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BISHOP & Co., BARKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Esohinge on tlio
Bauic ol California, . IT.
And thou aeents lu
NEW YORK, B0S70U, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N M. Roilm-nlld & Bon, Tmdon
Tlio Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The llaukof New Zealand: Auoklaud,
Ohristchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
totla, D. 0., and Portland. Or.
Transact a Genera! Lcuklii' Busbies..
Plained to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 1 1, 1888.
THE PALI AND PUNCHGQWL
The special committee on the
Minister of Finance's rcpoit express
the opinion that "most of the public
irnprovemcntsproposel"by the Gov
ernment" arc items of evident im
provement to the country," and
they "recommend that the Legisla
ture appropriate the various amounts
asked for, with the exception of the
road over Xutinnu Pali, $15,000,
andthe Punchbowl Hill road, 8,000.
The committee are not opposed to
these projects, but think it would
be too much to attempt them at
"Wo partly agree with the com
mittee, but not entirely. The im
plication that the both projects be
long to the same classification con
stitutes our ground of dissent. They
cannot be justly consideicd as be
. longing to the same class.
The road over the Pali will con
nect with Honolulu a large and
fertile district, already very produc
tive, and capable of much greater
possibilities, besides pasbing through
country for the greater part of its
length more or less populated. A
good carriage and wagon road, that
could be travelled ca.ily and safely
in all weathers, connecting Honolulu
with the opposite side of the island,
would be a great developer of re
sources. But as everything that is
good and useful in the way of pub
lic works cannot be done, or even
attempted, all at once, and as theic
are other highways more urgently
needed in many parts of the country
than the road over the Pali, wc do
not quarrel with the committee for
not recommending an appropriation
for this work at present.
A good carriage road to the top
of Punchbowl would be a splendid
luxury for the people of Honolulu.
"Wc should all like veiy much to
have it, and even to extend it be
yond, to the top of Mount Tantalus.
How nice to be able, without toiling
and exhausting one's wind, to get
up of an evening into that pure air
and those cooling breezes, away
from the dust and sultriness of the
city ! But should we expect the
people's money to be thus expended
for our comfort and pleasure, while
so many country districts are dis
tressed for the want of passable
necessary thoroughfares? Don't
think so. Necessaries take prece
dence of luxuries. If there is not
money enough for the necessaries,
wc must for awhile forego the lux
uries. Although we should very
much like to have both at once. But
let us have the neces-iarics first.
Geutlemen of the committee, wo aie
with you in this matter.
weight; the third the lowness of
the water rent offered is, pvr -sc,
invalid ; for the Government is not
a speculator, and should not enter
upon any enterprise for profit. All
undertakings of the- Government
should be for the convenience and
the good of Ihu people governed,
and any Idea of the Government
making a pi olll out of the people le
ligiously eschewed. If profit is
the aim of public works, we may ex
pect a resort to turnpike gates on
That the Government would be
justified in taking up this enter
prise, wc do not pretend to say, not
having n knowledge of the district,
or the various attendant circum
stances essential to the formation of
a judgment; but asseit that, prima
facie, lb looks more like a proper
object for public expenditure than
the other two projects. Wc have
no doubt about them, nor hesitation
in saying that they arc distinctly
outside the range of legitimate Gov
cillo, Iho skull Of a sycophant, or
the egotism of a minister.
"With theso few rcmniks" I re
tire till a future occasion.
Eon ok 11l-i.ii.tis: Sir 1 was
not aware that there was more than
one "mind reader" in Honolulu,
until I rend the reply of Minister
Thurston in the Advcitiser, to the
questions asked by Noble Town-
send, in the Legislative Assemniy,
in regard to the pay of mechanics
nnd others, employed on the Molo
kai Water "Works, in February and
March. The Minister is able to
charge the said mechanics and
others with different sums of money
in those months which they did not
receive, or want, and did not get
until April, May and even June.
THREE PROJECTS IN THE LEGIS
LATURE. Lighting private houses with elec
tricity, erecting a poi factory for
hire, and digging a ditch for a water
supply at Ilamakua, Hawaii, arc
three projects which have received
some attention in the Legislature.
Thc first two the Government pro-
po?H t0 imdertaku, the other has
been brou lo iu nolice hy umn.
The "Advertiser" ivn.ft wcji 0f
tho two Honolulu enterprise., m ls
averse to the Ilamakua projeu..
There is no better way of arriving
at a rational conclusion than by
turning our contcmpoiary upside
down and placing its arguments ic
Jativo to these matters topsy-turvy.
