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Imitation Jje Pali.
The public are cordially invited to
be present at tbe opening of tliu Leg
islative Assembly by His Majesty
the King at 12 o'clock noon, on
TUESDAY, the 29th day of May,
1888. Ushers will bo in attendance
to receive visitors.
LOIUUN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 28, 1888.
Scaled tenders will bo received at
the Intoiior Office until THURS
DAY, May Hist, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of n Reservoir
in Nuuaini Valley.
Plans and specifications for the
samo can bo seen at tho office of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Minister of the Interior docs
wot bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LORRIN A. TUUKSTON,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, May 17, 18S8.
15 Ct eod
BISHOP & Co., BACKERS
Houolulu, Hawaiian Island.
Draw Exchange on tho
JEJiualc ol OnlUbriUai, M. 3T.
Aud their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 31. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co. ot Sydney,
Tlio Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christcliurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact i General Banking Usmop.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But estalisted for the benefit of 'all.
MONDAY, MAY 28, 1888.
COMING SESSION OF THE
The national Legislature is about
to meet. To-morrow is tho appointed
day and noon the hour for opening
the regular session of 1888. This
sessiou is necessary in order to fulfil
the requirements of the constitution,
otherwise there is no particular lca
son why the Nobles and Representa
tives should be called together at
the present time.
It is only a few months ago since
the extra session closed, during
which the majority of the members
were compelled to neglect their
private affairs for the space of eight
or nine weeks, and labored in a most
energetic and painstaking manner to
create a state of confusion and get
us into all kinds of hot water. They
proceeded and succeeded with an
amount of Bkill and good intention
which their most sanguine and
hypercritical admirers never dared
to prognosticate, and sepaiatcd,
pleased with themselves and pleased
with all the world, because of the
wonderful display of wisdom, of
legislative ability, and of sagacious
statesmanship they had exhibited.
Since thon the valuable timo of the
Supreme Court has been largely en
grossed in declaring sonic of their
acts repugnant to the constitution,
and therefore invalid and of no
It is very hard on our chosen
legislators to require their services
at Government house, for another
term of two or three months, to soon.
We could have done without them
a little longer. "We could well
afford to have waited another year,
or two years, or even ten years, as
far as their law-making functions
arc concerned. Indeed, tho peace,
tho prosperity, and the perinancnco
of the country might bo better
served by their staying at homo al
together. "SVc always feel nervous
and apprehensive when "these gentle
men are assembled in council, to
deliberate on tho affairs of State, not
knowing what act of folly may be
perpetrated by inexpeiienco or the
desire to give an exhibition of su
premo power, any moment. But
tho constitution ordains that the
Legislature of the Kingdom shall
meet in the month of May, 1888,
and we submit without murmuring,
to the decree, although feeling im
pelled to commend the wisdom of
tho Cabinet in deferring the cPtt
about as late in the mmitii as possi
ble. Tliu good, both jf the people
and of tho Ministers, may have been I
uneoneionly pmmoted by this ar
rangement. Who knowar Time will
The object of the session, ot any
session, is to lojNlatu for the public
good; and it is drbirnhlu in llie
highest ilegice that each and every
niembei bhou.d bu impiesscd with
the importance of keeping this 'ob
ject bteadihy beforo hU eyes ; and
that a deep sene of duty and an
intelligent recognition of the coun
try's needs, should guide and per
meate the actions of the members
individually and the Assembly as a
whole. The prevalence of narrow
piejudiccs and tho introduction of
class or clique considerations, which
may tend to gratify personal aims
and temporarily advance individual
interests, regaulless of tho general
welfare, arc decidedly objectionable,
and we sinceicly trust that nothing
of tho kind will disfigure the doings
of the session.
The experience of the extra ses
sion few months ago, may be reason
ably be expected to have belter fitted
the members for the work of the
regular session about to begin.
