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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw KscUanno on tlio
Bauk ol Culironiiii, W. IT.
And their ngcntH in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. K M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tlio Commoroial Hank Co., or Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hunk Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Hank of New 'Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurolt, nnd Wellington,
Tlio Bauk of British Columliin, Vic
toria, R. C, and Pnitlond, Or.
Transact a General Unnkltxr Business
Rfi'i 1 y
"F YOU WANT A SERVANT,
s. idviTliso in the Ham v Hm.t.KTiM.
Pledged to veil tier Srtt 1101 Polly,
But eslallisltcd foi the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1888.
LET US CROW OUR OWN HAY.
A sample wheat stalk brought to
this oiliee indicates what might be
done on the islands in tho way of
raising our own liny supply. Thib
sample came from the district of
"Waialua, on this island, and was
grown by Mr. J. 11. Robertson. We
are assuied that this paiticular sialic
about lepresents the average of the
. Held. It nicasmes nearly tluec feet
six inches in height, with the grain
just solidifying in the ear, just
about the stage for cutting as hay.
Cattle and horse fodder, of which
hay forms a considerable part, is
one of our important imports. If
we can raise hay of good quality at
home and at a cost that will enable
us to compete with the imported ar
ticle, why should we not do it?
Raising hay and raising grain are
widely different. Where attempts
at the latter may utterly fail, efforts
for tho former may thoroughly suc
ceed. More moisture, or moisture
longer continued, is necessary for
the production o'f a crop of grain
than for a crop of hay. Distiicls
where the rainfall is light and oicli
narily inbiUlicicnt to bring wheat,
barley, or oats to maturity, might
have enough rain to ad ancc them
to a proper stage for making hay.
We arc aware of no reason why
this country should not produce ex
cellent wheatcn hay, and in abund
ance. Considerable land on this
island not cultivated for want of
water might be used for that pur
pose. By sowing not too late in the
rainy season, we venture the opinion
that there is not a district on the
island where there is an insufficiency
of moisture, in ordinary years, to
produce a crop of wheatcn hay.
THE BUMBLE BEE PEST.
Enrroii Buluktin: I wish to
know if there is any simple way to
get rid of Bumble bees. They are
a pest, and lately have come in large
numbers, and in my distress I desire
to leain the best way to prevent
They do not appear to attack lum
ber that is newly painted, nor do
they harm wood that is well sanded ;
hut it js very expensive to paint
often, and sanding is expensive.
Besides many do not like to have
their houses sanded.
If any one knows of an effective
means to destroy them, or any way
to prevent their ravages, other
than by painting or sanding, a public
benefit would be conferred by mak
ing it generally known.
TO THE VOLCANO.
The going fioin Honolulu to Ililo,
to one of a poetic nature, is like tho
transition from the fresh and beauti
ful spring, to the rich and glorious
summer. The little city arrayed
in all her tropical loveliness, lay
bathed in the mellow smile of tho
dying sun. It looked liko a verit
able Paradise, so quiet and bo in
viting, and so cool and refieshing in
the shade of its tangled foliage, and
groves of gigantic cocoa-nut trees,
that in majestic giandeur stood
out in bold relief against the blue
and flecky sky. With towering
majesty Mauna Loa, crowned with
its coionet of eternal snow, stood
liko a giant sentinel, seemingly to
guard and piotect tho little city that
like a blushing rosebud nestled so
confidingly at its feet. It seemed
as though natuie in her work of
decoration, lavished the choicest of
her treasures upon this Island City,
as though in compensation for the
lonely life it followed here in the
middle of tho great Pacific Ocean.
Our ship had taken a run to ililo,
in order to give an opportunity of
visiting tho great burning lake Ki
lauea of which we had read and
heard so much. So wo proposed,
arranged and prepared to make on
foot tho 32 miles of rugged assent.
