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J'icttccd to neither Sect nor Pariy
But established for the. benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1890.
REPLY TO MR. HIND.
Mr. Hind's letter in your hist even
ing's issue was evidently not wtilleu
for the purport) of encouraging Gov
ernment or novate nid in supporting
railway enterprise in tins country.
If tlio spiiit of opposition which
scorns to pervade the whole article
was correctly founded it might be
well to let it pa8s unnoticed. Under
existing ciicumstnneee, however, 1
feel it my duly, not only to the
country but to myself, to say that
.Mr. Hind seems to be wholly misin
formed in the essential point in his
letter, which is one of law, and as a
legislator as well as a member of the
"Special Committee on Railways,"
ho ought lo inform himself correctly
upon a subject on which lie proposes
to enlighten the public.
Passing over his nppatent sym
pathy for such land owners us suc
ceeded in obtaining more money for
"rightof way" than all tight-thinking
men feel they ought lo have receiv
ed, and ignoring the gialihido ho ox
piessCh as a tax payer that ho had
no hand in aiding or encouraging
t lie pioneer railway line on this isl
and ; wo come to his attempt lo con
tradict my ascition that nothing but
a baie franchise was granted. AVhero
he says "lint I find that the Hail
way Co.'s propei ty is exempt fiom
taxation for 20 yeais. I think this a
veiy valuable concession, as it seems
piolmblu that, with our present in
crease of the public debt, thero will
be a doubling up of our taxes in a
1 don't believe Mr. Hind made this
incorrect statement with the inten
tion to mislead the public, but it
thews, to say the least, a lack of caie
in reading an act bcaiing upon a
very important public enterprise,
which to me seems inexcusable in
uy man who accepts fiom this
country the position he new holds.
fhopiopeityoftheO.lt. & L. Co.
is no r exempt from taxation except
that part which is essential to the
operation of its i ail way. If Mr.
Hind's view of the railway it-snstain-ed,
viz. : that it is not needed in the
country, then the railway is of no
use; and if no use. wherein does the
value of its non-laxable franchise
coumsI? even if taxes should increase
a hundred fold. When there was no
railway there could bo no tax on
railways; now that the tax is i emit
ted there is no loss, for how could a
country moie than an individual
lose what it never bad? The stalling
of this short railway in question en
abled the-writer to secuie a iifty-
years lease of two largo cattle ran
ches containing an area of 60,000
acres ; another lease of 18,000 acres
bus been received for the same teim,
and all is turned over to the railway
company. The company have ac
iptiied propei ly in fee, which two
years since was taxed foi $5,200, but
which will be taxed this vear for
Waterworks are being built upon
this property at a cost to the com
pany of $20,000 when completed. It
is the plan of Iho company to divide
up these large holdings in fee and
under long lease to setileis, some of
whom are now in the country wait
ing for the oppoitunity to bo given,
and otbeis will come. Two largo
sugar plantations just started on this
island, each at a capitalized value of
$500,000, aio the legitimate fruit of
this small piece of railway, and the
lesult of ten months' active woik. I
hope Mr. Hind will live to seo the
railway ox tended on this island as
proposed, and he will learn that rail
ways will help lo build up small eoun
tiies just as much in pioportion as
they do largo ones. Already the
Pearl liver division of of the O. R. i
L. Co. has been the diiuet agent of
cieating a prcM-nl and piospcctivc
value of piopoily that will without
doubt yield within live yeais, taxeb
to this Government, equal to four
peieent and possibly six percent
annually on the cost of Iho railway.
I estimate the increase of levenue lo
the Government resulting fiom Ibis
railway enterprise, which Mr. Hind
HceniB anxious to condemn, will
amount to over two percent next
year on the contract price of the
load. An incieaso of lovenuo to the
Government through, tho develop
ment of its natural resources will not
tend to increase tho rato'of taxation
as anticipated by Air. Hind. To
cease to go ahead is to go backward,
and thoso who would "lot well
enough alone" oradvocato u standstill
policy will do well to remember that
stagnation is death,
J. P. DlLT.IXCSH.MI,
Will yon kindly give room in your
paper, of which 1 havo been a con
stant reader over since it was start
ed, for the expression of a griev
ance that I think la the duty of our
legislative body, now assembled, to
take up and remedy.
