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In nceordnnco with Section 1, of
Chapter XXVI, of tho Laws of 188G :
All DcrsoiiB holding water piivi-
legos, or tlioso paying water rules,
nru hereby notified Mint tho water
rates for the turni, ending December
31, 1888, will b due and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Water
Works on tho 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they arc due,
will bo subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Hates aio payable at the olUeo of
tho Water Woiks, in the ICapuaiwu
Tho statute allowing no discretion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, 11. I., Juno 15, 1888.
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LLGISLATURE OF 1888. 'The Daily
and Weekly Bulletin" contains Uio
onJy con cct and reliable icports of the
proceedings of tho present, Legiilatuie.
Pledged to neitJicr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1888.
Repairs arc being effected on
Merchant street, between Fort
street and the Post Office. They
were needed. But considering that
this is one of the most used streets
in Honolulu, and used, too, by
everybody, as everybody has deal
ings with the bookstores, Bishop
& Co.'s bank, or the Post Office,
all of which are on that street, it
would seem tho fair thing to do
more than mere repairs. That por
tion of the street is so badly worn
that a complete reconstruction is
needed. To be sure, the repairs
alluded to are very acceptable and
a great improvement, but the more
complete work would be better,
and the reason above mentioned
one would think sufficiently strong
to warrant its being undertaken.
LETTER FROM MR. W. I. BISHOP.
Editou Bulletin: AurcliusAu
toninoiis said centuries ago: "Wo
arc all working together to one end,
some with knowledge and design,
and others without knowing what
they do," and the words of .this an
cient philosopher seem to me to be
especially applicable to the theme
and its variations which are to form
the guiding impulse of this letter.
At the outset of my attempt to
reply to Prof. M. M. Scott and to
many others who have raised an
effigy of me, for the main purpose
of showing how clever they could bo
in knocking down their own crea
tions, to them, and to the devotees
of prismatic verbiage, writers of
sophistic sentences and pyrotechnic
paragraphs, let mc dedicate this
Tho best thought reading is, 0 studi
To read tho noblo thoughts express
ed by others.
Now, having expressed tho en
tente cordialo for all my critics, let
me approach their criticisms.
I am compelled to reiterato a fow
lines from a letter which I address
ed to the Boston "Globe," Sunday,
November 28, 1887, which if Prof.
Scott and my other critics had read
would have made needless the writ
ing of much that has been giyen to
the public, and would have saved
Prof. Scott the herculean task of
composing what ho would have tho
public believe to be an adequate ex
planation of my methods of inter
preting tho thoughts of my fellow
men. The reiteration is as follows ;
To place myself at onco faiily and
clearly before the public, this is
simply my position. I claim, as I
have always claimed, to be in pos
session of natural powers only ; to
produce effects by means of which
those who prey upon human crcdul-
ily are wont to ntlilbulo to tho
supernatural. Tho subtile power
possessed by mo n.9 I nm convinc
ed it has unconsciously been by
many of every generation I look
upon ns nnturc's especial gift, as I
regai d n genius for poetry, music
Yet persons who are chaiming
illustrations of tho teric old saying,
"A little knowledge is a dangerous
thing," are continually lloating
false impressions concerning me in
their ludicrous or offensive effusions.
In an effort to correct such im
pressions the London "Standard"
in an editorial of May 10, 1881, re
ferring to my experiments before
the Fellows of tho Royal Society of
England, said: "All sorts of mis
conceptions seem to have got
abroad as to what Mr. Bishop pro
fesses to be able to do. lie has not,
as a matter of fact, professed to bo
able to do anything. 'Let me. put
myself en rapport, as a mesmerist
would say, with any one of you,
and you (dial I sec what vou shall
sec,' is tho language used at. thu
meeting of scientific gentlemen held
for the purpose of testing his
Now, having for something like
the thousandth time, and in this in
stance at the expense of some space
for a repetition of what 1 so re
cently wrote, slated that I make no
pretentions of a supernatural nature,
let mc pass to something which
is, if explanatory, also somewhat au
tobiographical. Is there a student
to-day who is not familiar with, is
there a college graduate who does
not remember, the writings of the
late lamented Prof. William B. Car
penter, C. B., M. D., L. L. D., F.