Thus: Tho Ilamakua scheme is,
prima facie, the nearest approach
to a legitimate Uovcrninent under
taking of tlio three, because, as wc
understand it, it aims at opening
and populating a large tract of waste
land. In this way a ditch may bo
analogous to a highway.
Of the ''Advertiser's three argu
jneuta against tho project, tho llrot
two ma bo admitted as woithy of
ANTISHAMUS MAKES HIS BOW.
Antishamus. Anti against, op
posed to; shamus sham, humbug,
rot; antishamus against sham,
humbug, and all their relatives, big
Antishamus, a scrawling Arab of
the worst kind and the most ob
noxious propensities, projects a
foray upon the howling wilderness
of Honolulu, and herewith presents
his compliments to tho ladies and
gentlemen of this enlightened city.
Being of no particular country or
birthplace, a cosmopolitan fortui
tously cast upon every part of this
planet l3- accidental agency, a mcie
casual looker on, regarding the
world as an amusing piece of dam
aged machinery, of which each evo
lution produces some new folly
more glaring and more monstrous
than the last, and being the avowed
enemy of bosh, bunkum, and chi
canery. Antishamus is not troubled
by the prospect of being regarded
with disfavor by quacks, humbugs,
charlatan", and all dishonest per
sons. Antishamus cares very little for
the doings of unimpoitant people,
their character or misfortunes. The
private career and peisonal pecca
dilloes of humanity are no themes
for a genuine Arab, whose lofty
prejudices only sanction attack and
plunder in the camp of gicat chiefs,
men of renown and station, occupy
ing some public position.
The intrinsic value of the mighty
men who carry bureaucratic port
folios instead of blown paper par
cels, and stand proudly before the
country instead of propcily behind
the counter, is of no importance to
a wild Arab, who has a fellow
feeling for everything connected
with impudence and plunder.
Antishamus is not overwhelmed
with veneration for the great minds
of this great nation. He thinks the
wisdom they have reaicd on their
own behalf of the Timbuctoo breed
weedy and wooden.
There is a narrowness, an illiber
ality, an antediluvian look about the
laws, the customs, and the preju
dices of tlio place, repulsive to the
feelings and obnoxious to tho tastes
of an Arab. The days of Egyptian
darkness should pass away, and the
term of bondage in justice termi
nate. The Arab realises that to address
seriously the pretentious solecisms
of a mountebank existence, or to
urge in sober earnestness the claims
of truth and justice upon persons
who regaul both witli stolid indiffer
ence, would be a lecl.le... waste of
words. To convoy the accepted
axioms of polished intellect in the
recognised formula adapted to a
cultivated audience is not the object
or intention of Antishamus, who
desires only to be a Roman on the
Tiber, and a Gieek among tho
Levantines, and therefore proposes
to hoist the black (lag as an avowed
pirate, and insatiable depredator
upon tlio traders in humbug nnd
chicanery, wiio float their false
I wares or contraband notions upon
x shallow and dreary ocean of this
To icad Mner to a Hottentot,
Balzac to a Ru.W.u, or logic to a
Legislator, would ingress little
upon either; whereas the iin;myS
of a whip might woik miracles iu
tho dull apprehension of each.
People too gross for reason's gentle
influence may be convinced of their
deficiencies by a homcopathotio ap
plication of ridicule. Tlio essays of
a moralist may Unci no response in
stony sympathies or wooden heads;
but epigram, lampoon, and sarcasm
go clean tluough the hide of a hypo
s'., NOT S3.50.
Editou Bui.i.uiix: According to
Mr. Thurston, the Minister of the
Interior's tabulated financial state
ment as published yesterday, I, as
one of the persons employed at the
Molokai Water Woiks, am supposed
to bo amply paid at the late of
815. ."50 per day.
Now, Mr Editor, 1 engaged to
work theie at general blaeksinilhing,
at tho U'-ual city rate of Si per day,
which Mr. C. B. "Wilson understood.
Do you think, or any other rational
being, that a man would leave his
home here, and take up all tho dis
comforts of o.tmp life for less wages
than he could lcceive at his own
door? It is not likely. Now, I
have been here since the end of
May, and as yet have received no
pay at ain-iae for the Molokai
wo'iks. which lias, as I am not a
millionaire, put me to considerable
inconvenience. 1 interviewed a
lawyer a Representative on this
matter, but he seemingly could not
get a sight of the accounts or vouch
ers from the ollicial. in the Intciior
Ollicc, whether mislaid or misappro
priated, J leave the public to judge.