There is in our community hero
in Honolulu a class of people, com
prising accountants, collectors, bu
siness agents, etc., that for want of
anything better are largely, or al
most entirely depending on woik
given them by pi i vale people, and
small business houses, and business
being dull, work of this kind is na
tural ly scarce and down to bed-rock
pay, so that these people have a
very hard fight to make a living,
more so if thoy have a family to sup
port, which in 6omo instances, I
Know to bo the case.
Now thero are a number of Gov
ernment employees that draw their
rAulnr monthly aalnry, tiHll rt$ edbii
. .. i IIMH..P mi nil IMI M- om, ' I
m tuc appropriation inn passed in
every session, in tunny cases n pretty
good salary at that, who having
easy limca, working probably front
0 to 7 hours daily, and eager to
utako all they can, oll'er their ser
vices to whoever vrmils them, and
being able to do it cheaper, very
often, if not in most cases, get the
work that otherwise would have
been given to somebody belonging
lo the'lns3 before mentioned.
1 would propose that a law bo
passed that prohibits any govern
ment employee to work on the out
side and thus take away the bread
from others not so lucky in obtain
ing government positions. If they
(the government employees) have
really sitch easy times, that they do
not know what to do with them
selves after the oillce hours, and
their constitution usks for more
woik, 1 propose that their number
be lessened, and they be made lo
work longer, the same as other em
ployees of private firms have lo do
for' far less compensation than tlicy
This complaint docs not originate
from malice or jealousy, hut simply
lroln a standpoint of justice, and is
not calculated to benefit the. writer,
who has his position, and is not
looking for anything on the outside
of that. ' J. II. 8.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Pi-.ck's Und Boy will bo at the
Opera House to-night.
A aim. to take care of a child and
do light bonce woik is wanted.
A roi.L attendance) is desirable at
the Fiie Police meeting to-night.
Tiiuku lirsl class dressmakers may
find employment at Mis. Mollis.'
A cum-: for influenza is for bale al
Hollisler ii Co.'o and IJenson, Smith
Sr.JJSiifHY b'jut O'Connor, tho Ca
nadian champion, the second time
on the 30th ult.
Oahl Lodgo, 1C. of P., will meet
lo-moriow evening at 7 o'clock in
stead of the usual time, 7:'i0.
Any peit-on in want can, by apply
ing al this office, learn where to iind
two huge furnished rooms to lot.
AIk. L. J. Levey will tell ii wind
mill, pump, piping, etc., at tho Cus
tom House whaif, next Satuulay, at
William Norner, JIanalei, Kauai,
declines the lesponsibility of debts
contracted in his name without his
AitUANOowxTS are in piogro.-s foi
a sehool-teacheis' picnic to Peail
P.iver by the 0. 11. It. it L. Co.'s line,
A gkand concert by three bands
will be given at the ifnwaiiun Hotel
next Thursday night. The bands of
thoAmciicuu and Picnc-h Admiral
ships will combine with our own
band on the occasion.
Timothy lioed, who died at Wai
me.i, Hawaii, on July 8th, at tho age
of 00, and after DO years residence on
these islands, fought under Ihe ban
ner ot Dom Pedro, when tho latter
came lo the throne of Hrazil.
Two more days will be allowed fur
tho payment of water iates, before
the extra ten peieent is added. The
two days are added to make up for
tho -1th of July and election day, on
which days tho oilicc was closed.
A somkwiiat extensive exhibit of
work collected fiom dillejent schools
in the Kingdom may be seen in one
of thu rooms of tho Fori Street .School.
Any pciMn desiring to inspect the
specimens can havo fiee access to
the loom dining the time of the
tcachci.-' convention assembled in
other apailnionts of the building.
Mit. Gelalte was run away with in
a brake on tho Puliiinn road yester
day evening, Tho vehicle was wi cok
ed near the jailway station. Mr.
Gelatin Wii thrown out and some
what stunned, besides getting cuts
in tho bead and hand. Ho was taken
to the house of Mr. G. W. O,. Jones,
Palaiua, wheie Dr. Oliver tiealed his
injuries, after which he was diiven
home in a hack.
It is rumored that tho Waik'app
sugar estate has amalgamated with
tho Spreokolsvillo Sugar Co., which
will dispnso of tho much vexed ques
tion of tho Waikapu commons land
disputeand will place the control of
this niagnilicient track of sugar land,
held in fee simple, (some 11,000
acres), in tho lands of tho Ifawaiian
Commercial Co., with Col. Hpreckels
at tho head. It is also rumoied that
ouo or two other plantations in the
neighborhood are to eonio in to the
amalgamation with possibly nnoof
the adjoining largo Makawao estates.
