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DATCiT BULLETIN TTONXVI.'trmT, v FM fATSOO, 1630.
Bui rttaliit ieti ! -' benefit of alt.
THE SECRET CONCLAVE.
MONDAY, Ma :CH 25, 18S9.
but tlat it i,s uue. That stir.h dti
ifrAttyTs, can, fya. infill doe.s not aUnv
v'oty gumftito'ijn', tHo pkU'uf the
man tliii't tnu'ies it.'" and is'tibtin eon,-
forinjty with the position hs hold. , Tng President anuDuncwl thM he
Wtf!ut,ho'r lvn '!9 - i3IV',',ul 1 liid. : few reiunrks which he vrislied
mjq isruiqw 8iiinnS xv ;,"' t address to Mr. MoTuvish, and bo
HUM. II. I , DillUIYlll IIII-9 SHIU UIIU II III?
Portuguese lub -U'l don't attend tho
Piotestatit Chinch ut Mukawao,
ho will dismiss tin. in from his sirviee.
ISN'T IT'ABOUT TIME?
At the Police Court thta morning,
before LIU Honor Jiidsjc Foster, nn
Incident occurred which will strike
the nvcrngc lover of fair play,.i9 be
intj in the strict lino of both moral
and statute law.
Tinier what Id fti.Ottii as thc"Sun
tlnyLnw"ttu Chinamen weiu be
fore tlie court for belling fresh meat
on .yesterday: and other two wcie
there charged with purchasing the
same. On their being called Attorney-General
the Cout l. declined to prosecute,
and asked thai a nolle prosequi he
entered. , lie Anther stated that it
had been called to his notice that the
principle of "class legislation" was
being applied of late tti the luluiin
istratiou'bf the laws by the Hono
lulu l'olicu: that ho had sought. to
prevent thi? by formal instructions,
but th-it late di'velopuincnts showed
theovil agrouiiig: that he was be
coming thoroughly sick" of the
parti-.ui theory mid practice of pun
ishing, law breakers; by so actively
dragging one claseot venial offenders,
bcfoic tin' Court, ami utterly ignor
ing nol"i-MUx rail--, whore the offender-"
happened lo Ik men of some
influence, or who had inlluential
fricniU- and Dually, that he was re
solved, while he held the olllce of
Attorney-Genera! to see that the
power ot the Government was not
prostituted to favor some special
classes of the people, under the
guise of law.
His Honor, Judge Foster, said in
repty that he was glad to see this
stand taken by the Attorney-General:
that since he came to the
bench his attention had been fre
quently called to the fact complain
ed of, viz. the "class" rule observed
in laying complaints, but that in the
capacity in which he was acting he
did not consider it his duty to in
quire oflicially in this direction. Now
that the matter had been noticed
ollicially, however, he hoped the
criminal business hereafter coming
before him would not continue to
bear out the very unfavorable com
ments so correctly pronounced upon
previous methods of administering
Then wai a large gathering of :he
liar pri-eiit, who all t-eujei tc ap
prove cordially the coiurueau masle
by both the Attorney-General airfl
Thoughts are duty free, and we think
that we know the scuiu' of this le
port The Portuguese, lme ns a
consequence, been ;c ued, und don't
know what to bt-liw. Or cout-ju no
educated man will ovt believe such
a statement, but tliu t.soiry to say)
illiterate and entiiely .unedueaUd
Portuguese believe all that is told
them from a certain souiee. When
such means are employed anil when
discontent between htboier and em
ployer is poivii in such a way,itis time
for tho church authorities to look
ililo and investigate the matter, and
most efl'eetually put a stop to it, as
such proceedings will don gieat liaun
to a canto in itself good.
You know, Mr. Editor, thnt tho
new Foreign Church at Makuwao
was dedicated a short time ago. A
few catholics wont up to see the
dedication, and that was publicly
commented upon in the Catholic
Chinch afterwards, s if it were a
crime for a catholic to put his foot
into u Protestant Church,
A petition In the Hoard of Educa
tion ha.s In en circulatid lately
amount the catholics, and it has a
Rood many niiines on 'it. Very few
have been written by tin persons
themselves, and none of them, or at
least a very limited amount could
read the contents of tho petition. It
is Miid that tho name of ucaily every
man, woman and child is on the list,
and if the report is true that there
are over one thousand names on it,
it must bo so, as the plantations here
employ only a few hundred l'oitti
guesc Jahoiers, and the natives arc
not nunieious here about. The con
tent to put the names on has very
likely been demanded, and the htrict
discipline they aic under can well
account for it. Tho petition is mid
to ask the Uoaid of Education not to
withdraw the pern.i.-sion to teach re
ligion in tho Government school
buildings. Another petition asking
the Board of Education to stop the
use of the school houses for that pur
pose has also been louud, and has a
good many names to it.
