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All persona holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rates,
aro hereby notified that the water
rates for the term, ending Deoeuiber
31, 1888, will bo duo and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on tho 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates loniaining unpaid
for fiftuen days, after they nro due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will plcnso
pseeont thoii Inst lecoipt.
C1IAS. H. WILSON,
Supl. Honolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, IT. I., June 13, 188S.
, 07 3t
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islamic.
Draw Exchange on tho
Baiilc ol Calilbrnltt, H. X.
And their agonts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
MoBsrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Sou, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact n General Banking Basmcs.1.
LGISLATURE OF 1088. "The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains the
on'y correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
rv IX 33
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
23ut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1888.
A DEMAND FOR JUSTICE.
Editor Bulletin: Just as our
mind's eye perceives the first hope
ful glimmer on the horizon of Ha
waii's futuie, an incident occurs,
which, like a threatening thunder
cloud, shuts out the welcome light.
The man Trainor is dead 1 Laid
away in an unknown, uncared-for
grave, he has become puit of na
ture's wealth. His hopes and
loves, his virtues and vices, his sor
rows and joys, all rest with him be
neath Hawaiian soil.
There is nothing strange about
this common occurrence. A man
dies, friendless and destitute, is
buried and forgotten.
There would be nothing strange
in his case if we had the mitigating
satisfaction to know that our duty
towards this stranger had been
done. But it was not, and as long
as this criminal negligence is not
branded upon the inhuman wretches
who perpetrated the devilish deed,
which cries loudly for investigation
by an enraged public, whose feel
ings have been lacerated and whose
manhood lias been insulted, that
long our national escutcheon will be
besmirched by this blot of cruel
neglect, and when the Recording
Angel shall havo cnteied in his Book
of Doom thi3 barbarous deed, he
will set a nmik upon the page; and
on the Day of Judgment God will
clear the Court of Heaven before
He opens the detestable record.
Friends, let us lemcmber that
this man who suffeied from our
neglect was once cared for by gentle
hands, that hearts kind and true
loved him or may love him still, and
that he is a child of the same in
heritance which all of us may justly
claim in a civilised community,
whicli is brotherly love. Yet Slercy
has been cheated, Truth belied, and
now one and all or us, demand that
Justice, with all her majesty and
sternness, step to the fore and deal
with these inhuman men, who were
tho direct or indiiect cause of this
stranger's death, as they dealt with
And not until they arc brought to
light will the remembrance of Sir.
Trainor's dcatli become bearable to
our memory, and not until then will
the blush of sharoo fade from our
checks, and our eyes sparkle, if not
with Joy, yet with satisfaction in the
knowledgo of having done our duty.
Sleep thou, O stranger, in peace!
and reverently we ask thee to look
down upon us with SIcicy'tf eye.
Wo ask forgiveness of thee and offer
in return all the amends we can
make. John F. Smith,
L.IL.U. 1.. J L-&J
Editou Bulletin: The repoit in
tho Bulletin says, in regard to the
trotting race on Juno 11th, "it was
generally consideied a swindle."'
Now, in justice to myself, 1 cannot
let this pass without making a few
My horse Mink is very fast but
very unreliable, nnd performed
much better to wagon during the
raco than he has at any private
trial. His mouth is very sore as
Dr. Rowatt can testify, which help
pel to make him act ugly in the Inst
licit. lbct$13non him nml lost
it ns 1 can prove and if I bad
faith in the horso would have back
ed him in the thousands. Now, I
nm willing to give Slink to any res
ponsible partj' that wishes to match
Albert L and it won't cost thorn a
cent. 1 will wager with such party
taking Slink, or tiny olbcr person
who wishes, any sum from 850 to
$500, that Albert,!., enn and will
bent Slink under same conditions as
those of June 11th.
II. J. Aoxmv.
Nothing special in the criminal
department of the Police Court this
morning. In the civil depaitmcnt
llyman Bros, brought two suits
against J. Knkinn for $71.83 and
interest and 8115.97 and interest.
Both cases were continued to the
27th. Ana sued C. T. lloyt for $32,
and W. C. Peacock sued W. L.
Wilcox for 570 : 12. Tho former was
continued and tho latter settled.
A native case of trespass was set
tled by one party paying 50 cents
nnd tlic other $1.00.
WOES OF MAJESTY.
