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NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONQ KONG.
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Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydnoy,
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Ohrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
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Transact a Gonersl Banking Business.
LLGISUTURE OF 188B. "The Dally
and Weekly Bulletin" contains tho
only correct und rcliablo leports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Plcdtred to neither Sect nor Parly,
But established for the benefit of nil,
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888.
little 9 1 of the "Rules of proce
dure of the Legislature" provides
that "Any member of the Assembly
may ask any question of an' Cab
inet Minister relating to his respec
tive department, by reducing such
question to writing over his signa
ture, and reading the same before
the Assembly, and furnishing baid
Minister with a copy of such writ
ten question. Any Minister so
questioned shall reply to such ques
tion upon the following day, unless
the Assembly shall grant hini a
definite extension of time for reply
ing." This rule, which was introduced
by Mr. S. B. Dole, is a reasonable
one. Ministers should not be re
quired,, as a general thing, to an
swer questions without due warning,
so that they may bo prepared to
gire the information desired. Rule
9J provides for the warning; but
wc think it might be done in a bet
ter way. Tho question is asked to
day and answered to-morrow. The
custom obtaining elsewhere is to
give notice of the question or ques
tions to be asked, furnishing the
Minister with a copy in writing.
When the notice has expired, the
member rises in his place, pro
pounds his enquiry, and receives a
reply forthwith. By this method
there js less probability of the sub
ject being overlooked or evaded.
HOW IT IS DONE IN ENGLAND.
In reference to the admitted dan
ger of Legislatures "postponing the
more important to the less important
bills," it may be said without fear
of truthful contradiction, that the
English method of legislation is
about the best of any hitherto tried,
for reducing the liability to a mini
mum. In the British Parliament legisla
tion is generally led and always con
trolled by the Government. Compar
atively seldom are bills of general
importance, or bills of any nature,
introduced by privato members. This
work is usually expected of the
Ministers. Private members, to be
sure, are at liberty to bring forward
bills of their own, and sometimes
do ; but they nre not at liberty to
monopolise any considerable portion
of a bession, or to thrust their bills
in advance of Government measures.
Days are appointed for the consider
ation and discussion of bills eman
ating from private sources, that is,
from outside the Cabinet ; but Gov
ernment work always takes tho pre
cedence. Tho Cabinet usually meets Par
liament at the beginning of a session
with its measures all carefully pre
pared and in readiness, and until
they are disposed of private mem
bers' bills receive scant attention.
These Cabinet measures involve the
Government policy, by which it
stauds or.falls. Failing to secure
tho support of a majority of the
House to these measures, or any
one of tliem, or failing to prevent
tho passage of a measure opposed
by the Cabinet, the Ministry either
resigns or dissolves the House , nnd
appeals to tho country. Tho failure
in cither case is considered tanta
mount to a direct voto-of want of
confidence. Thus tho Government
controls legislation, and prevents
the "postponing of the more import
ant to tho less important bills," and
when it can no longer do so for lack
of the necessary support, makes
way for a new Government from the
A remodeling of our political sys
tem, in ono or two essential parts,
would be necessary before tho same"
mcthott could be adopted hero ; but
whether thcio is anything in the
peculiar conditions of the country,
to operate as a futid objection against
the remodeling necessary, is a con
trovertible point. .
IT IS ABOUT SO.
Editor Bvlletisj: As a reader
of the newspapers published in the
English language in this city 1 have
been somewhat amused at tho very
general assumption by the writers
for the press that they voice publio
It is a question with me whether
the writers even succeed iu forming
nu opinion in the minds of their
readers. Moreover, it seems to mc
to be labor lost to attempt the form
ation of a general, or even a party
opinion in a community mado up,
as this is, of citizens of the world.
Wc have coteries of citizens repre
senting all the phases of thought of
all the civilised nations of the earth
in the science of human rules of
duty, and, besides all this, we have
masses of people, aboriginal and
foreign, who never do any thinking
worthy of the name of thought.
For this reason I soy that I am
amused at the utterances of wiiters
for tho press of this city.
The "Commercial Advertiser," as
the mouth-piece of the present ad
ministration, a role lately assumed,
would have us believe that there arc
political parlies in this Kingdom,
and that tho present ministry repre
sents a majority of those persons
who mry vote at tho elections for
members of tho Legislative Assem
bly. So far as my observation goes
wc have an intelligent coterie of
persons, moved mainly by self-interest,
more or less public spirited,
who believe in lho administrators of
the law, and then we have an
equally intelligent coterie of persons,
having motives equally personal,
who think that the present adminis
tration is altogether wrong-headed.
