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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. fM MAY 2?, 1881).
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 27, 1889.
THE SAVINGS DEPOSIT.
Nothing can bo more evident than
tbat the Advertiser finds it impos
sible to break the force of our main
contention regarding the Postal Sav
ings Bank deposits nainely,tliat the
existence of to large n fund lyrnir
idle in the treasury is a serious
wrong to the taxpayers. It is piti
nblo to see the attempts of that
journal to evade the chief points
at issue. On Saturday it raised a
quibble as to the cost of the deposit
to the Government, saying the esti
mate of one percent for running ex
penses of the Savings Bank was ex
cessive. The fact is that, in our
previous remarks, an item was over
looked which when admitted makes
the cost como near seven percent
instead of stopping short of six. All
moneys in hand in excess of three
hundred dollars are liable to taxa
tion of one percent in this kingdom,
but deposits in the Savings Bank
are exempt from taxes. When the
remitted taxes upon all deposits
over three hundred dollars are add
ed to interest paid depositors and
running xpenses, it will be found
that six percent is away below the
actual cost of the institution to the
In this morning's issue the "Ad
vertiser" devotes a paragraph of
some length to a discussion of what
the Bulletin means by "local
banks," at if there was any veiled
signification in the term. The Ad
vertiser considers the1 'policy" of em
ploying the banks as agencies for put
ting Government funds into profitable
use as "contrary to every sound busi
ness principle and entitled to no fa
vorable consideiation whatever."
The oracle who utters this dictum
does not give a single reason, bow
ever, why anybody should accord it
any "favorable consideration what
ever." It is, indeed, dead against
the policy of the United States and
countries that have adopted her ad
mittedly best banking syBtein of the
Oh, but our contemporary says
the local concerns are consifituted
only of "private parties doing a
banking business" "they are nei
ther of them banks in the ordinary
meaning of the word." Waiving
reference to the absurd and puerile
inaccuracy of the latter quotation,
the argument (?) of the Adveitiser
is simply begging the question with
a vengeance. Tn the endeavor to
clinch its point it even steals one of
the ruling ideas of our suggestion,
and one which we plainly if brielly
expressed. It does so in these
words: "They" (the local banks)
"are subject to none of those whole
some and compulsory lestraints
which every well-considered bank
ing act throws around the institu
tions organized under its provis
ions." We distinctly suggested
legislation as a pre-rcquisite to the
possible adoption of the policy in
question. It really looks as if the
Advertiser is expressing, what in its
case ib traitorous, want of confi
dence in the men who have the di
rection of the nation's finances,
when it cites the absence of legisla
tion as an insuperable obstacle to a
state banking system.
Perhaps the existing Banking Act
(1884), making provision for the
chartering of banking companies,
could be amended so as to biing it
up to the requirements of a national
banking Bystem. An item in the
Appropriation Act would make
banks under such a system avail
able for helping the Government
out of such a predicament as the
present one. The Advertiser refers
to experiences of the Government
TYith banks "which ought to serve
as an effectual warning." It prob
ably refers to the silver currency
matter, but there is not the slightest
doubt that, unless n remedy be
promptly applied, the Savings Bank
is going to cost tho country at dear
ly as the currency. There was one
experience, however, with private
bankers hero, in which tho Govern
ment of the day was enabled to save
tho country from impending and,
for tho time being, absolutt ruin.
In short, the Advertiser's attempted
scare against banks acting lor the
Government is about as senUblc as
ffould bt k howl against private con
cerns being given contracts for pub
Ho works, as security would be ex
acted iVtlie former case as rigidly
as in the latter.