Many of them then essayed law
making for the first time in their
lives excellent and capable men it
may be in tho avocations to which
they had been used, but with no
more knowledge of legislation than
a Lancashire cat of logarithms. The
little schooling which that session
affoulcd them should better qualify
them for this session. Besides, they
have had ti few months for solitary
reflection on the past and prepara
tion for the future, and these arc not
likely to have passed unimpioved.
So we think the people are fully
justified in expecting an exhibition
of increased wisdom, discretion, and
common sense by their representa
tives, when they again assemble in
the legislative hall.
The main and most impoilant
measure of the session will be the
Appiopriation Act. But as this is
prepared by the Ministry, and from
its very natuie can only be judged
of on the whole by the Minister,
its discussion and passage should
require but little time. In the line
of general legislation, the less done
the better. A few new laws may be
needed by tho country, but scaiccly
mote than can be counted on tbe
lingcisof one hand. Pel haps more
is demanded in the way of amend
ing defective laws already on the
statute books. "Wise men, wiser
men than our wisest men, believe
there is an easy possibility of too
much legislation, and our wise men
might manifest their wisdom by
adopting the same belief.
Hasty legislation is also a possi
bility, which our own history conclu
sively proves. Necessary and bene
ficial legislation may be mado op
pressive, inoperative, or destructive
through being in parts haty and iU
considered. This a great evil which
the Legislature has the power to
prevent, and wo hope the coining
session will be watchful and wise to
finally, let us beseech our legis
lators not to keep us on the tenter
hooks too long. Gentlemen, do not
undertake too .much ; onljr what is
absolutely necessary ; and you can
do that, and do it well, too, in a
very short time, say three or four
weeks, and return to your homes re
joicing. That will bo quite long
enough to keep us in diead of some
unseen and unknown calamity. "We
arc not in a fit condition for any
great sensation at the present time.
We piefer peace and quietness, and
the more of these we can get the
better for our health and our happi
ness, our credit and our country.
True, business with us is dull and
money scarce; but you can do a
very little to help us in these mat
tors, otherwise than passing tho
Appropriation Bill. Just let us
alone, and wo shall conio out all
light in the cud. 1'or morcy's sake,
don't startle and sensationalize us
with some new scare, nor keep us
longer than you can help in dread
thereof. "SVc need a little mild ex
citement occasionally, to relievo our
monotony; but our nerves have been
too much shaken in the pastlo stand
a very powerful shock at present.
We have sulllcient local talent foriown
model ate i equipments. An occa
sional court trial, or Hurry Uyng's
athletic bhow, or a liteiaiy ebullition
from John I Smith is quite equal to
our needs. So, gentlemen, pleaso
rc.ipcot our feelings, and do not
impose upon ua moie than wo can
Lodge Le Props,
EROULAlt MEETING if r.o'irMr
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dn) i V N NO
M. in i' 4 a ai i n L 'v " '1
ii i I .' " l ii i e ci in ; 1
i i ii I i ml.
id-i n h W- '.
'4 I' .-icr arv
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
HoxoLtrtu, M-.y C8, 1CS9.
BATTATIOK ORDER, No. 1, 2. S.
IVEUY mcmb?r of the Hat
li tnllon Is hoiibyordotcd tn
lepo-t at the Armo j- en WED.
H IM1A V. th - 30. Ii inn . Doco.
rati n Day. at 1 oulrckp. m.
tduirp, in Pull D'C9i Uniform,
(event Co. 'C" whMiwillrc
i'JS l""l '" rii'ilviu uniiiiriii, mum
&' ill (.onUniciloii wi h tlic mntlnes
tin I sailors of lis U S S F.ncdilp Van
diilia, is mi eicort to CUo. XV. DiLojg
Poit. O. A. It.
II. F. IIEHBARD,
0. W. McLnnn,
Captain and Adjtitinl. fH 2t
Men of EnpiBBrs
Will t.ikc place il '-lie Limine lioim
of Mcclr.nie Kniic Com.
piny lui. B,
On Holiday Even'g, June 4, '88,
Pulls open at 0 o'e'n'k and cloc
at !1 o'i lock.
tSTS-'r-rctaii s of Hie scvrml Compa
rij- a e l-iipi-s oil to fll nitli llie ut der.
ingiie I their lit-U of qnnlliiul voters on
oi bi-foie Silurday, Juno 2nd.