Unfortunately, but quite natur
ally, tho masses, who resent the res
traints and restrictions of law, range
themselves in lino with those w ho
arc against the administration. We
have no political parties.
It is also a misfortune that wc
have another element, a revolution
ary league, formed by individuals
more or less intelligent who domin
ate the Government.
Under stress of this league, and
believing, by reason of promises,
that .some personal advantage was
to be gained Ivy voting for the can
didates put forward by the revolu
tionists, the masses cast voles for
the members of the present Legisla
A recent writer, who represents a
very intelligent coterie of citizens,
suggests that the Ministers should
be elective members of the Assem
bly. In my humble opinion, if the
Ministcis, and their appointees,
value their oflices they should not
consent to run the gauntlet of ballot
boxes, at least not at this stage of
Reading this effusion over I am
most amused that I should try to in
NOTES AND COMMENTS FROM
San Fkascisco, Ma' 21.
People here look for news from
the islands, and arc surprised that
no stailling developments, political
or physical, have taken place. The
volcauo even is quiet. It seem3 to
have "paled its effectual files'' in
expectation of the promised poli
tical outburst at the metropolis.
But latest printed advices from Ho
nolulu give no indication of change.
Everything is serene.
The importation of sugar from
Hawaii has been large for the sea
sqn. The American refinery, or
rather the New York Sugar Tiust,
is shipping a good deal East by 6ca,
while nine large cargoes from Ma
nilla are on the way for the Califor
nia refinery. Ihis Manilla sugar
will be refined and marketed from
San Francisco, while a heavy per
cent, of tho Islands' sugar consign
ed to the Trust, will find its market
many months later, from New York.
One cannot help regretting this, be
cause it may p'ay an important part
in the tariff treaty fight that is iin-
pending. But the planters are"
voiceless and powerless. They
have tied themselves up or the
American refinery which represents
them have done eo for five years to
that illegal and rapacious combina
tion, the New York Sugur Trust.
It is doubtful even if the Cuba basis
will bo respected as to price. The
impression here is that the Trust
will fix its own price for raws, and
if so what en a planters do about it?
The Sugar Trust is being inves
tigated by the New York Slate Law
department, complaint having been
mudc that its operations nnd pur
poses nro against publio policy, and
intended to arbitrarily enhance the
price of a necessary of life. The
complaint is well founded. The
reply is an insolent appeal to have
the memorial of the trades organiza
tions dismissed, on the ground that
it' is an attack upon capital by labor,
and is made for political effect. The
Trust counts upon .being able to buy
the Attorney-General of New York
as Gould and other railroad exploit
ers have so often bought not alone
an Attorney-General but tho entire
The conditions have changed
somewhat of late, however, and in
view qf the coming picsidential and
state elections it is probable that
the Investigation go on( with at
least a show of cariiosliuss. But
the people look lo Congress to Kill
Hie "1 rusts," just as It was com
pelled to kill the railroad "pools"
by tho Inter-State Commerco law.
Long befoic the five years' contract
has expired the Sugar Trust will
have been dissolved, leaving no
trace of its existence except in vio
lated pledges and the impaired cre
dit nl tho weaker rennet ios which
joined it to "cinch" the consumers.
And then the Ainoiican refinery will
be called upon to finance fur the
planters under contract, nnd find n
market for their BUgar. Meanwhile
California beet sugar will be in the
market. So also w ill Manilla under
ndvauce 'contracts. Where then
will the American find a market for
its raws? Have the wise men of
Queen street and Maul figured on
that problem? If they have omitted
it from their calculations it is nbdut
time they set about solving it, for it
is certain to present itself iu the not
very distant future.
Colonel Sprockets has taken his
family to Philadelphia which is to be
his' future home. Ho was inter
viewed on his return East, when he
spoke very confidently of the beet
sugar enterprise in California. Ilu
says sugar can bo manufactured
from beets cheaper than cane sugar
can be impoitcd, and anticipates
that within reasonable time the
United States will pioduce all its
The production of cane sugar in
the South is now about 15 per cent,
of the annual consumption, but it
is not likely to be increased unless
cane is extensively planted in Flo
rida, which is spoken of. .The Wat
sonville sugar factor' is progressing
and tho beet crop is looking well.