At any rate J wish to see this
amended. My wage-, aie passed as
being S-l.oO on Molokai instead of
?1 per day, ab every one knows, is
the lowest pay of a blacksmith even
Wishing you will give this pub
licity. Duncan McGui:gok.
EniToii Ici.li:tin : A petition
has been going the rounds of our
city, advocating the amending of
the Sunday law of the sessions of
1880, by adding a new section
thereto. ' This addition is put in as
an exception in favor of tho-o who
conscientiously believe and keep the
seventh day sabbath. This subject
was adverted to a few days ago by
His Excellency the Attorney-General,
in spe.iking of the law tcgulating
the observance of Sunday. His
remarks were as follows: "The
Seventh Day Advcntist -should be
protected. That if they conscien
tiously observed the seventh (lay,
they should be allowed to pursue
their avocations on Sunday pro
vided they disturbed no one by so
doing." This language undoubted
ly bpcaks unhesitatingly the Imiad
principle almost universally held,
that man has a pcifect right to
serve God, according to the dictates
of Ins conscience, among enlighten
ed and christian minds, and in doing
bo he should bo allowed the libeity
of obtaining a living for himself
and his family, the remaing six days
of his week. This principle is ac
knowledged as the Federal Consti
tution of the United btates, and de
cision, have been rendered against
state enactments whenever this
question has been brought before
the Judiciary of that free and en
lightened' countiy. All but two or
three slates of the Union have, in
consequence of the decision of the
highest tnbunal of the United States
have, so modified their laws as to
permit those of its citizens who ob
serve other than Sunday as the
sabbath, the liberty of doing so and
tho privilege of working on other
six days of the week, as allowed by
the fundamental law of the land.
It is to be regretted that the hasty
action of the Legislators of our
country, who piofess to be so very
much superior to anything that we
have ever had before as law-makers,
should have Mimninrily disposed of
n bill calling for relict in the inter
est of Sabbath Keepers. Li 111:111 y.
o'clock our upward trip was com
pleted, and wc stopped at Chicla,
12,220 ft. (3725 metres) above sea
Here there is a small hotel, which
however, on its advertising cards,
appears as "this magnificent hotel."
At all events they had plenty of
liquor, which seems to be the chief
thjng at all these places. It is
about thirty feet above tho railroad,
and you reach the balcony by an
easy 'flight of stairs. We went up
the steps slowly, but when we got
to the end found that we weto puff
ing and blowing and feeling rather
giddy. This is the effect of the
great elevation. We counted
the pulses of four of the
party, and they langcd from 91 to
112, the latter being mine. At Ma
tucara mine was only !)0, and at
Callao it was about 72. Otherwise
however, wc felt no unpleasant sen
sation. Wc had expected to find it oool,
to say the least, in the latter part of
our journey, and had conic prepared
with heavy clothes and overcoats.
The latter wo didn't need at all, and
the former wcro inconvenient. In
fact the temperature, which, at Cal
lao, was only 78 dog. Fahr., was 8!)
deg, at Chicla, the observations be
ing made with the same thermome
ter, a very good one. Unfortun
ately, wc had no barometer with us.
From the hotel veiandah wc could
sec tho snow-capped peaks of
Mount Mciggs, 17,.i71 ft. (."),J).")0
metres) above sea level, and when
a gust of wind came fiom that di
rection, we could leel the cold."
Near the hotel was a pack train
of llamas, the camels of the Andes,
that had just got in from the mines
with a lot of silver ore. Each car
ries a load of about one hundred
and fifty pounds (7(1 Kilos.) It is
said that if at all overloaded they
will simply lie down and refuse to
A" friend had given me a fine
cigar to sninke at Chicla. Some
who had made the tiip before said it
would not be safe to try to smoke it
on account of shoitnc.s ol breath.
I look it and promised to try to
smoke it, but 'told my fiiend that
the Andes might get the better of
me. lie assuied me that he would
back my wind against the Andes
any day. You see he has an idea
that T am a great talker, but, of
course, no one who knows me will
agree with him. However, I smok
ed the cigar and enjoyed it very
(To be continued).
Auction Sales by Lewis .. LeVoy.
rilElJEAS Mr V Ward. Assignee
TV of moits.igco in n rcrt-ln mnrt.
RHge wherein William Johnson is moit.
gngor and .lolin S. AlrUren Is mnrt.
