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Arrivo Pearl City 5:iiS
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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892.
Schr Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
Am sli I'actolus, Beadle, for Port Town-
Sunr Pele for Makaweli at l'J noon
Schr Sarali and Eli.a foi ICoolau
Schr Llholiho for Wahnea, Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kiiiau, for Maui and Hawaii, at 2
' F0REICN VESSELS IN PORT.
(J S S San Kianciseo, Kear-Admtial
Brown, from San Diesjo
Am bktno Planter, Dow. fiom San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from San
Am be;t AVin G Irwin, MeCiilloeh, fiom
Am schr Alice Cooke, l'cnliullow, from
Am bktno S G Wilder. UiilUith, from San
JJrit bk Sumatra from Xewca'-tle, N S W
Brit bk Veiitas from Newcastle, X S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliel, Mori, from Japan
U S S Boston, from San Fraucis-co, July
U L S S Pahnas, duo
Am bk Matilda, from Newcastle, N S W.
Am bktne SN Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bktno Wiestler, Beiman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, fiom Liverpool, Juno
Haw ship Ifelen Uiewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Nor fill Moiuing Lle;ht, Johaiireu, from
Am bk Maigaret from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Oil eta fiom Newcastle, N S W
Tjie steamer IUnau after undergoing
a general ovei hauling on the Marine
Hallway has been ioweied again and is
now lying at her accustomed dock. The
Kijiim will leave on her lcgular route
'I ie f-chooner Lilioliho sailed shortly
after noon to-day for Waimea, Kauai,
with a load of coal.
Tio Biitish bark Veiitas discharg
ing at tbo foot of Fort Htreet will liave
iili her coal out in a day or two.
C. J. McOakthy has lots on Lilihu
gtrer't, for bale. ' 3-tf
Ai-Tiin shaving iibo Uiioumber Skin
'Ionic, lleiibuu, Smith & Co., Agent.
Kt'iiiiuuN loliovi'd ut onco by Cu
oiiiulier Tonic. ISeiibon, Smith & Co.,
Tin: Diuimwiuk billiaxl pailois are
the most elegant plcagiuo report in
" iii:m: bluill I bee you this even
ing?" "Oil, biiiiiu old place, tho
Dkijcioiih coiieo .mil chocolato will
bo unveil every nioniiug en i ly ut the
I'alnco Ico Cii'iun l'ailoib, Luthvigf-en,
it Cioii. Hold Hlii'iM. 1-tf
HoiuiON, Newiiuin & Co. liuvu a
clnmgu of iulvortibenieiit in lo-tlny'u
issue, letting forth tho (iiialilicB of
their flavored and iced diiukb.
DuiiSKMAKiNO, Cutting anil Fitting
done at ladies' lioiibcs, Perfect lit
guurimtml. MJSH WOLF, JJl Jk'jo
tauiu street, or jMutual Ibjephouu (i'JO,
hcfoio u, pi. or 5:3P p. in, -;iii
1)h, LoLi:nnan Iuih rciuovi'd to
Aliikt'tt street, opjiosito tlioY. M.O,
A. hull, jireiuiteb lately occupieil hy
JJoulor Lulit. Ojlico liouis, It to lg,
2 to 4 and evenings (1 to 7. Siiuilavu;
10 to 1. Bi'inVlopliouo, 197, Mutual,
Mib's Mauy Lyli:, lately book-keopur
with lCgan it (Jiinn, is 4"-opaieil t lo
bteiiogiaiiliing iind tyjie-wiiting at
niodeiato rales. (Jnulunto of Heald's
liusiiH'bb College, Kan Francibco,
Ollho with O. J. McCaithy, 9.r) Mur
I'Vuit btixcl. 2-lm
LUGAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamonii UkaI), !I p. in. Weather
clear; wind, light northeast.
Quekn street below Fort is receiv
ing attention from the ltond Super
visor. A private parly of ladies anil gen
tlo men won J. down to Ewn on tho
railway yesterday ovening.
i I. i
Tun royal hall lo member of the
Legislature will take placo this oven
ing nt lolani Palace at 8:110 o'clock.
Tub Legislative hall was well pat
roimcd this morning, includ- d in
intti'ested spuctiitors being two ladies.
