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Watqr Rates. .
In accordance with Section I of
Chapter XXVI, of the Laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
leges, or those paying water rale.",
are hereby nolilicd that the water
rates for tho term, ending December
31, 1888, will bo due and payable at
tho offlco of the Honolulu Water
Works on the 1st of July, 1888.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days, after they are due,
will bo subject (o an additional 10
Pai ties paying lutes will pleaso
presont their last receipt.
Rates arc payable at tho ofllco of
the Water Works, in tho Kapuaiwa
Tho statute allowing no discietion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. J3. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, H. I., June 15, 1888.
BISIIOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian I si and b.
Draw Exchange on tlio
JBEuulc oi Oulilox-iiin., . JJ.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commcrcii'l Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Geneial Banking Business.
Pledged to neithev Sect nor Parly,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1888.
BILL RELATING TO SCHOOL FEES.
Bill No. 1, to amend section -1 of
an Act entitled an Act to "regulate
the remission, exemption and col
lection of tuition fees in the public
schools of the Kingdom," approved
Aug. 29, 18S1, introduced early in
the present session, and at the pres
ent, we believe, in the hands of some
committee, appears to have been
misunderstood by some interested
parties in one of tho country dis
trict. For their benefit the text of
the bill is here reproduced.
Section 1. That Section 4 of an
Act entitled an Act "To Regulate
the Remission, Exemption and Col
lection of Tuition Fees in the Public
Schools of the Kingdom," bo and
the same is hereby amended so as
to read as follows :
Section 4. All parents or guard
ians shall be at liberty to send their
children, free of any charge for
"tuition, to the Government Day
Schools, conducted in the English
language, where tho oulinary com
mon school branches only are taught.
The object of the bill, a3 plainly
expressed, is to make all the Gov
ernment day schools, where the ordi
nary common school branches only
are taught, flee. There can be no
objection to this, provided the pub
lic treasury is capable of bearing
tho extra demand which such a law
would entail. Compulsory educa
tion and free schools should go
together, if possible. But it is a
question whether the revenue from
school fees can bo dispensed with
WHY "thTbAND" PLAYED.
The question has been asked why
Mr. Bcrger gave a moonlight con
cert at Emma. Square last night,
-when there were so many other en
tertainments being given. We un
dertake to answer for tho indefati
gable Bandmaster, from having
heard his viows many times, with
out consulting him on this occa
sion. The open-air band concerts
arc common every week occurrences
throughout the year. This being
so, when any other class of enter
tainment is on to which people are
inclined to go, they will not absent
themselves because the band is
playing elsewhere. They say, we
have tho band all the timo; tho
other affair comes but seldom.
Then there are many peoplo who go
to the band concerts regularly, but
never go elsewhere. Should those
people bo deprived of their regular
pleasure, becauso some other source
of enjoymcntls available for which
Reasoning thus, Mr. Bergcr,
with his boys, gave a very enjoy-
tiblo concert nl Emma Square last
night, to a fnir size, attentive, ami
appreciative audience. Scarcely n
pCKon of llmt audience, it is prolty
safe to say, would liavc been at
any of the various other gatherings
of lnbt evening if there had been no
Merger's reasoning is for tho
public enjoyment, and Uergcr is a
"brick." lie is, and regards him
self as, "the servant of the people,"
and tho people admit that he serves
them well ami faithfully. If every
public servant in the kingdom did
his paitas cfllciently, thoroughly,
and faithfully as the Bandmaster,
tho public service of Hawaii would
beat tho world.
WILL THEY REPEAT FOR A LAUD
The Honolulu Rides' Armory is a
hall which, in addition to being a
drill shed, fulfils a purpose which no
other hall in tho town i,s capable of
doing to the same extent. For in
stance, for holding fairs, large balls,
mass meetings, etc., there is no
other place so commodious and con
venient. To such uses it has been
frequently put, and is likely to bo
as available in the future as it has
been in the past. Probably a por
tion of the approaching Fourth of
July celebration will be hold there.
Thus the Rifles' Armory has
come to be regarded as a public hall
for public purposes, as much as an
armory and drill room for the volun
teers ; and therefore the public arc
interested in its maintenance, and
should be willing to contribute a
share of tho expense.