SiiL-ce, dfitcd Janunry 10, lS'O, nnd ie.
corded in Liber 05 on pnC 201. -"
nfM 2(!f. has heretofore duly foiecloed
slid nurtgiige in accordance with the
power of fnlc therein coulaiuwl nnd the
provisions of tlio Act of 1871.
Now therefore by older of said As.
titfiirc of mnitt;ncc, I will w ni Public
AuitUn at my ale9roonis In Honolulu,
Oa Wednesday, July 18, 'S3,
AV IS O'CLOCK. XOOJf,
The properly covered by Bnld mortgage,
All th-ve lun 1 situate on the north
wtstetly - Ie of thcNuuanu Vnlloy ro.ul,
In .aid'llotmlulii, ami bounded ami de-.
ciihula follows: Commencing at the
n rtlmist con cr or angle of hit one of
the sutl pi entires on the said Nuutuiu
Va'lis iond, tlio same being the south
eastern point of J. W od's land; thence
runniim N. 31 deg. 20 lulu . 0t feet
along Wood's hind, S. (H do; rJ mill.
7. 91 twtnlnnir J. AlilnnV. limn, :-. 3T
tie... I) mln K 230 feet along lot two to
Nuuiinu Mreet, N. 41 deg. 1 mln. 14. S'.'.n
feel to poln. of beginning 407.100 nun 8,
tiigclher with tho buildings nnd lm.
Z$ I itiiis cash and deeds at expense
Jttini; np the Hirt'Krfj & CsVnUczncn of ESonolttit:!
Kin mi the LXiihlc-J!!
Stint? "i livoiybcidy nil over ISinvuli Koilll!
JjEWIS J. LEVEY,
('lias. CVlglilon, Attorney fornbsiguee
of mm igagu, t) ICnahumanu ttrcet.
"VTOTICR is hereby gicen that in nc
JL loidiici with tho law in Mich
(.!. niniit i. tul p (ivided, I will cause to
bu miUI il,i cli.ttclh or II liarber mkeli
by niu in dis l. lining for lent, to wit:
Wearing Apparel & Bedding !
nid Mile will take place al the Auction
i odiiis of I.ewN .1. f.PM'y, auctioneer,
coiiici of Foil and Qiaon btiout-,
On Saturday, July 2S, '88,
AT 10 O'CI.StCIt A. 3t..
HELLO, HELLO, HELLO,
Tell 'Em All, that .
HAVE OPENED T11EIH
low Candy Factory & Eleeut Caft Store
On Ilolol Street, .Now Xlrowor XilooJc.
"Vhcro they will ninliufacturo and bcII the FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AMD HOME-MADE CANDIES !
Fresh. Candies made every day.
An Elegant Absoi Uncut of FANCY CANDY & HON-HON,
150XKS (fc NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of nil kinds e ivcd fiom tho most unique soda fountain in the city.
jJSyCaudies earefully packed for shipment to the other "Islands.
:WIIOLl!:'-ALM & KlflTAIJL.:
King! Ring'! Keep on Hinging nnd call at
twa arj J n a JJ
V. 31. O. A. Gospel I'iuImj Senice
at (5:110 1". M. Come and liiinr a flic ml
Ers. BRODBE & WOOD,
SI JUcreLiuiIu fcStrctft.
to !) A. it.,
to fl::,0 l'. M.
!( 10 11 A. M.,
1 tO I) V. !.,
7 to 8 1. M.
Kawaiaiiao Ciiuncn. Jtev. It. 11.
Parker, pa-tor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaehhiff at 11"a. m.
Qurr.N Emma 11am. Gospel and
son -oiviee for Hawaiian- who 'peal;
Eugli-h at iili! 1'. M. (Jooil -'mjduj;.
blioit talks. Evorvhodv welcome.
.Iur.:r. M::mci : Oopel and
Son1.; Services at 11 a.m.; liible ( las
7::!() i m.. in tlie.lapancse Y. 31 G. A.
jtnnm. Queen Liiiina Hull, comer of
lliictaul.i and Nutianii 'Ucets.
CuNTiiAr, Union 0i:i;kcii.
G. lieckwith, I). 1)., pa-tor.
Fchonl ami Bible elms' at !l
Seivlech at 11 a. si., !i i'. m
I.", a. si.
Kaustakai'ii.i Cnuitcn. At eleen,
Vaiainau, pastor. Sunday school at
9 a. si. Preaching at 10 'lit) a. si. and
7::!0 l si.
HOSIAN CA'IIIOI.IC CA'l'Iir.lMIAI..
