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It lu pleased Ills Majesty tho
Klug to appolut
Hom. SAMUEL M DAMON,
To be His Minister of Finance vice
Hun. Willlum Lowthinu Green ie
fiijncd. lolani Palace, July 22, 18S9.
Holders of water privilege, or
those paying wpT rates arc hereby
untitled that the hours fur Uning
water for irrigating purposes, are
Jiom: 0 o'clo'ek to 8 o'clock a. m.,
mid 4 o'clock to C o'clock p. M.
All those found violating the above
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut on".
011AS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. Thurston,
Minietor of Interior.
Honolulu, .Inly 8, lhSV. 2!M tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Oice.
From and after July 1, 18SU, the
underpinned, l-put,v Assessor and
1'olleelor uf Tumv tor the District of
lnna, Ulund ! 'mIiii, t ill Ik- hi hi
i. Ihce in the Kapuaiwa Building up
o(eh thiv u! Mm week (Sundays ox
n'ptt'd;, ftuiii St o clock until 1 u'cinp).
i'.ci')iiiiiK Siitiiulitji" when the olJici
Will i-I.h.' .it 12 nVhx-K. noon), for the
lltpO-H! lit KTPiMlli; tho ictuiiis of
alt j'uiwi'iiH liiihhi to taxation in
this district. ft
fiTAll jflurii" must be nuul? to
the iimb'ieigiieil nol later than Juh
.'il, ISSi), nv no appeals can by Jaw bo
grunted. ' '
Special attention L hcicwith drawn
by the unJertituned to the fact that
no return i valid in law uulcgs sworn
to Ivefpre the Aiesor, Dcput)' Afc
ceewir, Notary l'ublic, or Home other
person uuthoried to administer
Blank forms on which, to mako. re
turns can bo had daily during the
month of July on application at the
office of the undorbigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy ARSCRHor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Komi, In
land of O.ihu.
Minister of Finance.
Pledged io nettker Seel uor Parly,
But established for the bci.cfit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1889.
The old-fashioned difficulty about
getting water, from nobody being
able to open the buried hydrant,
occurred at Pularaa road and Ro
bello lane on the occasion of the Hi o
hutiday might. It would not be a
bad idea' if firemen were instructed
aa to where the hydrants are placed,
and uliow n how they are to be open
ed, and foiemen made responsible
for thineeessary wrenches being on
hand when needed.
The Kk.it.kTiM docs nut admit ha
ing com eyed the impression tliat
Mr. (i recti wan fmeed to resign, as
the Advertiser fuggcetfa our article
it (Tuesday Jwasj. i.'calcu luted" to
pioduce. Wo are. confident that
the public understands and agrees
with in. in holding tlmt theie should
be a responsible, leader of the. G'ubi
net, controlling the selection of hi
colleagues and ready to answer for
their piescnce at the head of affairs.
If there wa no Premier when 31r.
Green resigned, it was in the power
of any Binglc member of the Cabinet
to take action that might upset the
whole poliy of the Government.
Jie could have countersigned any
appointment the King chofe to
make, (hub pel haps bunging a po
litical enemy of his colleagues into
the Ministry, who, monoier, with
himself would make a tie whenever
desired which would block the w hole
AH OUTRAGEOUS ABUSE.
. . A eomplaii.t has been made to us
icgaidiiig the unnecessarily noisy
return of hose men and boys from
tires, On Sunday niglit the hose
luela came (caring along King street
fforo Pulouia, with the lire boys re
inforced by most of tho other male
youths of the town, all yelling at
the top of their- voices, continually
ilngii'g Hie IicIIh, and running like
mtl rtthiiiH !xjKIiiO to Kfi ltfttt
might he ahead. A truiiicar dilvtr
had lorlnn his bell violently to avoid
! a collision, while Ins horsue became i
almost uncontiollfthle froii fright at
tho tremendous din. 'I lien, whan I
reaching Koit street the boyt kept i
close on the right hand side, nut-;
niiig d.ut.jeiou!-ly near to the United
Carnage Company's Maud. Fortun
ately only one carriage was on the
stand, for the hotse in this one took
fright and tried to run off. It was
dk'taitied with great dillleti'.ty by the
driver, but managed to scratch It
self ou u hitching post and to break
the wpgon., causing r bill of repairs
to the owner nest doy. Now, there
is t'O need for all tbi racket' In tak
ing lira apparatus back to the hou-cs
after a fire. Wheie horses arc U3ed
In paid departments elsewhere, the
engines and iccls are taken to house
after a fire at a moderate pace and
there is no unnecessary ringing of
bell. As the dnver of the data
atjed outfit on Mtnday night re
marked: "Theie ia nothing gained
when a shanty is saed fiom burn"
tug if human life or limb is .sacri
ficed through reiklcss i tinning and
noise coming home fiom the fire."