A SGENE IN COURT.
To-day, at tho trial of
.Seymour, who tried to aid Mills in
escaping from prison recently, he
attempted to take ids own life. Jus
tice bole sentenced him to six
months imprisonment at hard labor,
when he pulled out a pistol, and
pointing at Ins heart,puiled the trig
ger. It missed fire, and before ho
could mnko another effort to tako
his life. Mr. Paul Neumann knocked
him down with a chair, uutl people
from the Legislative Hall and other
rooms of tho Government House ran
up stairs und secured tho prisoner
from any further attempts at des
truction. -T-HE ONLY PAPER nail by all
X classes "The Duily Iiiillolin." DO
cents per mouth.
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VHE TEAbHElW CONVENTION.
l'roii M. M. Scott gave a lesson
bn elementary English composition,
with Messis. Moore, Thatcher and
Gibson, and Miss Needluim acting
as pupils. The standard mode of
initiating the juvenile litcrntcur into
tho mysteries of sentence making
was set forth, tho only drawback to
the practical utility of the cxeroibc
being the over aptness of Hie impro
vised scholais. The instructor had
occasion to discuss the word
"write," and upon asking for nu
othur word of tho same sound, was
promptly answered by tho senior
pupil, "I don't think it right for
you to bo making me work all the
time." At this stage, tho conven
tion was divided into two parts, one
body goimi off into another room.
Mr. W. T. Lucas duplicated lo tho
two illusions a very good elucida
tion of phonics as applied to Ihe
different shade's of Knglish vowel
sounds. Mr. P. It. Lord took up
the subject ot writing and gave some
practical directions on the details of
conducting writing lessons. The
teaching of writing by elements and
eschewing copy books was ai down
as a principle proper to be observed.
"Only use copy books when yon
can't get along without them," was
the precept laid down on that part
of the subject. The convention
closed, at ') o'clock.
EVENTS" THIS EVENING.
Kxcelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O.
Drill Co. U Honolulu lcillcs, al
Mcliierny Hall, at 7:510.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Kitlcs, al.
Ileretiuiia street Armory, at 7:.10.
Peck's Had Hoy, Opera House, 8.
Meeting of Fire Police, at 7:00.
Meeting at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral Sunday schoolroom, 7:fl0.
IMMll'inWaiWIWIMI ! II i i .
New Fire Police. Attention.
IMIEKE will be a tpccial meeting o
tlih Company held on '1 UK-sDAY
i:VKXING. at 7:::0 v m , July lfi, IH'.NJ,
at tho Hall of Mechanic finglno Co. a.
Buslntsisof Importance -By-laws, etc.
A veiy full atteiiUiincc of mcinhpi Is
col 121 -secretary.
AIIC f.odjre No. I, Iv. of P.. will
meet In convention TO-MOH-
KOYV (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7
o'clock sharp, instead ot 7:B0. All
members in e requested to he punctual.
' J. C. WHITE,
00.-. L't K.otlt. il'.S.
AT.UHE.V Ivory Pin. Hniler will
pk'HM return to ihis otllce. (501 lw
GIKIv to do Jiglil housework ami take
cue of a' child. Apply ar llik
WO.YtiX lo do chamber
Apply al the E-iglo liaise.
''I) I It.
t-clas Ilauils for drcs
Apply al onic at cMab-
Q'l'iug' riiniisheil Konini,
sj centrally Incited. Ap
ply at this oillce. CO, lw
MLA SUITE of 'J'hl
J&M A Furiil-hcd Rn
CfFd; ..i ... v.. -.-. i.,., .'.i.i.,.,. i
lining A i
Eee S2X-1WT l" ill w. .i, i i(iiiunu,i
sncot, or to" II. P. Hcbburd. C01 tt
Y a sreiitlcinau a Neatly
Furnished Front Jtoum
with Hath, in nrhatc. family,
and convenient lo street cats. Adilres-,
"Kiont llooin,' Ilri.i.K'iiN Oillce. Col l't
"pilE umleivlgncil will not be respon
JL bible for any debts contracted In
his name without'lii- written order.
fiOa 3t Hiimilel, Ktiunl.
