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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hi:ai, .'! p. in Weather
clunr, wind light cast.
St. Andrew's l'riory will hold its
closing cxercit.es to morrow nioiniug.
Tin: O. & O. H. S. Oceanic from
Yokohama and Jnpnn unehoied oil'
port I his afternoon.
Col.. Clnua Spreckols piiid a visit to
the new IlttM.r.ii.v building, of which
he is the owner, this morning.
Don't forget Ihn action sale of sea
side lots at Waikiki ul the salesroom
of J. F. Morgan to-morrow at 110011.
Guadino of Ktiakini street, hel ween
Nnnuini and Lilibit streets, lias heun
commenced hy 11 gang of prisoners.
Tin: Almhni Molo Hawaii Xoean
had a lehearsal at the Opera House
this moining witli the full orchestra.
Johnny llayward tho trotter in
now the property of Captain .1. U.
Clunoy. Tlio Captain purchased him
yesterday for $1175.
A 11ATTAMON of marines and bltio
jackets were landed this morning from
tho llugship Kan Francisco for their
regular drill on the Plains.
The Paradise of tho Pacific, to he
issued for tho steamer Australia, will
contain a full list of the gnosis of Her
Majesty at tho stale hall of tho 7th
Tup.sday, July 20, 1802.
lfini 11. 111.
tlii- Moon 011 tliu ,11ft nt ill!
T II K
TUESDAY, JULY 2G, 1S92.
O & O S S Oceanic from Yokohama anil
Ktinr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii
Oer hk J I) Plluger, Wolteis, for San
Stmr Mikululii for Kauai, at 5 p in
Stmr Claiidine for Maul and l'aauhaii, at
5 p in.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Hawaii for Hamakua, Hawaii
Km1 Maui and Hawaii, per stmr V O
Hall, July 21! T Wills. O Wills, II S
Townseinl. Y Akana, Ah Hee, P A Dins
Mrs M Lee, Master Lee. II W Pock, wife
and scivant, Miss Ncedham, lion J Ka
iiliane, Akl and wife and 10 deck;
An accident happened to the wheel
of Engine Co. No. l's hose euit yes
tciday. Tlio wheel eame oil' the cart
while it was on its way to tho liio,
resulting ina smash up.
Mil. H. S. Townsond, piiiie.ip.il of
Lahainahina School, left hy thcbtcnin
er V. O. Hall this morning, hy way
of the Volcano, for llilo, wliero lie in
tends spending his vacation.
Tin: sale of live seaside residence
sitcb at Waikiki will take place at die
auction loom of J. F. Morgan, at
noon to-morrow. This is an unusual
opportunity for securing a seaside
An who are interested in lolani
School aio invited to lie prcsentat tho
closing e.Noicisos, on Thursday, July
2otli,tii:2i. in. Alter exorcises 111
the school-room, athletic bporls will
J. F. Monc.AN will hold a sale of
household furniture at his salcsiooni
at 10 o'clock to-morrow, and at noon
will dispose of that desirable resi
dence adjoining I lie l)wight premises
Ilrcv. and Mrs. Alexander Mackin
tosh will be passengers for San Fran
cisco on the S. S. Maripo.-a due hero
to-morrow evening from the Colonics.
They go to Poitland, Oregon, to meet
their two sons attending school there.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORf.
S S San Francisco, Hcar-Admlral
111 own. from San Diego
Am hktne Planter, Dow. from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from Sun
DanbkJ G Lot, Nelson, from Honduras
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M 8 II mi, Mori, from Japan
LI S S Boston, from S.m Francisco, July
Am bktnc Wrestler, Uergnian, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen Uiewcr, from Glasgow,
dim Aujr 15
Am bk Margaret fioin Newcastle, NSW
Ilk (jieta from Newcastle, N S W
The Aincrican schooner Transit, Jor
gensen, master, sailed yesterday even
ing for the (olden Gate with 11 eargo of
sugar nuinbciiiig 10,7-18 bags, valued at
The U S Cruiser P.oston was expected
to leuvo San Francisco for Honolulu on
July 15, consequently she ought to bo
The steamers Clauiliiie mid MlUaliala
leave at o'clock this evening for their
The Aniciican bark Forest Queen is
nineteen days out from Sail Francisco
for this port with three days later news.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Liliha
st 1 eel foi sale. U-tf
Aiii:u shaving u-e Cucumber Skin
Ionic. IJotison, Smilli it Co., Agents.
