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KAliAM-IIAXI NA At Kawaliihao
( liiui'li, Honolulu, Jiiiiu ith, by tin!
Jiev. Ii. 11. Paikci, Ljmu It.' K.i-
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THE HAWAIIAN EVAHCEUSAL
The annual meeting nf Ihh body
was opened .at Kmimaknpill Church,
Tuesday the oil, :U 10 .1. in. The
Association rcpt events r.ll the Pro
testant nativu churches 'in these
Islands, connected with the Ameri
can mission. Neatly all liu native
pastors wen: picscnt, together with
lay delegates lioin each of 'the four
Island Associations. Also ni fx officio
members, thu licv. Messr.s. Bicknell,
Bingham, Bishop, Kiuuhoii and
Parker. Piuinineiit among the
payors were Mcssis. ivuiitinuc and
Stephen Desha of Hawaii, Xa.vabiue
and Pali ot Maui, Waiamau and
Timoteo oi Oalm, Mnboe of Kauai,
and Waiwalolo fiom tlioSiloain leper
Jlev. ,S. losepa of liana was
chosen tnudeiaior; ITihio, sciibo.
Standing committer having been
appointod, Ihc day was chiefly ouon
picd in hearing lupous of meetings
of the Absolutions and of the statu
of tho churches in nadi association.
Religious affairs on Hawaii were
somewhat hopefully represented.
Rev. O. Nawahine drew a homonhat
darlc picture ot declensions on Maui.
Reports from Oaliu and Kauai wcro
On Wednesday the Association
met at 9 a. tu. After religious ex
ercises, the reading of btatistics of
the churches was taken up. At
half past ten, business was suspend
ed to receive the greetings of visit
ors. Rev. Dr. E. G. Beelcwith pre
sented the fraternal greetings ot the
Central Union Church, adding state
ments respecting tho contributions
and city work of that church. Rev.
S. E. bishop interpreted. Mr. J.
13. Emerson, delegate from C. U.
Church, followed with a btiiring ad
dress in Hawaiian. Mr. Oldham,
a Christian resident of Ponape, said
a few words, telling the Association
that tho Caroline Islands were no
longer Pagan, but Christian, de
scribing revivals and their fruits, in
Ponape, and asking their prayers
for those much tried and tempted
Christians. A Chinese preacher fol
lowed in a short address.
A report was then mude by lion.
A. P. Judd, as chairman of a com
mittee upon prevailing sins aud vices
afflicting the Hawaiian people.
Answeia to inquiries had been re
ceived from 48 individuals, mostly
native pastors, residing on different
islands. Alcoholic liquor?, awa,
opium and gambling were doing their
deadly work broadly among the peo
ple. The two last were most preva
lent among the Chinese. Adulterous
living and coucubinage were terribly
prevalent, white men being largely
All other mofal curses, howevw,
were surpassed by those of idolatry
and eoicery, especially fostered by
the kahunas, , and entangling all
classes including cbtirch lunas, and
cometimes even Christian preachers.
This is the central evil, poisoning
the race, and dragging them down.
Pastors were urged to repiess it by
house to house visitation aud ap
peals. The report was ordered to ha pub-
lished. Tho Association adjourned
to Thursday morning, then to hear
tho reports of the Secretary 'and
Treasurer of tho Hawaiian Board,
and to choose one-third of the mem
bers of the Board for the coming
The programme of tho Woman's
Board, of Missions, published in yes
terday's Bulmtux, was carried out at
tho Control Union Church last night,
in presence of an intnroatcd audi
enco, and to tho edification of all,
The piles, which havo been diiveu
by tho 0. It. it ,, Co., within tho
lttat few daj'b, for their now railroad
wharf on tho other sido of tho har
bor, havo boon coated with "venlura
asphalt." This material is daubed
on g of an inch think aud smoothed
over, making an oxcullent covoiiug.
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LOCAL &-QEHERAL HEWS.
A lliy.&Ti.is-.Jniur.Y bull is adver
tised fm Kile.