A Cure for Influenza !
Dll. lOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY C0I1
DIAL, one of ihe best lemedies
ever piepaied for coughs, asthma, liuur
ami chest trouble, mid a great icllef to
whooping cough and throat atfeotion.
Ask for Dr. Lozur's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
And liCNaON, .SMITH & CCS.
I Haul your ''Cherry Cordhl" the host
mcdlchm we haw ever U'-ed for coughs,
colds anil lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and. rapauc-o
will use no ot her. I use nothing else in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. C1IAPIN,
Manager Kobala Kugnr Co.
Aro linve sold a largo quantity of your
"Chcir.y Cordial" at our plantation
stoie, both at ICeallu and ICaima, ami
can cheei fully retonuiuiiid It for hrou
Very respectfully yours,
()0. tf Treaurer .Makee Sugnr Co.
THE drink of the times is Hart's
Delicious Ice Cieam Soda, cool,
refreshing nnd Invigorating, only 15
cents a drink, survid nl liin Elite leu
Cream Pallors. 698 lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN'
1. lid columns, purely local mat tei-
to foreign countries, to" per
1 F yoii want a Hue cigars go to O. J,
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LARGE & IMPORTANT
Grit We Sals !
t am directed bv Mkssms. II. UACIC
KULl) is Co. to sell at Public Auction,
nt their store. Queen street, on a liberal
ciedlt to the trade, on
TO-MOUKOW, July Ifilh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
All their Imputation of Merelimit!lc
of e wry ilucrtntlnii. The sale will
c.oinprlse. specially select ed gooile of tho
Iato.t style?, too numerous lo stieclfv.
Anions tho slock will be found full
StnulG lU F
Xew & I'Vhionnblc V)iy Gooili,
Sydney ,v I'ngllsh Saddles.
Ktu., I'rc, Etc., Kic.
85 All Goods oiferctl will bo posi
tively sold, and large iiivnice) will be
chisc'd at any pi lee on liberal term1..
TKU3XH nl SAIin.
Executor & Trustee's Sala ot
, Unllli How,
By diiectlnn or CKC1LP.P.OWX. P.x
pcutor (S.Tiiieti-e of the I.iiit Will and
Testament of Philip Milton ilci-eaM-d,
I niu dhectid to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'OLiOUK A. 31..
At the Faun House in Palolo Valley.
Honolulu. Oaliii, all the following
dcfciihcd Property, suitable
for Ittiuch purposes:
1st All that land containing an area
of JjDJj awes and wituate in Kipaliulu
and Waialac-iki, HUtriurof Komi, Oaliii.
and hoing the &aine pienii-es, ennvejed
to the Mild Philip .Milton hvtlieTius
tees of tliu K-tiiti of W. C. lauuililo.
i-'nil All that laud coutjiiiiug an aiea
of nine acre-, Minnie hi Palolo Valley,
and being the same premises couvejeil
to the said Philip Milton by Ui Hilda
Slionnan. This propei ty ha a l.nge
leservoir upou it, which supplies Ihe
lower land;, with water for rice cultiva
tion, the icsci voir it. ISO fathom? fciptare
iind ha a Uejuh of 14 feet, and cot in
the. neighborhood of $10,000.
Unl All Hint land containing an area
of ISO acres and situate at Kipahiilu.
Oaliu. Tlio two linger U.ieH in Kipa
liulu and Waialac-iki tiro fenced with
good stone walls aud wire f nehig di
Uvi them from propei ly now In pn
sesMon of 1). P. Isenheig and u-ed for
Also at the same time and place the
I.eae from the Hawaiian Govern
ment, of ll, acres of kinds, known ns
Kipuhi. jeiulv lental 6.220, esplri'
June 21, I8U2. A poition of this land
(: acic-) sublet lo a Chinaman for ilce,
lor tf CO ti year.
Lease from Comniis.-ioner of Crown
Lands, of hinds known as Waiomao anil
Pitkele. tuoa I'll! ucies yearlv loidal
i?."y.", lenc expire- Jan. 1,'lDOL
Lease fiom I). W Pnu.ihi, of 111
acres of hind of Kekio, yearly lenhil
iaoo. A poition of this land under
cultivation of rice, by Chinese who have
piyed iJIOUO a year, the iceeivolr sup
plying most ot' tho water, lease expiies
In July. 11)01.