Theie is no necessity or sense in
blowing whistles, ringing bells, and
mad shouting through the sticcts
after a fire. The authorities should
put an end forthwith to this out
Itishiiouu that a Miiplnad of
Portuguese immigiaiit- is shortly to
come fiom Europe These will sup
ply the places of the numliers who
have left, the pa-t ye-ir. for the Pa
cific Coast many of idem from a
tolerable exigence on our planta
tions to want and piivation ovei
there. U this .nationality could
only be made contented in the land,
it would lot in a valuable clement in
the population. The rising genera
ting, will to it large extent be aide to
read and write English, and acquit
themselves creditably in the duties
of citizenship. They will have to
avoid rather their own tendency to
factional strife, than be put on the
defensive from Jea'ousyofothcrpeo
pie of European descent. Whatever
public lands may becoino available
for settlement or reclaimed therefor
by irrigation, the Portuguese ought
to be encouraged to enter upon and
cu Hi Mite that is, so far as can be
done without injustice or discrimina
tion ajjainst other Willimr settlers.
it is sr.id that another consign
ment of Japanese, to the number of
fifteen bundled, is about to be
shipped hither I mm Japan. The
Government should pause and con
sider whether additional Japanese
are really ' necessary id present.
They arc an clement of little or no
advantage to general trade and are
constitutionally inhibited fiom be
coming tneinbeis of the body politic.
It will probably be long befoie the
class ot them introduced as labor
will make themselvei desirable sub
jects of the franchise. If it is to
-keep down wages that fuilher in
stalments of Asiatics are desired bi'
the planters, the fait does not re
flect any credit on that important
branch of the community. When
the puce of sugar has nearly doub
led, the laborer who has been snaved
down to the shadow of pay on the
preteitof low prices ought to be ad
milted to a fair shaie of the advan
tages of tin- ciihaiiied value of what
the sweat ol his body piodiicc.
Any other c. (illusion puts the em
ployers of plantation labor in the
same category as I he former slave
holders of Hie buiilheru .Stales. It
is tiiiiiecessnvy hnc to recite the
wrongs to the country arising from
Hooding ot the country with a great
surplus of Asiatic labor, that is
hound to overflow into fatal compe
tition with tradcis, mechanics, and
small cultivatois, belonging to na
tionalities who make good material
for building up the nation. The
Government will have to reckon with
the elements just menloned at the
approaching lection. This con
sideration ought to govern Minis
ters in meeting timliYe pressuie
planters may in the meantime bring
to bear upon them in behalf of fur
ther Asiatic immigiation.
We do not oppos Japnneso labor
immigration in itself. If Asia has
to be drawn upon, let it he for
Japanese every time. Itut if the
coming in of Japone?e is to freeze
out Portuguese brought here at great
public expense; if it is to let out
Chinese fiom Hie plantations to swell
tin) tetrning tanks of vagrants and
criminals in Chinatown, tr to multi
ply the competition of that race
mill nnllm and T.ui.i. ..ti . u, If
pendent trade, mul uuIium, ilun
ttio nrlini.(,,fi of i ,rfiv nnmbor uf
Jnnmicio at this juncture can only
be prejudicial tothugcnnral welfare
HOHER OH SMITH HO. 4.
