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Mr. W. O. Faulkner luis been ap
pointed Superintendent ot the Elec
tric Lights belonging to tin- llovern
nii'iit and now lias Hole charge of ull
apparatus connected tberewitli.
All orders for material used in con
struction or otherwise, in connection
therewith, must bo signed by him.
L. A. THURSTON,
92 3t Minister of the Interior.
Department of the Interior.
Bureau of Conveyance,
Registrar's OHiee, July 13th, 1SS7
Malcolm Brown has this day been
appointed Deputy Registrar of Con
veyances for the Hawaiian Kingdom
Registrar of Cimwyaiici's,
Approved : L. A. Thuboton.
91 yt Minister of Interior,
Otlice of tho Board of Health.
Honolulu, July 18, 1887,
After date, 11. W. Meyer, Esq., in
authorised to make all purchases for
the Leper Settlement and Store, at
Kalawao. No bill will be paid unless
approved by him.
Bills are to be sent to him ut tho
time of shipping tho goods, and a
duplicate bill sent to this office.
90 lw President Board of Health.
DEPART JI EXT of FIXAXCK.
July 12th, 1887
All persons having claims against
the Hawaiian Government are re
quested to send them in with as little
delay as possible, to the Departments
responsible for their liquidation.
W. L. GREEN,
811m Minister of Finance.
BI SHOP & to., 15ANKEKS
' .Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Hanlc ot CJulli'oriilii, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild St Bon, London
The Comineicial Bank Co., of Syduey,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tt,n ?n.,bf Now Znfilnml: Auckland.
Christchurch, and W ellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Bunking Business.
111. UtlllB u '
lu gniijj gwUftin.
FU4gcd to neither Beet nor Fut;.
But establUhed tot the benefit of U.
MONDAY. JULY 25. 1887.
EVERY MAN IN HIS PLACE.
Mental superiority and moral
worth are modest and unassuming.
Treteutiousness and pomposity are
the outward and visible signs of in
ward emptiness. Our boasted
modern advancement is largely in
the line of siiperfieialnes9 and 9how.
The average primary and secondary
schools of the present day have a
tendency to engender precocity and
' conceit. Home teachings and prac
tices lead in the same direction.
Children become adults prematurely.
Hoys and girls are made to ape men
and women, allowed to smoke vile
cigarettes and carry dandy canes, are
taken to balls and parties, and
trenerallv placed in positions and
surroundings beyond their years, to
Imitate the follies of their seniors,
when they ought to be romping in
-tl)B fresh air of heaven, playing
marbles, climbing trees, jumping
rope, making mud pics, etc., the
boys glorying in torn breeches and
the girls delighting in girlish amuse
ments iu short, being boys and
girls. It is not surprising that
young people arrive at the years of
maturity lacking the modesty, the
quiet demeanor, and the respect and
consideration for others which are
the characteristics of good breeding.
Thorough education and real learning
reveal to their possessor his ignor
ance and defects, and the revelation
makes him humble and unpretend
ing. Partial education and super
ficial learning arc often'accompanied
by overweening self-conceit and
offensive ostentatioiisness. Hence,
the man most fitted by natural gifts
and best qualified by the acquire
ments of training and experience
for the public service of a country,
usually shrinks from its responsibili
ties or approaches them with modest
diffidence ; whilst the conceited idiot
nd the shallow charlatan rush for
office withCfe audacity and assur
ance which betoken the belief that
they possess the stupendous capa
bilities necessary for regulating the
universe at will. Illustration is not
far to seek. It is pretty well known
that this community has its fiul
share of the class of character la9t
mentioned, both native born and
exotic, and they have kept and do
keep in the front rank of the scram
blers for ofllce. Some of them would
cut a respectable figure in a taro
patch, and others would not be out
of place in a coul yard. They are
very nice people in their proper
place, but unfortunately they are
not sufficiently educated to discern
the placo nature designed them fur,
A few minutes' conversation with
most of them reveals at once their
moral and mental inaptitude for the
task they would so rashly undertake
It is in vain for the donkey to pass
himself for a horse of peculiar as'
pett. The attempt may succeed
very well as long a9 lie keeps ' his
mouth shut, but when he unwisely
tries to neigh, people know imme
diately that he cannot talk horse.