It would undoubtedly bo best to
withdiaw tho permission, as it only
fosters strife and discontent, and no
thing is nunc hurtful to a commun
ity than unfriendly feeling between
employer and employee, as each is
dependent on the other to a certain
extent. The Sunday schools are
good and oveiyhody is in favor of
them, be they catholic or protestani.
1 heic is no sign yet ot a sellout be
ing erected at Spreckelsville, and the
action, or rather nonaction of the
Board of Education in that matter,
although their attention has repeat
edly been drawn to it, seems more
than queer. X. G.
Kaa, Maui, Match 20th.
Auction Salo by .Mines F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Kim ok Bi i.m.j in: ."i.ight not the
lung ctahli- n.. lit i,f invoking
the Deity's .., in praters, to give
us those things Miicii we consider
beneficial to our happiness, be con
siderably improved by the example
of the prayer in Little Hock, which
reads: "Give us more good school
houses, more' 'railroads, more 'good
public and private buildings, bridges,
streets, roads inoie of everything
that is useful and elevating, and
less of red liquor and crime." And
adding, give ps better government ;
ruled by'irien whose habits are not
corrupt, and whose mental' attain
ments are of a higher and better
balanoctl order: Q. C...
A VOICE FROM MAUI.
EniToit ,Bi'j.m:ti.' : After having
had cold,-'' wfildy and unpleasant
weather for nearly a month and a
half, wo have now got the regular
trade wind, with Mint-hiuuand pleas
ant days, c hope fo get mjido lain,
Minn, as-ifimveryklry all over'.- "Tho
plantations ate all busy grinding.and
largeTqiiaiititicp "f Mig'ir juc shipped
It ahtonii-hed UB-hero to seein the
"Advcrtibur," an editorjal about kings
in general and our king in particular.
In our opinion nn uncalled for and
ajiitoful article, not :l all in accoid
with gentlemanly behavior, Tho
dignity pf the Government and tho
country is not upheld by such writ
ings, and it can only harm us that
such expressions, in what protends
REPLY TO CLODHOPPER.
Ennoi: Bllt.etix: In. answer to
Clodhopper's sceptical communica
tion. I would state that my former
letter was made as practical as pos
sible by giving examples of success
ful crjpe culture in Southern Cali
fornia, Australia, and .South Africa
where: the conditions for vint-grow-irlg
are le favorable than on the
(.( lands of Oahu. I was not
aware that there were any profes
sional vine-growers on this island,
although I had licaid that certain
gentlemen had experimented in
A theory properly and logically
demonstrated, can be carried out in
practice, provided it be elwsely fol
lowed ; and there may have been
some kind of hitch or ii regularity
in the experiment to which yourcoi
respondent alludes. In tho mean
lands of O.ihu the soil is hard and
requires to be broken and pulver
ized to a depth of at least two feet
In older to allow the vino roots to
reach the nioistuie during dry sea
sons. Of course in shallow cultiva
tions all moisture dries up, and
without daily watering under these
conditions the vines would die.
In some dry countriis means aie
taken! to counteract evaporation by
covering the soil with leaves or grass
or other suitable substance. Entire
absence of moisture will, of course,
kill vines or any plant; but the skill
of the vine-grower is exerted to so
treat his soil that the vine roots can
obtain such moisture as is absolutely
necessary. The large overgrowth of
vaiious kinds of wild plants on the
hinds under notice, is proof positive
that there is naturally a fair biipply
of moisture in the soil.
J. SI. Macuoxami.
to be a loading paper, are sontabroad.