B. S., not only Great Britain's
greatest physiologist, but a bene
factor to the entire world by his
deeds and his woiks? It was my
glad, and I need not say proud, pri
vilcgc, .while still a student, to re
ceive man' letters from him, con
gratulating mo on my youthful re
searches, encouraging me to higher
aspirations, and promising me that
when my studies necessitated my
coming to England, he would secure
for me the "indorsement of the elite
of the scicntitic world" I use his
own words. When I did go to Eng
land in 1S78, for the special pur
pose of showing a scientific discov
ery I had happily made in the field
of electricity, i.e., how the needle
might be artificially deflected in that
wonderful invention of Sir William
Thompson, the galvanometer, I met
Prof. Carpenter, and I have to bo
thankful for what then began, more
than for almost anything else that
ever happened mc, namch, a loving,
mutual friendship that lasted till his
death. True to his word, he did se
cure for mc the opportunities I so
longed for, to prove the genuine
ness of my researches, their relia
bility, their importance qualities
he hau long uelore predicted as be
longing to them before the most
distinguished by birth, and in art,,
science and literature.
Now, I feel sure that Prof. Scott
and in answering him, one practi
cally answers all my critics will
not presume to consider himself so
competent a judge of nry powers as
such men as constitute the Royal
Society of England.
Regarding tho charge that my ex
periments have "not even the ghost
of psj-chology about them," my
Honolulu critics assuredly differ
from the faculties and foremost pro
fessors of the leading European uni
versities. Since my first visit to
England I have been honored by
requests from the faculties of
all the greater institutions of
learning in Europe to deliver
lectures upon the subject of
my life research in connection with
the "investigation of little known
mental forces." Should I quote
one-quarter of the hundreds of at
testations to the value of my work,
from a psychological point of view
received from these distinguished
learned bodies, even the manifold
columns of a New York Sunday
Journal could not contain the tri
butes. But "from one learn all."
I quote most affectionately a letter
from Professor Carpenter, whoso
untimely death has extinguished the
light that has so often illumed the
dark by-ways of science. Prof.
Carpenter, probably considering
that 1 might bo harassed, as I have
been and am 13T captious criticisms,
sent his letter to me with tho follow
ing precautionary addendum : "Mr.
Bishop is at liberty to make any use
of the inclosed letter that he may
Bossyui: Linlithgow, )
ScoTLAN,Apr. 27, 1881.
My dear Mr. Bishop
I am sorry, that tis tho stale of
my health makes it necessary for
mo to keep away from London just
now, it will not he in my power to
bo present at the performance you
propose to give next week, or to do
inoro to promote the success ot it than
to send you this attestation of tho
interest I tako in tho experiments
you desire to bring before an assem
blage of gentlemen specially quail
tied to appreciate their impoitance.
Tho experiments you were good
enough to show mo at my own house
some time ago, Prof. Huxley also
being present, satisfied us, ns I
know the' had previously satisfied a
number of tho professors of the
Edinburgh ami Glasgow univer
sities, of your remarkable power
of thought-reading, which you derivo
from your careful study of the indi
cations unconsciously given by tho
subject of your experiment, nnd
from your peculiar aptness in the
interpretations of those indications (
ami thoy also showed us that you
have acquired (by liko study and
practico) a remarkable power of
directing, under certain circum
stances, the thoughts and actions of
others, by suggestions unconsciously
conveyed to them.
I regard both sets of experiments
as of great value to the physiolo
gist, and the psychologist, quito
irrespective of tho'ltclp they give in
tho elucidation of various pheno
mena which have made a strong im
pression on a cei tain section of tho
public, and which, it is maintained,
could nol be produced without soino
agciu-v at present beyond our ken.
It is clear to mc that all your work
in this direction is done upon stricth;
scientific principles, and tends to
enlarge our knowledge of the auto
matic inter-actions of mind and
body. I am, yours very truly,
William B. Caupkntuk.
To "Washington In vino Bisiioi', Esq.