At the present time the armory is
in a condition needing some renova
tion and repairs, and wc have no
doubt the public would be perfectly
willing to contribute tho cobt, if
asked to do so. And the asking
might be done in some other way
than carrying around a subscription
list. By a public entertainment, for
instance, to which an admission fee
is charged. It would be an cas'
matter to raise a sum of money a
suflicicnt sum for the renovation re
quired in this way, and hand it
over to the Rifles. Those gentlemen
would undoubtedly be thankful for
the donation, and the public would
get the benefit.
Wc have among us a company of
amateur theatricals, whose perform
ances have been frequently wit
nessed with pleasure by the people
of Honolulu. Could not these ladies
and gentlemen be induced to give
an entertainment for the
above indicated? Very
they played "Engaged"
Opera House, for tho first time.
This is a play entirely new to Hono
lulu, and would bear a repetition.
In fact, numerous ladies and gentle
men havo expressed in oui hearing
a wish to see it over again. Could
not the company he induced to re
peat "Engaged" sometime not too
far in the future, for the benefit of
the Honolulu Rifles' Armory, a
place of general utility? We pause
for an answer.
PRIZE M'KAKINU EXERCISES.
Yesterday afternoon the hall of
Oahu College was crowded with the
friends of the institution,- to listen
to tho prize-speaking conneotcd with
tho annual closing and graduating
exercises of the pupils.
Among those present wore Hon.
A. F. Judd, Chief Justice and
Chancellor of the Kingdom, lions.
L. McCulIy and S. B. Dole, Asso
ciate Justices of the Supreme Couit,
Rev. Drs. Beckwith and Hyde, Rev.
S. 12. Bishop, Rev. Mr. Sellwood of
Oregon, Rev. W. B. Olcson, Prin
cipal of the Kamehamcha School,
Prof. M. M. Scott, lions, C. R. Bis
hop. II. S. Townsend and II. Dea
con, Messrs. W. W. Hall, C. M.
Cooke and many others.
A caiofully prepared programme
was excellently executed, tho elocu
tion being almost perfect, reflecting
great credit on tho teacher who
must havo been a faithful worker to
havo accomplished so much.
Tho musical part of the pio
grauimo was under tho direction of
Mrs. Vifn Slyko, and it goes without
saying among ail who know nn3r
thing at all of the musical abil
ity of this talented lady, that this
part of tho entertainment was most
creditable, botli to scholars and
The first declamation, "Executivo
Power," by Master It. A. Lyman,
was remarkably well delivered and
at its conclusion whispers of ap
proval were distinctly audible all
over the hall.
Tho recitation by' Miss Cornelia
D. Robertson, "Asleep at the
Switch," was also good, and
brought forth merited applause.
Tho ncxl.ji declamation by Ern
est Lyman, " Caseins against
Ciesnr,'' showed tlio fine voico and
oratorical powers of this young man
The next declamation, by Master
Albeit F. Judd, "Miltiadcs guilty
of picking and stealing," was re
ceived witli rounds of laughter.
This was a humorous piece, depict
ing tho woes of Miltiadcs, who had
climbed into a trco to steal tho fruit.
While there and in the act of filling
his pockets, the branch broke and
left poor Miltiadcs suspended to a
limb of the lico by his strong jacket.
The youthful dcclaimcr left him in
this awkward position, and retired
from the stage amidst rounds of
The next recitation was by Miss
Adclc Widdoflcld, entitled, '"Buce
phalus." It was well rendered and
showed considerable training of the
young lady in elocution.
Master II. W. Chamberlain de
claimed tho "Roman Soldier" in 'a
very masterly manner.
At this junction, Rev. W. C. Mcr
ritt, President of the College, said
that this exhibition was tiic outcome
of the regular routino work of the
school. Another part of the school
work, "Compositions," was referr
ed to a Committee who are to award
the prizes, but at their suggestion
two of said compositions would be
read by the authors, before the au
dience assembled there.
Mr. Merrill called upon Master
W. A. Baldwin, who read an essay
on "A conference of Spirits in Ha
des." This was a remarkably well
written essay, and showed deep
thought and logical reasoning. Tho
other was by Antonc Perry, and was
a statistical account of the Portu
guese Settlement in this country,
beginning with the arrival of the
first Portuguese in 1805, through
successive years, up to 188G, when
there were 10,113 of that national
ity in the country.