Our party consisted of a handful of
flinty hearted marines, in semi
lieavy marching order minus arms
under the fostering care of our
couiuiniuliug o (liccr, uu exhaustless
pedestrian. Wo were closely fol
lowed by a pack mule, whose patient
blinking eyes, occasionally would
brighten up as though n Imppy
thought had penetrated into its
thick skull, ft thought, no doubt sug
gesting the instant unshipping of
tho heavy load itcmied, a load that
at ociy dcp bent its gnarled knees
after the fashion of those of l'athcr
Time we see on New Year's catds.
With blithsomc hearts mid eaicloss
tongues wo began our inarch, jaunt
ly carrying the well-packed knap
sack1, that ere the day was half
old were destined to become such
close and irksome companions.
With laughter and free and easy
steps v.e left the city behind us, and
began in earnest the toil of our sclf
iniposed task. Mile after mile so
quickly measured the distance of our
march, that wo began laughing to
derision the thought of tire. Miles
passed, through patches of tangled
woods, over hills and levels of lava
and pumice stone, with barren and
uninviting scenes on cither hand,
occasionally inteispeised with a ba
nana gro i' or a cocoa-nut plantation,
and beneath a tiopical sun, the in
tensity or whose lays blisteied the
skin. As we appioached the edge
of evening, the quick and easy step
assumed on the outset, seemed to
lose its spring and jaunt, and the
merry laughter grew laboied. The
miles seemed to stretch themselves
into incalculable lengths, and grow
weary O! so weary and on the
"shining morning face" of more
than one of the party, rested a look
of such litter despair, that suggest
ed those of ciiminals after the in
quisition's torture. Wo slowly
crept on now like lambs unwillingly
led to the sacrifice by the hands of
a lclentless executioner.
Soon the day was lost in the sha
dows of night, and a little breeze
came out ot the caves, where it had
slept all day, and softly kissed our
cheeks. We now concluded to make
camp. The joy that filled the
hearts of the Israelites when they
beheld the promised land, was but
slight when compared with that of
we sturdy marines when the word
was passed. Tlicie were some that
diopped where they stood, and slept
nor thought nor reckoned, that sup
per was to be prepared, and the tent
to be pitched they knew nothing,
wanted nothing, but sleep. Some
in whoso hearts humanity still lin
gcied, nerved themselves and with
snnil-like alacrity, unpacked the
mule, and made some show of sup
per. Hut ere the night had full set
tled down they too slept the sleep of
the weary, and snored the notes of
the brave :
"Like the leaes of Hie
f oi est when
hummer is gieen
U'hotc nr.u iuc with their knapsacks
at sunrise were seen;
Like the lca,c of the foiet when
Autumn hath blown.
Tho'-o maiiiie in the evening lay
BSS&w ithcred and shown.'
The next morning w c arose with
the sun somewhat refreshed, but
stiff and sore, and after partaking
libeially of coffee, and a poilion of
that delectable compound, prepared
by the "Mixtureologist" of the
party, known as the "eye opener"
we broke camp and resumed the
march. For many long and weary
hours wc trudged up the mountain
side, until at evening footsore, head
and body aching, and saturated to
to the skin, for it had rained (one of
those rains poetically called in Ililo
"the lain that makes the Lelnia
blossom quiver", but we only knew
it as a rain that made our flesh
cieep, and chilled us to the bone),
wc reached the "Volcano House."
