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V w- BY AUTHORITY. FOR SALE. Tho Hawaiian steamer "Kahniloa" will be sold at public auction on TUESDAY, May 1, 18SS, unless sooner disposed of by private sale. LOBEI2T A. THUHSTON, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, March 20, 1888. ' 900 Ct oaw BISHOP & Co., BANKERS Honolulu, llawMlnn Irlondi. Draw Exchango on tlio JBmilc ol CiUll'oruin, . IT. And their agents in NEW YORK, BOSTON, KONG KONQ. Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London The Commorcial Bank Co., of Sydney, London, The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney, Sydney, The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland, Chrl&tchurch, and Wellington, The Bank of British Columbia, Vic toria, B. O., and Portland, Or. and Transact a General Banking Business CR9 ly TltOS - yailtt fpittlitfin Pledged to neither Sect nor Party, But established for the benefit of all. MONDAY, APRIL 0, 1888. GALLS FOR INVESTIGATION. And now conies a voice from the district of Koolaupoko, on the other side of this island, from which (that is the district) we are separated by a dividing range and with which wc arc connected by the Pali road. It is not often that a voice reaches us from there, and when it does, is usually quiet and pacitic, tempered by the gracious trade-winds, of which the district gets more than its share. But this time it is somewhat strong and stern. Its words arc re corded in this paper. The voice complains of the existence of a state of affairs in that district, which is not in accordance with the law or with the wishes of the people who stand on the side of order and de cency. Grog-selling and gambling are the unlawful practices complain ed of, and these are said to be com mitted under the eyes of the very oillcers appointed to prevent them. This is a gravo charge, and calls for immediate investigation. The near ness to 'he capital of the district where the illegal practices are said to exist, and the fact that it is reach able from Honolulu by a couple of hours' travel, make investigation easy, and should obviate delay. PUBLIC MEETINGS GF VOTERS. hc people or Kahulni and sur rounding districts, on the island of Maui, have taken the initiative in a matter in which every district in the kingdom might wisely follow. As our readers have been made aware, through the columns of this paper, a meeting of electors was held at Kahului on the 20th of last month, the object of which was "to discuss the action of the last Legislative ses sion, to decide on the future course, and to get the opinion of the' voters on the most important questions at issue." After some speech making, a committee of five was appointed, to draw up a set of resolutions, to be submitted to an adjourned meet ing, to be held three weeks from that date. Now, we think it would be well if meetings of electors were held in every district of the country, at which Nobles and Representatives could give an account of their stewardship at the last session of the Legislature, and especially as certain tho views of their constitu ents relative to the leading questions likely to come up for consideration at the forthcoming session. The members of the Legislature are simply the representatives of the people, and as the representatives of the people it is their duty to ful fil, as far as possible, the people's wishes ; and wo know of no better method of learning tho people's wishes, than by discussing with them questions in which they are inter ested, at public meetings. To say that tho entire House as now constituted was chosen at a re cent general election, in support of principles clearly expressed and fully understood, is a poor argument against the public meeting idea fcl-,-:'iawi.B'Jtf?TrWrtactvatT5 above advocated 5 because import ant questions have come to the front since the elections, that were not then dreamt of, and that formed no part of tho platform on which issues wero decided. Some of these came up at tho extra