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In accoidanco with Section I, of
Chapter XXVI, of tho Laws of 1886:
Ail persona holding water privi
leges, or thoso paying water rates,
arc hereby notified that the water
rates for the term, ending December
31, 1888, will bo due and payable at
tho office of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates lemaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc duo,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last leccipl.
Rates arc payablo at the office of
tho Water Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C1IAS. B. AVILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., June 15, 1888.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchango on tho
JBaulc o CtiliX'orain, H. J5T.
Ami their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurck, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. O.i and Portland, Or
Transact a General Banking BuBUiesr.
LLGISLATURE OF 1808. "The Daily
and AVeckly Bulletin" contains the
on)y correct and reliable reports of the
proceedings of the present Legislature.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Sut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JUKE 15, 1888.
ABOLISH THE "ARREST" SYS
TEM. Any breach or crack of almost
any and every law on our Statute
book, or any alleged breach or crack
of almost any and every law on our
Statute books, renders the guilty
party or the alleged guilty party
liable to arrest, and incarceration
pending a hearing before a magis
trate. For keeping a dog said to be
ferocious, for erroneously designat
ing a Chinaman as Ah Fat when his
real name is Ah Lean, for leaving
the door of a liquor saloon open live
seconds after the prescribed moment
for closing, and for an innumerable
number of other trifling matters,
any accused person, man or woman,
is liable to arrest. Mark you, guilt
is not a prerequisite : the accusation
Not only is any and evey person
in Honolulu or in the kingdom lia
ble to be arrested on such frivolous
charges, but instances occur almost
every day in the week in which ar
rests arc actually so made. Sud
denly, without warning, it may be a
respectable and inoffensive man is
taken from his business, his break
fast, or his bed, by a "servant of
the public," armed with a staff and
a star, and paraded through tho
public streets, in tho gaze of the
public, to the Police Station. When
there, if fortunately in possession of
money or friends, lie may make a
deposit or file a bond for his appear
ance at the same place on the fol
lowing day, or on some other day
specified, and thus gain his liberty.
Tho amount required may be fivo
dollars, or may be any stun above
that figure If calling a Chinaman
by a wroug name be the offence al
leged, nothing less than one hun
dred dollars can secure him his free
dom. If tho man has neither
friends nor money, a prison cell,
with clouds of mosquitoes and all
the other disagreeable concomitants,
roust be hia lodging for at least one
night, should his arrest have been
raadein the evening. When brought
before the Police Magistrate, tho
charge may, and often does, utterly
fail of substantiation, or a nolle pro
sequi may be entered, and the ac
cused told that he may go.
Liberty is sweet, and doubly
sweet after having been a prisoner,
even though tho term of imprison
ment may have been a few hours
only. But how nbout the disgrace,
the discomfort, the lacciated hi lings,
etc.? Liberty whlch-i a man's just
and legal right is poor compensation
A legal system in which such oc
currences are in liaunnny with its
provisions, isadisgincc to any coun
try, and marks it as fur behind in
the match of liberty and the rights
of man. It is the system, ns esta
blished in and by our statutes, on
which the reduction is cast so se
vcicly, and not on the officials
charged with its execution. True,
these gentlemen may, and as n mat
ter of fact do sometimes, through
ovcr-zcalousnoss or lack of judg
ment, unnecessarily increase the op
pressiveness of an intrinsically bad
system. But on the other hand,
they also frequently do their best to
make it work as little disagrocable
ncss as possible to those who come
under its operation.
Such were the circumstances and
conditions of this country in the
early days of its civilized history,
when the system of dealing with all
offenders nnd supposed offenders
against law and order by compelling
them to appear in Court under a
warrant of arrest, was inaugurated,
that it was perhaps necessary.
But circumstances and conditions
have changed, while the system of a
darker and a more despotic age still
remains. The time is now ripe for
its abolition. Docs the 'Legislature
now assembled realize this fact?
We believe it will, on reflection.