Then followed the next number
on tho programme by Miss Minnie
Brown, a recitation entitled the
"Tell-tale." This piece was excep
tionally well rendered, the speaker
showing no restraint, or studied at
titudes, but a free and natural
style, that contributed much to
wards the success she attained.
The recitation, "The Maiden Mar
tyr," by Belle Louisson, was tho
gem of the occasion, and at tlio fin
ish the young lady retired amidst a
storm of applause.
A declamation by Clias. K. Hyde,
entitled "Darius Green," was a
comic sketch, portraying the adven
tures of a man with a flying machine.
This young gentleman seemed pe
culiarly well adapted for this piece,
as a vein of humor and a natural
aptitude for mimicry were plainly
discernablo throughout the whole
recitation. He kept the audience
in a good humour, and retired cov
ered witli glory for the maslerly
manner in winch he handled his
"Wolsey's Farewell," by E. E.
Mossman, was a line exhibition of
elocution, and showed close study'
and application. The part whero
Wolsey cautions CioniweJl to T'bc
warc of ambition for by that sin fell
the angels," was exceptionally fine,
and was listened to in profound si
lence. A composition entitled "Aloha to
'88," was read by Miss Carrie
Green. It reviewed the peculiar
traits of the members of the class as
also the teachers of the school, and
expressed regret that the ties of
companionship were going to be
broken and that some of them were
about to enter upon a new life bv
taking their places in the busy
world. The .piece closed by wish
ing all who remained a farewell and
Tho next in order was the award
ing of prizes. Mr. Mcrritt stated
that the Rev. Dr. Damon left in his
will the sum of $500.00, the
income of which should be dis
tributed in prizes among the pupils
of tho school by the President. The
income from this money amounts to
about 840. The awards, arc made
by a committee selected for that
purpose. Tlio President said that
he had offered a prize of $5 for the
best essay on Prohibition, at the
first of the session, and Horace
Chamberlain was declared winner.
He hoped that no ill feelings would
be engendered by the award of
prizes. He explained that tlio com
positions are placed in his hands,
and at the end of the year, they are
all placed in the hands of the com
mittee, with the number and not tho
name of the writer, so that the com
mittee know nothing about who is
awarded the prize, but simply state
that it is awarded to number so and
so. A tabic, is kept with the num
bcr,and namo to which thtif number
is assigned, so that when the com
mittee call tlio number that has been
awarded tlio first prize, tho Princi
pal calls tho name of the scholar.
Thcro are two prizes for composition,
one for tlio beat literary effort, and
tho other for the best collective lot
of compositions for the year.
Tho Rev. W. B. Olcson, chair
man of tlio committee on prizes for
elocution, announced that after care
ful consideration the committee had
awarded tho flrul prize to Miss Belle
Louisson, $7.50; 2nd prizoto Chas,
K. Hyde, 5. These wero all the
prizes contemplated by the Presi
dent, but through the kindness of
Mrs. Corn well, a Jlrd prizd, consist
ing of a beautifully bound volume
of "Golden Poems," was presented
to E. E, Mossman,
Mrs. Judgo McCulIy read tlio re
port of- tho committee to whom tho
compositions wero referred, recom
mending thot tho first prize bo given
to W. A. Baldwin, 87.50,tho second
to Antono Perry, $5, and honorably
mentioning Miss Carrio Green, for
nn ablo composition on Mark An
tony, Miss Belle Louisson for one
on Uncle Sam's Farm, and Miss
Tho prizes for penmanship were
awarded as follows: 1st. prize $10,
to Mary Alexander; 2d. prizo $8,
to R. A. Lyman, and 3rd. prizo $5,
to Jas. Kcola. This tliiid prize of
$." was tho gift of Mr. J. II. Paty,
nnd did not como out of tho Damon
fund for prizes.
Tho exercises were concluded by
tho scholars and audience repairing
to the campus, whero the graduat
ing class, with speeches and pong,
planted a banyan tree".