session, and others in addition to them will probably come forward at tho regular Bcssion, shortly to commence. As the Legislature will meet some time next mouth, tho time for public meetings of the nature designated will be short. The capital city can not take the lead, because Kahulul already occupies that position, but it might follow suit. THE POST OFFICE AND THE PEOPLE. The people sometimes mnkc com plaint against the Post Offlco, and now the Post Office has reasonable ground of complaint against tiic people. No doubt the Post Olllco is often blamed for effects which arc actuall' caused by the people ; as, for instance, letters not reaching their destination when due, owing to the fact of their not having been posted in time for the mails. The foreign mail was announced to close to-day at 11 o'clock a. si., whereas at that hour there were not 500 letters in the box, and between that hour and 11:40 about 4,500 letters additional were deposited. If the Postmaster had closed the mails at the time announced, which lie would have been perfectly justified in doing, nine-tenths of the foreign mail would have been left behind. Then people arc not careful to drop their letters into the proper box. The foreign and the island boxes arc distinctly marked on the outside, and pcoplo in posting their letters to go abroad should take care to drop them in the light box, otherwise they can blame nobody but them selves if they get left. To-day several letters intended for nbioad were discovered in tho island box after the Australia had gone. The delay in despatching those letters is the fault of the people posting them and not of the Post Office people. If people want their letters to go promptly where addressed, they should be careful to drop them in theroper box and to do it it time, and not after the mail bags arc closed. A COUGH REMEDY. ONLY TWEXY-riVE CKN'TS I'EIt 1'OUXD. Irritated throats and annoying coughs aio quickly relieved by the genuine Butter Scotch, only to be found at the Pioneer Stcuin Candy Factory of 1 Horn. Plenty of testi monials. 98 WOOD, WOOD, WOOD. Hard wood sawed into stove lengths, for sale cheap for rash. Apply to T. J. King, at the Union Feed Company. 12 3t NOTICE THERE will be a regular monthly meeting of tho Pai-itlc Hose Com pany, THIS (Monday) EVENING, at 7:110 o'clock. A full attendance is, re quested. J. AV. McDONALD, Vi. It Foreman. NOTICE. ALL the member of (ho Aul)-Aiatlc Union are hereby notified that at the regular meeting to be uriri TO. MORROW I'J'ucsdaO EVENING, tit 7:i)0 o'clock, at the Old Armory, Queen sticct, important question hie to bo considered, which requiro the presence of all .the adheiauts. All tliofu who can ate therefore requested to attend. Aleo, nil members whu have handed in their namcj for admission nwl who have not been notitled to tho contrary, are likewise requisted to come to this meeting. PER ORDER. 12 2t COUNTER SYPHONS. THE undeisigued having received ex Australia a shipment of Counter typhous of an impiovcd type, are now pn.paio'1 to supply saloons and othcre' with Plain Soda, Ginger Ale and Tahiti Lemonade put up In this convenient fotin, at low raus. J. E JHiOWN .fc CO., Proprietor Tahiti Lemonade Wot Us, US Merchant Street. 00 1m WALKER & EEDWABD, Conti'aotoi'H As XJuIlaerb. Brick, fctono and Wooden Buildings; e?. tinmtcs given. Jobbing promptly at tended to, 70 King Miccl. Bell Tele phone No. 2. P. O. Box, 428. ap 6.Jy DIRS. MUNROE, Ladies' Nurse, 37" No. 31 Bcrctania Street, -a 03 lw NJEW LUNCH ( ROOM, NUUANU y&&' STREET, (Opposite Queen Emma null.) The Best Lunch berved in this City, with every luxury procurable in the Mui'kit, 010 JAPANESE KINTAB0 CO. 8t SHIRT LOST. TWO nicely embroidered Qcnt'sShlrta wore loU on Saturday evening on the Ewa side of the btldpo. Tho tinder will confer a favor by leaving them at tho "Elolo" office, King street. Oil 3t LOST BETWEEN tho Ohincso Church nnl Fort Strict School, a .38 small STEM WINDING S1L. VEK WATOll, ftnall Gold Chain with Ball at end. Tho flmlur will bn ie. warded on icturninc same to this office. 