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Senled tenders will be received at
the Iutoiior OfUco until THURS
DAY, May 3l3t, at 12 o'clock noon,
for llic construction of a Reservoir
in Nuuixnu Valley.
Plans and specifications for the
same can be seen at the olllce of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LORRTN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
. Interior Office, May 17, 1888.
Jo (it cod
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho .
XSuulc oA OtUU'oriila., . IT.
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NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
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Tho Rank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Giirlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Rank of British Columbia, Vic
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Transact a General Ranking Rusinea:.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1888.
The fire night before Inst at "N'ai
kikf, in which a dwelling-house with
all its contents was consumed, and
another fire yesterday at Kalihi in
which one house was destroyed and
another partially,- suggests the
speedy formation of an auxiliary
fire department for the suburbs.
Wo have repeatedly discussed this
question in our columns, and have
pointed out the advantages that
would accrue from such an organi
zation. If such an organization
hail been in existence at Kalihi yes
terday, it is reasonable to supposo
that the fire would have been eon
troled before it spread to the second
house. It is too much to expect of
the department located in the citjr
that they should go to Kalihi or
Waikiki and drag after them a
heavy engine, or even to run along
side of it when it is being drawn by
horses. Not reckoning the fatigue
that such a journey would cause
and the almost complete prostration
the men would be in when they ar
,'rivetl on the scene, the distance is
.so far, and the peculiar construction
of nearly all the wooden houses iu
the country is such, that before
they could possibly get there, their
services utould not be required.
The Qiivcrninent have three or
four spar! hand engines that could
be . used, and it is probable that
volunteers to man them could be
organized into companies in the out
lying districts, without any expense
to the Government save the erec
tion of houses in which to keep the
engine when not in use.
Wc merely make this as a sugges
tion, that volunteer companies be
organized in the suburbs, and that
thoy be equipped with tho hand en
gines that are now lying idle in tho
The ameliorating' properties of
modern inventions to soften the con
ditions imposed upon men, is pretty
generally conceded. Sonic people
however, contend that modern ma
chinery and all inventions to lessen
manual labor, has brought moro
misery than benefit to the human
race. Let us see if their conclu
sions are bourn out by facts. Care
ful observation, and tho examina
tion of all tho testimony tit hand,
goes to show that mankind has been
improved and benefited by the ro
.gult of tho inventors' genius. Take
the sewing machine and note the
striking revolution accomplished
by that invention from tho drudg
ery and confinement necessary for
the production of work by hand,
long and tedious houro of labor, to
accomplish what can now bo dono
in almost as many minutes, and with
far.kss. expense of the vital forces.
This Is only one Instance of what
inventive genius has done for man
kind, there are thousands of labor
saving machines and appliances, to
help the artizan, farmer, mechanic,
laborer and housewife, to perform
their labor with pleasuro while be
fore the advent of r,ueh inventions,
It was n drudgery. Recognising
this as a sound view, nearly all
civilized countries have made laws
for the protection of the inventor,
and have thus stimulated him to the
exercise of his faculties to their
uttermost limit. Nowhere in the
world perhaps is this recognised as
fully as in the United Statcs,aud most
liberal laws have been enacted for
the protection and benefit of this
particular class. Other countries
are not behind in affording protec
tion to inventivo genius, but their
laws arc such' that the inventor is
more hampered, and the proceeds
from this branch of business is a
source of revenue to the Govern
ment, while in America it is not so.
Instead of being a source of revc.
uue, the patent ofllcc is barely self
supporting. Laws protecting the
rights of patentees are in almost all
countries very stringent, and as a
rule, aro rigorously enforced. This
is as it should be, and the inventor
should be allowed the full benefit
of the results of his labor.
COFFEE, Ws HISTORY, PHILOSO
PHY, SUPPLY AND CON
Of coffee, which is now a necessity
of life to so many human beings,
the wonder is scarcely less than it
should have been so long kept from
mankind that even now after
three hundred years of knowledge
it should be comparatively unfami
liar in its purity to so many millions
who thirst after a beverage so inno
cent and healthful. The attributes
of coffee have been celebrated in
all languages. Chemists have told
us how it clears the brain, calms the
nerves, and supplies the waste of
tissue. Poets have sung of the
wisdom it gives to' politicians in
strains which make us impatient of
its too slender use for that purpose.