Queen Victoria is in possession of
a bronchitis which tires her exces
sively. The Piince of Wales lias the
influenza. The Duke of Edinburgh
n chronic inflammation. King Otto
of Bavaria is mad. The Emperor
of Austria suffers from lassitude,
his nir is gloomy and his nights arc
restless. Ho is often heard to ex
claim: "Then I have a treaty of
alliance and friendship with those
who have inflicted Hadown upon me.
The Empress Augusta is paralyzed
and the celebrated Philadelphia beer
may be had at the Criterion on
CONTRIBUTIONS TO CHARITY.
Following is a list of the contii
butions to the luau given to the in
mates of the Branch Hospital, on
the 11th hist.:
N. B. Emerson 3, Dr. Sutliff $2,
Sir. Wall $1.25, Dr. Day $1, Prof.
Dickenson $1, J. A. Hopper $5, A.
Campbell $5, T. K. Foster $10, W.
Cunba $3, S. IJoth $2, Sir. llopp
$5, J. A. Waterhouse Jr. $5, II.
Waterhousc $10, II. S. Tregloan $1,
Mr. Williams &1, II. F. Lewis $1,
G. C. Williams $1, 3 Cashes from
friends $3, Benson Smith & Co. $3
and 3 dozen perfumes, Ilollister &
Co. 0 dozen soda water, Sir. Horn
4 dozen soda water, 1 large cake,
2 boxes piize candy ; W. L. Green
1 large cake and candies, S. Damon
5 sponge cakes and candies, W. II.
Cornwell 1 keg of sugar.
Tho affair was a decided success
and was highly appr ciatcd by the
THE HAWAIIAN BLUE RIBBON
Tlic Temperance Society among
the Hawaiiaus bad a gala day on
Saturday last. The attention of the
natives was devoted to the Sunday
School exhibition dining the fore
noon, but as these exercises nenred
the close, the people men, women
and children all drcsssd in their
best came streaming in to the premi
ses of Queen Emma Hall and lcstcd
under the cool shade of its trees.
By one o'clock over COO pei&ons had
gathered here and ice cream, ice
cold soda and cake3 fresh from the
Pioneer Candy Factory were served
to the eager multitude. At 2 p.
m. the Royal Hawaiian Band took
its station and played to the delight
of the people, a larger pioportion of
whom were fiom the outer districts
and wlfft had come to the capital to
the anniversaries of the week.
It was diflicult to obtain quiet for
tlic speech making that followed,
but the Stentorian lungs of Mr. W.
B. Keanu of "Wailuku finally secur
ed tho attention of all the audience,
except the small boys who were too
intent after Horn's buns to listen to
even a temperance speech.
Hon. H. S. Townsend followed in
English, his remarks being inter
preted by Hon. II. 'W.iterliouse.
Mr. T. G. Gribblc then held tho at
tention of the listeners in a ciisp
speech interpreted by Hon. A. F.
Judd. Revs. S. L. Desha and E.
S. Timoteo, always favorites with a
Hawaiian audience, closed tho
speech making and tlic pioccssion
was formed by the committee who,
distinguished by largo blue rosettes,
acted as marshals.
Led by ihe band and tlic blue
banner of silk, the procession con
sisting first of Sunday school chil
dren, next of women, then of boys
and lastly of men, all four deep, and
at least 500 persons marched out
of tlic gate. The line of March was
down Nuuanu street to King, thence
up ICing to Fort street, and up Fort
to Bcietania, thus passing the ma
jority of tlic liquor saloons, whose
destructive woik ruining the 11a
wniians it is the object of this So
ciety to suppress.
On rcacliing Queen Emma Hall
again the bantj played for 6ome timo
longer, and the people gradually
Tlic Uluo Ribbon League among
the Hawaiiaus is conducted by a
committee of the Y. M. C. A. of
Honolulu, who hire these very con
venient and commodious premises
in the interests of tho Hawaiiaus
and Japanese. The few foreign
visitors at tho celebration last Satur
day felt much encouraged nt tho
zeal of Ilawaiians in the temperance
cause and nt the impulse forward
given to it by this festival.
THE DAILY BULLETIN lnn-lim
JL largest cilculauon of nny paper
printed in thlfa Kiugdnm. CO cents per
OX Slondiy, a Scarf fin. representing
a fly and containing diamonds and
tnppltlres. The finder will bo rewarded
on returning same to Mr. A. W. Bolster,
at Williams Art Gallery. 07 It
HAVING heard considerable talk
about the trotting raco an tho
till) of June being n swindle, I will
match "Albeit L." nuninst "Mink"
utnlci saiuiscnmlith n ns lib ltini,'sW,
for any nun from ?1 lo $1,000. ti
biitlv in ihii Kingdom In dilvu Ink."
