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11 .noluln. Oct Jft, 1HSW.
Sealed t tidem vill bo HCfned nl
Hie olliw of the UimuI of lh-ullh
m lil TlllKSDAY, October 18, ISS8,
ut 12 o'clock noon, foi taking down
ilve buildings, putting mi bo.ird
steiunei at Honolulu, and le-oiecting
same lit Kahuipupn Molokni, n pet
pinna und specifications on lile nt the
office of tho Boatd of Health.
The Hoard does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
W. G. ASHLEY,
72 :it Seototuiy.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
HoumIuIu. Hawaiian Islands.
l)i aw Exchange on tin.1
JEEivulc oL CiiHl'oi'uia, S6. X7".
Anil their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M . Kothn-hild & Bon, London
The Cnmmi-u'wl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commimhd !'"'' ''" l,f Sydney,
The HiitiK or Nm 'i.il.imi: Auckland,
C!m-' ton 'i 1 '.Wl'lutim,
Tho hunk of !rlti-)i Columbia, Vir.
tori. B C, and l'oriluii'1, Or.
, - AJ1D
Trtiuw.t v d x.-iniiiuj nasuites.
Plcdnnl neither Sect nor Pitrty,
But citaflhfifil wr H-c buicftt of all.
of tlltist hyilrnht'. icmillj envied
on Aiaken etreel, between Hotel
street, nml 1hc entranco to the British
Club. They tiro placed right on llto
6ltlo wiilk, where they uoiisilltilu a
dangerous obstruction to pudc-3-hhius,
pnUicularly in tlio diivl;.
Why could lhc not lmvo been
plni'cil oul of Hie wnynC liiivclV TIumi
there is nuolhci in fionl ol Mi. A
.1. C'aitwrighl'a u'lidcnce, on IJcre
taiim stieet. which iiiiiieo-stsiinlv in-iri-tisuH
the piPwoufbj Mipualiun
dant obstructions in thai neighbor
hood unnecessuvilv. because Mr.
Cnrtwrlght would gladly have given
u little cuive in his lot ior the hy
drant, mIicio it would have been out
of everybody's way, and equally
convenient for the firemen in oae of
the. l'ctliapa it is not always possi
ble to place hydrants where they
can be easily used in time of need,
and at the same time not lie any
kind of inconvenience to the general
miblic ordinarily, lint it seems that
it might have been done in the in
stances above referred to ; then why
has it not been done?
MONDAY, OCT. lw. ISS8.
It turns out Unit the tin gbigiii.,
vhiclt me baid to be quite up to the
taste of the lb m.i;iis, and which
aro so offensive to the "Advertiser,"
were actually stuck on to the tele
phone polca by the "Advertiser"
people theiii'jclvcu. In the face of
this fact, om consistent contem
porary's tin cat about the telephone
cnmiwnv'h handlist- beintr taken
away, i-, quoting fiom its own eol
innuH, "inoiu than cool, it is posi
tively inct'n-.' That earieatmiug
sheet which our fiiend longs for will
probably lepiesi-nl liim pejehed in
a ridiculous position on an ice-berg.
The 'Advertiser," alter the usual
lapse of two ut three d.ijs, com
plains of the l'.ui.i i- 1 1 having per
vcitcd "the bpirit and put port" of
its rummies about "thoughtless aud
evil disposed people." V.'eaie sony
for it; that ,b. lot the ppiveredon:
" had no intention nt doing anything
ot the kind. IJut leaily what nab
'the spirit and purpoi l," it not to
brand as thoughtless and evil-disposed"
those who do not chime in
with the "AdvertiborV" What is
"the spirit and purpoit" of the fol
lowing from our contemporary V
"The day when any one with an
education could lie pitchforked into
the position of a teacher lias long
gone by in all those countries, with
the exception of Kngland which still
considers that a mere university
education fits a man lor a teacher in
the great public schools. Hut for
' its schools for the masses England
demands specially trained teach
ers." A fear of perverting the
"'"Bpirit and purpozt" precludes the
Buixuti.n from attempt"' to offer
any comments at present. What is
fitheunt by the "great public schools,-'
and what is meant by ''schools for
the masses V" The "schools for the
masseb" aie not the "great public
aohools," and the great public
,f Hchools arc not for the masses. This
" looks like a contradiction. IJut that
cannot be, for it is not possible that 1
such a thing bhould happen in the
editorial columns of the "Adver
tiser!" The "spiriL" aud the "pur
M)it" tmibt be something cjso j but
what, is not uppaieut.