SliNlillltN lelieved at once by Cll
omnber Tonic. lienson, Smith it Co.,
The annual meeting of tho Hono
m n Sugar Co. will be held at the of
ficii of C. Urower it Co , at 10 o'clock
of August 10.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7!1 Herclania sticet, Mutual
Telephone 01)15. 8-:Jm
Tin: furniture of M. T. Donnell will
lie bold at liis lesidence, Uobollo lane,
Palania, at 10 o'clock Thur.-day, ly
.las. F. Morgan.
Delicious coilee and chocolate will
lie seived every moining caily at the
Palace Ice Cieam Pailois, Ludwigsen,
.t C1011, Hotel street. 1-tf
The adveitisenient of oIUccm of W.
G. Irwin it Co., Limited, was mislaid
in type yesteiday, in the confusion
consequent on tlio lire in this olliee,
ami did not appear. J I will be found
in this icsuc.
I'.x ' Ili'iiiuort'.
Dit. McLennan has leinovod to
Alakea street, opposite tlioY.M. C.
A. hull, piomieCtf lately occupied by
Docior Lulz. Ollico bonis,!) to 12,
2 to -I and evenings (J to 7. Suudavs:
10 to 1. Hell Telephone, 1!)7, Mutual,
Miss Maiiy Lyi.e, lately hook-kcopei
with Kgan it Uiiiiii, is , "epared t Mo
blcnographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
HusincbS College, San Francisco.
Ollico with U. J. MeCaithy, Hii Mei
Tliu Pacivio Haudwauk Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
"Ware, comprising Hrcakfast anil Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
C'arbolincum Avcnaiius hy the bar
rel, case or smuller quantity.
OLD RAGS WANTED.
(Jlean white rags suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at the
Hisliop Home oml the Hoys' Home,
Leper .Settlement, Molokai. King up
281 Mutual telephone 11 ml they will
he sent for, or leave the same at the
olliee of the Hoard of Health or at J.
T, Wiiteihoufeo's, Queen street.
Tin: best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
Hystein and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & (Jo., Agents.
Picture Frames inutlolo
order from latent ntyluH it
mouldings. Henoviilion oi
old pictures a specially at
King ItroH.t Hotel street.
DEATH OF A CHINES!: LADY.
One of the wives of Wong Ivwai,
vice-Chinese Commercial Agent, died
yesterday morning at G o'clock at
her husband's resideucc on Fort
street. The lady had been ailing of
fever for two months. She was
about thirty years of age at death.
This lady was tlio favorite wife and
the only one hero, the others being
in China. The funeral took place
this afternoon and was headed hy a
detachment of tlio Royal Hawaiian
Hand, and largely attended by mem
bers of tho United Chinese Society of
winch Wong (Juai is an olllcer. Over
forty carriages followed tlio remains
to the interment at Manou.
When the battalion of marines and
bluejackets from tho cruiser San
Francisco, headed hy the ship's bund,
was inarching along Merchant street
near Alakea street the column met
Mr. Allan Herbert (hiving a double
team. The horses got frightened
at the martial music of Uncle
Sum's boys and swung round in 1111
attempt to holt. While doing so,
the horses fell. The music was stop
ped and two olllcers ran to render
assistance. The horses were unhar
nessed and got on their feet again.
Mr. Herbert meanwhile hail alighted.
No damage was dono.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
President Walker in the chair.
Prayer by Chaplain Wainiuaii. Min
utes were read b Clerk McCarthy
and Interpreter Wilcox. Approved
Under suspension of the rules
Noble Haldwin pi evented I lie follow
ing petitions: (I) From Makawuo
that a school house nnd a teacher's
lesidence be elected at llalehaku.
To Committee on Education. (2)
From Makaweli Hint Mukaweli bo
made n port of entry. Tallied for
Hep. Ashford, lroin the Judiciary
Committee, presented a repoi I on a
petition that (1) Administrators of
estates of deceased persons he no
longer appointed by the Chief Jus
tice. On this the committee say
that tile arc unable to advise the
House. (2) That lawyers shall not be
allowed to charge retaining fees.
