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AVEDNESDAY, JULY G, 1892.
Am buhr Transit, JoruiiEen, from Snn
Am bktue Dlscovciy, MoXulll. fiom San
Schr Liika fioni Koliala
Sclir Kawailani from ICoulau
Nor bk Iliivfiucn. Kvcnpcn, for Ksui-
niiiy's Ilaud en loiue to Falmouth,
Stmr Jas ilakue for Kapaa, Kauai
Sclir Ivawailaui for Koolau
Sclir Slille Moni for Ivoolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am su Pactolus, licndlc, for 1'ort Town
send rftmr I'ele for Makaucli at 12 noon
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Solir Liliolllio l'CObairs sugar.
Salir iille 31ou 10 bags jice.
Sclir Kawailani '.tail bags paddy.
Fiom Sim Fiancisco. per sehr Tiansit,
.July 5 -W W Uiich and 0 Cliiuese.
For Moloka!. per stmr .Mokolll, July
5 Mis Klnau I.ewN, Mi-sE ICane, Mis
.Bertha Meyer, K Duncan, H K Ku))iliea,
',Mis Miuiase and sou, Miss Kaniana.
For Maui, per stmr Clamliue, July 5
Capt C Nelson, V F l'ogue, A Uouk
buru, J h Muiiliead, G V Kauimakaolc,
J Kanlmakuole, T McLaiigliliu, Alex
Atlicitou. K Atherton.
For Kauai, pur stmr Mikahala, July 5
Mis Fl' Hastings, Mis Somers, A L
Jlaitiu, .1 A Ho.ig, G O ilunioe and wife,
G E Fahcliild, Miss Mulntyre, Mis
ilauaike, Jlis Alapai and about i!0 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Sail FiaucUco, Kear-Admiial
Brown, from San Diego
Am bklne 1'lauter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Am sclir Aloha, Johnson, from San
Am bgt Wm G irwln, McCulloch, from
Am sclir Alice Cooke, Fenhallow, from
Am bktne S G Wilder. Urllllllh, fiom San
Brit bk Mimatra from Xewcastle, N S W
Brit bk Veritas fiom Newcastle, X S W
Am bk Ophir, Briifjiiiere, for l'nget
The Ainciiciiii ship I'aetolus is expect -
ed to leave to-morrow for Fort Towu
seiiil iii ballast.
The sieauier 1'cli will leave to-morrow
vit noon for MaUaweli, Kauai, Willi n
cat go of coal.
Tliu schooner Ti illicit commenced dis
charging to-day near the O b S dock.
The Hoyul llnwiilinn Jlilitary Bund
iiiHier the leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a concert this even
ing tit Emma Squui e, at 7:30 o'clock.
The following ib the program :
Maicli The Voluntcei Kupimy
0eitme King's i leiiienant Tit'l
Cavatiim The Mailjis Doni.i'ttl
.Selection M ai ilia Flotow
OluiXaui. Uulu Waimca. J.lhi Kal o
Selection Eriiiinl Vei dl
Uavotte Sof t G nuces Dupi e
Wiilt.-Tlio hourcu Waldteufel
I'olku Jted and Black Uoote
Poitlaiul, Juno 1C J'rivnte ad
vices from Japan say the steamship
l'almus of the Upton lino sailed fiom
Yokohama for this port, via Hono
lulu, Juno lOih. The steamship
AI ascot ill follow Juno SUth and the
Zambesi July iOth. Laigo shipments
of Hour will bo made by those steain
ctb. Chincbo Hour huyeib here, who
ship all the Hour sent to China, held
a meeting lately and agreed they
would not ship one taclc of Hour or a
single passenger by the new line'SW
steamer fiom Taconia. This is in
retaliation for driving out Chinese
from that city a few years ago.
Tiik band will give a moonlight
conceit at Thomas tqiiaio this evening,
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
.Tunic Kenton of Koliala is in,
Diamoxd IIkau, X p. in Weather
clear; wind, fiesli norilieast
Till? Knliiluni boat club will moot
at lloiiuiikaltu tlii evening.