Like tobacco it is a universal taste,
and, like that beneficial weed, it lias
been proscribed and preached at as
ungodly, poisonous, and damnable,
tending to sin to sedition and to
In Turkey it was matlc a point
of orthodoxy to rail at the new
drink. Iu France the fashion to
discourage it. Racine and coffee
will pass " wrote Madame de
Sevcgne. Under Charles II coffee
houses were to be put down as
"hotbeds of SeditiousJtalk"and incen
tives to "General wagging of ton
gues." Coffee has risen superior to all
these perils, and lie would be a bold
man now who should in the east or
west attempt to suppress its use.
There is no article of those which
furnish food lor man on the merits of
which thereis so perfect a concensus
opinion. There is no beverage of
vhich unites in its favor so com
pletely, the sufferings both of men
of science and of virtue ; and when
we consider what are the peculiar
and exquisite virtues possessed by
coffee, and in a less degree by its
congeners tea and cocoa, we cannot
help wondering what sort of world
it was, which was as yet uncheered
by that divine essence, coffcinc,
theine, or theobromine, which chem
ists till us is the basis of the health
ful and exhilarating properties of
coffee. As man is the creature of
what he eats and drinks so man be
fore the discovery of coffee and its
sister beverages, must have been a
duller, coaser, and less interesting
animal than now, when he has the
benefit of these aids to physical and
Turning from the history and
philosophy of coffee a subject,
which has scarcely yet been treated
iu any becoming manner to the
concrete beiry and its uses, the fust
thing that must strike us is the
comparatively small favor iu
which it is held in England com
pared with other countries. The
consumption per head in Great
Britain has in fact decline from l.S-1
lbs. per head in 18i-J when it was at
tho maximum to a lractlou less than
a pound a head iu 1880. At present
the people of England use about
five pounds of tea a head every
year to one pound of coffee.
In France wheie tho duty is about
five times heavier tho annual aver
age consumption is about -10,000
tons, giving 2.23 lb. a head.
In Germany the proportion is 5.3
lb. a head ; in Switzerland G.G8 lb. ;
in Italy only 1.05 lb., while in
Helgium it nmounts to 9 lb. a head,
which is the highest figure reached
by any European country. The
United States are large consumers
averaging as they do about 1 GO, 000
tons n year.
The total annual consumption of
coffee in the woild it is impossible
to estimate with any approach to
accuracy owing to the imperfect re
turns of the quantity retained for
home consumption in the eoffeo pro
ducing countries. The total pro
duction however may bo roughly
estimated to-day at something like
800,000 tons a year.
Greal Britain is in posses
sion of ihe finest coffee estates
in then ttoiM. Kpicuics may
brag ol the flux or of the leal Mocha,
but the Arnbinu berry is a matter
rather of imagination than of fact,
more talked of than tasted. The
best Mocha is reserved by the Turks
and Arabs for their private drinking,
andis not exported. Like impel ial To
kay or CaiavanteH,limay be doubted
whether its quality is equal to its
reputation. The coffee of Mysore,
Southern India, is famous for its
richness ol nroma and delicacy of
llavor. The Rlue Mountain coffee
of Jam ilea is scarcely inferior. The
pity ot it is that tho arrangements
which have turned that beautiful
island into a nigger Eden, will not
permit of any development of this
ino?t valuable natural product. The
coffee of Ceylon, though it has lately
been subject to much depression,
still commands a more than average J
price in the market and is cortainly
superior to that of Java or Central
America. The llrazillian coffee,
though it forms such an enormous
proportion of the total supply bears
an ill reputation, which perhaps it
hardly deserves. At present the
chief objection to the coffee shipped
from Rio Janeiro is a peculiar rank
ness of smell and rawness of flavor,
xvhicli, however, our American gro
cer claims disappear with keeping.
The northern States of South
America, especially Colombia, pro
duce excellent coffee, and could
supply more of it but for revolu
tions. Costa Rico, San Salvador,
and Guatemala especially, are among
the States of Central America xvhich
produce largely a very excellent cof
fee. Such arc the legitimate sources
of coll'co in the world. But there arc
other and more questionable ways
of filling the coffee cup, xvhicli Mr.