What wo advocate is the substu
tution of "summons" for "arrest"
in all cases not of a purely criminal
nature, in which conviction would
be followed by imprisonment, and
in those of the class detrimental to
peace and order, such as drunken
ness, riotous' conduct, etc. Let the
thousand and one other charges, un
der which persons arc now arrested,
be dealt with by citing the accused
to appear by summons to answer
the accusation. If the Legislative
Assembly be not prepared during
the present session to make some
move in this direction, it will de
serves the censure of the nation and
the stigma of being too antiquated
for the times. We most respect
fully suggest that it would be pro
bono publico to drop some ot those
personal or semi-personal bills now
before the House, and devote the
time to measures which affect the
NOT TOO MUCH BUT TOO LITTLE.
A bill which has passed its second
reading, and is to come up for third
reading on next Tuesday, "to pro
vide for bringing of suits by or
against the Hawaiian Government,"
aims at lessening the obstruction in
the way of private persons suing the
Government, by empowering any
Justice of the Supreme Court to al
low process to issue, if in his opin
ion the claim set forth is a fair sub
ject for judicial investigation, in
stead of confining that power to the
Privy Council as at present.
This is a movement in advance.
But still the private citizen is at a
disadvantage as compared with the
Government, for the latter, by the
same bill, is empowered to institute
judicial proceedings against the
former without permission from
Judge, Privy Council, or anybody
else. Wo protest against this par
tiality. The Government gets no
more than enough, but the private
individual has too little. A Gov
ernment that is "of the people, for
the people and by tho people,"
should not have a freedom of access
to the bar of justice which is denied
to the people themselves. Give the
people the same privilege as the
Government in this particular case.
It may be argued, and probably
that is the idea, that by removing
every restriction and giving piivato
individuals full permission to insti
tute, legal proceedings against tho
Government for tho enforcement of
any right or supposed right, with
out any reserve whatever, expense
and annoyance may bo catibccl to
the Government by foolihh, cantan
kerous or malicious persona who
have no just grievance. Admitted.
But whore is the Government? May
it not bo guilty of the samo offence
against tho private citizen? The ar
gument applies to both sides. Let
the privileges be the same for each,
so far as access to courts of justice
Tho public begins to have a rapidly-growing
feeling that if the ex
plorer Stanley is alive and lias
achieved a successful inarch to tho
relief of Einin Bey, it is full time
some report to that effect took flight
from the Central African wilds.
lslimd bubscription, $4 per annum.
MR. KINNEY UPHELD.
Kniron Bullutin: Kinney "is
riuht" in the estimation of one who
has read in last ovening'a Buixetis
tho three-fourths column editorial
respecting the "Lawyers Licence
Bill," in which you are troubled
with the query, "If lawyers arc to
be compelled to pay tin annual li
cenco tax, why should not doctors,
teachers, preai hers, cditots and
everybody else?" To my mind a
good nnd sufficient reason was
givt'ii by i he iiitmducui ol the bill if.
I mistake not, viz., that lawyers
have icquesttid and received assis
tance ftom tho tax-payers, through
the Legislature, 1 believe ever
since the judiciary system was esta
blished in this country, to enable
them the bettor to ply their particu
lar ptofession, which aid in books,
shelving and rooms in the different
buildings occupied during the time
counts up into the the many thou
sands. Have doctors, teachers, preach
ers, editors or anybody else asked
or received like assistance?
Have carpenters, blacksmiths,
coopers, or shoemakers demanded a
depository stocked with tools and
implements of the most approved
patterns from the days of Coke and
Blackstonc to the present, all neatly
and conveniently arranged, and la
beled and placed at their disposal
for use, wear, damage or loss as
their sweet will or carelessness in
clined? Well, not to my knowledge.
Those poor devils if pretending to
be workmen at their calling must
find their own tools or work at a lit
tle more than half price, aye, and
delve from 7 a. m. to 5 p. m. by the
boll; no turning off a filecn minutes
job with them like drawing a sim
ple power of attorney and charging
fiom $10 up or drawing a will at
5250 to 1,000. I quite agree with
you that "the licence system for
raising a revenue is a most unfair
one;" but while the system is in
vogue and a Portuguese who sells
a few quarts of milk daily
for a living, is compelled to
pay a licence, I fail to see anything
unfair in lawyers taxing themselves
to piocure tho tools which they use
in common and cannot do without.