The foregoing remarks, although
called for by the Advertiser's night
at a tangent from the main Issue,
are not meant as urging the adop
tion of n policy of. having public
funis manipulated by the banks. It
is part of our contemporary's dis
honest tactics to misicpresent our
suggestion of an alternative to that
which we most emphatically advo
cated, as being the buidi-n of our
discussion of the question regarding
the existing wrong of the Govern
ment's holding a large amount of
private money in idlenc-s at n
heavy cost to the taxpayers. Our
plan was to have the uioni'y expend
ed in reproductive public improve
ments, and the Adveitiser simply
imitates instead of instructing this
paper in that respect. But ade
quate provision has not been made
liy the Government and Legislatuie
for such employment of the deposit,
and Die result is a heavy burden of
unnecessary taxation upon the peo
ple. What the actual amount of the
burden is may only be arrived at
approximately, yet with sufficient
exactness for all legitimate argu
ment. According to the Finance
Minister's statement of receipts and
expenditures for the year ending
March 31, 1889, it would appear
that, out of the Postal Savings Bank
deposit in the treasury, the sum of
$192 020.12 had been expended
for general purposes under Sec. 3
of the Appropriation Act. The nu
merous items to make up tlii
amount have been expended from
day to da1 as requind, nnd the in
terest theieon is undoubtedly a legi
timate charge on the revenue for
public works throughout the entile
country, an- benefits from which
are felt by the nation more or less
generally. The precise time that
this $192,020.42 has been used by
the Government we are unable to
btate, but for the purpose of illiib
tration let us hay six mouths. Then,
at six per cent, we have interest to
the amount of S5.7(i0.61. Now, the
difference between this legitimate
charge of $5,7G0.G1 on tho revenue
and the amount of $16,475.72, total
interest paid out to Postal Savings
Bank depositors to April 1st, 1889,
is $10,715.11, and represents the
actual loss to the treasury on the
surplus deposits held by it and for
which the Government has no use.
Thin ten or eleven thousand dollars
is therefore in plain term-t an indi
rect but heavy tax on the general
tax-payers of Hawaii Nei, for which
they ree'eive not one atom of return,
to enable the treasury to pay to the
few depositors in the Postal Savings
Bank the five per cent interest on a
capital that is exempt from taxation,
and which had piled up in the trea
sury over and above all require
ments, in the sum of S'J06,005.5G to
April 1st of this year.
A C0M1HG SALE.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will hold an
important hale on Wednesday at Ids
salesroom, when will be offeied
eight cases of stuffed birds, several
volcano pictures and pastels, shells,
curios and coral, also two of the
rnoko or wingless Il.iwniian bird:..
There is likely to be considerable
competition for the latter, as they
are very rare. The cases of stuifi d
liiids arc now on exhibition at Mr.
Morgan's rooms and arc attracting
Quite a numlier of sportsmen
were out at Kapiolani Park on
Satin day afternoon to witness a
half mile dash for S100 n side, be
tween Hon. J. A. Cummins' Ka:u
lani and J. Ouilerkiik'a Rockwell,
ilessrs. C. O. Uerger, L. Von
Tempsky and Captain Alilhoru of
ficiated as jtidnea. A fine start
was effected and the hoibea tan
even for about fifty yards, when
Kaaolam took the lead nnd never
beiim headed won easily try two
lengths. Time 1:51 1-5.
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
will le out to-morrow morning, an
exceedingly interesting numlier. It
will contain amongst other things
the only complete account of the
ball to the olllccrs of the Cormorant,
lire celeotation of Queen Victoria's
birthday, and the memorial service
at Cential Union Cluircb, the report
in full cf Hie committee on tho new
Central Union Church, the litle en
campment, cricket and basoball
matches, organ recitnl, news fiom
the other inlands and editoiial mat
ti'r. Keveial hundred extra copies
are being punted to meet the de
mand for this vriluiille siiiuini.ry of
local and Martd newt. Leave your
orders early io as not to bo disappointed.
.' MEMORIAL SERVICE.
In Memory or llio United HtatcH Pn
triot lie. nil.
There wns a congregation of me
dium size at Central Union Church
on Sunday evening, when the an
nual memorial service befoic the G.
A. l. veterans was held. His Ex
cellency Ueo. w. xiiert in, uniieu
Stales Minister Resident, and other
prominent persons were present.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, His
Excellency Jona. Austin, was
among the vetctans wearing his
badge. Kev. W. 1). Weateivell was
on the platform and aided in the
Platform and choir loft were de
corated with a profusion of flowers
varied in kind and coin po.il lion. In
front of the reading desk were
placed two stand of arnis.supporting
a drum from a gun laid across them.