Hero, aff&nifbu, ijobodv cares a "con
tin(.'jt';l!ljtdjl Hn editor jof the "Ad
vertiser" iniiiKH or wnies, no
well klipWH fqrthaf.. Spite gt
hurtsah&oiU'Hliiit jljoi ii, a
tho parly atTiicked. ' Tho sur
vcrtlier" thinks or writes, ho is too
well Known Kiruiat. npiie generally
to raise a pornon in tlie public opinion
is lo drag him, undeserved, in the
The perniitii-ion our whe (?) Board
of Educjit misgave in November last
year," to give icligious instiuction in
'the tchoolf, after school hours has
pioved to came general dissatisfac
tion.., The ininif-tcie seem to think it
their light to demand tho school
vacated at a certain hour, whether
tho teacher has come special work to
lo after Echool hours or not, and a
catholic minister has even forgotten
himself-sb far as to hinder a teacher
punibhing a couple of disobedient
pupils by keeping them a few min
utes over tho regular time. At least
to it tho report, and I have no doubt
THE OWL'S PREDICTION.
The oracular owl
Is a very wise fowl,
lie siii on a limb
JSy night iiml ly day,
And an eager assembly waits on him
To listen to what tho wise bird may say,
1 heaid him discourse hi the following
w ay :
'.v dude will sonn come from out of
Wearing bracelets on aims and ilngon
Of all dude, this one by far Is the best,
For out of the pudding ho takes the
"Ah!" cry the bhds, "What a mar
Oh, who could excel this oracular
Mis. Sclb.y Dootah, do child dun
gone swaller 'r pintob ink. Doctor
Hub yo' Hun ennydlng lo' the re
would request that Rentlcuiuu's at
tention for a few minutes.
Angus MeTnvish having straiten
ed his countenance and put himself
Into nn aud.torial attitude, the Pre
sident spoke as follows: "Mr. Mc
Tnvisb, you nro doubtlcsa awnro
that the fenders of the Calathuui
pian party are from Boston, Massa
chusetts; nnd that Europeans arc
simply tolerated In tho party ranks
in order to influence votes. It is
therefore becoming in you, as well
as all others ot the party who arc
not leaders, to guide yourself with
silent circumspection. I am aware
that Mr. Blunt was quite as guilty
as you have been in questioning the
policy that has been advocated by
the o'lllcers of tho Party ; but I have
reasons for not bringing him to
book, which are not proper to di
vulge. You are a sensible nian, in
deed, all your nationality have that
reputation, and I think you can
"tumble" to the situation. Your
duty as one of the Cnlathumpiaii
Party is to make no remarks during
the meetings. All the remarks aie
to be made by tho trusted leaders,
and the subjects to be mentioned
and how they are to be handled
have all received attention bcfoic
hand. In case you should not he
aware of who the leaders aie, I may
mention that the Rev. Amos Whang-
buster, and all the clergy of thu
same sect, are the highest and most
valued. Xcst come the New Eng
land lawyers and tho native praeti
tioncrs of New England descent.
Lastly, the quacks, lettifoggeis,
pimps, blackguards, adventurers,
and other rascals which New Eng'
land casts upon these shoies. I
would aNo have you to understand
that, although the Whereabout Isl
ands do not belong to the United
States, they belong to New Eng
land, not by right ot discovery, but
by right of evangelical conquest. I
presume that you are suiiicientiy
acquainted with the English lang
uage to understand what I have said
to you, and i trust that you will now
govern yourself accordingly."
At the conclusion of the Presi
dent's remarks, Mr. McTavish ask
ed that functionary whether he
could "speer" a few words by way
of explanation ; and upon being an
swered in the ulll. niative, the fol
lowing queries wcie put:
Mac Am I tau hand my whist
hear everything an' say naethingV
Mac No tae hae ony voice awa:
President None whatever.
Mac Only woik for voles, an'
ca' the Calalhumpiau Party the best
Piesident Yes, that is just it.
Mac Maister President, you may
tak yer Calalhumpiau Party to Cape
Cod for me. I wash my bauds
clean o't. Whar's ma hat. I hope
the Culathuiiipian Party havena
made awa wr it.
Mr. McTavish got his hat, and
was proceeding to the door when
Dick Blunt seized him by the arm
and said: "Come back and sit
down, we can whip these fellows
better within their own threshold
than out of doors. Never mind
Phillip Strangcways next took the
floor, and it was evident that he was
laboring under unusual mental
strain. His remarks were address
ed to the chair as follows: "It has
always been my endeavor by eveiy
means to exclude, not only Ger
mans, but all Europeans, from the
deliberations of our paity and also
from all bcnelits which our party
confers upon its uienibei.s. Tlie re
cent misundei standings that have
taken place in our uid-,1 have all
been from thisconlaininatiiig souiee.