The Rev. Scrcno E. Bishop's
opinion could not have stronger sup
port in the belief of thought trans
mission without contact than is fur
nished by Prof. Carpenter in his
work on "Mental Physiology," page
G'M, in the year 187-1.
"Looking at nerve force as a
special form of physical energy, it
may be deemed not altogether in
credible that it should exert itself
from a distance so as to bring the
brain of one person into direct
dymanical communication with that
of another, without the intermedia
tion of verbal language, or of move
ments of expression.". .
This opinion of Prof. Carpenter
formed the theme upon which tho
editor of tho "Nineteenth Century"
wrote a most elaborate and exhaus
tive article entitled "Brain Waves,"
supporting Prof. Carpenter's belief.
Most readers who have paid any
attention to psychical matters will
remember this admirable contribu
tion to the subject.
I am convinced that the know-it-all
spirit, cither in theology or
science is the worst enemy the truth
has to contend against. Wc need
to learn that there is too much
bigotry in human nature to be con
fined to the churches. It sometimes
gets into scientific associations. The
truly scicntitic spirit docs not claim
to know the whole universe, and so
does not reject any fact that may
not fit into the portable theory that
is all fixed up beforehand My plea,
then, is simply this:
Let us not be so sure we know as
to prevent us learning something
I may be the deserved subject of
criticism. I should, at least, be
free from malicious attack. If a
life-long devotion to a research which
has often brought mc to the thres
hold of the other world, and has
been an almost constant source of
suffering and anxiety, has, as is ad
mitted, (by those qualified to judge)
been of high scientific value,
by opening new fields for mental
investigation, 1 am surely well re-
Washington Ikving liisiioi-.
Hawaiian Hotel, June 18, 1888.
MEETING OF THE 4TH OF JULY
At an adjourned meeting of the
Fom th of July Committee, held at
the residence of Dr. J. S. McGrcw,
on Saturday afternoon, an organiza
tion was effected, and Dr. McGrcw
was elected permanent chairman
and W. F. Allen treasurer.
It was decided that the. clay should
be celebrated by firing salutes
morning, noon and night, literary
exercises in the forenoon, picnic in
the afternoon, and ball in the even
ing. Messrs. r. U. Jones, Whiting,
Cooke, Tcnncy and Wilder resigned
from the committee, and Messrs. II.
F. Ilcbbard, Geo. Ashley, Hon. F.
Ilustace, J. L. Torbcrt, and J.
"Winter were elected to fill vacan
The following siib-committces
were then appointed:
Finance Messrs. J. G. Spencer
(chairman), Ilustace, Winter, Egan,
Literary Rev. W. B. Olcson
(chairman), J. II. Pnty, and C. N.
Ball F. P. Hastings (chairman),
G. W. Smith, Geo. Ashley, J. J.
Egan and W. C. King.
Picnic C. II. Eldredge (chair
man), R. W. McChcsncy, M. Jtf.
Sanders, It. W. Laine, W. L. Hop
per, J. L. Torbcrt, J. Winter, W.
E. Howell, Frank Hustaco and II.
Salutes J. II. Paly.
Printing W. F. Allen (chair
man), G. W. Smith ami J. G.
Tho committee then adjourned to
meet again on Friday afternoon at
the same place, at 4 o'clock, and
present a careful cstimato of what
was required for their respective
Wanted to Purchaso
Apply, statine prico
J. K. BROWN ii CO.
BIDS are requosted forthwith for
twelve strong and active horses or
mules, sound in wind and limb, young
and well. broken.
The offers should state whore inspec.
tion and delivery would bo made, and
if on another 1 Bland thun Oahu, the cost
of enrriago should bo specified.
Tho undersigned docs not bind him
self to accont any tender.
T. Git AH AM GIUB.BIE,
Haw, Tramway Co.. Honolulu, H, I.
Honolulu, Juuo 10, 1888.
tlouicfl l'nclicd to Ii)iitotI
Itnt luminal !r ApnlniiHotll
-THE ONLY 0REEK-
Presticligitator & Necromancer,
Will give another of hU wdU.
On Thursday Even'g, June 21st,
At 8 o'clock sharp.