J. .1. Williams iiiititlmiizi'd to solicit
'ub'tuiptiium fur tlio Hawaiian Bureau
of Infoi million.
A Iiattalio.v of niaiiiics mid blilii
jiickuis was l.inileil this iiioiniug for
ill ill on the plain.
Tim lire I'Dinpiiiiics nicei llii-( ovon
ing. The pcimiinl it Hying from
Kugiuu Co. No l's llaupnlc.
Tub ioviiI ball to the LcgUlattire
will tuku place to-nmirnw evening at
lulani I'lilace u S 'M .'clock.
Wm. Cunninuuam is spoken of by
the leading sporting papers of Amer
ica as possessing the ilucsldog kennel
in the Hawaiian Iolumls.
A Chinaman numed Yeo Moo was
arrested yesterday for violating the
gaining laws, in playing die fa. AIoo
will be tried on Monday next.
Tub copy of our reporter's account
of the legislative committees' vNit to
Molokai has been mislaid and its
publication coiifcquently defencd.
Jimmy Bakuinoton, tlic lightweight
champion boxer of the Hawaiian In
lands, .bus gone into training in Sun
Francisco for a "go" with all comers
in his class.
A i.hask of tlio Government, laud
lying between Hanakapiai and Ka
lalau, Kauai, will be sold at unction
to-morrow noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolaui Hale.
Tiik sale of a sliip of Government'
laud at Kalua, Hamakua, Hawaii,
took place at noon to-day. The land
was purchased by the l'aauhau Plun
lution Co. for $4b0.
A xnw power picas for punting the
Daily IJui.i.ktin lias been set up in
the new building on Muicliiint street
by Mr. llobeit More, foreman of the
Pacific Iron Woiko.
The household furnituie of A. K.
Weir, at No. 2 Kukui lane, will be
sold at auction by Jas. F. Morgan to
nionow at 10 o'clock. A good chance
to secure furnishings.
Bi.UKiAOKirrd fiom II. B. M. S
Champion may be seen daily taking
in the bights in reckless horseback
riding. One of them took a tumble
yesteiday on King street.
His Excellency J. L. Stevens, Unit
ed States Minister, paid an oliicial
vihit to the Biitish cruiser Champion
this morning, receiving the usual sa
lute on leaving the vessel.
A Japanese with the euphonious
appellation of George de la Krutes
was arretted yesterday for keeping a
bawdy house." This morning he was
discharged for non-Miiiieient evidence.
Oveu five hundied pounds of new
type arrived on the schooner Transit
yesterday for Daily Bulletin Pun
limiing Company. This is the com
pletion of a new news, book and job
In two items yesterday, Frank and
Joe- Ferreira had their names trans
posed. Frank is tlio famous run
away catcher and was never charged
with a more serious offense than
Governor of Oaliu,
iV S. Cleghorn,
attended by an
aide, and Major the Hon. Jas. W.
Robertson, Her Majesty's Chamber
lain, attended the fourth of July re
ception at the United States Lega
tion. Jose Fkhueiiia was brought up in
the Police Court for sentence on a
charge of assault and battery com
mitted in June, this morning. Judg
ment was suspended from Juno 115.
At request of defendant's counsel
another suspension was hud until to
moriow. St. Louis Coli.eou celebrated the
Fourth in good stylo The boys had
a picnic in cliaige of Father Leonor
and six Brothers. There was a dis
play of riieworks in the evening.
Motis. Vi.avona, acting French
Commissioner, was present at the
Tin: six Chinamen who were
bioueht back on the schooner Tian-
sit yesterday after an uimicccbbful
attempt at being smuggled into San
Francisco, are still on boaid, not being
allowed to land. It is probable that
tho Celestials will bo unested tor
leaving tho country without a pasb
His Excellency John L. Stevens,
United States Ministei, had audience
of the Queen this morning, present
ing Captain John Ciittonden Watson,
tho new Commander of tho San
Fiancisco, and Lieutenant Geoigo L.