Plymouth Hook eirs for sritluf;
may bo prouiieil nf i.owi1- A I'u.'-,
l'At. plantation Mod.linhlei cm
gel a dividend til Cnsllu A t'liol.'e
Mil, Morgaii will sell Xew Zealand
potulvcs at iinciidii, at 10 o'clock to
mo: row nioiuin,;,
ATTCsno" li inviial t impoiuut
rHtfii Ol!ke noticed in the By
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The Catholic Ladies' Buiievulunt
doeiety will moot at II oYluok to
morrow afternoon, nl llix C'oiiM'iit
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'i'HK 1 li t li (ii;nii ii'cilal at Katiiiin
kapili elinii'li, under Die .'(iiiliiclor
lii) of Mi. Wmv Tnylir, will take,
place nevi MiimlnV eveidug, June
Tin. U M. T. H. ClM-hv.ii.il and II.
B M ii. Acorn ai" ln.ili i uoeltd
Willi ihu Mutual Tuleph.-iie t-y-iein.
Tho Olvujfiilon is Sliitimi B, .uul the
A com yiaiinn A.
Aw incipient tlie, fuppnMi! in hive
been i'iiufd by tmioUine opium, in-tciruptr-d
ihe meeting of lire com
panies liiM ni;;lrl.. It w.in m i (Miiueto
t c- i r f i i o n I near ICaiitiiiiknpili Cliuieh.
(Jaitajv ami M i I'.lli nave a
dinner to a few hporial fiiemls, at the
llnwriiiau Hotel last evening. Tlio
Captain and drtii',litor will be dined
by .Mi. and .Miv S. Ruth tbii evening.
Tin; Hawaiian Band will play tho
Aiihti.ilia off al noon to-mnimw, ami
will i) an open nic coueeri no ihrj
ground? ol Quen lCmma Hall in thu
oveniiij.', roiiimeneing ai TsJIfJu'elool:.
Bll.f.Y Mtirphv, the feather-wuight
chaliipion pintibni (.f the wtnld, will
be a lliiou;lj pasOityrr fn the S. P
ZcAlimdhi finni t;iiit T,'frinri-eolSalm-
day I will give a ni-aning ushibi-
tion with Jim Biirtiiigtou, a- well
known San I'rftuciico IHthl-wcighl,
at tin Ooinnif roial shortly al'Ur his
Mil. Jan. P. Morgan will have a
cale at his 'alesroom to-mOnow
morning, at 10 o'clock. 'It ii an ad
rninitrator'.s tale of e fleets Itelongin;;
to the stale of the lato David Mn
nnl.u. A liriiuswiek it Balke billiaid
table is ainnug tho articles to be sold.
On the following day, .Saturday, Juno
Vt.Ii, the ame auotioni-er has a whole
lost of tales advertised. Consult the
Xuuauu Chapter of Rose Croix
Xo. 1 A. and S. R., at 7:U().
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:80.
Under the above heading "H.
M." asks a few quesliom which I
propose to answer.
A Mormon missionary comes to
Litis country, mingles lreely with
such natives as need spiritual in
struction, explains his views on thu
Book of Life, teaches by precept
and example that which the Protest
ant missionaries of sixty years ago
taught the natives, shuns tliem not,
shares with them their humble lodg
ings aud fare, gains an insight into
tho inclinations of thu natives, and
thereby wields a potent influence
over their simple minds, an influ
ence almost equal to that which the
Protestant missionaries of sixty
years ago hold over natives. So,
after a native has fallen in with
mortgagors who, in turn, have
thorn him of the main portion of his
worldly possessions, lie (the native)
willingly follows tho teachings of
tho Mormon to seek the promised
Now Zion where, in the lie;ht of the
now faith, to begin anew his woildly
Tho Protestant church here is no
failure. You find all the intelli
gent lawyers and merchants belong
to that church ; you tlnd learned
divines dwelling in sumptuous homes
at its head ; you Unci it sending
missionaries to coniert the pagan
hordes of the South Seas ; you llnd
tho Katiuiakapili Church in Hono
lulu a monument of itn strength
and prosperity; you find large
hearted merchants, under its influ
ence, sending useful gifts to the
suffering outcasts of the Leper Set
tlement; you llnd thu synouym
"missionary" derived from its
founders, "used to designate the
opulent and tho aristocratic, of tho
land. Tho polltician3 cry in vain
against this "agent" who holds the
"balance of power." Now a roll
glon that possesses tho influences
enumerated above ohould notgrudgo
tho Mormon atragglers, who havo
enticed away a mere handful of
ignorant natives, but may rightfully
boast of its success.