Kinioit Iki.t.Ktis: After a few
more slut ring reinaiks, calling hard
names, tie., Mr. John V. Smith
aks: "What viiln U there In a
in .4ti that keep9 sober because the
abolitionists won't let Inui have rum
to get drunk with?" We don't think
such a man Is entitled to much
credit for keeping sober under those
circumstances; ail the ciedit should
be given to the abolitionists for
keeping him Hober, and while 'obir
he will" do no cue rnv hann Being
a business man or a laboicr he will
follow his calling honorably mid be
pei Imps a good citUin. heie.is
could he gel rum he won d be diunk
aud neglect Ids business, and the
iuichiel he would do while crated
with rum to himself, o his Inuulv
and to the coiinnu uty cannot be
measured until the mWchief is done;
then, it is loo late to do more than
punish him by fine, imprisonment,
or death, according to the degre. of
crime which he has committed while
This is simply a history of cases
fiequciilly aicurring. Which will
Mr. Smilli say is the belter way.
prevention or cure? Prohibition
stiives to prevent, and if keeping
the man sober don't make him any
better at heart, he acts better, and
it is for his acts alone that the com
munity hold him responsible. Mr.
Smith no doubt can see some viilue
in preventing drunkenness and crime.
After a few more .slurs and haul
names, "-tupulitleh," "fanatics,"
etc., Mr. Smith ask" derisively,
'Who aie jour" meaning Mr.
Kailey arid liij'-elf; "What part of
your anatomy is In tier than tbe nve
nige nianV We wish heic to re
mind Mr. Smith thai il is 110L mj
chaiatter or his, his deeds or mine,
that aie under itKciission, but mm
and its eul effects upon man, aud
the best piactical reiucdj' lor the
ewl, are the objective pomls of dis
cussion. I may be "fanatical" but
I have the satisfaction of honestly
believing my subject a strong lle
one, and my belief is confirmed
when my arguments are passed over
untouched by my opponents and my
self alone assailed.
Kut to the question of "Who aie
you?" Not being acquainted with
Mr. Kailey I can only answer for
and of mysilf; but I approach the
question with some hesitancy, as I
believe it is not eonsidcied good law
Uiai compels an accused party to
testify against himself. Howevei,
as .Mr. Smith want.-, all his qiiistions
as well as his arguments answered,
I will proceed:
1st. As to my mentality for many
years, 1 have eonsidcied ignorance
my, greatest enemy; yet I do my
own thinking and ar good' 'deal Tjf it ;
don't believe all testimony without
it looks reasonable or has an appear
ance of possible linlli. Perhaps
Mr. Smith will get bitter acquain
tance with my mentality by the time
I gt t through with his intemperate
doctrine than I can otherwise give
2nd. My physical make up is:
weight 175 pounds, height 5 feet 11
inches; well proportioned, Hi inly
knit together, am neither handsome
uor disgustingly ugly. Koin and
lived upon a New . Jersey faun 2i
years, upon a California farm HI
j ears. Ilaie been kicking up a
dust in the world sixty-eight
years. Some people don't like the
dust 1 stir up, neither do 1; it is
bad dust ruin dut, I want il swept
awav and the atmosphere purified.
3d. My moral status is fair. It
would have been belter had I known
more. Have always admiied reli
gion in others never had much my
self. Have faith in some religious
teacher.':, but none at ail in those
that attempt to pi each the gospel of
Chi ist but, leave out temperance and
freely use tobacco and ruin. Despise
slisnis, have lead my Kible in school
anil out. Inclined to be kind mid
sympathetic. Love men and women
that are conscientiously Hying to do
right. Temper lnir, have seen those
with better, lielisli a little fun, but
my life lias been too set ions for
much joking. Necr use nun or
tobiiico, the sight and smell of those
under their inlluence satisfy my
appetite for ihe dings.
Jxo. M. IIoitSKlt.
MEET! Kfi NOTICE.
A MEETING of tlui h'ncklinldera of
tlu Itciiprnci y Nii'iir Humpnm
i. I lui lielil nt the oJlee ot Hon. .1. r.
Wnlkei, on Tlil'ltriDAY, July 10, lbS!',
at 10 oc:oi k a. i
K. I. SPALDING,
MHIE recutiir qmutcily ineelinR of tho
i. I'aciliii (liiilwnie Co, (IAD. will
lielutiil m ilu-ir ((lire on TIJK&D.VY,
July !!(', Ir-ti'.i, at lOu'ilncl.- A. U
ADI VI DEN I) to ihucn-illlnranf IL
M. will o (lui) mill ii)ulilcnii the,
hUt July, at tlie ollleo ot Alex J Cart,
wrlplu, .Merchant slicit.