Poi oi dm,
(it Id Chaimuin ot fileclioii.
&. A, R. NOTICE.
Hr.ADQUAitrr.tts, Geo. XV. DbLoxg")
Pot, No. 45. DiU'T. or Oali- !
roitMA. O. A. It.
Honolulu, May 28, 188S.
ORDER No. 2.
I. In pu-snanro of Goner il Order",
No , WEDNESDAY, JWjy 30lh, will
ho oWwcd bi' llus l'ist us ili-mo-inl
D.y. Ail 0 unradC3 will me t at Head
quilrtfis, Ring stioot, at - o'clock r. m ,
in D.nk Uloitiis, White Qio.us Black
Peh Il.its und Hartjies.
II. Tim Column will fmmouKing
stiLct in liont of Ilenil uin lei ami, es
corted ly tin I'altulion n Honolulu
Jtilles, and 31 trine: and B ue J.icUcIs
frnm tlio U. S. S. Vandnlin, ttl.e up lint
of March punnpily at r. jr.
III. llu C limn wilt inarch along
Tling eticet lo lVrl street, up toit Uriel
to iieietinli tr;tl, a'.cnij Buictnnii
i-trctt to Nuuanu Avenuu to tlio Come
iciy, wlieie appiopilatc f.eiitus will be
Lcid at our plot, in honor tf the memory
of o'.r urctase J ( on r ulc.
IV. All honoialily d.seliargrd Fol
ditiv, b-ailorj an I Maii.ns, or tho c now
in llio U. S. service, and buns of Veto
intH. aie coidially invited to join wiiii
tile Post i i the observance ot llie day,
and the cltlz-n- gjneiully are also in
vited ti p-utlj i tl'C
V. Piiemls ot our orpaiiiaticn arc
mnectfully uqujstuil tn peiil ilowen,
bot.q jets, ferns, ct ., to the Hall as curly
s convenient, whiuli will bo used fur
deem. it ion imrni-e3.
IV. Coiiuailis Mil cndcao- to im
pruis upon ihtir f it-nils th it Mcmoriul
iMj is not aii lidny dtvniid to a.nnsc
nii'lits, bu' a hoi dn, sirred to the
mm n nry ot tin ii-iiii Is who i.Ietl tint out
loiiuiry mijjlit live; m.d it i1, hoped mil
coinniiir.i'y will unite with us in the
solemnities, of the day. mill will, t-o far
as iractiealilp, elo-.u flu ir il.u es i f liuui.
liCis in the nlu-ruonn nf Wtdntsd.iy.
By ouiec of
V. V. AIIFORD,
J. P. Nor.i.r,
AijiUtnt. 51 2t
Under Distinfjuished Patronage.
Mr, Washington Irving Bishop,
Tile Original and World Eminent
MIHB READER !
Has conrciiKd In giwi a public ex'jm-
plitlcillnn of hirttlran-o
SATURDAY EVENING, June 2,
I'.rx 1 Ian will ho optn on Thuriluy,
att) o't-Jo'jk a ji , at .1, u. Unnvn &, Co'.s
Proeicds In aid of the Jlilti-h Henc
volvnt Soi iuty, llie A'licrlciu I5ento.
lent rioeiety ami the LUiuokulaul Kdu.
callonal rjoclely. BHw
IS heteby given lint Ohong I.enngand
thong Yueu hive so d nil ihulr
iluhtand I'.torcut in the ICong Fook
Yuen, PjovIbIoii ('oiupiiiv, on Minna.
l.pn Flieit, and In tlio Konsj F.iok Tnl
b oio nt llapjli'i. IC.iuiii. to Ohong Yuen
llo nrd thong Fonjr, who will uiiitiR.ro
tliu two eoni),u lo, and will rollect aud
niy nil debts of the firm of Kong Fok
Yueu Co, Bi lw
i. j-tB3Ji!ljiirkxJ.jL!mi 'l mn.i;.t.:ujt. Cma-jf-iau
FIFTH AN3UAL HEETIHG.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
. .. W-S
Ol'i ICIAIi I'HOt- 9t.V31.-ttC.