If tho Protestant church seeks to
find why natives would join an in
ferior religion and leaves his Para
diso for tho barren wilds of tho
Rockies, it will llnd these to be
some of tho causes : Thu natives are
crowded to the wall in their own
country ; the Christian religion is
doled to them In precepts only from
the cold artificiality of the pulpit
not meted out in the warmth of in
tercourse among men. When they
(uatlvoR) ate sick, what preachers
visit them? When they are in
prison, did your divines visit and
cheer them? When they uiiiued
did your dlvluos offer to console
thera, or cry out, "hang him?"
. UAlU JUULUfl-Jt! HONOLULU, .11, J,
IlmiM! opened at 10 o'clock.
i:i:io!!i in (uuMiiii'.ns.
Rep. .Mai (pies ie.nl (lie wport of
the I'oiiiuiitlce tin I'lneigu affairs oil
the niiMwr of the MiuNur of For
eign Affaiis to the request for in
formation on the propmed new
treaty wuh the United Slate.
Rep. Brown said that undo Bute
J7 this majority icpint -liould await
the siibiuisMuii of the mlnoiity to
poitifoneh foitlnoming. Another
thing wa, that the President should
inist tin pailiaiiicntiiry language in
committee iepurt-1 as in all other
utterances before the House. In an
assembly of Jientlctueii -meli an ex
pression :n "Ihst-cla-i IVnlmuld hn
declTii: 1 out of ordei by the Chair.
The Pre-! lent I am under ilin
ImpiWitoii that the expression re-fem.-d
to m unparliamentary, and I
think Hie e..mimittee should have it
Nble HiMwin I an) nol going
.Minister Ajliford. l li-e to a
point of order. Ttiere cm he no
disttiv-Jon till the lopott ii inter
preted. Tlie President That' so.
Rep. R co J don't think the re
putt can !) interpreted lil' il b re
turned to the c)intnit(ei) for corieo
tion aeconling to ilia di-cUiun nf tho
Miuiitcr Tlitir-jtiui moved the ie
pun be refer icd to the liaiislator to
be propei ly translated.
Rjp. Kapueluiolo moved in amend
ment to Minliter Thurston's motion
that Hit- H'poi't be ptinted as u-ll as
Minister ThiiiStun did imt think
it neei'B-.ary to have the uilus sus
pended In order to havo a document
translated, as it had always been
the pi notice to have translations of
important documents produced.
Minister Ashfoid -ilated that his
point wni that liiit report was not
yet toad, and no motion can be
made. Tf the interpreter cannot
read it sottio member of tlie commit
tee may read it Mr. Bush for in
Tho President If any member
raises the point of order t tint the re
port must, bu translated I will ro
Noble Wldemanu I never heard
of any such thing as this. A majority
of tbii House don not know what
that, repoit contains.
Rep. Rosa raised tho point that
the. leporl must be translated.
Rep. Kalua thought the President
should not rulo so, when he did not
do so before tho report was read in
The President 1 will not with
draw my ruling. It has always been
the custom to have important re
Noble Baldwin raised the point
that the report was referred back to
the committee for correction of un
Rep. Brown -(Rep. Kalua trying
to speak at tho same time) I rise
to tiie point that there is nothing be
fore the House, as the repoit has
not been properly presented.
Rep. Kalua I appeal from the
decision of tlie chair.
Rep. Kapachaole nuclei stood that
the appeal must be put.
Tho Interpreter There is no
translator to the House.
Noblo AVideraann Whatever wo
may think of the merits of the motion
of tlie member for Honolulu has
nothing to do with the matter
wo ate now debating. Wo
aro debating the disposition of
a report that is only before a
small minority of this House. That
cannot bo before the House when it
is only before the back of the House.
Tho President The Interpreter
says lie cannot interpret the report
without being given time. The
ruling is that the report must be in
full possession of the House.
Minister Thurston considered the
lion. Noble for Oahu to be right, in
exact accordance with the ruling of
Minister Ashfoid said the fact of
tlie report not being translated was
stated boforo a line of it was read,
and uo objection was made. When
some members found it was loaded
they raised tlie outcry. This was
grossly unfair and unparliamentary.