Thurbcr, of New York, xvilh per
haps doubtful policy, and an excess
of candour has revealed out of the
depths of his trade experience.
Those xvho buy their coffee ready
ground "Tread a path," he tells us,
"beset with snares and delusions."
They are lucky if they find nothing
xvorse in the cup than honest, harm
less chicory. They may have beans,
saw-dust, Venetian red, acorns,
mangel-wurzel, and baked horse
liver. Then there is cofi'ee essence,
which may be a compound of
"Black Jack," or the coarsest of
molasses and chicory.
Against all these depredations on
his purse and assaults on his sto
mach, the consumer lias only one
effective way of protecting himself.
Let him cschexv the purchase of
ground coffee and grind for himself.
Let him do as M. Grevy did on a
certain occasion when out hunting
in a little wine house in the country.
The President of the French Repub
lic, among his many claims to the re
spect of mankind, is an epicure in
coffee. "Have you any chicory?"
lie said to the man of the house. .
"Bring me some."
The proprietor xx'cnt and returned
xvith a can of chicory.
"Js that all you have?" asked
"We have a little more."
"Bring mo the rest."
When lie came again xvith another
can of chicory, M. Grex-y faaid :
"You have no more?"
"Very well, noxv go and make me
a cup of coffee."
But there arc other ingenuous
methods of adulteration, more difli
cult to detect, xvhich the advance
ment of science has donated to us.
The folloxving xvhich xve take from
the Tropical Agriculturist, shows that
the inventive genius of the nine
teenth century finds channels other
than those for the use and benefit of
Sornani of Parvia, announces that
he has discox-ered quite a new and
serious adulteration of coffee, xvhich
is being practised by the manufac
ture of artificial beans. These ber
ries are composed of the meal of
beans and acorns, xvith chicory and
quartz powder to bring the mixture
to a requisite specific gravity. A
dough is made of these ingredients,
which in cut by a special machine
into the shape of coffee beans, and
after drying has exactly their color.
Sornani says he has found as much
a3 50 per cent, of these artificial
berries mjxed xvith tlie,genuine. On
roasting they -take just the bame
color as the real, but they ure dis
covered by soaking in xvater, when
the false berries soon fall to pieces.
W. J. F.
The Growth of Inliinaoy Grace,
aged five, had noticed that mamma
said "Will" xvhen addressing papa,
and that the hired girl said "Mr.
C ." Thinking this formality had
continued long enough, sho 'cried
out ono day: "Katie, how long will
you have to know papa before you
can call him Will?" N. Y. World.
Ernest, a 5-year-old, xvas sent up
stairs xvith a small basket of pota
toes, and after tugging them up
hnlf-xvny he set the basket doxvn to
a fresh hold. An aunt of his, stand
ing at tho head of the stoiis, said to
him, "What is the matter, Ernest?
Is the basket heavy?" "No," he
says, "tho basket ain't heavy, but
the tutors is." Boston Globe'.
Littlo Winifred xvns visiting at her
aunt's, and the children xvero very
much amused by her funny speeches'.
"You think you arc very smart,
don't you?" ono of tho boys said,
teasingly. "Yes, I think I am, but
I know belter," the truthful little
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Daily Bulletin." CO cents per month.
Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork, I
Fls,l h7V "O Vegetables,
fctCi, EEj3AsJt' litC. j
Always on hand at tho
(Succes-ora to Win. Mc&indto s),
No. o (J 'Din street, Fish Market, Uono.
lulu, It. I.
9P Family nml Shipping Oidcrscare.
fullj nitcmhtlt) Live Slock fumMiMl
! vtsvls at short nutlcr. ' my 17-83
A MIDDLE aged lady ns assistant In
iiiiu.dl family comfortable home.
Washing put out. Applv to
J. E. BROWN & CO ,
45 yt 2d Merchant Street.
A REGULAR quarterly Hireling of
tlio Union Feed Co., (Limited),
xvill bo held at the Company's olllce, on
FRIDAY, the 18th instant, at 1!) o'clock
noon. S. F. GRAUAM,
U 2t Secretary U. F. Co.
(OOTTAGK No. 200
trcit. Applv to
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
TWO young Ladles xvimtcd at Fishel's
to learn the millinery trnde. 43 St
A YOUNG MAN wislies a position
ns bui tender. Having experience.
Address "W. K.