Adminsion fiOc., 7Sk. and 91
Box plan wns open this morning
at J. K. Drown ij Co. s, Merchant slrcot,
and continues open until Thin Briny
afternoon. 71 tri
Saturday Evening, June 23rd,
Farewell Deception of
Washington Irving Bishop
Dy special request,
X-JlIIC secret oj?
3EX1? JL. AIN 12 O.
New & Startling Experiments 1
"Without contact with the subjects
of the tests.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Bo- plan will be open nn Wednesday
morn in ir, at 9 o'clock, at J. E. Drown &
Co.'s, Merchant street. 71 tri
FOR SALE CHEAP !
TflEO. H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB,
NOTICE is hcieby given thattltefln.il
entries for the Hawaiian Derby,
?.f mile dash for 2-year olds, native
bred, to be inn under tho auspices of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club on the 11th
of June, 18S0, will be closed on tho 30th
of June, 188S.
Also, that nominations for the follow
ing laces must be handed to thcSecie
tary, accompanied with entrance fee,
on or befoie the 30th of June, 188S.
"Hawaiian Derby," 1800 foals of
188S Sweepstakes of .$50 added. To
be divided as the Club inav iliient. $
mile dash for 2-yenr old, native hied,
10 to be pnid on nomination, and 15
on or before the 30th of June, 188!), for
feit unless filled by payment of theic
inniuiug 625 on or befoie June 1, 1800.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1880 Sweepstakes of S25 added. 1 mile
daih for 3-year olds, native bred, 10
to be paid on nomination, foifelt unless
filled by payment of remaiuiiig 15 ou
or bcfoio June 1, 18S9.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1800 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To
bo divided as llie Club may direct. 1
milo dash for '1-year olds, native bred,
foals of 1887, 10 to be paid on nomina
tion, and 15 on or befoie the 30th of
June, 1881), forfeit unless tilled by pay
ment of tho remaining 25 on or before
Juno 1, 1S90.
"Hawaiian .locucy uino Uup," for
1601 Sweepstakes of 100 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may direct. 1
mile dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred,
foals of 1888, 10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, 15 on or befoie June 30, 1SS0, and
25 on or beforo Juno 30, ISOO, 'forfeit
unless tilled by payment of the remain
ing 50 on or before June 1, 1801.'
C3?"Untrics made after abovo dates
must pay double.
O. O. BERGER,
Secretary, Hawaiian Jockey Club.
HAVING purchased tho entiroShip
Chandlery Slock of A. "W. 1-olrco
& Co., wo offer tho same for salo at very
low pi Icon.
INTEK.ISLAND STEAM N. CO.
Honolulu, June 14, 1638. GO 2w
DIVIDEND of Fifteen Dollars per
slime will be payable June 13th,
1888, to tho btookholdeis of the Kohala
Sugar Company at thu ofllco of Castle &
J. B. ATHEKTON,
Secretary, Kohala Sugar Co,
Honolulu, Juno 12, 18bS. CO 8t
A DIVIDEND of Ten Dnllais per
share will bo payable Juuo 13th,
1888, to tho stockholder of Grove Hunch
Plantation at tho ofllco of Castle &
J. B. ATI1ERTON,
Treasurer, Grovn Hunch Phmtution,
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1888, 03 8t
Auction- Sales by Jainos F. Morgan.
Landlord's Notice of Salo of Goods
Taken Under Distress.
W1IEUEA.S, Keonl (k), of Honolulu,
litis niaiio default In Urn payment
of tent ol certain premises situated on
Smith tti cot, in said Honolulu, ami has
allowed, the simo to become in at rears,
and, whetuns the undersigned has dis.
trained the goods and chattels of said
Koonl (1) lo satisfy such arrears: Notice
is liotoby given Hint Bald goods and
chattels, to wit: 1 c.ujlagc, will bo sold
at public auction at the Salesroom of
J. F. Morgnn, auctioneer, on Queen
struct, In fnkl Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno S3, '88,
AT 1S4 O'CLOCK. NOON,
Dated Honolulu, Juno 0, 1888. 02 IGt
Sale of Leases
By older of tho Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, June mil,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOUS,
The Leases of the following
Pieces or Parcels of Lands,
Term of 15 Yearss
i House Lot at Kawaiahao, King
fctreetjL. C. A. 824 B, cout-ilulnj; COS
stiuato fathoms. Ui.set pi ice, 800 per
S-Lot 35 at Knpahulu, Wnikiki,
annua !)2. L. C. A. 85C9 B. WW, acres.