United States Hags draped the or
gan and hung at either side of the
platform. Members of Geo. W. de
Long Post, numbering thirteen leu
by Post Commander F. Tuinll,
marched into the chinch and took
the pews reserved for them at the
fiont. The Po-t was escorted by
Major Hebbard of the Honolulu Ki
lled and Major Nowlein of the Ka
mehanieha Guaid,with the staff and
line officers ol those baltnlians tes
pectively, who nlto Uok positions
Kev. E. G. Beikwith. D. 1)., pas
tor of the church, pieaehed Iron)
Jeremiah 9:23. 24. The great man
in ihe days of the prophet was the
soldier, then success tlcpenueti on
ilic courage, valor, skill and prow
ess of the waiiior.s in handling the
bow and the spear. Althnuuh at
this day the st longest side was re
garded as the one having the best
uns and armaments, yet there weie
occasions even in modern battles
when the rush of battalions into the
jaws of deiuh decided the issue,
and courage and endurance told as
in ancient warfare. Success in war
made men looked up to as leaders
now as of old. The men who fought
for national unity and human fne
dom were more noble warrior-i than
any who fought the gieat wais of
empires. Although these did not
light for ihe glory or to be remi m
beted in memorial services, yet the
text was not to be understood as
foi bidding honur to them for their
S'icriilcc and the liberties they won.
It meant that the wai rior was not to
hold his personal valor above the
gratitude lie owes to God. The
preaihcr refened to several notable
battl-s'Jto illustiate the bravery of
the Union soldiers, who he said
fought more battles than were ever
fought bclore in ihe name of fn e
dom. Thete was an idea that the
cmeer of a soldier was very much
against molality, but he preferred to
think of the question in another as
pect. IIu diew a series of compari
sons between the motives and the
methods governinii the solilicis who
enlisted to save the country, and the
motives and the methods that ruled
enlistments under the Christian
banner, concluding that the lives of
the Union soldiers were fraught withx
examples of the qualities that
should make them excel in the
Christian conflict. Last of all they
were taught forgiveness by the po
licy of reconstruction. On Thurs
day next the graves of iheir late
enemies would be strown with flow
ers as well as those of their late com
rades. There was a vcrv fine musical part
to the service. Mr. A. D. Bissel
and Miss Dressier sang, "My faith
looks up to Thee," with combined
power and delicacy of expression.
One of the hymns sung by ihe whole,
congregation was "America." Be
fore pronouncing the benediction.
l)r Beck with reminded the people of
the request made by the G. A. II.
Post for llowci s to be used on Dec
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Office PoniitnTr & Fixtures
On Thursday, Rflay 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
I will ncll Hi Public Aneiinn, ul the nlllie
of I l.i mm.'. Von luii'r -trei-r,
( 1 1 nee' nut of ih poinn) the.
whole o! Iii "ihce i-i rul
lm e nnd KIlVcii-, c ii.
Hicneale & Urban Fire-proof Safe,
I Mnhg n I'il'ar Wri'irii; lablo,
I Mull ga iy -century,
1 leT'i viny I ffleu Cluiir.
1 Set Koa Pipou Ms!
l -et M'dingaio I'lrjeori "o'ih,
dfflee Cliun-, I'tnilini;. tiTilfc,
ii-hstan I ti'iiiionuiy, lioka
Lamps, Ink Stands, Etc., Etc,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
8 0 Ml
IJEAD THIS !
T'lIC tnUo I'lmtoi for
t 1 and ate n llliif: fir
t fi per nozcn,
Ino i .hill I Mew-
foi 2C0pei d zei, wiih re vrn beet
finish. J. A. GONSALVES,
260 lm 120 Fort street.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On Wednesday, May 29th,
,vr 10 O'clock a. at..
Al mv Sule.Mom Quern street, (Itnmt!
dlini'iy nf'i r the KxeeutorV Sideol Mbds
and Pluming), I will mi I without re.
suivu, llmiM'liolil Furniture, comprising
1 Black Hair Cloth Parlor Sot,
Iimco CiuMlno A L mbrequins,
1 B. Walnut Marbldop Bedroom Set,
Ituruiu , Ivoi I'rlhll 4.
Lirgc .MUM ' X,
Collection of Books,
I), iiitc'.-Inferno, II iijutV Mng-tzhic,
Etc, l.te, Kre., Ktc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2fi0 2i Audlonecr.
Hy ouler of the Kxeeu'O's of the E.
I te of the I He .him a 1). Mill, lull
tII hi Public AiiUiihi, ui my fcaksroom,
Q icon Mn-ei,
On Wednesday, May 29
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 21..