To belittle Europeans as much as
possible should he the aim of every
Now England editor; and laws
should be enacted by the Legisla
ture of the Wheieabout Islands, to
withhold from those baibarians, tho
political franchise. Every weapon
should be used to this end invec
tive, misrepresentation, deceit, and
even lies if other weapons are not
strong enough. If I had my way I
would hang shoot or behead every
European and every American who
Hev. A. Whanghuster rose to a
point of order, lie could "haidly
conceive that the great Calathuinp
ian Party could In" converted into a
baud ol asitissins, and he would
counsel the members to be temper
ate in bpecch."
At this moment tlie lire hell rang,
and several members made their
exit, hut enough were lei t lo sing
the following putting yeise. which
tiio Hev. gentleman had prepared:
Sound the banjo and the bones,
And sing New England sous ;
We love the old familiar tones
For which our memory longs.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Wednesday, fllnrch 27,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the re iiletiee of Mr. Plunk H Do.lce.
Uoiuinuhi street, near the Ice WorVs,
1 will s-1 i Public Auction,
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture,
I Weoterrnayer Piano,
In first class condition;
Lirge and Small Hugs,
Phislt'lNip Center Tnhle,
Wicker Aiiiiehalrsund ltockers,
1 Ladles B.W. Cylinder-top Writ'g Desk,
Lounge, Pictures, Tabic?,
Spring nnd Wire M.illra-st",
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
Moiquito Net', Pillow-,
Child's Ash t'rih, Cuitahi",
1 "White" Automatic Sewing Machlno,
Dining Chairs, Larue Meat Sufr,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Kdily Itofrlgeiutnr
Saddles GanUr I mils
Stove aud UumimUh, Ktc.
Hv ouler of the hMOMt.-rs of the Vt HI
Hf ttov D. It.ldwln, ihci-ii'cil, I ulllu-ll
in Pub ii- Aiictoii at iny (Mlc-iooni,
Queen street, Houululu,
JAS. F. MOKOAK,
Auction Sitlo ol
On Thursday. March 28
AT 10 O'C'l.lH'ti .1. 51..
At die Pieniiis, U ii ii " i iipp"Mio
the P.ishii n -,tiuil s I -i I II nt Public
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture
Largo Canto' k bofii lis,
.1 tj.a c-e nil i ii Ti lis,
D.'u.-nitid ll.ii. jitiiir Lumps
Vienna Cane t-cat hulls
l.iiuu Cui tains, Pictures
OecoraU'd .Saiiitiu'sc Vawew !
ik'dsiuuU mid Maurac.-t,
Upholstered Lounge & Tables,
ltetnguiaior, Meat safe,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Oil MONDAY, April 1st, 1889
AT 1 O'CLOCK KOOS.
TI e following Pli.o Properly, to wit:
PropriF in Lahaina, Maui:
1 Piihuniiiiiiiniaiiii, n small lot on
tlie eaihore near the old l)r Dow pie.
nilsoR, with hiilhling'i tliumu usid ns
a IUh ni'irket und now ilriuvlngaii.au
mini r tit ot 910. Area !12 mils.
2 PieinUe culled ilaieii, line ennu
lmid mid now mostly planted; aic 3 llfi
acres, to ho sold in 3 lots as fo. lows:
(I): lUI-1000 of an ucio, wheieon
stands a Chinese restauiaiil, rented at
$72 per annum
('i)s 1141 OOOof an acre, covered ulih
(!)): Ii 31 ncies nf the bcBl cane hit d
in Lduiin.i, now p'.iinled.
3 ha know,, a. the Clripln Lot,
go. .ii cam! Ian . -lull 1 1 idO of an acre.
4 Sexeral lot-In Mnalil, Iialiaiim:
Loll .1 ' 0 ae.ic on thr auabt uch,
lms on it a ('(icoimil giove.
Lot 'J, !f.'4, 0, 'I mill 7 cint-iiiliii.' t.n
area of 7 16 acies, best cun.- mini, now
5 Opieula. a fl c lot of enne land,
now piiuiU'il, ab in ncie,s
.' I'lie i line aiimnitt on the fore-
going picmUcs belong tn the Lahainn
suiivfr Mill mid U not to hu Id with
ES & CO.