Let them pay a licence ; and if
by so doing it will lessen their num
of some of a certain calibre all the
more agreeable to a Mechanic.
DER OAK AND DER VINE.
The following, Jrom the New
York "Mercury" and by Charles
Pollen Adams, has been handed in
for publication by Mr. W. I. Bishop.
In view of the Married 'Woman's
Bill, over which our Legislature has
labored so vigorously, the composi
tion is especially interesting at the
present time :
I don't vos preaching woman's vighdts,
ur nn.vuning ukc not,
Und 1 likes to see all hcoples
.-bust goudcutcd mit dlieirlot;
Built 1 nnts to goi.drndlct dot simp
Dot m.ido dis lcedlo shol.o:
"A vomiiu vns dcr glinting vine,
Und man dcr Miturdy oak."'
Bcihaps soincdlmes dot maybe drue;
limit den times oudt of nine,
I And me out dot man himself
Vas been der glinging vine;
Und vhen hecs friends dhcy all vas
Und he vas shust "toad proke."
Dots vhen der voman shtcps lighdt in.
Und been dcr shtuidy oak.
Shust go oup to der pnseball groundts
Und Pec dhose "shtuidy oaks"
All planted rotuidt upon der seats--
fchust hear duelr laughs una snoucs;
Dhcn see dhose vomcus at der tubs,
JUit glothes oudt on der lines;
Vich vns der Miturdy oaks, mine
Und vich der glinging vines?
Ven sieknc.es in der household comes,
Und vceks und veeks he shtays,
Who vas it flghdts him mitoudt jest,
Dhose veary nighdts und days?
Who heace und gomfort always prlngs,
Uud cools dot fofcred prow?
More like id vas der tender vine
Dot oak he glings to now.
"Man vants budt leedlo here pelow,"
Der boet von time said:
DheieS leedlu dot man ho don'd vnnt
I dink Id means inuhted;
Und ven dcr yeais keep rolling on,
Dhclr cares und ti onirics piiuging
He vants to pc der phturdy oak,
Und also do der glinging.
Maybe ven oaks dey gllng some more,
Und don'd so hhturdy peen
Der glinging vines dlioyhaf some shanee
To hell) inn life's mashecn.
In belt uiuUlckness, shoy und pain.
In calm or sbtoriny veddher,
'Tvas beddher dot dhose oaks und vines
Should alvaysgllng logeddhor.
HAVING purchased tin entire Ship
Ohnndlerj Slo-'U of . W. Peircc
ft Co., we offer lh'o gtunu for sale ut very
1NTE1USLAND STEAM N. CO.
Honolulu, June H. 183B. CO 2w
UNITED STATES LEGATION.
ALL citizens of the United Slates
losidcnt here, aro invited to meet
nt tho Hawaiian Hotel, FRIDAY
EVENING, Juno lOtli, at 8 o'clock, to
consult In reference to the observance
of the Fourth of .lulj
GKO. W. MERRILL.
Honolulu, Juno til, 1688. 07 St
Of St. Andrew 'h Cathedral.
At St. Andrew's Priory,
On SATURDAY p. jn., from 2 till G.
Ice Cream, Cnkoj and n Table of Fancy
und Useful Articles,
Enhance from Emma Square'--Ad-081
mission. 10 Cents. Si
Flint appearance In this city of
The Wonder or Ilia 10th Century.
THE ONLY GREEK
Prestidigitator &' necromancer
-IN THE WOflLD.-
Who lint performed in the principal
cltli-i uf the world, before the
NoyiUty of England, Ucr-
many, France, Russia,
and cities of the
Who has received many handsomo
Gold Medals. "Will appear
On Saturday Even'g, June 16tb,
At the Opera House in Honolulu.
Door Open at 7:30. Commencos at 8.
Box plan will open at tho olllco of
J. E. Brown & Co., at t) o'clock a. m.,
on THURSDAY, tho 14th Inst. 07 td
Steamship g " KINAU "
Will leao Honolulu
On MONDAY, June 18, 1888,
AT ! O'CLOCK P. 3r.,
FOR THE VOLCANO.
WILMS STEAMSHIP CO'Y.