07 Ut D. 1L DAVltf.
ALATTY Is desirous of obtaining a
siiuiitlon ns nurse to a child or lo
Jifcsist a tin ill family, and do plain cook.
Inc. Apply to
07 lw .T. E. BUOWX & CO.
TVTY SOnilKL ""addle
JLX llortc, pcrfi ctly
gentle and sound in
W. P FREAK,
Oithu Co lego.
UNITED STATES LEGATION.
ALL clilens of the United States
lcsldcnt heie, nro invited to meet
tit the Hawaiian Hotel, FRIDAY
EVENING, June lfiih, at 8 o'clock, to
consult In lefrrciiee to the observance
of the Fourth of July.
GEO. W. MERRILL.
Honolulu, Juno 13, 1&83. 07 3t
rpo the Creditor of Hie E'tntc of Lorn
X Chock (Cli), of Honolulu, a bank
rupt, take notirc:
That (he undersigned, Assignees of tho
Eilulu of Llin Chock, u bankrupt, havo
pret arutory lo their lliuil account and
dividend tubmlitul iheir account in
moll Assignees nt d 11 e 1 tho Fame he
fore Hon. E. Pruslnn, Justico of tho
Supreme Conn, at his ('numbers, to
whom he will applv at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, the'lflih it St., for settle
inent of aid iici'outit and for a dis
charge fioin ii 1 liability n such At
sinncc, nnd for an older to make a
And that nuy jcismi interested may
ihcn and there appear nml rontr't Ihe
same. W. C. PARKE,
A's'-ignfers Eft Uu t Lun Ci.uck.
Honolulu, June 13, US. 07 3t
Fiist appearance in this city of
The Wonder of ihe 10th Century.
THE ONLY GREEK
Prestidigitator & Necromancer
IN THE WORLD.
Who h performed in the principal
cllie-. of tho wor'd, before ihe
Really of E igland, Ger
main , Fiance, R ibbin,
ami (Has ol the
Who has roceicd many handsomo
GjUI Medals. Will nppinr
On Saturday Even'g, June 16th,
At the Opcr.i House in Honolulu.
Door Open at 7:30. Commences at 8..
Box plan will open nt tho rulec of
J. E. Blown A- Co., ut 9 o'clock a. if.,
on Thursday, tho 14th mt. 07 id
A DIVIDEND of Ten Dollars per
fcharcwill lie payable Juno 13th,
18t'8, toil OblockholdeisofGrovcRinch
Plantation at ihu ollleo of Castle &
J. B. ATHERION,
Treasurer, Gioio Ranch I'lunlaliiin.
Honolulu, Juno 13, ISSS. 01 St
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Ihhind subscription, 84 pur annum.
A DIVIDEND of Fifteen Dollars per
Bliare will be pajubln Jui.c 13th,
18d8, in the EtoeliholdeiB of the IColmla
Hugar Cnmpnii3' at the office of Ciihtlo &
J. B. ATIJERTON.
Secretary, Kuhahi Sugar Co.
IJonolulu, Juno 12, 1B8S.
(Sjccc.-Eors to Sanders' Express &
Burg si E.sprcss)
H. N. SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'trs.
onU'o. Hi Jllua Htieet.
Ey tho consolidation of the abovo
monilo'iul 1 ii loons imrrusul inell tW
nro obtiiiud to sutl-fy iho mints ut tho
public in the cuidiieiiug of a
General Drayage & Express Business.
Vngrin of tho Company aro present
utarrhalof crcli l'i reign and l-lands
steamer. Full (.huge t ken of nil bag
gag b nnd piuu is oi trm-lun-, unit the
tatiio (hiektd tlir-uh win n nercfinry,
to all po nt". Special attention given to
the removal of pianos iu.il furniture io
and Irom nil pi lots in the chy and
suburbs. RinsonabloiatcB l'i r guicial
d a lug anil all business promptly ut
tended to. .
Telopliono No. 00 -Jt" Give Us a Call.
Jf. It. 'lli c 'Heeling rf Rubbish,
tumidly curled on by Air. N. V, Hur.
gist, will bo oirrlcd on an Utiiul and
orders limy I c lo't ut. a' ove. (11 itn
TOB PRINTING of all kind, ejee
tf cuttd ut the Daily Bulletin Office
Will lea Honolulu
On MONDAY, Juno 18, 1888,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. 3I
FOR THE VOLCANO.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO'Y,
T70R PALE at tho Reformatory
ju acnooi, oy ino uuio or ton,
W. G. NEEDHAM.
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co,
Grvtlkmgn: I have made a chcnil.
cal examination of the sample of Taio
Flour which j on have sill milled to mo
nnd Unci that same is entirely tree frum
nny injurious Mib'lnnro whatever.