Here when in sight oi appaient civil
ization, nature stiongly pleaded for
another flop and -bleep, but the in
troduction of more of the "eye
opener" having infused a new life
into us, we turned a deaf car to the
voico of the p'lcader. We presented
a group anything but pleasant to
look upon a sort of a cioss be
tween cowboys who found that the
city would not be painted red, and
the host of Pharaoh after the Red
Sea bath. At this juncture a mus
ter was had, and two marines and
the donkey did not answer. For a
moment there was consternation,
livery tongue made the query what
has become of them V Imagination
answered, may be they have fallen
into u lava crack, and gone into the
bowels of the earth, in imitation of
tho hero of ancient days, or may be
the men have fallen victims to an
unexpected deinoiibliation of the
mule's heels? At-this an escort of
lecovery was about being sent out
with the litter and grog ol the good
Samaritan style, when, lo, in tlio
soft moonlight wns seen creeping
over tho brow of the hill an
elongated human figure. With
anxious eyes wc watched the
shadow. At labt tho unmistakable
form of a man presented itself
seemingly to ho pulling an unwill
ing object, at tho end of the rope ho
held in his hand. Shortly tho pack
mulo was seen slowly coining over
the brow of the hill. He also seem
ed to be tugging something not in
cluded in his pack what could it
be? With haled breath and pro
tuding eyes, we scanned the shad
owed distance behind him, until
our eyes wcro rewarded with thu
welcome sight of the third wander
er's return. The second marine,
worn nnd almost dropping, his in
aniinato body clinging lo the ani
mal's tail, was bcingslowiy dragged to
the top ol the hill. With a shout of
joy tho wandering lambs wcro wel
comed to tho iold. After a little
rest and supper, we prepared to
visit the burning lake. Tho winds
rushing from the mountain tops,
whistled about our ears, and then
Bluicking tied down into tho pit be
fore us. Rousing our drooping
spirits to n proper niarlial pilch, we
bid the guide on, and wo would fol
low. Going over a road of rock and
lava for about one mile and a
qnailcr, wc were suddenly confionl
cd bya pit-like declivity. Doeond
ing this with considerable inpidity
wo found ourselves in view of na
tuie's iircalest phenomenon the
burning lake of Kilatlea. The lake
to all appeaiaiico was about fiOO
feet long and !HJO feet wide, and
surrounded entirely by -icrtical
walls of encruslcd lava. At the
first glance tho bosom of the lake
had all the appearance of a body of
still, dark, sluggish water,surround
edby a lim of lire from which was
continually being sent up minialuio
jets os lire emitting spia,s of
glowing matter, accompanied by a
dull, rumbling sound. Now what
appealed lo be a fountain would
make its appearance in the centre of
the lake, ami after bubbling for a
few minutes disappear, hi a shot I
time it would lcnew operations, only
on a liei cor scale- belching burning
lava on the air. Unuliullj the sur
face about the edge of the lake
would crack, roll up and dissapcar
downwards forming a surface of
lcsllcss tire. Then would it spin t
again and glow sluggish and black
again. .Now a complete netting of
ciacks would cover the entire crust,
disappearing piece after piece un
til a living writhing mass of hissing
flames alone i cumincd Anon would
the surface calm again and blacken,
then cracking disappear. Suddenly
the entire lake seemed to concen
trate for one mighty conceited ac
tion forming into :i glowing cone
of lire, a pyramid of tcirible, awful
glory, sending forth a roaring sound.
then about it would smaller cones
appear anil hesport lueni into play
ful glee. Then would all unite and
glow and burn with demoniacal fury.
Now it would bieak into countless
millions of ' brilliant spiays. Then
would it form into a writhing mass
of burning matter, with surging
waves of lava, which with the lash
ing fury of the sea would dash them
seUes against the sides, retreat
only to collect themselves lo dash
again.- What a display oi fireworks!
Every tiling that was biilliant, sub
lime and terrible united and gam
boled in the air. It was the Hell
that Dante drew a hell fermented
to uncontrollable fury. Terrible
yet sublime! Frightful still surpas
singly fascinating! Terror striking,
but wonderfully beautiful! It chill
ed the heail with awe, yet warmed
the blood to quickest action. It
was nothing everything. Godlike,
still a revel of demoniac spoils! It
was simply unimaginable and indis
cribablc. It stultified yet quickened
the faculties. "It was "A real bot
tomless pit, the fires of which are
not quenched, the lake which burn
etii witli fire and brimstone. The
fiery sea, whose waves arc never
weary. Tlicie were groaning s,
iiimblings and detonations, msli
ings, hissings and splashings, and
the crashing of breakers on the
coast, but it was the singing of fiery
waves upon a fiery shore." So
wrapt became the senses that one
could but wonder and look, and in
looking wonder on. It so removed
one outside the human limits that
to appicciatcwas to be supernatural,
to understand Divine !