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms
WILL be closed during the months
of .luly and August. Ot tw
T?OIt PALE at tho Reformatory
jl bcuooi, oy tne umo or ton
W. U. NEBIWAM.
r (SHIPPERS of Freight by
kj me s-ie.imiT w. j.
Hull" aic heichy notiflc.l,
thai no iiiiyht will be recti veil after S
o'clock A m , on the day of Failing
Per order, J. ENA,
nonolutu, June 8, 1898 G41m
Q WHALE BOATS; l Decked
0 Whale Bo'il, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; U22 feel Surf Bonth;
1 18 feet Surf Boat ; 2 Decked I lunger,
10 feel long, 0 fret 0 inches wide, 2 leut
0 inches ducp, ilh must and sails all
complete; 1 2i feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
T'ont Builder and General Jobber, fll if
A DIVIDEND of Kif'cen Dollars per
share will bo pajablo .Tune 13th,
1SS8, to the stockholders nf the Koliala
Sugur Company at the office of Cattle &
J. B. ATI112KTON,
Secretary, Koliala Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Juno 12, l3i. CO 3t
A DIVIDEND of Ten Dollars per
Hhuie will be payable .lane tilth,
1888, to ae Btockholdui -, of Gi ove Hunch
Plantation at tho ofllce of Castle &
J. B. ATHEltTON,
Treasurer, Grove Ranch Plantation.
Honolulu, June 12, 1S88. , OS 3t
gentle and sound in
W. V. FREAR,
ALL amounts due the Arm of Brown
it Co., "Wine .fc Spirits Merchants.
of Honolulu, that wciu contracted pre.
vioits to the 20th day of March last, if
not ecttled before the 0th day of Juno
nest, will bu placed in the hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue for, und recover at once.
A. J. O ART WRIGHT,
VT. V. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co,
Honolulu, Mav 21. 1688. 481m
(Sncccstor.i to Sandcie' Expiess &
M. N. SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'trs.
OlUce, HI It I ii l: tttrc:t.
By tho consolidation of tho above
mentioned lu-inexs incnastd facilities
aio obtiinid lo satisfy iho vtanis of tho
pub Ic in thu conducting tf a
General Drayago & Express Business.
WugoiH of the Company are present
at arriuil ol chcIi Fornign and Inlands
steiunei. Full tlnigc tiken of all b.ig.
fug s and pnro Is ot tnm-huv, and the
nitno ihickul tl.raiph when neccmiry,
to all points Special attention given to
the removal of pianos aul furniture to
nnd from all points in tho oily and
suburbs. Rtasonablo tales for general
dmying nnd all buslnibs promptly at.
Tclcpliono No. 00 -tlST Glvo Us a Call.
N. U. Tho collecting of Rubbish,
formerly cairied on by Mr. N. V. Bur,
gesa, will be curried on ns usual and
orders may be left as above. OS 13m
X "The Dally Bulletin." 60 cents
Bnffl(6 nfe Expr'ss
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of .Shares !
lAinnuihortz'd in sell at Public Auc
tlon, at my Saleroom, Qncm slrco',
a MAimnr T AOiU 00
UU DUflUal. iMilli I Oil!
) uuuu 1UW,J
AT IS O'CLOCK xoosr,
Of tho Reciprocity Sugar Co. Stock.
Par vuluo of $100 each. Will bo
sold in lots to Milt purchasers.
J AS. A. MORGAN,
Landlord's Notice of Salo of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
WHEREAS, Keont (k). of Honolulu,
has made default in the payment
of lent of certain premises slluaud on
Smith street, in said Honolulu, and has
allowed the same to become in nrrcais,
and, whcieas the undersigned has (lis.
trained the goods and chattels of tald
Kconi (k) to EatiEfy such arreais: Notice
is hotcby given Unit iaH uood and
chattels, to wit: 1 eirrlage, will Ins told
at public auction at thu SU-HOom ol
J. P. Morgan, auctioneer, on Queen
street, in (aid Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT 13 O'CLOCK, KOOX,
Dated Honolulu, June G, 18S8. ( 2 15t
Sale of Leases
By order of the Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salcsn on), Queen street,
On YEDNESDAY, June 27th,
AT IB O'CLOCK XOO.V,
The 'Leases of the following
Pieces or Parcels of Lands,
Term of 15 Years:
1 House Lot at Kawainhao, Kinc;
street; L V. A. 624 B, ci ntuninir f-Or.
squaie fathoms. Upset price, $..00 per
2-Lot 85 nt Kapahuln, Wuikiki,
apiiuu L2. L C. A. 85f.O B, Hljrf acres..