X Lot at Manoj. It. P. 180. 5 UB-lOO
4. Lot at Manoa. L. C. A 1950. It.
P. 2593. 73 100 acres.
5 Laud at Moamriua, npaua 2 nnd !5.
R. P. 420. L. C. A. 1754. 83.100 acres.
Land at ICailim, Oahu, lipaua 2.
Grant 2S0G. 5 75-100 acres.
"J" Land nt ICauhoku, lvona, Hawaii.
II. I. 2020. 37U acres.
S ICeopu 2, N. Komi, Hawaii. Part
of K. V. !!M8npntial. "
1) Ahupuan of Kanhiitla, llilo, Ha.
waii, award C. It. 1. 6711. Contain
iiiR 75'.f acres.
lO The Fish Pond of Pnhaunui,
Mokaucu. Part of L. O. A. 0150. 10
11 Fish Pond of Ananolioiki, Mo.
kauoa. Paitof h. C. A. 1450. 18 2-10
IS Fish Pond of Anauoho, Mo
kauea L. C. A. 0150.
i;j Scaflshcry of Mokaucn. Part of
L. C A. 0150. 200 acres.
14 Also the lente fur 10 years of lot
at Pnnahou. Section 2 of opana 2. It.
P. 5001. L. C. A 8241. SO 24.100 acres.
15 Lot 18 at ICapiolani Paik for the
unexpired term of lease from the unex
pired term of lease fiom the Kapiolani
Parties nurchasinc the leases of the
Fish Ponds, will bo required to furnish
a bond of 500, for the faithful perform
mice of contract.
payable Semi-annually in
JgyFor further particulars apply to
the Trustees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CO tri Auctioneer.
Just received a lino of
Eastern Fireworks !
The nbove aio of this year's manufacture
and from tite leading factories
cf the East,
C. W. MACFARLANE.
fcs-tf-tv QHIPPERS of Freight by
frrKVS K7 tiio steamer " w. U.
fctjgijfccraSB null " aro nerouy notiueu,
that no freight will be received after 8
o'clock A. ji., ou the day of sailing.
Per orrier, J. ENA,
Honolulu, Juno 8, 1888 04 lm
HOUSE TO' .LET
AT tho corner of Fort nnd
Kukui btrcotH. Enquire
! of S. ItOTII,
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
MY SORREL Puddle
gentlo and sound
W. F. Fit E Alt,
aO tho Creditors of the Estate of Lam
. Chock (Ch), of Honolulu, a bunk,
rupt, take nolico:
That the undersigned, Assignees of tho
Estate ol Linn Chock, a bankrupt, have
preparatory to their ilunl account and
dividend submitted their account as
such Assignees aud filed tho Etinio be.
fore Hon. E. Preston, Justice of tho
Supreme Court, at his Chambers, to
whom ho will npply at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on TUESDAY, the 10th Inst., for settle,
ment of mild accounts nnd for a dis
charge from all liability as such As
signees, ami for an order to make a
And that any person interested may
then unri lhero appear and contest tho
Baine. W, 0. PARKE,
Assignees Estate of Lum Chock.
Honolulu, Juno IU, 1888. 07 Ut
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Bulluiin.
NEW GOODS !
Tho undersigned calls tho atlcntlon-of
tho public to
New Lines of G-oods
Juet received ex late at rival?,
Hawaiian, Amorlcau & English Flags,
Itnmi IS all Jooi1m, KuvcIn,
Bound Story Books
Ptase Book & Dictionary.
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery !
Together with ovcrythlnir lo lie found in
a well-appointed stationery stoic.
fSTlNSPECTION IS INVITED'!!
A. M. HEWITT,
05 Merchant Street. Bm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho well-known ami favorite Al Bark
"Men- A Bessie"
Will leave for tho above port
On or about the 19th instant.
fg"For freight or passago having
Sur-mtton CAiiiKimd Sturkaoe Accom,1
modations, apply at the ofllco of
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
05 tf .