It is a fact that ambition in the
direction of olllcial position infects
vulgarity more than refinement. The
man of mind and elevated ideas has
a secret contempt for tho puerile
vanities of public employment,
Nevertheless, it is a sad blunder for
any Government to admit to its scr
vice persons, whose training and
previous pursuits arc not calculated
to generate lofty principles ; for such
can only be expected to exhibit the
narrow-minded action germain to
their sphere. That which a man has
picked up in the gutter he proclaims
from the house-top. Let the donkey
keep in his place, and people will
praise him as a good donkey ; but if
he usurps the position of the horse,
he will be derided and despised for
THE TREASURY STATEMENT.
We confess to some difficulty in
understanding the statement of rc
ceipts and expenditures of the Ha
waiian Treasury, for the quarter
ended Juno 30th, 1887, published
by authority of His Excellency Mr.
Green, Minister of Finance. We
have reference more especially to
the Loan account. On this head the
information is not only meagre, it is
positively insufficient. Tho Loan
account shows receipts, $847,042.61,
but no expenses therewith are noted
in the expenditure column. The
Finance Department is shown to
have disbursed $036,220.91 during
the three months ending June 30th,
but whether any of this was on lo.'.n
account does not appear. Is or are
any interest payments mentioned
If the Treasury statement had been
given more in detail such a question
as this could not have arisen, and
we cannot avoid saying that coming
from a Ministry which professes to
have taken the public into its con
fidence the result is unsatisfactory
Furthermore, it would be well .to
state whence this large 'sum of
money was received during the three
months under review. So far as the
public have any knowledge, no coin
realization from the London Syndi
catc Loan has been received in ex
cess of $300,000, in round figures ;
but the Treasury acknowledges the
receipt of 8847,042.01 during last
quarter. Now where did this money
come from? Does it include the
Spreckels' bonds? It would appear
so if our reading of the Treasury
statement be correct. Lot us try
and elucidate this point:
March quarter, 1887, f4,".3,f!0(t
June quarter 84j,04a
Charges at London 200,000
Borrowed at Honolulu $ r.00,000
Borrowed at London 1,000,000
If we discard the odd sura of
$042, it will he seen that tho state
ment of receipts uccounts for all
that has apparently been borrowed,
making allowance for the. London
Syndicate's commission and charges.
But this necessarily treats the
Spreckels bonds as United States
gold coin, which we maintain the
Minister of Finance cannot do in
law, and it was for ignoring the law
on this loan business, among other
things, that his predecessor wa9 so
yery summarily dismissed.
Our reading of the Treasury state
ment for the June quarter may be
incorrect, but if so the error is not
of our making. If on the other hand
we we correct, it follows that the
present Government have adopted
the rotten financial methods of the
late Ministry, and propose to saddle
the country with the ruinous charges
and extortions of tho English Loan
Syndicate. In a spirit of friendship
we warn Ministers against the adop
tion of a policy which can only have
one ending in the present temper of
tu Trt the rnucTiTtmnu
vaiii iu 1Mb bsiiwiiiuiiun.
Following Is the form of oath to
support the Constitution which has
been adopted by the Government,
and which lias to be taken as A
qualification for voting; at tho next
election; varied, of course, to suit
' I , nged , a native of
, residing on street,
. . ... ., ,
in want ?o. , in tne cuy ami
district of Honolulu, do solemnly
swear, in the presence of Almighty
God, that I will support the Consti
tution of the Hawaiian Kingdom,
promulgated ond proclaimed on the
7th day of July, 187, and tho laws
of said Kingdom, ' not hereby re
nouncing, but expressly reserving
all allegiance and citizenship now
owing or held by inc."