JlliiG 11, 1
rtaccs to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
-f, Milo Dash.
Free for nil.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mllo Dash.
For Hawaiian hied hoiscs owned
by nieiiibcis of tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become the ptopcrty of tho
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bind horses only to
haruess-Mllu Heat, best 2 In 3.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all. If but one stuns to
5lh KAPIOLANI PAliK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
Mile Hc.its, best 3 in 5. Pice for
all. All hor.-cs having a leeoid of
2:30 or better lo go lo wagon.
RUNNING RACE J Mile Dash.
Open to nl 3- ear old Hawaiian
hied lioises only.
7th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Fice lor all. Winner to heat tlieio
coid of Anglo A," 1 :45J. To be
inn for annually.
Gtli-HAVMIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RACE-4 Mile Heats,
1h'1 2 in 3. Hawaiian hied hotse-.
Cup to become the pioperty of the
w inner two consecutive years.
Olh JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swkkpstakls TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heat, best
2 in 3. Fice for all hoises that
have not a lvi-oid of 3 minutes or
better tobediivui in Fiazicr load
caits by members of the Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
Fice for nil.
11th PONY RACE.
5 Mile Dash.
Open to all ponies 14-handa or
under, ami 3-year old oroer.
EST" Rules reg.it ding entiles aud
staiting aie suspended in races against
IN KEGS OF 25 to 50 LBS.
FOB SALE OHEAP
G0N8ALVES & CO.,
51 Queen S'icet. .it
HORSE FOR SALE
PitlCE, $"0 cub Jly
liaj en riiigt- Horht-.
Ii thoroimhly binUen
isyz? and has a vciv enty gail
under llie sad He. C. M. HYDE,
No. 122 llt-retrtniii Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
ffXtfA "tOMFOItTABLB Co'tapo
$fr&&i " '" l"" " btrcet.ncar
felJSa Pilkoi, iiinuki side, recently
renovated. Liigo ymd, etc. It.-nl, $20
per month. App v io
J. E. MOWN & CO.
A GOOD DIUVi:, (nnriicd or un
mairlcd), wli'o can also takeeau
ot u giiiden. Wrlitrn npjilicatloaB witb
lefcienees ancl nicnlionint: of wagoj.
Addies3"0. D.," Huixltin Ofllcc.
WATCH Jk MAKERS,
SI Jtlnt; Street.
(Store formcily otcupied by into Wm.
All XScpaii.s AVarx-uiited.
ray ti-2 83 ly
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
.FL 'l ho Ueol paper In tuud aUioiit
65 per immim.
AltnWATW ot Two Ilurdrcil and
Fifty Djllurs (fJ'O) wlllbopnid
tin information Hint will lead to tlio
arrest and conviction ol tho person or
pirtonp, who ttoln the lollowing dt-a.
cilbed Jewelry fiom the rusidi-niu of
M-. V. ti. Luce, on Wednesday, May 10,
1 D'amond King, u Diamonds on tlio
1 Dlnniiind Hin;.', largo SolltalroDla.
1 Dliniond Hrorch, Gold Oyster Shell,
3 lurgo Jlaiumiila.
1 Ping, lai go Oriental SoUtniro Pearl,
1 Pr. .-olitairo Diamond E wrings,
1 Pr. Holiiiiitu Pearl Karrlu, lurgo
J NO. II. BOPEP.,
Mmt-lml'M rfflr.,., Mny V2. 1--B, 0 1 w
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertlbo it iu tho Daily Bcllbxin.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Lefoy.
On SATDRDaT June 2nd,
AT 10 O'OIilM It A. JI..