M 2w PRIJ OJIDEK.
ALL per.pn IihvIiij bills iiR'ihift i
utnierif mil hre leqnut d 'o i
mutt die Kuan., iitul ih'Mt Iruloiiti il io
thi'in ant rcipifbteil to make liniiienliiiu
!I0T iw WOLFK CO,
.tatiikiii SlltS !'( htftl! i, Li;VcY.
On Liberal Terms I
l run IrMmrtt d lv Mhm TMKO. II.
I) Wi KS iiCn, io sill m Piibfiu Auc
lint, ill my ti ilerriuini,
On Thursday, July 25, 1889,
AT 10 U rt t)lli A. XI.,
A Fine A MitRin i i f New nml Deilr
ulilo Uo (!, ix te, nt !inial, cenlt.
lug hi pui its tiliov:
'"JL'at.itorr.i'' C3oo1h !
llK.1 kill ill Jt i ;
Twectta, Ccseimeres, Diagonals,
-hoi I 1 inclli' of I'itic ''uniN 2"r Haiti',
Lte., tie., Dr., lite.
A ( h lei l.o' ot
Assorted Crockery, Saddleiy,
Miaul)", llaiik'i", Melien.,
Lswii", lla's I nucrnei r,
Uo-hiy, Klaiiiicl, TowiIp, Ac , &c.
Caudle. Snrllne. Milliard,
a i.ii, Mali Oil, &c , &c.
Piutri' I'i'i". Vrv ran",
Keltic:', Tin Wa e, tu ,
Anil iniiiii rou other Ornds ap ert-.lning
to tlie tiaile.
CSy-Tliu Tailors' 5i ( U will be olT.ireil
in eilnetiliii, July it li, at 11 o'cllcK
'I he .(!'(ue arc all ilinici Knh ( " il
insuiil irtlili"! ei"essly W this tn.ilkel
to whii-'i die AiietieiHir calls spieial
Ute ilimi in ihe ttr.ilc.
Auclion Sale of Elegant
1 am iii-'.ructid by M.n M r.UERN to
(llut I'ublir Am ilon, t lift rid,ni e
219 Fiat st ii t, (on account of ilepurtnre
liom tlu lCmij'i' in),
On Tuesday, July 30,
AT TO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
rhe whole nf his llimschold Furniture
rtnd iiiTccts comjirHint' jn pail
1 Sauare Welisr Pianoforte,
In Kxcelln' iinlci a tli'eudhl In.
1 Hbi k 1 biaj DtiL'trn
1 ItlncU Khon. i'iiiI Gilt Ja'dintie
wiili I'jiiiit-d PuncN,
1 IilfL'iini B. W. I'irlor Suite, Up
, liohlerfd in Kn -il Ic ;
1 15 w. Ladies' Woik'lfc'ile.
Choice lirobzc & 'hini Urnnmentf,
ChiiLilchci & I.mn,'",
Large & Small Rugs,
lit. W. rembiiiuiioii t-ccietar. &
1 I'.O bid Lounge, Mar'de'op Ccn-t-e
"Bniekut Easy rirtlrs,
Elog-ant B. W. Sitleboavd,
II. Y. Extension Din'ni; Table, B.
nil Cioth ii Inltinr, Lnnnnp,
B. V Wudiol-e with I l.iiu Giar-s
1 DECORATEDDIKKER SET
1 mi re" -iiivi" & Kitchen U'ensils,
?Kiii 15 . iKi loom Mts ilar-
1 l-'icii. a Hullo in S i,
Lb '.atil ''. 'K . ' hi'fi'o'iiere.
Mosquito Nets, Hair & Spring Mattresses
'i I'. W. ;., Mrtu's B il tend-,
1 H W. U mbliMtiuii ' h-ldN Bed.
r.liis-swiir , l' rakeiy. Cutlery,
G anion Ho-e & Tu ils, &r . c.
fisSr" The IIoiio will 1 i pen for in
pre ion on MONDAY, Jmi.v 2Uih, from
10 to !l o'cirich c m
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Stock luilrtorn' fleeting.
r1M-J auiiii.il iiie-'iln' of ho Walolilnii
Agi'ieiiltliial&i.ialmrOo , fL'ilj,
will be hi'lil at ihu ollleo of V. P. Jun
l.e.i. Moiiolli ii. on MOND Y, July I'D,
JfiS'.t, a 10 o'clock a m.
c. p. i.m;ke,
297 lot !'G It .euietaiy.