Tho exercises wcio highly credit
able to all concerned, both teachers
and scholars, and where all did so
well, it was a most difficult task to
award prizes, but tho awards were
spoken of among the audience as
being extremely fair and impartial,
and gave general satisfaction to
them, if not to tho scholars.
1'lItST ANNUAL EXIIIUITIOX.
The first years woik of the above
institution formally closed witli the
exhibition of lost evening. From
the immense audience which
thronged the Gymnasium of the in
stitution outsldo and in, it is evi
dent that the school though so new,
has taken a strong hold upon the
people. About 7:15 o'clock tho
hall was full, so far as seating capa
city was concerned. By the lime
announced for tlio beginning of the
exhibition, all available standing
room was occupied. Tardy ones
had free access to the windows, and
they made free uso of their privi
leges. Rev. E. S. Timotco opened tho
exercises with prayer. Then the
boys under the direction of Miss
Dicsslcr, sang an old standard,
Vcnito Exultemm Domino, in a
style which at onco captivated the
audience. Then followed declama
tions interspersed with music and
school exercises, according to the
programme. Tlio music tlnough
out was such that a number of the
audience discussod among them
selves the propriety of an encore.
But the fact that such a feast was
offered by the programme made it
seem greedy to ask for more.
The "Artists at Works" created
something of a sensation, by a show
of some loally good ability. "Ra
pid Calculations" wcic so success
ful that the audience could hardly
believe in the honesty of the dis
play. Mr. Townsend was called
upon to give the school some im
promptu questions. He was not
able to give examples so fast as the
leader put forward 03' the school,
and the full and prompt responses
which he received showed to the
satisfaction of all that the work was
really honest. "Wonderful" was
the word commonly used to describe
The whole entertainment was a
brilliant success, and all went away
Next year the capacity of the
school will be greatly increased, and
greater things yet may be expected
in June of 1889.
THE H. R. A.
The citizens' match promises to
be exceedingly interesting on the
-lth of July. The following is a list
of the ptics already received:
A babv caniage, valued at
$20, from "p. K. Williams; a dozen
silver tea spoons, valued at $1G,
from 15. O. Hall & Son ; a toilet set
from G. W. Macfarlane & Co. ;
Lewis & Co., a ham; Benson &
Smith, perfumery, valued at 818 ;
West & Co., a banjo, valued at $15,
Mrs. Thos. Lack,Stcven's pistol, val
ued at $20 ; Ilollister & Co., meer
schaum pipe, valued at $20 ; C. J.
McCaithy, box Havana cigars, val
ued at $5; King Bros., card case,
valued at $5 ; G. W. Macfarlane &
Co., toilet bet, valued at $5; Hopp
& Co., cradle, valued at $5 ; J. D.
Trcgloan, order for pair of pants,
valued at 810; Lowers & Cooke, set
of tree pots, valued at $2.50; A.
Kraft, guitar, valued at $20 ; "W. S.
Luce, something valuable ; M. Mc
Inorny, a cologne case, valued at
$10; C. Gcrtz, pair dancing
pumps, valued at $1 ; W. II. Gracn
halgh, writing case, valued at 89 ;
M. Goldberg, Springfield rifle, belt
and cartridges, valued at 820;' II.
May & Co., box of lea, valued at
S5 ; Dodd & Miller, 10 gal. keg of
beer; Hart & Co., largo cake, val
ued at $5.
ENGINE Co. No. 2 will meet for n
drill nt 7:30 o'clock, TIII8(Fri.
1st Asst. Foreman
A SMALL Gold Breast Pin, with tho
word "Alolm." Finder will ho
rowarded on returning sumo to Bui,
lutin Office. 75 3t
Prof, Cauaris' Matinee,
Saturday, Juno 23, 1888.
npo avoid crowding at tho box office,
JL tickets may bo obtained nt tho
ofllco of J. B. Brown & Co. until 12
o'clock noon to-iaouow. Tickets may
ul bo lu purchased nt tho thctilro upon
tho opening of tho doors nt 2 r. u. 75 if
rpHrTDATLY BULLETIN Hv"o
J. evening paper. 60 ccuts per month.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
On SATURDAY, June 23th, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 211.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street, an
Dry Goods, Clollii, Etc.