The farmers expect to make from
80 to $100 per acre. Half of these
figures would be a great impovement
on wheat averages. The bare men
tion of such probable returns has
excited the fanners in tho Eastern
States, and should the Watsonvillc
experiment prove a success, as there
is ever' probabilitj' of its doing, a
great impetus will be given to the
cultivation of sugar beets.
A visit to the St. Andrew's Cathe
dral building, between Beretania
street and Emma Square, will be
welt repaid in the examination of the
beautiful structure of which the
larger portion is now completed.
Wc are told that if the building
were finished it would be ono hun
dred and fifty feet long, with an
average width ot fifty-live feet, and
would consist of chancel and choir
with nave of five bays and a porch.
There would also be twin towers at
the western end. Such a structure
would accommodate no less than
twelve hundred worshippers. Our
Episcopal friends have wisely con
cluded to build for the generation
now living, and have stopped with
the second bay of the nave. The
The west end has ocen enclosed with
led-wood in rustic pattern, neath
painted, and sanded on the outside.
Doois have been added, and win
dows, so well ornamented with
glacier window decoration that the
effect is that of good stained glass.
The suitable furnishing of tho in
terior of the Church is still to come.
Memorial stained-glass windows for
the chancel and choir arc on the way
from England, and will add greatly
to the beauty of the Cathedral. A
hydiaulic motor wilt be put in for
the blowing of the organ. With
these additions St. Andrew's will be
a most attractive place of worship
air', cool, impressive, a sermon in
stone, pointing to religious ways of
pleasantness and paths of peace.
The whole Christian community
of Honolulu rejoice with our friends
thai they have at last a noble church
to woibhip in. We understand that
the present structure has cost about
S70,000. For a much less sum
a sufficient building might have
been had twenty years ago. But it
would be ungenerous to criticise
plans and administration in view of
tho stately cdiuce now beforo us, an
ornament to tho city, a credit to its
builders, nnd a lit memorial of a
King and Queen of blessed memory.
May it ever be the centre of pure
worship and of earnest work for the
good of humanity, for the Divine
There has been a tendency in
some quarters torcgaid this Church
as a" foreign exotic, as existing for
English people and perpetuating
English religious traditions. This
is not the case. No form of religi
ous service is less tinctured with
nationalisms than that of the Eng
lish (or American) Episcopal Prayer
Book. Its publio services have a
more truly Catholic tono than those
of any body in Christendom.' Statis
tics show a rapid growth of tho
Episcopal Church in America where
its English origin is no argument
for its popularity.
Tho services upon Sunday morn
ing, tho 3d inst., when the new part
of tho Cathedral will be used for the
first lime, will bo .most interesting.
A cordial invitation is extended to
tho whole community, and we are
confident that man' will be present.
A full choir will render the music,tho
building will be handsomely decor
ated and a special sermon will be
-! TTORSE, Brake nnd
,f J-X Harness. Hoifo
can be warranted,
Broke and lluincfa
alniott new. Apply to
Beretania street, near Fort.
Tho Ag'tits of the
Oceanic 8. S, Com'y
llnr arranged for an Excursion
of IVnchcr wishing to vl!t
Uiu Convention of tho
Held In Sin Francisco,
July X Till to J30t.li.
Round trip ticket? from Honolulu to
Sun Francisco and return:
Which Includes the Inltlatton or mem.
bership feo nnd nil tho privileges
of the Association.
$S5For further particulars npply to
W. G. IRWIN & CO.,
Agents, O. S. S Co
MESSRS. J. E. Brown & Co. desire
td state that Mr. John Magoon,
in consequence of fulling health, ha-i
been compelled to temporarily lclln
quiih the collection of Ihc "DiilyBul.
lctin" subscriptions. TJiev fuiihcr desire
lo remark that Mr. Mugoon, by his
urbanity, energy nnd strict integrily,
has earned their bc3t wishes, and thiit
they trim the day is not lar distant
when ho will again he able to resume
his connection with them. 58 St
fpiIE members of the Honolulu Social
X Clnb are notifkd that the Social
has boon postponed until TUESDAY
NIGHT, June 5th.
59 It Secretary.
THE Saving's Bank Book of Mrs.
Jennie Daiglu with Bishop & Co.
has been lost. The payment of Rame
hns been Mopped. Any person finding
s-iiil Hank Book please deliver to W. C.