SALES WITHOUT BIDDERS.
Kim ou Uri.unis: Can you in
form me llnoiigh the columns of the
Uri.i.r.Tix what the "Adveiliscr"
man means by the phrase "sales
without bidders" which houses in
an editorial in last Saturday's issue.
The plnnse was used in lcfercncc to
sales of land which had been made
by the Government, but how the
sales could have been effected "with
out bidders" passes the comprehen
sion of Enquikkk.
It ib hard to comprehend how a
sale could be effected without a bid
der, but we presume the "Adver
tiser" meant that there wa no com
petition. The land had probably
been advertised at an upset pi ice,
which price was a piivate bid, and
there being no advance offered at
auction, it was knocked down at that
figure. We suppose this to be "the
spirit and purport" of the "Adver-
i!l oner tin Hf iif" fill as
veil), spiend H cptcfully along hc
street to thd depth of 10 to CO
inehes and lliun sprinkle lightly
with sand, in the piopoi lion of bay
one cart load to the 100 yaids of
A street built on this principle,
will, nilor n lapso of six months,
present -i surface both smooth and
hard, with tins aittlliionai auvaniage
in its favor of being tlioioughlj
immured and icady for the plow
whenever Hip planter decides to put
the panic in i.inp, n thing which wo
aie told will soon lie done here.
1 would lespcctfully invite all
those who may be interested in the
matter, to come and personally in
spect ttie woik now doing on Front
street, which is being lcpaired in
the above manner. Its advantages
aie manifold, and has but to be
seen to be appreciated. A certain
wag has even gone so far as to ex
press the opinion, that the greatest
benefit will accrue to the drunk,
who, he says, can now with im
nunitv, take a header from, the'
saloons lofty porch into the grassy
depths below without lisk of break
ing any bones.
The only draw-back to this sys
tem is the danger of a conflagration
by the grass.catching fire when once
it ha4 become dry ; but of course in
those towns possessing as efllcient a
fire department as Ililo boasts, the
iisk is reduced to a minimum.
Had the authorities in Honolulu
but pursued this method 6f road
making, I guaiantee that ere this
your beautiful city could have boast
ed the finest drives, superior even
to jSickclsoii pavement aud at a
much less expense.
The Reform Government may
mean well, but should hereafter
t'limg cl ihhilimilits He dot'9
not luulude mechai'icj miles they
piopriclors, and he totally lg-
lisorV lemarks, but cannot say
positively ; it is only a rjucs-. -Ku.
EorroKBriu.TiN : A correspond
out in the "Gazette'' states "that
the Uiblo was banished from the
public schools on the accession of
A. Foinander, a Catholic, to the
ofliee of School Inspector, some
twonly-lhc years ago," and the
"Swede" in your columns seems to
admit it as probable, but defends the
act if ever suen an act was le
eorded in the annals of Hawaiian
bktory of bis countryman on other
gi omuls. Eight yeaiV experience
as a public shoot" teacher in this
kicgdoni, enables mo to deny the
ti nth of the above statement, and
emphatically to say that the Bible,
as a r hgious or moral guide, has
never been banished liom our pub
lic schools. And, if our public
schools are becoming godless or
Chiistlo-s schools, it is not because
Roman Catholic piiests have planted
their heels on the bible, but bc
because leathers do not care to teach
the pupils some of the great truths
in the Bible. Any teacher could
read and explain a little of the Bible
now and then to his or her scholars,
if he or she chooses to do so, with
out inclining the displeasuie of the
Board of Education. But if the
"Gazette's" cotiespondcnt meant
that A. Fornander, tjie School In
spector (whom he wrongly calls a
Catholic, apparently he never knew
a Catholic never was appointed to a
public oliiee in tlioe days,) stopped
the public school teachers from
using the Bible as a text book for
leading, geogtapliy and history, he
might be right. Any intelligent old
A-aiituutnu will tell him that twenty
live years ago it wus easier for a
camel to slip thiough the eye of a
needle than to have a Catholic ap
ooinli'd to a public office
fact was founded a proverbial saying
among native Ilawaiians, and firmly
believed in by many, even unto this
lay, that a man educated as a
Catholic will never attain a high
position in lile, j. e. be appointed to
a lucrative public ollc,
Maui, Oct. 11, 18S8.
cxeiciso tlio utmost care tn uiu
choice of its road maker.s, VVliat
we require on the Islands are good
piactical men, and could all of the
other districts possess a corps "of
road makers one half as attentive,
intelligent and efllcient as that ol
Hilo distiict, the complaints appear
ing from time to time in the Hono
lulu pi ess would utterly cease.