Dyer, flag lieutenant of the Pacific
Squadiou. The Boyal hand was in
The Maui coriespondent of tho
Advertiser gives at iiiivh tho old talk
ah itit Father Gulstan's probable ap
pointment to bticeeed tho late Bishop
Hermann. Nobody knows anything
about it. Tho election would proba
bly have been made not earlier than
June 2IS, when the Cardinals wore to
meet at ltomo after vacation.
ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
Henry Ernest Cooper of tho Ab
stract Company was this afternoon
admitted as a member of the bar of
the Supreme and other courts of the
Kingdom, He was admitted on ccr
MHcalcs from other courts, viz., from
the bar of the Supremo Court of
Massachusetts, dated November 15,
187D j from thu bar of tho Supreme
Court of California, dated August ii,
1881 ; from tho bar of the Circuit
Court of tho United States, dated
August o, 1881. Tho petitioner made
piofert of his letters of denization
mid he took the oath to suppott the
Constitution, cto , and was furnished
a license to practice on payment of
the usual fee of ten dollars.
' THlRTr-SECOND DAY.
Wednesday, July 0, 1892.
The Assembly convened at 10
o'clock, President Walker in the
chair. Prayer by the Clnphiin.
Minnies of previous meeting were
read ami uppioved.
Noble Williams from the Piintum
Committee reported a tiitmlit r of
hi IN punted and leadv for disliiliil
Noble Marsdon from the Commit
tee on Rules prceuted the following
"Your Committee on Rule9 re
spectfully report that lecent experi
ence has shown the necessity of re
stricting debate upon matters before
the House, in such a manner that no
one member against the wishes of the
majority can hold the lloor indelin
"Your Committee therefore re
spectfully recommend the adoption
of the following as a Rule of this
House to be numbered 9f:
"Rule 95 No member of this
House, unloss by consent of a maj
ority of the House, shall speak longer
than ten minutes (exclusive of the
time consumed in the translation of
his remaiks) at any one lime or upon
any one motion, amendment or other
matter boforo the House." Signed
by all of the Committee.
Debate on this report commenced
atjj 10:20, and the subject was pro
perly discussed by Nobles Marsden
and Young, who were in favor of the
adoption of the repoit.
Rep. Nawahi was opposed to the
report, and in the course of his ro
matks foreshadowed the impending
fate of the bill providing liens for
those who pasture, feed, or shelter
animals, also the bill to authorize
corporations, etc., to erect buildings
for the storage of iuUamtnable oils;
the Hawaiian members would attend
to those bills; their fate was scaled.
The speaker also hinted at a united
opposition to tho subsidy for the
Oceanic Steamship Co. in revenge
for the opposition shown by foreign
ers to the llawaiians in the House.
Noble Thurston said that he ob
jected to the manner in which the
previous speaker had attempted to
draw a color line. It was a mis
chievous attempt and was wrong to
introduce such ideas. It was time
that notice bo taken of these attempts
to stir up race prejudices and the in-
liouucers should be sat down on.
Nou-arguuienlativc speeches were
continued until 11 :20, just one hour
having been used up in "out of
order" talk, when Noble Walbridge
moved the previous question ; car
tied, and the main question was put
on the motion to indefinitely post
pone te report of the committee.
Lost by an aye and nay vote of 3IJ
noes to )1 ayes. The amendment
offered by Rep. Kamauoha that the
"speeches of members be limited to
half an hour including translation"
was voted on, aye and nay, and
pased as follows :
Ayes Ministers Parker, Wide
mann, Spencer, Whiting; Nobles
Berger, Manfarlanc, Pua, Peterson,
Neumann, Kauhanc, Homer, Hoa
pili, Marsden, Coruwell, Dreicr;
Reps. Bipikane, Aki, R. W. Wilcox,
Nawahi, Koahou, Kaunaniano, Ka
mauoha, Waipuilani, Kapahu, While,
Kaneahi, Edmonds, loscpa, Akiua
Noes Nobles Eua, Cummins, Wil
liams, Hind, Young, Baldwin, Hor
ner, Walbridge, Anderson, Thurs
ton, G. N. Wilcox, Kanoa; Reps.