A mi:ltino of tlie Catholic Lulie'
Bonevolcul Society will be held ut the
Consent on Fiiday, July 8, at '( ii. in.
Tin: moonlight conceit nt Thomas
Sqiiaiol.is' evening was largely at
tended and highly enjoyed. What
would wo do without the bund?
Tiieku is no use talking about
yacht recoriK ollicial or otherwise.
There's none can heat the las-s from
"Aulil Scotia," the Bonnie Duiulee.
Thk regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department, will take
place ut tho Boll Tower this evening.
Tin: President of the Legislature
has appointul the following select
committen on Uop. White's "pakupio"
bill: Bops. Kamuiiohu and White,
and Nobles Coin well, Williams and
Tin: sale of ho lease of Government
lands ut ICauai look place to-day.
11 was purchased by Mr. W. Kin
ney at $55 per annum. Tho louse is
for twenty-live years and tho upset
price was $20.
Jin, HrrciiFinLii, formerly mute of
tho Moining Star, has arrunged a
trading expedition to Micronesia, and
expects to leave Honolulu for tho Gil
bert Islands about July 15. This is
an opportunity to send letters or
packages to friends in that part of tho
Pacific, such us does not often occur.
The Imperial Commissioner of the
Gorman Protectorate in the Man-hull
Islands, has answered the request of
the Hawaiian Board, sent last Novem
ber to the German Government, to
the effect that permission is gr.m ed
for the missionary vessel Moining
Slur to visit islunds in Micronesia
without first being required to report
D. K. Eli, lately employed by Hus
taco & Co., draymen, has been ar
rested for tho embe..lemcnt of $20 75,
the property of his late employers.
The company kindly offered induce
ments and time in which to make
good the theft, but u month elapsed
and Eli had not made a move. The
trial has been postponed until Wed
The Y. M. C. A. Review bus been
added to tho list of Honolulu's period
icals. It has an artistic cover, benr
ing a view of the Y. M. C. A. building,
and one of Diamond Head, a pulm
grove und symbolic representations.
Tho Review is u quarterly, edited by
H. W. Peck, M. A., General Secretary,
with C. B Itipley and W. A. Bowen
The little son of a native sulesmuu
employed ut J. T. Waterhouse's No.
10 store on Fort stieet fell from a
mango tree on Emma street, lacerat
ing his lower lip und completely
severing part of it. Dr. McLonnun
wus culled in und attended to the in
juries of tho lud, und ut latest ac
counts the hid wus resting easily, ul
though suffeiing great pain.
Bishop Mallalieu, of the M. E.
Church of tho United States, was a
through p.isbenger on the steamer
Gaelic. He is making a tour of tho
M. E. .Missions in Japan, China, In
dia and Europe. Ho had an inter
view with members of the Japanese
Church here, und afterward took a
ride around tho city, expressing great
delight at tho liveliness of the sur
roundings, and the capabilities for
future greatness, as tho commerce of
the Pacific develops.
Tin: Japanese colony turned out in
large numlicrs this morning ut Queen
Emma Hull to attend the funeral of
Mrs, K iwusuki. She wus one of those
bup tiieri in the Central Union Church
nud hers is the fust death in the
Jnpuneso Church. The services were
conducted as is customary in our
Christian churches. The colli n was
decked with llowers and tho pull
beurors wore crape on tho k'ft arm.
Rev. T. Sunamoto, the pastor, con
ducted tho sorviccs.
Jo.sk Forroiru, on conviction of as
suult und battery, wus sentenced to
pay a lino of $50 ami costH in the
Police Com I this morning; und
"inulur Section 8, Chapter -17 of the
Penal Code, was ordered to give a
bond of $100 with ono good ninety,
that ho will commit no offense against
tho person or property of anyone on
the Island of Oahu, for ono year from
this duto." Tho Portuguese colony
crowded tho Courtroom to hear tho
bontonco of tho terror of tho colony.
Woitu bus uomo from Dot-Ion that
tho A. B. 0. F. M. will appoint and
support ut least ono associuto with
Dr. Hyde in the woik of tho North
Paoitio Missionary Institute. Tho
Prudential Committee havo also voted
to appropriate $5000 lor a vessel with
u gasoline engine for Rev. A. 0.