1 could also earnestly advise the
purchasing.of a few brolcen .down
old mules to assist in the good work,
which will answer cvciy purpose and
can be had of the plantations at a
small advance over cost price. The
Uilo Road Board should bu cou
gialuhitcd on its recent purchase of
two lino, jouug, fat mules, nith
long tails knotted at the cuds, to
prevent, as I am given to under
stand, their passing through the
1 chronicle but one mistake as
having occuried here, viz.: the
shippim' to us ot a stone crusher
which has been left standing un
used in a vacant lot for the past
twelve months, exposed to all
wealheis, which bignilies in a cli
mate like ours, that it lias become
Ihoioughly rusty and unfit for fur
ther use. The Minister of the In
terior's intentions were probably of
the best, but lie should lcmember
that our supply of lock suitable for
io.hI making is quite limited, also
that all former systems of load
building wero at the outset discard
ed by our Road Board. What
should have been sent to us was a
Buckeye mower for cutting grass,
as thai is all that was needed.
N. O. Joking.
Ililo, Oct. 10, 1888.
rores the existence of all cmpluu'cs,
olorkB, laborers, and business men
not included in his classification.
llv assertion that "thu nollev of OS lw
material progress should bu agitated
until the next election" had, it
seems, an "Arctic" seventy that,
chilled him; and for Itiis bu ought
to Im thnnkful, coiisideiiiig the fe
erisli stale of mind he must have
been in while be was putting his
The only mailer in wliicli . lms
any apparent advantage in his letter
is in regai d to lopping off "the
King, warriors etc." It was so
printed I admit; but in the original
the phrase was written "the King's
warriors" the leaving out of the
"s" being a printer's eiror. To lop
off the King was far tioin my mean
ing. It is needless to follow this col-uum-and-a-hnlf
scriblcr farther in
his tirade of counter assertions and
cloven-footed missionary bull-doz
ing ; because he has not disproved a
single statement that 1 made in my
former letter, and he evades in a
shuffling manner, the chief issue of
the contention. Although he had
abundant space, and evidently has
plenty of tune, he makes mo reply to
several of the most important
charges in my lettei. The following
assertions, wliicli I now repeat, are
still unanswered and likely to re
main in that condition because they
"1st. The public domain is lock
ed against small capitalists, aud
most of our valuable public lands
lie waste and unprofitable.
2d. Much of the country in inac?
cc?bible qying to lack of sullle'teivtly
good avails, v or no roads at all in
pldtiQa where, tbp'so highways are
;ird. Public works are compara
tively at a standstill, and artisans
atjd laborcis have consequently in
suflleiency of woik.
llh. The common pepeqsarieg of
5th. Capital made on the Islands
seeks investment elsewlierc even
theoldest residents (of the mission
ary party especially) prefer United
States securities for their amassed
The above important assertions,
and believed by me to be tacts, were
the pith of my former letter ; and
tlio writer in the "Advertiser" either
avoids them altogether, or changes
their import so as to suit his dia
ttibes. In no case does he disprove
a single sentence that I have wi it
ten ; and his counter charges show
the cloven hoof of t(He missionary,
the bu(l-d()iijg policy of the so-called
"reluim party," and tho unmis-
takablo ring of the toady.
Renaidimr tho "fiinm" of the
1 N ediiiMifil ih:Iiii1 tvuin.ili tieh''t
1 uiu n.tiii, e un m Invalid, or .1
'tnonil In imt in tlio fuullj. .Nii.ivy
net Mi nlijeci, iiirRoiiiil rcfi'icnccs. Ail.
dim Mhh. WKBSl'ER,
$ H ! ti K' S. tfi
MY office will be closed flora Suptcm.
Ix!i Sand to Octobor 27lli, durlnj;
my uliii'iicu torn tlio Kingdom.
l. E. OKOSSMAN,
!li tf benU.-l, Hotel fit.