Wilder, Kauhi, Bush, Naliinu, Ka
luna, Smith, A. S. Wilcox 19.
Absent Ashfoid, S. K. Pua.
Noble Peterson from the select
committee on Police and Prisons re
ported on bill No. 1 relating to "an
Act to provide tor and regulate the
internal police of the Kingdom."
The committee recommend that the
bill be amended by striking out the
words "deputy sheriffs" and insert
ing after the word "Marshal" 'the
words "deputy marshals," and with
this amendment the committee re
commend that the bill pass. Tabled
for consideration with the bill.
Noble Thurston from Committee
on Public Lands reported on a p li-
lion asking for the appropriation of
820,000 for the erection of a di ep
water wharf at Uilo, and say that
they are of opinion that a deep wntcr
wharf at Hilo is one of the mo,t
needed public improvements in the
country. Hie committee recom
mend that the amount he placed in
the Appropriation Bill, and that the
Minister of Interior be requested by
the House to execute this item among
the first public improvements carried
out during this peiiod. Tallied for
consideration with tho Appropriation
Noble J. M. Horner from the
Committee of Ways and Means stated
having interviewed the Attorney
General and the Marshal of the King
dom, and reported on their depart
ments as follows:
While the Marshal declined to
make any reductions in his estimate
as presented in the Appropriation
Bill, giving as a reason therefor that
it would seriously impair tho elllci
ency of his department, your com
mittee, after carefully considering
the various items, recommend the
following changcs'be made;
Salary Deputy Attorney General
from $7000 lo 80000.
Salary Marshal from 87000 to
Salary First Cleik to Marshal
Salary Second Clerk to Marbhal
Salary Sheriff of Hawaii from
85500 to 85000.
Snlary Sheriff of Maui fiom 8JO0O
. Salary Sheriff of Knual from 84000
Salary Clerk Sheriff of Hawaii
Salary Cleik Sheriff of Mnui from
81800 to S1200.
Salary Cleik Shetiff of Kauoi from
SGUO to 8300.
Pay of Police Hawaii fiom 800,
000 to 851,720.
Pay of I'oiice Maul from S 10,000
Pay ol Police of Oaliu from 8100,
000 to 87;),-! 10.
Pay of Police Kauai from 821,500
ha arc Cleik, Translator and Copy
ist Iroui S2I00 U i S200U.
The couiiiiitleo lecommciid new
items lie insetted in the Bill, all of
ihein so far hav.i.g been paid out of
pay of "Police ol O.iiiu."
The committee say in conclusion
that should the recommendations be
adopted by the House there will be a
saving of 29,240 during the period
in Sectiou 1 not to say anything of
They submit an estimated monthly
pay roll of police for the city of Hon
olulu as follows :
Three captains of police at 875
each ; !i lieutenants of police at 800
each; 3 watches, 15 men each Tir 15
men, at 810 each ; 2 civil otllceis at
875 each ; 1 olllcer armorer ami mit
igate at S!15 ; 1 Supreme Court olllcer
.itS!!5; 1 Poituguese otlicer at 850 ;
1 Chinese olllcer at 850 and 1 Japa
nose olllcer at S40.
Noble Neumann got the tloor and
said that the members had lost their
lunch yesterday in a sort of desultory
mauner and he did not propose that
that should happen again to-day ; he
would move a recess until
Rep. Smith (interrupting) said
that the Molokai Committee would
have a meeting after the afternoon
Noble Thurston gave 'notice of a
meeting of the Committee on the
Oceanic S. S. Subsidy, and said that
Messrs. Irwin and Hackfcld would
meet the committee.
Noble Macfarlane from the Com
mittee on Foicign Relations offered
a report relative to the preservation
of the archives of the kingdom, but
desired on account of its length
that it be printed. On inolion the
report was ordered to be printed.