The comnitttcc is unable to say with
becoming gravity whether such an
act as prohibiting retaining fees
would hull the litigant more or tho
lawyer more. (;)) That married wo
men ho allowed to vote. The com
mittee say that this subject is too
delicate to ho handled by some of
of the coarser minded members of
this committee. Therefore the .same
subject being embodied in a previous
petition and wisely having been
unanimously referred to its most gal
lant and handsome member, they
lecommend that the petitions he
tabled to await bills on the subject.
Noble Neumann from llie Judiciaiy
Committee presented a repoi t on a
petition of drivers of hacks that they
be not required to pay more than
one license each year. The commit
tee recommend Mini His Excellency
Hie Minister of Interior put an end
to this extortion if it exists by regu
lations which by authority of law he
may make. Another matter made
subject of request in this petition,
viz. : that a law be enacted making a
misdemeanor tor people "who ma
liciously ride in hacks and refuse to
pay when finished," is a matter
somewhat abstruse for the Commit
tee to deal will). They regret to
state that the proposition is not ten
able, as little as it would be to enact
11 penal law declaring it a misdemean
or for a person maliciously to absorb
a meal in n restaurant and refusing
to pay for their fare when finished.
It cannot be done. Peihaps a
suggestion for tho remedy of such an
evil may be in place. Let the hack
drivers follow the example of their
colleagues in oilier countiics and do
what they never do here, that is,
overcliaigc the passengers who do
pay and thereby recoup their losses
on those who do not. Signed by
Paul Neumann, W. O. Smith, C. W.
Ashford and Win. White. Hcpoit
was, on motion, approved.
Noble Thurston, from the Com
mittee on Public Lands, reported on
a petition of the Kahlii Church for
S200 for road damages and recom
mend the same disposition of this
petition that has been made hy others
of a like nature and theiofore recom
mend that it be referred to the
Minister of the Interior. Report
The same member from tiic same
Committee reported on a resolution
that SIUJOO be appropriated to pur
chase a wharf at Kaliului to the ef
fect that they find the present wharf
is the property of the Kaliului Hail
road Co., a corporation. They also
have received information that the
cost of consliuclioii lias been about
?1 0,000. The corporation decline to
sell the wharf for SJ5000 or any other
sum and the Committee know of no
law by which thc3' can be compelled
to sell. Under the circuinsta'nccs it
is impossible lor the Government lo
obtain the ownership of such wharf
except by the Legislature passing a
law authorizing the condemning of
the wharf and the appointment of a
commission lo assess the value of
the property taken. The Committee
recommend that the 1 (-solution be
laid on tho table to be considered
with any bill on the subject. Report
Rep. Robert Wilcox read for the
first time bills (1) To amend Article
.01 of tho Constitution. (2) To
amend Article .VJ of the Constitution.
(II) To amend Article 20 of the Con
stitution. Rep, S. K. l'uii pre-icntcd ques
tions to tho Minister of the Interior
relative to the number and holders
of licenses for the sale of spirituous
Rep. Robert Wilcox olfered tlio
following resolution :
Whereas, tho prosperity of Miese
Islands must largely depend on ship
ping and commerce, and whereas,
Hie opening of an inter oceanic canal
would make Honolulu an impnitaul
poit and commercial center ; There
fore, be it
Resolved, that the sum of two
hundred thousand dollars be in
serted in tho Appropriation Hill to
bu paid in Hawaiian Government
Bonds lo the company thai shall first
complete an iiitur-oceauic canal at
Panama or tliiough Nicaragua.
Rep, Kanealii favored reference,
011 account of the importance
of tho subject, to a Commit
tee composed of a consolidation
of the Commerce, Finance and Ways
& Means vJoiiiiuittces. There weie
two great schemes now befoie the
House in this matter and in the mat
ter of the Banking Bill, hi the near
future wc might hope to have plenty
of ships and plenty of paper, money
then we would be all well off and
Rep. Waiptiilani favored the reso
lution being tabled and consideied
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Smith thought that the pro
position could not be cairicd out as
presented. It was, however, a most
important subject, lie favored refer
ence to a special coiiiinillcc of seven.