Ho reiterated his former proposition,
that if tho Interpreter could not
read tho report off-hand one of the
members of tho committee could do
so. Theieforo he opposed tlie rul
ing. Rep. Kalua Good!
Rep. Nawahi hoped the hon.
nicmbor would withdraw iii9 appoal.
The House having elected a Presi
dent should sustain him in nil mat
ters where ho makes corrcot rulings.
Tho repoit was only half read.
The President The Chair makes
no ruling on whether the report is
translated or not. It is that the re
port is not beforo the Hoin.o until It
is read, nnd it is not rejul yet.
Noblo Widemanii thought tho
Minister made a mistake if he
thought ho agreed with htm. M.y
point is that no voto can be taken
on that report until it is before thu
Minister Thurston Correct.
Rep. Bush If you deeidu that it
is not before tho House, I think you
should order the translator to inter
pret it. Thi'i is laborious bill, il is
his duty, as lm lias translated other
fnlcrpieter Wilcox I simnlv sav
( that I cannot read this offhand, be-
came it hai manyinlvrlitieidlotU and
abbreviations. It is Tot tight to ex
pect tlie interpreter to translate this
Rep. Bush hat is tlie tilling of
thn chair? (Laughter.)
The. Piesident It is that tiie le
porl i- not before the House until it
Mini-ter A-lifonl- Then tlie logi
cal sequence is that, if tlie decision
of the chair is iustaineitlie leading
The President Precisely. .
Minister Thurston My view in
supporting the ruling wii- that the
report was not In otdcr until it was
Minister Ashfoid What is the
The Piesident It ii that the le
porl has not been read.
Rep. Kalua said he would with
draw his appeal ii the President
would withdraw his tilling. (Laugh
ter.) Minister Aifotd understood the
ruling to be, that any motion lor the
disposition of the icport was out of
order till it was read. Theieforo, if
tlie Chair was sustained the reading
Noble Baldwin said the first ruling
win that the report should be ic
Mil ued to the committee lor cortcc
tion. The repoit should go back on
that ruling. The final ruling, which
covered both, was that the icpo-L
was not pioperly road. Therefore,
the report should be lelorrrd back
to the committee.
Rep. Bush The reading nl lliii
repoit should go on. How aie the
native members to know what ob
noxious words are tliete, until they
Rep. Kalua wlthdiew his appeal.
Minister Thurston Tint leporl
being out of otdcr I am prepared to
give my answer tu the Attorney
General -Minister Ashfoid 1 rise to a
point of order. That report is he
lore tho House to bo read.
Minister Thurston did not ho un
derstand the decision of the Chair.
Tlie President--Tim report was
declared out of order till it was
read. It is now, I understand,
about to be read.
The Interpreter proceeded to in
terpret tlie content of the report in
Noble Baldwin, on the reading
being concluded, said: As one of
tltc committee who. has not signed
that, I ninkc a motion tiiat the re
poit be laid on the table until 1 can
have an opportunity to bring in my
mlnoiity report. I deplore thu
haste with which this report, has
been brought forward. At the
meeting yesterday we adjourned till
we could get further evidence. Il
being after o o'clock wo thought we
could not see the Minister of For
eign Affairs. The Minister had
promised that if he found anything
among his private papers referring
to the afftiir we could havo them.
This morning Mr. Marques said il
had been urged on the committee to
bring in this repoit, and thnl lie had
sat up all night to write it.
Noble McCarthy rose to a point
of older. The hon. Noble linn made
a motion to lay thu report on tho
table, which is not debateable. We
havo no opportunity to reply.
Noble Baldwin said ho was only
explaining his position, as he did
not know what was in tlie report.
Rop. Marques rose to a point of
order. The report has been referred
back to the committee for correc
tion. I think it was misunderstood,
as there was no intention to use per
sonally offensive language. It
ought to be given back to the com
mittee. The House should give tlie
committco authority to procure all
Minister Ashford, Noble Wido
maun, and Rep. Bush all claimed
tlie floor, the flrst-named saying he
was going to make a motion, as No
blo Baldwin's had not been see
ouded. Rep. Rickard said he seconded
Rep. BubIi said the seconder had
not risen and addressed tho chair.