Walkup lo do his touting among tho
Gilbert Iblands. Tho hull of the vest-el
has boon designed by Mr. Hugo
Frear, and pioposuls to build tho ves
sel, according lo specifications fur
nihhed, have been sent on to Boston
Tjie Pontrul Union Cluiroh ut their
meeting his ovening, uftor having
considered the (tiestiou for several
weektf, adopted liy u rising vote tho
report of tho special committee, re
commending Unit Nov. II. Fny Mills
bo invited to i-oiiio to Honolulu to
conduct a special campaign of evan
gelistic effort. The work in Tucoiuu
and in Lou Angeles has been as re
nin! knblo in its way as tho beasona
hold in Cincinnati, where 0000 people
wuin added to Mho churches. Mr.
MilU is nt pri'bcntungaged to take up
woik next in Oakland, hut will bo at
liberty to como to Honolulu in September.
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TnuitsiuY. July 7, 1892.
The Assembly convened promptly
at 10 o'clock. Prayer by the Chap
lain ntul rending of minutes by the
Clerk mid Interpreter. Minutes ap
proved us read.
Rep. ICaiuuiioha immediately moved
the Order of the Day.
Rep. White moved that the House
proceed with the Unllnished Busi
ness. Curried and the bill, on which
the mover hud occupied the llonr on
a previous day for over four hours,
viz., No, 50, relating to the licensing
of "puka pio," a gntubling game,
was brought up for continued con
sideration. Noble Neumann withdrew a motion
made by him to indefinitely postpone
the bill and moved instead that it be
referred to a committee having
aimilar bills under consideration.
On motion the bill was referred to
a Select Committee.
Third reading Bill No. 52,"Giving
liens to persons who pasture, feed or
shelter animals." After some little
discussion the bill passed its third
On motion of Minister Whiting,
Bill No. 88, "l elating to preparation
of jury lists and drawing of juiors."
was taken from tho regular order
and brought before the AS'Mnhly.
On motion the Bill wus referred to
the Judiciaiy Committee.
Bill 21 A, lo amend Section 1119
of the Civil Code relative to contract
laborers, was read for the secoud
time. The report of the Judiciary
Committee recommending certain
amendments was read. After a dis
cussion which touched upon other
bills upon the same subject a motion
was made that the Assembly take
recess until 1 :.'J0.
Minister Parker stated the Privy
Council would have a meeting and
therefore, as a number of the mem
bers of the Assembly were members
of the Privy Council, he would move
a recess until 2 o'clock. Carried,
and at 12 tho Assembly took recess.
The Assembly convened at 2 p. in.
and consideration of Bills on second
reading was taken up as follcws:
On motion of Rep. Kamuuoha the
Bills 21a, 21 and 49 were referred to
the Labor Committee.
Bill No. 32, "U amend Section 57
of the Civil Code by inserting certain
words." Read a second time and
then withdrawn by the introducer
Bill No. 57. To provide for the
appointment of one police justice and
two district judges in the district of
llilo and that the suid district be
made into three separate judicial
districts. Read and referred to the
Bill No. 58. "Authorizing the
Minister of Interior to grant retail
licenses for the sale of beers and
wines." Read and referred lo the
Bill 59, to provide for the- re-codification
and revision, or compilation
of the penal laws of the Kingdom.
Refened lo Judiciaiy Committee.
Bill No. GO, to abolish the ollice of
HOOK AND LADDER.
There was a large meeting of the
Hook mid Ladder Co., II. V. D., at
its hall, Bell Tower, yesterday even
ing. A green meeting Hug, with an
orange "M" in the middle, was dis
played on the foreman's desk. This
Hibernian-looking symbol was select
ed by the foreman, when the Depart
ment voted a new Hag to the com
pany. The meeting passed an
amendment to the company's laws
making honorary members" exempt
from paying dues. A drill was up
pointed, for Saturday the 30th inst.
Foreman G. K. Norton announced
there would be a social next "read
ing night," Wednesday after next.
Attention was given to a list of
delinquents, one being "fired" for
not heeding Secretary G. M. Rose's
notice, the others all given mure
time on the stiength of promises by
some und the reported sickness of
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.