Parke. 58 2v
Will trke place at the Eneino Room
of Mechanic Engine Com.
pany No. 2,
On Monday Even'g, June 4,'88,
Polls opqn at G o'clock and close
at !) o'clock.
tSF'SeciclaTils of the sevend Compa
nies are rcqui stcil to file w ith the under,
signed their lists of qualified voters on
or uuioie situruay, Jimenu.
Ot td Chairman of Election.
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Childrens'
Black DiamoM Dye Hosiery
And a full line of
Sateens, All Colors,
VOIt SAIiP. AT
57 No. 10 Store. 2w
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
R10IIAHD O.VY FORD having leased
tho front premises from Sir. Mor
gan. King streot, will open the Mime as
a norso Shoeing Eelahlishinent on
MONDAY, Juno 4th, and will ho glad
lo sco his friends, as well ns tho public
hi general, 67 3t
WE havo again on hand n few of
our exceptionally superior Surf
.Boats in sizes from 18 to 21 feet. As
these boats speak for tliemsthc.j, wo in
vito Inspection. Piico us low as nny.
Wo havo also several 70 lb Clinker,
copper-fust, recreation boats, with oars
and rowlocks, complete. Capable of
holding tlireo perrons. Jmt the thing
for an Impromptu rogatta, spin around
harbor, luko or river. Price fiom 50 to
CO doliais. Albo a light BagguguE.
pros with two porlablo'iu-hi wed seats,
handy for hublnctB or a family out of
town, an I ono ttrong Hand Cait, Cheap
for cash, at J A. DOiVUIW,
JMutei's Line, Punchbowl St
Mutual Tele. No. !J25, l O. Box No. 450.
COTTAGE TO LET.
jm flOMFOKTAELK Cottogo
citiA v on Bjietsnmbtreet, near
&&Efl3 Piikol, inuulu side, recently
renovated. Largo yniil, otc. Kent, $20
per month. Apply to
m lw J. E, BROWN & GO,
Under Distinguished Patronage
SATURDAY EVENING, Jnne 2
Iu aid of tho British Benevolent Society,
the Aml-rlo in Buiu-voh nt Society
and tlicLllliioknliiiil tducn-
Mr. Wusli. Irving -Bishop
Tho Original and World Eminent
MIND READER !
In Startling Experiments,
, Do tho Doad Rolurn?
By special request,
Miraculous Sprit Manifestation in tho
Full Gaslight I
Charming Music by the Royal Hawaiian
Band, 1v kind pcrmi-i-ion of His
Mystery, Mirth and Music !
Box Plan will bo open nn Thursday,
nt9 o'clock A. M., at .1. E. Bwiwn & CoV,
Merchant street, nnd tickets olilnltiublu
there and nt iho bonk stores. Gt Iw
Return to Honolulu of tho Popular Lec
turer and Famous Traveler,
SIDNEY DICKINSON, M. A.,
Of Boston, with two now and bril
liantly illustrated entertain
ments at the
Hawaiian Opera House,
HOMY and THURSDAY EVENINGS,
Juno 4Ux fc 7Ui,
For the Benefit of the Honolulu
Y. M. C. A.
First Evening "Spain ; tho Moors and
the Pulaci' of the Alliambni, Ferdinand
Second Evening "Paris; the World's
Capitnl and its Gic.it Art Exhibition of
Superbly illustrated ly colored screen
pictuic", containing over 400 njuaro feet
of turfaco, projected by powerful oxy.
By general rf quest At the close of
his lecture on Monday evening. Prof.
Dickinson will exhibit selection fiom
lm views of the S.indwish Irlauds, pre
pared for him in Purl, and shown with
brilliant success throughout the United
Popular price Couise ticket', $1.fi0;
general admission (dies circle), SI;
gallery, 75 cen's; pit, DO cvnts Seuts
reseivcd on Monday niorninr, at H
o'clock, nt A. I. Ilewi-ti'.-, Merchant
street. Doors opiu lit 7-;0, lecture at
8 o'clock. 57 4t
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
"Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, June 5th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Japan & China
Tho Nippon Yuscn Kaisha'a Fino
Will bo duo nt thi3 port on or about
Juno 3rd, 18S8,
And will return about tho 10th of
suae month to Japan. This lino vessel
has first class atcommodnti' n for
Saloon, Second Class or Stecrngo Pas
sengers. Paswngcra for China will be
transferred at Yokohamn.
flSTFor further particulars apply to
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO.,
43 tf Agents.