Lease from H. K. II. l.iliuokalanl.
of hind known as Kaiiuwiion, 211 acres,
yeni ly rental (130, leine esplros hi May,
l.oao from D. XV. Paualil, of land of
Kekio. about ROD iicich, yearly rental
f!2i!0, Iciiho expires Oct., 191.
Lease from Hawaiian Goveriuuent, of
land of Waahlla, lsdaeies, yeailv rent
al $200, lease expires in Aug., lhii'J.
l.easo from Trustees of Uishnp Pstate
of Waahila, 0() aeies. yeaily rental
5?200, lease expires August, 1S9U.
l.e!io from ri. Kuwiil nbd Iiekaul of 2
jiieccs of laud in Waiamnu and Kekio
.'l.-li aci os, yearly renlttl iji'l, leiwu ex
plies In August, 1st)'.).
The lands of Waaltllti -ISO aeies aio
now bringing n rcultil iindcr an ugiee
inenr willi Portiigueso ot SHOO a j'etir.
There me about 8 acres of liiro'tihnon
ripe whldt will lie sold with Iho kind
upon which It Is growing
Tho Income fiom Oranges, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Pasturage have
amounted to about $10(1 a year.
The propei ty above set forth has a
laborer" house, slaughter hmiro aud
other ranch buildings upon them, and 2
AUo nt Iho same ihuo and place, about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cawf, Peven Pair of Wmklng
Oxen, al-o fi Horses, 0 Mures und 2
ColN, Ox Cart, .Saddles and lliUlto,
Yokes, etc , etc.. mid other uteiiRlls nnd
propei ty iir.nl upon a well appointed
RJTTlio Property eau bo inspected at
any time, rorfurtlicrparllcuhir apply
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or, to Ci'.ciLHitowN,
Exeeulor A Tiustco. r.fitl lin
iHft;V it ltimj
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War For full particulars apply to
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lsvoy.
On SATUltDAY, .Inly lOlh,
AT 151 O'CMIUU KUU.V.
I V..III Mil at Pnhlln Auellon, al Old
Custoin Iloue AVIiaif,
One Vaneless Windmill
ill good woikiug older;
1 Wood Frame, 20 ft. mpuue, ull lemly
j Hi. uiuiiiiif;c.
1.V00 ft. 1 4 In. lion Pipe, with 2 Check
A'alves attached ;
Ji XF Iilti 'Jl'oilft'llCW.
L. .!. T.r.vr.v, : : T.Kssr.n.
Ci.iit Piiim.ii's, : Manaiiui:.
IlAiinv 15km,, : Staoi: Diuei'tou.
XV. DnxTl'lt, : : PUOCKUTIKS,
P.. E. MaVIIKW, : MACIUNtsr.
Unbounded Success !
A'isHier Crowded House. Second Week
Tivoli Ciaiely Curt
Tuesday Evening, July itb,
For the llr-t time in Honolulu, the
American Skit in : Acts,
PE0i:JS BAB EOY
fntiofhicing the L-ilest Oper.itlc Selec
tion and populai fad? in
ta Plan for icterved seats for any
ll of Ihe s ii-ou can he seemed at
the oillce of L. J. l.evcy, cor. Foil and
Q'lecn Ht. ' lit) I 'Jl
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J, T. WATERHQUSE,
XTOTIfE is lieiehv given that Tom
J.1 Oo'.v nnd Ah Phtirt have foi ined
a co-aituership under iho linn name
of Tom Gow .t Co., and will carry "u a
dry goods and tailoring hiHlnnss at No,
."15 Nutinnu stie.it, openlngon Tliursday,
July 17, 1 8!Kl (iOllw
Dissolution or Fnrtuorslilp
rpilK Hrm herotoforo doing a earpon
JL teriug anil house building business
hi Honolulu, under the linn name of
"Smith & Mills,1' has this day been ills
solved by mutual consent. ' Tho busi
ness will hoi oaf tor be can led on at the
same place by IV. II. Smith, of the Into
tlrm of .Smith & Mill's.
Honolulu, July 10, 1BQQ, WI2 :i
Restaurant & Boarding House,
AUo, General Merchandise.
Ewa Plantation, ; Honolulu, Kwn.