1 will s H ill ' ir c A n-'io , 1 1 'h
loiduncu "f II -I i ulil" ,Kq,
lilclmld ,-lm t, ip o , t- tin It yn- I lu
The Whole of Ills Honsoliold Furniture,
I li Is i g f
One Elegant Upright Piano !
By Btratliam & f'oy. 1 hU firm received
the 1st prize gold medal, at MichanicM
Fair, S. P., fur tlio siirorlorlty of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered In Silk & Plu h.
One Large Ulaek Walnut Etiigcre,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame Subject:
Drawing Room of Quocn Victoria at
St. James' Pnlaco.
One Luge Ebnt.lzed Finnic Minor,
Large and Small Rugs,
liioi.zu Ointimcnl, (.mulcts, Ui.in.
dellers and Lniiip,
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Tcnossee H. T.,
1 It. W. Pf rtidslead, 1 U V. lied.
loom Stt, Woven Wirt- &, Il.i'r Mat-
tr.isscs, Mo.qtiito Net, Hiadliig
nhlu inn fruitful rpnrilQ I
UUIIIUI JLUIJ1U i
Splindld 1. XV. Hdelio.ird, H. W.
Pilhu Kx. Dining TaM .t Chairs,
Cruikery & oli&nuuo, SjwingMu-
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Meat tafe, Ice piict, Veranda
Chair-, etc., eic. Also,
One Family Horse !
It oken to Saddle & Hat lies",
1 Side Saddlenearly new.
Of The house v ill bu open for in.
spiction on FRIDAY, pieIims to d-iy
( f tale. Thu Aiiciiiiiuer deins in call
attention to the lu'ies aud ecntleman of
llono.ulu to thin talc of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
-15 12t Auctioneer.
MISS. P. T1IIELE,
On Uctctnnii sticet near l'iikoi.
(Purmt'ily M Guire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and Gcrninn taught, and
Mumc Loiitns given.
A fnfo ctinvi-ji ncu will mill for and re
turn childr n livinc ul u di-ttucr.
7i Mil iKl'lo'iplmncNo 501. 3n
Tor baik " Ceylon,"
3,000 PKGS OF
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHrS F. GOLBURN'S,
4!) King Street. 1
SU&AR PLANT !
Ti.o Entire Plant of the
Is olh red Por Silo. The Machinery
ia ill perfect uoikii p order
and tnti5it of
One 28x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complclo,
1 Pair ol Bailers 6x20.
1 Double Effoct G and 7 foot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Blatto Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Togetlii-r with the mual nssorimcnt of
Clariflers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
Anil other M ichinery iif uiilly found
in a veil appointed mill.
Alto, a number of
California A Island Mules,
Cane Oirta & Gcn'l Planta;ion
Delivery will bo given afler nex' crop
lm bucn Jiar Oiled, Buy about July 1,
f3f Por further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Koliala, Hawaii.
For Japan & China
Tlio Kljpon Yrfci Kuhhu'j Flno
(2121 Ti us.)
Will bo duo at thh port on or about
.Tu no ril, 1888,
And will ict-in about (he lOlh of
sime month to Jupan. Thi lino vessel
has llrM class atcommodiiti n for
biiloon, beconil Cluis or Stecngj Pas.
Bengers. I'aS'enpuM for China will bo
trnnferrtd ul Yokohama.
BSS'-For fur her particulars apply to
WH. G. IRWIN & CO.,
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
uiost popular paper published.
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j mqgi i j."tam 'i.t.'!jtini m 'VmjitujuBj.eivmi.'jiv jai i ili .i .vi:uJ,Ju,PialllX( j.wt
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, May 31, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tnv 'alo r om, Qui in stioet, T will
tll t I'ulille Auction torn count
of uliom I. uiiy concern
A Quantity of Prints !
Damag d hi tho fire of May 20ih, in tbo
Wo Luu Sam Sing Co. Store.
JAS. F. aiOHGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, June 1st, 1888,
at io o'clock a. :tr..