Tlif fin'owing (iiop'rl)' '
3 Volcano Pictures,
2 Paeteln. "bVdii! Veil Fall " and
1 las el by Tuveiuler,
SHELLS, CORAL and CURIOS,
lyirac Case of -
Uomi i hint!
Ii eases Australian Bhd,
2 " any Ate ipcl.igo Birds,
2 " Aine.lc.in Piid6,
1 " China mid Japan Hlr '8,
2 Very Rare Hawaiian Birds !
The "Mobo" or 'W.ngle.-s Birds."
I l.KIIN CASH
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2T". t't A ictioneer.
On Saturday, June 1,
AT la O'CLOCK XOOX.
At Ihe Old Ciift m t'oue w lmrf, I will
sell ui lii III ic Auetion
The Hawaiian Schooner "RAINBOW,'
23 2 - Of) ion- tui den, ns sins now
lies, with go it anil of
Siilt, Anchors, Charts, Rigging, Boat, &c
Ar il al ilie s me lime
1 Large Scow with Anchor & Chain.
EST The vcel I- in unnri order ami
nffer" n cUhiiiible eh.uieo to pirlics to
uiigigu ill Ihe. inli i.Hiind trndo
LAND AT AUCTION
On SiUit relay, Juno 8, 1889
MiliemMo room nl Jin F. Margin,
onolulu 1'iiliu, will hit bold to die
That Gertain Trait or Parcel of Land,
JMintittd i'i siei Uniio'ulu 1 aim, bing
ul th n till of Ihe ueniise iiclonuliij;
lo.b'h ' Holt, Kii , and nt the e-"i
of Vh, Jiurie A uliV i n ini.-es, iilioui 0
reel iili ni iii.oin 1)0 fe.t inlcng'h;
nnd lii Int. He -nine utniiM. nnmcrl
in Keonn ko Ii- die i 01 t ivimlmiki r .
or iil in I. ilui 10, piige 2.J5, a veiy
go d hii i Tor Inline tntit
C-tf Koi funlipr ii'i (I iihiri ! quire of
WILLIAM O. AOllI,
A 'Ornev foi Hi. i m niil Keoinolio
NOTICK I- heiuby given, that tho
iitiileui.'iied li ii- (liaiiiiin.d the
go iIh mill enn leN i f I'liimg Lung,
Nun mi -tint, fur iiricnrs i luni, and
lliu he Nild i;oo,. mill clmllel.s will he
boid hi I'niilie Aiiciion m 'lie -nln-m in
of ho.. K Morpin, lloniliilti oiATL'U
l)Y. .Illlle.'i h nt 10 o'donk a. m , lo
iui i - fy hiiid aii em 8 nt icni.
list ok Ainicr.ts;
I lollei, i cuncr, 1 roller, GtnoN, 1 long
i unci, pun lies ninl clnteli-, I vine. 1 pipe
hoder. i Milium 3 -invtls, 1 mji ninlluts,
1 1 1, e cutler, (I i'(i. ho I-, 2 hiuumeie, 1
n iein h, pnir cuitiTh, it tongi, 1 -iiovel,
1 i row Imr, tl tliii-l pun. 2i ilUh p ns, 4
keliu, 4 Hi. lies, IU Ki'illes, 1 1 mil k. punu,
1 milk mi b. I! ii UK ciiif, 4 ui'clie-i.
BY a Young I'oriugueMi who will give
unml lecurllv In hi conduct, u
biliuilloii hi a mihc will iniihu hlun-elf
imefnl ut any l.lml ol btoro or oilice
woil;. Apply to
UONSALVB & CO.,
18 lw Queen utrcet.
1-) I'nri biiuet .rdiool, a
III , t'l.ll'.CIl'H
Tho ilutler will
bo rewarded on Icaviug the articloal
this office, 253 9t
Tlio "catnlfiil Prattle llmnrt nt Wat.
kiki (formerly it e re-Id- nee of Col.
O W. Mi cliirliuic), Known m
Park Beach Hotel
Tin l'r niif'H eoii'l
A Main Building,
1 ni'tuininif ti
Lanal 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 0 Bedrooms,
A I ptrilullv hmiit-li.d
Bowling Alloy, Billiard Room and 3
2 Large Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building; on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc
Large nnd Cotmiiodioun
Stables with Carriage House.