010 3t WANTED TO exchnng n Ko. 1 Plnno for n lloree arid Phnctou or for a Horse and Brake, luquiro at this ofllcc. ti3tf WANTED A COPY of " Indigenous Flowers of XX Hawaiian mantis." aum uo in cood condition. Addtcss P. O. Box No. 14 . 1 o. 1..-. IJ. ruining tv.nn. 12 3t FOR SALE. A MUST CLASS SAFE Apply at this olllcc CHEAP. OSlw PITT & SCOTT'S Uuncral Shipping Anoiicy null For eign FnrrelN JIxpioBS. Goods, Parcels, Baggago, Etc., Etc, Forwatded to and from all pnits of tho world. C. O. D. amounts of services collected in any country. OT-Tariffs of Jintcs on Aillieatlon-W Geneial Agents for Hawaiian Islands, J. E. BROWN and CO., 00 2S Merchant Stiect. tf CHAS. J. FISHEL, APPRECIATED ! "Vu are glad to know '.hat an intelligent community appreciate and patronize an institution, that lias FIUST, LASTamiALLI HE TIME, giveu particularly brilliant .BARGAIN SALES! We have existed, and by the PEOPLE'S VOTE wo desire to Ciist. Diive after diivu have wc given, and thnuaAd upon thousand high priced GOODS have floated out to the populnce, at compaiatively SMALL COST. "V, LONG LIVE THE Barpifl Sales ! So Says the People. This Week we continue our SPECIAL CHEAP SALE. Every Articlo is M.ukcd Down. Our $4 00 Jerseys will be sold lor $2 00 Our 55 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $3 00 Our $G 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $4 25 Our $3 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $5 00 Special .Bargain in Rloi. Hals, Laces AND Black, Cream & White Brocaded s ILKS. E3J"We offer Euraoidiiifliy Bargains in Odd Lots, Ilemnnuts and Odds and Ends. Chas. J, Fishel, Comer Fort and Hotol Sts. . 67 lm NOTICE. Vf K beg to inllmuto that Mi. W. L. Vi Gieen who lias hitherto, with Mr. G. W. Maefarlane, conducted cur ngenfy here, iclircs fron thu same ns on 1st ilanuiiry, tHh8. Mr. ft. W. Macfailane, assisted by Mr. Hobeit Calton, will continue to represent our firm here. MIKRJ.EES WAT.-ON & CO. Honolulu, 23rd Pohruaiy, 1888. 7!1 tf NOTTOJ3. THE undersigned huving been ap. pointtd Assignee of tho Estate of It. W. Laltie, bankrupt, ic.(juel8 all persons who have claims agnintt tho estate of said It. V. Laine, becured or otherwise, to present tho bumo duly hworn to, ami nil persons indebted to baid Kslato are requested to make imme diuto payment to a. j. OAirnvuiuiiT. Asslmieo of tint Eslato of It. AV, Laine, biinkrupt Honolulu, March 1Mb, 18S8. 04 .lw TF YOU WANT A SITUATION X advertise in tho Daily Huixei in. wumr?encaatssiea Auction Sales by James F, Morgan, ji A.X AUCTION. By order of Mr. W. G. Ashley I will soil at Public Auction, On THURSDAY, April 12th, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31., In the Mutual Telephone Co.'s Building, corner of Alnkea and Merchant Sts., His Entire Housclfd Furniture, coMrnistKO Marble-top Oak Bedroom Set, Sptlug Mattrns3cs, Teather Pillows, Mosquito Nets, Child's Crll)3, 1 Oak Cheffoniere, Clothes nntupcrs, Lace Curtains & Cornices, B. Walnut Secretary, Largo Center Hues, Sofa Bugs, Ulaok Wnlnut Sideboard, UnUolsterGu PatGiit RockBr, Wicker Rockers & Chairs, Iland.paintcd Vases & Flower Stands, 3-liglit Chandelier, Library Lamps, Pictures and Picture Frames. Large Assortment of Crockery & Glasswaro, Sil. PI. Ware, 1 Uncle Sam Itnugo, Kitchen Utcn bils and Agnto Wate, 1 Refrigerator, 1 Patent Sink, 50 ft. Garden Hoso, etc., etc., JSSJrTlie above furniture has 'been re moved to tho Mutual Telephone Co.'s Building, for convenience ot bale, and will be on exhibition on WKDiNES DAY, Apiil lltli, from 'J a. m. to 3 r. m. JAS. 1 MORGAN, 010 flt Auctioneer. fallal Real Estate AT AUCTION. A DESIRABLE RERIDENCE JTOJX SALE. By order of Mr. V. Stugemann I will sell at Public Auction, (on ac count of onner's dtpar. tuie), On SATURDAY, April 28th, '88, AT 12 O'CLOCK .VOOX, At my Salesroom, Queen street, that Desirable Residence Adjoining the residence of Sir W. H. Castle, and at present occupied by Mr. Stegemann. The Lot has a