Yours vcrv trulv,
GBO. W, SMITH,
Honolulu, Juno 1. 1888. Co 3t
.Jut received a lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
The above ate of thi? year's manufacture
and from the lending factories
of tho E ist.
, W. MACFARLANE.
AT tho JIklki I'ntado Grounds one
Plain Gold Ring, innikcd on tin
iiibido with the following k-tiurs, "R. W.
H." The owner can have tho snnc by
applying at the Station House and 11113
iug costs of this advcitlsenu'tit.
O. L. UOl'KINS,
Honolulu, June 1i 1S88. CG 2t
Dr. Yhitney's Dental Rooms
"T7S7"ILL be closed during the month?
TT of July and August. 01 hv
MAN of iireproiehablc chninctei
and lmliiK bo is well nrnualnted
with the ivsldcnis and local! io of the
city, an 1 "illnj; to accept a moilerato
salary io 'ccuro a dcairalle nnd pcrnia
neni opnnlug may add i ess I'o-tofllcc
Box No. :51, with roffienccs, staiinir
age, experience and sa aiy reqiind.
None oilier noticed. t4 ill
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 'iVImle Ho-it, 30 feet long, 8 feel
deep, 8 Itct wide; Ji 22 tret bml Boat-;
1 18 feet Mil f Bnal; 2D cUd I luuper
1(3 feet long 0 feet 0 iuchi'S wide, 2 leul
0 inchest deep, with mast and s.iilh nil
complete; 1 2J feet bulling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete Applv to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder nnd General Jobber, fil tf
IS hereby given
bus cold all
ihut Ohong Lcnng
his iiirht and in
terest in the Kong took iuun, Prp
vislon Compuiy, on Aliiunnkea street,
nnd In the Kong Fo k Tni s oic nt
Hunnli'i, Kauai, to Chong Yuen II"
nnd Chong Fmig, who will mnnaue
ihctwocompn ic, and will colled arid
piy all debts ot the dim of Kong Fook
Vucn Co. 51 lw
WILL be rccchcd at the ofllco of
ildcr & Co. for the iiddition to
the Vnnory, on Berttunin s reet, until
TUESDAY, June 12th, al 12 o'clock
noon, 'plans and specification rany be
teen at the same place.
II. I HEBBARD,
E. F. BISHOP,
04 3t Armory Committee.
Cash Buyer for Cottage.
ANTED to purchase a
Cottage of about four
rooms, with a small lot, situ
ated in a dcsirablu neighborhood, con.
venicnt to the I y Oi stoimr will paj
till cash, if iiroportv silts and is offered
nt n fair price. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
08 !tt Corner of fort & Merchant Stf .
nOUSE TO L.ET
AT Ihe corner of Fort and
Kukui btrcoK Ennuiro
i of S. ROTH,
Cor. Fort & Merchant SK
A0KE9 of 1 ind ffneed.
Good tor garden, rico or
cuttle fi-cd (ibiiudantly nup.
plied with water, next Puna,
lion, Honolulu. Apply to
O. T, GULICK,
A COTTAGE, ntCielgslde,
Nuunnu Valliy, con
tuiniiiK six rooms", wfih out.
buildings. Mablos and every ronvenl.
nice AddreB', "COTrAGE," IIulletik
ollleo. 03 1 w
SITUATION ns diior, in a privato
family. Thoroughly understands
horses, etc. Reference idvcn. Apply
lo "A B. 0.," Bdm.vtim olUce. 1.3 U
NEATLY "DON Band with despatch
at the HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA
BLES. Hand Clipper. 82tX
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale of Liquors
By order of W F. Allen nnd A J Cut-
wrlght, A8iptifi8 of the Estate
of F Brown, I will sell
nt Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, June 14, 1888;
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the Btoro of Drown & Co,Mcichnnt
street, a Genet at Asort.
in en t of
Gins, in red, green and blue (is.
Stallion, KfV nnd other binndi, in
Gins, in Bulk I
Scolch, Iiisli nnd Amcrlcnn
In Bulk and Cases,
All Qualities o! BRANDIES 1
In Bulk and Bottlm,
Sherry and Port Wines !