Noblo Wldemanu said lliia laying
tho report on thu table was very
good, perhaps it was tho best place
for It. But if it so pleased the lion.
Noble for Maui it would continue to
He there. Hu had no objection, but
moved it be also printed.
Rep, Blown moved the report bu
laid on the table till (lie minority
report be presented.
Rep. Riekard seconded the mo
tion. Rep. Kapachaole wanted to know
how long it would hu till tlm mino
rity report was presented.
Noblo Baldwin It won't be long.
The motion was declared lost, 19
to 20, on a show of hands. This
being questioned a ntanding vote was
called, when the motion was called,
when the motion was declared car
ried, 2(5 to 2-.
At 11 :.07 tlm House adjourned
till 10 o'clock to-moirow.
HOME FROM THE DANCE,
Only a night (.pent In d.uieo ami tong,
A night In a woeful vigil long;
Or iho musical chiming ot wi-il(liii'
The Mow, Mow, tolling of illrgeful
A loverV kiss and a sweet goodbye;
A uinuinci'r. lear.s, and a dying eljuh;
I leans that jest at a thought of ijuIii
And liciiiU that will never bo triad
Over and oviit tin rum and the mould
And the joelal Int.; o( tho woild h told.
'PHE WEEKLY BUL.LETIN
.i. W cnlumnn, puiiily loon! matter
Mailed to fornia coiintriun, Jli.pt-j
,'Jukjj a, urn
wa-v f m l.-,fiGi v
DIPLOMATIC fiEGEPYiOH. !
iliilllial fliiliTtnliuuC it Hi ihc
L' n Hi' it sUnten i.i-cutlini
His Kvcellency J. L. Mevons,
United Stales Minister Resident,
and Miv. Slcvini held ti lecepliun
at the Legation, Niiuanu Avenue,
from threo to six o'clock eitenlay
afternoon. It was an event both
brilliant ami pleasant. Flags almost
coveting the house showed their
blight color', lo the street through
Interstices of the luxuriant foliage.
Lovely bouquet-, clusters of gor
geous Idles, and other Urn al designs,
with profuse tracciies of iucs,
made the interior a delight to tho
eye, while illlin the t.ir with fra
grance. An elegant collation wa3
spread in the dining loom, and uo
guest was permitted to depart with
out receiving nn invitation to be ie
His Excellency and amiable lady
gave a cordial greeting to all. Mrs.
Stevens was a Isitd in receiving,
aud in dispensing the hnripitnlillea
of the Legation, by the Misses
.Stevens, Mrs. Severance and Miss
Severance, .Mis. J. 0. Cailer and
tlie .Misses Cniter, Mrs. ', Fo.-ter.
the Misses inter, and Miss Water-liou-c.
The band of Ihe U. S. flagship
Charleston, 1(J pieces, under Band
master Catio, played on the grounds
alternately with the Royal Hawaiian
Hand. The playing of the nival
band was very much admired. The
programme o'l the conceit, was tho
Ovci Hue Miisnulello. . .
lii-mliiUcuiK'iM of Vetdl.
. . Wagner
rania-ia Beenlleeiloiis of thu War.
l'jlrol-Ouaril .M until....
Medley Ye Olden Times.
The Star Spangled Banner.
Their.Majestics and the Heir Ap
parent weru among tlie calleis. The
King was attended by Mr. Jas. W.
Robcitson, Vice-Chambeilam, and
U. M.'s staff. Mrs. Robertson was
hidy-ln-w ailing to tho Queen. Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn was piesent with
Princess Liliuokalani. Visitors were
coming and going (hiring thu throe
hours, the following being some of
lheir hxcellencics Jona. Austin,
Minister of Foirjign Affairs, and C.
W. Ashfoid, Attorney-General;
Hon. C. R. Bishop, Hon. and Mis.
W. F. Allen, Hon. and Mr.s. J. B.
Atherton. Miss Atherton, lion, and
Mrs. W. (T. Ii win and Mr i. Ivers,
Hon. and Mrs. W. D. Alexander,
Mrs. J. T. Dowsett and the Misses
Dowsett; Major J. II. i)dehouse,
British Commissioner, Mia. aud .Miss
Wodehouse; Mr. G. C. B. d'An
glade, French Commissioner; Mr.