DUMB Cart and Bar
ness, in good order.
ho sold cheap. Apply to
Smith or Lunnlilo Home.
STABLES TO LET.
STABLES for four horses, carriage
hmiM!, xxith two room?, adjoining
land 100x11 0. Entrance from Klmiu
sticet, 10 mluutCi'drix'O finin Post-olllce
Suitable for hack-driver. Kent 12 per
month. Apply to
41 lxv J. E. RROWN & CO.
ON Tue.-day morning, May llith, on
the Kalihi RoaU, near Knmolia
inclin School, a Denoit Receipt of Ris
hop & Co., for $1800, mid nn order on
Schaofcr iz Co , drnxvn in favor of An
tone Roderick, for 100. Payment hns
been stopped. A reward of 50 xvill be
given on return of amo to
13 3t Kalihi.
EOlt KENT or LEASE.
-SW5A A NEW Xwo-Story House,
fiuS'l! furnished or unfur.
wSVriS-M nished, with nine bleeping
rooms, large veranda and other con.
venienccs. Location, opposite the Gcr.
man Club House, Punchbowl. Apply at
40 lw Fort street.
rPHE above rexx'ard will be given to
JL any person or pertons xho xvill
gi'o Mich information as will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the person
or persons xvho set lire to my store
situated on Berctanln ttrcet, next to tho
picmiscs owned by J. E. Hush Esq., in
SUNG DONG SING.
Honolulu, May 9, 1888. 33 lxv
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notice that
they hayo been appointed Assignees
of Rrown il Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All persons having any claims against
the said II rm xvliether hucurcd by mort.
gagu or otherwLe, aro not! lied to pre.
sent the same to tho Ass igneis, within
three mouths from April 2l!rd instant.
All poisons indebted to Mctsis. Rrown
& Co. ure requested to make iuinieUiato
payment to , Rrown & Co. or the
A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Rroxvn & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 1858. 231m
TO the creditors of the Estate of
Henry S. Swinlon, of Honolulu,
Oahu, a bankrupt.
That tho undersigned Assigneo of the
Kstme of Henry S. Sxvinton, a hank,
nipt, lias prcp.uotory to Ills fluid ac.
count and dividend submitted his ac
counts as such Assignee mid tiled tho
eamo before lion. R. F. Blckerlon, Jus
tice of the Supreme Court, at his Cham,
bcrs, to whom ho xvill apply at 10
o'clock a. ., on MONDAY, the 28th
day of May, for .settlement of said no.
counts nnil for a dischargo from all Ha.
billly as such Assignee and for an order
to muko n linu 'dividend.
And Unit any person interested may
then and there impour and contest tho
same. W. O. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of II. S. Swinton.
Honolulu, .May 1(5, 1898. 4U .It
E. LYOAN has full nower to
sljia reeeints anil slim for nnv
huiIncH ;i connection xvith iho llrm of
G. West As Co.. duiinir my absence- from
the Kingdom. G. WEST A: CO.,
Per G. West.
Honolulu, May Plh, lf83. 3 lw
Just received from Aucklond, Ex.
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of the CROP of 1888, and which
URION FEED CO.
Uon. W. O.
lew Zealand Oafs
Aucl,0 SalflS b' Ms J-lm?
. ,, , .
I am Instructed by Messrs. L. A. Thurs.
ton an 10. Holic, K.icutors of the Es.
tn'e of Oi'nrgo Kngellnirdt, deceased, to
fell n' Public Auction at ihe tore, Fort
stroL-t, next d'inr to MiMrs. Q. W. Muc
Ituliii" AS Co.,
Oil FRIDAY, May 18111, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The whole of the S'oek of
Crocke'y, Glassw'e, Plated-ware,
Store Fixtures, Ac., Consisting of
CHANDELIERS ! LAMPS !
China Crockery A; Glassxvnie,
Plated Ware, Cutlery, Lamp Chimneys,
Globes & Shades, Platform Scales,
Store Fixtures, Glass Showcase,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
40 Ot Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I xvill sell nt Public Auction, nt the
residence of 11. .1. Creigliton, Eq.,
Riehnid street, opposite tho Roynl Hn.
Tho Whole of his Household Furniture,
One Elegant Upright Piano 1
Ry Strnthom & Coy. This firm received
the lit prize gold medal, at Mechanic's
Fair, S. F., for tho tupcriority of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & Plush.