One can stand on the blink of the
Vesuvius Ciater, and in peeling
down its burning, seething cauldron,
diaw in the imagination pictures oi
Pompeii in the brilliant days of her
wealth and luxury in the mind's
eye that with Diomed's fascinating
daughter, Julia, gaze fondly upon
the Greek lone, or even inhale the
perfume of the violets that poor
blind Nydia sold. But to stand
upon the brink of Kilaucaand watch
the ebb and flow of her never end
ing sea of fire, one can but think of
Hell. The eyes turn themselves
into the soul, and the soul trembles
like a guilty thing before the gaze.
The tongue by awe moved can only
in faintest murmur ejaculate the
heait's prayer. Luus till JJomini!
Stilled and terrified we quit this
lake, andjjsought the quiet of tented
beds, there to sleep, aye, and to
dream and in those dreams to lead
a fancied life a life thai whirled us
through time and space on the wing
ed back of nightmares.
Calm and beautiful beamed the
morning sun upon the opening eye
lids, and haing quickly broken
camp we took the homeward way.
With Sparlanhke courage we mado
the distance, 'and oneo more stood
on lido's surl-lashed shore, and in
sight oi tlio old "Vandalia." AVe
had seen the Volcano, and now liko
prodigal sons, tired of feeding on
husks and cobs, wc returned to the
paternal roof lepcntant and sleepy.
Dusty, soiled and worn out we look
ed liko a band of tramps, whoso
stomachs and faces to a square
meal and an allowance of water, has
been absolutely divorced. When
the moon traced on the deck fantas
tic figures of tho yards and masts,
wo lay beneath bundled in our hum
mocks lost to tho world asleep
too sound for even tho Johosophat
Valley boom to awaken.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWKNY-riVU CJJNJB I'lIIt TO UNI).
In Hated throats nnd lunioying
coughs mo quickly relioed by tho
genuine Ihittcr .Scotch, only to bo
found ut tho Pioneer Stenin Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Tlenty of testi
TnuitSDAY, April 20.
Peter Quin vs. Kahuakai Quin, (a
bride of two weeks), descition.
Ordered to return to her husband.
Q. Fernandez, charged with will
ing and publishing on or about tho
21st inst, in the "Luso Hawaiiano,"
a libelous article entitled "O Nobre
do Duas Capas," and signed "Que
rino." W. A. Kinney to assist the
eiown; J. L. ICaulukou for defend
ant. Continued to the third prox.
One case of drunkenness was
fined SO, and sevcial cases from
former dates were further continued.
GOAL, COAL, GOAL.
Coal is very high and seuicc, wood
is cheap and plentiful, that is, if you
call on T. .1, King, nt tho Union Feed
Co., ho can tell you stove wood
cheaper for cash than ever heaid
of before in this countiy. Call and
see him about it. 25 lit
AN rH!) a small Cot
tanc with tn lOmlnulc-)'
walk of l'osi office. Real not
to exceed $12 a month. Apply "COT
TAGE," Hin.M.l'iN Office. i!7 It
Hawaiian Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A, M.
piIIORR will bi' a special nicctini; of
Hawaiian Lodge No. iil.V.&A.
M., at their Hall, corner of Fori and
Queen sliects, THIS (Thursday) EVEN
1NG, at 7:K0 o'clock, lor woik in thu
All sojourning hictlitou mo fratcr-
ually invited In attend.
By oider of the W... M.'.