I'l'P t F o-ti-t ! illi 1iiL'e Xir
I! oin- mi t ' tor m rwuil-,
rie ,iu I lie'e ii o
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Cmiru'ctu ' with the I'remi-eson hic
could lie irecid entt!i for vi-itoit-hnuht
lite pi use b eonverted into n
liotil, for u Muli i imliniiiihly aliipt-il
The KiiMiini: findHlie eq ml t lie l
idotig the line of Iil.icIi
8l'lie-e Prmi-es will lie lea ed f
a i mi ot ycirs in rt-pon ible panic
For tnrlliei pirticutar- iipply 10
W. G. Hi WIN & CO.
B A Spring 3ld Qis Mich ne i
o.i 'lie P uuii-e- .ii ih- pipu! ul in iv
n I the iihove lluit-liuis itpr'JV 1'
Frank B. Auerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
tST" fllce in J
cliiiiit i-iriui. I'
lirown & Co, Mer
is No 4()!) , lie
-Mill. itil Tuleclioi
5 J tm.Hn 41
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Ivary Day I
WOLFE & Co.
CffOia' ih fur imlerh to he filled fix
i lie ul her MmiiiN, will iu plckci right
from tin- vine 24 tni
Chinese Employment Ofliee
I Ilk! unilerolgi ed lieg
I I'll lie linn In- Im-
to no ify h
nnt'iml u i In
nesi' Kiiiilovnn nl (lllee, at -o Ml Kiiu
lieci. will oiUn c ititr.iuta for ciirien'e
work, puinri' g. tie. Mwgiigc i eliver
t'i tlie (Jliime Mutual 'leluih-n o .iS5.
S'orlnir e lor L' llilitf fervmii.. Ulhee
in le k Lir g Oh ngV cmpi'iiiiT -hoi .
2571m LEE CUV.
ANY Quarter y Illlla to March 31.
1-hll, dim In the Hawaiian Car
ilae M.iiiiiiiieiuiing Co. will Lo paid
on picten ntlon
E. G. SOIIUMAN,
257 lw Manager, 11. U. M. Co.
'PHE par neisldii lientofo'o cxibtiii).
1 h.'tweu'i Sii ii Qinil, cluing Luiil'
mill I'iritf Hin, lining ctrpenier biilueti
under the linn u uu. oi Tnek l.img
(.hong, hii. deeri disMilved. am Qual
tilluu dim h s ni'eie t lo the olh' r wo
The reiioiiniiig , n t ur of the i-aul firm
ot Ti.ck Luna Chong will coiitinuu Biid
iiurucB niiiiur um mm mime ol l in K
Li.ng (!hoinr, nnd hriuhy givo milieu
lieu Ihey Will noi ho respuimflil.' lorinu
duhi- contriicti d by bum Quni In the
TUUK LUNG CUONG.
Honolulu, M.ij Vi, 8-U 2ilw
IHAVK thU ilaj told lo Miwrs.
right llifw my fiiiu right, t.tle
ui.il Initri-Bi in the pitmUes kuuwriHS
tlie "Onl hoio I'nmUu-." 19 mid 8
Mnir Mriet. whero my MtcetBS ir Will
atcompllsb everytniiig in ihe oirriage
ami UhickBiniiU irjde lo Hie RilNfarti-m
of the puhiie. A. K. WKIII.
1. s Wjlth UM,i v. 1 .1111 cirry on
their i u-Iiicb on Mir str el, i.et n
Lutaa'a I'luuiug Mill.
Honolulu, May 21, 1880. 265 lw
-S3 SAFES ! -SJ-
IrrMiils', Jiwolers. Plmtalions Skeleton & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
Willi Mmbletop and ilaek Grained, imitation of any wood.
g)0" ISLAND OHUEUS
T. H. HOBRQN,
00 Fort street, Honolulu, Acnt for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Kats for Rfiisses' and Children,
Flowrw, 'I ili!1, Hut TriinniingH, Fancy Kibbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In nil tlru Now Similes;
Silk L,ces, Silk Nutting, oiuze-, All-over Silk Luces, New Waeh Motc
rinli", in white, plain and ltguiud: lioy'a Shirt WaiMs,
FIni I.nmli'M Vn I IJmtiM wwir, Flannel Conls anil VesHm
All-wool y iMiiil, Etc., Eli., jiut received by lire "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHES.,
The Lfiidinp Millinery llnupo, cor. Fort & lintel Ms.