One Large Rlnek Walnut Etagerc,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Draving Room of Queen Victoria at
St. James' Palaco.
One Large Ebonized Finnic Mirror.
Largo and Smali Rugs,
ISiouzc Ornament, Cornices, Chun.
delieis and Lamp",
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Teiiesseo M. T.,
1 U. W.Sf Rcdstcnd, 1 13 W. Red.
room Set, Woven Wire A; Hulr Mat-
tr.isics, Mosquito Kcls, Heading
Inn-no Center Tile !
Splendid 15. W. Sideboard, U. W.
Pillni Ex. Dining Table. As Chairs,
Crockeiy As Glassware, Sswing Ma
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Ico Chest, Veranda
Chain, etc., etc. Also,
1 Family Horse & Phaeton
ESTTlie house xu'll bu open for in
fcpection on FRIDAY, previous to day
of sale. The Auctioneer desires to call
attention to the ladies and gentleman of
Honolulu to this sale of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 12t Auctioneer.
IIIERERY give notico that by power
of attorney dated at Hongkong,
China, the 25th day of Murcli, 18S8, the
firm of Kxvoug Shiu Wing Co. has ap.
pointed me the undersigned' to conduct
all its business relations in tho Haxvniian
Mnmls and in particular xvith the firm
of Wing On Wo & Co., of Honolulu,
merchant'', with full poxvors to collect
and receive all sums of money duo to
the snid firm of Kxvoug Shiu Winer Co.
and to proceed quarterly as tho power
of attorney authorizo me.
Att'y in fact foiKwong Sliiu Wing Co.
Honolulu. May U, 1883. 41 2w
Imported Direct from Havana.
0. 0. BERGSR.
Continental and Colonial
30 Euo do Dunkorque, - - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French,, llclgiiin,
Svls', German, ami English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices.
Commission, Two.and.ii.Half per cent.
All Trade and Cash Discounts nlloxved
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Hanker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tho Agency Represents, Ruys, and
Sells, for Homo and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks, Volvetb, Laxvns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Lnces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lure,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
Roots and Shoes, Glat s, and
Ohhia.xvaro, CloeUs, Watches,
Joxxollry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Eccleshibtical and
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, Aic,
Oilman's Stores, Rooks, Artistio
Chromos, Machiucry. &c &o.
180 ly 8
r l i n
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Ry onlT of Mr J. A. Kennedy I will
sell nt Puhlin Auction, nt his residence,
corner of Klnun mid Peniicola itrcct
ttcjolnlug tho residence of T. May, Esq.
On WEDNESDAY, May 23rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
B. W. Upholstered Parlor Set,
Largo Center Rugs,
y-Light Pendant Uliiindclior,
One Emerson Squaro Piano,
(A splendid instrument,)
1 Carved Ebony Muslo Stand,
Largo Marble-top Centnr.Tnble, '
Luco Curtains and I olos,
Drnxving.room Cut tains,
1 Carved Cherry Easel,
Plcturoi, Japanese Screen,
Rlack W. Hall Stand,
1 Massive B.W. Beflr'm Set
Ma tisisscs and Mosquito Xcts ,
S'aml Lamps, I'ocoiattd Vases,
1 Chillis' Irou Redstead
Black Walnut Bookcase and Secretary,
A Library of Books, comp'g:
McC.iulcy's History of England,
Dante's Inferno & Purgatorio, &c, &c.
1 R. W. Marble-top Sideboard,
Silver Tea Service. Corner Whatnot,
CROCKERY ana GLASSWARE,
1 R. W. MarMclop Rcdroom Set,
Refrigerator, Kitchen Utensils,
Ono JSufjfyy XMiiietou :
(In good order),
1 Horse, broken to saddle & harness,
(A good safe traveler),
Set of binglo Harness, 1 Side Saddle,
Garden Tools, Etc., Etc.
JAS. IP. MORGAN,
Sale of Leases !
Ry order of the Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I xvill sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho
LEASES of the folloxving
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona, Hawaii, as lolloxv:
For a Tun of 15 Years.
1 The Ahupuaa of Waiaun, des.
cnbed in R. P. No. 1030.