'.I Lot at Maiu.i. R. P. 130." 5 SO-100
4 Lot nOIanoa. L. C. A 1050. R.
P. tifiO.l. 13 100 acres.
5 Laud at Monn.tlun, npana 2 and 3.
II. P. 42U. L C. A. 1764. 82.100 aeies.
C Lund at Kuilua, Oahu, apaua 2.
Grant 2C0G. 5 1 fl. 100 acres
7 Land at Kauhoku, Kona, Hawaii.
H. P. 202H. 5S73 acres.
8 ICeopu 2, N. Koua, Hawaii. Part
of It. P. :tt48 apaua 1. '
!) Ahupuau of Kaiihiula, Hilo, Ha
wuii, award 1G. 15. P. 6711. Contain
ing 7oi acres.
IO The Fish Pond of Pahannui,
Moknuea. Part of L. O. A. 0450. 10
11 Fish Pond of Ananohoiki.Mo.
kauea. Part of L. C A. G4G0. 18 2.10
12 Fish Pond of Ananoho. Mo
kauea L. C. A. 0150.
13 Senflshcry of Mokauca. Part of
L. O.A. 0150. 200 acres.
14. Also the lease for 10 years of lot
atPnnnhou. Section 2 of upana2. R.
P. COOL L. O A 8241. 30 21-100 acres.
15 Lot 18 atlCnpiolaui Park for the
uncxpirLii term 01 lease Iroin the unex
pired term of lease lrom the Kapiolani
Park Association. ,,
Parties purchasing the lenses of the
Fiah Pondi", will bo required to furnish
a bond of $500. for the faithful perform
unce of contract.
payable Semi-annually In
JgyFor further particulars apply to
tho Trustees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Just received a lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
Tho above are of this year's manufacture
und from the leading factories
r f the East.
. W. rMCFARLAN
MHO thu Creditors of tlio Eftato of Lam
JL Ohouk (CIO, of Honolulu, a bunk,
runt, tuku utilirc:
That the undersigned, Assipnccs of tho
E&tuto of Lam Chock, a bankrupt, havo
pieparatory to iheir final account and
dividend tuhniittid their ocro nt a
(licit Ahslgnce at d fl'ol thu tnum be.
foio Hon. E. Prebtoii, Justice uf the
Supremo Conn, nt Ills ( hainbeis, lo
whom ho will apply at 10 o'clock a. M.,
on TUESDAY, ihe 10th ii s., for sctile!
ment of nid accounts and for a dis
charge fiom all 1 lability as such As.
signer?, and for nu oider to make a
And that any person iutercsted may
then and there ujipcar and contra t iho
same. AV. C. PARKE,
Assignees Estate of Lam Chock.
Honolulu, Juno JU, lt8S. C7 8t
nPHE DAILY BULLETIN has the
J- largest circulation of any paper
printed in this Kingdom. CO cenU per
Tho umlortlgiiod calls iho attention of
tho pttbllo to
New Lines of Goods
Juit rccelv' d ex lMe 11 rival',
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Bound Story Books
A completo lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with overythlne to bo found In
n well-appointed stationery .store.
INSPECTION IS INVITEDa
A. M. lEWETT,
0."i Merchant Street. pirn
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho well-known nnd favorite Al IJ'irk
CotmtN, : : Masteh.
Will leave for tho nbovo port
On or about the 19th instant.