A. de Souza Canavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, and Mrs. Canavarro;
Mr. Nasaki, Japanese Diplomatic
Agent, and members of his legation ;
Rear Admiral Brown, U. S.N. ; Mr.
II. W. Severance, United States
Conmil-Uonoral, Mrs. audthe Misses
Severance; Mr. F. A. Schaefcr,
Consul for Italy aud Dean of Con
sular Corps; Mr. II. W. Schmidt,
Swedish Consul, ami Mrs. Schmidt;
Mr. C. Afong, Chinese Commercial
Agent, and Mi3 Afong; Mr. A. W.
Richardson, United-States Vice-Cousul-General
; Mr. T. R. Walker,
British Vice-Consul ; Captain Remey
and staff, U. S. F. S. Charleston ;
Captain Green and staff, U. S. S.
Adams ; Captain McCurley and staff,
U. S. S. Nipsiu; Lieut. Dyer, Lieut.
Blow, and Mr. Cole (of the Ad
miral's staff; Lieut. Qualtrougb,
F'leet Surgeon Woods, Dr. Wuiber,
Fleet Paymaster Arthur Burlis, with
Mrs. Hurtis, Fleet Engineer Inch,
and Mr. Hollis, with Mrs. Hollis, U.
S. F. S. Cha"i lesion; Chief Engineer
Webster, U. S. S. Nipbic ; Rt. Rev.
the Bishop of Honolulu and Mr.s.
Willis, Rev. and Mrs. IL Bingham,
Rev. and Mrs. S E. Bishop, Rev.
and Mrs. W. C. Merxitt, Ruv. and
Mrs. A. Mackintosh and Mis3 von
Holt, Mrs. R. F. Bickcrton, Mrs.
W. Foster, Dr. and Mrs. A. B.
Lyons, Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Rogers,
Dr. Llndley of Kentucky, Dr. and
Mrs. J. S. MeGrew, Dr J. S. Emer
son, Dr. Kimball, Col. V. V. Ash
ford, Cnpt. Mist, R. N., and .Miss
Mist, Prof, aud Mis. M. M. Scott,
Prof, and Mrs. ("1. Kauvlet,
Major and Mis. C. T. Guliek, Hon.
Jas. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Carter and ihe Mitses Carter; Hon.
and Mrs. B. F. Dunning, Misses
Dunning aud Clarke, Mrs. Helen
Mather, New York ; Mr. aud Mrs.
George Fritch, Mr.s. Eugene. B. Rail,
Mr. and Mrs. Layton, San Fran
cisco ; Mrs.S. C. Allen, Mr. and Mtr.
W. W. Hall, Mrs. fl. E. Boardtnau,
Mrs. Robt. Lowers and Miss Lowers,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. Lansing, Mrs.
AY. W. Dimond, Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
C. Wilder, Mr. p. K. Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. G. Spencer, Air. and Mrs.
C. L. Caitcr, Mr. and Mis. E. A.
Jones, Mr. and Mr. II. if. Renjes,
Mr. aud Mis. 11. F. Wichman, Mrs.
S. B. Rose and Mi&s Rose, Mi&se;.
Chambeilaiu, WateihoiiHe, Winter,
Ravoon, Atkinson, Brewer, and
Snow; Messrs. II. Wntci house, W.
C. Parko, W. H. Rain!, J. Dyer, T.
M. Slarkcy, G. C. Potter, and Paul
UriiL Kir HALE.
JiTi'.V-i V sielu-JerM'V Hull,
KVUi'fcH tfom Woodlawii Dabv
Jr.5'? Mock: color black anil
JfZfij white; very taiiini inlsed
At Maliiki Watenvoiks.
tictloD Sales by Jaincs F. Korgan. i
TO-.ilOJM:OW .Juno OMi,
AT 10 o'c-i.'trii A. .11.. ,
Army .Nilc-ioun, Queen street, I will J
sell ni Public Auction, for account of I
whom It may concern. ;
100 Sks New Zealand Potatoes
JAS. !'. IWOKGA:,
CVi it Auctioneer.
By order of V. u. SMITH, B.., Ad
ministrator of the Kstate of thu la'e U.