fiontapu of ?C feet on Kinau slieet and a depth of 20J feet. Tuere is a Largo & Commodious Dwelling Houso, On the premises, cont-iiuing Parlor, Dining Room, 2 Bedtoom:., Bath room, Pantry, Kitelien, etc, with Clothes Closets in Bedrooms; Ser. vanlN Houses. Carriage House and Stables, etc. Tlie House has been lately painted and put in thorough repair; water laid on throughout. The premises aro laid nut with a variety of trees and shubbeiy. Terms-Part Cash, balance on Mort gage. ("Intending purchasers can inspect tho premises, and ltarn fiuthcr parti, culars on applicaiioa to JAS. 1 MORGAN, 12 coil Auctioneer. THE FIRST BAKING OF THESE DELICIOUS EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH BUNS These extremely fine Buns will be rendy and for talc at t lie Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery, at noon On SATURDAY, April 7th, '88. Having already a very large number of ciders for them 1 will bell them as low as 50 Cents per Dozen Although they will exceed the lino quality of inv so much Appreciated Hot Cross Huns by 100 per cent E3?" Plenso don't Fend orders later than 0 o'clock r. jr., THIS DAY. Respectfully, JLT. HOBN, Practical Confcctlnnfr, Pastry Cook & Ouanienlor. Hotel bet. Nuutinu 611 gnd Fort Mreets. tf EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. TIIEundor.aigutd, having been duly appointed Kxicutrix ot tho Will of George H. Luce, hue of Honolulu, Is. laud of Oaliu, decrns'td, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of tho deceased to proicnt their cInlii)S whether secured by mortgage or othenvhe duly nuthcii. licntcd andwiih the proper oucliers If any exht to the undertigned within blx months from the da'c ho'enf or they will bo forever baned; and all persons lndol ted to i-aid dcciascd aio requested to mak" Immediate payment at tho office of J, M Mousirriu, No. 27 Merchant htreet, Honolulu. ELIZA PBESCOTT LUCE, Excculi ix of the Will of Geo. 11. Luce. Honolulu, April 0, 188B. 1321 AILYBULLETIN SQMMARY 40 columns. $3 per 'inuum. 1 Has just received r-x-Australh a very handsouio assortment of all tho Latost Novelties In tho Millinery JLino, such as I AliMMUUU, J. UlllllUA M Trimmings, Flowers, Ornnineqts, &c, &o, Also, n Most Excellent Assortment of 3? L. XJ M El S 09 Direct from Europe. 1m ROAD NOTICE. Whilo tho bridge at Wniklhl is being icconstructcd, one Ma of It only will bo open to tratllc. People aro cautioned to drlvo carefully over it, and to refrain from curry, lpg heavy loads. h. p. HEmuim, C07 tf Kond Supenisor. sl mimm; .. fniTrnrtrtiiT I im m Wlii Bros.' Port. Cement, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Biiclcs, Piro Clay, Goal Tar, MMin Tar, Steel Kails, Wire- Nails, P. W. Staples, Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers, Iron Tanks, P. P. Cloth, Hubbuck'e Paints, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc. FOIt SAI-K BY H. Hackfeld & Co. 0!) tf H. HACKFELD & CO. Have Just Received Per Bark " Deutschland," From Europe, An Assorted Cargo of NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! Which they offer to the trade At I.oivc8t Mnrlcet Bates. 007 tf SHIP FOR SALE! OF BOisTON, Now discharging a carco of general merchandise from New York, is ollered for sale. Vessel rates G-C L. 11 in Bureau Veritas o'r Al in American Hecoid; is 717 tons Rocister, andean carry 1,100 long tons ot coal. Vessel is in good condition, and well furnished wiili Sails. For further particulars npply to Cap tain Freeman, on boird, or to CASTLE & COOKE, Agent. C071w Cooked Tarn Flour ! The New Process to make the Best of Poi with hardly any trouble. THE Hawaiian Fruit A Taro Com. pany of Wailttku, Maui, will he preparL'd to supply the public of Hono lulu and the other It-lands, on the 2nd day of April, 1888, with u new prepaid lion of T-iro Flour called COOKED TARO FLOUR. This article U far Mipeilor to tho old raw IV ro Flour. ThU artido Is already cooked atid it ie. quires hardly any wmk to inako the best of I'oi and other receipts, by add. lug Cooked