THE CHINESE VOTE.
If Mr. Ward and other writers on
the subject of the franchise are cor
rect in their opinion that the new
Constitution gives the ballot to those
who are not citizens, and if they do
not become citizens by exercising
that privilege, then the question
comes up whether the Constitution
really disfranchises those who have
become citizens in years past. It
seems fair to assume that such was
the intention of the framers of that
document, since such an interpreta
tion has been put upon it ever since
its promulgation, and they have not
disputed its correctness ; yet it does
not expressly disfranchise anyone.
If those not of "Hawaiian, Ameri
can, or European birth or descent"
who have received naturalization or
denization papers, are now deprived
of the right to vote, are they also
deprived of other privileges belong
ing to citizenship, such as the right
of admission to practice at the bar,
for instance? What say the legal
EiUTOit Bi.'M.ktix : I think every
intelligent person in the country
will agree with your correspondent,
"Pro Bono Publico,", on the neces
sity for harbor improvements.
Whether the idea of a harbor com
mission be practicable or the reverse
is not now material. The point to
reach is the urgent and absolute ne
cessity for a well considered plan of
harbor works; and this having once
been (Irmly impressed upon the
public mind a method of carrying it
out will soon be devised. I would
suggest that the Chamber of Com
merce should consider this matter,
and favor the public with their
views regarding it. One thing to
be specially borne in mind, how
ever, is the fact that inasmuch as
the tidal scour in Honolulu harbor
is comparatively weak great
scientific experience and judgment
are needed in devising a scheme of
harbor works which will result in
THE BLUE RIBB3N LEAGUE ENTER
TAINMENT. The entertainment given at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall, on Saturday
evening last, under the auspices of
the Blue Ribbon League, was an un
qualified success. The hall was
well-filled, a portion of the audi
ence being compelled to stand.
The Rev, H. II. Gowen, President
of the League, opened the proceed
ings with a few appropriate remarks
interspersed with a little hilarity,
which put everyone in a good
humor. lie said they had many
causes upon which to congratulate
themselves, one of which was the
presence of so many blue jackets.
They were particularly welcome be
cause they belonged to the same
ship as they, the members of the
League, did, viz. : the "Conquest."
(Applause). The return of Mr.
P. C. Jones from his tour on the
other islands was also a source of
congratulation. It required a portly
figure like, Mr. Jones' to fill that
platform. After a few other re
marks he announced the opening
hymn, which was joined in by all
who had books.
Mr. 1. C. Jones said that on his
arrival that morning in the steamer
Kinau, the first thing he looked for
in the morning papers was the pro
gramme of the Blue Ribbon League,
and he complimented Mr. Scrim,
geour in getting up such an excel
Miss Jennie Tuck made her debut
as a pianiste, and acquitted herself
in a style that would become any
ihe kcv. v. Kitcat next sang
"lhe Skipper of St. Ives,' and
being encored he gave another in
Corporal Smith, pf II. M. S. Con
quest, then gave ''The Lifeboat,
The subject was a good one and in
terested all listeners, but unfortu
nately the speaker's memory was
Miss Mabel Rhodes came next on
the list with that beautiful song
entitled "Love'i Call," which was
rendered in a charming manner.
An encore followed to which tho fair
young lady willingly responded.
Hr. F. C. Joues before announc
ing the next piece on the pro
gramme made some allusions to the
late additions to the League. lie
then called upon Mr. L. Montgo
mery Mather, who recited "Othel
lo' a Apology," in a manner that
proved he was thoroughly versed in
the art of recitation. In response
to a recall he gave "Hamlet's Ad-r
dress to the Flayers." Mr. Mather
was rewarded with vociferous ap
plause. A humorous imitation of a patent
medicine vendor, by a member of
the Conquest's crew, kept tho audi
ence iu roars of laughter for a
Mr. J. L. Boss sang "The Old
Sexton," with telling effect.