Miiutku, deceased, will s..) ai l'ublie
Atietlou, al inySalosi Odin, (iiii'ou. I-tu'ul,
On JFIUDAY, June 511i,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
J. iiruuttwivk & Ualko
With Cinii'llAOK, 11ALLB & CUM,
8 Iron Bi'iljteads,
1 irtr.nv llattia-ses,
10 Pieces of Oil Glotli
JAS. l- MOJKMAX,
fi71 at Aiietloueer.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer uf Inlic-V
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN srtKoa M1)K TO OIltlHlt.
I'exgril ui- Me,;it: also. HnJOles.
JiS Nuuiiuh St., : i : P. 0. Box 2(rt.
COO KIcW & CO.,
No. 53 Nnuami St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
C'wiMuierFH nnil I'uriil-tiilMi; Uooils.
Also, n full stock of Dry aud Panev
Goods, flood lit guaranteed. 517 ai
I o VOLUMES EncyclopspdlaUrltan
14 nlca, Morocco bound, In good
condition, never used. Apply at thle
ofliee. r.72 If
TOK SALE CI J 12 A 1
A COMPLETE outut for ninklng and
dispensing- carbouatcd beverago,
all in good order. Address
G31 Sin Waiohinn, Hawaii.
IVfRH. MONROE, lndlca' uuibc, hu
1U. wuiuiud to No. 3, Kukui lano.
DURING my absence from the King
dom Mr. M. D. MmiMirat will act
lor me under full power of attorncv.
Honolulu, .111110 3, 18D0. 571 3
BBTWEEX Waiklkl and thu toot of
Nuuanu street, a Samoan Fan, de
corated with warchlp ribbons. A sult
alily reward will be given for its return
lo tills oillce. t70 tf
fiOLI) Glove Buttoiicr marked
.V "EN." Dellveiy by Under will
be rewauled by Paul Xeuuianii.
DRAFT No. JC f,,r S30, drawn on
Castle & Cooke, by K. A. Bald
win in favor of A. 1). Baldwin. Pay
ment has been slopped. Please return
to 0. O. Berger. .170 lw
CITUAITON as driver, can drive two
O to four horses, or, will take cant
of horses and do choies. Can lead and
write English ami Portuguese. Applv
at thla ollico. s7-j n
A POSITION as Head Limn on a
. plantation by a man of long ex
perience on thye Islands. Unexcep
tionable refcieiiees. Addreas Lima,"
this ollluc. MX) lw
JY a Botpoetabln Middlo-oged .Man,
J w ith a neat little homo ulhlK own.
and a good position with a salarv of
ii'.00 a month, an oppoittmitv of coiies
pondlng with an honect, 'indu-tiious
woman, with a view to inntriuionv.
Addiess Mntrlnionv," Bui.i.i:ns Oi
Hee. .',71 1-
Electricity is Life !
Vf'ANY persons llnd a modrtaluap
lTi. plle.itloit of Electi Icily Uem-tlehil.
Electricity sonielimes enies andneatlv
nlway.s boiieflts BlieunititUin, .Vcural:,
Indigestion, Kte., and acts like a tonic
and Is very biineilelil In easa ot General
On Quuou Street,
And get an Eleetrlo Shuck tiy (hopping
a Nicnol In the slot. Can hi legulatrtd
to suit the delicate as well ag thu stroug.
rtlvfKMAr''i,W,ft - rtsWiiCj
'aiwlioi) Sales Vj Jamss I'. Morgan;
Stocks & Bonds
On SATUIIDA,Y, Juuo 7tk,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOA',
At my Saleroom, Obccu street, I will
sell nr Public Auction,
CO Shares of Oahu Railroad & Land
Par Value $100.
15 Government G Percetil Bortda of
Kr Will be old in loti to suit In
vectors. JAS. F. 3IOKGAX,
570 5t Auctioneer.