Rep. Ioscpa was of opinion that
there were plenty of oppoitunitics to
use money at home iiKcad of going
outside as lie put il ; it was not wise
to try to obtain lireadliiiil mil of
reach when wc could handle thein
close to. He favored the indefinite
postponement of the resolution
Rep. Nnwnhl got the floor but
merely moved the previous quoliuu.
Can led, and befoie vole on Mie mam
quoition till the nio'ioim wire wlth
diawn save that of releicnce to a s
led committee of sev n. On being
(Hit this latter motion win carped.
President Walker announced as
the special lonimitteo: Reps. Robert
Wilcox, Smith, Ashford, Waipulluni,
Kaluna, Noble J. M. Horner, and
the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Rep. Nawalii offered a resolution
Hint a special committee be appoint
ed from this House to lake action in
consort with the representatives of
other Governments with regard to
Mie laying of ocean telegraph cables
to these islands. Referred to Hie
Noble Drcier addicssed the follow
ing questions to the Premier: (1) Is
the Cabinet aware of the occupation
of Johnston Islands hy the Govern
ment ol Gi cat Britain' through II. B.
M. S. Champion? (2) Aio not John
ston Islands a part of the domain of
this kingdom? (J) lias any protest
been made by this Government
against that occupation t
Ri p. ICaiuauoha gave notice of a
meeting after adjournment of the
special committee having considera
tion of questions and answers in re
Noble J. M. Iluiuer gave notice of
meeting afier adjournment of the
committee on Horner's Banking Bill.
Rep. Waipuiluni afforded a resolu
tion that the House order the Marshal
to pour out, publicly, 20 galls, of
okoleliao at present in his possession.
Rep. Ktipaliu considered that as
the liquor was very iufiaiuiiitible, there
might be danger fioin lire. Favored
the liquor being poured in the har
bor. Rep. Ashford desired to offer a
suggestion and that was, as things
had been known while in possession
of Mie Marshal to change their char
acteristics, he would move that tlio
stuff be poured out in Hie presence
of the members of the House and
Hint the Sergcant-ut-Aruis provide
each member with a tin mug.
Noble Marsdcn suggested that
hacks lie upplied on the occasion.
Rep. Kamauoha considered that it
would be a good article to bottle and
show at the Chicago exhibition as a
pure and unadulterated native pro
Rep. Bush consideied that the As
sembly had been having a good time
long enough, it was lime that they
came to business. Would move that
the resolution be rcfened to the
Temperance Committee and would
also move the previous question.
Bath motion, cairicd.
Minister Widemann and Rep. Smith
were retired at their own request
from the Banking Bill Committee.
Rep. Ashford moved that when the
House adjourn to-day it do so until
next Tuesday mornimr. He had
heard that there was considerable
sentiment in favor of this adjourn
ment and lie desired lo make ti prac
Rep. Waiptiilani consideied that
as Rep. Ashford was not going away
it was not right for him lo brit.g
in such a resolution.
Rep. Ashford said that he had no
feeling whatever in the tnaltir bill
did desire to have it settled.
Noble Macfarlane objected strong
ly. He knew of no reason why time
should be so wasted. The cause was
simply because certain members wish
ed to get away and they were afraid
to let the House sil dining their
Minister Parker was not in favor
of the piopo-c(l adjournment. These
arc the people who now wish to take
a whole week but who continually
watch the clock when native mem
hcis aio speaking. They aie also
afraid if they ask for leave that
during their absence the present
Cabinet will resign and the Ouccu
may appoint a new cabinet without
their say. TI12 Cabinet however had
no intention 01 leaving; nuy would
Rep. Kamauoha fa wired gi anting
leave of absence to all requiring it
but did not favor adjournment.
Minister Widciuaiiu said that the
members going away desired to post
pone Hie public business for the ben
efit of their own private business.
They need not think the Ministry in
tended lo run away, no, indeed!
Tho Ministers would await the return
of Hie ccitain members again, and
when they had returned with their
butcher knives in hand Hie .Ministry
would bo there to have them work
their sweet will 011 them if they
The motion was put to vole on the
proposed adjournment and lust.
Noble Thurston and Noble Young
Hiked leave of absence which was, 011
motion of Nablo Neumann, gi anted.