Mr. W. Passells, from tho Con
quest, sang "Pulling Hard Against
the Stream," which was loudly
The programme was brought to a
close with an address by Mr. Alex.
Young on "A Practical View of
A collection was taken up at the
close, which amounted to $35.
Headquarters Honolulu Rifle.
July 23rd, 1837
Company Or.lerr, No. 2. First Sciics.
in pursuance of spediil Batta
lion Order Wo, 4 every mem tier
of Compnny B ii lit ri by ordered
to repot t at the Arniniy, en Mou-i
day evening the itSili, ut 7:30
o clock, for i he purpose of elect,
inc a First Lieutenant, and to till
any other vnenncy tlinl may occur J
fntignn ui l oimanu siueaims.
1 er onler,
01 'H Fir-t Sergeant.
Armory Company ''C" )
Fonolulu ItiliCi BiUtiilinu V
Honolulu Ju!y 2r,t!i, 18ST. )
Compnny Oidrr-, No. 1.
In compliance will Battalion orders,
No. 11 c. s. every nn.mbur ol ibis com
pany 1 hereby or lore I to a;si mble at
the urmory Uf (M MAY) ceiling at
7:30 o'clock p. m. in f i'ijuii u.,ilorui.
J. II. KlllKlt,.
in It C'ppiain Commanding.
Armory Comniiuy ''A" )
Ilonolulu HilUs Battalion
Honolulu July "ku 18s7 )
Compnny Orders, No.
In compliance will Bnttnlion orders
No. 11 c. fl. every inc'iiilor of thm com
pnny is hereby oidrri'd to assemble at
the armory this (MoN DAY) evening ut
7 :':o o'clock p. m. in fatigue uniform.
J. W. I'K i 'IT,
03 It Captuin Commanding.
Headquarters Coinp mv "D" )
Hoiiolul i liiuVs J
Honolulu July 20ih, 18j7 )
Coniiianv Orders No. 1.
The memoirs ot Doinpiny "u win
assemble at the Armory tl. is (MONDAY)
eve n .nc, at 7:. u o ciock. ' a'lgue tin norm
mi l i-ltlu anna '. v. aiiiI'uku.
1)5 11 Captain Comm-indlu
A LL INTERESTED IX CRICKET
I uru requested tn iii 'ct Mt llni 1
wtiiiiin Hotel, next Tliur.-d ly eveninir,
July 2stli, at 8 o'clock. r r order.
05 4t Captain
A CEiniFrC1E OF ORPOSITIX
Hihon' U n k. bv 3"0: N' 15.247,
belonL'inir to Joi n ( ray. Prfynie.it
gtonned. F'n ler will ileate reiuin t
Buixmin Cffl.e. , !'4 2t
P KITTONT AS BOOKKEFPEB
or sliipnlni; clerk in the city or on
apbintntlnn can read mid write Hawniian
and some Foitugucse. Jtelercnce given
95 3t tiiig offlco,
With rounded Corners,
FOR SALE BY
A Ho (iicienlffeu Deut'chen, welche
Ix. sicU fieneigt fuhlcn einme Seeing
verein be'tri ten zu wollen, wcrucri lner
mit crsucht sieh Sonnabead, den O n
Aug it,t, abends 7 uhr.
in E. Wollerp Pr'.vat wolmung Roya
Jlo el e:nz iln.cien.
85 3 1. Das Conimitee,
Opei every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night
THOMAS E. WALL,
1601 Proprietor. lyr
AUCTION SALE OF
Bv order nt MK. I . AY wo will sell"
ut Pulil c A'ntiuii.ft'. his ic Hence, Bern
tu Ml a inn I, nil
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27th, '87
At 10 iV!' e'. n. m., tho Kntlro House,
lu l l Furniture, consisting of
UjlolsM Parlor Set !