Travelers by train or Government
road can secure accommodations nod
boatd, Charge reasonable, OO-'lin
E fr&giTHiP&ififYaiTl Nisi I
2-J . - r- ' - hiAfrj.hf.toMHfc .aXfc
ISSUKl) BY TUB
OF FOSW YORK
. itICSSAUU A. Mei;UmY, Picsident.
Having leiuoved our HODA WOKKS lo inoie coimnodioua (juniterp at
ivo. so TPora.T sti: re. H5U2:rj?9
(N'enr the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at tlioit notice, and of piimc quality, nny
of tho following High Class Aerated llevetages:
Sarsnparillii, SaiBaparilla & Iron Water, and .Crab
Using PYelusively the HYATT PHItK WATKR SYSTKr.
"Wilhout n llivnl
One-tbird ha Prica of tlio
,V Saving of '13 Per Cent in Cot
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents: for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
UOtTSK with 7 rooms
mid hath, on the cor
ner of Herelania and Pensa-
cola streets. Cars pa the door. Ap
ply at this oillce. r81 tf
WANTED at ONCE !
the coiner of Foil and Hotel
street1!, suitable for three gentlemen for
hoiHi'kerping. Address -'P. O. Isox
No. 297." fi'.iO tf
lO KENT or LEASE
on Fort stiei't, in the
;Mcfiieriiy l$hiek.' recently
occupied by J. N. S. Williams, suitable
lor oillce or store. For information
apply to ollhv Union Iron Works, Es
planade, or lo
sr.n mi jjs s. williams.
IM1E Two-sloiy Urlek
Itulliliiiif now used us
the oillce of the Hawaiian
Apply at the
(L'd), on King; street.
for an oIIIch or stoie.
TO LET or LEASE
fpiIE Itesiil.'iicii of Mrs. A.
! 1 Loiijt, in Pminn Vallev.
, Apply to
1)1 King Ft., over .1. Nott's store.
NOTICE to JIQJttSEMEN!
fg'he Celebrated Riui-
nlng Stallion "Slie-
U'liiilouli" will stand
1 til -t season nt the
"- Woodlawu Dairy;
tei ins 8.10.
For limber partlcuhlis
apply nt llie Dairy.
FOR SAL 12
-I Q VOLUMES Kncyelopirdia Hrltan
XAj nlea, Moioeco hoiuid, in good
condition, never used. Apply at Tthls
Piano for sale as
V good us new, only
inui'ht a lew
inonius ago. impure ai inc.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
CIO lw Cor. Hotel and Foil Sts.
Planters & Lovers of Good Stock
Just anlved on the 1-tiristcd Fchooner
"Olga," Jil Head of Mules and l-l Head
Genilii Hoises sullable for ladles to
drive. Also, tho netting hoiso ''Cairo."
Brood Mares, Thoroughbred & Road
1 Noi'imiu Stallion,
1 Coach Hlalllon,
Five Head of COWtf-3 Duihains with
Calves II weeks old; 1 .leisoy will
ealvo in (I weeks; 1 Arvshbe Cow,
now milking 5 gallons a day.
Also, Four Road Carte,
(3 rotaluma it 1 Eraser;)
l Pino Top Book-away.
HTFor further particulars apply to
r.0 lw At tho Pantheon Stables.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
in liio & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and Quality the Veiy Beet. &$
A DIVIDEND will bo paid on the
lfith July, to the creditors of II.
M., at, the oillce of Ales. J. Cartwright,
Merchant sheet, opposite Bethel street.
Pleae call early.
Ml lw PER ORDER.
rpilE annual meeting of the Hawaii
JL Connneicial Company will bo held
at my otllce, No. 15 ICaaliuronnu street,
on MON DAY. July 28, 1S90, at 5 o'clock
r. m. ENOCH JOHNSON,
fiQI fit Secretary II. C. Co.
nHE niuiunl meeting of tho stock
L holders of the Wnioliinu Agricul
tural & Grazing Co. will be held at the
oillce. of tho Secretary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30th hist., at 10
o'clock A. M. C. P. 1AUKEA.
001 2w Societal y XV. A. & O. Co.
IL W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Offer for sale to the trade
A Fine Assortment
JCBi?" Specially scleclod for
Con I w
Kx W. . Irwin "
AN INVOICE Or
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Milwaukee ExtraPalc Beer,
Milwaukee Pllicnor rxpjrl Deer,
Wleland's Standard Export Beer,
In cjiiuviH & iMniH.
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