Henry K. Poor appeared for preli
minary examination on live charges
of embezzlement in the Police Court
this moining. Three charges are for
$2500 each and one for 81000, the
property of the Hawaiian Govern
ment ; while the fifth is for 82500,
the property of V. V. Ashford.
Defendant naived examination and
was committed for trial at the Su
preme Court. He was lo be admit
ted to bail to-day. It is reported
that negotiations are in progicss
which will icsult in the withdrawal
of the charges. Mr. Peterson and
Mr. Ilurtwell uppcired for defend
ant. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
41 the regular meeting of Mystic
Lodge, K. of P., held yesterday
evening, tho following officer were
installed by Deputy Suprenip Clun
cellor David Dayton
P. 0. J. 0. Rothwell,
C. C. J. i Kckhurdt.
V.C.- H. O. Bitirt.
P. Geo. Denison.
1C. of R and S. A, V. Gear. '
M. of l' J. II. Schnuck.
M. of Kx.F. N. Haley.
M. of A. V, Btirwick.
I. G. I, A. Burget, P. C.
O. G. T. W. Carroll.
rPHE OLDEST DAILY In the
J. Kingdom The Dally Bulletin.
A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.
Wllil I'minwny With Twn limHt-H on
What might have been n serious
aceid"iit happened yesteiday after
noon shortly after 5 o'clock. Mrs.
M Silvelra and a girl wvri' drivinti
out King street in n top buggv when,
near the Cnslle residence, tin- horse,
which wa a kitiih one, uol fr'ght
cned al either u lumbering wigou or
a baby cm tinge: on the sidewalk, it
is tint di finite! known which. The
horse reared, running on the side
w ilk, nnd both Indies look hold of
the reins. .Mrs. Silveiia brought
the whip down on the horse's back
wilh lorce ami then turned the ani
mal mound and smiled. The
horse suddenly and without untiling
started on a run toward town. The
horse and buggy took the sidewalk
on the lvuwaiabno Seminary school
side nnd then made a rush across the
street. Two young girls belonging
to the Girls' Industrial School nar
lowly escaped being trampled on by
the maddened animal. The horse
continued between the water pint;
and the Kawaiahao stone fence. How
the buggy got through the mu row
space is a wonder.
1 he ladies both gave one un
earthly scream and sat us rigid ns u
rock, Mrs. Silveira holding the reins
with a tenacity born of despair. A
huge crowd, some from a passing
trumcar, gathered and were helpless
witnesses of the runaway. The horse
and buggy continued along the side
walk, passing between a telephone
pole, just glazing it. Rounding the
coiner the annual made a dash
across to the opposite corner. Tins
buggv crashed into the wooden fence
and the two occupants were thrown
out, the wheels: passing over both
of them. Both had their arms hurt,
but the r injuries were not serious.
Several of llie onlookers sprung at
the horso's head and soon hi ought
the frightened animal to n standstill.
The ladies when asked said they were
Those who witnessed the scene
were of the opinion that it was a
most miiaculous escape, and were it
not for Mrs. Silveiia's grit in keep
ing a firm hold of the reins the result
would have been a serious one.
SUPREME CUURT--JULY TERM.
Wednesday, July G, 1892.
llezekinh Aea, charged wilh as
sault with a deadly weapon, was dis
charged yesterday, a Hawaiian jury
rendering a veidict of not guilty.
James Holt, charged with mayhem,
was dismissed. This case wus re
manded from last term, on account
of the jury disagreeing.
J. K. Loy, affray. Forfeited bail
on account of non-appearance.
Tiiuksday, July 7, 1892.
Paauki pleaded guilty yesterday
to a charge of maintaining a lottery
scheme. This morning he was sen
tenced to pay a line of .'50G.
D. Richard, larceny in the second
degree. Plea, not guilty.
The regular monthly meeting of
Engine Co. No. 1 yesterday evening
was fairly well attended. The elec
tion of olliceis was the principal
business of the evening, and resulted
in the re-election of Foreman Robert
More, Assistant Foreman J. D. Mc
Veigh and Treasurer P. O'Sullivan.
George Barker was elected Captain
of the Hose, and William Downer
Secretary. After 'business a season
of conviviality wus indulged in and
an Al lime was had.