By direction of Samuel C. Allen aud
Mai k P. Robinson. Trtlstecs of the Es
tate of James Bobln-on. deceased, the
moitgagces named In a certain Inden
tuie of mortgage dated February IC,
I&SS, made by Edwaid Pietuu, lam
dheeled lo tell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, June Tth,
AT IS U'CMIUK XOOS,
Of th.it day. at my Saleroom, In Hono
lulu. Oahu, all those eight several
Piu'CcIn or TLiOtJS,
Numbered regpectivclv ISO, 1S1. 182,
lKt, -J10, 211, 212 und"i!I3 on the Gov
ernment purvey of Kulaokabiia and
being the nnm pieuihcs occupied by
the late Edward Preston as a home
stead. 'or further particulars Inquire ot
JAS. F. lOJlGATs
Or, Cecil Brown, Attornev-at-Law.
Dated Honolulu, May 7, 1S00. SCO td
EXECUTOR ui TRUSTEE'S
Sals of Real Estate
By direction of Cecil Brown, theTrus
teu under the last will and te3tamcr.t
of Philip Milton, deceased, 1 am dl
lected to sell at l'ublie Auction, at my
Salesi'oom, in Honolulu,
Out SATUItDAY, Juuo 7th,
AT lli O'CLOCK XOOS,
Of that day, those certain
Pieces or PARCELS of LANDS,
Situate in Lahahui, Island of 3Iaui,
1 That ce'rtaln Picmlscs In said Lu
haliiii, tiluate on the Government mad
leading to the Pioneer Mill, Rtid being
the former residence of the .said Philip
Milton. Thu above property is under
lease cpliinjr July 1, 1800, yearly rental
2 Two pieces of Tsro Laud situate
at Knhonia, Lulmlu.i, and containing
respectUely i.'3-lOO and 1-10 of.au acre-.
3 Three. Shaves In thu l.md of Ks
hana, at ICaanapall, Tsluud uf Maul,
being the frlinies of Mauona, ICahewii
howatmi and Kalakeko.i.
CjT" Deeds at expeiii-o of tho pur
chaser. Pot fuither p.iitieulars apjily to
JAS. P. 3IOKGAX,
M!7 td Auetioneur.
By dlt cetion of Cecil Brown, Execu
tor and Trustee of tho latt will and tes
lament of Philip Milton, deceased, the
moitg.igeu named In certain indenture
of mortgage dated January 11, 1831,
made by Aloua and Kamala, his wife, I
am dheeted to hell at Public Auction,
On SATUItDAY, June 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK OUK,
Of that day, at my Salesroom, In Hono
lulu, Oalm, all that certain
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In I.ahaiiia, Island of Maui,
being a portion uf the land of Puaa, and
bounded aud described as follows: .
No. t Beginning at its X. W. corner
which is 00 links, ilitmit S. fiotn tho S.
E. corner of the meeiiug house called
Mauaulana. and running X. GU- K. 1.4a
chaliiri along Puaa ikl, to road S. a.rl
E. 1.71 ehalns along load, S. 00J- Y.
0 S'J uluilns aloii ICooka, S. CD- W. 1.31
chains along Kooka, X. 20J- ". 2.i4
chaliH a'otig Walokatim, X. '.'L'i' W l.G!)
chains along Walokama to the begin
ning containing 7-10 acre. Als),all"that
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In Pnau Xul, in paid Lahalua,
which is bounded nnd described tu
Xo. :. Beginning at the 8 W. corner
and limning X. 50. E. '-'.00 chains along
Kooka, X. 2i!p B. 2.28 chains alonfj
Kooka, X. 51- i:. 0,40 chains aloug
ICooka, N. 23- W. 1 OJ cliuuis along ICa
lawa, ti. f,V V. 3.1 1 chains along Ka
I.iwh, S. -il. K. 0.85 chains along Ma
kalole, S. !) AV. 0.00 chains along Ma
kalolo, S. 30- K. LOP. ehalns along Ma
k.ilole, S. 05i- W. 1.27 chains along Ma
kalole, S.37- E. 1.-1S clmlns along publlu
road to the bcglnntug containing 87-100
acre. I'or fin iher particulars inquire of
JAS. V. 3IOKGAX,
Or, Cecil Brown, Attornev-at-Law.
Dated Honolulu, May 27, 1S0O. SCO td
(;itAlES FOll SALE!
GRAPES In quantities to salt, cut
fresh from tho vine, at T. Crist
ley's, Port street; 5 pounds for 51, any
Umo alter 0 o'clock a. jt. M3 tf
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