Also, a large assortment of
Snoks Corn, Backs Potatoes,
Sacks Onions, Etc., Etc.
Household Furniture !
1 B, W. UpMst'd Parlor Set,
1 II. C. Sofa, 1 Velvet Uphol. Chair,
1 Eb. Easel Pendant & Stand Lamps,
Bedsteads, Matlrnssc3, Etc , Etc.,
1 Davis Sowing iMnclihiD,
1 Florence Sewing Machine,
Cane Veranda & Rccl'g Chairs
AND AT 12 OL'COCK NOON,
1 Saddle Horse, 1 Phaeton,
1 2.whecl Top Brake,
2 Car Horses,
2 Seta Single Harness, &c., &c.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
62 2t Auctioneer.
Announcement I'.xtrnordlnnry !
THE ONLY GREEK
Prestidigitator & Necromancer,
13y request of many gentlemen of
Honolulu, will give
A Matinee on Saturday,
AT :SO O'CLOCK.
When will he presented some wonderful
tricks, especially adapted for
ladies and children.
4 Souvenir Prizes 4
Willi BIZ OI VRN A IV A V.
Two for Boys nnd two for Girls. The
first two number of inch winning.
E-D0 NOT FAIL TO COME -a
Children, 25c; Atlnlts, 50c.
Saturday Evening, June 23rd,
Farewell Reception of
Washington frying Bishop
By special request,
THE SlpEtEX1 OF
! MIND READING !
New & Startling Experiments I
Without contnet with tho subjects
of the tests.
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON.
Box plnn will bo open on Wednesday
morning, at 0 o'clock, at J. E. Brown &
Co.'s, Merchant street. 71 td
MUSIC furnished for balls, parties
and serenades by Palmer's String
Band. Orders left at 0. E. Williams"
or ring up Mutual Telephone 830. 74 tf
TUB undersigned as Assignee of
Ohun Hoy, of Honolulu, n bank,
rupt, has tho following articles belong,
ing to tlio following persons left with
Chun Hoy for repairs, namely:
Clock belongs to Leo Choy.
" A White Man.
" A Chinnmnn.
" A Colored Man.
" A Chinaman.
" Ah Chuck.
" A Native Policeman.
" Cliun Foong.
" Chang Wai Chock.
" A Chinaman,
" A Chinnman.
" linn Chlu.
" A Chinnman.
1 Musio Box belongs to Young Lee.
And ho hoi cby notifies tho owners of
the nbovo named m tides that if tho
same ure not claimed on or heforo tho
10th day of July next, thoy will ho spld
at auction for tho benefit of whom it
W. O. PAHICK,
Assignee of the Estate of Chun Hoy,,
Honolulu, Juno 81, 1888. 74 lit
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
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Landlord's Notice of Salo of Goods
Takon Under distress.
WHEREAS. Keonl (k),,of 'Honolulu,
1ms in ado default In tlio p.iyment
of tent of ceitaln premies sltuiuulon
Smith sttcct, in snlcl Honolulu, nnd has
allowod the same to become in nricnis,
and, wlicrcus the umlerslgnul has dis
trained thu goods and chattels of said
Keonl (Is) to satisfy such arrears: Notice
is lieioliy given that raid goods ami
chattels, to wit: 1 c Ullage, will be sold
nt public auction at tho SnluM-otini of
J. F. Morgan, nuclloiiccr,-on Queen
street, in mid Honolulu,
On Saturday, Juno 23, '88,
AT IB O'CLOCK NOON,
Dated Honolulu, Juno 0, 1888. C2 ICt
ASSIGNEES' SALE OF
Store PBnltore ft Pfflorie
By order of W. F. Allen and A. J. Cait-
wrlglit, Anslgnccs of tho Estate
of F. Brown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 25fh, '88
AT 1! O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the stoic of IUowii & Co, Merchant
2 Koa Desks, 2 Iron Safes,
1 g-Whcel Delivery IVncon.
1 Irny, llonrt Cnrt, Ac.,
1 Bottling Machine, 1 Corking Machine.
70 cases of Fine Champagne,
Port Winn, ftc, &.
JAS. A. MOItGrAN,
73 4t Auctioneer.