At Less than Auction Prices !t
Privato Salo ol Household Goods.
PROF. Van Slykc, of Oahu College,
Punnhou, offers for sale (on ac
count of rtepaituri'), nt very low prices
a few choice articles of furniture, in
cluding two laigo handsome Easels, a
11. V. Seciotary nnd Bookcase, com
bined; a B. AV. vclvet-upholslercri Easy
Chair, a beautiful hanjiing.lamp, several
10-feet Cornice Poles with fixtures, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very little
upcd), a Bed, Spring and Hair Mattress, a
very nice aud handy B. W Music Rack,
several small Fancy Tables, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &e. Also, a young llrst
elass Horso, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brake (nearly as good as new),
and a Single Harness, 1 Ladies' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. These articles can
bo examined and purchased at any lime
beforo June 27th. 03 2
IN LARGE VARIETY
-FOR SALE BY-
f5?"Priccs lists furnished
Gllm JUST RECEIVED
Carriage Wraps, Kid Gloves,
Ladies' and Childrcns'
Blact Diamona Dye Hosiery
And n full lino of
Sateens, All Colors,
vou ham: at
57 No. 10 Store. 2w
(Successors to Sanders' Express &
SANDERS & F. I. CUTTER, Prop'lrs.
ontce, HI Kiiie Stieet.
By tho consolidation of the abovo
mentioned business increased facilities
aio obtained to satisfy tho wants of tho
public in the conducting of a
General Drayage & Express Business.
Wagons of tho Compnuy nro prctent
nt arrival of each Foreign and Islands
steamer. Full chuigo taken of all lug.
gagis and parcels ot trnvolois, and tho
same checked through, when ncccefnry,
lo all points'. Special attention given to
the removal of pianos and furnituro to
and irom all points in tho oily and
suburbs. Reasonable rates for general
drnyingand all business promptly at
Tclcphono No. 0G -a 1ST Give Us a Call.
N. B. Tho collecting of ltubblsli,
formally carried on by Mr. N. F. Bur
gess, will bo carried on as usual and
orders may bo loft ns above. (!0 2m
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
Whalo Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wlrio; 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 Inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, vilth mast and sails all
complete! 1 23 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island subscription, $4 per annum.
Buflfe hlmik Expr'ss
SUGAR PLANT 1
Tho Kiiliro Plant of the
Mill Coram, liala,
Is ollcicd For S.ile. Tho Maclilnriy
is iu perfect working order
and consipt ol
Olio 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trnsli-carrier. Etc., complete,
1 Pair ol Boilers Gx20.
1 Douulo Effect 6 nnd 7 (cot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Ccntrifurjals nnd Engine,
Together with the muni assortment of
Clarifiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California & Island Mules,
Cnno CariB & Geit'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after next crop
has been harvested, sny about July 1,
tS'Vor further particulars apply to
Wll Bros.' Porl. Cunt.
Coal Tar, Stoclolm Tar,
F. AV. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
I'OIt NAlil". V
H. Hackfeld & Co.
The Aganls of the
Oceanic S. 8. Com'y
Have ai ranged for an Excursion
of Teaehcis wishing to visit
the Convention jpf the
Held in San Francisco,
July 1 Ttli to SOili.
Round trip tickets from Honolulu
San Francisco and return:
Which includes tho initiation or mem-
bcraliip fee and nil tho privileges
of the Association.
KEP-For further particulars apply to
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOK SAX FKANCISCO,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, wil
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
nnd Auckland on or about
' July 1, 1888.
And will lcavo for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For f i eight or passage, having SU.
PE1UOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Afjenla
For Sydney and Auckland,
and fluo Al
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Frauoisco on or about
July 4, 1888,
And will have prompt ditpatch with
malls and passengers for the abovo ports.
For freight or pusengo, having BU
PEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
to ' '
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agenta
NKATLY DONE and with despatch
at tho HAWAIIAN HOTEL STA
BLES. Hand Clippers. 82tf .
Aistralian Mail Service.