Tni trustees under tho deeds of trust
fiom HU Majesty will make a
statement of account for tho fix montliB
ending May 3), 1688. Patties hnving
claimb are invited to bo pment nt tho
hall In tho Mflnerny Block. SATUlt
DAY MOBNINU, Juno 2nd, at 11
o'clock. S. M. DAMON,
57 2t Chairman.
IS hereby given that Ohong Leong
has told till his liglit and in
terest in tho Kong Fook Yuen, Pro.
vision Coinpmy, on Maunakca street,
and in tho JCong Fork Tal hioig at
Hanalel, Kauai, to Chong Yuen no
and Chonjr Pong, who will manage
tho two compaUei, and will rolled and
piy all debts ot the firm of Kong F.mk
yuen Co. 51 lw
HORSE FOR SALE
PltlCE, $'0 cash My
bay carriage Horse.
U thoroughly broken,
and lias u very easy gait
under tho saddle. C. M. HYDE,
fi) tf No. 122 Ui-retania Sticct.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
PER lu tho Kingdom "The
Daily Bulletin," CO cents, per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On MONDAY, km 4th, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOOX,
At my S ilu loom. Quron street, I will
sell at Public Auction
Four Desirable Lots,
At Knplolanl Park, as follows!
Lots Hos. 127, 128, 129 & 130
On tho mnkal side of tho Park, running
from tho toid to tho sea, nnd adjoining
the lots of T. May nud Dr. Wight, Hlzo
of each lots, CO feet front by f 00 feet
Tlieo lo's nro situ tied on tho beach,
in a phasant locilily and offer
an opportunity to procure a
DeligMfQl Sea-side Residence,'
t5?For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
G" (it Auctioneer.
Valuable City Property!
By order of A. .1. Carlwright aud W. P.
Alton, Assignees of tlio I'stato of
Flunk mown, I will sell
nt Public Auction,
On' MONDAY, Jnne 4tli, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK. NOON,
Mnal Parcel of Lai,
Sltua'ed on Merchant street, between
the Schacfer Uuilding and Knlakaua
Hnlc, containing an nrei of 9,803 squnro
feet, and bounded ns follows:
Running 35 210Icet along Merchant
street, 100 010 feel nlong the Sthiefcr,
Jaeger and Cummin's lot, 2"5 P-iO fcH
alone Anti'on prrpirly, and lOJC-10
fctt along Govprnmeni lot.
The sule tf t.iis vnlunblo property
offers ono of tha few opportunities to
Valuable Bmlis Site !
In tho business portion of tho City.
BSTFor further paiticulars npply to
the Ajsignec, or lo
JAS. F. MORGAN,
55 Ct Auctioneer.
Sale of Leases !
By order of tho Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell ut Public Auctioti,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho
.LEASES of tho following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona. Hawaii, as tollows:
For a Term of 15 Years.
1 Tho Ahupnaa of Waiaha, dts
crlbed in It. P. No. 1030.
2 Land at KnliuluiKona, described
in It. P. No, CJ77 A.
3 Ahupuiu of Kuuului, Kona, apana
3, R. P. 1CG9.
4 Ahupuaa of Kalama. Kona, apana
2, It. P. lOO'J, L C A. 8510 B.
0 Ahupuita of Puhochoo. Kona, R. P.
6 Ahnpuaa of Kaloko, npaua 11, L.
O. A. 77i5, containing 4800 acres.
7 Aiiuputta of Lnnihauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of It. P. UM3, containing 3910
B Ahuruaa of Honunula, apana 4
und C, of It. P. 3149, containing 2048 100
9 Ahupuaa of Jlocanoa, apana 27, of
L. C A. 91)71.
10 Also, the Lenso for fi years of the
Kiila portions of Mokauca, at Kalilil,
Oaliu. makul of tho rice plantation, and
ext'jndin? to within 100 feet cf fish
ponds of HJs Mnjesty.
11 Also, the Lease for 10 years of
the unleased portion of Iwllei, includ.
lug Sea Fishery, containing about C4
acres, moro or less.
And nt tbe same time will bo sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina
Describod In It. P. 3415, L. C. A. 0705 B.
containing 3 Roods' und 14 Itoos.
Terms-Payable semi-annually in
advance. Possession giyen on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
ES?For further particulars apply to
tho Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
35 cod Auctioneer.