HAVING TAJvBN 8TOOK AND AUK OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OV-
Remnants in A!l Departments.
Just Received n Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK, HOSE
r"lwriT"i1T"iiiHIHh'ri'ii i yrffiPfrTf
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK-
"Premise's open tor inpuetion on
WedauMhi, Much 27th, from U a. m. to
6 1 Hi do- in ill' M .. in, iilim id
Ka tliu Mm J.'iiiu ; tlie v luile IhiiiIcoi.
lain IG'o nine,. K ,ih thin i'i pieientb'
1.22 i e s It. i. ill I'll Hi I " .
7 1 '20 lire, i in erest in Mooiniiki',
Hun i.'i .!, M in, lo meil. owned I)
h. Ua.lliluV, i I ue Ahii nun
Honolulu, Man Ii !), I M-i.
II. P. BALDWIN,
W.'W. HALL and
l 1). BALDWIN,
Km cmora Will ol Lev I) iiuduin.
f. ui hf-i v
Our S2.CO Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols lor S2.0O.
Our $4.50 Parnsols for $2.75.
Our $5.50 PnniKolB for S3.80.
fc OWE 'WEEK OJNJL.Y a55i
will also hi: Mild ut the same time
and pl.iee, a lot of
13.23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
In lCaaniipali, near Lnhiiinu,
Being tlie same more paiticularlv set
forth in Jtu ui Patent -MoT, Land Ojm.
mission Avutd H025 G to Apolo.
BSyFui'iher pailn uluia cun be hnd of
Win H Custlc
JxVS. F. MORGAN,
3 p. ii.
JAS. P. MOllGAX,
201! !J Ai eiloneer.
Haiku Stock !
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
Tin Pries m prate for One M Only !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading 9!iliuury IIousp.
On Monday, April 1st, 1889,
At the miction iimm of Jiiiih-s F.
Moia.in, llio umlersliincd ill idi al
aiic'inn by or lei of the Snpit'iti'' t'oii't
in the mailer of C'usile & Choi e v-.
W. O. Smith, Assignee of A F. Uooke,
Ten (IO) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of the Haiku
Of the par value of iJ'i'iu each, numbered
fiom -lull to -in hub in.- ii-i v-. -stii
riliiue were a-sit'iii-d in Cu tl & Coiiie
it c ill'it'-ral i-e uiil p ii le'lm n(iti;i
of the I'afille N.ilr,iio in, .ind nn
now fo.d upon ilmu .li in pnyniunt
Dite.l Honolulu, M rch 2i. 18Sfi.
CAI'LE & COOKE.
Wm. 11. Carti.k, All. rney.
GOOD Cook for a ranch. Applv
at tliis. olllce. 205 If
BY a competent and triiHtwmtiiy Man
as "Unclu-eper, clink or as lun.i "ii
a plant-ilii n. Good irfcienci". A p'y
to. I. UutciilngK, llui.ia.TiN Office.
SCO 1 w
Hawaiian Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A. M.
r,HK nnnunl nicclinjjr of the Hawaiian
1 .liKiki-y Clu'i will be la-Id on
MONDAY, Ap'il in. at 7 :H0 o'clock
i'. ii., at ilic IIitwHli.iu Jl'-ie'. Kvery
niL-inbi-r is ii'ipicited to bu pii-si-nt h'b
ijii-iiiim ot inijioi-iiini'o lias tn im con.
Mdiied. C. 0. HEKGBK,
2'W id Secretary.
A Lit iicrHoiiiK huvinjr chiinii ujtninst
J. , I Vrtdi nlnii'u' will ph-.iso
pii-eiit ilic-iu to ( liailiH Ci'L-iliioa on r
la lore .lime .'IU, IH-U. m tin
rpilERB will bu a iiiicllng of Ha.
L wiiihin Lodge No. 21. F. & A, M.,
at its Hall, ciiincr ot Fort und Qietn
sir em, THIS (Mondui) F.VK.NlNU,
Mureli iiSili, 1H8U, at 7iM o'clock, for
Work in the Third Degree.
Members of Lodge u I'mgrefi and till
rPIIK purLU'rublp hereioforn i-xleling
I lu-iweiMi M. , Sander an 1 F. I.