Bnrgo Center Carp t', Lace Ci.rUlns,
Dlack Walnut Book Case and Socretary
Cir;"t Bonkers, DtCTuti'd Vuscs,
3-I.ighi Mi u d.'lii't ,
MATHUSEK UPRIGHT PIANO
in f.'," d order, u fine instrument,
B W. M imc lbick, B. W. Mai bio
T' p Co i iv Tiib'c, French M.irhlo
Cluck, Hde Tables, B. VV. Hat Sand,
B. W. Marble Top Sideboard
B. W. Extern l:.n Table, Cine Sett
Ul i in u: Chair., Cio kery, Gluts and
2 B. Walant BcteiaSuls
fc'prnii Muttre-t(M, Pillows, Mos.
iji.iio Iscts," 1 Cedar Wurdiobc,
Stove and Utensils
Men" I v Chio-t Garde I Hoi-e,
mid fools, l.invn Mower, eie.
And ut 1 o'rlock noon,
ONK TOP PllAKTO.N I
12 Who 1 Ti p Brake,
1 Can in i;e lloic, Inoken
and Ii iiiv-s,
2 Sets Single Iinnices, etc., etc
4-irTho Furniture, ete., i in rood
on. or, in il oilers a iKSiiuiiiii emmec 10
Him : i pen lor intpeeiHin on hh.t
DAY, J'lly 20th, from 0 n. in. to 8 p. m.
ADAMS & CO.,
Auction Salo of Elegant
On Saturday, July 30th
At iO o'oloik a. ni.,
At the Holdence ef liEV. GEO. WAL
LACK, wo will sell at i'ublio Auction,
the Entire Household Furniture, con
Upbo'steii"! in Silk It p.
Parlor Table, 4-Liglit IVcrutc 1
ChaudelbT, Der-oruted Vat-is,
1 Fisher Cabinet,
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANO !
in good tone;
A CHOICE COLLECTION OF BOOKS
Broi ze Figures, Arm Chairs,
B. VV. Marble Tcp Bedroom Set
Hal- Xiiut'TSScs, Feather Pillows,
Mosquito et', Fixtures, Cnno c it
Clii.irs, Will w Cliti-rs, M ih"MHtiy
Bureau, WukIisiuikI, Toilet .Sets, Ii.
VV Ex ciimoii Dining Table, Cune
Back Vienmi Ct.airs, an a? ortnient
Crockery & Glassware!
1 Decorated China Tea Set, Silver
Pltited Ware, I'ed ni.d Tail' ) in n,
.wctJ of la lor Ppriiifis, 'cIiojI
Do k, lil ,ckb iiuil", p c, etc.,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
ill good o ilo-;
Kitchen Range and Utensils
And at Vt o'clock nuen.
1 2-Seat Family Carriage,
1 Fhaeton in good order,
1 Horss broken to harness,
A good Family II
1 Bii!rv Hi re.
1 !-v i in-oid Colt, broken to saddle,
Set of Si! gle Harness,
Lad es' ai d Gent's r a
O mien Benches, Tools, etc.
I!. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
01 'M Aue ioneers
FOR RENT, LEASE,
Tl o Waikiki resilience of Mr. Fred H.
Hnsrlden titua'ed nt Kapiolinl i'aik
b' twecn 'h i rc-idences i f Hon. IV, (
Irwin, and Mr. Flunk Brown, i offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For tetms apply
to the tin ler igned
92 If FhKD II. IIAYSELDEX.
ST11AYED or STOLEN.
ON TUESDAY MORXING FROM
Mr. Waterhciisf's pastute, up the
valley, a dark grayish hnri-o. brai.ded
No. 10 on ihe neck. A suit ible reward
will be iveu to any person returning
said hone to
03 lw HON. J. S. WALKER.
ITHiOY! AND AFTER THIS DATE
JL no furtherdeposi's te uing interest
will bo received in our Saying's I'ank
Pepartnn pt BISHOP & C'").,
Honolulu, July ?0tli, ItfSt ,8 !w
IYAN'S BOAT BUILDINQ
V SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
"MESSRS J. E. BROWN &CO.