HAVING bren appointed by U. 1Mb
l'llucus liiilu-krtlniil to tic col
lector of nil mils ilia- uf her lumlf,
therefore, notice is hereby given to all
tenants and leasees to p ly all rents to
me ill Kiip.dliinu, Honolulu, Oalm, at
Hie time nod mite i-pctillMl in nil the
lenses, and 1 urn alone authoiized to
give lcoelpt for tho same. Patties com.
lng to pny their rents will please take
noilce that they mii9t bilug their last
iced pis with them.
lUuolulu, October 8, 188S. C7 2w
HAVK JUST RKC131VKD
A COSirLKTE LINE OF
nj.,. n rn..i;i
,H X tK S ti h KS m U MS
UMMAU. WWVWJ -. v.. MW.0 ..J
XN COrrrX'OJV WOOL.
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
In future, Mr.s. E. Siutill will bo prepared to do
Cutting' and Fitting.
THE Store at Walalua be.
longing to tho Emerson's.
For terms enquire of
S. 2f. EMERSON.
Yfalahm, Oahn, Oct. I). 1883. 01) 2w
Ior 2 Comfortably Fur
nished Rooms at 82 per
week. Also, 1 Elegantly Fur.
Room tudniblo for two young
men. Apply No. 8 Union street. GO lw
"Whose "m" is it? Why,
Who has opciud a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Street.
A Hot Dinner is provided Eveiy
Day from 11 :30 a. m. to 1 i m.
BSTCeine and try his Coilee, etc.fc
Constant Lino of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING to our constantly increasing business and the preat demand of an appre.
ciaiinc community, f have conclud-d to rilTer an opportunity to nil parties
having cnpitnl. Our Line of Schooners imij be seen gliding over the "Bar" rilled
to Ihelr utmost carrying capacity of Clear, Cool und Invigorating
John Wielanifs Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT '.rillC "CKITERION WALOON."
To ftccomnio'iiie our Vast Fleet of Schooners, our ice vaults arc now being en
larged regardless of cost. Tlio
Is the only placo where a Cool Glass of PHILADELPHIA 11EEK, on DrjingTit
can be had in Honolulu. Stpp forward, Gentlemi-s, nw' the time .VJ Im
i' .. .v '. . 'ra . i , . . ' ' .. , 'i ,. , , ii
:JUST RECEIVED AT:
Mr. S. ROTH,
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
Merchant Tailor ! DIAMONDS IN SOLITAIRES & CLUSTER !
lias just rrurned from San Fran
Cisco with a Large Block of th.tj
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Ever brought to thi city.
tST'l'lio Goods wore bought in Bond
Cheat1, and he intends to givij bis cus
toiucrb the benefit of these putcbRSCB-
l$? Call anil sue (or yoursalos, "tt
C 13 l-,J XI It-iVX" JT
present government heiuy "imprac
ticable" as the "Advertiser" cor
respondent says it is, I may have
occasion to l'Cinaik upon thib posi
tion later on.
1 apologise for taking p so. much
valuable space in the Buxr.'vvm.
AX En irishman, Si'J years o' age, is in
vunt of a situation in an ofliee,
ftoie, oi oa a pluniation. Has lud 12
vena bitsuitis expei icnce, aud can prb
mitu iimleiiUlilf tc-tlniiiiiinls. AddieJ-s
"F. G. G.," lluu.irns Ofliee. 72 lw
NO. 1 FLOUR
A couidgnment of the aboife
FOR SALE at LOW RATES 1
Tli 'I'lrniiKin'tiiirliiim Hollit hill vcm air Jfc t'luoHt Triple
I-latedwaro, in ureat viiri-t,T.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, &c
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
Ueaiitii'ul 2ltviLlo ClocliM I
fcfpeoial Hii(i ot Aluriu CIoeltH, at Si 75.
Thete Goods have all been peisonally selected in the States, guaran
teeing theioby a choice selection of tho Ncweit and Latest Desigus.
Sample Packages of Goodh hunt to any part of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities lequisite for a lirst-ehie jewelry iianuf.ieturing CBtablish
meut, wo feel confident that we cm manufacture anything that may be ro
quiicd iu the Jeweliy or Silvcrwaie Line,
BjrWATOn ItlflJjVilfllVC? Sc KSGltAVING-ai
In our well-known mamici. .
The new hydranU for uae by the
lire lnigadu in easo of fire are con
hidoicd by flieiueu to bu vastly
superior to thu old method of pio
cuiiny water liom the inaiim by
incuiib of opciungrt in the giouml,
and for that reiibon are heiug adopt,
cd here as inpidly as convenient.