ALL amounts duo the firm of Brown
& Co., Wino A. Spliits Merchants,
or Honolulu, that were contracted pro
vlous to the 80th day of March last, if
not settled before tho Oth day of Juno
next, will ho placed in tho hands of n
legal proi-ecutor, with instructions to
buo for, and recover at onco.
A. J. OAUTWItlGHT,
W. F ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21, 1688 481m
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X The beat paper to send a broad
85 per annum,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
- r - .it.-
Sale of Real Estato In Kalihi Yalloy,
"OY order of Hobcrt N. Bowl, tho tin.
7iZ, , ,r?ipJ,e.d win 8o11 nf public mic
Honolulu, rm on Quo'rtntt,
On Monday, jlmo 4, i8S8,
AT IS O'CLOCK A-OOX,
ThofnlloiNliiirpicco of land sltuntc in
841l7.t00,acrcs.Cmfl",ldS U "10
2 A pkoo containing nrcu of 39
Both ploces include tho whole of the
Innddcscriled In No. 16 of lloal Pa.
tent rot to Alexander Ad uns nnd "known
?8 S"' C011tini nrea of
This laud has been divided in two
pieces running from tho Kalihi stieam
to the top of il,u mountain on ihe last
Tho division wns made with a view
of enabling purchnscis to obtain a small
farm and u tultnblu home. The land is
sulinblo for the culllvmion-of hanuna
aud other island products.
Tho pieces wilf Lo started at nn upset
priro of 400 each. H
tSTFot further particulars' apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Bill Lols For IT
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT IB O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street,
The following Building Lots shunted,
on tho north-west or Ewa side ot LI I I, a
street, iu Honolulu mnuka of the nil
dencoofBenj. Campbill, and oppMlte
tho Kaluua Premises, viz.:
B,?0 A-Pr?nlgo ot 100 feet on Liiiha
s icet. Depth of C8.3 feet on mouka
side und 59.3 feet on inuk.il hide.
IiOt B Vdjoliiinpr tie above lot on
mnkal side. Frontage of 112 feet on
Lililm street. Depth of 00.J fcel 0
mauka side and 32.3 feet on mukai tide.
Lots A and B lie along Liliha street
immediately in from of property bo
longing to the Cutholic Mission.
Lot O-Frontagoof 83 feet on Liliha
stiea. Depth ot 175.0 feet on mauka
Mdc and 170.5 feet on mukai side.
Titles perfect. Title Deeds and Maps
may be seen at my office.
TERMS---Half cash and hall on mortnana
tor 1 year at 9 per cent annum.
JCDceds nnd mortgages at the ex
pense of purchaser.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C3 7t Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY, June 6th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. Br.,
At the residence of dipt. Win. Unger,
Monsairat PiumUcs, Union slreot, I
will bell at Public Auction, (on accoun
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
One Wete Spare Piano,
(A splendid instrument, In good order)
Black W. Marble-top Center Table,
Largo Center Hugs, Bofa Hues,
1 SJlight Pendant Chandelier,
One Ebony Parlor Set !
1 Largo B. W. Book Uuc,
Kmbroidered Tables & Scarf,
Laco Curtains & Poles,
Kenoington Kmbroidered Pictures
3 B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
1 B. W. Cheilonifie,
Decorated Cliambor Sots
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
a Pino Bedioom Sets,
1 Wheeler & Wilson Bowing Machine,
1 Carved B.W. H.T. Sideboard,
Vienna Dining & Arm Chairs,
1 Decorated Dinner Set,
l Japaneso Tea Set,
An assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 B. W. Exteii'lon Dining Table.
Sliver Plated Ware, -
1 Upholstored Bed Lounge,
1 8-day Clock, 1 B. v. Desk,
One Westwood Stove,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Meat Safe,
Lawn Mower, Yeranda Chairs, &c &c.
CS57TI10 premiss will bo open for in
spectlon 011 TUESDAY, Juno 5th, from
0 a. m. to a I'. M. '
JAS. A. MORGAN,
53 t'l Auctioneer.
ALI. VeJ.t0lll "wing bills against
M. T Marshall, niust present
them on or beforo Saturday, June S!nd,
m I leave for San Piancitco on Tues'
floy, and all persons owing mo money
will pleaso pay up beforo that date.
Mil. Wray Taylor is authorized to
colli ct all bills outstanding and
due tho "Pacific Commercial Advor
tisrr" to May 30, 1888, and all claims
against said pupor to that date can bo
Bent to the ofllce of J. H. Walker,
SprcckelB' Block, bq 3
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