Sale of Leases
By order of ihe Trustees of
His Majesty's Estate
I will pell nt Public Auction, at my
Salesri om, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, June 27th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Leases of tho following
Pieces or Parcels of Lands,
Term of 15 Years:
1 House Lot on King street oppo-ile
Kawainlino (Jhurcli, L C. A. 2IjO, It
P. 4r00 15. np-ina a, contiininu: 0 square
chains, UJ squutc fathoms, and 33 square
iect. upset price, a00 per annum.
3-Lot 35 nt Kapabulu, Wnikiki,
apana 2. L. C. A. 8509 B, H1J4 acres.
3 Lot at Manoa. R. P. ISO. 5 80-100
4 Lot nt llanoa. L. C. A. 1650 It.
P. 2503. 73 100 acres.
5 Land at Moannlun, apana 2 nnd 3.
It. P. 420. L. O. A. 1701. 83-100 acres.
(J Land at Kailua, Oabu, npana 2.
Grant 2G00. C 70-100 ncres.
V Lnnd at Knuliaku, Kona, Hawaii.
It. P. 2028. 373 acres.
8 Keopu 2, N. Kona, Hawaii. Part
of K. P. 3148 apana 1.
a Abupuaa of Kaubiula, Hilo, Ha.
waii, award 15. It. P. 6711. Contain
ing 70Jf acres.
lO Tho Fish Pond of Pahounui,
Mokauea. Part of L. U. A. CJB0. 10
11 Dish Pond of Ananoboiki, Mo
kauca. Part of L. C. A. C4C0. 18 2-10
12 Fish Pond of Annnohonul, Mo
kauen. L. O. A. 0100.
IS Senflshcry of Jlokauca. Part of
L. O. A. 0)50. 200 acres.
14 AUo the le.ibo for 10 years of lot
at Punnhou. Section 2 of npana 2. 2t.
P. 5904. L. O. A 8241. 30 24.100 acres.
15 Lot 18 at Kapiolani Park for the
unexpirtd term of lcaso from tho Ka
piolani Park Association.
Parties purchasing tlio leases of tho
Fish Pondb, will ho required to furnish
a bond of 500, for the faithful perform,
ancc of contract.
Terms payable Semi-annually in
igjTFor further particulars apply to
the Trustees or to
JAS. F.- MOItGrAN,
00 td Auctioneer.
rfiu purciinso a
TO purciinso or leuso about
two seres land situated
J. E, BItOWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
Real' Estate For Salo.
4 LOTS ou tlio makai side
i of Berctanla street, near
Koeaumoku street, in this
city. Artesian water right
iiinlllflrfl. A rnrn Mini-inn.
beautiful location, terms easy. Inqulro
at QULIOK'S AGENCY.
- . ...... ..,
ITtOK BALE at tlio Koformatory
: School, by tho halo or ton.
05 tf Y. G. NEEDHAM.
rpHE WORKINGMAN'5 PAPER
XT "Tho Dally Bulletin," 5t? couU
Auction Sales by Lowls J. LoYoy,
Executors' Salo of a Yalnable Lcaso In
Honolulu At Auction.
Y order of O. Bolto nnd L.
ton, Jixcuntors of the
Geo. Enelchntdi. deceased. ( will nil nt
Public Auction, ut my Snlesiooms,
On Weiliiesrtiiy, Juno 27th,
AT 1!I O'CLOCK MOON,
Tho lease of the property dcscrlhid as
A certain piece of land nnd buildings
tlionon, pltunted on tliu miiUtii side of
Queen Mteul, commencing ou Queen
ii mn tho southeast corner of Queen and
Klchard streets, and lately occupied by
tho decensed Geo. Englchnrdt. The
lease has two years to run from .Juno 1,
1888, nnd thu runt is $21 per month or
$232 per annum. There h a sub lento
of a portion of thu pioperty lor tho
same length of time granted to W. F.
Blmrrni nt n monthly rental of $10, nnd
thcro is ou this portion of the property
a comrortablo coltnco nod stabling for
seu'ii horses, with a largo picco of land
suitable for pasture.
EBTTernii Cali, nnd deeds at expense
of purchaser. For fuithcr particulars
LEWIS J. LEVEY,"
CALIFORNIA L1IE !