In Bulk and Bottles,
Madeira nnd Mnlnga Wines,
In Bulk. A large Assortment of
In Cases. A variety of lino
White and Red BURGUNDY !
An Assortment of Liqueurs, Clins.
Enrre, Goulct and other
, Etc., Etc., Etc.
BSSrTho LlquoiH will bo sold in bond
and duty paid, and comprise a general
assortment of the regular class and
kinds kept for sale.
J AS. A. MORGAN,
Landlord's Notice of Sale of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS. Kconi (k), of Honolulu,
litis maiio default in the payment
of lent of cirlhin pmni'cs sl'untidon
Stni'h 6lieet, in s.id Honol 1 , and has
allowed the Sinv! to become in arrears,
and, whereas Iho undersigmd 1ms iliy
tiained the goiuN and chattels of paid
Keoni (k) to s-atify such arrears: Notice
js he cby givm tlmt taid goods and
chattels, io wit: 1 cnlage, will bo sold
at pubic nuition al the" Saleroom of
J. F. Morcnn. auctioneer, on Queen
street, in tnid IIoiolulu,
On Saturday, June 23, '8S,
AT 1 O'CX-OCIt xoox,
Da e.l Ho- o'nlu, Juno 0, 188 2 Nil
Sale of Leases
By order of iho 'trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Balcsri om, Quteu btrect,
On WEDNEMY, June 27th,
AT IS O'CLOCK. NOON,
The Lejses of tho following
Pieces or Parcels of Lands,
Term of 15 Years:
1 House Lot at Kuwainliao, King
btreet; E. U. A. b24 Ii, ci ntiinhn; f.O .
bquaie fathoms. Upiet puce, $o00pji
S-Lot SB nt Kupahulu, Walkikl
op.tua t2. E C. A. 8SS9 U, :il acres.
Lot at Muiua. R. P. 180. 0 30.100
'I Lot nt Manoa. L. O. A. 19D0. R.
P. 2501 73 100oues.
5 Laud at Monnulua. anana 2 and 3.
,R. P 420. L O. A. 175J 8.1.100 aciea.
G Lund at Kailiia. Ouhu, upuna ii.
Gram 3100. fi ',5 100 acres
7 Land nt ICauhuku, Kona, Hawaii.
R. P. 20.2'!. !t7a acres.
8 Kiopu 2, N. Koiia, Hawaii. Part
of n. P. aMdapaiml.
0 Aliupunu of Kauhiula, Hilo, Ila
waii, award 3C. It. P. 0711. Contain,
lnjj 15$ acres.
IO Tho Fish Pond of Pahaunul,
MoUuuea. Part of L. C. A. 0160. 10
11 llsh Pond of Ananohollii. Mo
kouea. Part of L. C. A. 1400. 18 210
12 Fish Pond of Annnoho, Mo.
kiuiwi L. O. A 0IG0.
13 SfiifUlioiv "I MoKauca. Part of
L. O A 0 CO. 200acies
l'l Alto the U-Hho fur 10 yrara of lot
at P niilimi. Scilon Qofpnna2. 11.
P 6001. L. C A 8iJl !10 2-1.100 acres
lfj Lot 18 nt K iplolani Paik tor iho
lu.explnd term oi lca-e from the unex
pired icrin of lua-o Hum tho Kuplolimi
Parties purchasing the leases of tho
FUh Pnnili, will bu required to furnibh
a lioud of S .00, for tho falihful perform
uneu of tomruct.
payable Semi-annually In
E3JTFor further particulars apply lo
thu'j'rusiciB or to
JAS. F. MOllGAN,
NOTICE is hcub.v given that I will
not pay any dubm (Oniriitltd in
my name without my written order.
W. O. AOUI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 2d tf
NEW G00DS !
Tho umlorslgncd calls tho attention of
tho public to
New Lines of Goods
Just received ex Into arrivale,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Itnxn J! ii II JootlH, Novels,
Bound Story Books
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with cvcrythlne lo bo found In
a well-appointed stationery stoic.
