACING RAOE-Milo Heats, best
2 in a. Free for all hoibes that
have not n neord of 3 minutes or
better to bo driven In Fraler local
caits by members of tho Club.
1 0th LUNAMAKAAIKANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE-! Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bicd horses only.
1 1th PONY RACE.
Open to nil ponlef. H-hands
under, and 3-year older oer.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
Blmro will bo paid to tho hhaio
holder., of thn Inter Ishuid Steam Navi
fiutlon ( o., (Llmitul), at tholr ofiko on
the lb instaut. J. ENA,
IU Jit -.Secretary.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Dally Uullotln CO cts per month.
Auction Sales by James I. Morgan,
On WEDNESDAY, April 25th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. ai.,
At my residence, Nuunnu Avenue,
will c ell ul Public Auction (on account
of icraovnl), Household Furniture, viz:
Cane Lounges & Veranda Chairs
Large Centre Sofa Rugs,
Pendant Hanging Lamps,
BJIiAOK MAIJt MMPUSOFA,
Wicker Rockers, Patent Hookers,
Drawing room Cuitalns & Poles,
1 ISlucU Ifln.li' Olotlt IiOniiKO,
Laro Curtains, 1 Mulo Box,
French Maiblc Clock,
BI larlilii-ti SlWoai'J,
Black Walnut Extension Table. B.
W. Leathci.fcat Chali", Deem ate!
Tea Set, Crockery & Glassware,
1 B. W. M. T. BEDROOM SET,
Sterling Silvers Spoon and Forks
One Pine Bedroom Set,
Mutircft'Cs and Mosquito NeU, 1
Oik (')u'il'oni(rc, 1 Ucliigua'or, 1
One WeNtwood Kune,
Step Ladder, Kitchen Utensils,
Giavaen Hoso, etc., olc, oto.
USa,'" Premises will l!u oncu for iuspec-
tion on TUESDAY, April 21th, tiom U
a. m. to a r. m.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
1)20 Ct Auctioneer.
AVCTIOX SAI.E OF
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
at io o'clock a. ar..
At tho residence of Mr. V. Stegemann,
Kinau stiect, adjoining tho residence of
Hon. W. H. Castle, I will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of departure).
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
- coiiniisrNQ "
Garden Benches and Chairs,
Ferns 4; Decorated Flower Pots,
Vienna liasy Chahs, Vienna bofa,
I Carved B.W. Marblotop C. Table
1 Carpet Plush Patent Rocker,
Lirge. Velvet Center & Sofa Rugs,
Olio UX'JK.IGSJLM? &LA3SO,
(L. Neufeld, Berlin, maker;,
Drav.iugroom Curtains & Pole,
1 Corner Whatnot,
8. Walnut Bookcase & Desk,
Pendant Hanging Lamps, Fancy
Camp Stools, Engravings & Pictures,
Carved B. W. Marblotop Bedroom Set,
Hhttiasses, Mosquito Net, 1 Fieneh
Walnut Wardrobe, I Black Walnut
Waidiobc, 1 Elegant Ji. W. Marble
top Sideboaid, 1 Blnuk Walnut Ex.
tension Table, Diuing-ioom Chans,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Uncle Sam Ring(,
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I California Carrlago Horse,
1 Black Mare, broken to Saddle & Harness,
1 Top Buggy,
Set of Harness, Saddle, Etc., Etc., Etc.
1ST Premises open for inspection on
TUKSDAT, ilay 1st, from 0 o'clock
A. M. to 3 V. M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 93 tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIE undersigned give notice that
X they have been appointed Assignees
of Brown & Co, merchants, of Hono
lulu. All persons having any claims against
tho said Aim whether bi-cuied by mort.
gage or othrrnisc, are no tilled to pre
scut the same to the Assignees, within
three months from April 21Jrd instant.
All persons indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co aie requested to make iimncdinto
payment to Brown & Co. oi the
A. J. GARTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 1838. 23 1m
EXTRA Flue Chocolate Croams
at tho New Candy Factory.
LITTLE Boys and Qirln luy
their Tally at the New Cindy
ITS a fact, tho Creim Candles
nro superior at tho New Candy
f"p RY that remedy for a sweet
X tooth "Butter Scotch" at tho
New Candy Fnctory.
ELITE Ico Cream Parlors U o
place where you can get tho
llni'st loo Cream, Cakes and
Candies. Telephone: No. 338
Mutual, No. Ib2 Bell, 18 lw
G1 BOROE WASHINGTON will lump
T any sailor, or bona.fldc working,
man in tho harbor of Honolulu. One
standing jmijpsj 3 quick jumps j 8 quick
jumps i 1 hour go.asyou.pleasej 1 mile
pull in a shore boat the winner to take
three out of live rontcbts for $50. Any
fair rcforeo will be taken. Answer this
soon, as my timo iu tho navy hns ex.
plied. First come Hist beived. Apply
ou boaid to "Geo. Wabhlngton," U. S. b.
Adams. 20 lw
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Samplo package of tho following Munis
may bo had of Gonsnlves & Oo,
fieo of chnrgo:
(xermea, Eye Meal,
Grannlntcil Out 3Ienl,
Scll-ralsIng Poarled Corn Meal,
" " Buckwheat Flour,
" " Breakfast Cako Meal,
" " Cro.im Graham Flour,
" " Breakfast Whoal,
Cream FSake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del lite Family Flour.
22J Cfenceii Street.
Wiiite Bros.' Port Cement,
Coal Tar; Stocllioli Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOR WAV.E BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
FOIt SAN XTOANOISCO,
Tho now and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu lrom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Rftay 6, 1888.
And ttill leave for tho above port with
mails aud passeugcis on or about that
Kor iieight or passage, having SU
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, annlv
WM. G. IRWIU & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Rflay (O, 6 888,
And will have prompt dhpatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For lreight or passage, having 8TJ
PEUIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Ageata.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched
this Line for Honolulu, io lcavo
JNow xorl; in atl May.
For further information apply to
"W. H. CB0SSMAN & BR0.,
77 & 79 Broad Street-,
CASTLE & C00KE,
Rubbish! Rubbish! Rubbish!
rinHE undersigned having been in tho
X business for tho past 15 months,
aud now being appointed by the Board
if Hcilih as, Hubbish Collector. I
htriby v.ish to thank tho nubile lor
there lilnr.il pnironagc, hoping a con
tinuance f the tame with a moro cz
tuided list of customers. I shall as
herctofoiu luve my rubbish carts go on
laoli strut t uhcui lcquircd three times
each neck, except in very rainy weather
then two times each week. After this
month each cart will carry a hell to
announce its appeiranco on tho street,
that no one will havo an excuse for not
setting out their dht.
CKSrPilces as heretofore; Ordinary
Houso Hubbish and "Yaid Sweepings,
50 cents, 75 cents nnd 91.00 per month,
if put In contalneis.
Tho abovo prices nrranged according
to tho amount of rubbis'i taken away.
Trto Trimmings nnd Horse Litter
will be charged extra.
HorfC, Bullocks, Hogs and Doga will
bo buiied at reasonable rates,
N. P. BUItGEHS.
Anyone kuowing of one who
in icquired to lmve
their rubbish re.
moved, who h not nblo to pay the lax,
if tho paity or paities will let me kuow
I will do their carting free of charge.
00 lm N. F. B.
Australian fail Sornco.