Quito a number of thciu may bu been
placed aiotind in different partH of
thoUwii. For thu moHt pait euro
huu been taken to loeatu them wlicto
thoy will bo tho least distinction to
travel ami tho least inconvenience
to the general public. Although
thiH caniiot bo biiitl in rcgunl to two
HEW METHOD OF ROAD MAKING
Koitou JU j.u.m-: What beauti
ful weather we are now and have foi
tho past few months been enjoying!
Such days .ilh tlicii L-alm,Hiinuy, ro
manticanil .ii)i)le-gieenukki,,as ioino
noveliht might express it, a those
only, accustomed to long periods of
Moini aud t.hibh and mud canappie
einte. As JAM in h)6 inimitable
bclioollioy stylo would put it, tho fine
weather is indeed very line. JJut
however tine and beautiful all this
may bo, we much better enjoy the
prospect of liner btieets and roads,
which, under tho intelligent direc
tion of oui drug! ant road super
visor, aie now making,
Though it might bo coisideicd
presumptuous on my purt, still 1
think it would not come amiss to
adise that the tamo plan of road
building ho folloiml elsewhere as
obtains heiu in Ililo dibtiict. The
modus operandi is somewhat as fol
lows: Cut grass (Ililo grass is used
hoio, but piobabry other grasses
CLAN BOSTON REPLIES.
Einioi; llui.iiyiix: About a col
umn and a half of "bunkum" is
published in last Saturday's Mis
sionary oigan, the "Advertiser," in
answer to 1113 letter contained iu the
liLM.i.m' on the previous "Wednes
day. The wiiter of the rigmarole in the
"Advertiser" commpnoes his pureed
by accusing my letter of "gross mis
iepieenlation downright lying,"
and other epithets which could onlj
be found in a missionary newspaper ;
hul, as his pent-up wratli subsides
exhaustion, ho finally addicscs me
as "my dear Clan."
Accusations ol misrepresentation,
eto., aie easily made whether true or
false ; hut pi oof is morcdiflicult.tuid
On tlnsJ.we 'H hrieily examine how, far the
writer in tnu "Advertiser, or possi
bly tho "Advertiser" man himself,
cujidispipvc what I stated as facts. J
lie Inst denies my nssertion mat
"Hawaiian ti ado is decreasing' and
that most of our cnterpiising foi
cigners hayo left .and otjicrs arc
leaving." He confesses' ignorance of
the meaning of "Hawaiian trade,"
and it 13 qultu evident that he is
equally in the Uailo legardlng'tbo
meaning ol "enterprising foreign
ers." lie ueems to bu under the
impression that "enterpiimng for
eigner" mean missiomuics, but
that is not my meaning. 1 mean thu
whole foreign population; as tho
white individuals are all enterpris
ing more or less, otherwise they
would never have como hero. A
few lines further down in his bcrced
tho "Advertiser" man, feigning him
self X, admits that Hawaiian trade
"lms decreased," but ho is not so
sure that it is still decreasing. Far
ther on it) Ills letter he lakes another
spurt and raves about "dejise jgpo
lancc, delibeiato falsification, mon
Btrous assertion," etc., to such an
extent that tho suspicion ai'isoa of
an aiduous search for strong epith
ets iu his dictionary. Not satisfied
witli his interpretation of the phrase
"enterprising forpignprs," he makes
another trial, and defines tlio phrase
to mean merchants, capitalists,
owners and inaiiageis of plantations
and ranches, intelligent professional
men, nml proprietors of manufne-
SPECIAL divjUcinl of 7 pei
dure, ukui H"iii tbf n-ferve
fund, will be paid to the aioekholilei
of W ilder's Steamdiip 1 0 , on WI.D.
XLSDATf, Uetobai )7, lSS.
h. 15. KOsii:,
Motiolulu, Octoker Ifi, 1888. 72 Ut
Assijyiiets'n Notlco to Cro-rtilors.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
WILL GIVE A PERFORMANCE
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
G8-OJJH1-GSS &c WICHMAN,
V. O. Box 343 (r.(i lml Fort Street.
On AcGOunl of lesnovaf I
GHTDINl CIiEARAIOE SALE.
CUtEDLTORS nil! plcaso take notice
tliot the unduriignul A"signee of
tin) Bankrupt Ktitntc of II. W.Lnlne, has
llii d.iy applied for an onler to declare
and pay a liniil dividend, and for a die
clmge as Mich Atdgnee, and that Mr.