MAIMIIBI) e uplo The mnn lo
woik in Ihe iii'd inn! L'.io'en. the
ilea. wl" must) tunl to make liutseif
geiiuiidly iimIiiI. lror wnc4 aii'l panh
eul.irji apply nt nine at Ihu oOleu of
Ihis a!or. UOlOi
rPHIS is lo noli'y thai nil account
-1 luniiiiii; six iiioii'Im ami over, nial
not paid be. ore August rati, will he
liniulid for collection without luitlur
notice N. S. .SACHS.
Ooiioli lu, July IP, lbH'J. im iw
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
nHK nnderdunul fjlves iiollco that
1 ho Iwh hueii appniiitud JCxceiitrir
of Out Will of Mrs Mitruatot Keegan,
(lecciifliiil. All porsoiiB having any cliiims
ni;id"hi her u.Ihio whether sceiucd by
morlgiigH or ulh rwl-c. urn nipiehieilio
pieeiii ihe Hiiaedii'y auilieiitic.uid and
with proper vouchors It any exibt lo
hi m at his (illicit mi I' or I Hi itl, in llonn
lulu, wiililn six leontliH from da'o or
Ihuy will be forever 'arreil; ii.nl all
piiixins liiile' I eil lo inilil chinto urn re.
rjiiesud to in, lie iinmciliniu ayuieiii
to hi tit.
Honolulu, July 1U, ibsM. ai)7 Ini
Explaining why the Insurance Commissioners have reforrcd to Tho Mutual fiifo lusiirnuco Com
pany ii'Nqv York as "iho Model Life Insuranco Coniimiiy'Ol'iluj "Woiitl," and why it
is untitled tc your first consideiatlon:
FOR, YOUR WIFE!
FOR YOUR CHILDREN I
FOR YOUR RELATIVES! FOR A PARTNERSHIP
Thu Mutual Lite Insurance Company of New York can furnish thb provision In better
form and for less money than It can be done In any other wa. '
Good and Conclusive Eeasons Why?
lkcatise it ia the OUlt'Sl active Life Insurance Company in tho United States.
It is the Largest. Ftmtncinl Institution in the World, it's assets amounting to more than
It is the Strongest nnd Hnfcsfc Company, possessing over Thiity-two Millions of Dollars MORE
cash resources than the next largest company in the world.
J. It is a Purely Mutual Company, with no stockholders to claim any part of the profits; tho asseU
antl surplus all belong to the policy holders.
5. lis expenses to receipts have been LESS, and its payments to policy holders MORE than any other
company, while its Total Surplus earned utid dividends paid have never been equalled, hence
it is the Cluiitpost Company in which to insure.
G. It is Ihe IJ.'.sl Company, as it combines all the advantages of age, large and select membership, flnari
cial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance combined with the best investment
that is honestly possible under uuy contract having a delinute value to the beneficiary, while its
policies arc the Simplest and most comprehensive as well as the most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special Agent, New Yoik. 307 tf
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
Six Horses At Auclion
l will mH o Public net o'i in fun i
of my Milo3iii.ini l o en -l (!,
On THURSDAY, July 25th.
AT IS OTI.Ot'K XiX,
-lx Horses from ihe following Well.
Kti o.n s'o.'K .
Sliiswcll Wood hunt,
JSttuiloril, Sprajdon Miirc,
'Young Venture, Jr., Colt.
Also, 1 Roan Sjuaydon Horse, broKen
Also, I Gentle Horse,
Suitable ei her for a lirake oi Saddle,
".ill tint fhy at an thing, and child can
d ivc or rinu liim.
SSy- For pariiculurp ni ply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or S. O. Wii.uei:. 201 Jit
Resitees at Falia
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
I have rcoiivcd hi'-uuctions to sell nt
Puiilii: Am ti hi, at inv Sacs.
room, (iuien bticct,
On Thursday, &ug. I,
AT IX O'CMICH XOOX.