0 and 7 A. si., low liia-s with Holy t oni
lniinioii. r-cniecs in Eu;;l nh at 7
si.; and at 10 a. si., lil;;h inn , with
hoi niou either in Hawaiian or I'uilu-Kiie-e.
allcrii'itin according to the
tlncc piincipal ditteicnt nationalities of
the chinch; 'J r. si., rosary and cate
Mmii; I :.'.() i: si., in-ti action and bene
diction of iho 151c-sed Sacrament.
Literary & Musical Entert'm't.
Miss Prc-eotl, assisted by local talent,
will give a
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT !
At Iho Y. M. C. A. Hall,
On Thursday Evening, July 19.
Tickets will be for rale at Ilewctl's.
Ciii.m:si: Cin;i:cii. Poit bticct, near
coiner Iieiclanla. 31r. Kong Shul Ka
cvaugeli-t. Chlucfcu Sunday school,
0:30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 l'. si. Pleaching 11
A. si. and 7::i() i si. liible class in
Cliinc.-e Y. 31. O. A. Hall, S:'.!0 v. si.
FROM LIMA TO CHICLA.
a uiun ovr.u tiii: oiiova iiailiioad.
These lower up more than 1,000
ft. (tloo metres) above the bridge,
which itself is neatly 200 ft. (GO
metres) above the bottom of the
gorge. It is certainly a weird place,
and aptly named. We could sim
ply look and wonder. The hridgo
ban no piers, nnd springs Irom one
tunnel to tho other. How many
thoughts nro brought up by the situ
ation. Suspended in initl-nir, be
tween two chuk openings, uiiiiil the
silence of tho mountain peaks. And
yet our engineer was so uiiaweu tliat
accepted a cigar aim iooku iiijj in
: l:Uct llask. It was simply an
other cuso 0f ut00 much familiar
makes clcb0. llo informed us
Hint when the tunud. wuro driven
and the bridge Imttut, was iieccs.
sar.v to lower men down irom u,0
cliffs above, and tho least owtuneo
is certainly o.UUU it. (llil) metres'
From this point to Chichi is only
nbovt 5 miles (o k.), so by tw
St, Andiiuw's Oatiuuhcai,. First
coiigiegatioii will have service at (5:110
vnd !)::;0 a. in.
Hawaiian Evtnsong at !l:110 p. in.
Evening prayer with sermon at (5
o'clock p. in.
s-econd Congregation Uev. Goo.
Wallace, pastor. Sunday School at 10
a. in. Eu'iiing piayer with ser
mon at 7:110 r. st.
Chine-o Congregation, llev. II. II.
Gowcu in cliui ge. Morning piayer,
with seiinon at 11:15 a. si. .Suiiday
.scliool at HI A. si. livening pi aver, with
buimoii, at 7 :."() r. si.
Programme will be published here
after. K5 fit
V CHILD'S liiea-t Pin with the won!
xl "Aloliu"' in cnaintl on it, between
Fort sticct and the Hawaiian Hotel. A
-nimble teuiinl will bu piid to the
Hndei by icuiin'uig it to this office.
BLOWN ovi r the Pali, at tho ling,
frtii IV, a Hud Morocco Pocket Hook,
containing photograph!-. The Under will
leccivc $!3 on returning tunic to the
Hawaiian Hotel. 90 Iw
J AS. S. 3ICCANDLKSS is hereby
given full power ol attorney to act
for niu in all matters of bii'-incBS.'during
m' absence from the Kingdom.
.1. A. 31CCANDLESS.
Honolulu, July OlSS'J 00 lw
Sr.vuNrn Day Akvkmist 3Iission
lUi.i.-beivlce at7:10 p. in. Subject:
"Tlio fate of the Wicked."
THE undesigned hereby forbids nil
j'cisons trespassing on tho Island
of 31okuninuiiinc or Foul". Island in
Pearl Hivcr Harbor without perinis-ion.
Anybody found so trespassing will he
prosecuted according to law. Those
who have permission to go on the
Island nro lorbiddun from taking or
uscing ilreaims while lliein.
9 i lw 31 US. I-. KAPU.
rpiIR piemiscs of Mr. II.
I JL 3Ioie, coiner of Piikni
land llciclania streets. For
IIOUSEKHUPKK In a piivatc
lauiily, ami to look after children.
do plain sewing, etc. Apply to
oa at J. k. imowN .fc co.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
J advnrti-o it in iho DAILY Hullktin,
A YOUNG Kng Milium is in wnnt of
a situation as li.okkeepfi, Ca-hier
or General Clcik Has hud nine ycata
(Xpeiicnco in a Bteanishli) office. ( liar,
noter and ability vouched for. Addicss
"P. O. box '171)." U lm
HE DAILY BULLETIN is a live"
evening paper ou ceins per inoiuu.
particulars ennuiic at
K. 310IU-; & CO.,
9J tf King street.