-INSPECTION IS INVITEDTBa
A. M. lEWETT,
05 Merclnnt Street. .flni
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho well-known nnd favorite Al Birk
Cousin, : :
Will leave for tho above port
On or about the 19th instant.
ts?"For frelcht or passngo having
Soeuition Cauin and SrititUAOK Accom;
modationb, apply nt tho ofllco of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
f-T QUIPPERS of Freight by
fj&g: O the 8tenm.iT " W G.
a&riisife Hall " nre hereby notified,
thnt no freight will be received after S
o'clock a m , on the doy of sailine;
Per order, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 18S8 C-l lm
At Less than Auction Prices I
Privato Salo of Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slykc, of Oahu CoIIcro,
l'unahou, oilers for sale (on ac
count of departure), at very low prices
a few choice articles of furnltuic. in
cluding two large handsome Easels, a
IJ. W. Secretary and Hookcase, com
liinid; a U. W. rclvct-iipholbtcrcd Easy
t'huir, n beautiful hanjiing 'amp, several
!0-fect Coinicc Poles with lixtures, n
Davis Sowing Machine (very little
u-cil), a lied, bpi ing and Hair Mattress, a
Tciy nice and handy B. AV. Music Rack,
sevtrn! small Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &c. Also, a young first
class Horse, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brake (nearly as good ns new),
and a Single Harness, 1 Ladies' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. These articles can
Ik- examined nnd purclwAcd at anv lime
before June 27th. 03 2w
IN LARGE VARIETY !
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
E5?"PiiceB lists furnished
Carriage Wraps, Rid Gloves,
Ladies' and Childrcns'
Black Diamontl Dye Hosiery
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
fou ham: at
&7J No. 10 Store. 2w
ALL iimonnu duo the Arm of Brown
& Co., Wine Spl Its Merchants,
of Honolulu, thut were contracted pre.
vlous to the UOth duy of .March last, if
not tctilcd befoie ihe Qth day of June
next, will bo placed In tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, and recovt-r at once.
A. J. OAHT WRIGHT,
W. F ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 1688. 481m
TO LET (on account of
rlnmirf utjj V n t iaiuntn
isifi with six rooms, closets, pantry,
Ulicben, stables, etc., on a nice lot, neai
Piiniihnu, Honolulu, Most moderate
rental, to a yuirly teiuuil. Water in.
eluded Apply to
O. T, GULTCIC,
01 lw Muichont street.
E have again on hand a fow of
our exceptionally superior Surf
Bouts in sizes from IS to Hi feet. As
Iheeo boats speak for tliemtehc. wo in
vltu insncctlun. Prleo us low as any.
We havo nlso scveial 70 lb Clinker,
copper-fust, recreation boats, with ours
and rowlocks, complete. Capablo of
holding three perrons. Just the thing
for an Impromptu roguttn, spin around
harbor, lake or river. Price from 50 to
GO dollars. Also a light Baggago Ex
pros with two porlublo cushioned seats,
handy lor biihines or a family out of
town, and 01.0 ttrong Band Cait, Cheap
for chBli, nt J A. DOWER'S,
i'.IincrV Lane, Punchbowl St.
Mutual Tele. No. 825, P. O. Box No, 459.
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SUGAR PLANT 1
FOR K! SALE
Tho Eniiro Plant of the
Slar Mill Conmauy, Kolmla,
Is offered For Sile. Tho Machinery
is In perfect working order
nnd conelKt of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engino,
Trash-carrlor, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilers Gx20,
1 Doublo Effect 0 and 7 foet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 (cot with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engino,
Togcthor with the usual assortment of
GlariflerSj Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
In n well appointed mill.
AUo, a number of
California & Island Mules,
Cano Carta & Oen'l I'Inntntion
Delivery will be given after nci crop
hat been harvested, soy about July 1,
EST For further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Wlile Bros.' 'Port Gmumt.
Coal Tar, Stociolm Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
JFOK KAT.i: BY
H. Hackfeld & Go.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
M. idvoitii-o it in tho OAti.Y Bulletin.
TJie Agents of the
Oceanic S. 8. Com'y
Have ai ranged for an Excursion
of Teachers wishing to visit
the Convention of the
Held in San Francisco,
July X 7th to SOtli.
Round trip tickets from Honolulu
Ban Francisco and rctuin:
Which includes tho initiation or mem
bership fee and all tho privileges
of the Association.
Jg5For further particulars apply to
W.G. IRWIN &
59 Agents, O. S 8 Co.
Australian Mail SarTlce.
FK SAN FRAKCISCO,
Tho new and flue Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or ubout
July I, 1888.
And will leave for tho abavo port with
uiiillb and pahengcrs on or about that
pr f i eight or passage, having BU-
PEiUOH ACCOMMOEATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agcnta:
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new nd flno Al steel Btcamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
July 4, 1888,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the abovo ports.
,J. fro'S1" w parage, having SU.
PEHIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, G. IHWIN & CO., Airenta
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