T. C. PORTER,
27 It Sccietaiy.
Notice to Odd Fellows,
nPIIK joint Committee of Excclsioi
JL Lodiju No. 1 and Harmony Lodge
No. y, I. O. 0. F.. invite all Odd Follows
to a Lilcrai y EnUiluinmunt and Social
in celebration of llic Sixty-ninth Anni.
versaiv of tlio Older lo bu held al H-ir.
inonv Hall. King Mi cut, on T11UHS
DAY L'VUNING. April 20, 1S8S. Lilc
r.iiy J3eiciscfl at 8 o'clock. Dancing
at 'J:'dO o'clock. 20 21
ABOUT seven acies of good pasture,
lice or gmden land, at ICapalinna,
about a mile and a half fiom town, with
a tw o-story dwelling house, kitchen
stable and other out houses.
Terms l?50 X'ci' Monlli.
npHEHK will be u Champion Sweep.
JL stake Race of the Hawaiian 1.
lands, of a One Hour go as-you-plcase,
at the Aimory,
On Saturday Evening, May 5th,
At M o'clock ). in.
Open to all comers at 50. Each en.
tries to olo'e at 12 noon, Slay 5th.
GEO. WASHINGTON, U.S S A ,
CHAS. MICHEL, U.S.S. Vandal ia.
C59" Enlry fees leciivcd by Tom
Wiight, Haw. Carnage Mf'g Co , and
H.uiy Byng, coiner Hiehaul & King sis.
MM BGiirtni Society.
AMUSICAIi and Literary Enteitain.
ment will lake place
On Saturday Evening,
At tlio Royal Ilawai hin 1'honlie, in aid
of tho lumls of tho Iliili'-li Benevolent
Society, under distinguished auspices.
E2? Tho programme will be pub.
lished to moirow. 20 2t
SITUATION as Sloickceper, by tho
Into piuser of tho "Thomas Hell."
Addicts 'U. CORNEIl," ship "Thomas
Bell." au at
SAMUEL K. KAEO,
Ofllce, ; No. 9 Kaahumauu street.
Has just received ex-Austialia a very
lnndsomo iissortmant of nil the
In thOFilliiiei'y liino, mehas
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, a Most Excellent Assoitment of
3P 3L, XJ MC DE S
09J JMi'fct from Europe, lin
rpHE DAILY BULLETINS a llvo
JL cvcuiuj; paper. CO cents per month
Auction Sales by Lewis i, Levey.
On THURSDAY, May
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.
At the rcsidcuco of Mr. Henry Uergcr,
fuclng the Recreation Giountls, MakiUi,
T will sdl at Public Auction, tlio wholo
of his Household Fuinlluro and ctteols,
consisting of in part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
:$ liiia Large Brussels Center Hugs,
Smell Hops Knsv Clitiir, 1 It. W. Hcd
mom Sri, 1 neaily new Handsome I). W.
Morhlo-top Hediooiu Scl, with Spring
Mnliris, Single llcdf toads, Btueattg,
Sorbin Mattresses, lied Lounge, Mos-
tiullo Nets, 1 15. W. Extension Dining
Table, Koa Sideboard, Writing Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Vol inula Easy Chairs. Chandeliers and
Lhinpt, 4 largo Oil Paintings, Het'rigc
iiilor, Meat Safe, Uluuii, Ico Cicam
Pioeer, Cirekcry &Glassaie, Matting
& Oil Ololli, No. 1 Wlnthiop ltntiKu nnd
Utensils, Garden Tools and hwand
lol of Firewood, etc , i'l'., it ., etc.
And If not disposed of previous to S.dc,
1 Family Cturliigu, Set Harness and
1 Gentle i'ony Willi Saddlu & Uridlu
suitable for a boy. Also, a choice lot
N. H. FiecHus will stall fmm the
corn or of Fort and llculnni'i i-l'crlo, m
!):0 A. M. sharp, for convenience uf
parties attending the S-ilu.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
19 1 It Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, Rflay I st,
AT 10 O'CIiOCIt A. 31.,
Uy order of W. C. 1'aike, Assignee of
tho Bankrupt Estate of ChoyTIn,
I will soil at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, corner Fort
nnd Queen streets,
A 4unntsty of New Furniture
Office Writing Desks !