2 Land nt Kabului, Kona, described
in R. P. No. C277 A.
3 Ahupuaa of Knliulul, Kona, apana
3, R. P. 1CG9. '
4 Ahupuaa of Kahuna, Kona, apana
2, R.P. 1C09, L C. A.851G B.
5 Ahupuaa of Pahochoe. Koua, R. P.
8510 R. '
C Ahupuaa of Kaloko. apana 11, L.
C. A. 77ID, containing 4300 acres.
7 Ahupuna of Lanihauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of R. P. 3U8, containing 3910
8 Ahupuaa of Ilonunula, apana 4
and 5, of R. P. 3148, containing 20 48 100
9 Ahupuna of Mocanoa, apana 27, of
L. V. A. 9971.
1 0 Also, the Lease for 5 years of the
Kulii portions of Mokuuea, nt Kalihi,
Oahu, makal of the rico plantation, and
extending to within 100 feet of llsh
ponds of His Majesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
the unlcascd poition of Ixviloi, includ
ing Sea Fishery, conlaining about 54
acres, more or less.
And at the same time xvill be sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Laliaiua,
Described in R. P. 34!5, L. C. A. 0795 R.
containing 3 Roods aud 14 Rods.
Terms-Payable semi-annually in
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
llrst six months' rent.
ESTFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
npHE undersigned having been duly
JL appointed Executors under the
xvill of Geo. Engulhaidt, late of Houo.
lulu, deceased. Notice is hereby given
lo nil crcditorH of tho deceased to pre
sent their claims, xvheihor secured by
mortgugo or otherwise, duly authenti
cated and -Willi the proper vouchers, if
nuy exist, to C. Rolto xvithin six months
from this date, or thoy xvill bo forever
barred. And all peisons indebted to
said dceensod aro requested to make
Immediate payment to C. Rolte.
L. A. THURBTON,
Executors under tho Will of George
Honolulu, May 2, 1888. 38 2w
BY a thoroughly
keeper aud Ace
Accountant. Rest of
rell'crenccB given. Apply at
40 lxv UULIOK'S AGENOY.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
kmhi jockey Club.
Jnu 11, 1
Races lo Commonco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUNNING RACE-J Mile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For llaxvalian bred horses oxvned
by members of tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of tho
one xvinnlug it txvice.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hnxvailan bred horbcs only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one starts to
Blh-KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2:30 or better to go to xvagon.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mile Dash.
Open to nil 3-year old Utiwalhiu
bred horses only.
7ih-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP. "
RUNNING RACE 1 Milo Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
cord of '-Angle A," 1 :4GJ. To bo
run for anmuilly.
RUNNING RACE-4 Mile Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho property of the
xvlnner txvo eohsccutix'c years.
9lh JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Mile Heats, best
in 3. Free for all horses that
hax'e not a record of 3 minutes or
better to be driven In Frazier road
carts 13' members of the Club.
10th LUMAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE i Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-bands or
under, and 3-year old or over.
tsSf Rules regarding entries and
starling are suspended Iu races against
For San Francisco
With Immediate Despatch.
The Al Iron British Rark
THE attention of shippers of Sugar,
Rice and other Island Produce is
directed to this flrstclass Vessel.
CST Applications for space should be
made immediately to
G.W. 3HACFARLANE & CO.,
34 Agents. tf
Iron Water Tanks
Just received from Auckland,
FOR SALE CHEAP
UNION FEED CO.
30 2 xv
Readinq Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AIiilicu Strcetii.
Open ovcry Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists nt the present
timo of over Fire Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reading Room is supplied xvith
about fifty of tho leading nexvspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
Jionth, pnynblo quarterly In advance.
No formality required in joining except
signing Ihe roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from the other islands aro xvel
como to the rooms nt nil times as guests.
Tills Association having no regular
means of suppert except tho dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu xvho desire to avail them
selves of its privileges, and nil xvho feel
an interest iu maintaining nn institution
of this kiud, xvill put doxvn their names
aud hecomo regular contributors.
A. J. OARTWRIGHT, Prcs.,
M. M. SCO'lT, Vice-President,
II. A. PARMELEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee,
NOTICE is hereby given that I xvill
not pay any dobls contracted in
my name without my xvrltteu order.
w. o. Aour,
Honolulu, April 31 1888, 23 tf
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