.lustiiio' Blclcurlon has appointed FRI
DAY, the Iflili Insfint, at 10 'clock
a. 11., ut his chambers at Aliiolanl Halo,
as llif time und pi are for hearing said
A. J. OARTWltlGHT, ,
Asblgueu of It. W. l.iiinc, baukrupt.
Honolulu, Octohi-r Ifi, 1S8. 72 8t
Saturday Evrcuing, Oct 20,
AT H O'CLOCK.
n i mriTT
.-adies5 Work Baskets,
In Phuli it Lnathci ; Bis que, GlabM & l'.uiun Ware, Opera &
Mai hits Ol.iBti'H, Telcteopt'B,
Music 33toxew, rJCoy , JBookn, ?L.llxiuass
And other things loo numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will be ofTored at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gjBTThe abov Goods are New, Freali and of the Latest Design, havine
been imported ex recent arrivals and were selected expressly for the trade.
Eiyflox im, nneu at Hawaiian News
Co. on THURSDAY, October-- 18th, at
9 i.'olnok a m. 71 4t
jS 03P3EIr 3E"V3EN'ITVO -ga
Ckil) House Restaurant
King Street j
w SO I'cr Mek.
5 C'euta Karh.
A flrt-cliifin Cook bus been engaged to
succeed tlio cmo heretofore employed.
The Tables are Marble top aud Clean;
the Waiter attentive.
C. OIIUX II11E,
73 3m Proprietor.
W. H. &RAENHALGH
lOO JTui'i. StrMt, iXouoliilu.
DURING my nbsence from tho KinK
dom the lion. V. F. Allen yn ill
nut for mu under a full power of ultor.
u py in all jirlvatu matters, aud aho in
all estates iu which I mil ast-lpuro or
ugent. Vf. 0. PAIIICE.
iloijolulu, AuBJist 21, 188. 29 2m
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 'lYhale Boat, lit feet loop;, !i feet
deep, 8 feet widu; 2 22 feet Suif Boats;
1 18 fu-t Huif Boat; 2 Decked I'lunccr,
16 fci-i long, 0 feet U im lies Tide, 2 feet
6 Indies deep, Tlth iruiht and Mills all
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scpw, with
uiuBl and sails all complete. Apply to.
E, R. lh'A.
BoAt Builder and General Jobber, 81 tf
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
Bog to announce u grand exhibl.
tioa of origiual
Gravures & Etchings
Which will be offered for Exhlhi.
tion and Bale at their Halts.
rooms (up btuirn) ou
FR8DAY, Oct, 12th
Tho abovo comprise ennvasses from
well. known artists of
X.omloii, Slimloli, Dui'Holtl-
tloi-if, Jtoi'lln, 3urlH, nml
fltltux1 A.rt Pentvi-M.
And taken us a whole, aro 1111110111
Finest Collection !
Ever brought to these Islands.
The Pictures -will be on Kxhlbl.
1 p n. m. to . p. 111- dully
tS'Thu rublio are cordially invited'4tt
aroiflj STREET, IIONOLXJ3L.XJ.
New Line of
9T BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns
At Lower Prices than tver before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
Novel LIch jiiiU ITa.iisy GoodN, In lL,arjjo "Variety.
NOTICE to CllEDITOItS.
rpiIE undersigued having been ap.
X pointed Administiator of tho Kb
tatpof John Oaiela, of Kullhl Wucnu,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of fcAiil John Garcia to present
their claims duly auihenilcatcd and with
picpcr vouchers -whether hi cured by
mortguge or otherwise to liim at his
ofliee No. 15 Kuiihuiuauu street, Hono
lulu, wilbin b mouths from date or
they tv 111 b forever hnried.
Admlnit-tialor of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Bept. 18, 1886. 45 lm
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notice tlmt
1 hey liave been appointed As.
bignees ot A. Morgan, carriago inunu.
faelurcr, of Honolulu. All persons hav.
inj; any claims uguiiibt the said A.
lloipuu whether secuicd by mortgage
or othi'iwiee, aro nollliul to prebeut the
fcanio to tho Assifiiees within 8 months
from hfiitember 22, 1888, All perbouB
indebted to Mr. A. Morgan are re.
quested to muku InuncdUto payment to
H. C BUY ANT,
hOt) IB T. VALENTINE,
Assignees of A. Morgan,
Honolulu, Sopt 22, 18S8. Bt 2w