Side Hoards. HooK Cases,
Meat Safes, Tabic,
t, R, &c.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
June 11, 1
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE.
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Flee for all.
2nd HIS MAIESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bied horses owned
by members of the .Jockey Club.
Cup to become the piopeity of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING RACE For Hawaiian
hi ed horses only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 hi .'!.
RUNNING- RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fioc for all.
Dth-KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile UeaU, best '.) in D. Flee for
all. All horses having a lecoul of
. 2 ::10 or better to j;o to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
' Open to all li-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7th-nOSITA CHALLENGE CUP. '
RUNNING RACE lMIle Dash.
Flee for nil. Winner to beat tlio 10
eoid of '-Anglo A," li-JGJ. To bo
i uu for annually.
Btri-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
RUNNING RAOE-4 Milo Heats,
beit L' in '.1. Hawaiian bied horses.
Cup to become tlio propel ty of the
winner two conseouthe jcars.
9U1-10CKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swi:r.i'STAKi:3 TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 In 'J. Fiec for all hoices that
liao not a leeord of II minutes or
better tobodiiven in Fraier local
cai ts by members of tho Club,
RUNNING RACK -I Milo Dash.
For Hawaiian bied horses only.
Open to all ponies H-hnnds or
under, and it-year old or over.
NOTICE is hcieby given Unit Man
Chip holds full power of attorney
to act in nil bUhino8 transactions of tho
firm of Wing On 'o A; Co., and is nu.
thoiied also to sign said firm name by
WING ON WO & CO.,
by 0. Cheung Ping.
Honolulu, April IB, 1888. 21 2w
THE, PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
JL Daily Bulletin 50 cts per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AVCTIOX SAM! M'
On WEDNESDAY, May 2nd, '88
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tlio residence of Jlr, V. htencmann,
Kinau strict, ndloiniug the lesidcncc of
Hon. W. K. Castle, I will sell at Public
Auction, (on account of depaiture),
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Garden Benches .and Chairs,
Ferns & Decorated Flower Pots,
Vienna Easy Chairs, Vienna Kofn,
I Carved B.W. Marbletop C. Tablo
1 Caipet Plush Patent Hoekcr,
Large vVel vet Center i;Hoffi Hugs,
One Ul'JfctlWIX'JC 1'IAjVO,
(L. Neufcld, Heilin, maker;,
Drawing-room Curlalns & Pole,
1 Corner 'Whatnot,
B. Walnut Bookcase & Desk,
Fondant Hanging l amp-, Fancy
Camp Stoola, EugiavliigH & Pieuins,
Carved B. Y. Marbletop Bedroom Sot,
MnltriUbbcs, Mosquito Net, 1 French
Walnut Wardrolic, 1 Ithiiik Walnut
W.udiobe, 1 Elegant U. V. Mai hie
top Sideboard, I 11 lack Walnut Etb
li'iiHimi Table, Dining.room Chtiiis,
CROCKERY ami GLASSWARE,
1 Kefrigowttoi, 1 Uncle Sam Hangc,
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I California Carriage llorso,
1 Black Maro, broken to Saddle & Harnoss,
1 Top Dungy,
Set of Harness, Saddlo, Etc., Etc., Etc.
rF Pi'omiscs open for inspection on
TUESIM.Y, Slay 1st, fiom ! o'clock
a. u. to a r. M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
U King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Caie.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAERS TO RENT.
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W. C. AC HI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 1'i tf
NOTICE to CIIEDITOKS.