A rirn Tor ll piHirUy.
When atrabilarious Hamlet, iu his
choleric interview with his mother in
tho cabinet, impudently advised her to
AsHUinu a irluo If j ou havo it not,
ho unwittingly laid down a general con
duct rule of high value to L'-fJhiduals
and tho community.
Simultation of virtue, though far in
ferior to the real article, is still tho next
best thing to it. juat as whitewash,
though much inferior to marble, is yet
greatly huperioi to dirty nakedness.
John McLlroy in Popular Science
Seaside fare, which includes plenty of
earbun in tho foim of wluto bread and
potatoes, is an ideally wholesoma diet lor
Miumior; cbjieciully in warm weather is
emboli required in food, because by
t-otnii eluunicrtl tt.iu.sfurtmUioii it affords
tho system materii.l for water, nt least
in quantity huilieicnt to control feverish
coudiUoiis and exu smvo thirst.
Tho Arcluliilto Francis Ferdinand, the
litir lo the throne of Austria, U n tall
and ery dLthiguislu-d looking man. Hi'
has been very i-.uofully educated, luw
cimsideruhlu talent foi art and music
and is a Jino Boldicr.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system ond purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Kmilli S. Co., Agenls.
'(Writ. J. J. WILLIAMS is hereby
" aiitboiied lo Solicit Subserip.
lions to establish tho Hawaiian Uu-
ICLAII OK iNKOJIMA'HO.N ill UCCtM'laill'll
with the Prospectus liorelofoio issued,
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.,
By L. A, '1 liuistun, Seo'y.
INTEK-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
By J. Ena.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.,
By Win. O Wilder.
Honolulu, July (I, 1892. -101-21
T K'KLY FiiinUheil CotLsflu
Li at MaMM near Buieta-
Apply thlb olllcu,
-vt d- ,
,' Like It !
IF WOT; WHY WOT?
Prepared daily fiom Fre-b Fiuit.it
eanuol bo otherwise than wholcMime,
relreshing and deliciotu.
Our leading flavoisaie Pineapple,
Oiiingc, Strawberry and Giape Juice.
We liuve ull the others bill our
specialties uie those named. Ico
Cream Soda has also pioved veiy
As we maniifactiiie our own Soda
Water fiom Pino Bicarbonate Smln,
wo claim it i belli r than that inmle
wilh marble du-l Those who hai
tiled it, coiiciu Willi iiui stntcineiil-.
Having peifictcd the Ie- B . w
ate enabled to pindueo cullkl sud.i
All II iois with I e ("re. in, 10 ;
Vichy Wulei.fii ;f.iu l Intuitu n Water
and liuiiymlt Wutci.
HOLiHON. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner l''oi'l V Ivlntr ..I I'l'cls.
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From tho works of
BURH AM, WILLIAMS & CO.,
Arc now prepared to give estimates ai d
receive orders for these engines, of any
sl.u and style.
The Baldwin Louomotivk Wouks
are now manufacturing a stylo of Loco
motive particulaily adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
havo pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents ami managers with pnrtlciiliii
The superiority of thefe Locomotive
overall other makes is not only known
huie but is acknowledged thioughiiiit
the United States.
Wm. G. I It WIN & Co., LM,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
In leeklug a medium wlieielu to advet
WARES or WANTS
Don't he deceived h the declarations of
-uiiseiiipiilous publUlici-., hut
exaiuillu Into the
Of the two English dallies. You will
llml that while tho ltuu.iniN U
Hot continually him. ting,
IT GUTS TIIhiRK
In a way very giatlfying to ailveilUers,
Quantities to Suit!
FOR SALE BY -
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
rii i i u- i r-
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'"r $Ti?lT'??3f?m' ''
S watis gNy?vU S
l i Is I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Fort titrt'ut, oj)o. tfprt'okiOs' Htiu1-, H'lmiliilu.
"M BS I' YOU WANT TO
SHjISI- v K w
The first requisite is a good plate. There MAY be other
brandy as good a the ShED PLAT6, but if .so.
we have failed to Iind them.
A Fall nil Frest Silly gb Mi M For Sale ly
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IOJ r Street. : : : : : Honolulu TJ. I.