Taro Flour to boiling hot water like preparing coin meal your Pol U rnude til once. Those dcriiing sour Poi will hnvo to let it Mand 24 hours. If too thin or sour udd fresh pusto of Cooked Taro Flour. Our re. eclpts with each bag will give full par. ticu'ars. If our diicctlons with each bag aro sttictly followed It will not fail to make tho cleanest nud best of Pol. Thin new process ot Cooked Turo Flour 1b made by machinery bo there rannot bo nny dirtiness or ftlthinoi-s In this way of making Pol. All grocery stores will ho furnished with Cooked Taro Flour on tho above date. Our re. tall price per 6 lb.'bag will be 40 conts por Bag In Honolulu. Any over-charge will bo rolutulo I by notifying f, H. Onminings, Hell Telephone No. 323. All orders from tho other Islands can bo tilled by tending your order to W. H. DANIELS, Manager, Wailuku, Maui, W. H. CUMMINGS, Agent, Honolulu. CQy The Company is prepared if fo dcilred tOBiipply hard Pol, not lnclud. lug lots of water, in one or more barrols or bag loto, at lowest possible prices, DOSlm IS HTTTT T TlTTnr uniijkDunu JftfcS&zzJJ' Tie SUp "Mystic Belle," NOTICE & The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M, MclNERNY, of Fort and Merchant Streets, 18 NOW OTSf Where will be found an Elegant Display of Goods of such grades, as this corner Imb been always noted for. Entire !New Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mo Inerny now Ea6t. Among my very General . Stock will be found Ladies', Misses' & Childrens' Frencli Kid mitton Boots anil Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots, " " " Dongola Kid Button Boots, " " " Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles, Ladies' Silk Hose, Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervests, Ladies''"Misscs' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hose, EM'S SILK Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers, u (I (C l'ertorated bilk Undershirts, Lisle Thread & Balbriggan, Undershirts, Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers, White and Red Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers, Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts. Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of Deri's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers Men's Elegant iNeck Wear, "Very Choice Line of Sus penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves, Gent's Fine Riding and Driving Gloves, Buck Gauntlets. Every Style k SMb in Men's Hats S-Boy's Straw Hats Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads Gold and Silver. I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion able Styles from the best houses in the United States. Yery Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits, Cheviott Suits Black Dress Suits, s Black Frock Suits. All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, Well-Cut, Carefully Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction." Razors and Pocket Knives, Razor Straps and Brushes, Tooth, Nail and Hair Brushes, Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers, Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) , CMce Perfumes ai Oiler Toilet Articles. Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises, Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels, Shawl and Trunk Straps, Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to possess. Tie Usual File stock: of Mies' Gent's & Boy's GOLD & SILVER, Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAM STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine. E2TN. B. No Plated Goods Sold in this Establishment,-!! Thanking tho public generally for the very liberal ' patronago bestowed on this house during the last 25 years, and soliciting a continuance of the same at the Itfcw Pre- mises. Tho Clerks will be found ready and willing to cour teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting this establishment. s. M. MclNERNY. V Honolulu, March 9, 1888. 86 lm t corner its HALF HOSE, i lb $ REMOVAL olie t. ".