At the ristdenco of .1 M. Oat. Eq.,
tinnin street. I will ell at Public
Household Furniture !
C.imt riii e
1 PreKco tt Parlor Organ,
VIckci Rickets, Cumins & ''ornic,
Pendant E-Jangs'g Lamp
Picture", Hugs Shells,
1 llaby Uurriiigc,
B. W. Marble-top Bedr'm Set,
fattrisc, Sfo'qiilto Net,
Koa Crib and Mnttrass !
n. XV. E.tcusion Table, Meat Kafc,
CiocKery & Glassware,
Gypsy Queen Stovo & Utensils, &c, &c.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Sale of Leases !
Py order of tho Trusties of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4tli, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Siilvrnoni, Queen strcot, tho
ijEASEd of tliu lollowing
Parcels of Lands,
Situated nt ICona. Mawaii, as tollows:
Fir a Ten of 15 Years.
1 The Almpiiaa of Waiaha, dts
ciibcd in li. 1. No. lf)30.
2 li-ind at Kaliului, Kona, dcEcribed
In H. P. o. 0177 A.
3 AliiiiUia of Kul.ulul. Kona, apaoa
3. II. P. 1CC0.
4 Ahui ma of Kalania, Kona, apana
2, It. P. 1(!Ui). I. O l.8f.lG B.
5 hupuua of Pahcehoe. Koni, K. P.
6 Alupuia of Krdo'jo. apana 11, L
C. A. 77 5, containinir -130 1 a.-res.
7 Aliui ma of L'lnihauikt, N. Konn,
iipanii ii, it It. T. 3Ui, containing 39)0
8 Ahuriiaa of Honuaula, apana 4
and 5, ot R. P. 3I4y, cuntatning 2048 10J
9 Ahi'punaof Mocanca, apana 27, of
L ('. A. aim
10 Alto, llie Lnsn fur Ti years of tin
Kul.1 pori'mn" if Slukaueii, nt Kalili,
Oahu miiUiil nf llie lice 1 1 intntion, a d
ixtindin.' to 'within 100 fcit tf fl:h
ponds nl II s "itnjity.
11 Als , llie LeuEO for 10 ycara of
the iinUii-itl portion uf lwllei, includ
ing S u.Finlieiy, containing about Cl
ucicd, moic or luai.
And at tl c snun time wi 1 be sild n
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Dtwrlbrd in R. P 3415, L. C. A. 9705 D.
coutaiun.j.; 3 Hoods und 14 K.ios.
T6rras Payable semi-annually In
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
nrst six montas' rent.
tSyFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustee?, or to
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
35 cod Auclionier.
J. I. Dowsett, Jr.,
W. H. Lowell -
Tho nbovo D.iiry has "come to stay,"
at d is prepared to supply
3PU3R3B WZLTJBZ !
To tho Honolulu Public nt
Would ifspcrtftilly solicit patronnge,
and refirs I y permission tn tlio follow
ing persons, viz: II. .1. Nolle, Dr. Mc
Wayne, Geo. V. Smith, of Uens'in,
bmllli ifc Co., Iliu iliiiaer of tho Ha
wiiiian Hotel and others as to tho qua
lity anit purity of iho milk. 4U lw
THE ONLY PAPER uad by nil
X closes Tho Dally Bullolin."
cents per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale ol Real Estato lu Kallhl Yallcy,
BY ordor of Pobett N. lioid, the un.
der-dpntd will cell at public auc
tion, at hU Salesroom, nn Queen street,
On Monday, Juno 1, 1SSS,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
The f'lllonliin piece of land sltunto In
Kallhl Val o . and more fully
1 A pltco containing nn area of
84 10-100 acres.
2 A phuo containing area of UO'jjJ
Both pieces include tho whole of tho
land doscrilod in No 15 otKo.inl Pa.
tent not to Alexander Adunsnnd known
as 'Kiwaalo.i," containing nn area of
",a G-iO acres.