104 Fort btreei, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
flsr FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHllDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
E F. WKBM&JSf Desirable Residences
1 1- -hiiwiu a beautiful Hue of
In the pleieed woik nbw ho poiu
liir and at pi lee- willed you will
For Such High Grade Goods
H. F. WICHMAN
FOR I i IS i SIS
n.M?U 11 J,t " U'"" "' )''"" the
&&$ l- I'lopcily hulonj:lii; to
VrataH lw Lstatc of riuit- Lou-;, ile
leased, eltuattd 111 .Manna Valley anil
for the past lo e.u havlne; heen'oecu
pled by A. A. Monlaiio Tl'i'io are two
pieces; the llrt conl.tini; ot u l.aiL'u
I'addocK ou tho WalklM Milo of ifiu
iip)f.r .Manoa loiulaud Mill.ihlufnrxrnw..
Iim ahuo'-i iiiiythhn;, the second on ihu
Kwa tide of the upner M.ino.i road, bi
lue; a Laie;o l'addnck Miitablo for m
turae, together with all tho lliillillii;
Iheicon. 1'osSi'Bilon jjlven at onee. I'or
paitli'iiliirii npph to
T. A. h 'UAlCKLIt.
Or. I. K ColiiI'IIN. t Mil) h
Il'VAL I'JJK.MIsKS, .11
1 lleii'tunli fcticot. Hiino-
i fclto I'oit-btieoiOhuich. Ap-
lt. 1. I, II. I. IK,
At Then. II. Duvlc-i .V .
pWO Mcoly Funiuiioil
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s!slt3!M KiKiuho 1!im.i,i:iin Ollleu.
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If U H ft al KBrt fi BfilS SI S
5 5 4SpP 90 wfL sf 9 fiP jfSM sRfc
1 niTa a nurCel a
Time uiukus many changes
and it's about lime some
changes should be mndo in
your dinner set. The 'now
designs in ITAVILAID
which we show is tho best
change you van make
New Gooite ex "W. G.
Irwin" now on exhibition and
for .ale. IVicesj much loWui'
LATEST bl'YLES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS !
TO LKr :
C'O'JTAOK on Kmiiia Hiecl, hitelv ou
eupli'd bv .Mr. MeCarlhy. Kent .-jKu
per inoiilh and water i.ite.
COTl'AGE ou Kin- (-neel, Kowalo.
lately occupied by Mr. Claieiico
Cnibbe. Kent $iO per inoiith and
water rate. -l-lu liu
WmM m:m situs
LHAVi: i-'ont l'Muo Jtueliliiiieu Site,
situated ou 1 likoi ntieet, for Bale.
The Lou havo a finutnejo of 1)1 feet on
1'liUol ntrcet and too L'OO font deep, am
nicel-, laid out In flint and .-Inulc tree
and sue all eovcicd with i;v.s-,; wabu
laid on lluoiip;hout. 'I'hu siliiatloti ot
thei-o Lots mid the liuilted number maKe
It iiceeht'.ry that liitmidin' piuelui.-oi.-.
-hoiild iiuiko early apiille.ulon to the
undiTsli'iied, from whom all p.irtleulaib
can he had. .1 Vb. K. .MOBGaN.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER f & BUILDER.
lobbing promptly attended to.
J4 Hcrclania St. -ajar Boll Tclo. 280.
POSTAL Saving Dank aS Book
L Xo. ":N1 bait b ou Jo-t, and pay
ment!" un it h.tvo been Mopped. Kiudci
will ploato retuin to tho I'omuI aiivinn
Bank. pjj at
NOT I OK.
i LL pciou limine; claims aguliist
i V inc will iilciiMi Muni In Ihotr bill
bufoio.luly 10th fur payiuuut. All no
couui duo mo must be paid beforu that
date, as, 1 iuteiid k'.ivlnir tho Kingdom.
A. K. wmu.
Honolulu, .Inly 1, IbDJ. 4111 lw
JMi'luro Fninies mad o to
ordor Crom latost Htyloa of
mouldings. Uciiovatiou ol
old iiielttroH a HiK'oially ul
liing Bros., Hotel stroot..