The Order of the Day was now
moved ami on motion of Noble Neu
mann Bill No. l.'i lo amend Section
:18H of the Civil Code relating to
Ihher es was n ad, out of its order, a
third time and finally passed.
Unfinished business brought up
Bill 7!l, relative to the amendment of
Article 70 of Hie Constitution relat
ing to Hie enacting clause, and also
the majority and minority icporU on
Pending action, tlio Assembly at
12 took recess until 1:00,
OUR STOCK OF
WOULD YOU DO IT I!
If to keep up with the fiihio 1 you
were asked to sing a song,
Wuiihl vii dn il -Yes?
So would I.
If upon some eurrenl topic ymt win
asked to come mil si mug,
Would von do it Yes?
So would I.
Suini' think all public inulii-i- . 1
hoi rid bur'-, but I
I l;e men to linve npldioii- t!. ,
ii'inly to itiiiid by,
.n nv if cm rfnr v nr (Jiteen md (' m 1
tiy you were .-k d to l 1
W.mhi j oil do it Yw?
.i w.uiii 1
I I - Mine We -.lop ed Millie i ' '
fioin 11 iciiiu Hawaii' pin -r.
'nun' l.eniht!iv bbliid' n I w , r
MMil'ltt 1) 11 I, (O llllfM'.
Would ott si-ml ihem YisV
So W.Ullll I.
The plows which turn otn sol up
should bo light and strong and
If I said tlio " Hn.xnitV Bui:aki:ii's"
woilh more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Honolulu.
OF WHICH A IMC FKHSH.
KVKISY I'AOKAUK GUA
11 AN l'H HI) AT
lo pul in Prices
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coniei' l''ni'l V Ivlllir t I'c.M 1
giasse v jpirr
OS A. IMCEPXirjr
Brunswick Billiri Parlors
A PUOPKK FIT IN ANY STYLK OF
''j'MIK undcr.-igned offeis for sale the
l bu-ine-j of the Hriuiswiek llilliaid
Parlors, the best equipped Institution of
the kind in Honolulu. To the right man
they are a very desiialile piopurty. They
will be sold at an eay llgurc. FiuUier
parliciiliiis oil application 10
A. V. IIOWK.
IhO Iw I'loprietur.
!YE GLASSES or SPEtTACLK DESIRED!
HGLUSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IO! Hwt Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
SATURDAY EVEHING, JULY 30.
Benefit of Kawaialiao Glmrcl
Undei the Patronage of Her Majesty
The A 1 1 ai 1 1 -1 M 1:1.1: Hawaii Nokau
will give Niels (lade's Beautiful Can
tata, in tliieo paiN, entitled,
hoice Millinery !
WF HAVK Til 13 VI3IIY LATI3ST STYLES IN
9 Bonnets El Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON
NEW RIBBONS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
car FOR 1 WK ONLY -
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
jnY The (.'ant ita will he given in Ha
waiian, miller l he management nt Mrs.
Ilaalelea, with uppiopilatc Tablcaus,
Co-tlimlng, etc. Solos by the Well
rVJ.s F.J. Nolte,
Mrs. Leihulu Keohokalole,
Mr. Robt. S. Kapua,
Assisted hy an Ktllcicut Uhorii'. anil Or
chestra miller the dheellou of 1'iiif. II.
lieiger, with the help of I). K. N'aouo
and I), l Naone.
fig)- Libielto for tin: occasion will he
for sale at llie Opera iioiinc.
TO 1,13 l'
Itonuis centrally located
Kliqilho IlLl.i.UTIN Ullice.
, Ml lie Deceif el !
"XT lOF.LY Furnished Cottage
Apply thl olllei
niu-Micet ear, Kent
SI. 00, 7-"u and fiOe.
KtV box Ollico
July 'Jilth, at 1 i'
Lewis .1. Levey.
at the olliee of
VOll HA LIS
I I'haetou, 1 1 1 u r-
Sk'tsrtk ' ' 'melon, t nar-pi-SX
in, complete and In
MJtsj!; j.,,oil older. Inquire
177 IW WM. O. ATYVATKK.
iUVAL PIlK.MlaKS, ill
Iteret'ini'i stteet, onno-
sito Foit-sliecl Chinch. Ap
K. I. I. II, I. IK,
At Then II. Davii-s ,v Cn,
In seeking a iiu'diuin wluiMjin lo adver
WARES or WANTS
T KYV Hciiif-u of Five Itooni-.