Rep. Ashford read for the first
time bills, (1) Respecting the adver
tising of notices of piobale and other
judicial matters. (2) To confer
greater power on the leprescntalives
of the Fire Diparluient regarding the
disposition of funds of the Depail
inent. (.'J) To abolish the oflice of
Minister Whiting read first time
bills, (1) Relative to bicycles and
other vehicles carrying lights. (2)
NoGle J. M. Horner read for the
first time bills, (1) To authorize a
National Loan. (2) To abolish the
olli"e of tux assessor.
Clerk McCarthy read answers from
tho Attorney-General lo questions of
Rep. Iosepa as follows:
1. Deputy sheriffs who have li
cense to practice law have right lo
conduct civil cases.
2. Cannot and do not interfere
with their private business, but in
Government civil cases I make use
Rep. Kapahu by kindness of Noble
Neumann obtained the lloor and then
forgot what to say.
Noble Marsden ot 12 moved reees's
until 1 :.10 p. in. Carried.
Afternoon HchhI hi.
The Assembly reconvened at 1 :.'(0
and without delay the Order of the
Day was moved, bringing up for
consideration the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Robert W. Wilcox was appoint
ed as chairman, the House having re
solved into Committee of the Whole,
and ta..en up items under the head
of "Bureau of Customs," passing
following at the sums set:
Salary Port Surveyor, Honolulu,
8UG00, as in the bill.
Salary Storekeeper, S1000 from
Salary Assistant Storekeeper, 82000
Sirlaiy First Statistical Clerk,
S.'IOOO from 8M00.
Salafy Second Statistical Clerk,
82100 lrom 81)000.
Salary Third Statistical Clerk,
82 100 from 8II0OO.
Salary Fourth Statistical Clerk,
Salary Book-keeper, &U00O from
Salary Collector Kahului, U000
Salary Collector Hilo, $3000 from
Salary Collector Mahukona, defer
red. The four items following relative
to the salaries of collectors at the
ports of Kawaihao, Luhaiuu, Koloa
and Kealuktkua were stricken out.
Salary Poit Surveyor Kahului
82000 from 82 100.
Salary Port Surveyor, Hilo, 82000
Salary Keeper Kerosene Ware
house, 82000, deferred.
Assistants in Bonded Warehouse,
83221 from 85000.
Assistant Guards, Honolulu, 811,
520 from 14, 880.
Assistant Guards all oilier ports,
80000 from 810,000.
Customs Boat 82000 was re-referred
to the CoJimitteo on Ways
Incidentals Custom House, $1000
At 3:3fc on umtion the Committee
roio, the Chairman reported the pio
gress made buck lo tho Assembly
and thu report was approved.
At 3:40 the Assembly adjourned.
Di;i.ii'Hrs cuiieo and chocolate will
be Mivcd eviiy looming e.uly at tho
1'al.ico lie Cicain P.uloib, Ludwighon,
& Clou, llolel sticci. I-ti
A NtCKLY furnifhod cottage a J Ma-
kiki i to let.
i ' t
C. J, McCaiuiiy has luia on LHihu
Stieot fol Mile. o-tf
L. J. Lr.VEY lias two auction salts
adveiti-cd for to-moriow.
An mi fiinMiig ue (sill-umber Skn
'Ionic. lit'iiMiii, Smith it Co., Agent .
m mm us i'li(-M'd at once by Cu
nt, i i linn. iSensun, Smith tt ( 'o.,
U" hi- 1-lf
'1 Hi: Ilinnrwlck biflinid pal lois ill e
ill'' inoi ell-caul pleasiue lesmt m
"Wiiuuk .-hull I ei- you litis cveu
mu? ' "lib, mine old place, the
A iioYai. iindieuce in t'aptuiu Wai
on, ilu in w- comiiinndei of the San
Piiiiuifin, ! officially announced in
Mr. L.J. I.ev v will tell a bank
rupt Mock at 10 o'clock to-moriow,
ami at noon hay and bian for account
of whom it may concern.
Diilssmaki.no, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaianteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Ben
tauiii slieet, or Mutual telephone 090,
before 8 a. in. or 5:30 p. in, S-JIni
1)K. I.cLknnan has n moved to
Alakea stieet, opposite thcY.M.C.