THE undersigned give notico that
they have been appointed Assignees
of Brown & Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All persons having any claims against
the said Arm whether secured by mort.
gage or otherwise, aro notified to pre
sent tho same to tho Assignees, within
tlncc months from April 2;)rd instant.
All persons indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Go in e requested to' make immediate
payment to Brown & Co. or the
A. J. CARTWRIGIIT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, 21, 1838. 23 1m
nPIIE undcisigiied having been on the
X 18th day of April, duly appointed
Assignee of tlio Estate of Oliny T,in, of
Honolulu, n bankrupt, by tho lion, R. F.
Bickenon, Justice of the Supreme Court,
nil persons are hereby notified to pay to
the undersigned any amounts duo to tho
said bankinpt and to make immediate
payment of the same.
W. C. TARKE,
Assignee of the Estate of Clioy Tin.
Honolulu, April 19, 1888. 21 Ct
Continental and Colonial
36 Ruo do DunkerquoT- - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of Fienoh, Belgian,
Swis", German, and English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Price.
Commisbiou, Two-und.a.Half per rent,
All Trade ami Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Banker, payublo on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tlio Agency Represents, Buys, and
Sells, for Homo and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, C.isli meres, Cambrics,
tSilks. Vclvelb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
FlannolB, FeatherH, Pearls,
Boots ami Shoes, Glass, and
Cliina.waro, Clocks, Watches,
Jowcllry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, &c,
Oilman's Stores, Books, Artistic
Chromos, Machinery. &c. &c.
180 ly S
tJgfc&'tayr'VTttME'Wit iv jTOWiriiwiwrtwrtin
Of SSmi IrmiolHtio.
Bamplo packages of the following Meals
may.bohnd of Gonalves &. Co
fico of charge:
Germea, Eye Meal,
(xi'imulutud Ont Iflciil,
Scll-raislnrj Poarlod Corn Meal,
" " Buckwheat Flour,
" " Breakfast Cako Moal,
" " Cream Graham Flour,
" " Breakfast Wheal,
Cream Flake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del Mofite Jaiily Fir.
GONSALVES & CO..
22J fciicijj Street. lw
White Bros.' Port. Cement,
Coal Tap, SiocMii Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Australian lail Service.
FOK SAN FKANCISCO,
Tho now and fine Al clcel Btcamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu Jiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Rflay 6, 1888.
And will leave for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or nassaim. lmvinir RTT
PER10R ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
The new and fiuo Al steel Btcamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 10, 1888,
And will have prompt difpatch with
mails and passengers for tho above poits.
For Ireight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched
this Line for Honolulu, to leave
.Now Yoik in all May.
For further Information apply to
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 &7!t Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
67 3 m
Rubbish I , Rubbish I Rubbish I
rpilE undefsicned having been in the
X business for the past 15 months,
and now being npj ointcd by tho Board
of Health as liuhblsh Collector. I
berth) wish to thank tho public lor
there Hot lul palronnge, hoping aeon,
tiuunnco f hu tame with a more ex
tended list of customers. I shall us
hereto torn have my rubbish carts go on
ettoli stud wjiero requited three times
eaoh wcel.,cja'i.t in very rainy weather
then two times each week. After this
month each oait will cairy a hell to
announce its mi pcuraucc on tho street,
that no one will have an excuso for not
setting out their dirt.
BeJr"Prlces as heretofore: Ordinary
House Rubbish and Yard Sweepings,
50 cents, 70 cents nnd 31.00 per mouth,
if put in containers.
Tho above pilot's arranged according
to tho ninount of rubbish taken away.
Treo Trimmings and IIoreo Litter
will be charged extra.
Horses, Bullocks, Hogs and Dogs will
bo buried at icasonablo rates.
N. F. BUIIGESS.
P. S. Anyone knowing of ono who
is required to have their rubbish re.
moved, who is not able to pay the tax,
if the party or parties will let me know
I will do their carting froo of charge,
90 lui N. F, Ji.
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