This iiiiid hni been divl''ed In two
pieces running ft om the Kallhl sticam
to the top of iliu inoiiiitain on the last
side ( f llie valley and ndjoius tho pro.
petty (fill. A. Kobii.
The division was made with it view
of i-nnbl i g purclnels to obtain a unnll
farm and a mltalih: linmn. 1 lie laud Ib
BUitalile tor ti.o cultiv lion of banana,
an I otlur i-slnnd pioduclH
Tlio pieces will 1 o started at nn upset
prire of 4Qp.
J23Por turtlicr pnrtictilais apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 8t Aixtionecr.
Bailfliai Lift For SaieT
BY order of J. M. Jlonsarnit, I will
sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT IS O'CLOCK KOOW,
At my Salesroom, Queen Mreit,
The following BuiHiug Lots tiut-ited
on the north-west urE na t.ido ol Liliha
ureot, in Honolulu iniiul-.ii of tliu lesl
dmcc of JJeuj. Oumpb II, and opposite
tho KalunaPi-einitLs, viz.:
Lot A Frontage of 100 feetim Liliha
stieu. Deptli of GS.'t feet ou inauka
side mi J 6'J.8 feet on mid: il si le.
Lot-B Adjoining t o above lot on
inn kul till. Pioitage of 112 feet on
Lililni meet. Ihpih ot CO.'.t fuel on
mauka side and 32. 1 fed on nmkiii ride.
Lots A and B lio along Lililni street
iinmeiliiituly in lronl nf propoily be3
longing to ilic Catholic illusion.
Lot O-P.ontag- of fti feet on Liliha
stieit. D-ilh ol 175.0 feet en mauka
t.idc and 170.5 feet on niukai side.
Tiiles perfec t. Title Deeds and Maps
inuy bo slcii at my i flic-.
TEriMS---Half cash and half on morlgago
lor 1 year at 9 ptr cent annum.
JCSyDeeds and mortgages at tho ex-
pei.so of ptiicluiscr.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, Jnne 6ti,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Cant. Win, linger,
Jlonstirrat PrumiteF, Union s roe', I
will M-ll ui Public Auction, (on account
The Entire Househ'd Furnituref
Oaa Weber Spare Piano,
( V splen lid instrument, in good order),
Black W. Marble-top Center Table,
Lnrge Cmter Hugs, Sofa Rugs,
1 a light Pendant Chandelier,
One Ebony Parlor Set !
1 Iirgo B. XV. Book Ua e,
mtnoideicd Tables & Scarf,
Tj ice Curtains & I'olu-,
Ken-ington EmbioUcrcd Pictures
3 B. Y. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
1 B. W. Cht ff.mii re,
S 'ilng JhilintibCJ,
M sipmo Nets,
Decorated Climnboxr Set
1 Ash Bidrr om Set,
a Pino ftedrcom Sits,
1 Wheeler & XVI ton Buniig Mixhine,
1 Carved B.W. Ml Sideboard,
Vienna Dining & Aim Clialis,
1 Decorated Dinner S t.
1 Japnncsj Tea Set,
An aiBortment of
CROCKERY ana GLASSWARE,
1 B XV. ExUn-ion Dining lVblo,
Silver Plated Ware,
1 Uphols'eied Ued Lounge,
lHdtiy Clock, 1 11. V. Defk,
Ono "VVewtwoocl Stove,
KHrJiin Uti-iui s,
1 Ihfiigir.itnr, 1 Meat Safe,
Lawn Mower, Yerauda Chairs, &c, &c.
tSTTho pieml i-s i'l bo opnn for in.
Rpeetinn on TU1 SD Y, Juno 5th, from
9 x. m. to!) 1-. m
JAS., A. MORGAN,
Fort Strcot, nest Lucas Mill,
Ship's Blacksmitliing, Carriage
Building & Repairing.
Drays, Carts & Wagon Building a Specially.
Every description of woilc in tho
above linca performed iu u drat-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from the, other Islands solicited,
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