Oatier under the naniu of Saiulei' li
piiTsCi linn bien dissolved. The hiici.
ni'-s will lio cat ricd on h M. N, Samk-is
ns herelnfuiu. F, 1, Cuttei id not aiitho.
ilztd to collect nay niniiieii iluu thu llrm,
either on the cxpicss IiubIih-js or tor the
, canape of ilibliibh.
200 1m M, N. SANDK11S.
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclesure.
1 aecoi dance with tlie provisions of
" a certain nioitgai; made by D. F.
Saudfoid of lJauiakua, Hawaii, to C.
M. Cooke, TrcaMiicr Oalui 'ollcge.
dated Apiil 'M, 1.SS7, reeouled Liber 104,
page lint; notice i-, hereby given tliat
tlio nioitgageu intends to toreclosc the
same lor condition bioUcn, to-wit: non
payment ol iim-re-t.
Xoliee it, likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from tlie date
of this notice, tlie propel ly conveyed by
said inoitg.igc will be adverti cd for sale
at public auction a the auction rooms of
,1. F. Morgan, in Honolulu, on MON
DAY, tliel-tda of April, IS 9, at 12
noon of said day.
1-in thor particulars can he had cf W.
Dated Honolulu, Maich 5, 1889.
C. M. 1.00 K, Treasurer O. C.
Tlie pii'inises covered by said mort
gage consist of:
A hr,iie lot in Faapnanui in llama
kua, Hawaii, comprising one aud one
half acres of land, together with tlie
good dwelling- hou.su, and outbuildings
on the place, 'including the appurtenance.-',
comprising altogether n very de
sirable homestead. The i remises ur
the Mime conveyed to taid --anford by
deed of G. W. Wilfong recorded in
Liber 77, page 43t.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
200 id . Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure.
IX accordance with Hie provisions of a
ceitnln mortgage made by J. L.
Kapakahl to A. J. Cartw light and as
signed to It. It. Hind, dated October 2(J,
ls.8!), rccoi (led in Liber 10."), page 32a;
notice Is hereby given that the mort
gagee Intends lo foreclose thu same for
condition broken, to wit: non-payment
of i ter st
Xoticc is likewise given that after the
expiiation of three weeks from the
date of this notice the property con
veyed by faid mot'tunge will he adver
tised for sale at Public Auction, at the
auction rooms of J. F. Morgan, in Ho
nolulu, on MONDAY, the 1st day of
April, 1880. at 2 noon of said day.
Further particulars can bo had of W.
K. astle, or to J. W. Kahia, in Wal
lukii. Dated Honolulu, March 5. 1889.
II. It. HIND,
Acslgnee of Mortgagee.
The premises covered by said mort
gage consist of certain premises in La
haina, I'iiui, iIum rilii.'d as follows:
1st Tho Aliupuaa of Kauaula, con
taining about fiOOO acren, a lino .slieain
of water, beautiful urgange and other
fruit trees and kalo laud. '
2d The Ahupiiaa of Walnee-uka, It.
P, 5207 to Kahiipaihala, containing
kuhi, kalo, i-niie aud house lauds,
:id- A tract In Kauaula. of kalo land.
envoi ed by deed of record, Liber 53,
lib A tract of about 84 acres of kalo
and kula In KmuiiiU, covered by Kule
n ut (110 1,
nth 2 house-lots in Lahaina, covered
by It. P. 27U7 to Nainaka, containing an
area of about 1 aeic, 1'.! roods.
FORT SftTKlSiaa", IIOISOLXJIUU.
US'- BARGAINS TOa Now Line ot jgy BAltGAINB -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New imoice of
SHBLF-HARBWARB. PLOWS & GEE MERCHANDISE.
Novelties nutt JFsiuc- Goads, Lii Um-jro "Viirioty.
NICK -l.ioonu-d Coltagu
on I'linehliowl ftrec
near the Mi-rmon ' huich, a
flue licalth loc:ulit, ipiii-l t fiirlibnihood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
18'i II At Ed. UollVf h'lit lt A; Uo.V.
ROOMS TO LET
CtOMFOU'l MJLY Ku nish.