X1JL Arc authorised to collect for tlin
Honolulu June 8th
WANTED TO IENT.
ASM AIL NEAT COTTAGE (2 to 4
rooms) with chickenynrd, iu n re
spectable neighbourhood, by a gentle
man with wife and one small baby.
Between now and September 1st, rent to
be low. PJease address, C, W. B office
of this paper. 91 lw.
HE DAILY BULLETIN -The
most popular paper published.
I m instructed by SIR II. N.SIoCIIF.S
NICY, (on account of departure) to oiler
at Public Auction, that very desirable
Centrally Located Propsrty,
Sltimiei at 10 King Street,
On Thursday, July 28,
At 1 ) o'clock, a. in.
On the rr'iiiUeft find on the following
favorable term; viz:
Ono-half Cash, One-half in I or
2 years occured by Moilgage wiih Inter,
cm at 8 pe" cent.
This pri pi'ity In situated nt 210 King
Slicel, (wiihiii enny walking distance
lr in town,) and liua a Irnntiige of I3
feet on Kiiigir.n.'ct,Hml running thioiigh
to Yeu ig street, :t00 feet and UO fctt
fioutuge on Young meet, the main
house hni a parlor, ulltii g room, 5 bed
rooms, .lining room kl ehen, bn'h room
un l 3 clv-cls, there uie a's slaU.s for 8
hor-cif, 2 cair'nge hoibcu. a bervunts'
roomM and muul cottage outHlle.
Intending j,un ha.em dciring to ex.
nmine tho printings cm do to upon ap
plication t ) tho Auctioneer.
jf" The tiles are peifuct and deeds at
cxpentu of purchaser.
Of above will be sold immediately after
ihe sale of the lioin-e, 1. v.: on l ii Li
DAY, Jidy 2-th, 1S .-7 hi 10 o'clock a. m.
Hi.d coin-i.-lii'R in part of
Handsome Rosewood Sq. Piano
By Woodward & Ilrown, Boston;
I ambre ini'm and Curtains, Curp 'ts and
Buna, M. T. Ccntei Tab es, Whutnot,
1 iuiures, 2 blink walnut,
MiM Mma Sets.
Wardrobes, Miltins, Domestic Sewing
Machine iu good order j Painted Hed.
room Sets, Hngle Bedsteads. Chiltlren s
Cril.f, Mo quiio Nets, Clocks, Lumps
and Chindoiicr9,K''filgerfttnr an I it' at
Safe, B. W. Sideboard, li. W. bxieuslon
Dining T.ible and Chu'r.H, Feather 1 11.
low, sheets, Towels, 1 lllow casts, Quilts
Crockery, Glass, Cutlery
Plymouth Bock and White Brahma
Fow's, Cnnirv Birds, 1 Monkey and
House, Splcndl 1 huge Cooking Bange,
Uun i t, Guillen Tool-, IIoso, Wheel
Barton , ulsu cuu f iinily carriage, one
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Saturday, Aug. 6, 1887,
At 12 noon,
tho under- igned, Assignee in bankruptcy
or tho estate ouolin il. iuipcna, win sen
at tiio Hales Room of Lewis J. Levey,
:o the hk'hest lddder for cash in United
Stites Gold Coin, the fitlowing lloal
Ktale, to wit:
Award. R. P.itent. 1
r,3li 147fJ-2D 10 aces in Knwai
loa, Waialua, Oaliu
5b73 Ap 1.25805 acres 4 8.10 ch
in Ke alum, Ewa, Ouhu
5873 An 4. 2 acres 8 ID-lOO ch
Kenhuii, Ewa. O.ihu
f:150 E 48 12 acres 08-10 I ih
10HO Ap 1. S440 )
31V7 B. 84f0 ,
1074 Ap. 2. 2HJ5 )
Knl iu, Honolulu.
tOI 3448 1
803 344K j. rcleuln, Uonolulu.