The Manufacturers Shoe Co.
88 .Si O
Wholesale & Retail
Correct S yles
-j m t f
B. I EHLERS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gjST N. B. On and after May
of our Drcfcbinuking lloomu.
-OFFER AT BED
Culiforniii Hay, Oats, llrnn,
Oil Cuke Meal, Linseed Meal,
L'urley, Kollcd Barley,
Middling- Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
felephouus, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JITST reeiii.d u
Z nlmiil .1 in
c n lnment of New
ii mi ti d i:ioe. Foi
-llll'. nt low
J E. BROWN & CO.,
28 Meiehiiui street.
FOIt SALE CHEAP
Y )TJVO Siulille
V Mute ( plilLlld
hi imul In a Ui y ) , mid
oil S die. In idle,
e c , ihinw n In hi net lie
Aipl) tit iIiIk otttne. 251 it
STOKE TO LET
t'n. r it r-ioiu ui I'li'Miui iiuuii-
'&sfe$ Pb 'I I'.v B '.
ISijHSS Wa V HI ck, K ng Bin- t. al
rettSD'm lerciii 1. l'0-sii-.Bi n given June
l.i, I'-HO. Applv in
.'.a if J. G. ROTUWELL.
JltNl-UI'.D Hnnmnto let.
lui.wi'Ki c irncr ol
i uu hbnwl uinl Heritinln
tr'-eis, would bo veiy convenient for
inul fmnily 2D5 0m
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
AVU UAHLE Lot at the
corner of I'm i tnd
chool Btieits, over 5 of an
iu iu wlih onu Collage. A mm '"
?j4 vf J. M. YIVAa.
1IOUSK nilli 3 lamp nnil
2 mii.iII ro ins wlih kit-
ciieu nd hu hi m mi uilucl.ul
on Alnki'ii -triei, ippo-lle Dr. M-
WayneV. A plj H .lotm uook, on i.ie.
inl-iH. or nt inn "lm e.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
INr.w uiirutuur uir
rlHiro Jti-t llnbliwl
audband oiiielt tiiinuud
in firoi ehiB lvh1 nint he immediate!
gold iPchiM-ai algnm'nl. can lien en
nt v' t iri' c nu e inniufaeruii
fio. 12- Fun .trtm.
HAWAIIAN UL'&lNEriS AGKKOY.
& LOCK GO.
Boots & Shoes.
O. F$. WMlTfT. A front.
15th, MISS CLABK will-have cbargc
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
CI OOD Family Hoard for a limited
X numlier of genih-men not exceed
ii. k 0 neieoiie. tMr pariii'tilnrs a"i)ly lo
W. F. REYNOLDS,
254 tf At T. U, i iiruin'tt store.
ON and after iliit date Mr. Frank B.
Aiior'inch will collect and fccitlo
all nceoiiiiip due to and hv in".
A. KirCUIK RO'WAT, V. S.
Honolulu, .May ii, Ib.VJ. 255 lw
MR. LOUIS ADLER hega to Inform
lliu puhiie Ui.ti hu 1ms received
un elegant assoitment of Ladies and
Hunt's lloots, Slioua ai d blippera hy tho
lui-t sieiimer. 2 M
Will practlco in the lower courts of tho
Kingdom as attorney, an end to collect,
iiig in all its brnncheH, renting of bouses
and any other huBiueaa eulrufted to him.
OUIcc 01 King Bircet Unttairs.
IL W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Abo Bole agent for the Macic Window
-cieins, Combined Hevel fcqiiurcs, btan.
ibitil, Goodrich etc., dewing MachiaeB,
Hic.vclei, 'Iriccles, Veloclppdes, itc.
Olllc , corner of Hethel and King sir.,
upnaira. Apr.l7 8.ly
Ban Fiiakcibco, Oau,
Febiutiry 10. 18r0 J
WE bercwiih certily that Messrs.
Dodd ifcililler are our duly au.
thniized and only agenis for tho IJa.
walian Ibmdb for the aula of our Lnger
lleer i Uviz.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 if John 11. Wiulnnd Uics.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
lias nni'iviil opposite in the pre.
I.' in cm led fminerly by Max Eckart
i- a Jmi'iry lllle1 nenl door lo Hott.
bibattgir & Co., In thw Daiuou Ulotk,
liotlivl street, 310 lm