A. hall, premise lately occupied by
Doctoi Lilt. Ullice bom-, 9 to 12,
2 to 4 and evenings 0 to 7. Suiid i :
lOtol Bill I'llephoni", 197, Mutual.
(582 2-t f
Miss Mauy Lyi.i:, lately liook-keepi'i
with Egiin it Giinn, K . -ep.ni-d t'-- Mo
hlciiDgi.iplung ami type-writing ai
inoileiale latcs. Graduate of llr.ihl
Business College, San Fi.nu i-eo
Ollice with C. J McCaithy, 35 .Mu
ch, int stirel. 2-lin
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Airenls.
HOT WATER BAGS.
THE ellicacy of hot water in inllain
matory conditions can hardly lie
ovenaled. To a limited extent its
value has long been known. Our
grandmothers made use of woolen
clotlib dipped in hot water as a sub
stitute for hot-water bags. At present
the worth of this icmeily in almost all
forms of pain is generally recognied
by the medical piofess'ou.
Hot cloths, however, are not con
venient of application; aie apt to wet
tho clothe-, and they ,-oon cool and
rcquiie repeated dipping. The rubber
bag is in every respect superior. Once
brought to the proper temperature,
the heat is long retained; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quails.
Every hou-ehold should hae one
at least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Coi-im-1- Foi'l t Ivllltr f-t ll'Clh.
Quantities to Suit!
- FOR SALIC BY"
H. HACKFELD & CO.
415 J 2w
IN 4 rV i. O 10 .
MIL J. .1. WILLIAMS is boieby
authorized lo Solicit Subscrip
tions to establish thu Hawaiian Bo
iiiiah or Lsion.MATioN in aceoidauce
with the Prospectus heretofoio issued.
KILAUKA VOLCANO HOUSIC CO.,
By L. A. Thurbton, Seo'y.
1 N 1' E It-1 S L A N 1) S'l E A M N A V 1 G A -TION
By J. Una.
WILD UK'S STEAMSHIP CO.,
By Win'. C. Wilder.
Honolulu, July 0, 1892. 1111-21
V TO IjKT
iV l X1 U'KLY Furnished Cottage
.iSM rV at Makiki ue.li Iteieia
ISSSsir llla-sticet car. Kent IU.0U.
Apply thin oillcn.
'()TI "K is heieby lveu that tliu
JV iiiulersllied will not be ici-ponsl-ble
for any debto Inclined without bin
A. Ii. NAON1L
llonohihi, .lime -'.'), 1SI-J. .ii; 'Jw
i hl'KLNOFIKLl) IlO-Llxltt Gas Ma
i chine In couiplele woiMiil' oidei
and t;iiai.iiileed. Will lie sold upon
favoiahlu tuiuid to the pinch.ifcr. also
a few ilaudftome I'lMines. Appl to
II'JU tf KlniC slieet.
1 culiiiuiiB of Inteic.tiii'' readliiK
I inatteis, Mailed to (orciKu eoiintrlee,
I $5; Islands 81.
" l"r55Ss - Ji i 2.
HAWAIIAN HARD WAKE CO,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcekels' Bank, Honolulu.
1 isE?:.i;s:tr.taa V7Bn rawwv
ifc-A.rf -j V,tfc W- r-zx
The lir.t requisite is- a good plate. There MAY be other
brand as. good a the ScEO PLATE, but if so,
we have failed to find them.
t Full ana" Fresh Supply on UinU ari For Sale Jf
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IS ort St root.
104 Fort btresc, Honolulu.
uhoice Millinery !
WE ILiVVK THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
ar FOR I WEEK ONLY -t
CmiDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS
E FWICBMAM Dssirable" Residences
I- -liowlii" a beauiifiil line of
In the pierced svoik now so popu- l
lar and at pi lees which you will
For Such High Gtade Goods
H. F. WICHMA3
gen. . IJ'OK a Icilll of vein.-, tile
'1rl.W l l'iop.'ii hi'lonjiiiiK to
zmffrJiii tin. r.-i.iii nf i'Iiii. i.im.r. ilu.