10S0 Ap 2. 3447 S
1075 20l-rK,ilmwnll, Knpalima
Sale positive. Peed i,t the x oense o
1 1" the purohaier.
Pull particulars furnislnd on npplt
cation ar UulicK 8 Agency, H . m Mm
CIIAS. T. GULICK,
July 1G, 1887. 88 td
A Rare Chance.
A GOOD PAYING BUSINESS IS
il ctt'ered tor sale on account of the
illness of the owner.
Sales averactH 2 000, per month.
Terms, jd.COO, U chash, balance in (i
tn 12 mor.tlis, approved paper.
Piituii als only need apply,
Full particulars iven at " ;
QU LICK'S AGEXCY.
Il inolulu, July 18lh, 1S87. 89 td
3 Kickle Show Cases,
One Pire proof Safe,
A screw Cutting Iron foot lathe, '
Two Light Chandeliers,
Also the balance of stock of Clocks,
AT COST. , ?
No. 55 Hotel Street.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 ' Decked
J Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet. Surf Boats:
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 6 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
6 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 2J fct Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
JE. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder aud General Jobber. 61 tf
Hill Fin Dmirtmnl;
M embers iu e od standing are hereby
niititied that In order to be Iran f'tm
personal taxation, the 1 iw rcquiri s that
they shell claim sucu exemp lou beloic
the Asse-sor during the moiuh of J ul v.
g the r
The undersigned having wen inform
cd Hint the lnw will bo strictly followed.
would advice all firemen in good Btund
ing Jlo appear before the Astc-eoi mid
give their n imes and the nnuie.i of tlm
companies to which they belong.
UtKHI HMIIlIv ""
0.1 4t Bccrelury. IK P. D.
W. R. LAWRENCE,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Hydraulic and Hallway Surveys and
Ofllce, 28 Men bant St.
P. O. Box 428
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Have just received,
Ex Bark Mercury"
And offer for salo,
9,000, more er les,
50, nvirc or les?,
5 ft. 8 ft. long.
2 LIFE BOATS!
With Oars and all complete,
12 Water Casks I
150 to 300 gallons, to bo seen on
board the vessel. 90 5t
Boll Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 872.
P. O. Box 807.
J. E. BROWN & GO,
Campbell Block, Merchant St,
For Sale or Lease the Nunnnu Valley
Ranch, head of Nuuauu Vullei', easy
Blacksmith Shop iu the now Brick'
Building on King street nearNuuacu,
recently occupied by C. T. Iloyt.
Opposite Old Station House.
Shop on King Street In new brick build.
Ing near Nuuanu, next door to the
Cnineso Nows Oo.'sOtflce.
Two Cottages on Punchbowl itreot-bctwecn
King and Beretuuia.
Handsome Residence on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, large ground with
out-houses etc. Bent $ii0 a nion h.
MR. THOMAS ISCOyESCO I
authorized to collect lyoni'ei and sign,
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Eented and Sold
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree-
mentp,&c., Drawn on Short
US Merchant Street 46,.
Bell Tel. 848.
Mutual Tel. 130,
P.O. Box 413.
88 Merchant S
i BOSKS Ai
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTEQ AND COLLECTED.
MR. JOHN GQOD JR. -Authorized
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
bought, sold and rented
Conveyancing a Specially Records i-enrch-ed
and abstracts of title furnished on
Several Valuable pieces of real estate for
sale on easy terms.
JGgTAt'.ention is especially called to the
yery desirable cottage on Vinynrd street
just above ihe first bridge, at present
occupied by Mr. J. H. Reist, which is
now ollered for sale on favorable terms
nnd is a rare chance for a small family.,
Convenient Collages in desirable healthy
locations in nnd near the city to let or
lease nt reasonable rates.
Custom House brokerage Fire and Lift
Insinance receive prompt attention.
Full paiticulirs given on appBaat OB,
at the agt ncy.
Orders f rom the other Islands prompt
ly attended to. :
JOB PRINTING ol all kinds exe
ciited at the Daily Bulletin Offlc&