82?" For freight or passage having
Sui'Kiiion Caihn and Stkkiuok Accom,1
modations, apply nt tho olllco of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At Less than Auction Prices I
Prlvalo Salo of Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slyke, of Oahu College,
Punabou, oilers for sale (on no.
count of depaiturc), nt very low prices
a few choice articles of furniture, in
cluding two largo hand'omo Easels, n
H. "V. Secretary and Hookcase, com
billed ; a 15. W. velvet-upholstered Easy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, several
10-feet Cornice Poles with fixture, a
Davis Sewing Mnchino (very liltlo
ucd), a Bed, bpring and Hair Maltress, a
very nice nnd handy B. W. Music Rack,
several tmall Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Diiicket-s, Rugs, ifcc. Also, a young llrst
cl.i'S llurt-o, broki'ii to both harness and
saddle; a Brake (nearly a good as new),
and it Single Harness, 1 Ladies' Saddle
and 1 Gem's Saddle. These articles can
be examiucd and purchased at anv time
before June 27th. . 03 2
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
B3?Prices lists furnished Oh opplica
tion. 04 lm
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Chiklreus'
BMDiaiol Die Hosiery
And a full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
FOIt SALE AT
No. 10 Store.
HOUSE TO JLET
AT the corner of Fort and
Kuluii strccK Enqulro
I of S. ROTH,
Cor. Foit & Merchant Sts.
buildings, ttablcs and every convent.
once. Address, "COTTAGE," Bulletin
olllco. CU lw
Cash Buyer for
WANTED to purchase a
Cottago of about four
rooms, with u small lot, situ.
uted in a desirable neighborhood, con
venient lo tho city. Customer will pay
all cash, if properly suits and is offered
nt a fair price. Apply at
HAWAIIAN MJblNEBS AGENCY,
03 ill Coiner of Kort & Merchant Sts.
gjA rpo IjBI1 (n account of
ffijtra JL departure;, a residence,
fjJffg3r5SS with bix rooiue, closets, pantry,
kitchen, stables, etc., ou a nice lot, near
Punahou, Honolulu. Most modcrato
rental, to n yerly tenant. Water la.
eluded Apply to
O. T GUl.TOlC,
01 lw Merchant street.
asiMte. ry ACHES of lind fenced.
-S)pi& Good for garden, rico or
uiiiiiu iuiu auumiuuiiy i-up-plied
with water, next Puna
hou, Honolulu. Apply lo
O. T. GULICK,
04 lw Merchant street.
AVINU hcord considerable talk
nbout tho trottiuK race on tho
till) of Juno beinir a awindlo, I will
match "Albert L." against "Mink"
uuder same conditions as 11th June, '88,
for any turn from fl to $1,000. Any.
body in tho Kingdom to drive "Mink."
07 8t D. H. DAYIS.
tin k Bessie"
FIREWORKS ! TGachers' Convention
IN LARGE VARIETY !
SUGAR PLANT 1
Tho Entire Want of the
Star Mill Coihuoiif, Koliala,
Is ollVrcd For Silo. The Machinery
is in pet feci workli g cider
and consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrlor, Etc., completo,
1 Pair of Boilers 0x20.
1 Doublo Effect G and 7 foot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G (cot with Dlako Pump,
3 Weston Contrllugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clarillers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given afier next crop
has beon Itarvested, say about July 1,
Cgf" For further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Koliala, Hawaii.
WMte Bros.' Port Gemeiit
Coal Tar, Stoclolm Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I'OIt SALr, BY -
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Tho Agents of the
Oceanic S. 8. Com'y
Havo ni ranged for an Excursion
of Tcnchcrs wishing to visit
tho Convention of the
Held in San Francisco,
July 1 tli to SOtli.
Round trip ticket? from Honolulu to
San Francisco and return:
Which includes tho initiation or raem-
bership fee and all the privileges
of the Association.
KiP-For further pnitieulara apply to
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
Australian Mail Service.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and tine Al steel steamahip
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
nnd Aucklund on or uhout
July I, 1888.
And will lcavo for the above port with
malls nnd passengers on or about that
bor freight or passage, having SU.
PK1UOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. LEWIN & CO.. Agents;
For Sydney and Auckland,
The now and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanlo Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Fraucibco on or about
July 4, 1888,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengors for tho nbovo ports.
For freight or passage having BU
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, G, IRWIN & CO., Agents
NEATLY DONE nnd with despatch
at tho HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA
BLES. Hand Clippers, 82tX
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