JE. nilOWN & CO., Accountants
and Agent'', han recently nildod
to the numbers and cfllelenuy of lliulr
Etatl'of cilerlJB, and are now prepared to
uiuleiiako every kind of business in
their line. Collections and ictuius made
nromiitlv. "3 tf
E PFnPIP.fi' PAPER Tho
Daily liulletiu 50 cts per month
rp'0 GOOD Saddle
- - - i irirenu i inn v in
a&tf-TV-. TV l. 1', l.r.()M. 10 l.minn
T.yffifefL bireet, or A. P. Peterson,
Pauou Valley. 00 lw
I beg to call the attention of my friends
mid the general public to my
Fine Stock of Goods
Just received. Acirelul Inspection
will convince jou that
In iny limo liavo never been ullcicd
iu this city.
fpPI!aso Glvo mo an Early Callia
mi", i ,i
iSt rt.cJ,;ii Iffl .lift fill
Buggngo Express & Cur
CiiSzSS2sl iNo WJ. Stand: corner of
Bethel ami King stivcts. All ordeia
promptly attended to. t!) 2w
FOR SAKE or LET
Gold Bracelet Lost.
THE Houso nnd Lot on
rieretaniii. street next to
Mr. John Ena's 011 the west;
lnrge lot runs from I.erctHnin to Young
street. House contains parlor, (lining,
room, three largo bidroom, kitchen
bath-room and ouMiniwB Inipilre of
01 tf "w. c Wilder.
COTTAGES TO I.ET.
LOST Saturdiiy evening between the
Reformalory Helmut and Huwailan
Hotel a I ndy's Gold Bracelet. A re
ward of 10 will be paid lo the finder
on 1 -turning the Bracelet to Castle &
Cooke 88 lw
.?.& TWO COTTAGES fully
ffi&km X nppolwH, heniitif lly
MKffwrM located, within 5 lninutcs'
walk of the Post Office. An opportu
nity seldom offered to si cure a coiulorl
able home within easy icacli of the
business p'irt of tlio city. F01 paiti.
culars inquire at
001 tr GULICK'S AGENCY.
ANl'.W unall Collago on
TVirt felifft. of 4 innmi
SJS-i with biiilirooiii nnd kitchen.
Apply to No. 7 t hnphiin street. P 8 1 w
GOLD Heart Pin on Berctanla.
street, at or near the Honolulu
Rifles' Armory, on 1he 4th Inst. A
luMird will bu given on leturning the
same to this office. t8 1 w
om tne Bay
Horse Saloon, a Bay
Hire, hns short top-
knot, hind foot white.
he finder will bo rewarded on rotiirn.
lug Siime to Bay Horse Saloon. 88 lw
IOR PALE at the Reformatory
; School, by tlio b.ilo or ton.
05 1m W. G. NKE01IA.M.
H. G. CRABBG,
DEALER IN Wand GRAIN,
81 King Street, opposite tho Old Slalloij
JMud.iuil rJ?eli)li)iio No.
EGISUTURE OF 10.8, "Tho Daily
and Weekly I'ulletln" conlaliis the
only cornet aud reliable reports of the
proceedings of tho present Legislature.
TVTR. Thomas Sorcason will not for
LtJL mo lu all business matter under a
lull power of attorney under date of
CALEB II. BABBITT.
Honolulu, June 21, lfc88. 85 lw
MUSIC furnished for lmllt, panics,
and toreundes by Palmer's Slrlnj
Muni. Orders left at C. E. Williams',
or ling up Mutmil Telephone 88(5. 74 tf
ufit, rpiIE prcinl-oi known as
iffigm 1 Singci's Bakery, includ.
EiSSsm big bakery, store, 4 cottsges,
cle., for a term of yeais on easy terms
10 a good tenant. App'y to Jlr. U.
Blown, or T. W Rawlins, at the Ha.
wuiian Soaj) Works. 84 tf
NOTICE of KEMOVAL.
TORN JlcLANE has removed his
tf Blncksmithlng Establlslimcnt to
Port slieet, opposite Hopper's Mill,,
where he will be glad to see V8 hl
friends and new onti, 78 lm
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