The Following Desirable Properties,
At Pahinia at icar of the i evidence of
II. K. 11. liliti Icalaui:
Cc.ntiilninir414. Oil i .u t- i h intiatue
i3 laiiu fium l ii j: nimt li.-te ! a
-uli-iiuiti il Dui-linit- ' on-, w tli Out
lions'", etc, on ill'- bit, ii,iiu uli
nhado and truit ihh
Arijoitilaa Lot A, a (li u bile for a resi
dence. LO'l" X.
A unall lo', w.t'i C.uriage Ho iso, t?tn
The close proximity of these lots In
Kingstreei, ami tlie dunund f .r rco
(Icnccj nt l'i,liiit'i, iiiiiici this an nu
usiml ilui'ci to oliMin ilno piimiflc.
Uapol the piomriy can be tcun in my
CS?Kor further p-ir'iriibirs npply lo
jaw. i mok;an,
!J02 111 Ancilonrer
A Desirable llcsidtm !
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT 12 O'Cl.OCJi XOOX.
At my Salesroom, Qiiicn s'ictt, I will
sell ai 1'nlilU Aiiuiion,
M Desiral ProjertF !
Siiimtcd at Piiiitihou,
And lately ncrupictl by Mr. S. F. G ra
il mi as a roiilftiee. 'I hu premises lcie
a fiontiice of 300 feci on Hinfjliiiui sinci,
tOO fi el on Am man bliect, unit iiOOfeet
in AlcX'inilur utrcet. Theru U a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot coiitainiojr Parlor, 3 IJed.
rooms, Ulniinfrooin, KiUhcn nnd Pun.
try, etc. Also,
With Four Ottilia nd Cnrrlnuc Ifnuso
unit t-e inula' Hi om . Artesian Waicr
llirouijliniii th preinhcs. 'Ihe grounds
uro well covi red with,iiavs mill iiims.
The healtliy louiiiien of Ibis properly
and the iicitriuss to ihu I'nii'ihoii Tram,
earn, make il one of ihe uiobt dchirublu
fuinlly leshlences ollVieil for Hide.
tarr'oi iinv furilii-r puilfvulars apply
to . F. (Indium, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 13t Auolloiieer.
IF YOU WISH TO PRQV6DE
FOR A BEQUEST!
FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR A BUSINESS LOSS!
THE WIUTINU 13 IN PLAIN SK5IIT, EVEN TO THE LAST
No TiltiDg of Carriage to Consume Time Only 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Inter changeable Type
Keys that can be Changed in 5 Seconds.
n-j ty This n,etnotl "llows the use of any language or slyle of type.
Ihu alignment of the Ckandai.l is far superior to any other type writer.
1 his cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to the Ci:andali. Type WniTEn
It mme.s up and down, and twills to the jijjlit and left to icach a common
printing point. It contains all the letter. capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation marks lo the number of oiuhty-fonr characters. Thin
rp c1 . " -e,j"n iiiHii.iivii,io. a hid
Jjpeboc-vecsiii be removed, anil another, with an entile change of typi ,
uiPcHed in the machine in a few teconde. The Sleeves can be inci eased in
nuniboi f-o as to include all htylcb of
LE3F ."senu tor Uatalogues,
g&- FOR SALE
All Kinds of Carriage
PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us have been
Reduced 2C Per Cent in Piice.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Sec3nd Growth of .White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Ftilloes, Itiinp,
Plsiiikttlc, Heavy Hickory Wngoii,
Singrlo & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
g0"ALh AT A GREATLY REUUCED RATE..C
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
PIANO FOIt SALE,
ONK Finn Weln-r Piano hi pn0l
order, will hu until at n renoniilic
prjne. can bo heen at my residence, No.
Jl 7 Koit btrcet near School
302 lw Jl. GREEN.
tal Topic !
Whelk' You Live
J Whether,. You. Diel
an hiyicb ol lelteic.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Goneial Agents for the Hawaiian Islan
E jl. "
Etc., Etc, Etc.
AT A BARGAIN
k lap Reping-
Very Low PiiceB.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
ANEW Wilcox & .Whlto Parlor
Or'iin with elehtatnim Huliablu
for (cliool or church A fine liiHtru.
ini'iil. Apply at 57 I'linolilmwl Mreet.
opjioslto N, P. Mission Institute. 37$ tf