I cd ltoiuiis. lirmid il ic.
quiied. Apply nt "(Jliambci-
lain Hoiibe." King tnet, opposltii Ka
waialmo Seminary. 184 ti
ma jjivnui-i kiki uomioriaoio
Vvw&i J. Houe on Punchbowl
btreel, between 1'al.iee Walk
ami Ueieiania slrcet.," Apply t"
Dk. J. S. McOREW,
179 tf ' M on-1 street.
Carriago ForSale Cheap.
1NKW Uiitunder Car
liML'i! in-t tli.ihtied
aud liaii(LouiL-ly tilmuied
in llivi class slyle uiii-t bo imniedialely
Bold lo close an iiRs-ignni- nt, can be Been
at W. H. PaguV C'luiagc munufactury,
No. 123 Fort Hrcel..
HAWAIIAN. BUSINK3S AGENCY.
AR. BOW AT, Vnerinary Surgeon,
ollicii and liiiiuincv atllawuiian
Hotel - latilis, coiner Hi.tcl and K cliaid
riiL'i'ts. J-cifutilic iietiiiuenl in all di.
i-a-es of di nu-tuic nnitunls Orders lor
pbiiitnti n and iiuich .lock promptly
iiilcmli-d t . iliiluul Ti-liplioni; 'M4,
P. O Uox32li. mh.18 89
Clob House lliniiiff Room
COPIES of the Hawaiian Dircctny
for 18H8.0 iccutly published by
tlie Mclvcnaey Directory Co. for sale.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Having secured the services of a
FiiHt CIiikh Cook
And inude ninny othr changes in the
management we arc now pre
pared lo put up tlie
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery cvportnl from Balbrlggin,
Irolanir;- by Smyth"& Co.-(.L'd),.haa Uila
Trade Mark on each niticle.
llcf ob'iin? Mrs, Sclby I'se dun ! foj.niinlng hicilnen am frateinally In
. " ...... . vllnrt 1,1 Im fili.l.l.tll.
made Mm cat free bhcels nli blottin1
doctoli. Was tint rite?
vilcd to be luiscnt.
Uy order ot the W.; M..
T. 0, PORTKR,
200 It Secretary.
WILL .oi-t up I'ookh (dally), make
up accounts and quarter! hills
for biich pai'iica a do not ki-cp rental
honkUiepcis Al-o iittcnd to all other
oitlcc biinlnusrt ('oiniuuuloitionH left at
I l.o olllco of Messrs. J. F. Col burn it Co.,
or P. 0. Hos 420, will mout with prompt
uUcntion, 204 4t
JAM. K. AlOKQAN,
Ifuiuovul (if liurbor Shop.
"jVT P. JAROIM lm removed his
ITJL. shop Imiii Ivlni' sliia-t to McCar.
jhj's liilli-ird Pailoib, Foilsliect, wlioic
lie in piupun-d to st-rvii w-iih ihu best
cure und m-atiinss tlie avn-,tloii of his
art. Solicits the kind nun image of ull.
mil 23 80 ly
Cottage For Salo Cheap.
1.STOUY t'uttagc, nearly
diniiig.rouiii, 4 bedroonm, hit-
eheu, liaihroom and water-closet, veraji
das, stable, wugiii.8lteil, chickin houu
and yard, Honor garden, etc. Lot O.'jx
100 teet, and Iciisut lot adj ihihiK 7n7
feci. Situnic m Kapulaina, maukii idu
of King stieet. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging: House.
aim A, 1 ONG cblabllBlicd in a da
HvStfvb: niiable locality in Houo.
pfflffliida lulu, ivlili unexplrid icasu of
fi yours at low rental is olTcrcd, (on
nicou.'.l of ill-health), without bonus, to
party buyiui: tiio tiiiniluio at a lair
valuation, 'ihcio aru 2,1 rooms on the
iiieinisci well furnished, yielding a
imnd6oino luvcnuu Apply at
HAAVAIIAN BU5INESS AGENCY.
By an Act of Piirlinmtnt lately pasted
il is niado n felony io in;e thu woid Hal.
briggun on j-'imils pot miuiufaniured
there, either by biainping on goods,
wrappor, label or ticket, unless the
place where manufactured is also stated
in equally large letters as the word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
The Original Halhrlggan Hosiers,
Per W. 0. Bproull.
I have now on limiil a Largo Assort,
In all colors and styles,
Bpecially made to my order and pattern.
201 tf W. C. WPItOULL.