- . ... .- ....- ... . ..... ......, ....
ceased, nlliiuti'd 111 M iiin.i Vail. v mill i
for tliu part in veain Inula;; been uccu-
i liied lie A. A. Molitilliii 'I'heie are tun
pleech; the llii ciiiifUlin of a La "ii
Pa Idoclk on the WatMM side ot iliu
uppei Maiio.i ro'id and siillahln forri.w
ilU aluio-t aiithliiic, llie second oil the
Kwa side of tin-upper Manna toad, bu
hi a Laige Paddock hiihable for p.it
tillage, toi-ilier witli all the Itiiildtnn
theieon. Pi)5M'F,hni e;lven at once. Pur
p.ullciilars applv to .
F. A. h IIAEFIIH.
Or J. F. Coi.iiuu.n. -t'lO h
r& nilVAI. PKUMISES, :il
trAjt Horot.iuh oticr, ojiiio
asSiK3i she Foit-stieet Clituch. Ap
ply to JC. I. LILLIri.
HKJ! If l Then. II. Dni'lei ,V, I'o.
t 'pWO Meely FurnMiud
Cm 1 itooni-ceiiliitlly lniMttd
Lniiiiio liut.i.u-N Ollice.
Timo makes many changes
and it's about timo some
changes should be made in
your dinner set. The n-w
designs in, HAVELAD
which we show U tho 1"st
(haii,.;- you can make.
2uw Goods ex "YV. i.
Irwin" now oil exhibition tind
fur sale. Prices much lower
V'VVN TIJ VAJI til?. V1T Wft
"" - II IUU WIUU IU
M A. K 10
to. . p r (ffc ia n i ai Oj.
e Jr 1 itf W H 1 at LI SSi "
: : : Honolulu .5 I.
LAl'EST STYLES IN
& Toques I
ri'c t-icr :
COTTAOE on Kiiiina -tiret. lately oc
cupied by .Mr. Mci'mthy. Kent ?ao
per mouth and water rate.
COTTAGH on Kin;,' stieet, Kewalo,
lately occupied by Mr. Claicucn
Ciabbe. Kent S'.'.j per iiionih and
waiiT nite. -HJI Ini
FO It SA LE I
llAVi: l-oiii 1 ino HttMdence bite,
I situated on 1 llkoi stieet, for sale.
The Lots ha0 a fiuiilacu of ill feet on
Piik.nl stieet and niu '.'00 feet deep, aio
nicely laid out lu fruit and nlude Inv
alid ale all coeied with l.i-s; watei
laid on tliiouhuiit. Tiie situation of
ihoi-u Lot.- and the limited imiuhei make
it ncces-aiy that liiteiidiu puieliusei-K
.should uuike eaiiy appliealiuu to tliu
iiiidemlKiied, fiom wlioui all p irlLulars
can ho liud. .IAS. F. MOKOAN.
E. J. MORGAN,
0AHPENTEI1 ft & BUILDER.
Jobbing irouiplly attended to.
B4 Weretania Si. "iBniHf Bell Tolo. 280.
1JOSTAL .Saving hank Pa.g Hook
I Xo 7:isl h.i b en lo-i, and payment-
on it have buen stopped. Fludet
will plea?e leturii lo tho Postal hiiviusrn
Haul; Wl :if
LI. 'peuon- ImvIiik claim- a;,iint
nut will nleau fund lu llielr bills
buloiu July lotn tiir pjyuiein. Aline-
counts dun me must be paid before that
date, as 1 Intend le.ivlnir tliu Kingdom.
A. K. WKIH.
Honolulu, .Inly 1, lb'.L'. 4U1 lu-
Picture Frames inntle r
order from laloHt I'yloa tl
mouldings, lienovutioii ol
oiil nle-iiit'ox a HtMM'.lahv nl,
Kjitg lirusti II tl Htroot.