FOR SALE CHEAP !
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.'S.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
NOTICE is hereby given that the final
entries for tho Hawaiian Derby,
2 mile dasli for 2-ycar olds, nativo
biod, to bo run under tho auspices of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club on tho 11th
of June, 1880, will bo closed on tho 30th
of June, 18SS.
Also, thnt nominations for the follow
ing l aces must be handed to the Secre
tary, accompanied witli entrance fee,
on or before tlio 30th of June, 1888.
"Hawaiian Derby," 1S90 foals of
1888 Sweepstakes of $50 added. To
bo divided as tho Club may diicct.
iiiIIg dash.for 2-ycar olds, native bred,
810 to be paid on nomination, and $15
on or bcfoio the 80th of June, 1889, for
feit unless filled by payment of the re
inoining S25 on or befoio June 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockoy Club Cup," for
1889 Sweepstakes of 25 added. 1 mile
dash for 3-ycar olds, native bred, $10
to be paid ou nomination, forfeit unless
filled by payment of remaining $15 on
or befoie June 1, 1889.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1890 Sweepstakes of ?50 added. To
bo divided as tlie Club may direct. 1
mile dasli for 3-year olds, native bred,
foals of 1887, $10 to bo paid on nomina
tion, and $15 on or before the 80th of
June, 1889, forfeit unless filled by pay
ment of the remaining $25 on or before
Juno 1, 1890.
"Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup," for
1891 Sweepstakes of $100 added. To
be divided as the Club may direct. 1
mile dash for 3-year olds, nativo bred,
foals of 1888, $10 to be paid on nomina
tion, 15 on or before June 30, 1889, and
$25 on or before June 30, 1890, forfeit
unless filled by payment of the remain
ing S50 on or before June 1, 1891.
ESf-Entiies made after abovo dates
must pay double.
C. O. BERGER,
Secietary, Hawaiian Jockey Club. .
At Less than Auction Prices I
Prlvnto Salo of Household Goods.
PItOF. Van Siyke, of O.ihu College,
Punnhou, oilers for salo (on nc.
count of depai lure), at very lowpilces
a few choice articles of furniture, in
eluding two large knndtomo Easels, a
B. Vf. Secrctnry nnd Bookcase, com.
binedja B. W. vclvet-upholstered Easy
Chair, a beautiful hanging lamp, several
10-fcct Cornico Poles witli fixtures, a
Davis Sewing Machine (very littlo
used), a Bed, bpi Ing and nair Mattress, a
very nice and Juindy B. V. Music Rack,
several small Fnncy Tubles, Shelves,
Brackets, Rugs, &c. AUo, a young ilrst
class Horse, broken to both harness and
saddle; a Brako (nearly as good as now),
and a SInglo Harness, 1 Ladies' Saddle
and 1 Gent's Saddle. These articles can
bo oxamined nnd purchased at any timo
before June 27th. 03 2w
rPHE following nuimal
X will bo eoIu tit public
auction at tho Government
Pound, at Wnimano, District ofEwa,
on THURSDAY, Juno 28ih, atuoon: 1
bullock with red stripe, wire at tho
no-e, the tip of tho horns cut, nl:o a cut
on the neck, white spbt on tho stomach
and tail, branded somewhat like a, for
Duwbitt; foro and hind left legs nro
branded with tho same, and below is
branded witli a pccullnr brand.
Pound MnBter of Wnimano, District
of Kwtt, 73 lw
ALL amounts due tlio firm of Brown
& Co., Wine & Spirits Merchants,
of Honolulu, that wero contracted pre.
vlous to tho 30th day of March last, if
not settled beforo the tlth day of Juno
next, will be placed in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
buo for, and recover at onco.
A: J. OAUTWRIGHT.
W. F. ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown &. Co.
Honolulu, May 21. 1888. 481m
Lectures by Mrs, F, Williams"
A T Harmony Hall.
XX. "Georirn VMni i'IViliti i
cus Aurclius," "Republic of Venice"
and "Schopenhauer:" Juno 20th, 'July
um, mm, mil auuraiii, ot 7s40o'olocic.-
iickcts at tho bookstores or tho door.