. on .Miigabm stieet, with
Ilatbiooin, Patent V. ('., etc
, one of the lined views In
.1. ,M. VIVAS.
Klliliu anil l'eus.ieola stieels, thlx city,
mo offered for sale on advaiituireous
filjf& 1 I'leasanlly
f$S I'.uildliig Lois, 1
imitleuliu.- iuqiilic at
(J I 'LICK'S AlilCNVY,
;IS Mcichaul -licet.
ANNUAL MK13J ISO.
rpilK Annual Meeting of the Stnck
1 holdelB of Hid Wiiiohllill Agiieul
t u nil A Grazing Co. will bo held at the
ollico f the President, Mr. M. P Koblu
soii, in Honolulu, on VVKD.NK.iHAY,
August !(, ISO-', at 10 o'clock A. m.
O. P. lllTKKA,
r-ccietniy W. A. A (i, Co.
JSIM.OIAL AI LIS UNO.
AMOK Cottage on llero
tnuia stieet near Pill ol
stieet, containing Piuloi, Two
Iteilimmis, lliithroum, Diiiliig-iooiu,
Pantry and Kitchen ; Servant's Koom,
CarihiKo llou.-o, Stable, etc, Tiauicarn i
pai-icvciy M0 minutes. Apply ollico of
this paper. IW tf
FOR HIS NT or LIS VSIS
'IMIK I'leml-i'R on I. mum
1 i-tiect lalelv oecilliled bv
D&S4 A. H. Niioiio, a New and
Desiialile. Homo coiituhihig Kitchen,
llathioom, etc , etc. AImi, OiiIIioiim'S
on the pieml-e-, will be leiilud or
haed. Po-m'i.s1oii givou 1st of .Inly.
Apply on the pienilus.
155 1111 A. It. NAONK.
NOTIOIS lo DLI'.TOKS.
Don't lit deceived hy the declarations of
uiiH'iiipuliHi publisher.-, but
cviiuitii! Into the
English daille,. Yon
Ibid that while I he bin. I. in
not coiilhiually lioaslln
n? cswrs TiiwKw
VhPKCI L Meollig of tlio Itoaid of
Tillrlecs of the (Queen's lloxpital
will ho held at the itooni of the I liain-
ber of Coiumeici MONDAY, the, 'J.'d
Allglli-t, lb!C, at 10 o'elocK A. M , for ihn
puipiiFU of cou-1 leiing pioposeil aiiund
lueuls to the ll.-Lawr.
I Per in dci.
F. A.SCII LFKK.
J Honolulu. July 2, 1'.. -17b 1 in
j WIiimi ou viiuta I'ortniit
i lSiilnr'l !'in K l&i'.
1 o,ol, llii'ir iiiifo lint and mo
I Hiunil'H. Thy wmM. lie boat.
'I MIE undersigned hoieby gives noiice
L thai sbu l tlin sole owner of llie
jiwely liii-lmi8 lii'iviofoio coudlletcd
fur bin on I'm I stieet, Honolulu, b
Joeph lliibash. That rho has deter
mined lo clo.-i out said liilslne-- ami lo
call in all oulstaiiding aieiuuits, wlnm-
foie all p,ulle owing accounts lorgooili
puich.iMiil or wink done at hei stoioato
belch) notllled to make pioiupt payment
of the same in C V. Aslifuid, nl Ids
ullice on Meichani stieet. Mr. -Aeh-ford's
n-ceipto will Im good aciiilllance
for all such account".
Mils. E. 11ATC11KLOK.
Honolulu, July 1 1, lh'J.!. 171 w
In a way very gralifyiny
FOR SALE I
I HAVE i on i l'iuo KesliliMiee Sites,
situated on I Ilkol siiect, foe ('ale.
The Lots baoa tiontnue "(III feet on
Pbkol street and mo i'00 feet deep, are
nicely laid out in fruit and shade trees
and aro all coveted with grass; water
laid on throughout. Tho situation of
ihesu l,o l and the limited number make
It nccusaary that Intending piuchasois
should make caily application to the
iiiidurslgiied, fioin whom all parttculai
can bo bad. .IAS. F. MOKOAN.